18 Burst results for "Jack Carroll"

"jack carroll" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Oberg who didn't realize that he loses on that morning and he said to the dispatch in manhattan. Since a on fourteen to manhattan. What ten eighty four. Which means ron scene Where do you want us and explained. Go to albany. A western to the command post and our nickname is tallyho which stems from an old airborne ranger who jumped normandy named jack carroll and When radio's first came out and fire trucks in the forties instead of saying ten four say tallyho and one fourteenth respondents allio so that's stuck in the proud Holder of that out of three hundred fifty engines and ladders and squash and rescues. We're the only guys in the city to get recognized. But her nickname. It pisses some guys off but It's it's just that's it with serve bed. Jack may happen and dennis got the men there and they proceeded an end and they were heading into i guess over by the marriott at the time and Unbeknownst us they as the first building came down. Dennis looked up and saw something wrong and he told the guys turn around and go and they they ran for their lives and dove under truck and the guys that were forty feet behind him when When the settled they're all gone and Unfortunately john my friend. John and dennis junior were in that vicinity in that area near the marriott and They they died with your company's so we got off the we got to the city bus. We got on it. We wrote it As we're at the brooklyn bridge the other at the second tower went down and By way myself anyway. I was just crushed with guilt because i figured five hundred of my friends at least gone and it ended up being three hundred. Forty three of fire department twenty three police seventeen. Nypd and Dozen a dozen medics emt's and our state and federal court agents in federal agents That were killed..

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"Today. I'm interviewing ashley winstead. Hey there how are you today. I'm so good. How are you doing. I am doing great. So can you tell me about your book. Yes okay so. I have my debut novel coming out on august third and has called in my dreams. I hold a knife. And it's an adult thriller with a dark academic setting. And it's about a woman named jessica miller who's going back to her ten year college reunion and in the beginning of the story. You know what you know about her and what. She's what she's self reporting is that she's just become obsessed with the idea of going back to her reunion. Ching tells you it's because she's changed so much since since she was a college student Since she was this person who was constantly. The runner-up constantly second-place never the winner. Someone who just felt always overlooked and mediocre in her friend group and she wants to go to this reunion because she wants the chance to make good and show everyone. This extremely accomplished person that she's become so that's what she tells you. And of course the real reasons are far deeper far more complex than you cover them throughout the book but you substantially. The story follows her from new york where she lives to her college in north carolina where she meets up with her old college friends And back in the day she in her group were really popular They you had pulled pranks and had antics were very notorious on campus and they used to be called the east how seven and that's after the dorm that they all met in their freshman year so the east house seven reunited except now ten years later. There's only five of them left One of them. Heather shelby was very brutally murdered their senior year of college in unsolved case a case that remains unsolved to this day and another the second jack carroll was accused of killing her but never convicted and he of course is now a total social pariah and no one talks to him. So you're here. We just got at her reunion. And of course all of her fantasies as you can probably guess about how homecoming is gonna go in this all. Gloria she's gonna have go quickly silenced Especially when it turns out that someone else was just as obsessed with the reunion as she was but for a completely different reason because they want to use the opportunity where everyone is comeback to campus to flush out and trap. Heather's real killer. So that's essentially the book That's the premise. There is lots of drama series and twists It's told in alternating past and present timelines in mostly from justice. Point of view on this book is just so so incredible. I recently finished it. i i've been recommending all of my friends. And i just wanna like immerse myself in this world even more. It is such an excellent read. And i still you somewhere. Of course i still cannot believe its debut novel. And i've read a lot of debut novels. I've read amazing ones this what. I'm still in shock. Oh my gosh if you could senior right now you'd see bright..

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Mastering Finland

"Podcast mastering. I'm jeanine california. I'm beth nine from the to attack. Inching welcome back to the mastering finland podcast very ways having a great summer. I'm mad and i'll be your host for this episode. Our guest today is early artists. Early as american lives helsinki. He's a teacher and a student and he's also a father and he's in a few of these groups who are aimed at supporting fathers in finland which we're gonna talk about more later. Thanks for being with us today early. Thank you for having me matthew. I'm glad to be here. Yeah it's great to finally get to do this. We've been talking about this for a while right right. It's been quite a busy summer and went to sun and your your your little child. We're both of those swamped here. And i'm glad we've got to make time so indeed indeed so i know that you've been kind of all over the world and wants to tell us a bit about that. Well i've traveled. I like to travel. I you know when i was a kid. I wrote read that boca on the road. By jack carroll condemn really mess with my head in a good way. I just wanted to get out there and dig my kicks and all this and and you know i've been surfing for a long time so i would just go to these countries and and find surfing but also find somewhere where i could teach and i would go and teach for free in in these different countries In south america in asia and so it was like a a to wrong attack ago surf and teach and make sure that both are close to each other. And insulin worked out really good. I got to you. Know teaches some villages in south. America is not in cambodia in thailand and just before coming here i talked a couple years in india so i it yeah so i i. I love to travel in and End to reach out and help The use around the world and and this allowed me to do it and Like i said the best of both worlds surfing and teaching. Yeah i mean. That's that's pretty awesome story like being able to travel around like that and be able to Find a way to do something that you love and something else that you love to canada. I guess allow you to keep doing it. you know. it's i was lucky. Because i lived in brooklyn new york city and i had his job bartending and it was a mom and pop restaurant so i was able to leave sometimes six months sometimes for a couple years and every time i come back. Active town They'd hire me again now. I couldn't do that at a corporate job. They'd be like i'm like i'm going away for six months ago. Do some phil philanthropy. And they're like well. We can promise you a job when you get back and it so so i was always lucky to be able to have that and.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Your damn shoes right and get a door too soon as i loaded all mike. You know you don't do it soon as you do it. That's hard party. Glad you did for me. That was it soon. As i loaded up my truck with all my journals my stake in my bourbon And and my water then. I was like okay. I'm doing this. i'm in so i went to the i. I i like to go where i can have no other incoming frequencies meaning so i went away solitary confinement to this place with no electricity. No internet service Nothing with just me and my journals which is basic me hanging out with me over the last fifty years i didn't want to. I was that you take your air strings. Your silver bullets. Nope left those at home. That was too much luxury just just yet and i knew that i would get bored. I would get frustrated. I would get lonely. We'd get like Like grand. But i i didn't wanna have an alternate escape. I wanted to be like okay. If you're bored or you don't you got one thing to entertain you and that's your journals so just keep going to that. So for total of fifty two days spread out over different sort of ten and twelve day. Parcells i spent in solitary confinement right in the bull And that was it. I ended up loving it so much. Got so hot. You know when you get into zone. I was working seventeen hours a day on average writing and my only my biggest challenge was pudding the pin down and gone. You need to get some sleep. That became the hardest thing is just because my mind was just on fire and i was writing and it was coming out of me and the words will come anatomy so that was the hard part after a while just to remind myself. You got to get some sleep. You're going to burn out. Well i don't. I don't think you burn out. You know i was listening to you. Talk and then. I've watched several of your podcast that you've done with a lot of other people and i was wondering in my mind if you would be great rapper. Because you're so poetic and you put words together so well and i wonder if you've ever thought that well yes and look. I know what i do is wrap it. you know. and the orig- originally written my favorite rapper. The original rapper. Bob dylan that guy. Rapper man if you ever listen to bob dylan. That's what he's doing wrapping. He's a folk poet but he was a rapper so yeah i do have a tendency in an affiliation for for for putting music to words and you know i speak lyrically I'll i'll i'll come up with the slang or jargon that'll that'll look that that feels and sounds and tastes like a like like a title to a great rock and roll album and this is how my mind works with with words in a lot of the writings in the book are sort of. Have that sort of like. Oh we're in the rock and roll era right now. We're in the beatnik period of the sixties jack carroll actors spitting out jazz and That's yeah that's a town. My mind computes in put sentences together john..

