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Giants Fall Apart In 4th Quarter, Eagles Capture NFC East Title

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00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Giants Fall Apart In 4th Quarter, Eagles Capture NFC East Title

"The jets and giants play their season finales today the giants close things out with a thirty four seventy lost to the eagles to clinch the NFC east title the giants and with the four and twelve record and there's plenty of blame to go around says giants head coach Pat Shurmur you were all part of this and we own the fact that we didn't win enough games you know I think we evaluate what this team looks like moving forward and make the changes necessary move on I think that's what any team does Jack Elliott staff to seventeen all time with a fifty yard field goal early in the fourth before the eagles pulled away for good Daniel Jones lost a fumble the eagles scored easy on a two yard run from Boston Scott around at two yards for another score midway through the quarter for the giant sequoia Barkley route sixty eight yards for a touchdown in the third after Jones threw a twenty yard touchdown pass to

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"jack elliott" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on WEEI

"Today and in their first three possessions back Aaron Jones has just getting one yard on two carries Jamal Williams seven yards on two carries doing it through the air against Denver today they leave at seven nothing was six thirty five left in the first quarter all right thank you very much bill so fast start for Aaron Rodgers and company against Vic Fangio and the Broncos who are and two let's go to Michael along in Philadelphia lots of scoring early years Michael the other eventful first quarter between the eagles in one of their vehicles will apply score of ten seven three oh two to go in this first quarter the eagles at nine play fifty nine yard drive it about a couple of of the display panel within a forty are passing Carson Wentz smile center this little for twenty five your Jack Elliott bill goal but the choice answers back is just that added to this is gonna sound the same on the poor side line which would be one hundred yards for the touchdown the patrol to buy score of seven the three but Dick responded that what I play seventy five yard drive he by some key runs by Jordan Howard mile Sanders even Carson Wentz the nineteen your cuts down on so when they do that I ten yard run hello Jordan how it's a one yard touchdown run for Philadelphia the time is right now moving and a first and ten inside the eagles thirty four yard line two thirty sec ago the look up by a score of ten the seven thank you very much Michael so the eagles answering has found me in. zone for the first time take a three point lead on the Jordan how're touchdown run let's at the Paul Hamilton in buffalo scoreless first quarter thus far Paul. three forty four left to go here in the first quarter but the bills are driving I was about to talk to you about how well the Bengal defense is doing and all of a sudden this drive Josh illness getting some time he just said say Jones of the builder business down in the Cincinnati twenty two that was after passes to gore for a weapon and brown for fifteen.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Time don show where we don't know campus last night you stock again what's going on a you know get once a week I go down there no I was down there for at my brother and my brother my cousin names burst bright he produced a one of the producers of documentary film about a folksinger name Ramblin Jack Elliott Ramblin Jack Elliott is your brother your cousin cousin okay because it and Ramblin Jack Elliott yeah they had a screening last night the OJ if the Dolph Briscoe thank you thank you well listen if you if you're not a folk music fan that might have been your reaction it was a good movie was a very good movie yeah whether you like it Ramblin Jack Elliott some usually sounds like was it so he he let's put it this way I'll tell you what some audio but you're going to play the music that we're gonna play some music from this guy now I really don't have any ready go but what kind of I mean is it banjos now it's it's it's guitar in and say he he he let's put it this way his voice heavily influenced Bob Dylan's force so you can kinda you his voice not might not be for you might not be your style but Bob Dylan is he known for having a great voice I didn't say you had a great voice never said that okay I never did never mention that at all check your. no it's it's it's one of those things so this guy last night the document or he didn't have a good voice either no no I I don't well it depends if you like his kind of voice fine to me it's kinda nasally and kind of kind of irritating abi but but his story and his his life in general was pretty interesting and that because it it ramble it just ramble right and so that was down there for a screening of that now was in a room full of about two hundred liberals and I discovered that apparently you and die given about a listers that came up to say hello you and I have a liberal folky audience so I didn't know.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

13:06 min | 1 year ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"In from a wide role. Let's bring him on in the sixty fifth of the seventy th minute. And then, even if he's hurt if he's not ninety minutes fit, you know, if the hamstring limiting him, I don't think that limits him in terms of what the role that he'll be given his form, Guinness quality and other players who halter probably has a head in the hierarchy. So I think that's to his benefit the other thing, that's kind of interesting is the national team got together really early for the for the Gold Cup this year. You know they have the game against Jamaica tonight. They're playing in Cincinnati against Venezuela. You know, the fighting Joseph Martinez, enroll Felker's for all intents and purpose that I got that one, right? This time Mark. Thank you. And so then they've got another week before they kick off the group stage in Minnesota. They're just going to be training in Minnesota. So you know if Jonathan Lewis right now is would have been fifty fifty in terms of being able to play for the Rapids this. We like it doesn't really. Hurt him if he has a whole nother, we to prepare for that. And then if that point he's available for selection, but he says he and the coaching staff or the training staff to get their gets say, oh, if I had to play today, I can only give you forty minutes. I think forty minutes of Jonathan moves off. The bench is enough that he brings you given everything else that you have from the four core. He's, he's my ginger, brother. Josh sergeant was not impressive all tonight. And I know a lot of