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"houston hall" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:00 min | Last month

"houston hall" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Comey out whatever you are. If you said cape fear out come out wherever you back to the show all right. We'll we'll do some eat. Your feelings i got a larry elder biden mash up or i should say new mash up also got a couple of phone calls up there so let me just talk to Pablo thirty two from houston hall may might which may how do you want. I will let you direct me. The inquisitive me ho. You know walking into own. Not sure where where the so. Maybe well when. I walk into the home. I'm enthusiastic now. The next one. The i know because when i come into the home i'm ready to make him his favorite meal. He's been number two is. He hasn't responded several meals. And you're like yeah. I i just went shopping. All ingredients to menudo. That's me house fares. So when i come home. So that's number one but pablo knows the lights are off in. The sun is going down and known seems to be at home so they sheepishly. Walk up the stairs and when i get to the top of the stairs landing see is doors ajar. Jewish bedrooms just four inches out mayhaw. Let's see that's that's that's inquisitive. One and then. I pushed the door open. I sees legs swear oh keeps going to keep adding me hose. Because i started doing that like season. Two or season three the man show in each season after.

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Rockets Get 122-115 Win With Clippers Resting Stars

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Rockets Get 122-115 Win With Clippers Resting Stars

"Kelly Olynyk scored twenty points and fellow rebounds shy of a triple double as the rockets a prize a clippers one twenty to one fifteen Olympic at eleven assists and nine rebounds to help Houston hall to a seven game skid clippers coach Tyronn Lue rested Kawhi Leonard Paul George and other key starters Luke Conard had a team high twenty three points J. scrub finished with seventeen points and six rebounds in forty minutes the loss coupled with the nuggets victory leaves the clippers in a tie with Denver for third place in the Western Conference with one game remaining the nuggets on the tiebreaker I'm Dave Ferrie

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"houston hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"houston hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Wonderland. Over the ground lies a mantle of white heaven of diamonds shine down through the mind. Too hard are really in spite of a chilling weather. Love knows no season. Love knows no climb. Romance can blossom any old time. Here in the open will walk in on hoping together together together together, Save bells ring. Are you listening in the lanes? Snows? West's men, a beautiful side. We're happy tonight. Walk in and no one to Wonderland. Gone away is the boo boo here to stay in New Bern. He's singing a love song as we go along, walking and no Oneto, wonderland and metal weaken, build a snowman and pretend that he's a circus clown. We'll have lots of fun with Mr Snowman. Until the other kiddies Malcolm down. Well, it's no Zeta. Thrilling. No, you know, get such Children will file a complaint a the Eskimo Way walking and no inter wonderland. Can it No one ever wonder when to wonder? Wonder wonder went When no one No one knew Sonny one in 79 playing all your Christmas favorites now, But after Christmas, giving you back the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties, like Whitney, Houston Hall and Oates, Billy Joel, Where's he been? Lots of shopping? I'm sure Spin Crosby and study When I was seven. I the 90 Minute commercial free commute home. It's beginning to look a lot of lives. Miss MERS. Everywhere you go. Take a look in the five and 10 listen, and once again with candy canes and silver lanes, a glow, it's beginning to look a lot. Like Christmas toys in every store, but the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be on your own front door. A pair of happened long boots in the Pistola chooses the wished. Shibani inbound 1000 will talk and we'll go for a walk is the hope of Janice and Jan. Mom and Dad.

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

"They can still be fixed and never got to meet George Jones that is a great rest six several hundred played for us with the RCC a year in five days before he passed away that was special I have pretty much met everyone else that I would most want to meet there's two people in the world like that I met the ones that were at the very top especially of musicians but the one I have not met in the ones that well I have met but haven't gotten to know is really dusty and Frank I did my undertones when I was mayor pro tem if I told you I saw this thing on Joe Rogan's there's a it was Joe Rogan experience bingo card in his fans made and it was all the things that obviously when he says in the end it was somebody made one on our show a few years ago that I thought was just hilarious actually it's been a while but it was it was about you know he talks about his the comedy store where he performed it was just like us all these things that he just keeps going back to because there anyway so I was I don't know if I told you those made fortunes in Houston in we honor ZZ Top there there were three people we put into the the Houston hall of fame it just we just started at that time and they knew I was a ZZ Top and so I got to host the ZZ Top so was me dusty really and Frank but everybody was coming over the whole time and it wasn't I really didn't get the quality time I wanted to I didn't get to be buddies and then I met Billy again Downing Street the the the closure in this community that bothered me the most over the last ten years although the bees are closing now asking me up there to really hate to be so close but anyway so as a dry cough so I meet Billy at the Downing Street and he gives me his card friend of Eric Clapton all right so then Steve Cropper is coming to town a couple years later the show we did at the house of blues and I said what's your relationship with Billy said then I love each other you know we've we've gone on tour together before he should call him and tell him I'm coming to town so I keep calm nobody's ever picking up there's no voicemail but I would tell you story short called finally what sounds like a very bad impression of a Haitian woman is on the line and she says here's you know what you what you need to submit Mister givens services Michael berry and constant Cooper's coming to town Mister givens he's jamming right now he's not available it wasn't really until I hung up the phone and I realized that was barely doing an impersonation in it means I'm a complete full but I couldn't stop laughing they didn't it's kinda like when Roy head fell to the ground and bit Elvis on the on the calf the say okay billion I did not become friends out of the deal but I do have Billy Gibbons story to tell right we we did it he clowned me but it's still a good story you know like the time I stepped on Beyonce a stove on the main stage and at the rodeo in.

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"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

"Were at the very top especially of musicians but the one I have not met in the ones act well I have met but haven't gotten to know it's really dusty in front I did reminder to Jesus when I was mayor pro tem if I told you yeah I saw this thing on Joe Rogan there's a it was Joe Rogan experience bingo card in his fans made it was all the things that obviously when he says in the end it was somebody made one on our show a few years ago that I thought was just hilarious actually that's been a while but it was it was about you know he talks about his the comedy store where he performed it was just like us all these things that he just keeps going back to because there anyway so I was I don't know if I told you those made fortunes in Houston and we honor ZZ Top there there were three people we put into the Houston hall of fame it just we just started that and they knew I was a ZZ Top fan so I got to host the ZZ Top to service me dusty Billy and Frank but everybody was coming over the whole time and it wasn't I really didn't get the quality time I wanted to I didn't get to be buddies and then I met Billy again at Downing Street the the the closure in this community that bothered me the most over the last ten years although the bees are closing now is gonna be up there too I really hate the bees close but anyway so as a dry cough so I meet Billy at the Downing Street and he gives me his card friend of Eric Clapton all right so then Steve Cropper is coming to town a couple years later the show we did at the house of blues in I said what's your relationship with Billy said then I love each other you know we've we've gone on tour together before he should call him and tell him I'm coming to town so I keep calm nobody's ever picking up there's no voicemail but I would say sorry sorry Cologne finally what sounds like a.