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Who's pitching tonight? For the Reds? Vladimir Gutierrez, an Ohio native, Erik Lauer will go for the brew crew. What about what about Hunter Green? And that the Ledogar? What about Hunter Green? Looks like he's going to head for Triple A Louisville today today, and Nikola Dolo is still in double A Why Well, it looks like Randy Johnson. We'll see if he's here by the All Star break. You never know. Let me ask you a question in the bullpen yesterday. Of course, some but blasted the bullpen, but they got it done yesterday. You Yeah, They got it done. You gotta be. Thank you. Say yes. If you look at tennis, Djokovic say in his prime, which is right now playing some of them from from the 19 sixties. There'd be no chance that the best player in the 19 sixties could even compete with Djokovic. Not even close. If you would take Jack Nicholas. With today's equipment against Tiger Woods. I think you'd be a push. But if you look at something like baseball, you can take Bob Gibson and he could pitch today. But in football you take a player from the 19 sixties, completely non competitive tennis. Noncompetitive. What is it about today's athlete that is different or better? What is it about today's baseball players? They're a bunch of wussies. For example, the picture He's warming up between any Sonny Gray and, like blows out his groin you got the moose is running the first base and hurts him. He should be back. So Nick sends l is hurt again. Are there always should be back by the All Star break along with Michael Lorenzen? Coach Li Meyer. Is there a disabled list and volleyball? Jack Carroll. You wanna answer that had a stress reaction and we just had to play by ear. You chewed it off. When I was a Deer park. I would choose if something hurt me. I chewed it off and kept on playing. We just kept playing. We had a few other injuries, but I mean, the team just kept. There's no disabled list. You don't like quit for the next two weeks, and I.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Air closed with the parks are open. Like Stone. ABC NEWS Anaheim, California A sudden teenager has joined the world of dog showing. She's already earned the title of professional dog handlers We hear from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe 18 year old Lily Brenner of Sutton has been around dogs her entire life When I was born, My parents had English pointers and we still have English blenders. We breathe them. So when I was level they told me in the well thing walk with the letters. They called me the puppy socialize, er. So it's really no surprise that four years ago when she was just 14 Lily trained to become a professional dog handler, learning the ins and outs of how to position your dog in the ring had to hold the leash and all kinds of commands. Since then, she's participated in numerous dog shows with her three core G's Dante Bliss and charm. I think my dogs enjoy doing it. I think they have fun. They perked up when we get to a show surges into spend time with them, work with them and do something we both love is my favorite part of atomic clock. WBZ Boston's news radio. Meantime, horse racing fans are getting ready for the fastest two minutes in sports. Tomorrow is the Kentucky Derby. WBC's Drew Mulholland reports. It's getting busy at Churchill Downs ready to run for the Roses. Here's the biker chick. Kentucky Derby. What a race it was last year this year Undefeated, Essential quality is the 2 to 1 favorite. I just spoke with retired jockey Jeff Johnson at Churchill Downs right now, who was helping all the jockey? Check in as part of his job with the Jockey's Guild Jack Carroll, coming in violence that you can see it through their math, pretty cool scene, he says. Happy the weather like there's a lot of excitement here From then he's been around Churchill Downs his whole career I had to know. Is he picking a winner? I'm not already Then Drew Mohammed WBZ, Boston's news radio. Ah, local Olympic Star says Now that she's retired from the sport, she's made it her mission to shine a light on the realities of mental health. Needham native Aly Raisman says she's struggled with her mental health for years. She so could speak, or she spoke with CBS this morning about it. Gymnastics is so amazing that one of the things I've struggled with is worrying so much about what other people think about me and people pleasing because It's really a lot of the sport. And so it's really hard Tonto kind of dig in and really look inside myself and be happy with you. I am Raisman says Tomorrow she'll host a virtual world wellness break marking the start of mental Health awareness month. Washington now, and there's been talk about this lately, but it is official President Biden's rescue dogs or about to get a formidable companion. First lady Jill Biden has let the cat out of the bag. She is waiting in the wings, she tells NBC's today show. The first family is adopting a kitty. How will it go over with first dog Major who has been removed from the White House twice over nipping incidents? That was part of his training. They took him into a shelter with cats. Secret Service. Yeah, and he did fine, though their three year old rescue has had some trouble adjusting to his 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue surrounds, Mrs Biden assures he is such a sweet Lovable dog. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News It's 6 21. What people have said to me. I waved to Kristin when she goes by. Can she.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Vicinity. Who is one that just makes you got strep yourself east of this one. Yeah exactly shaw. What is bad. What is it about the fish man. That watts up is terry. He's got quick fate very quick fate. He sort of plays the game like he's playing. Colour judy's quick reaction times. He when you think is about to get pinned. He finds a gap to slide into Angle instagram bar. That says slow fate donate. He plays like that. If a bit of tech dogs does he just had just getting the are fast right now. I've asked me at one goal. I off but i'll just be over the preseason the hyphen every team's gotta hyphen your hyphen. Sam betrays satan. It looks like it must be starting to click for him. Last year was even on the thursday. Know that we just saw each seem to just get a little bit bigger. He's a little bit more once i- confident but he's got the ability to go one on one with people knowing that he has got the saws he's just not gonna get pushed outside. Is he another one that you can see. Hyper say that yell. Think he east hamis especially after eighty-one guys. What's that the spree It's tom isn't it. It is time top ten. Pick fifth season Pick six seminars. Gone onto the halfback law enough after sort of being drafted as a mead fuel slash. How fullwood so he's adjusting to this new role. I think there are a where taking a step back to go forward. Eighteen long-term are there's a little bit of patience needed with him but the potential and and that's the that's the hard work size his account because we say it all the time. He's lost dangerous word when it comes football potential. A lot of it as i. I've got to ask you about the gone forward that you recruited over i christmas but you you brought onto least actually alas playa that you brought on the oscar. Mcdonald's you just see him having a career best knowledge in front of goal the other night when he slowed with is too big majors because apparently album now going to be targeted game during the trial period. I'll be honest review after his first. Preseason game against essendon. I'd take notes during the game on what you just said. We cannot have oscar. Mcdonald's and within three weeks he's played a game come on kick two and a half. He's shot may up. I didn't say it coming. I can rely on it. But i definitely didn't say auditing humor law but just to know that there's a you'll have crack and that's the thing you you'll have a crack and you want those plays that'll have a crack. You can take the skill. But if the wills note they plays out of the goodness crisis. Colorado a few of the year on picked up the top end of china lawrence angolan for one that just went completely authorized. And you just couldn't do it as well. So if we have a look at the things that happened over that the season from twenty one to twenty you did lose one of my fire. He is one of the. I'll have a soft spot for three things. Long-sleeve jumpers and plies in the number seeks now bartha them basically looked like me or up. Because that's what. I used to run around dominating halfback for years but tied simpson or seriously. Every club would love to have a kite. Seem supply for with while he's at one that once again he's not under the right up but he's not he's not he's not up there he's not he's not he's not he's not crips he's not my automated but you've got to have people these because they the blood and guts the heart and soul of the team to have day that's that's a massive hall from a ladyship is big that somebody else now has to pick up just give some was how much is going into your club. Yeah he does. I mean even if you bring it back to local food. There's always that god that's played for many many many years at your foodi clubbers even into his fifties and sixties like his just always of the club and i think he's accountant man. I think every club needs one. He represents loyalty in the sport. Which makes it unique. He also represents a complete generation of supporters. Pretty much you know may my is twenty nine that generation of throughout the entire childhood Until now and unfortunately he played in a very whole time for the football club where everything was just design. It's not his fault that he was dropped into a bad situation. And i think he earned that