fans aren't going to like me saying this Mark, but I still think the best option you have is Joe Ziada Ziada or. or a wide gap in the forward corn terms of who's next available for that. I think the next film, for that's probably Josse artists, consider the source in terms of who the coaches making that decision and the history that he has was artists with the Columbus Crew rather than, you know, any vacuums Iasi's artists, the best number time, number nine four the United States, national team, greenback, Wanda. That's what I. In any case listeners, this past a week ago tonight, Wednesday at talent energy stadium in Chester Pennsylvania. The Colorado Rapids played the Philadelphia to a one, one draw. I was freaking out initially about this game Mark because I was heading down to the Celtic downtown to watch the game. And I was freaking out because I was getting back from work, and then I had to go, then I had to walk in order to get there. So I figured I was going to miss maybe the first thirty minutes of the game. I get there and it's just a Marcelo Balboa and Richard Fleming talking in the studio. Some freaking out like is there a big injuries. There's something going on. And then I check my phone and immediately. I see the notification saying that Colorado Rapids verse, Philadelphia union is delayed forty five minutes due to a lightning strike. So and it was raining, most of the day, and Chester, so you had a very soggy pitch. And honestly, this was kind of a of a game, the rapid sitting at a whole lot going for them. There weren't a lot of ideas offensively the first couple maybe fifteen minutes, they were absolutely pin. In Philly had a lot of chances. They also flubbed a lot of chances knocked you know, last week how Philadelphia didn't have a go-to striker for them, you know, they don't have Carlos Vela, I certainly don't have, you know, Darwin control but we'll get to him later on in the show. They didn't really have anybody obvious, dischord, ship, bilko was on and off in Sergio Santos had a great opportunity a one great finish. You know, a senior flubbed the two chances that he had, you could argue the two best chances of the night, other than the Santos goal for Philly. We're from Jack Elliott and with all respect to Jack Elliott for my money, one of the best young centrebacks internationally in MLS right now, Mark, like, unless it's on a header on a set piece you don't want Jack Elliott on the end of your opportunities scoring, you know, like you not want the absolute chance creation for the Rapids going to Danny Wilson right now. You want it to be KYW Kamara finishing though, chances off. So you know it was an ugly game. They try to change things up there. They were surviving at times. I hesitate to criticize the team just given the fact that you had the late start the weird setup with the mid week gain. You had some rotation of than the backline that was the same as the game against Columbus Crew. And then you have a soggy field, that just didn't really you know, when the environmental conditions don't allow you to actually play soccer. I has to judge any team or any player for how they deal with the conditions in the same way that it's hard to take real tactical conclusions out of the snow classical against Portland, for example, but in any case make a couple subsitution Jonathan Lewis and Andreessen Yoshiki come into the game. You know, nothing particularly off of a throw in and Andrea cheeky finds Jonathan Lewis at the back post and it squeaky bump time after that. And the Rapids hold onto get a draw Mark. What was your good thing from this poor performance? But overall I fan tastic result for the Rapids on the road. At one of the best teams in these conference. I was I think the -bility to hold a lead was was good to see. I mean it wasn't a longtime, but not a lead, sorry, a tie. But I think overall just getting a result on the road was was a really good thing to see. I think you're right. I. I looked at the expected goals performance for both teams. In this match to kind of see where things were and. Philadelphia was. Far and away supposed to win this game based on the shots. They took and where they took them. They just finished horribly and that offered poorly for them. So. I think that, that still fails to recognize what the Rapids did. Well, which is defend very well on the road against one of MLS top five teams. And so I think there's a lot of good here and most of it's on the defensive end where Colorado is, is defending deep. They're getting good player, especially at fullback. Now. I think that, that's a really important thing to note. And those are some of the basic good things that we saw in this game. Remember that for the first ten games of the year holding opponent to only one goal would have been considered impossible. I mean, the Rapids were bleeding two three four goals every game holding team to one is, is a great thing. Even if a fair amount of that had to do with, you know, guys like up go skying a ball over the net or you know, should bilko just completely flooding chance. What about you at all? I'm gonna give a shout outs. Clint Irwin in this one, you know, his first start for the rap is this season. Given all the, you know, he was the one change that you had defensively because, you know, it was still Rosen Barrio Boubacar Smith. And then win on the back line who we've seen a little bit more consistently under Conor, Casey. And so, you know Irwin was really the one change that you had. He had interacted with those guys in competitive sense, obviously, he's working within against them every single day and training. I thought he organized things really good defensively. I saw him being very communicative, especially on the set pieces on defending, especially after they had a couple of those ones where they gave some open looks and he made a couple of really good say's when he had to not sure he could have really done anything on the goal. So overall, I think solid Schiffer the Rapids backup and I think the most likely starter for them in twenty twenty after Tim Howard hangs up for good. I wanna throw a shout out to Kalama Costa's. Well, who I think quietly, as Ben, I think, you know, the status engine in the midfield for the Rapids last. Games. Maybe two three home games ago. I asked Conor Casey post-game about it. And he says the you know, he's been the unsung quiet guy in terms of what he's done. He's not getting on goals or getting on any assists, but he's been asked to do a job mostly as the number eight. Or I'd say the more advanced number six when he's been paired with Jack pricey was in more of a Schuttler role with them playing the diamond with the rotation up top with Rubio, Shinya sheiky and too. So I thought that was fine. Know he's been more solid. I think he's calmed down post Hudson. Getting fired and also post getting snub from the provisional