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"houston hall" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Number fifteen Cody brand remember our discovery benefits postgame show will come after this will break everything down all the stats all the analysis all the highlights here on A. M. eleven hundred flag cardinal. Morehead. in need of a big play now down a touchdown. third ed one Alexandria Carl sit outstretched arms here dont les size stretch run in a first down run outside the numbers to the twenty nine yard line Nolan oracle is starting work. here in this second half seventeen Kerry's eighty six yards many of those in the third quarter. yeah he's been impressive. he's been impressive in this in the second half so far. fifty three yards in the first and the third quarter excuse me first down Chad. designed play and not much on the designed ride for Matthew Carle said two yard Kerry nice tackle by Houston hall the defensive end for the more it's ****. Alexandra going to the running game having a second have had a lot of success on the first drive going back to it on the second drive more head seems to be a little bit more on the game in in finding a successful way to stop the run so far and they need to they need to stop on this drive more head has turned it over twice can the force that big turnover on this was second at nine Alexandria fake handoff good run for it. it is. he called me a yard. and if there were any to serve in Alexandria yeah that was a well executed fake Alex everybody bought the run him back dive up the middle meanwhile back to Carlson's going around the left ed and he's all alone out there able to find a ton of space in the middle of feel for the touchdown run the first half was a seven seven tie but fourteen. straight thirteen straight points for Alexandria extra points Sean hake onto its. on to accept the extra point. snap is high almost blocked it just slithered into your point.

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"houston hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We talked about why the president had insisted on firing the director and whether or not he was thinking about the Russia investigation and did that impact his decision. And in the context of that conversation. The deputy attorney general offered to wear a wire into the White House right there. He's he's admitting that he played his role in an attempted coup. Yeah. He's a traitor. We used to hang people for treason. Now, we give them a platform to sell books trying to figure out a piece gonna even sell books because so far none of what he thought was going on came to ferrall. There's no doubt about that. The man got a text message here. Mckay that makes the smallest of the world fill more brave to lie. No kidding. Well, the Georgetown good morning. Hey, good morning, sir. What's on your mind? Calling about this concealed carry thing. I heard y'all talking about earlier. Yeah. Let me catch. Everybody up to date. The state of Kentucky is moving forward with constitutional carry. And there's a lot of folks here in Texas calling for that basically you wouldn't have to have a permit to conceal carry in Texas. Would amount to. I like that. I'm for it. I actually just went through the process myself last year, but I think constitutional carriers where it needs to be just to level the playing field. Crooks don't follow laws, you know, criminals don't follow law. So what are you recommend as far as training? Then I didn't want to mention to you. I heard Todd saying that it costs a lot of money here in Texas, and they're trying to make a lot of money off of it or they do make a lot of money off of it. So we wouldn't never get to constitutional Terry. I wanted to let you know, it's twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen they actually dropped to the c he used to have to pay like one hundred and forty bucks to get your C H L to the state now, it's forty dollars one hundred bucks. If you're a first responder or a police officer military, it's even cheaper. That's that's for the class. Correct. I mean, there's a few. Now, that's the actual fee to get the license to class itself. Runs anywhere from fifty to seventy five to one hundred bucks, depending on who you book it with. Plus from what I recall it. Maybe some of this has changed. But I think you also have to pay for the fingerprinting or something like that. It's ten bucks for the fingerprinting forty dollars for the license, and I paid sixty for my class. I was one hundred and ten dollars for me. All right. That's that's I don't think anybody that has to that wants a weapon to protect themselves in their own neighborhood. Should have to pay that kind of money. That's right. That's right. And I was also gonna say the state, and there's people in the state legislature actually fighting for this. They're trying to get it to a vote, and it's gotten close we got close to twenty seventeen center still working on it. Well, maybe this is the year. Thank you. Well, precincts you call me. And thank you very much this. This isn't going to. I don't think put guns in dangerous criminals hands. It's it's it's not about that. But so what if we're going to say, you don't have to have a course, you don't have to have any proper training. I mean, that's a dangerous situation right there shouldn't there at least be some kind of. Oh, you should take training. She should. But what is gonna make people do that? If they don't want to pay the money, personal responsibility. That's a that's a that's counting on a lot right there that whole personal responsibility to pass a law to make those criminals take. That course, I'm not talking about that up people who legally by God, I'm not worried about law abiding citizens whatsoever. At all, I'm not worried about law abiding citizens at all, I am a law abiding citizen. And I did not know what the hell I was doing with a handgun until I took. The course I if I was left to my good job guys. You did. Good, son. Good. I if I was just left on my own, I would've gone out and just held it. Like I've seen it seen him. Do it on TV which was wrong. I did not know had a properly hold a handgun. I did not know had a property load that particular handgun that. I was using. I didn't know basically, I didn't know how to fire handguns. So that that worries me, but you did a good thing. And you learn that's good. That's good. You did a good thing. Okay. All right. All right. Good thing thing. And I hope everybody else if that comes to Texas. Yeah. I hope that everybody does do Ed good thing as well. And what I'm telling you is law abiding citizens will do that. They will go take that class to be responsible gun owner. Right. The thugs of the world don't. Yeah. And still won't. Maybe I'm underestimating mayem. Maybe I'm not giving law abiding citizens enough credit. Maybe I'm not. So maybe I need to take a deep breath. I'm not worried about law abiding citizens at all in any scenario. David rob good morning. Good morning. A McCabe is a traitor, and if you did that in the military they were the shot him. So I don't know why he's still above ground right now, breathing I think he needs to be tried and then shot publicly so that we're gets out and do this you die. Wow. Dave. I agree. One hundred percent. Absolutely. Here's the other side of this. He tried to overthrow the government. Yes. He did overthrow on president. And he should be held and shot as a traitor, just like any other trader as as an example. And they need to go ahead. Either lock them up or dropping teacher three round and poetry. This guy. Sample of what coming to the rest of these people that have tried to because it wasn't just him. It was basically a group of fifteen people that did this. You know, they need to go down the pecking list. We did this World War Two, you know, traders. So why don't we do it? Now, do this trader now, this is not a partisan issue. Everybody on both sides of the aisle should be totally scared and freaked out about what he talked about last night on sixty minutes because if the department of Justice can do that in tempt to overthrow a president. What are we gonna do if three or four generals try to do that? What are we going to do? Then. That would be an attempted military coup. Don. Yes. There would be Gary Lewellen good morning. Good morning. I'd like to comment about this gun issue. You know, just had five people shot in New Orleans and a shootout between police and a suspected robber. Nobody knows we're who those five people were shot by yet police officers who are highly trying can make errors that cost. People injury are their lives. This thing about open. Terry constitutional is is insane. I don't believe that criminal have guns, but they do, but they do Gary how would you pass to stop those five criminals from robbing that Bank and shooting at cops. Well, there's no law that you can there's already laws on the book against that. Right. What you have to do. Here's you have to try to make sure that people that acquired Garner's do it legally. When you get stopped. You're driving around and they find a pistol in your car. You're not legally able to carry that pistol lock them up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's absolutely jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety if you're going to go to constitutional Kerry, then at the very least the state whoever would be behind. This has to at least please just have a campaign out there by whatever means television, advertising radio, whatever you're gonna do that encourages proper training of how to use the gun at the very least is still incentivize people to do. So not. I mean to me that would be highly irresponsible at least not to do that. It may actually incentivize people that sell guns to have their own class. Maybe so sorry, if you want to buy this got here for Cabela's. You do have to take a six hour class. We have a classroom just over there. You have to take that class. Come by the gun. I mean, they may do that eventually. To protect their own liability five one two eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero five five to five story at a Houston Texas member that raid recently in which several police officers were shot very controversial. This is turned out to be a very controversial story of the past few days. Apparently, one of the police officers involved in the case may be in some trouble for lying and informant did not by drugs from the suspects killed in that police shootout, it's insinuating. That was the wrong house a confidential informant. This story from Saturday February the sixteenth. So some of this may have changed a little bit over the past twenty four hours, but a confidential informant didn't buy drugs at that southeast Houston hall where a botched police raid turned into a deadly shootout last month. Now, the shocking new information was revealed by ABC thirteen obtain a couple of search warrants executed as part of the ongoing investigation following the deadly raid. And apparently one of the officers may have not quite not told the truth, given the old process. We'll explain some of the details coming up.