respect we. I think because he wasn't the biggest player but he got the most out of he's body. I think he's earned that respect outside the the full of the football club and yeah not only will he. You know leave a hauling leadership on the field. But i think also teaches. The other players had to be accountant man. So there's another another story to it and and lucky mentioned the slaves. He's missed a slave who he's he's the two 2000s version of robbie flower right all the long slaves. Not not the biggest plug day but mark goodness. He was hot and salt and probably was the club's base for many years. But just never got to play in successful. Ain't gonna get you one fall. It was in these intolerance on a. That's that's seem to a degree. Heave is spun two or three years like the even when the days finished ninety seven. I fly a grandfather. The the next g. That's the sorta stuff that just makes you hit explode. It's not even from bob skilton perspective flight older guys and never applied a phone. All it's sensational plaza on forced. They just get back draw and he's legs. He's gonna live on a quick quick. I have a canes at all are usually role at mccain's questions uber. Now we're on the subject. Or i quit gainesville he was. He's will get hold of fame status. I f l yes now. it's on now. He's off the do i can understand. You want to prioritize those who win flag like get that perception. But i still think you'll find his way eventually. Strive on to ask but i'm just when when you add it all up. Someone like lenny highs getting e waste better for the reason that affect other nas car teams to getting an rick and he's perfect perfect addition to i think if you fly iva three hundred games. It's it's almost like an automatic to a degree because you agree. You can't find that many games for club applying. Afl if you if you haven't got something special. Yes yeah i think i think there's there's others that have gone into that you'd be. They wouldn't be from anybody if they might. Which is awesome. You say you go into the twenty twenty draft. You pick up a corey dude and a thirty seven pick up jack carroll at forty one and luke pox on the didn't have a c. Tube many draft picks because you use the mole on everybody else which is totally understandable and he thoughts Observations on on those three. So yes a corridor is Is a small forward who actually sponsor at blue abroad so reaping young kid from adelaide and we love him good family. He's gonna play football for us in twenty twenty one. I'm pretty confident in saying that we've needed a specialist small full for a while and that's kind of why you start saying cunningham and fish apply. Fold when they. They've been groomed as midfielders from from a young age yet. Cordova and small fold very excited that in very fast high forty jack carroll will probably just developed over the course of easily jelonim prospect at midfield is barmaids kid. I look pox Loving that love using the ability on not gonna say he eased home stewart but the why he plays the he throws himself at foodies. It gives you that. Tom stuart Flashing your mind. He's a very courageous intercept. Defend us a year locked out with those three boys. I think i hope that we needed. Especially because we need a specialist small forward the realities He's gotta.

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Beat poet, publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Beat poet, publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101

"Beach poet publisher and bookseller Lawrence Ferlinghetti has died of lung disease at his home in San Francisco according to his son Ferlinghetti was one hundred one I marches are a letter with a look at his career there are not a lot of famous modern poets but Lawrence Ferlinghetti was one of them he sold thousands of copies of his collection a Coney Island of the mind in the nineteen fifties but he was more than a poet his city lines bookstore in San Francisco was central to the beach movement books by Jack Carroll whack and William S. Burroughs and most famously Allen Ginsberg's poem howl were published through city lights filling Getty performed a poem called loud prayer that was featured in the documentary the last waltz

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven hundred W. L. W. Jack Carroll till nine o'clock Jason Williams after the in the schedule now for a few weeks pretty good all right we are talking about the media we're talking about the trump Sir we're talking about Barack Hussein Obama who has come back in the conversation this week and a lot of it has to do with the material that was declassified in the Michael Flynn case and Jonathan Turley wrote an outstanding piece in the hill this week the title is called the unmasking of Joe Biden I'm gonna read part of that because it really sets up one I want to talk about here and in regards to Barack Obama Jonathan Turley writes the declassification material from Michael Flynn cases expose more chilling details of an effort by prosecutors to come up with a crime to use against the former national security adviser this week however a letter revealed another unsettling detail among over three dozen Obama administration officials seeking to unmask plan any investigation was former vice president Joe Biden this revelation came a day after buying denied any involvement in the investigation of Flynn it also follows the disclosure of the president Obama was aware of the investigation for three years many of the media have expressed horror at the notion that the trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the twenty sixteen eleven Alexion we now know there was never any credible evidence of any such collusion that testimony includes Evelyn Farkas we're gonna hear from her in just a moment but the motives of the Obama administration officials are apparently not to be questioned rights Jonathan Turley indeed back when candidate trump said the Obama administration was placing his campaign officials under surveillance the media universally mocked him that statement was later proven to be true the Obama administration used the secret foreign intelligence surveillance act that's called Faiza to conduct surveillance of trump campaign officials so with all these elevations they came out this past week about what happened in the final days of the Obama White House but do you think about it and during the course of the eight years of the Obama administration and you gotta be honest about it and if you're like me you suspected you might have known but at the very least a suspected that the evidence was there but you just chose not to see it or seek it out the media certainly didn't all along we saw all the evidence that Barack Obama it was most likely the most corrupt power hungry narcissist president and his administration was a reflection of that you can pick any one of the former Obama administration office holders and really lay out a fascinating and convincing timeline of corruption and illegality the content these people have for the constitution for regular people like you and me they truly feel as if they are the annoying ones touched by the divine hand of the creator to instruct the masses the rest of us how to how to conduct our miserable little lies because they really are the only ones that matter the rules they pass for the rest of us need not apply to them I was watching Tucker Carlson the other night when he was talking about various members of the Obama administration and how they brazenly just flat out lied time and time and time again about general Flynn about the president the trump was a a platen of a puppet of Vladimir Putin and all the entire made up phony Russian collusion story so at one point he's talking with Evelyn Farkas she was in the defense department under Obama so that made her a favorite of the cable news I mean she was you talk about flavor of the month she was flavor about six months that while that I've been maybe a little less than six months but she was definitely the flavor they loved her and they still you know they they still do they still love to have on people like her people who work for Obama in room one right in his administration because you see this means they have gravitas this means they're knowledgeable they were any orbit they were up close to Obama they got to see how he did what he did and surely I mean some of that some of that must've rubbed off on them and so that makes their word almost you know next to the word of god and so then if either of these former Obama acolytes say something happened that it must be true as if it were you know Moses coming down from the mountain with the tablets so these people get teed up routinely to bash trump and tell everyone with a group that you know this this phony made up seriousness just how deep in the pocket of Putin trump was and the danger that he poses to the United States and how something should be done about it and surely when all the investigations were over the American people would see just what a bad man trump really is and he really stole that election from Hillary Clinton so when they do this when they have people like this song especially M. S. N. B. C. CNN the anchors and analysts in this show hosts like making Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough don lemon Rachel Maddow Anderson Cooper wolf Blitzer George Stephanopoulos Chuck Todd Jake tapper that mean the list goes on what do they do they all turn their heads to the camera they not very serious very solemn boy what what a terrible thing these trump voters have done so let's go back to Evelyn Farkas alright who by the way is running for Congress now in in New York she was on with Mika Brzezinski this goes back to March of twenty seventeen okay March of twenty seventeen and here she lays