roster. And I think that simplify things for him. I think Conor Casey simplified him and given a specific role. He's not asked absolutely save this team from midfield position. And especially since he doesn't have anything else going on the summer always really doing is focusing on doing what he can to help the Rapids win. And I think that's absolutely helped him. Can he keep this consistent? Can keep this level of form up. Can he raise it a little bit too? Maybe just ten percent where he has a little bit more of an impact, and then maybe he starts to get noticed by Gregg Berhalter. I think that's the big question. But you know we were talking a month into the season about him being completely absent. Or when we did notice him. It was absolutely bad. And I haven't noticed him, but that's mostly because he's doing a lot of really quiet stuff stuff that, you know, we would have absolutely praised Sam Cronin and Michael zero four in two thousand sixteen. Let's vonda bath thing, Markelle any big things stand out to you. I mean, I think. Some of the one of the big questions, I think that Colorado has to start figuring out or they won't which is. And now that I now that I started to that sentence, I'm like regretting opening my mouth and, and saying the phrase, we start to figure out because we've been trying to figure this out for like two years, which is, who is the person that should sit at the top of the midfield. As the creative number ten in this game. Hypothetically based on the lineup which was a weird lineup. You know, it was cold Bassett was supposedly sitting deep, but he actually kind of wound up playing wide. Right. And Andre Cini shaky was, according to the lineup the top of the diamond, but he actually wound up sitting wide laughed. NDA go. Rubio sat at the top of the point in mosquito was kind of a striker, and there wasn't really a number ten, I guess, it was kind of calendar cost, but it was kind of misguided dropping back. But sometimes it was kind of Andre she knew she kind of swinging over from the left. I don't know it was like, but basically, my point is that, like the midfield the center midfield didn't create a whole lot. They defended deep also thought it was a really perplexing looming. This isn't like a bad thing. It's really more like a I don't know what's going on thing, which is I was just apprised to see Cole Bassett had of playing that role. And I also I thought John Blom. Did a really nice job for what he does. I mean he's just a junkyard dog, you let him out on feeling just runs around, like crazy and his harassing, but you know as a center midfielder, he wasn't connecting play very much. Unlike you said, very well, kellyn Acosta was sitting deep and he was really being. I thought he was really affective as guy who is being asked to, to pass the to defend and to do most of the defensive work, but we don't really have that number ten type guy and, you know, I think the Rubio kind of disappeared for stretches, which is thing that we, we see we see a lot of him all year. I don't know if that, that was a long run on sentence. I don't know if it was entirely coherent, but I think I was that like midfield creativity was not great in this game. Maybe that's just by design like they were trying to defend and hang onto one to get out of there. The one one draw. But like I. Still like to see the midfield do something pretty once in a while. That what do you think altake? What you're saying. I'll put it in another in an in his from a slightly different frame. I think this team desperately was missing high are, and okay, they were playing three games in eight days and the questions about, you know, Kamara 's health going into the week. Was it better to sit him out and then actually have him fully healthy for the Cincinnati game that we said was a must-win game, but they were just I agree with you. They were lacking stuff in the middle. And they were lacking anything on top, especially when Philly was coming with waves. You know where it was a corner, and then a second corner, and then a follow up opportunities, and then they immediately win the ball back on a goal kicked from Clint Irwin on a second ball, and it was just they were absolutely under pressure. And with Louis, not available or coming off the bench rather, with Sam Nicholson who I thought was fantastic on Saturday against Cincinnati and arguably his best run a form since joining the pits for my money wasn't there, you were looking for an outlet or even just somebody to make a little bit of a run to break something to where you the. Defense could actually relax. And the defense didn't really have that we've talked nauseam on the show about our issues or concerns about nNcholas mosquito on a continuous level. Even though he scored a couple of big goals recently. I agree with you that I think they're definitely some concerns for Diego Rubio where I'm probably putting him under the microscope.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the cubs matchup again tonight at Wrigley field fills looking to balance back after that heartbreaking loss last night Cup scoring two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to grab the three to walk off win the night. The Phillies give the bottle rookie left hander colour oven to an open to big league starts to point seven seventy RA big Colorado, last time out with six solid innings of work cubs counter with Cole, hamels, the former Phillies, four zero three point one three ERA, this will be the first time that hamels face the fills in his career. Tonight's game at Wrigley field gets underway at eight oh, five eagles continuing with OTA's today. Second day of voluntary workouts birds will also be on the field. Tomorrow soccer Philadelphia union of announced a new contract for centreback Jack Elliott deal, guaranteed groovy twenty twenty one season. Bend. It includes a twenty twenty two team option. Elliott was a fourth round pick in two thousand seventeen having an outstanding campaign for the union so far. He's played every minute of every match college softball West Chester university. One of eight teams in the country to advance to the national finals of the NCAA division, two tournament golden Rams. Open up tomorrow night against west Florida in Denver, Colorado Westchester head coach. Diane LOKI says they have a history with west Florida, our national organization. The FDA has a legal classic for some of the top team and we played them in Florida in February. First time on dirt so, but an eight three loss, but we were winning three to one and just sort of caught up with us. So, yeah. We're, we're excited to play them again just in the national finals for a second straight year. Michelle, thanks so much shits three oh nine the issues generating heat. It's flashpoint with KYW's Cheri, Gregg, this is a mess. There's no question about is sponsored by gift of life donor program..