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"houston hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Induction of AJ Foyt into the Houston hall of fame was not the first hall of fame. He's been inducted. In fact, it's almost the last but Houston only recently last year began this process, but it gave me the opportunity to interview a man who I've held in high esteem for many many years a legend of the racing industry. And a man who seemed to have transcended time the father time of racing and one of Houston's own and somebody I hold in great esteem. So this was a real treasure a few days ago. I I was able to do this interview. And we share it here with you this evening if you're not an AJ fan. Call your dad or your grandpa say, hey, Michael berry is interviewing AJ, listen. And I bet you they will here goes I want to talk about you being from Houston because I went back to a lot of the old video and one of the things they always mentioned, they don't do this lean body. They always say AJ from Houston, Texas. Do you think that is? Born and raised on Saint Joe's hospital. Five. Twenty fifth and the height so unreasonable from here, and I guess I'll be here in the box. But it was as if Houston was so much a part of your persona. Maybe like bum Phillips represented a Houston. You know what I mean? He wasn't just a coach he was Houston. I think that might have had something to do with with the persona that you are. Well, I don't know. I just know that before you wanted to go to maps, you always had to move to California on two or three drivers that was from down here. They moved to California down that was Motor Speedway made up a man, then I was not going to do that. I'm not gonna change my hometown. So I get around at Indy. So I guess that's the reason I'm still here because I did get around, and Andy and been very lucky very successful. And I don't regret it. And this in my hometown. I didn't have to change towns to get a ride at any approved proven as a pretty good race driving. I got picked up by dean van lines which won the championship three or four times. Which IMI Brian? That's event. I can't feel them Dan shoes. Some pretty big shoes. Feel so I'm still here. What does Houston mean to you your traveled around what what about this community? Do you like so much? Well, I was born and raised in my sisters do here. And my mother daddy was from here, and my whole family was from here. And I didn't want to leave my family. Was good to man, I've always liked Houston is grown a little better than I wish it wouldn't. But it's a very big town. There's been a good town day J Foyt started racing and playland park. And I've had a lot of fun when you came out to Waller. You didn't think that town would chase you out here you I really didn't. It's unbelievable. Towns out here. And you know, I used to have the ranch here. I feel have it it, hotly. And my wife was from Roche originally. And she said and she would use often under us. We have a home on lake Travis instead of Texas who's ever heard of Hockley. And now they have. So you're being inducted into the Houston sports hall of fame. What does that mean to you? Well, you know, I've been inducted in a lotta hall of fame giving her own, but this is kind of special born and raised here and being -ducted hall of fame here in my hometown. Pretty special, you know, and other people I'm going in with I'm known through the years, and they're super people. And I'm just glad I'm with him being inducted, whether the same people with friends so that makes it a lot bigger. So, you know, Dan, Passerini hurt and George quite a bit. Well, he's a bit of a racer himself. Yeah. Yeah. Here's a better football. You don't try to throw spirals? He doesn't need to be in your role. He he's a great guy. You know? Knowing him for a long time. I met George Foreman years ago you used to come to my dealership. One Sunday preaching in Tombo, which is be one forty nine one hundred twenty and j on the corner. So I haven't seen him for years. Don't get me wrong. But Jackie Burton. I'm at years ago. Champion. And so. BMW within guys. Let's go back to your childhood. And what you wanted to be if you hadn't. If you hadn't done what you've done. What do you think you would have wanted to? Mechanic daddy. Shop was going to be cars one way or another. And I always liked him. And you know, when I won Indian nine hundred and sixty one lady coming in his customers and said, well, you won't see AJ. No more after what he just did last weekend or something he said, yes, I will. She said, what do you mean? He said he'd done it working on car right now. And I was working the, but I never forget. And she says, Mr. Foyt, I can't believe you still doing this. This is what story with why can't I help my daddy. And she just couldn't believe that. I was doing that. I don't know. How often you go back and see all videos of yourself. But one of the things that they comment on is when you get out of apart and get mad and get the tearing it apart and working on it yourself. That was kind of a unique deal. Right. Well. Probably more than most from on mechanics to do my own motor work and Bill Mon cars all here. Local. And then when I left down here. Aboard some money and bought a midget and went to the mid west, you know. And so, of course, don't want it all so it wasn't nothing. Strange to me. But it doesn't appear that you're doing it just as a necessary evil. But that you enjoy it is that because you don't trust other people or are you actually enjoy tinkering? Well. No more than love them. No. So why do I not want to do it myself? And if I do it myself, among the way, I want it and not way you want it, and that's been time. People with this way. I said, no, you do it the way I want it done. Right or wrong. What would be an example of something? People. Don't do the way you would want done on the race in deal. Ninety percent of the drivers don't know. Nothing about Motors are changing gears and nothing. You know, it's just so much different today. They got the computers. I can tell them more on the computer what they're doing. Then they know what they're doing before. You didn't have all that you had to figure it out yourself. If he's going to be successful. Do you think that was a better time? I think it was a lot better time myself. When I raised you had to carry seventy five gallons of you. Now you carry eighteen and one thing racing. I can say they're probably a thousand percent safer today than they were back then because you don't have the fires and nothing like every time before. Friend of mine get burned in and that's one thing. I'm glad that's out there. The cars are so much safer. Most Dr nephew put a foot clutch in you had shift gears. They would know how to do it. Now. Everything's on your hands, y'all shifting gears and a clutch down the pits and all is all and control. It is a dangerous sport. And when you entered it you knew it was a dangerous sport probably more dangerous than to debt. Did that were you ever thought about always you see people die young beautiful carbs? But I'll joking aside. Never in my mind. I never was close. With a lot of drivers. I went out there. I had a couple of people my first year that it really helped me on the high banks, Pat O'Connor, and I left in my rookie year. He lost his life. After that. I was friends with a lot of them. But I wasn't real close because you knew at that time this can happen anytime you look back in nineteen fifty eight. The drivers unqualified with most of did not have a late. You know? So you can go by check the record. I'm one of them this left, and there's a couple more probably. But that's it. If I'd asked you back, then do you think you would have expected you have such a long and fruitful life? Well. Wouldn't live to be twenty two years old. I don't know if it good that this so from had, but I'm still here. That's all I can say more of our conversation with the legendary AJ Foy coming up next Michael.