out the that she has all this information she knows she knows that trump colluded with Russia and here she has landed out with mechanisms urging my former colleagues and and frankly speaking the people on the hill it was more actually aimed aimed at telling the hill people get as much information as you can get as much intelligence as you can before president Obama leaves the administration because I had a fear that somehow that information would disappear with the senior people who left sensor is hidden away in the bureaucracy that the trump folks if they found out how we knew what we knew about their the staff the trump staff dealing with Russians that they would try to compromise those sources and methods meaning we would no longer have access to that intelligence so I became very worried because not enough was coming out into the open and I knew that there was more we have very good intelligence on Russia so there you go to listen to what she was saying there almost all of it the L. on most every syllables a flat out lie she admitted in her under oath testimony that she knew nothing not only did she know nothing she shows the arrogance of the typical Obama it here and we needed that intelligence trump people they don't have any business with that they can't be trusted they can't be trusted knowing what we know so I want to play the other a smaller portion of what she said there and sort of the way she says it hit that that the trump folks if they found out how we knew what we knew about their the staff the trump staff dealing with Russians that they would try to compromise those sources and methods meaning we would no longer have access to that intelligence so listen to that if they found out how we knew what they knew about their staff the trump staff dealing with the Russians and the way she says the way she says I think she caught herself she started to stray into an area where she didn't really want to go and if you listen the way she says that she sort of brings herself back on track to get to the back to the fake Russian conspiracy if they found out how we knew what we knew about their staff the trump staff well exactly what was she talking about how did she know how does the why was he so concerned about them finding out about how they knew about them so I was listening to that and thinking about that in a sort of jog my memory to something I saw years ago and it comes from of all people Maxine waters Maxine waters on a show called Washington watch posted by Roland Martin and the show was on television it was called the an outfit called TV one I think that's the network that Al Gore owned and then sold it to all the oil people has he continues to fight you know fossil fuels and global warming and all that stuff it was he Kerry cast in for millions and millions and millions so yeah I mean it was Al Gore were through these days a couple hundred million at least something like that so he does see a Maxine waters is on the show with a guy named Roland Martin end up the outfit that was of of course vice presidents the revised president al gore's outfits so it was shortly after being at the beginning of a bomb a second term and I have always remembered this exchange talking about what will become of a bomb after his time in the White House and Maxine waters makes it really clear what you listen to this Maxine waters makes it really clear about how Obama is really interested in holding on to power and apparently she has some insight into how he's going to do it and she lays it out let's listen to Maxine waters will discuss afterwards clear to to to our viewers and listeners is that look this is the inauguration represented the beginning of his second term yes but it also represented the countdown to the end of his presidency that's right and the reality is like anything else you better get what you care while he's there because look come twenty sixteen that's it well you know I don't know and I think some people are missing something here the president has put in place an organization that contains the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life that's going to be very very powerful and who accurate organizing for America these now shifting to become a five oh one C. four that's right that's right and that database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that it's never been done before and whoever runs for president on the democratic ticket have to deal with that they're going to have to go down with that data base and the concerns of those people are because they can't get around it and he's been very smart I mean it's very powerful what he's leaving in place and I think that's what any democratic candidate is gonna have to do is not interesting Maxine waters talking about how then president Obama just getting started on his second term has in place a very powerful database information on everyone.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on KQED Radio

"How did you guys come up with the name because it sounds like like a an aristocrat from like you know North Summerlin in England or something like Warby Parker yeah we have insisted that the hardest thing that we did in those early days was sent on a name at all four of us like to think we still have our spreadsheet and over two thousand names that we tested on our very patient friends yeah too early Jack Carroll lack characters that Dave actually discovered when he went to the New York Public Library exhibit on Cadillac and to the characters were Warby pepper and Zach Parker and that's a good thing and now everybody that joints were B. Parker on their first day on their desk to get a copy of dharma bums I think it is that's the eleventh of were B. Parker after the break Neil and co founder Dave Gilboa will talk about moving that well thought out business plans for the paper and into the real world I'm guy rise and you're listening to how I built this from NPR support for KQ weedy comes from Xfinity Xfinity voice is home phone service that keeps customers connected to family and friends around the world customers also get calling features like caller ID on their TV support I end up also from leaf Cabraser Hyman and burn stain seeking justice for the injured victims of fraud whistleblowers employees and investors in the bay area and.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Jamie Markley David Van Dam and Scott Robert making sense of it all having some fun this is mark Lee Van Dam and robin Jerry Markland David van camp there Scott Robbins okay morning corona virus in a second it's affecting baby Yoda now not cool now it's war not cool okay before we get there Joe Biden has responded to Bernie what's that mean well here Bernie Sanders had this press conference yesterday saying that the political establishment is trying to stop my campaign it's on sale and Joe Biden he was on the today show this morning and he was just responding to that claim okay is ridiculous is ridiculous Bernie I got beaten by overwhelming support I have in the back for commerical community very he got beaten because of this this she's out there drinking a mouthwash or what have he's thinking from both watched he's having a hard time yes there is it's a year doesn't come out yeah it's bad well as it used to anyway go ahead what I have in the back for commerical community burn he got beaten because of suburban women burn you got beaten because middle class hard working folks out there burning you raise a lot more money and I have very so that's how I responded your take on that's got you know he's he's right Hey Bernie this but I gotta be honest with you there is a certain there's a firing squad going on yes I mean it listen Bernie's getting screwed six ways to Sunday here okay the woman doesn't want me just so happens why didn't he go through super Tuesday he was probably promise leading the club Richard got it right exactly yes so the party has a legitimate complaint he does I mean he's a tech I mean he's terrible I didn't I would vote for Bernie because in the end it's the establishment's problem yes would you agree David they created this monster yes yeah it's their fault yeah it is their fault yeah they could've they could've quash this years ago chose not to no because they wanted that big tents they want everybody far far left all the way to the moderates but there's a price to pay gadget had enough people that were going Bernie's way but there are all sorts of problems well first of all the young people then come out and support Bernie the way he thought they would and then yeah I mean his ceiling was always always at a certain point and once you had all of the moderates kind of band together although I would never say Beto was moderate would you David now are you got that right because he was trying to bring over Republicans when he ran for Senate but there's no way you can say that a guy says hello yes we're going to take all your A. R. fifteens Hey guys not moderate two mile itself walls killed all that stuff now he he he position himself pretty far to the west by the way that's the same voice David uses for Napoleon dynamite exactly yes it is there is little nappy D. in battle I I I was going to endorse Bernie Sanders but he he wouldn't give me Stotts so when you say politically but always closer to Bernie then his bag I don't know about that just because better doesn't have an ideology okay Beddoe worships at the altar of better no and Jack Carroll act just want to go out on the road rage over where the wind blows and I'm feeling it yeah that guy he just wants to feel important yes okay I did see this earlier today that I thought was really interesting and it was a dude at USA today that wrote a piece saying you know Barack Obama sat next to me in college they never talked about it before but Bernie