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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:42 min | Last month

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Evening Fox's Chris de Mayo has more Part of the garage which was being demolished came down after a concrete slab on the 9th floor collapsed Boston fire commissioner Jack Dempsey says a construction worker operating a crane fell over the side of the garage when the structure collapsed that worker was found under a pile of rubble and was pronounced dead at the scene There is no word on the condition of the second person who was hospitalized Chris de Mayo Fox News Republican U.S. congressman Jeff fortenberry of Nebraska is resigning effective March 31st This comes after a California jury convicted him of lying to federal authorities about an illegal campaign donation from a foreign national A small Jesuit university in New Jersey making history during March Madness fox's Nate foy explains from Jersey City New Jersey This team is stunning everybody who cares about basketball in the entire country but perhaps people on campus less than others This program does have a history of success This program has won four conference titles which means they've been in the NCAA tournament four times Of course this year is unlike any other that they've ever had The first 15 seat ever to reach the elite 8 So of course people on campus are very excited about this and they're coming here to the recreational life center to watch their team play One of Oscar night's most prominent nominees is sitting out the ceremony Lin-Manuel Miranda shared the news on Twitter that his wife tested positive for COVID-19 even though he has tested negative himself he'll stay away from the ceremony out of caution Miranda is up for an Oscar for best original song for dos aretas from the animated film and canto Should he win he would attain rare EG OT status meaning he'd be an Emmy Grammy Oscar and Tony winner I'm Jessica stone This is For all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles class dot com dulles glass love your glass I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened There was a sudden jolt and our summary crashed on the sea floor We were in total darkness That's doctor Dijon figueroa a marine biologist and stem teacher talking about a deep sea dive she'll never forget It's funny When I was a kid I was afraid of the ocean and there I was two miles below the surface But as a scientist you prepare for that Using our training in a little creativity we fix the sub and finish our experiments The dive was just too important Every dive gives us glimpses at things few people ever get to see blowing creatures fiery undersea volcanos When we got back to the surface I kissed the ground and called my mom of course but you know what I wouldn't trade that die for.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Minute. Garner pumping, whipping and driving furiously, and were enormous courage in memoriam came on again, closing the gap with every long, smooth stride. Late on that bright sunny autumn afternoon with shadows creeping across the racing surface, these two Titans of the turf with their brilliant riders driving their mouths forward and synchronized motion provided the best wrong with the most magnificent spectacle of sport. The crowd roar had been swelling to now reach a crescendo as the two locked together just knows his apart only jumps to the wire. The 40,000 on hand at Churchill that day breathlessly spent from what had been a spectacular race as they hit the wire within memoriam on the rail, zaba on the outside, nothing to separate them. Roared some, and memoriam roared others. It's a dead heat, yell one spectator who nearly toppled from a perch on the grandstand roof from all the excitement Jack Dempsey a long time well noted turf observer called it immemorial by a nose. In memoriam the wires flashed in the telephones called out, but wait just one minute. The call came up that zeb had been declared the winner. So close was the finish that will always be to this very day, a matter of dispute among those who sought as to which horse actually had won it. There were no photographically recorded finishes in those days, only three placing judges hovering above the track at the wire, who apparently saw zev's brown nose at the wire, a bear fraction before in memoriams ready bay nostrils. Both riders, sandy and Garner had handled their amounts beautifully, losing owner Kyle whiteman said to winning owner Harry Sinclair it was a race fit for kings between the two best horses ever to be found. It all happened November of 1923, a Churchill downs, a great moment in thoroughbred racing. Visionary design, visceral performance, and innovative technology. That's Lexus. When every detail, every moment and.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

09:50 min | 8 months ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Law. I use the appreciate out with may was is have to change the style because of his hands and of on. I always thought he was a bold in inbox. Who didn't wanna get into scrapes. But obviously now that. I know about the style modem. Why asked to change his style completely understand as possibly the best to the time that i understand that more yeah you have obviously a more respect for an appreciation for what you have to do in his business. It's one thing to be fan-friendly but it's another thing to have a long career and you know that's be realistic. That's be real. That's be honest about this if you're going to have a long career You have to learn to dodge a few of those punches not not all of them but sometimes as you said when it should debut and you're coming out there on the stage you wanna bring the curtain down to the crowd. You couldn't have picked a better way to do it. But i would say moving forward. Move that head every once in a while you know. And maybe if you don't mind me saying and giving you a little advice keep that shit a little lower. I know i know it's a helluva chin. Get it down a little bit. Hide it a little bit. Eight thousand off about two years and years. Being shouts voted for about seven years on a disk. Can i give you a drill to that. Could help you with that if you don't mind In my own little way put put when you get in the gym and you starting. fda finish loosening up and you starting your workout getting. Yeah getting for the mirror and put a little a little glove love. What are those little bag loves. Put it under your chin and and hold and hold it there. You know with two chin low and deuce to five six seven rounds shadow. Boxing at a very modest pace. But just to where you get comfortable which is really not comfortable keeping you in low but you get comfortable keeping your chin lower and and if you want to do some even better put your wallet there. I don't think you wanna drop your wallet. So cut footy while there and tell the people in the gym. Because you're that kind of kid you're kinda put yourself out there. You're kind of kit. The loves a challenge. Tell the people that. Hey if i drop it two times. It's yours so then i got a funny feeling. You're gonna keep your chin down. Yeah keep it would meet the i. I want to say one other thing. About what i saw the ring. Obviously i saw. I see as we're seeing right now of a very careers. Matic good person comes across causes a good person. I don't pretend you know you that well but You come across that way a kid that you could get behind the kit that you could root for a kit. That's exciting kit. That will bring fans. But what i also saw. I saw power. I saw a great chance. I saw a great well. But i also saw great finishing quality where you knew how to finish and not. Everybody knows how to do that. People think that just throw punches. It said it's more complex than that. You have to have been stinks. You have to be common and uncommon environment. You have to be calm when the fire is all around you and you could still see what you need to see through the