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"houston hall" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The induction of AJ into the Houston hall of fame was not the first hall of fame. He's been inducted. In fact, it's almost the last Houston only recently last year began this process, but it gave me the opportunity to interview a man who I've held in high esteem for many many years a legend of the racing industry. And a man who seemed to have transcended Tom the father time of racing and one of Houston's own somebody. I hold in in great esteem. So this was a real treasure a few days ago. I I was able to do this interview. And we share it here with you this evening if you're not an AJ fan. Call your dad or your grandpa say, hey, Michael berry is interviewing AJ, listen. And I bet you they will here goes, I w-. I wanna talk about you being from Houston because I went back and watched a lot of the old video of you. And one of the things they always mentioned, they don't do this lean body. They always say AJ from Houston, Texas. Why do you think that is? Well, I was born and raised on Saint Joe's hospital five. Five oh, five with twenty fifth was in the height. So I'm originally from here. And I guess I'll be here until the ball. But it was as if Houston was so much a part of your persona. Maybe like bum Phillips represented a Houston. You know what I mean? He wasn't just a coach he was Houston. I think that might have had something to do with with the persona that you are. Well, I don't know. I just know that before you wanted to go to map you always had to move to California two or three drivers that was from down here. They moved to California get around it down athletes Motor Speedway. I made up my mind, then I was not gonna do that. I'm not gonna change my hometown. So I get around at Indy. So I guess that's the reason I'm still here because I did get a ride and been very lucky very successful. And don't regret it in my hometown. And I didn't have to change sounds to get a ride at any approved that as a pretty good race. I got picked up by dean van Lynch which won the championship three or four times which enemy Brian. I can't feel them damn shoes. Some pretty big shoes. Feel so I'm still here. What does Houston mean to you traveled around? What what about this community? Do you like so much? Well. Born and raised in my sisters do here, and my mother and daddy was from here, and my whole family was from here. And I didn't want to leave my family. The family was good too. Man. I've always liked Houston is grown a little bigger than wish it wouldn't. But it's a very big town. It's been a good town day J Foyt started racing and playland park. And I've had a lot of fun when you cannot to Waller. You didn't think that town would chase you out here. I really didn't. It's unbelievable to you towns out here. And you know, I used to have the ranch here feel it Hopley, and my wife was from river oaks originally, and she said, and she would use often under us we have a home on lake Fava's instead of she's Texas who's ever heard of hockey. And now they have. So you're being inducted into the Houston sports hall of fame. What does that mean to you? Well, I've been inducted in a lot of hall of fame. Don't get me wrong. But this is kind of special born and raised here and being in the hall of fame here in my hometown. It's pretty special and other people I'm going in with I'm known through the years, and they're super people. I'm just glad I'm with him being inducted, whether the same people with friends so that makes it a lot bigger. So, you know, Dan, Passerini hurt and George Chan quite a bit. Well, he's a bit of a racer himself. Yeah. Yeah. Here's a better football. You don't try to throw spirals? He doesn't need to be in your role. He's a great guy. You know? Known for a long time. I met George Foreman years ago, you used to come to my dealership, I know one Sunday he was preaching in Tombo, which you'd be one forty nine to one hundred twenty and treats you on the corner. So I haven't seen him for years. Don't get me wrong. But Jackie Burton. I'm at years ago. Champion. And so. BMW with them guys. Let's go back to your childhood. And what you wanted to be if you hadn't if you hadn't done what you've done. What do you think you would have wanted to bend mechanic daddy shop? So it was going to be cars one way or another and I always liked him. And you know, when I one thousand nine hundred sixty one lady coming in his customers and said, well, you won't see AJ. No more after what he just last weekend or something. He said, yes, I will. She said, what do you mean? He said he's done it working on car right now. And I was working the days where I never forget. And she says Mr. Floyd, I can't believe you still doing this. How should one up? This is what authority with Gina help daddy. And she just couldn't believe that. I was doing that. I don't know. How often you go back and see Ovidio yourself. But one of the things that they comment on is when you get out of apart and get mad and get the tearing it apart and working on it yourself. That that was kind of a unique deal. Right. Well, I'm probably more than most from on mechanics used to do Mon motor work, and you know, Bill Mon son Carson all here local down here. Aboard some money and bought her midget and went to the mid west, you know, and so. Juice doing it. All so it wasn't nothing. Strange to me. But it doesn't appear that you're doing it just as a necessary evil. But that you enjoy it is that because you don't trust other people or are you actually enjoy tinkering? Well, no more than love them. No. So why do I not want to do it myself? And do it myself among the way, I want it not the way you want it. And that's been a lot of time with this way. I said, no, you do it the way I want it done, right or wrong. What would be an example of something? People. Don't do the way you would want done on the race in deal. Ninety percent of the drivers don't know. Nothing about Motors are changing gears and nothing. You know, it's just so much different today. They got the computers. I can tell them more on the computer what they're doing. And they know what they're doing before. You didn't have all that you had to figure it out yourself. If you're going to be successful. You think that was a better time? I think it was a lot better time myself. You know, like when outraged you carry seventy five gallons of you. Now you carry eighteen and one thing racing. I can say they're probably a thousand percent safer today than they were back then because you don't have the fires and nothing like every time before. A couple get burned to in. And that's one thing. I'm glad that the cars are so much safer of the nephew put a foot clutch in you had shift gears. They wouldn't know how to do it. Now. Everything's on your hands, y'all shifting gears and a clutch drive out of the pits and all is all and control. It is a dangerous sport. And when you entered it, you knew it was a dangerous sport probably more dangerous than the debt that were you. I never thought about always you see people die young beautiful carbs. But all joking aside. It never in my mind. I never was close with a lot of drivers. When I went out there. I had a couple of people my first year that it really helped me on the high banks, Pat O'Connor and the I left my rookie year. He lost his life. After that. I was friends with a lot of them. But I wasn't real close. So he knew at that time. This can happen anytime you look back in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. The drivers unqualified with most of. Know, so you can go by check the record. And I'm one of them this left, and there's a couple more probably. But that's it. If I'd asked you back, then do you think you would have expected you have such a long and fruitful life? Well, I know a lot of people wouldn't live to be twenty two years old. I don't know if it good that I live this so from, but I'm still here. That's all I can say more of our conversation with the legendary AJ Foy coming up next Michael berry show, if he doesn't say it. The Dow axe traffic. Jammed up now in the core area, both directions getting onto I eighty four words slow almost all the way out to two zero five we've got slow traffic. I five northbound Fremont bridge to the interstate bridge. Very slow twenty-six inbound from before Sylvan down at the tunnel. And on the east side. I two five looks.