should have been in the socialism class okay because all of us young upstarts were all into socialism in nineteen eighty three like what kind of world that could bring us until we took this class and realize holy crap this is terrible this is no way to run a government you know so he said I don't know exactly what Barack took out of this class no he didn't say much he was pretty quiet in the class but if Bernie would have at least heard what we learned in that class he would never have said the things he said about Castro in Cuba yeah because as he put it imagine if it would have been someone making comparison to Hitler and saying it but you know a lot of people quit smoking and the trains were on time now well here is J. him but compared to everything else this person did you just can't say that rates and I think they both you guys were spot on that Cuba thing really hurt burning more than people thought even at the time because he likes to paint a rosy picture of its democratic socialism this is not the same it's not the same we oppose the Thor tarian is and where it's not the same as socialism is not same as communism but then you're on the record raising a communist government yeah I talking about literacy programs like every Cuban was illiterate before Castro rose to power come on man well it it's also and what did they learn how to read the propaganda you care what your own ideas did you hear this story related to the to the Cuba stuff this guy Alan gross he had been a prisoner in Cuba for five years during the Obama administration now he says that Bernie Sanders commended Cuba when the center senator came to visit him while he was in prison he said quote Bernie said quote I don't know what's so wrong with this country that would be K. that's according to Alan gross he he did an interview with NPR now three years ago he had said something to that effect and then walked back because he's like I don't really want the limelight here but but yeah but only there was a delegation congressional delegation in twenty fourteen where you had senators Heidi Heitkamp Jon tester and Bernie Sanders they met with him for an hour and he told this guy who was in prison but he didn't understand why others criticize Cuba yes you lost a hundred pounds and several teeth while he was in prison in Cuba by the way wow okay don't just ask this question real quick is it a fair criticism from someone on the left to say that's the problem when trump says something nice about Kim Jong moon well he's not looking into the eyes of someone who's been victimized by the north Korean regime and saying well I don't know what's so bad about it right just say this in the way we want to run our country and that they usually get to actually get something out of this person is right to the relationship and the goal is actually for the United States right and that's where you know the Bernie campaign is come back and said well I mean the Barack Obama also raise some aspects of the Cuban government again I think you do actually I can't believe I'm defending big but you know you do also have to look at the context meeting meaning the same thing you just said about trump he's wanting something yes it's not just freelancing yeah by the way not all bad they go also like nineteen sixty Chevys the fact what are you talking about the drive to Cuba yeah you like to see her smile yeah yeah diversity that scene from one of the fast and furious movies yes pretty cool did anybody see the trailer for the fast and furious nine it's a commercial with Dodge because I know you think all those movies are stupid David yeah you read me form you know what song is playing in the background what some might even take you off more hells bells AC DC and it's awesome also it's a great song it's a high energy song so I guess I get it so I mean you're gonna go see the movies now not I live in saying that I saw the last one you know I know you did that was the first one and you told me you didn't think was so bad I enjoyed it see it's just mindless fun that is all it is yes some people like Star Wars stuff that's not my thing but I don't judge anybody that likes it you know oh by the way baby okay in the news David well I get to this yeah Hasbro is saying that there are gonna be supply sort shortages of the baby Yoda toy home while this is from Mandalorians yes and people rave about it they really think it's probably the best Star Wars thing that's happened in years I think so I agree with that actually okay I've heard that from several people yeah but they said that Hasbro has factories in China they're still fully operational however there are warning that there will be a delay in actually sending these things out and by the way I mean these these toys are really popular they're already sold out in pre order but there's been a threat of insufficient raw materials for the toys got it you know some of the month slip through the goalie though they're out there coronavirus baby about huge correct and cut a collector's item so okay here we go they will they are items by the way did you say something off there did I catch it do you know something about baby Yoda I know I've seen a little baby okay yeah wait a second you said you've never seen anything Star Wars and thought it was all our I just ran into the baby iota thing I mean I didn't search it out granddaughters no he was something else I don't know what it was and then you watched it right I watched a little bit of a did you enjoy it it's got a cute little boys so you like the whole Mandalorian thing I need to get to the bottom and I don't like the home and I don't know anything about the whole man Laurie well how do you see the baby that I probably saw the commercial for Mandalorian I don't know okay did you seen baby Yoda yeah yeah I know what baby ideas what does it sound like you can skip this week he sort of he but I can't I can't get out of high it's good it's good guess we give little tone to hear that again and get a he he but it's really high I can't get that high all right another week anyway I all right we're gonna have to get RealAudio baby I'm just we're going we don't know you don't need that because I've got this got robin Skinner you just recorded in the the data saved in the south bank Scott right that thing we brought up my disease he the real baby Yoda that's great something also want to get to FAA.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With the giants mostly playing right field with Lillian setter then the jets traded due to the Braves and also said your plane right alongside Hank Aaron you're in center field and Erin was in right field so maybe you could settle this argument who is better Willie Mays or Hank Aaron well it is good to have been axed a lot you know even before I retired as a player hi who is poor it is way I've William Blair was a better place hi Carol was a better hitter I'm bad I'm a say in the true of the if you look at the numbers heck was thirty to twenty whatever it heater and now put their beds ball player that I ever saw a play with no manager was was really made that other managers here but when it came to steal a base or take their driveways or hit a walk off home run he he was the guy spectacular god all right so with that that's a very interesting analysis so and you you and out of that maybe your greatest season overall offensively playing alongside Hank Aaron when you went to the Braves would hit three twenty seven and twenty seven home runs and what not there's a big swing and a miss by Jason Castro and the the count him as one ball and one strike runners at second and third the giants having gone to their bullpen here with the the right hander now in the ball game and that is obese haha P. A. R. R. A. and there's a a fastball at ninety four miles an hour the Mrs too and what would you say to oldies pada pilots yeah Bakula all right Sir and you discuss with them what you just told us the your maze and analysis you you have a lot of stories about them the two of them playing alongside them in your book yes well I any mileage with a giant I was center fielder when they're brought me over there they had us in a field or a so they put me in right field and then I got traded to the Braves and they had ever I feel that out so that I would like to be a center field but anyway it was great to play with those those guys M. both places I felt like I was a fan watches a lot of what you will have a play baseball now watch Jack Carroll hit it was a privilege to be with those guys is issuing a found out of play by Jason Castro two balls and two strikes you know we may work about two great hitters you know what's amazing is fully.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The president's closest allies on Capitol Hill Matt gates who gave a fiery speech on the house floor and also tweeted this what I represent more troops than any other member of this body I buried one of them earlier today at Arlington for service members have the courage to fight and die in these wars Congress ought to have the courage to vote for or against them earlier foreign affairs committee ranking member Mike Michael McCall said the resolution would undermine national security even though he does say that Congress maintains authority there's no authorization for the president to go into Iran and Congress does have a role in terms of declaring war and I would argue that the press would have to come to the Congress to get that authorization we'll see more police officers patrolling in the district is part of the city's plan to keep people safe as tensions escalated between the US and Iran they're out there to provide increased visibility inside of areas types of areas I mean we see large crowds gathered other critical infrastructure including government facilities in houses of worship but assistant DC police chief Jack Carroll stresses there is no specific threat the city city officials are also preparing for cyber attacks when asked whether the city's more vulnerable to those work physical attacks from Iran near Muriel Bowser says Iran's known for having a strong cyber approach is so we stay concerned about that have occurred in some WMAL and WMAL dot com federal prosecutors say jail house video no longer exists of the area around Jeffrey abstains jail cell on the day he apparently tried to kill himself the US attorney's office in Manhattan telling a judge that jail officials preserve video of the wrong jail cell and then a backup system also failed to capture footage because of technical issues and I've seen attorney says a missing video deepens the mystery surrounding his suicide weeks later the area of Silver Spring notorious for crashes.