flames. And that's a quality there's equality it's a mentality to that and the special ones jack dempsey. If you go way back. Joe louis mike tyson. They will good finishes but now just because they had power and they threw punches. Because what i'm talking about. Because they were able to stay calm during that time. And and no what punches to throw no went to step forward and how to step forward or step to the side and i saw something in you. I saw you up against the cage and just before. This hurricane does rainfall of punch to started. I saw what was starting to hurt them. You through a kick behind his knee. Where i said to myself. Wow that this guy faking. He's thinking at all times here. He is in this kind of circumstance and he's rose a kick behind the leg behind the which later on was going to serve a purpose because it was going to keep him from really being able to set himself the way he wanted to or need to set himself. So i see that kick in the midst of orders rain in the midst of all this chaos. I see you call me throw a kick behind the the and then you go on to take it outside to the middle of the cage where you're going with your punches i to myself. This guy has two qualities to be a special finisher is any truth to what i saw. Yeah so be honest. I let me fights decision I don't like that all on if you cheat me and say i'm days that sequence. The flying nate the push not opponents against the wall and thrown. Just that's what we do in our jim. It's a finnish. We way at home getting so many against the wall so the nowhere to go the nikon. Lean your head shots against the cage on the new just bumped to sits on a daily bucks coach by bowman. I just by bondeman so has ad off the shoulders on a. That's what plans do in all media. Fc fights from outside and put on a show for people and finished. I am finished it's on the field on the grounds. I am a finnish. I think we'll seven. Zero wins only fold of the movement. The decision thank god. Like seventy fifth round finishes she would like the on. I'm gonna kloden cell phone continuing to do though. I think piteously kazahstan. So you'll have a high fights iq. I think that goes into what you'll saying with the finishing up being bernie by high at nine sites and now let's lights next lights on the bbc as he fights on. I'm only twenty six. You got everything and funny you win. I guess what. I'm saying. What i did say and i often say i wanna give credit to people in your sport and in my sport that the good ones the ones that are going to have that kind of career to the next level in that consistency in a career that longevity in a career there more than just tough then more than just strong more than just fast the smart. They're able to be smart in an environment where most people couldn't be smart with. Most people couldn't keep their thoughts together in that kind of environment that kind of uncomfortable environment. And that's equality a comes from your upbringing and comes from your personality comes from the disciplines that have been part of your life the lessons that you've been through the journey that you've been true but it's equality that gets developed or doesn't get developed and you have to have quality you probably be shaka I'm always say luckily my city. My city we say scouse not english People honest because we've been forgotten about by disciplines before them by Establishments life to get rid of isis. He basically we falls against them full. Bottom that's why you see so. Many fights is from live appeal i think. Boxers emanate vices on also on all different. So it's a welsh life than like sports People like that is just because Assets he's always at the fight that Go on we'll continue to. That have served you well and And i i wish not but the best of luck with your journey you know. Continue to do that. And continue to to give as ration- and motivation and hope two young kids from those areas and other areas that they can say hey. Patty could do it. I could do it thoughts exactly. That's one of the main things i do as well it. I don away at the time. I make a really january. The nowhere to be what i'd be doing i'll probably On mma save a demeaning doing all sorts of mountainous bull. I got an gm and saying by the way at ten and this is Stance insane them either better talents as well away also gets away anyone can do with no mass away from what city kunsi and he could conduct on. That's why it it's another big thing pushing looking kids in the right dot action. You gonna get i. It's great to be an example is great to be a role model. It's great just to give you know direction. Hope to while you have in your own success to take care of yourself and your family. That's that's a great thing. Continue to have that attitude. I want to ask you. And then i'm gonna give it to my my partner. Ken as but i want to ask you. You got your debut now but you're smart kid. I'm serious i. There's just something that tells me.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Time by lexus of lexington. This is a story of one of the ones. Living legends of the american turf who unhappily to relate outlived his legendary status into an ever lengthening twilight of economic hardship and poor health. And who at the age of sixty nine in jacksonville oregon nursing home met the grim reaper. After a prolonged illness on august sixteenth thousand nine hundred sixty eight for many years had been hanger on new york race tracks waiting for that one more chance which never came dreaming of the glory of the nineteen twenties when he was quite literally the toast of broadway in that golden age of sport. He was to thoroughbred racing. What babe ruth was to baseball. Bobby jones to golf bill. Tilden to tennis. Red grange to football. Jack dempsey the boxing and johnny weissmuller to swimming. Each was assembled in the berea. Penta me of their particular sport their names house whole words he. I saw the light of day. That our man of the day so to speak in groton south dakota in november thirteenth eighteen ninety eight of norwegian ancestry and he grew up on a ranch in american falls idaho where he took the riding horses as naturally as the proverbial duct takes to water. He wrote his first official race on january twenty fifth nineteen eighteen and won the first of nine hundred and sixty eight wins and over. Thirty six hundred mounts were nearly three million dollars an enormous amount and that day and age. His lifetime winning percentage was twenty six percent remarkable in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. His contract was purchased commander. J k l ross. Or who's canadian-based stable he wrote such stars milkmaid. Billy kelly and sir barton. He later wrote for harry. Sinclair's rang coca stable in it was in the success of this stable that has star shot across the heavens of or racing with meteoric rapidity. He led the jockey with money. Won in nine twenty one year. He won the belmont aboard grey lag and nineteen twenty-three year he won the derby and belmont with a leg up on john e madden's zev his one thousand nine hundred twenty three records of thirty-nine stakes wins nearly five hundred and seventy thousand dollars in purses were to stand as writing records for more than twenty years. He had a nasty spill at saratoga. Nineteen twenty four and a gallstone operation as well. Sidelining him for some eight months. He had trouble getting mounts on his return to the saddle but to get them out on flying ebony the derby he did and he won in the slop on that one at churchill that same year he won the belmont while aboard mad. Play in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. He won the belmont on chance shot for owner. Joseph widener president of belmont park it was largely under weidner's aegis that he was restored to good standing and march of nineteen twenty eight after he had been suspended and banned from all tracks in the fall of nineteen twenty seven or his right on butto in the pimlico maturity in spite of that suspension. He was a leading