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"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

"The of AJ Foyt into the Houston hall of fame was not the first hall of fame. He's been inducted. In fact, it's almost the last but Houston only recently last year began this process, but it gave me the opportunity to interview a man who I've held in high esteem for many, many years, a legend of the racing industry and a man who seemed to have transcended Tom the father time of racing and one of Houston's own and somebody I hold in in great esteem. So this was a real treasure a few days ago. I I was able to do this interview. And we share it here with you this evening if you're not an AJ fan. Call your dad or your grandpa say, hey, Michael berry is interviewing AJ thought. You wanna listen. And I bet you they will here goes, I I. I wanna talk about you being from Houston because I went back and watched a lot of the old video and one of the things they always mentioned, they don't do this with anybody else. They always say AJ from Houston, Texas. What do you think that is born and raised on Saint Joe's hospital five oh five with twenty fifth address. And the height. So I'm originally from here. And I guess I'll be here the ball. But it was as if Houston was so much a part of your persona, maybe like bum Phillips represented a Houston. You know what I mean? Wasn't just a coach he was Houston. I think that might have had something to do with with the persona that you are. Well, I don't know. I just know that before you wanted to go to map was you always had to move to California two or three drivers that was from down here. They moved to California and get around it. That was Motor Speedway made up a man, then I was not gonna do that. I'm not gonna change my hometown. So I get a it indie. So I guess that's the reason I'm still here because I did get around and been very lucky very successful. And I don't regret it. And this is my hometown. I didn't have to change to get a ride at any approved. That has a pretty good race driver. I got picked up by dean van lines which won the championship three or four times. Jimmy, bryan. I can't feel them damn shoes. Some pretty big shoes. Feel so I'm still here. What does Houston mean to you traveled around? What what about this community? Do you like so much? Well, I was born and raised in my sisters do here, and my mother and daddy was from here, and my whole family was from here. And I didn't want to leave my family. The family was good too. Man. I've always liked Houston is grown a little better than I wish it wouldn't. But it's a very big town. It's been a good town day J Ford started racing and playland park. I've had a lot of fun when you came out to Waller. You didn't think that town would chase you out here. Did you? I really didn't. It's unbelievable. The thank you have towns out here. And you know, I used to have the rain chair. I feel have it it, hotly. And my wife was from river oc- originally, and she said, and she would use often under us we have a home on lake Fava's instead of hop. This is Texas who's ever heard of hockey? And now they have. So you're being inducted into the Houston sports hall of fame. What does that mean to you? Well, I've been inducted in a lot of hall of fame. Don't get me wrong. But this is kind of special out born and raised here and being -ducted hall of fame here in my hometown. Pretty special. You know, I know the people I'm going in with known through the years and super people, and I'm just glad I'm with them being inducted, whether the same people with friends so that makes it a lot bigger. So, you know, Dan, Passerini hurt and George fan quite a bit. Well, he's a bit of a racer himself. Yeah. Yeah. Here's a better football. Don't try to throw spirals. He doesn't need to be in your own. He he's a great guy. You know? Known for a long time. I met George Foreman years ago, Monday dealership. I know one Sunday preaching in Tombo, which you'd be one forty nine twenty nine twenty and treats you on the corner. So I haven't seen him for years. Don't get me wrong. But Jackie Burton. I'm at years ago champion. And so. BMW with them guys. Let's go back to your childhood. And what you wanted to be if you hadn't if you hadn't done what you've done. What do you think you would have wanted to have done out of probably been mechanic my daddy? Shop. It was going to be cars one way or another. Yeah. And I always liked him. And you know, when I one in one thousand nine hundred sixty one lady come in his customers and said, well, you won't see AJ. No more after what he just did last weekend or something he said, yes, I will. She said, what do you mean? He said he's done it working on car right now. And I was working day. But I never get. And she says Mr. Foy, I can't believe you're still going up. This is what I started with. Why why can't I help my daddy? And she couldn't believe that. I was going then I don't know. How often you go back and see videos of yourself? But one of the things that they comment on is when you get out of a and get mad and get the tearing it apart and working on it yourself that that was kind of a unique deal. Right. Well, I'm probably more than most from on mechanics, Mon motor work. And you know, Bill Mon Don Carson all here local. And then when I left down to here aboard some money and a midget and went to the mid west, you know, and so. Juice doing it. All so it wasn't nothing. Strange to me. But it doesn't appear that you're doing it just as a necessary evil. But that you enjoy it is that because you don't trust other people are you actually enjoy tinkering. Well. No more than love them. No. So why do I not want to do it myself? And if I do it myself among all want it not the way you want it, and that's been a time with this way. No, you do it the way I want it done, right or wrong. What would be an example of something? People. Don't do the way you would want done on the race deal. Ninety percent of the drivers don't know. Nothing about Motors changing gears, and nothing, you know. It's just so much different today. They got computers. I can tell them more on the computer what they're doing. And they know what they're doing before. You didn't have all that you had to figure it out yourself. If you're going to be successful. You think that was a better time? I think was a lot better time myself. You know, like when outraged you had to carry seventy five gallons if you now you carry eighteen and one thing racing. I can say they're probably a thousand percent safer today than they were back then because you don't have the fires and nothing like youth every time before I had a couple of. Get burned to death. And that's one thing. I'm glad that the cars are so much safer. Most of the drive nephew put a foot clutch in you had to shift gears. They wouldn't know how to do it. Now. Everything's on your hands, y'all shifting gears and a clutch down out of the pits and all is all and control. It is a dangerous sport. And when you entered it, you knew it was a dangerous sport probably more dangerous than to debt that were you. I never thought about always you see people die young beautiful carbs. But I'll joking aside. It never mind. I never was close. With a lot of drivers. I went out there. I had a couple of people I hear that really helped me on the high banks, Pat O'Connor and the I left in my rookie year. He lost his life. After that. I was friends with a lot of them. But I wasn't real close because you knew at that time this can happen anytime you look back in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. The drivers qualified with most of did not have a league. So you can go back and check the record. I'm one of them this left, and there's a couple more probably. But that's it. If I'd asked you back, then do you think you would have expected you have such a long and fruitful life? Well, I know a lot of people wouldn't live to be twenty two years old. I don't know if it's good that I live this. So I had but I'm still here. That's all I can say more of our conversation with the legendary AJ Foy coming up next Michael.

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"houston hall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With Mike Florio in pro football talk live right now. First year. We we went and we got in the playoffs. Super bowl. So. Go ahead. Eric knocked on the door this year. We've been on the door the next next year. We're gonna kick. Sorry. Sorry. Mom. Wade Phillips national treasure. Talking to reporters last night in Houston for the induction of Oilers quarterback. Dan Passerini into the Houston hall of fame. Dan, past rainy, of course, played for bum Phillips. Oh, a bum Phillips the father of Wade Phillips. I thought it was great that Wade. Got off the plane last Sunday in Atlanta with his dad's coat and hat, and then had it on going to the Super Bowl on Sunday. I was hoping he was going to wear the hat on the sidelines at the Super Bowl. I really was. But I'm sure the no fun league. Where everything that you wear on the sideline must be something that can be purchased online at NFL. Shop dot com was not going to allow such a deviation from the way things are and the way things need to be in order to maximize the NFL's revenue. I'm not bitter about that. At all. We play that sound because we have seen and heard more and more NFL films clips coming out of Super Bowl fifty three. We've got a few of we want to share with you as it relates to sound. We can't show you anything. But there is some sound. Here's one that that just shows you how Bill bell check thinks of everything worries about everything and wants to know anything and everything about what's happening in and around the football field on which his team will be playing here. Bella check speaking with referee, John Perry and then to his team about the status of the roof at the Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta. Now, we're closing the roof, right..