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Five percent back at Walmart online what's in your wallet terms and exclusions apply Capital One NA never wait for weather the storm teammate forecast at the top at thirty past each hour all news radio WFLA it is definitely chilly out there this morning and even though we'll see a lot of sunshine our high today will only be seventy degrees which is well below average of the light breeze so this evening once the sun sets it gets chilly again with an overnight low of fifty three tomorrow's a sunny day and slightly warmer it seventy four if you're out of the water today north winds at five to ten knots in just a like shop on the bay I'm new satellite meteorologist Leigh Spann the UV index is for right now mostly clear fifty nine degrees in Saint Petersburg forty eight in Brandon and fifty two writers severe weather station news radio WFLA next updated six fifteen on Chris Franklin now for your informational cast of players Jack Carroll scattering Jacobs Jeff Kirk and all that not only are quickly you're listening to AM Tampa Bay good morning it's ten minutes after six anorak your brain coming up here in just a moment so if you want to play eight hundred nine six nine nine three five two but in the meantime we will check in with arcade along who is checking out the morning cavalcade here now what we funding well tell you Jack we have pretty light volume out there on the road so far this morning from the floor central credit union home loans traffic center don't have any big accidents no big delays so far on the interstate two seventy five moving well through Pinellas and Hillsborough county's dive Abrams on I seventy five were also in good shape on I for both east and west bound the expressways.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"And unexpected ways coming up. We'll hear how beat writer Jack Kerouac couldn't cope with the solitude while working king as I look out in the Pacific northwest by the end of his stint he had developed several invisible friends and he was having a highly competitive poker tournament with the mole. Tom Terry Tempest Williams reminds us how the erosion and the Utah Landscape holds lessons for our times suddenly the Colorado River was running red people were stopping taking pictures laughing all drenched and you just think this is what matters and this is what cleans our souls and Becky Lomax Amax explorers more national parks she not the Wilderness at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. North Dakota has a fun site to the had. These silly prairie dog towns where the prey dogs are running around. I'm there so-social end their funding. It's all ahead on travel with Rick. Steves come along Terry. Tempest Williams has found that erosion has a lot to say about the times we live him. She explains what the desert has been teaching her likely a little later in the hour. Our plus Becky Lomax recommends ways to immerse yourself in nature at a national park. That's in just a bit. Dan Richards is the kind of guy who goes out of his way to experience the solitude of man-made shelters and some of the wildest ends of the Earth in his book outpost. He takes us to ten far-flung post including the CAIRNGORMS at the Scottish highlands frozen Arctic Ghost towns and Mountaintop Shrines Japan not far from my home he also also followed in the footsteps of beat writer Jack Carroll who spent a summer on assignment at an isolated fire watch lookout in the cascade mountains so damn. Where did you go would find this watch tower that Kerouac wrote about I visited desolation peak which is in Washington State and in Nineteen fifty-six Jack Kerouac expense sixty three days there on top of the mountain desolation peak as a file account so his job was to watch for smoke on the horizon where the forested slopes around him might be a light because of lightning striking or misadventure hikers things like that and his job was to radio so in the sightings and he had a turntable before him couldn't osborne fire finder which is really like a little turntable recross has so you could get a bearing breath on them where exactly this pyre smoke was coming from and then another look on another mountain would do the same and then you would have a triangulation and teams of firefighters laugh fighters could be sent to these places to try and put out blazes really before they started now? Jack Kerouac spent sixty three days there essentially working as of as a fire lookout. Why would he spent so much time up there was he was he there too right or was he there to escape? was He there to relax. I think all of those his friend Gary Schneider the pilots are prize winning poet and fellow Buddhist had spent a couple of summers up on Sour Dough Mountain which is a few miles from desolation peak aac although actually to get there would take you a couple of days of solid hiking such as remoteness of these areas and Schneider said to karaoke that fire lookout not it afforded great leisure to write but you had to keep your wits about you and you had to be on a good with your own company and Karak's saw this I think as an opportunity to get work done but also ever since he was a young child he really wanted to be an outdoorsman. You know to go and spend time by himself and discover who really he was. In solitude solitude had always been this great undiscovered thing for him but then when he actually went when his he actually spent these sixty three days he got fairly depressed and valley crazed and fairly Farrell very quickly klay by the second week he'd smoked all of his tobacco he was smoking coffee grounds by the end of his stint he had developed several invisible friends and he was having a highly competitive poker tournament with the mall. He's curled around in a tiny attic. You have to imagine this outpost is like a little shanty Belvedere sort of like almost a conservatory because he needed three hundred sixty degree views of all the mountains around him to do his job nope so he has his tiny little attic and he crawled up into the attic and he'd read all of the newspapers that were up there for insulation he had made made all these notes but he'd gone pretty crazy and I think as with so many people when they go to the wild places that idea of what they'll be like and the reality was vastly different for him but then later he wrote about his stay he wrote about the stay three times in three different books. It's in the dumb bombs it's in desolation S. elation angels and he wrote about it in his essay collection lonesome traveler and each time that he writes about it. He reframed himself as better at being being alone as a better outdoorsman I think than he actually was because he you know a year today that he came down from his mountain area on the road was published in his life changed overnight. You know he went from a position where he couldn't get arrested this guy you know everyone knew about Qarawat but nobody wanted to publish him and then almost overnight on the road comes out and he turns into this almost Proto Dylan TV radio age superstar where his time has his own anymore anymore. You know everyone wants to buy a drink. Everyone wants his unpublished material to publish and for a quite addictive personality to put it mildly of Karaoke Harak. This was the worst thing in a way that could have happened to him and I think he looked back on these sixty three days of solitude as both a missed opportunity in a way that he wished wished he'd been better suited for it but also is how c and time because he never knew that kind of silence again his life became overnight blaring loud he became public property. That is such a fascinating story. I mean this time on the watch. Tower really was a a threshold for him wasn't it it was the making king of him in a way but also it was the breaking of him and I put myself in Karak shoes and I imagine the shame that he felt when he had to radio in a plea for help for more tobacco so for some food you know because he wanted to be the guy who could own it. You know own his stint almost in a kind of military way. I don't think it's coincidence that a lot of the Look House that the US Forest Service have now they're veterans you know people who have been trained to look after themselves right and Karaoke imagined agent. He was like that but then when he actually got there when he actually set himself up he discovered he was not the man he thought he was. This is travel with Rick Steves talking with Dan Richardson isn't Dan wrote a fascinating book outpost a journey to the wild ends of the earth then work specifically talking of the ten outposts that Dan did visit in discussing cussing is book. We're talking about the outpost in my home state of Washington. It's desolation peak in the North Cascades and Dan you don't just call an Uber and go there. You have to earn earned these spots. What was it like getting to the