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"jack elliott" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Whereas. Laurent brother will we create a man, thanks a lot. And now in segment to focus on Oklahoma. Jack Elliott speaks with Joe Dorman from the Oklahoma institute for child advocacy about how oh I see. With the state legislature that child abuse, which is a program going out of the state capital today. You say a lighter out because it's spring break. I guess a lot of the. Legislative body probably have family members that are out of school. So they travel as well and to take off. So it's a pretty mellow time at the state capital right now it is. And they had Newell. I will say in normal times they have a really rough for six weeks because they're were usually a lot of hard feelings a lot of partisan battles. Sometimes the budget is really tough. But I was actually it was with the speaker of the house Charles McCall yesterday. And we're talking about how mellow it's been and how well everyone's getting along partly because of a little bit better budget. But I think also partly because of so many new lawmakers Forty-six freshmen in the house twelve freshmen in the Senate. So you've got almost half of the house and one quarter of the Senate of brand new and you have a new governor. And everyone's getting along great right now, even cross party lines are working. Well, really? Well, very good. I noticed on the front page of the paper this morning. They're talking about, you know, there's always ways to finagle and find a way to. Point out anything that they may. People may find things just not always perfect, and they say the governor Stitz. Administration is sort of not very diverse. I think that's the way they put it. Yeah. And I was actually just reading the story while we were off air about his appointments to the healthcare authority. I they're they're going to have to start appointing. Some people who are across the spectrum. You've got a lot of recognizable names. He's reappointing. A lot of the people who have served on there in the past from different administrations, not just the previous administration. But even once before that, but I know they're trying to shake things up. The cabinet is really shaking things up the individual that he brought on to be the cabinet secretary. For health was a person that worked over Chesapeake solving problems. So the model he's using isn't necessarily looking at the mission of the agency. He's looking to find individuals who are used to going out and solving challenges. And so I'm certainly hoping the things like that will work I had the opportunity to work with a lot of the cabinet secretaries and the. Passed and get to meet some of the new ones, and I'm still really optimistic. We're to see some good things happen. That's good stuff. You know, I've always thought to sometimes will, you know, we all believe in diversity. It's a terrific thing. But sometimes will something such as diversity 'cause you maybe do appoint someone in a position that would be better suited for someone else. But because of the diversity issue you're trying to accommodate that as opposed to maybe the the overall concern of the position and the person taking the position. Absolutely. And you have diversity. It comes in all different shapes and sizes, and you do have to have those different perspectives on it. They really do need to find individuals who have experienced a lot of the challenges faced by the mission of that entity. Were there appointing and put people in place have seen some of those problems and hopefully can recommend some good solutions. It's not bad. Yes. I think on I think overall everybody I'm saying people I've talked to both Republican Democratic independent. They all feel like governor Stitz doing a really good job so far so far have been very happy. In fact, the first lady is doing an event for oh, I see a in Tulsa on the twenty eighth. We're going to show. Oh, the resilience film. This is a film that the Potts family foundation has the rights to show in Oklahoma. It's a movie it talks about adverse childhood experiences. The history of the study of aces and how that impacts children. And then as they go into adulthood, the health concerns that follow them, and we're gonna do this showing at the circle cinema and Tulsa on the twenty eighth, and we just had to actually move to their largest theater. We've had such a tremendous response in just the first few days of announcing it it's going to be a free showing of the film. So if anybody wants to drive up the turnpike, come see it, you can go to oh, I see dot org and register for and what's the name of the movie again, the film resilience resilience one hour documentary, and we're going to follow up with a one hour panel discussion with several individuals who are experts in the field and me. Well, there you go now. We're talking to Joe Dorman, by the way with Elisa. Have you seen the film already? I I've seen it a couple of times. It's a fantastic film. It's almost like that that veil is lifted where you see. Yeah. That makes sense that explains why Oklahoma has so many health problems why we see the highest incarceration rate, especially for females. Why we see food deserts why we see an underinsured and uninsured population. Why we see the education issues we have the health concerns the heart conditions. Everything makes sense when you look at that childhood trauma that these kids have experienced and Oklahoma's number one in the nation for multiple adverse childhood experiences. This is a study of ten different things with child abuse and neglect. And when you look at the study, Oklahoma's number one in the nation for four or more aces and explains all of those problems that we have and we're we've been bringing this awareness to lawmakers we have a task force. It's meeting was created by governor Fallon, and we have a Bill going through to enhance this. Task force this year with appointments from the state administration. I really feel like this task force has the opportunity to make recommendations to solve a lot of the problems we face in Oklahoma. So that's what the task force is all about once they identify the problem, then they can go in and do whatever they can maybe fix some of these problems. That's exactly right. Wow. I didn't realize what Oklahoma was in such a sad state of affairs. So to speak. You know, looking at what you're talking about with the health condition. I mean, I guess I was aware of the health issues when you look at the the numbers that come out all the time regarding heart disease and lung disease, and that sort of thing cancer and so forth. And I'm sure it has a lot to do within like you're talking about this film, probably shows and highlights the fact that it probably has a lot to do with eating habits smoking and just lifestyle overall. That's it. Yeah. That's a I r calendar though, I see a.