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"houston hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"As we take your till not eastern time. Lots to get into kitty Houston hall of Famer is gonna join tasks myself a little later on the program looking forward to that third and final hour. He will join us to wrap up the show. What's going on? Hey, don't. But all good, moose how very good here and get ready. We're getting cultural closer to the Super Bowl. So it off kicked off yesterday with all the media frenzy down there in Atlanta, while we hold down the fort then watch TV has yes, it was media night. And it used to, you know, take place during the course of the afternoon now, of course, you know, they branded and they do it a a little bit differently where it is at. Night in. It is the spectacle at night where all the players get interviewed in the crazy questions that they get from some media members in the audience, some of the media members that credentialed or so-called media members they make it about themselves where the dressed up in crazy outfits when they're asking the questions. Well. Know it just part of the Super Bowl week experience. And last night, the there's really not all that much inflammatory that comes out of it. I mean, there were years TASR where you guys making bold declarations and predictions of what's going to happen and grabbing headlines and everybody nowadays wants to be SPCA as they possibly can be. They don't wanna grab any headlines. They don't want to create any kind of motivation or slammed for the other team going into Super Bowl fifty three. And they kind of want mind their Ps and qs is the cliche would go and and just get through the evening unscathed. I mean, that's it. I mean, the alert all that much about you know, anything that you didn't know before especially if you're a fan of either one of those two teams, no probably not all that much. Everything is probably something you've already heard before. No, you're right. I mean, there's no there's no one really make it. You know, any any no one's taking heavy duty shots at anyone. No one saying, you know. Beat the path. Babylon a beat them down and destroy them. You care about blah, blah, blah, one guy made a little noise or show getting the second. But otherwise, not and the media thing with the whole jokester staff and people with the different costumes, the proverbial young kid that asks the question, I mean, I don't know. Let's be honest. It's to the point. Where can we all be like, you know? Let's just handle this the right way. I mean, I'm I'm all in for a good time. Aloha little laugh, but enough what the people dressed like freaks and all the weird stuff. It's an it gets annoying. And then like if we were down there. I would I would go there at night when Australia wasn't on and have my iphone on and probably yell at a lot of those other people not the players the media fake media people with the fake credentials. Yeah. No, I get it. I get it was frustrating. The it's an event if you go back to the giants, I if you go not giants show, but if you go back to the New York Super Bowl. I actually like emceed the event for the NFL media debt. That's cool nighttime event, then it was actually during the course of the day. It was before they moved it at night. It was held at Newark. It was the Broncos and Seahawks Super Bowl. I remember the game. Correct. Not much of a game. But myself and the and the voice of the Broncos at Invesco field. We both the combination the event for the National Football League. People were about the same amount. Because they I mean, they used to do it way back when TASR is you know, they used to do it in the actual stadium. Right. Right. Right now, they do it in a corresponding arena. Right. Right. It's smaller confines. So everything was on the floor. So is it looks on television. As TV does make it a lot grander. A lot bigger. You are confined to a pretty tight space. Joe picked up to the to the public, and they give you a little year buds. You can you can go to a corresponding day. And listen to whoever you want to listen. You have a little year. But if you want to listen to say Tom Brady whose at podium one bit to one talking about how much you loves his wife. Calc- to wherever he was podium five calcium. You know what I'm saying? But it's it's an interesting. I think it's now more so for the media, and we'll get to the Robie Coleman comments here in seated with a Mike not not not like feed the radio was for the house for the house. All nice for the house forever to inside people people. Listen to. Well for everybody that was in attendance. Rising. Right. So I mean, forever that doesn't know it just means for everyone the arena, right? So like when you go to whatever your home team game, whether it be Madison Square Garden, whether you're the guy, that's the guy or gal. That's that's telling you what's going on in the course of the game. That's that's basically the hobbies. Correct. So it was a fun event to do when I get it. And they they do some stuff to to entertain the fans, obviously. And we saw that yesterday. They were playing cornhole were having a quarrel competition, and they had the Rams cheerleaders. You know, they the mask. I mean, they do all those things to make sure they try and keep you as entertained as they possibly can. But it's another way for the National Football League to make a little bit of money because at one point in time, it was just for the media. It was just for you. And I walk up. Let's go ask Tom Brady's of questions or let's go ask or cow skier Jared Goff some questions that now it's a question not only get to ask those. But they wanna make it an event that they could sell to the fans, so they can make even a little bit more money over the course. So now the peanuts in Atlanta. So like immigrant walk in. So some guy who like works and runs a backhoe in Macon Georgia can drive into the big Lennon an ex bowel. Check a question, basically. Oh, you can't get on the floor. If you're not a medium funny, though. Yeah. That would be funny. No, no, no. The fans are sitting in the stands, though, not exploded. They're now walking around with everybody are sitting in the stands. I gotcha. Because my imagination started going crazy like all these founder up to these guys. It's not right to wrestlemainia the every wrestlemainia, you know, to have a big show. Yeah. But the the night before for access wrestlemainia access, it's called, okay? And I've worked at as a as a commentator as a wrestler. It's very annoying. You get very close to the fans, which you know, what me I don't like that. I don't want them up come up to me and talking to me too close with. I get annoyed with that stuff. But anyway, it's good for the people like that. And you got to play nice. That's that's your job. You have a representation of WB next year. It's the same thing about an emcee who runs it as media. They're all these wannabe wrestling with a little bit. The fans don't are walking up to Brady for you. The fans are walking right up to you. What we have security, but you gotta wait in line. No idea. No whole bar. Hey. I think people are just walking up eating barbecue. And and talking about Bob Holly right in your face. Hey, what's going on? Tabasco? What is being spent your face? That's happening. I wasn't like that. But there is a meet and greet policy. Deal is talking about screen is good though, they have like they have the Super Bowl thing the pre Super Bowl thing. Like for our fans. It was really cool. If you want to be like a color commentator like when I was a color commentator. You could sit with me and be a play by play guy. You had like buy a ticket. If you wanna deal color, commentary what Michael Cohen, and they go to school. Yeah. Yeah. Watch it a match you pretty to. I got the call fans got the call matches. What the commentators? Let's good. And it was just basically me ripping this fan to his face was always fun. That's what my boss found out and got really mad at me. How many how many how many times did he do that? Well, I would know how many matches do you call? It'd be like they close to eight or nine matches over the two days with these people these marks like it all. Latch, like a twenty minute match up a TV match. Six minute match dot twenty minutes. They tried to get us to do that. Wait a minute. So. Like the bed from wrestlemania you. Because what happens is rested fans, they could see just like sports fans would think they think it's easy to go do commentary on a football game or baseball game. I could I could talk I've got the gift of gab or wrestling match. And then when you're sitting there, and you gotta kinda, you know, talk about it. It's a little bit harder than people think you know, what I mean? So and I would of course, make fun of these fans that they were stumbling on themselves balk completely reputa-. There was good story. But that is that's a scenario where it is a lot more difficult than you really imagine it is harder than people here. Tony Romo on Roma. Does I know you can't you can't very hard? But at least now Romo could show you that he could read a defense. Yes. The defense on the booth. You say. Yeah. Exactly. Right. I mean. If he wished he could have a should never have lost the game. Now, I know. About him. Oh was I don't know. If you those comments heels, basically said that they hold. I didn't say that was your quarterback him. He was crying quarterback, man. Yeah. Well, apparently, he and he said, basically that well Tony would have been great. If he could I'm paraphrasing could have done what he didn't approve on the field. Read the pizza. Okay. Okay. He's in the hall of fame is gonna just cut loose ripped. Right. He does not care in any way, shape or form. But. Yeah. It's a it's a part of the the comments that Robey Coleman did not walk back or I mean, maybe he did a little bit. The fact that Tom Brady is old and that he is quote unquote, lost the step. You know Brady was asked about that said, I'm not gonna react to it. I'm not gonna comment on that. Yeah. I don't understand if you're Roby Coleman who just got five thirty thousand dollars by the National Football League. You know, here's I mean. Keep quiet. Yeah. I don't wanna poke the big up. Exactly, right. Especially if you're a guy that's drawn all this national recognition for all the wrong reasons and a good player to comply. Apply. He's he's not a keep Toledo. No. No. No, no. He's not that caliber players. Good players. Good player. But why would you ever go out and poke the bear? And you don't look so sad wants zealot check. I would not be shocked bell check. If they have all all you'll never hear about it all over that mock locker room in Atlanta for the pats or while they're practicing pitches, aerobic all this will be their battlecry up. The patriots behind the scenes this'll be there is now. Yeah. He's saying Brady is older than dirt. You know? So now, it's like, that's all you gotta give Bella check and brain. And give them like you said poke the bear. Once you do that. Oh, that's a ceremony takes we see there is. They think we saw guys that will be the inspiration. And now, you know, if you're Roby Coleman, you gotta say to yourself or someone else on the team on the Rams say, dude stop. And that's why I kind of backtracked on the comments sorta complement and Brady, right? He did here is. Here is nichole girl be Coleman. Talking about trying to clarify those Brady comments.