desolation peak fire lookout we drove north to place Bellingham and then we turned off the main lane highway and we began to we went east fezzet tango concrete which was a Cadillac had pegged as the last five and dime before you know you really hit the Wilde's? I spent a night in a place called mob amount and that was where I had a motel and then the next morning I went to the ranger base back on a stir so it could store all oh my food away from my tent 'cause I was camping up there and then carried on a meal following the Scott River and you go up past the Ross Dams uh-huh there are three amazing dams there and you keep going and then you'll really really beginning to get over the kind of battlements and in to this kind Kamei's savage fortress of the cascade mountains and then in my case what I did was I had on my kit and I got a boat up Ross Lake with an amazing using Guy Code Malachy who you know he looked like a young neil young and he had this brilliant fast boat and so we rocketed up this lake and he really has the the monopoly on boats on the lake and Croats time he went up far slower than I did and then you get the foot of desolation peak itself and you spend the rest ed as so you're on your second day by this point zigzagging your way and foot slogging back and forth on these happen turn paths all the way up the mountain and and then you get your campsite and maybe pitch a tent and you put all your stuff in your back and you put it far away from your tent and in my case I carried on up over a false summit to the actual talk and it was there that I met the current fire lookout a man could jim heavily and it was amazing to me him because as you say I was imagining odeal my own up there but no there's Jim and he's I think he just missed Vietnam. He was in the hundred and first the storied hundred first Airborne Division and so I'm up there with Jim and he immediately offers me coffee and we're in this amazing glass paneled space of his fire lookout and it was such chip privilege to be there and talk to this man but then you went all that way and what a journey to get solitude and then you find Jim up there and I would imagine Jim Spin and stuck up there with nobody to talk to. You've ventured all the way there to have solitude and you're just like somebody to talk to for this guy. If he's interesting that would be maybe wonderful folk but if he's not interesting. Wouldn't it be a huge disappointment for you in your agenda to get away from it all absolutely in a way I think every book that I've written it. Has this crux point where things are either going to go really well or they're gonna go really badly and I knew I would get up to the top of desolation and I've may be meet this one individual and either he would be incredibly welcoming and he would say come on in and have a look. You know this outpost or he would say no. You can't come in. I don't WanNa talk to you. Go Back Down County attend. There's nothing for you all because you don't make an AIRBNB I mean you're you're. You're just not gonNA say hi and he'd go. Where'd you come from? Get outta here or come on in have a cup of coffee exactly 'cause the fire lookout is still in use. Jim is very much a working watchmen and also he relays a lot of radio signals in the area so he is an important guy in the area. Did he looks welcoming yeah. He left me alone. I left him alone being on a mountain. You know all you you have to do is walk twenty meters and a direction. You are entirely alone in that savage fortress of the North Cascades has such a beautiful way to put it so when you're up there and you have a magic moment. You've got your solitude. You've got your vast view in the sun's going down. What was the moment it was just bliss really it? It was happiness I was exhausted having hike tool that way and then to be in that particular building little shed the glass shed this pagoda owed style outpost with this excellent man Jim we had coffee and we watched the mountains turn from pink to blood red to the million and through all the pope was you can imagine and then night came on and we were talking and I went back down to my tent and halfway through the night I was woken up by a Ba- yeah I mean you can't get any better than that. I don't think that's the sort of thing I love. I just love this notion. That travel can be transformative. It must be transformative love to go to a place like that that is so pristine so alone and then when you come back home you are different. Let's your take on. What's the value of this and and why.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Him the only way to really demonstrate how closely knit these communities are he is for me to walk over and can be with those who suffered and to get my condolences to the people what is what is so this just feels like the right thing to do and and it feels very much like what we've always done in this by national I like Scott how he now if he says he's the only one who can show how tight knit these communities are this guy you know when this when he drops out eventually because he's going to have to I mean he's going to run out of money and then no one cares about him anymore have you ever seen a guy's stock falls so fast so quickly though I have not I mean from the cover of Vanity Fair to the next Kennedy the Kennedy ask to Obama ask bell Rourke is a punch line now a punchline nothing he says rings true none of it America fell in love with his image of Jack Carroll lack the soul of America I'm gonna travel around still somebody pointed out you got kids at home idiots raveling around the country to find my soul shut up and that was the first to be you know that was the first building block that was pulled out from under it and it's been a crumbled massive crumbles sense that because now we know them there is nothing but an empty suit that's it he is a figment he is almost Hollywood walked off the set the young guy energetic almost be Ted Cruz you know hi a Republican in deep red Texas and he and and then it was the cover it was all brought then it was the view and then it was the cover of Vanity Fair massive interviews and all the major newspapers they wanted him so desperately to be that guy and he was proving to be a complete fraud complete fraud does have the slightest idea I mean I've seen that media be hoodwinked before by people but to that degree was really a precipitous fall is when this whole thing started it was who will battle selector run with him yeah it wasn't bad I was gonna lose better always polling right now what what about three percent somewhere around there is terrible because he's he's so transparent about it he said yes that one not here right I'm not here to campaign that's what great word for it yes I'm gonna stop I'm gonna stop and do a TV interview yes because it's up to me it's up to me to show you people how closely knit these two communities are even though they're on their in different countries I mean this Jack **** streams a hair cut that he's getting a teeth cleaning and things that people want to see it yeah is so convincing consumed with self I mean get hourly look at me I'm in Mexico because I care shut up.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Twitter at Jimbo talks and of course we talk about some serious and momentous things of this program but a steady diet of that can get old so we thought we would take a little break tonight I'd return to one of our favorite guests in the a less serious vein doctor knowledge Charles right bloom joins us this evening a good to have you back on the program thank you for our great Jim always pretty good the wonderful being with you well thank you very much for that for those who don't know your background tell us about it and how you became known as doctor knowledge loading dock noise was given to me by a some talk show hosts around the country there's one Kansas city and I think the other in Houston and the names of my original books were Norwegian and not show so of these three guys came up with the name doctor Norwegian it sounded pretty good so we've used it ever since in my website is Norwegian industrial dot com named after my first books by current book go as a different name it's cold the all time book of fascinating facts and what I've done in the gym is just take the best of all the stuff I've collected over some fifty years I have no youngsters had been collecting your would would like Baker interesting fascinating facts of for most of my life and that Sony I put the best of what I think is the best of the stuff I have I in this new book in a couple years of picking up new new stories too and it's called the open book of besting packs and we just try to cover the field of everything from presidents to to baseball's roots and everything in between and it is really great stuff I'll just quote the endorsement of the cover of the book from a county Lloyd the former general manager for CBS radio news the information here is fabulous and so appealing because of the I bet you didn't know spirit in all of us who like to stop our friends and savor the interesting information for ourselves and I think that that that sums up in in a nut shell I've always been attracted to to questions of of trivia if you will I suppose it's probably a driven the popularity of the game shows like good jeopardy for example would you think right no question about it the people so many people love Caribbean I I personally yet you know I I don't like the word trivia because I don't think it's who is this up we try to collect I don't think it's trivial it you know it's something we should know it's interesting to note of fascinating to know surprising you know there's so many surprising facts this is just amazing it is an issue on cover them you know it's just bring you a real quote