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"They're never going to be totally truly. Yeah. They they're never going to be totally forthcoming when they're a little banged up or they feel that they could play through. That's why the team it's up to them. That's why like in baseball when when the pitching coach or manager goes out in the picture how you feeling and it's the seventh inning. They throw one hundred fifteen pitches. Usually that guys like, yeah, I can get the next guy out baloney. Can you give me the ball, you're tired, and I'm gonna put a fresh pitcher? And like it's up to the team the manager the coach they gotta make the decision. Let me give one more thing in that. I really believe that that shrine from Chris long was meant for a lot more for Carson Wentz. And I'll tell you why Chris longest known I'm Chris Longo full since the deli rammed as they were teammates. They're buddies. Okay. And he knew if he went to foles and asked him about that falls would have said, no, okay. No doubt about it. The players in that locker room now that they had to play on that team. That was not giving them the best option to win and the guys who were on their last year there or retiring after this year because there's gonna be twelve to fifteen guys don't our team. They. This year. No that they did not have the best opportunity to win this year with Carson Wentz on the field, and he should have been out of that lineup. And I think a lot of them resent them for that. I really do. I think the the eagles should trade Carson Wentz to the giants for saquon Barkley and some picks that would give us a dynamo running back great for play action. And I think they should shine. You're showing Jackson after he's released from Tampa Bay. They're not going to resign for ten million dollars giving them the center lane contract. Then we have a guy who can blow off the top open up the middle of the field of dynamite running back with Nick foles our quarterback because that's the demand is you don't trade the best money quarterback. You don't get rid of the best money quarterback and football. That's what he is. While the he's right now, he is Steven I appreciate that. Call and your phone your thoughts. And I don't think they're gonna trade him for saquon Barkley. I think that's just fantasy football stuff. I love Carson Wentz too. So bad that we can try it for two first round picks saquon Barkley stinks. No one ever said, he's bad. I mean, I thought the way Jack Elliott put it in about an hour or forty minutes ago. I like the way he phrased that. Like if you say, Nick foles is better. Now doesn't mean Carson Wentz. His bad one guy could just surpass him. The Nick foles better quarterback right now. I don't know what the future holds. We'll see over the next five years better quarterback today is obviously Nick foles, though, I think that saquon Barkley ideas fantasy nonsense, and you know, what I also think it is. I think it's a little bit of a. It's a way to hook everyone in because everyone around here love saquon Barkley eagles could trade the anyone they want for for something. It's saquon Barkley the new trout. Yeah. It's like you just throw it in there. Because if you know, everyone loves the guy. That's not trade not won't happen. The saquon Barkley thing. It's not realistic. I one you're not gonna trade a running a quarterback for a running back. You're going to trade if they did it. They would get a draft picks. Because you want cheap labor on your next quarterback. And you want to build a roster and that kind of stuff training for running back eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four that is how you get aboard. Come back here alone your phone calls. Give us a clutch ethylene Philly history because we have a pair of tickets to the temple game tomorrow night against Houston. We're giving away the Liacouras center. The number one clutch athlete in Philly history is clearly Nick foles without a doubt now who've Jack, and I have another big time one on top of mind. We want to hear if you get that. When you jump to the top of the list, we'll come back your phone calls, and I'm gonna give you the most underrated part of why why the eagles it's not Nick foles, the most underrated part of why the eagles have become a really good team again. And why it gives them a real chance to win on Sunday in New Orleans Joe. Julia with sports radio ninety four WIP sports.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Us with advertisers. So we can explain what our audiences interested in it shouldn't take more than six min. That's and I know this is important to you. It's certainly important to me. No, we will not collect any personal data. We do appreciate your doing. It though twit dot te'o slash survey. Twelve is the address twits dot T O slash survey. Twelve you do while. You're listening won't take you very long. And I do appreciate your doing. Now on we go with the show. Oh, no, John Perry. Barlow has passed Ohno. I'm sorry. Oh that makes me so ill for quite some time. John Perry Barlow on the he was a Grateful Dead. Lyricist? Great gentlemen of the open internet Lassie guy. A Montana rancher who also helped founded the electron ick frontier foundation and did so much to promote the free internet. Wasn't that old? No, he was he'd been ill. In fact, we went to a really wonderful benefit for him in San revenue last year with with Bobby. We're of the Grateful Dead. Ramblin Jack Elliott, Sean Lennon, it was really amazing tribute to him to raise money for his hospital bills because he had been what was the beginning of his ailment. You know, just it just piled on. I know. But I don't know where it started. It said it says in his a bitch where he'd been dealing with one health issue after another in recent years died, Al sleep. He was only seventy you're right. It wasn't. It wasn't very old. He led a a very energetic life, and maybe he just burnt the candle faster than some of us. He he was a fellow student at the fountain valley school in Colorado Springs with Bob we're so they went to high school together. And we're of course, friends for years. He wrote many of the dead's iconic songs with we're including Cassidy throwing stones Helena bucket. Lost sailor Saint of circumstance black throated wind. The music never stopped. Looks like rain Mexicali blues. It was really fun to. To hear Bob weir and his pickup in play many of those songs. Four John at the tribute there. John joined it via Skype. He he he joined the well in one thousand nine hundred six I was there to then four years later one thousand nine hundred out of the electric frontier foundation. He and Mitch Kapor, and John Gilmore who is one of the cypher punks and EFF, of course, remains to this day of great fighter for the freedom of the internet and many of us, remember, John Kerry Barlow's. In fact, I think you asked me to get him to read it again when I interviewed him drank did what was the we the people of the internet. Yes. Did he do it? He didn't do it. Right. He kind of. I don't know. We'll have to go back and find it. He was he finally did redo it. Yeah. He was kind of pooh-poohed it. He was embarrassed. But then then I think he recognized how much people it was this document is a wonderful document kind of the firm. I kind of statement that. Something was happening. That it was that it was it was a nation of its own a sort of right? The declaration of independence of cyberspace written Dabo's. Governments of the industrial world, you weary giant civil simply give it some Morley. Give it some more. Do it for John do it for John governments of the industrial world. You weary giants of flesh and steel I come from cyberspace, the new home of mind, a behalf of the future. I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather. We have no elected government, nor are we likely to have won. So address you with no greater authority than that. Which with which liberty itself? Always speaks is just beautiful. I I can't do it Justice because it's so great. And maybe I could find him reading it. He did he did finally read it about about two years ago. I think..