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"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

"They're bad people. Likewise. The poor people and remember they're far more poor people than rich people. So more votes to behalf. The poor people are not poor of their own choices bad decisions. Laziness poor people are poor because they've been victimized. So poor people rise up with me as your leader riches. I am were eighteen point five million dollars. That's what Elizabeth Warren is. But that's okay. Transfer all yourself loathing transfer. All your problem. Transfer every failure you've ever made. You've ever you've ever suffered. Let's transfer that onto somebody else. Well, if that be great won't play some music. I gotta grab this article. I meant to here. I got I got we're good. New York City now has a fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage. The socialist. This is from sandy Petersen. The socialist paradise of New York City entered into Novon earlier this year when the minimum wage in the city was raised to fifteen dollars an hour. As soon as the clock ticked over into two thousand nineteen the sky filled with rainbows in every worker was able to make a living waiting tables or cleaning toilets. Well, not exactly in response to the mandated rise in wages. Many restaurant owners are doing the only things they can to keep control of their labor costs, cutting hours and cutting jobs. CBS New York reports John bluestone operates six New York City restaurants that employ between fifty and one hundred ten people each. The owner of heartland brewery and Houston hall blues teen said the effect of the higher minimum wage on payroll across locations represents quote, an immense cost to his business. We lost control of our largest controllable expense. He told CBS MoneyWatch. So in order to live with that. And stay in business. We're cutting hours. Bluestone said he has scaled back on employee hours and no longer uses hosts and hostesses during lunch light traffic days customers. Instead are greeted with a sign that reads kindly select a table. He also staggers employees start times these fewer hours add up to a lot of money in restaurants, boosting cities increased menu prices as well. Other owners say that they're combining and cutting positions. I could read the rest of the article what I already have. You see it seems to make sense. The just say restaurant owners. Pay your employees more. Pay them all a minimum of fifteen. Well, that of course, means that the guy who's making fourteen now next to the person who just started last week and making ten if you bump them up to the same guy who was making fourteen says, wait a minute. I've been here for five years. It took me years to get built up to this pay rate. Now that guy's getting the same thing I'm getting so now fourteen guy has to go up to twenty. So now, you've you've added that cost in where do you find this money? The liberal marble has to keep as a static. The cannot be a variable. They have to be able to plug in that owners make a lot of money. Because if they actually understood or if they cared that most businesses run on very small margins. Now, you may say to yourself. How to businesses run on small margins? If the people who own businesses drive nice cars. Those people are up to their necks in eyeballs. I mean in the up to their eyeballs in debt, exactly the way, you are most of them of most of them are giving the appearance that they have money. They just have bigger debts. And you do they have bigger debts and more worries than the rest of us. And that's true. Everything is leveraged. That's usually the case very infrequently. Is there? Actual cash. Now, you may say west not true Bob died when he died he had he had all this money. That's because Bob rain is business for thirty years. Never move. Never went anywhere else. Worked every weekend. Worked every night. And during that time he was paying for the building for the land. So that at the end of all that when he died. His widow sells the land and recoup all that money. But Bob never saw it. Bob was steady trying to make payroll every month and the property note every month. And and hall for supplies and the meats and pay the lawyers and settled lawsuits and all the inspections and everything that went with him. He had to do all of that. Slowly. But surely he was building up an asset that he would never be able to enjoy the fruits of so how can it be that that guy? How can it be that his wife bought a five million dollar house and lives like she's rich? He was rich. He got rich off all those employees. No, he barely paid the bills every month. This is so typical. The kinds of people who do that they operate such a thin margin. But they end up owning the business or in the best case owning the property and every month, they barely get it all paid off. And then they flip the calendar and they start again. And they do that for four hundred months in a row until they finally paid off that piece of property and the value of real estate in that area went up for over thirty years. So finally at the very end on the back end. They can sell that. And what was built penny by penny is worth something to sell it to the next guy and let him start the whole process all over again. That's what we're doing. But if that guy was making a one or two percent profit, and you increase your taxes on that business, all the various ways, you do you put that guy out of business, which means he doesn't own that property, which means instead of being a buyer? He's a seller. So now, you flood the market with properties eventually that creeps down to the lowest levels. In.