money winning. Writer of nineteen twenty seven after. Reinstatement he had the stomach and weight problems and he subsequently hung up tack as it were a race and train horses. He encountered financial difficulty in that venture and ultimately bowed to creditors by dispersing his stable in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine. He came out of retirement to ride for william woodward senior in one thousand nine hundred thirty that year. He was aboard gallant. Fox who chalked up a triple crown. That year's win the belmont was his fifth in that event. Both rider and horse retired in nineteen thirty-one. Our man came out of retirement for a second time to ride in one thousand nine hundred thirty two chalking up thirteen wins and then final retirement and the beginning of a long road to ed jet obscurity. He refused all offers to ride in europe and had a brief fling as sean turner at the star club in new york plus a stint and radio and as a movie producer. None of those would success in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight one back in the game. As a trainer he saddled stagehand for wins in both the santa anita derby on the santa anita handicap. He was that season's leading money winning trainer in one thousand nine hundred forty four. He turned to breeding but that proved to be a disastrous venture. He wants said quote money and me are incompatible in nineteen fifty three at the age of fifty five. He got himself down to writing weight and had ten months and one one of those that victory to phenomenal acclaimed. My my dad. Was that the old jamaica racetrack on long island october fourteenth nineteen fifty-three the effort to make weight had taken its toll from then on until he left new york for oregon he lived in donated room over a long island restaurant eating with friends who relived his past glories the story of this paragon of saddle smith's replete with ecstasies and agonies. Its apogee season parodies. It's in it's nadir's of human accomplishment and endeavor as reaching out for that one final straw recognition is indeed most sad commentary. It does not detract one single scintilla from the composite accomplishment of this man accomplishment switch stamped him indelibly in giant letters. On the pages of racing lor are subject of this dissertation was immortalized through the pen of damon. Runyon in the nineteen twenties. Runyon often watching him ride pendant. Owed and testimony to this man entitled a guy named sandy. He was earl. Sandy.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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Boston Fire Department Create Workshop For Female Firefighters

All Things Considered

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Boston Fire Department Create Workshop For Female Firefighters

"Make up a small percentage of career firefighters in the U. S. And they face unique challenges. Fred Thais reports that in Boston the Fire Department is trying to address that the Boston Fire Department recently put together an unusual workshop for female firefighters Hall of Bruins, a 26 year veteran firefighter. Says the women share common challenges The challenges that I'd say that female firefighters have is pretty much our physical fitness and getting along with, you know our male counterparts. And working together. And as a team, some women still face prejudice. Yes, one firefighter tells the class. The guy in her fire station thinks the only place in the fire department for a woman is as a secretary. Normally women attend Fire department courses along with men, but Fire Commissioner Jack Dempsey realized that some differences need to be addressed. We've done this course for the man and the women certainly were invited, but the physical exercises that's probably the biggest difference, so this was give specifically for women's bodies. Women have a lower center of gravity than men. Boston firefighter Diana McDevitt points out other challenges, I would say being a smaller stature, learning how to use my whole body to do movements rather than just upper body strength. Firefighters learned that they may be more flexible on one side important to know when reaching for something out of fire. Adam LaRue, founder of 02 ex human performance, the training company, The Boston Fire Department hired to run this workshop says Despite physical differences, female firefighters have to accomplish the same tasks has male colleagues. They have to be able to drag and get low, get high throw ladders up overhead. So you can see it's a very physically demanding job. But a lot of people don't recognize that the mental demands to address those mental demands actually ripped a cognitive performance specialist who works with Army special forces. Teaches the women to trust themselves, changing their self talk to recognize those beliefs that hold them back and performing. What are some of those beliefs, for instance, having to prove themselves and if they're not strong enough, you know, and the men are stronger, or at least appear to be more physically fit, Ricky says. In some situations, Women have a physical advantage over men. A smaller person might be able to get through a small window or a cross face to save a baby. She helps the women counter. Another preconception the belief in the perception that women are more emotional or sensitive. Working through this this, you know perspective, and some of the women were saying, You know, I think it's the men that are actually more sensitive. All the instructors in this workshop or women All the Bruins likes that they show a concern for us in a way that they have the same particular feelings or emotions or they understand a different mindset than, say, a male 6% of career. Firefighters in the United States are women in Boston. It's 1%. Since fire commissioner hopes to offer more workshops just for them for NPR news. I'm Fred Thais.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"Unlike a willie mays unlike a baby ruth unlike hank aaron unlike A jack johnson. Unlike a bill. Tilden unlike a bobby jones. We don't have too much archive. We don't have too much material. We don't have too much video of these guys coming. Babe ruth one of the reason why babe ruth is such a myth is because we have so much so little footage of this guy syncing the great ballplayers same thing was such ball players from the negro leagues oscar charleston. Josh gibson those guys. Because there isn't any video of what these guys actually did. We can only go by table. We can only go by death. We can only go by stories there. When you can strewn together a story without the evidence in terms of the actual video of it we can talk about how big fish exactly was. We can determine the size the fish that we caught so mickey mantle hitting a ball. Five hundred something feet. There's no evidence of that. Josh gibson hitting the baseball out of griffith field in washington dc. There's no evidence of that so there's no way to really check now because of video now because of espn now because of technology now because of everything everything is being documented so for those of the younger generation and you talk about patrick mahomes just like when we talk about the greatness of lebron james because like when we talk about the greatness of michael jordan we could tell about the greatness and we actually have evidence to back it up the younger generation. Who's never seen michael jordan play. You can go to youtube. You can go to the certain things and you go watch full games. Michael jordan play. You can watch the greatest games. Michael join so you don't have to rely on mitt. You don't have to rely on old heads you don't have to rely on fables you don't have to rely on your older generation to talk about. How great jordan was you. Don't have to visualize it. You don't have to imagine it you can go to youtube and see for yourself. Unlike babe ruth unlike jack johnson unlike jack dempsey unlike jesse owned for the most part. So now what the younger generation..