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"jack elliott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oh, great. Or before the night is done. I love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper? Jack, all the good names were taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours to go. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radio name other than yours. You're mine is the real deal real deal Nighthawk. But I was I got up the plane in Pittsburgh. And the program director says, you know, we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper, Jack, Panama, Jack, captain Jack cracker, Jack. I mean, any Jack in the world and Tramper one because the old masks series and trapper John MD and all that stuff so trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean in America, if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind time over something like this or a marauding gangs of illegally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things like. You're you're shown that there you have certain limitations don't allow you to do things like driving inspect things is that and that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the purple vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For wealth, actually, drove for a little while. And then that got a little dicey. So I so I stopped, but it's it's kind of a technical term. So that you can you know, put that handicapped sticker on your car in park wherever you want to park. Right. Exactly. Exactly. I think maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I was just it took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculous began as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it. It's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking to. All of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touch by heaven the podcast? There's a there's a doctor here. Dr I psalm Namie who has a reputation as he's done a lot of national programs where the guys a living Saint he's just a living stated, and I mean, my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I literally I've I've seen people, you know, we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You know, literally just everything goes away. Everything is he'll not not for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored. What for about both for about one minute? The one time that the first time it happened. It happened at about this time. It happened at two thirty in the. Morning. I was getting up to do my radio show. And I woke up before the alarm went off in my arm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk to make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up, and this isn't a dream. This would this is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. I started getting up, and I could see everything. And and it was I thought well, wait a minute. How maybe we'll see where's the light coming from looked up. And my feeling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated and not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I gosh. I could see everything I could see colors. I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking out the window. And I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I it took me while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on. Lights up lasted about a minute right about a minute. Will you crushed in disappointed when it went away? No, I was wowed. Crashed at all good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like. Yeah. And healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying. Whether you're healed are not healed. I'm with you. With all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us. Not healing us. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easy. You know, we got we we get run a giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences and powers and all that. And and in time we'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this like testing period here on earth. You know, just amazing the moment, it was a very cool moment. And the same thing happened during the day.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"A St Louis miracle to tell you how great for before the night is done. I love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper, Jack all the good names were taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours to go home. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radio names other than yours. You're mine is the real deal real deal Nighthawk. But I was I got off the plane in Pittsburgh. And the program director says, you know, we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper jacked Panama, Jack, captain, Jack cracker, Jack. I mean, you any Jack in the world and Tramper one because the old mask series and trapper John MD and all that stuff so trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean in America if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind? I don't want you to do in time over something like this or a marauding gangs illegally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things like. You're you're showing that there you have certain limitations. What just don't allow you to do things like driving and sex things that and that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the perfect vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For awhile actually, drove for a little while. And then that got a little dicey. So so I stopped, but it's it's kind of a technical term. So that you can you know, but that handicap sticker on your car in park wherever you want park. Right. Exactly. Exactly. I think maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I I was just it took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculously begin as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it on. It's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking to all of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touched by heaven the podcast? I there's a there's a doctor here. Dr I saw him name he who has a reputation as a lot of national programs where the guy's a living Saint he's just a living Saint, and I mean, and my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I've literally I've I've seen people, you know, we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You know, literally just everything goes away. Everything is he'll not not for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored. What for about books is for about one minute. The the one time that the first time it happened. It happened at at about this time it happened at two thirty in the morning. I was getting up to do my radio show and. I woke up before the alarm went off and on my arm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk to make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up, and this is my dream. This is this is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. And I started getting up, and I could see everything. And and it was I thought well, wait a minute. How might you will see where's the light coming from? I looked up and my ceiling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated. And not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I gosh. I could see everything I could see colors. I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking at the window, and I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I it took me while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on lights off lasted about a minute right about a minute. Will you crush? Disappointed when went away. No, I was wowed. I would say that. All good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like. Yeah. And healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying whether you're healed or not healed. I'm with you with all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us. Not healing us. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see that's we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easy here. You know, we got we we get run. This giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences powers and all that. And and in time. We'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this testing period here on earth, you know, oh, just amazing the virtual moment. It was a very cool moment. And the same thing happened during the.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on WLAC