when you when you get a good fact it's really surprising and also you have some fun quizzing other people in the end the doctor knowledge by the way has assembled a few that will lay on you tonight as some of these I'm happy to say I actually knew but not not many but I did I did though a few of them but they all look come from the all time book of fascinating facts were at one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six I know you're especially big and one of our key stations KDKA a radio ten twenty in the in Pittsburgh so all of you Pittsburghers out there feel free to take another crack here at the doctor knowledge on the the jumbo headed show one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six as for the title being given you by various talk show host let's go back even before that was there a point in your life at which you could say you began to show an inclination in the direction of collecting these facts absolutely Jim I was got a job as an intern at the radio station when I was in high school I was fifteen years old and since I was the youngest one there they had me working on July fourth that was you were you were there and we didn't have computers in those days of course is more than fifty years ago the news came over teletype's and my job in the newsroom was to tear off the stories that came came in on the teletype and hang them up on nails was a nail there for news sports finance whether it's a projector and feature stories in on this July fourth weekend that I was working the story came over the teletype openly so she the press the three of the first five U. S. presidents all died on July fourth another boy that you know the **** amazing fact I didn't know I remember learning that in school and I looked it up it is true the first voting credible the three the first by presidents would all die on the same date a to begin with all of them related causes and of all the dates of the year was July fourth but that's exactly what happened and not just any not just any July fourth right the first the error of the second president John Adams of the third president Thomas Jefferson both died on the same July fourth July fourth eighteen twenty six which happened to be the fiftieth anniversary of the declaration of independence and Thomas Jefferson had written basically re II was the author of the decorations and he was the author at the urging of John Adams who said I am but I but I don't write as well and and and people hate me so it's Tom should righted so they were both involved as well interesting story Adams was the chairman of the committee he had been appointed by the cardinal Congress to head the committee to write a decoration independence he didn't wanna righted himself and Jefferson was only thirty three years old at the time and Adams Jefferson to actually do the writing of the declaration of independence interesting little story there we have in the book it was a real hot summer in Philadelphia that summer and he wrote the he spent about a month writing the decoration in the up stairs of a building that's still there and in the bottom of the building is a McDonald's that that's that's where our famous decoration independence was basically written and and by the way we should note also that the words that we know we hold these truths to be self evident that was the product of the committee eventually re writing and this Jefferson put a desecrating his work he didn't use those words of the very the draft that he produced that was the result of the committee second guessing maybe even after they had him write it but one of the thing but I'm sure you know this and they were gonna take some calls are the last words of John Adams yeah he said Jefferson lives and those Adams was in Massachusetts and of course there is no instant communication in those days there was no radio or TV or even telephones so Adam's didn't know the Jefferson had died earlier that same day that same July fourth and just to punish the great factor Jim the fifth president James Monroe died on a July fourth he died on July fourth eighteen thirty one so I was the fifth anniversary yeah and what are the odds of me just to go back what are the odds of three of the first by prisons with all done on the same date of all the dates in the year all the computers five days it would be July fourth of all the gin joints in all its out now we're we're getting up to the other other matters of other knowledge by the way yeah Tom calls in from Pittsburgh before mentioned Katie K. A. Lister hello Tom welcome a good image heroes sure do miss your misinformation Dr what thank you eight is your are your books are registered with the congressional library for the blind and what many would be awesome big doctor knowledge or your real name or what it would be my real name this book is we have not done on tape yet we do have two books on tape and the penguin Random House company has those that's the only place to get them and it's called it's in a not show there are two books there are few and they still have them but we did them about twenty years ago but they they still have them but my new book we just admit time yet to put it on tape we will but I might say the I I purposely made the type a little big in this book good for people the the you know have some vision problems of the book is a bit easier to read than the average book okay thank you very much thank you for your call Tom and your listeners ship one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six with our guest Charles right bloom the man better known as doctor knowledge and this is Paul calling in from Kansas city hello Paul hello Dave sick my call sure doctor knowledge you're the you're the greatest we could use more books like that that's wonderful I I love your stuff so I have two questions for you first is how many times I'm trying to some queue doctor knowledge how many times does the number nine appear between the numbers zero and one hundred degree question in most people miss a question of the number nine is between zero and one hundred most people will say nineteen great or can but the answer is twenty because most people heard that there are two nines in ninety nine so I always have my students I am a teacher and have them go to the math teachers and a half from now it's down to math teacher so that's great I think in question is are you familiar with the TV show the office the office the American the American version no no I'm not I don't guess I am either now okay okay never mind that question then could you share with me one interesting fact about Jack here lack and might not know he's up I'm a huge fan and maybe you would know more about him than I do he was the original beatnik writer and he wrote the book on the road and we are told he wrote it off of of roles of what amounted to teletype paper is to save continuous sheets almost like like scrolls and that's the sum of my knowledge about Jack Carroll XO what can you tell us in addition to that that's about the same as Jim you you have it as I said before Jimmy were very good you really are my mind is cluttered dry holes good stuff the the yes I guess I guess we get to a whole lot more Pollack said he was a man ahead of his time obviously the the beat generation when he first came out he was just weird and and so what are you he was still where did the end but at least he was weird with company thank you very much yes Sir and and by the way thank you for being a teacher one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number one eight six six Bible five four six two six a doctor knowledge Charles right bloom our guest and the his latest book is titled the all time book of fascinating facts he has a few.

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"jack carroll" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jack carroll" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In LA when he was a teenager outing Nick swaggy P. young as personal life on social media that he's grown up a little bit into an all star yeah so lots of things going on the wires are going to acquire de Angelo Russell and to make room for him salary wise have to ship off Andre eager dollar and appears they'll ship them off to Memphis whoever you read mage's buy him out and make him an unrestricted free agent but he cannot come back here right it's this is a J. D. O. gaskets rule or something you get but when you get in the NBA audio guy gets every time there the Gasquet's known in the Ural Mountains in Russia for years I was under the weather would deal Gasquet's he he he I would ask is yeah let's start with the rant I'm the poly mac reaction I told you guys on Friday that was my guess Brooklyn all along that he's just as is a different cat he's in he's a cat on the movies a wanderer his arrest like the Jack Carroll after the fact your next song was going to be the Kevin Durant he's a thanks to roam around for Katie is is you know always leave in town my head but wait speaking of which did Gary ever knowledge is all we know it's funny I didn't hear him play it but then I got like a really heartfelt note not from Gerry but from crew Kruger who said he he was almost emotionally love the song very much yes yeah but you don't I listen I heard on Friday yeah and I also by the way there was a just and get knocked around here for just a second all that's okay bigger departure Durant eager dollar Randy I'll show you Jerry I mean say there's a right here in the thirties you can write a song to doing to reassess though for second based on this sound bite marks and I was Medicaid be I would say the first what's your second line yeah after that you will and in the bay area that's good news for us that means now we're number one I.

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