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Diamond Jim Moran

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Diamond Jim Moran

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Secluded ghost town of high strangeness. It's just outside of area 51. It's time for a full disclosure of the topics they told us were off limits. Hello, everybody. I'm kindly listen. This is coast to coast Am we are broadcasting from the case will let me let me say that the way it is now I'm so used to what's on the walls and you know I'm just here once in a while, but it's from the 8:50 A.m. 9 41.1 FM. Oh, aye, The voice of Colorado. Yeah, that's the new ways. Even though has been knew for a little while. You know, it's this coping thing anyway, it's in the car studios of I Heart media in Denver home of and we're talking Colorado. Here's well Tim Allen, Jack Dempsey and Dwayne Dawn, the bounty hunter. Yo, Dawg. Look me up, buddy. You're not too far away. That would be awesome. Tonight is the new world Order money here. New World Order. Currency. Is it here? And have you not heard of the like one of the big granddaddy of all alien encounters? Well, you will tonight and we're going to get started because it's time now to turn off the lights and join me for another interesting evening of conversation, much and hated education and the chance that we might get a little closer to the truth of what lurks amongst us. And what is beyond Hi, everybody. Once again. Connie Willis here on coast to Coast am Really people really stories I have suffered.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm kindly listen. This is coast to coast. They am We are broadcasting from the case. But I will let me know when you say it the way it is. Now I'm so used to what's on the walls. And you know I'm just here once in a while, but it's from the 8:50 A.m. 9 41.1 FM K O A. The Voice of Colorado. Yeah, that's the new wave, Even though he's been knew for a little while, you know, it's this coping thing. Anyway, It's in the heart studios of I Heart media in Denver home of and we're talking Colorado. Here's well Tim Allen, Jack Dempsey and Dwayne Dawn, the Bounty hunter. Yo, Dawg, Look me up, buddy, You're not too far away. That would be awesome. Tonight is the new World Order money here. New World Order currency. Is it here And have you not heard of the like one of the big granddaddy of all alien encounters? Well, you will tonight and we're going to get started because it's time now to turn off the lights and join me for another interesting evening of conversation much and hated education and the chance that we might get a little closer to the truth of it. What lurks amongst us. And what is beyond Hi, everybody. Once again. Connie Willis here on coast to coast am Really people really stories I have suffered for years and years, and it was one of the things that.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Everybody. I'm kinda listen. This is coast to coast Am We are broadcasting from the cage. But I will let me let me say that the way it is now I'm so used to what's on the walls and you know I'm just here once in a while, but it's from the 8:50 A.m. 9 41.1 FM K O a The voice of Colorado. Yeah, that's the new ways. Even though has been knew for a little while. You know, it's this coping thing anyway. It's in the heart studios of I Heart media in Denver home of and we're talkin Colorado here as well. Tim Allen, Jack Dempsey and Dwayne Dawn, the bounty hunter. Yo, Dawg, Look me up, buddy. You're not too far away. That would be awesome. Well, tonight is the new world Order money here. New World Order currency. Is it here And have you not heard of the like one of the big granddaddy of all alien encounters? Well, you will tonight and we're going to get started because it's time now to turn off the lights and join me for another interesting evening of conversation, much and hated education and the chance that we might get a little closer to the truth of what lurks amongst us. And what is beyond Hi, everybody. Once again. Connie Willis here on coast to Coast am Really people really stories I.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"Well. Is Pretty simple. If a twitter and Google and the rest of them are going to editorialize and censor an act like traditional publishers. It like traditional publishers and stop receiving the special carve out from the federal government and section two thirty. and. Congress ought to bring in the CEO. What's his name? Jack Dempsey Dorsey? Jack Dorsey, who's over twitter, and they ought to have him explain. Why is company should still enjoy section to thirty protections when it clearly. Has decided to act like a traditional publisher. I mean this could be. One of those will turn points. The rest of social media the the people over there at Google Dave decided that the twenty sixteen. They believe that they can no longer stand on the sidelines that they believe they can no longer a be neutral in their stance anymore, so we know. We know that they've made it their business to make sure the president trump is not reelected in November. That's fair enough. So they should stop enjoying the protections. That other newspapers have. No other news outlets have. Does an also another big pushback going on here in the Great State of Arizona. At eighteen, we are going to talk to attorney. General Mark Burnett Vich because Arizona is suing Google. HAS COMING RIGHT UP..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And I go oh I feel it there it is like I'm like I'm on Sanford and son it's gotten lazy I'm all my god I love Sanford and son three times three times whatever the magical number is the good news is I beat it all three times so I'm probably dream immune to corona virus I was re enacting high school cheer routines on Saturday nights doing toe touches while I was facetiming one of my friends who was on the cheer squad and I sprained something in my foot but I got some how is that where you got to see the pictures on right now those are not orthopedic shoes they're very cute you want to hold this it would like Billy I'll issue some high it's a high were you on any sort of an implement that would vault you into the R. O. no my husband thought I was jumping off the bed now I was literally getting that kind of height on a Saturday night everybody's got some good I guess right there's some positive coming out of it now and toe touch was very nineteen ninety six not wait I want to play for you you want the good news or the bad news first I'll take those the good news okay the good news is that just under six hundred new Yorkers died of the corona virus according to governor Cuomo bot bot that represents a downturn and and not just deaths the number of people admitted to hospitals in New York is down the number of people needing integrations is down the number of people needing ventilators is down all of those things I know all good things we have to do but I really wish we didn't say words like intubation and ventilators because every time you say those words I get a little stressed out feels I feel if it tightens up a little bit NBC news is reporting there's now more than ten thousand deaths in the U. S. T. I. N. thousand that was going to be a milestone today the ten thousand but it's on a downturn if we look at new York role for New York specifically that's the weirdest thing about this is that each of these waves throughout the country is going to peak at a different time the other good news that I found your number we've been following the projections out of the university of Washington there I don't remember this I H. M. E. health manage something something those smart people I've been putting together projections about when the number of cases would peak the number of integrations and later things like that when they were all peak and for the United States in general they moved it up eight you said it was April twenty seventh on Friday right for California specific yeah they've moved that way up to one two let me check Morrow no not tomorrow but I think it's this the fourteenth now they they talk about the resource use eight days until the peak resource