"Tell you how great or before the night is done love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper, Jack all the good names were taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours to go home. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radios name other than yours. You're mine is the real deal real deal Nighthawk. But I was I got off the plane and Pittsburgh program director says, you know, we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper, Jack, Panama, Jack, captain Jack cracker, Jack. I mean, any Jack in the world and Tramper one because the old mask series and trapper John MD and all that stuff so trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean in America if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind? I don't want you doing time over something like this or marauding gangs illegally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things like that. They're you're you're shown that there. You have. Certain limitations just don't allow you to do things like driving inspect things that. And that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the perfect vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For awhile actually, drove for a little while. And then that got a little dicey. So so I stopped, but it's a technical term. So that you can you know, but that handicapped sticker on your car in park wherever you want to park, -actly, exactly. Maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I'm I was just it took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculously began as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it. And it's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking to all of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touched by heaven the podcast? There's a there's a doctor here. Dr I psalm Namie who has a reputation as he's done a lot of national programs where the guys are living Saint he's just a living. And I mean, and my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I literally I've I've seen people, you know, we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You know, literally just everything goes away. Everything is he'll not for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored for about booklets for about one minute. The the one time that the first time it happened. It happened at at about this time it happened at two thirty in the morning. I was getting up to do my radio show and. I woke up before the alarm went off in my alarm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk just make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up. This is my dream. This would this is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. And I started getting up, and I could see everything. And and it was I thought well, wait a minute. How am I able to see the light coming from? I looked up and my ceiling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated and not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I I could see everything I could see colors I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking at the window, and I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I took me while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on lights up lasted about a minute right about a minute. Will you crush? Disappointed when went away. No, I was wowed. I would say that. All good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like and healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying. Whether you're healed are not healed. I'm with you with all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us night. Healing us. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see that's we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easy here. You know, we got we we get the run giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences and towers and all that and and in time. We'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this like testing period here on earth. You know? Oh, just amazing the fruitful moment, very cool moment..

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"jack elliott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I have a Saint Louis miracle to tell you how great for before the night is done love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper? Jack, all the good names are taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours to go. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radio name other than yours. You're mine is the real deal reveal deal Nighthawk, but I got off the plane and Pittsburgh program director says, you know, we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper, Jack, Panama, Jack, captain Jack cracker, Jack. I mean, any Jack in the world and trapper one because the old mash series and trapper John MD and all that stuff so trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean in America if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind? I don't want you doing time over something like this marauding gangs of illegally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things like. That you're you're shown that there you have certain limitations just don't allow you to do things like driving and stuck things. And that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the perfect vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For a while actually drove for a little while and then that got a little dicey. So so I stopped, but it's kind of a technical term. So that you can you know, but that handicapped sticker on your car in park wherever you want to park, right? Exactly. I think maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I was just took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculously began as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it on a it's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking to all of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touched by heaven the podcast? There's a there's a doctor here. Dr I Sam Namie who has a reputation as he's not a lot of national programs where the guys a living Saint he's just a living state. And I mean, and my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I literally I've I've seen people, you know, we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You literally just everything goes away. Everything is he'll not for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored for about both sides for about one minute. The one time that the first time it happened. It happened at about this time. It happened at two thirty in the morning. I was getting up to do my radio show and. I woke up before the alarm went off in a my alarm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk to make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up, and this isn't a dream. This is this is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. And I started getting up, and I could see everything. And and it was I thought well, wait a minute. We'll see where's the light coming? Somebody looked up. And my ceiling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated. And not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I I could see everything I could see colors I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking out the window. And I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I it took me while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on lights up lasted about a minute right about a minute. Will you crush? Disappointed when it went away. No, I was wild. I was rushed at all good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like. Yeah. And healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying whether you're healed or not healed. I'm with you with all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us. Not healing us. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see that's we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easier. You know, we got we can we get run. This giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences and powers and all that. And and in time. We'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this like testing period here on earth. You know, just amazing the. The moment because a very cool moment. And the same thing happened during the day.