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"houston hall" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"For listener podium Haganah rankings page in how you get on the launch pant this week. It is on Sunday the thirteenth of January the hokey min city marathon night. Yep. Oh, is it me? Right. That's it for this weekend. I thought you were the Chevron Houston marathon. But it's me weekend to Friday the eighteenth January to Monday twenty first on Sunday the twentieth Chevron, Houston marathon and Louisiana marathon is still supervise the Houston marathon. I guess is becoming wasting that where Ryan hall is the US trials wasn't it. Didn't he run? He quick hard to even Houston hall, fifty nine minutes or something anyway. And on the Sunday the twentieth also the Louisiana marathon and then the third weekend. It's the grand Canaria Maryland twenty seventh of January two thousand nineteen. Night and gosh, already February the patriot. So Maryland was having said listeners haven't said they're running any of these. But it is the PT pie and point which is where by the way, I think pay Bridget's has a small market town that nettles within new detail on the river need surrounded by beautiful countries are glory scene is the only sweet shop. I'm in in England established eighteen twenty seven the name shopping. Surprisingly, the switchable England's bring your penny jar. We got. We got. Really pretty where we are. Totally lost weight is two minutes past seven which means past my bedtime. I think isn't it have practice. I'm Tom Williams Martin yelling and that was marathon talk.

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"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on KTRH

"Doing the venom February eight the Texas icons, and so we're going to have iconic Texas brands there each of them will have a booth it won't be a booth. Be more like open flow concept was meant to be kind of a walk through the special brands and people that make Houston special. The hat store, for instance, that you know, Merle haggard bought almost forty hats from Lao. Love it buys his hats from them. Republic boot collectors firearms was a Catalina hats. Just different brands and people Dan Passerini is going to be there. He Julie's going into Houston hall of fame USA sports hall of fame. Along with AJ Foyt. But anyway, so last night, I was sending some messages text messages to some of the people that I want to show up Phil garner. For instance, I said, you're one of the Texas icons, but I did it voice to text. So I sent probably thirty text messages to different people. Wade Phillips Phil garner. All these different sports and business icons medical. You name it celebrities in in Houston history. And I said taxes icons, and why can't people just say? Thank you for inviting me, and instead had to send me a text saying taxes icons. What are they to do that remote? Caller. Hello. You're up. I thank you for repeating of. President Trump's talk. Who is this? This is her heart. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. At any rate. I think. Presented a picture. Of. Get a what's happening to our nation. And this trip to our security. I think his posture was more to give us a graphic picture of this serious. To protect our security. It was a different tactic on his part. But I think it was aimed at negotiation from the other side who are so much opposing this happening. I wish him. Of course luck are even prayers that this happens because if we don't stop this. Is worse than an inflow. It is a it's more like a storm wave coming at us with your right? And I think, but I think Americans understand this. And that's what Trump has on his side, Ken, go ahead. Ken, go ahead. Oh, yes. The wall wallet. This whole thing is about the training. The swap. That's why they're trying to stop it. Every every returning take down. Trump Muller's investigation about Russian collusion. There is no Russian collusion. Correct. I don't know. Everybody's saying so to cover so they can drain the swamp and taking them down. And they're not gonna let it happen. And. Mistake made was Tom. He's not gonna fire Muller. Well, it's gonna stay after ever ended investigation after the summer Tober November. February ended the more. You look you're gonna find something report comes out so many. Oh, so many lies in its. So everybody off thinking about who they gonna vote for twenty twenty. Why don't the Pfizer judges? They not got to. Why don't they demand something? They had nothing going on. I got this thing was regretting. Going out is nothing happened. I'm tired of handy talker. And the same thing over and over. That they colluded with the Russian paid for the dossier and nothing happening. Tired of hearing the same old same old? About you. I.

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"houston hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Houston hall of fame occurred. And it was Houston's great thirty four. Thirty four and football being Earl Campbell. On the hardwoods. Akeem Olajuwon and in baseball thirty four was Nolan. Ryan what an amazing class. Three guys at all wore the same jersey number in our three biggest sports. What an amazing class and what an amazing amount of class across those three guys. They've just announced this year's champions. This year's inductees. Jackie Burke, will be among the group ninety five years old. I don't know Jackie personally. But I know a lot of people who do he and the late Jimmy merit founded champions golf club back in nineteen fifty seven. He's in the world golf hall of fame in the world of golf. He is a stud won his first professional in nineteen forty nine won the masters and the PGA championship fifty six. Incredible man, incredibly well lived life AJ four time Indianapolis five hundred champion. And to individuals. I'm proud to call my friends, and we'd like to pay a brief tribute to them. Now. I the two time world heavyweight boxing champion and the man who gave me my dog and we named her after him. The legendary George Foreman. Hard thing to live with losers championship world. Most nights. That'd be winning winning winning. By the time. I jumped up. Dream again. Not not even in my dreams. So searching days. Who? Forward to nineteen Ninety-four in the moment. When Michael Moore Wednesday heavyweight championship. Comores another fresh face brand new heavyweight champion. But if you want to do he wants to make money. So does the same thing that Holyfield let's go straight to George. That's the way to get the biggest audience, and I'm sure that twenty-six unbeaten having just beaten. Vanderbilt didn't really believe in his heart that there was going to be that big a challenge in fighting George. Next guy who I still get tickled when I text him almost every single.

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"houston hall" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on WLAC

"The joint resolution is passed the democratically controlled house approves to spending bills to reopen. The government one Bill funds homeland security, but without any money for the wall. Senate Republicans say they won't pass it because President Trump says he won't sign it. The government shutdown hits day fourteen at midnight, one of the most powerful and longest serving politicians in Chicago faces federal corruption charges alderman, Ed Burke, appearing in court Thursday afternoon, charged with attempted extortion for allegedly conveying to exacts a fast food restaurant that they'd get permits to remodel only if they signed on us clients of his private law firm. Fox's Kevin battle and a fiery crash on. I seventy five hundred Florida kills at least seven people up there too. Big rigs and two passenger vehicles collided. Authorities say the fire was so intense. It damaged parts of the road near Gainsville. Fox's Steve Rappaport. This is Fox News. Rush, Hannity and Fox News talk radio ninety eight point three and fifteen ten wwl AC, heart radio station. induction into the Houston hall of fame occurred. And it was Houston's great thirty fours. Thirty four and football being Earl Campbell on.

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"houston hall" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"houston hall" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Glossed over how how i like to write essays and i was in english major and remember finding in my parents attic and say that i had written in first grade when i referred to about brotherhood and the importance of brotherhood and all people not having wars and completely misspelled about my father had kept that strangely really yeah so it was in an old carton but they needed somebody to write in the ended up giving me a program class classical music programs at once a week i would do chamber music program on tuesday nights think at eight o'clock in the evening called music to camera little pretentiously and our theme song was the speedy air and dances for the flute and i to member running up the stairs of houston hall sometimes when the theme song was already played a slide into my chair which is something i do that you probably do that on a regular basis maybe day so ending to our studio you also i guess you did some news as well because you got a chance to interview barry goldwater can't run anything presidents i didn't get the exclusive interview someone else did lorded it over me for the school paper but that was exciting it was also my first experience i was assigned by the ivy league radio network which is thing was to go to radio city music radio city in new york across the street from where i need know now.

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