use of April fourteenth but in terms of this strain on the system in California just over the course of seventy two hours their projections have greatly reduced good that that we have about twenty seven thousand hospital beds in the state of California twenty seven thousand all bets and that in terms of what we would need at a peak I mean it and this is their highest projection we would need about five thousand so we've got twenty seven thousand all the ads we would only need about five thousand in terms of the number of deaths per day peeking in California they now say it would be April seventeenth and instead of a hundred and twenty deaths per day they say that the peak in California next I would be there Friday I suppose it is you mean this Friday or next Friday would be next Friday seventy seventy okay so it would be seventy deaths per day so in the course of seventy two hours they've been able to to to hone in the projections and even at a peak they're saying it would only be seventy deaths per day it's horrific it's horrible those seventy people are people I mean there's their families in affected but in terms of the way the projections have been looking over the course of last few days that's fantastic news I was thinking about the wave of news we're gonna get about people that we've lost during this because right now we're in it we're not able to really stop and think about the people are losing it's just gonna be a humongous wave of reports of people well known well known not well known different stories from different families about Conway mentioned that last week we were talking about the guy who was the lead singer for fountains of Wayne now that I mean on a normal day outside of the context the corona virus we would spend time talking about I'm just just in terms of who he was in the songs that he was known for a you didn't know that he wrote but he always had a hand in producing this we have time for that we we we still have time to delve into that so that when this does and it slows down or if we have some amount of breathing room then we'll have to go through and do all this Jack Dempsey the Jack Tom would have the flanks emceed no act of the kicker is it Jack Dempsey Jack Dempsey was a fighter wasn't yes Tom Dempsey the the club footed kicker I can say that because he had a club foot okay died at age seventy three front of ours it's terrible is Jack Dempsey's don't know Jack Dennehy's nine nineteen eighty three no no he's get my Dempsey's looks that way alive or dead when I do that that's the goal it's kind of a double gate back back when we used to be able to congregate yeah we play that on on road trips alive or dead and you name a celebrity and that back when we used to have sports and there was a football season we play alive or dead what did you name a celebrity and you have to guess if they're alive or dead it's not as funny now since people are dropping like flies would be a week and a half into baseball season right now that's why I'm wearing my Dodgers share it's the same one you wore last week you know what's the coolest thing this is not the same when I wore I wear the jacket thank in keeping it fresh over here you know what's really cruel all right Facebook at reminders like today I got one it was five years ago I was at Dodger Stadium for opening day down two years ago was in Thailand when we used to get to go places aren't named Burbank yes you do you are mass this weekend no but I made one my husband comes into the kitchen and he's got a navy bandanna and a red bandanna he says what do you want to be bloods or Crips R. as they could go all right well unfortunately we do have to get to some of the bad news we will I'll play for you the cut from the Surgeon General from yesterday morning talking about what this week is going to be this is it really I mean just in terms of the way things are looking for the majority of the United States this is going to be the toughest week even if we do have slivers of good news coming out of places like New York and California there are other places in this country that are going to get rid hit ridiculously hard over this week we'll talk about that we come back here and see it and can't wait for that Amy king.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How a group of young song writers ended up in a Manhattan office building and reshape pop music there was such an excitement going on all the time that you walked in I mean you were writing in the elevators you reading it Jack Dempsey's next to you it didn't matter the embassy was just so conducive to writing songs the real building our next studio three sixty New York I come tonight at eight on ninety three point nine FM you NYC if the take away I'm tansy Tobago glad to have you with us today as we approach the end of twenty nineteen I'm bringing you a few of my favorite interviews of the last year first up is my conversation with journalist farai Chideya about her journey in the U. S. adoption system people who don't have children but want them often here a common refrain you can always adopt but as this next interview will show that's not so simple even here in the United States and even if you do get close to finalizing an adoption there's often no guarantee it will ultimately go through and this was the position that farai Chideya found herself in again and again she wants even brought the baby home to adopt only to have the process fall through after the birth mother changed her mind for I went through three failed adoptions she tells her story in an essay from earlier this year titled excuse me may I raise your child for Zora a digital magazine aimed at women of color rise the former host and many time guest on the take away and she joined me in the studio part of my backstory that I don't even get into in this article is that my mother and father were both journalist who unfortunately had real difficulty is my father left our family to go back to Zimbabwe his home country and try to help form media after independence but with Robert Mugabe pushing propaganda he ended up leaving my mother who had interned at the Washington post had a graduate degree and also worked as a reporter in Zambia was basically shot out of American journalism because she was a black woman with children I mean I'll just say it straight and so I was desperately afraid that if I started a family my career was over so that's I think of a more sort of extreme version of what so many American women go through which like I'm just going to push this kid thing I'm a put **** I'm a push it I'm gonna stay on my career path and then you have other women who there's a whole lot of evidence that women with less education have baby sooner they incur theoretically less risk to their future careers but they are shamed when they are not upper middle income it's like a why are you bothering having a kid shouldn't you be in school and what I really point out in this article is that it's a lose lose for everybody that women who were working income or lower working income are kind of shame for wanting to have children and women who are career women are pushed to delay indefinitely so I got caught in the squeeze play where you know I was seeking through the help of an adoption agency to get children from lower income and lower working income women but in the end they wanted to raise their children and I respect that I want to be clear that I am not blaming them this country needs to support families it's part of the overall ecosystem problem and you've had to go through this not once but three times three times that I mean I can't imagine having to do this once three times feels like to so much pain at that point what happened well I had started with the New York City foster care system and I had two friends one of them the journalist does she was stand back who she adopted as a single woman another one was a gay male couple they adopted from a New York foster care agency where the kids had had their parental rights terminated meaning they were truly free for adoption I went to the same agency they went to but then New York like basically while I was getting certified went through a change where it said we will do everything to reunify children with their families now theoretically that's not bad and I'm I'm not judging that decision but what happens is a lot of kids have either parents who have addiction problems or unstable families and it's like we're waiting for your family to get it together were waiting for your family to get together and then they get passed around from home to home and they never find a forever home I am very much for reunification when it works but basically I was told you've just got to take the luck of the draw if you go to foster care so that was my first choice and then I was like oh I will just use all my money to go get a baby who will never be taken from me and as I say in the piece the universe has jokes because I paid a total of over fifty thousand we can go back and do the math but these many agencies put you in contracts were they say we can't promise you a baby but they're licensed adoption agencies like the one I went to see like will just because it says somewhere in the contract that I'm not guaranteed a baby that must be cool that's wrong because you're licensed adoption agency but really what they're saying is we will match you with people and my argument is that my agency never took into account the needs of the families they matched me with in the first case it was a family all of the families were on the east coast none of them were in it in New York it was a family where there was an intergenerational family a young woman living with her mother already successfully raising two children and she was pregnant with her third child the boyfriend wanted to keep the child and told me straight up and my mom and he didn't have the money to do it alone and the agency was like oh that's not a problem basically like he has he has no effective rights if you can't take care of this kid that bothered me to no extent and I talk to the agency and perhaps my first mistake was not pushing harder but I mean I I didn't know what I was really getting into back then so I knew the father was not happy the mother said she was okay with it beautiful baby happened to be multiracial black all of the kids were black or black multi racial and you know the family seemed really cool they just really wanted the young woman in the family to get an education to start her adult career life but she was not some broke down sister she was a woman who you know was a successful mom I believe this agency really did terrible social work and so in this case my mom and I took this baby we were you know bottle feeding him a formula and loving up on him but in the end the the mother and the boyfriend decided to raise their child when you were getting certified for the process to become an adoptive parent did race factor into this and did your marital status factor into it did make it more difficult yeah I mean I would say that overall marital status was bigger than race you know I was briefly engaged once definitely a good idea that I didn't go through with it but you know so I have no regrets about that but it is much easier to adopt if you are a heterosexual couple and also religion if you were Christian I was raised Catholic now I'm interfaith you know I go to churches I go to synagogues but I did not want to pass myself off as a devout Christian maybe I should of there's so much gamesmanship in this game I mean I don't really think I should have but a lot of agencies and and it's perfectly legal to say we wanted out to anyone who's not a devout Christian and so one agency was good enough to say we don't have a good enough placement rate was single women for you to go with us I suspect that that may be true at this agency as well but there were many times they were not truthful about including and I'm gonna cut to some of the end the very last placement they did not tell me until I showed up to see the baby that the mother had revoked the previous adoption so well let's talk about that because the adoption agencies what's their role in doing this I mean you're paying these agencies this isn't a free service you spend fifty thousand dollars at least on trying to make this happen what is their responsibility to you as someone who's invested money with them to make this process happen well you know they essentially say that we are middle man middle women but they also this agency specifically and many others say that all we have a birth parent side social worker and an adoptive parents side social worker but in the end there's a complete conflict of interest you know and I felt that they did not represent my needs they concealed information for me they did not properly council the families like if I had a family where the father in some cases the father's not known but the known father was like I don't want this to go through I probably wouldn't process that adoption match and so I believe there are a lot of cases where agencies coerce women they say oh don't you want your child to have a better life or you know this is god's will there's all sorts of psychological games run on pregnant women and their extended families and so basically they're supposed to be honest brokers between the two sides there's another path to private adoption were you get a lawyer who only represents your interest and to be honest unless I really had investigated an agency I would go with the lawyer instead of an agency and that's an additional cost I mean lawyers everything not just not free everything costs yeah and and there's the emotional toll as well right how have you fared emotionally through this process I wouldn't be here without my friends and family you know I have wept for days at a time when the last adoption was being processed I was helping my mom finish downsizing her house and move into an apartment and was the house I grew up in so she had that house for forty three years so part of that time I was staying in an almost empty house with like a bed and a few dishes weeping my eyes out and driving to another state to see the baby in the neonatal intensive care unit and I think he ended up in the Nick you because his mom was working a temp job that was a heavy physical labor job until the moment she went into labor you know how are you supposed to incubate life under those circumstances so again I have so much respect for the women who choose to put their children up for adoption but it has to be a case of moral consent and I'm not sure in any of these cases I have true moral consent from the families we talk a lot about adoption and about babies in particular but we also hear that there are many older children have learned leading adoption have you ever considered that was that ever something that was a possibility that the agency ever prose that as an option they don't place older children but when I went into foster care I went into it with some great wisdom from my cousin who adopted two children from foster care in a different state and both of them had had challenges which is their story I'm a single working woman I work a lot not too much to raise a kid but you have to be ready to do trauma remediation and I worried if I got a child who was enough older with enough complications in their past my cousin was able to be a stay at home mom for two or three years and really work them through their trauma and also the educational deficits they have from their childhood I am so pro adopting an older kid but I have to be real about what I can offer to a kid who's had severe trauma when is it time to think do I continue to move forward with this and when is it time for you to say I don't know if this is going to happen are you prepared for the either of them I am in a and I will say that in my father's tradition the Shona tradition from Zimbabwe I'm already what's called up my knee or a little mother to many of my extended family I hosted my sixteen year old goddaughter earlier this year and so I'm kind of opening it up to faith in the universe I'm still pursuing adoption but if it doesn't work out then I will on too hard on all my god children in my extended family and I I onto hard already but I can on to harder but I'm still pursuing it I'm gonna see different leads I will write a book about this I could use the book money should I get it to use private adoption so the pads are many and I'm not sure which one yet we've got about a minute left in this segment I want to make sure we're using this time to also address what you think could be done better in this adoption system in this country we need a national database of adoption failure rates we need a national database of adoption contracts to see which ones are more restrictive or abusive basically we need transparency and we also need more federal regulation almost everything is regulated at the state level and that makes it difficult for you to be able to say where should I go and who's better and they're they're really I mean and then at the end of the day you've spent emotional time and and money and I'm I made some life choices to work lower paying jobs so that I could have more time to parent which I never ended up doing we'll see what happens and we wish you all the best farai Chideya is a journalist and author and her new piece on her experience with the adoption system isn't Zora it's titled excuse me may I raise your child you can find a link to that essay at the take away dot org for I think.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The official photographer for the Packers he's got some great stories and we're gonna talk to you about that also coming up we've got Duane Dudek with his Emmy predictions but here on Sunday September twenty second twenty nineteen John by the way Sean Lavina our trusty producer is here in town we're celebrating a number of days today yes I believe ten right yeah American business women's day okay awesome national sin sin Terran centenarians day for everybody is a hundred years old sure happy day to them it's how that day okay yeah which should have been yesterday I think because I was gonna say birthday wasn't it yeah okay and then one of your favorites national ice cream cone day okay because in nineteen oh three it it's hollow Marchini was graded up was granted a patent for the ice cream cone that's why we're celebrating national ice cream cone day it's also national white chocolate day in. no I gets better it's carefree day. carefree day yeah yes don't care at all don't don't give a hoot about anything okay it's also national girls night in day okay the girls probably went out last night so yeah like they're staying in then it will be well they can stay in and where they're like where because today is national legwear day. okay just all right I I think I think maybe they're trying but you have a you'll give him I I'm I'm assuming that's just my and well the the the girls are staying in tonight wearing their leg work it's also their dear diary day does anybody even still keep a diary to people right anymore in long hand that. I think you take everything into your computer and then finally it is national elephant appreciation day all that's nice so let's appreciate all of our elephants out there or if you're married to Republican I suppose and you could also appreciate her our case so on this day in history in eighteen sixty two president Lincoln he issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation was it went in fact the following January first then in nineteen twenty seven gene Tunney successfully defended his heavy weight boxing title against Jack Dempsey in the famous long count fight. I in nineteen sixty one president Kennedy signed a congressional act that established the Peace Corps in nineteen sixty four I love I love this time of the year because we're celebrating the debut of all kinds of TV shows. this one premiered on NBC..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"You want more credit on yourself self singapore. I'm a i'm a pro wrestler exemption to be honest if i don't know what the business and huma hey what are you. What are you and i'm i'm a performance our performance artist. That'd be like okay. There is a represent what you really do a good way actually because of outside on the outside looking in i am i gonna conversation. We you tell me a performance artist. Mike okay. It can be millions of things when you really do oppressor. Why didn't you say that in the beginning because now because if you just go go out in front and say that you're pro wrestler people automatically go. Oh shit your professional wrestler but let's just like when when when ores millions of things it's just like how vince he did that thing to where he didn't want them saying championship belts he fucking the bell as a power trip. Though that's changing those i could change change it no no but it's not only that because he's trying to say champion is a it's an individual statement the title i'm going for the title of champion rather than say give me the championship belt is give me the championship so he doesn't wanna leave label at just just on just an individual individual inanimate object. It's more about the title of it of a name the name so you should give out like a new japan just about trophies and let the world a big stupid trower your name tags yeah fucking around pin that says look at me. I'm the champ. I got a pin or i can't even say that. Give me a championship times. I don't know maybe about the the gold yeah. The belt itself means what will actually go another and other places and say get the strap yeah. They don't know fighting for the a strap. I understand why some sometimes that could be. That could be taken away because it's once again. It's it blurs the line of <hes> what people consider wrestling. I don't watch sports entertainment. I watched wrestling watch performance art. If i wanna go to pull more urgency performance comments are i will go to some dingy fucking like fucking a studio apartment in how many clubs and greenwich village and watched fucking fucking midgets rolling around and popcorn while sticking fucking dumb tax in their head <hes> and say that they're doing it because they want peace and fuck in jersey city. That's that's performance art to me. I agree with that but i get what you're saying. Though is wrestling aren't yet. Is it a performance but i take. I think everyone has a i think everyone has different names is to above professional. Wrestling is what you do. You're a baseball player. You're a basketball player. You're not a fucking. You're an era you know you're you. Are you are of supposed to represent your your are your sport with the name title that you're doing and putting performance are out there for someone who doesn't know the business it just looks bad and it makes it look less than what it is in my opinion because if i if i was on the outside looking in her performance art and on her wrestling like okay what is another fucking broadway show when it is way more to it than what the fuck performance artists settling the point is is. It's a bad selling point. It's like when i just mentioned boxers. Boxers are considered pugilist but this is something this is a deroga- this is a uh not a derogatory is a terminology that was used years ago from like jack dempsey and <hes> joe louis but then they came mm across with the fact that these guys fight in a boxing ring and they box so they are boxers. You know these are just like i said it's it's like bringing up wrestlers. You want to call them. Battling thespians comp- combat if thespians it takes away from what it really initially is. You're a wrestler wrestler. You wrestle so you know what for your art. I'm going to job your big muscular <music> taboo this while you need on jordan greece though you'll fuck that fuck jordan grayson at bullshit but my babe the why you hate known her son that's an i._b. You know what she could be a baby. She's a dumb ass naba humana quick. I understand you. Hey no that ship. Those folks discriminated discriminated my girl like that now. I don't wanna get you talk about now. Straight facts straight facts to the clip some flag. Let me hear you out real quick. Why the fuck you hate doing though because she could speak her monologue like everyone else do a wide you be in a while. You hate hustle. You almost gave me though that's it was tough how you talking. That's that's that's.

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"You gotta trust me. Just tell Carini that thing about the tackles in the quarterback in the fourth. You'd be great. You're gonna be what was that? You can be great. So I'm going to start. I'm gonna start outlining that. Quite sure how to end I think meet killing myself after her takes the mind would be a around yourself. Get out. Pull a Freddie Rumson on on on. I take. Did you win? Look at that. I wanted for the people that haven't seen it you. We've ruined the movie for you. Or you can just go watch it and form your own opinion. I liked it. But I for some weird reason get really caught up in the almost political momentum of movies that are going to be best picture. So they'll be all of the support for something. And then everybody's off it, and then it's kind of something else. And now that I've seen it. I'm totally okay with it. Not winning best picture, even though I liked it. One best pitcher. I forget. I can't believe I already forgot. Oh, it was the green. The green light green book green? Whatever. That's one. That's all see that though. At some point. I wanna see I tunes movies had a really cool thing where they sorted every single greatest picture going back to the beginning of when the award started. And I was I went through and watched every preview. So I haven't nailed I've seen every movie. Now, there's some that. I go back and be like, all right? I wanna see this. I don't even know that cares. That's not even it's not like that. I read that all the heavyweight books for those much as I can. I think that's kind of a cool thing that could be like a podcast where you just have this series where you have the writer on where you talk about his book on the Jack Johnson, one do the Jack Dempsey one do the Floyd Patterson Tyson like that could be a series of podcast that I think would be awesome, the best picture thing. I don't know. I don't know if it would be, but what else was nominated like, I still think I man got screwed. The didn't love that you slow slow a lot of people that I trusted great movie like underrated isn't getting enough love. And I love gossiping. I love space. And I'm like, okay, let's do this. And I thought it was really slow kind of orange, and I don't think like the Spacey's reason that cool. I think we just have to end the podcast, man. That's it. Yeah. I'm okay with slow. But if you don't think that that I seen is incredible. And then a couple of the other tessies shot it, and I'm that's us. john. You love space. Do anybody favorite movies of all time? It'd probably is my favorite movable. I don't know. Yeah. I got nothing else to do today. My band ruined. It we subscribe to the russillo show podcast review, all that stuff. And all right, man. Good onto I'll do better next time..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"We're getting you know, Jack Dempsey was there Cannella just recently there, you know. So this is definitely a great location venue to invite the heavyweight champion over here. Defense title, the first U S fighter undefeated jeroboam baby Miller. So we're gonna break down part of the nonsense. It was he announced this on his YouTube channel on Anthony. Joshua. And from that point, we got clips and audio where we dissect of all the stuff that he's clarifying confirming what is going on and get your honest opinion about all the stuff from the venues dates the fighter in. Think is a good fight as a bad fight what they coulda did better. So on so on sure he's gonna be press conference, but we're gonna start to show now into a Ron rob in also we're gonna get the chat involved a little bit on our topics. So what's up guys? Yeah. Definitely end by the way, you know, wouldn't apologize. We can't take calls at this time the big man's out. So controls the switchboard that said, yes, Ronn. Absolutely. Right. And I flash we probably should have done that with chat. But we'll we'll be posing questions. Get y'all steak so chat don't be afraid to put something in. We're gonna go. While we're less. I mean, a people. Yes, sir. Oh, when you heard AJ announced the news of the middle fight chet-. You guys. Go ahead. Yeah. Listen, I'm with I'm with Mike. I was disappointed that it wasn't white. But that this appointment quickly wore off. I mean, you know, we were getting ourselves mentally prepared for this for while. But that quickly wore off because AJ come into America. Right. You know, that that that it just makes so much sense. Now more than ever to me. And the fact that he's gonna give Miller his shot. That's beautiful. You know what I mean? This is like the American dream where an American gets his shot. You know, the rocky movie, I wouldn't I wouldn't consider Miller rocky at all. But it's along those same lines long those same things, you know, what I mean? So definitely excited about this fight can't wait for it to happen. It might not be what a lot of other people were hoping for. But I'm rocking. For sure. Yeah. I'm definitely going to say that the overall point of this is to come over to the US develop some sort of US relationship get some people to come out on US soil and support, you know, the heavyweight champion either from the UK coming over or US fight fans. And it's in the Big Apple in his New York. So it's just adding more to potential showdowns in near future..

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"jack dempsey" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jack dempsey" Discussed on TechStuff

"Radio by broadcasting a boxing match between Jack Dempsey, and George Carpentier Dempsey was a celebrated US champion Carpentier was a boxing hero in France. And he had a reputation for knocking out British champions. So this was a super hyped event. Back in nineteen twenty one Dempsey would win by knockout in the fourth round. And the broadcast was a sensational hit our CA began to sell more radio receivers to customers and radio stations began popping up all over the United States. The first radio commercial on record happened in August, nineteen twenty two when a New York real estate developer. Aired an ad in New York City two years later in nineteen twenty four there were more than six hundred commercial radio stations in the United States, these were mostly independent stations. And that's when RCA made a really big move in the industry. Partnering with Westinghouse and AT and T RCA formed a new company called the national broadcasting company or in B C, which had its first broadcast on November fifteenth nineteen twenty six the concept was that NBC would produce material for broadcast, which would then be sent out over different radio stations in different regions with the stations being part of the overall network, which was a new idea the time, you know, create your your content in a central location and then distribute it using these various radio stations that was revolutionary NBC had to Simi independent networks under its governance shortly after it was formed so it split off. It's it's operations into two networks. One was called the blue network and one was called the red network. So yet NBC blue and NBC writ. The center of the blue network was a radio station called w Jay z which.

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