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oh, great for before the night is done love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper? Jack, all the good names were taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radio other than yours. You're mine is the real deal real deal Nighthawk. But I was I got off the plane in Pittsburgh. And the program director said, you know, we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper, Jack, Panama, Jack, captain Jack cracker, Jack. I mean any Jack in the world and trapper one because the old masks series trapper, John MD and all that stuff. So trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean? And America if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind. I don't want you to do in time over something like this or marauding gangs will be legally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things. Like that. You're you're showing that there you have certain limitations don't allow you to do things like driving and stuff saying that. And that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the perfect vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For awhile sexually drove for a little while and then that got a little dicey. So so I stopped, but it's it's kind of a technical term. So that you can you know, but that handicap sticker on your car in park wherever you wanna park. Right. Exactly. Exactly. I think maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I was just it took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculously began as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it. And it's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking. All of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touched by heaven the podcast? I there's a there's a doctor here. Dr I saw him Namie who has a reputation as these of national programs where the guys are living Saint he's just a living Saint, and I mean, and my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I literally I've I've seen people, you know, who we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You know, literally just everything goes away. Everything is not enough for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored. What for about for about one minute? The one time that the first time it happened. It happened at at about this time it happened at two thirty in the morning. I was getting up to do my radio show and. I woke up before the alarm went off in my alarm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk to make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up, and this is my dream this. This is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. And I started getting up, and I could see everything, and it was I thought well, wait a minute. How maybe we'll see where's the light coming from look up in. My ceiling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated. And not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I I could see everything I could see colors I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking out the window. And I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I took me a while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on lights up lasted about a minute right about a minute. Will you crush? Disappointed when it went away. No, I was wild. I would say that. All good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like. Yeah. And healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying whether you're healed or not healed. I'm with you. With all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us night healing. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see that's we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easy here. You know, we got week, and we get the rumours giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences and powers and all that. And and and in time we'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this like testing period here on earth. Yeah. Just amazing. The moment was a very cool moment in the same thing happened during the.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on WTVN

"Oh, great for before the night is done love to hear tell everybody. How you got the nickname trapper? Jack, all the good names were taken. Okay. What's your next question? Great only got two more hours to go. No, actually, I was in Pittsburgh. And I literally got off the plane from Seattle where I had been Jack Elliott all these are fake names, by the way, these radio names other than yours. You're mine is the real deal real deal Nighthawk, but I was I got off the plane in Pittsburgh. And the program director said we have so many shows in this town that have been around for a million years, we need something to make you memorable quickly and the staff voted it could have been trapper, Jack, Panama, Jack, captain Jack cracker, Jack. I mean, any Jack in the world and trapper one because the old mash series and trapper John MD and all that stuff so trapper jacket was and when we say, you're legally blind. What does that actually mean in America if you're going to be blind to please be legally blind? I don't want you to do in time over something like this or a marauding gangs of illegally blind people out there, basically, what it means is that you know, you shouldn't be driving things like. That you're you're shown that there you have certain limitations. What just don't allow you to do things like driving and things that and that can be the acuity that can be the peripheral for me, I got night blindness and all the personal vision taken away when I was like thirteen fourteen I had central vision. Okay. For awhile actually, drove for a little while. And then that got a little dicey. So so I stopped, but it's it's kind of a technical term. So that you can you know, but that handicapped sticker on your car in park wherever you want to park. Right. Exactly. Exactly. I think maybe why the miraculous is so fascinating to me. And I was just it took me about fifty years to figure it out, but I just became dazzled by the miraculously began as maybe as a blind guy and all those blind healing stories of the bible or something. But there's something about a blind guy who can who sees this stuff as I see it on. It's just so my vision is so clear in this area. Where of how God is he really is speaking to. All of us and has never stopped. This is the way he's always spoken to us. And is that what led you into touched by heaven the podcast? There's a there's a doctor here. Dr I I'm naming who has a reputation as he's done a lot of national programs where the guys a living Saint he's just a living Saint, and I mean, and my definition for that is when he praised things happen. And I literally I've I've seen people, you know, we're supposed to be dead in a few minutes. You know, literally just everything goes away. Everything is he'll not not for everybody. But as I said these things they're not random, and so when when this doctor would pray for people, I would just see these miraculous things happen. And even though it wasn't happening for me. Although twice I gotta tell you George twice. I've had my vision completely restored. What for about for about one minute? The the one time that the first time it happened. It happened at at about this time it happened at two thirty in the. Morning. I was getting up to do my radio show. And I woke up before the alarm went off in my alarm was set up across the room. So I'd have to get up and walk to make sure I was awake. But I woke up before the alarm went off. Now, I'm getting up, and this is my dream. This would this is I was awake. I was just awake. And I got it. And I started getting up, and I could see everything. And and it was I thought well, wait a minute. We'll see where's the light coming from my look up, and my ceiling light wasn't on my lamps weren't on and my and the whole room was eliminated and not only that. But everything was clear for the first time. And I can't tell you how long I I could see everything I could see colors I could see the grain in the in the wood of the dresser. And that just wasn't my reality. I could see and I'm looking out the window. And I see it's pitch black out there. So okay. It's it's night. It's two thirty and I can see everything and that I it took me while to figure this out. But that was a conversation starter that was God going lights on. Life. I've lasted about a minute writes about a minute. Will you crushed in disappointed when it went away? No, I was wowed. I would say all good. Wow. Because here's here's the way. I took it is that it's like and healing is funny. This way, it's like God was going lights on lights off lights on. And it was like he was saying whether you're healed or not healed. I'm with you with all of us all the time. Whether healing us not healing us. And that's that's kind of the message of these things. Whether he's healing us night. Healing us. I'm with you. I'm with you. Why can't he just say lights on and forget about it? But then see that's we live in a fallen world. We can't be that easy here. You know, we got we we get the this giant chessboard of the good guys versus the bad guys. And both sides have their influences and powers and all that. And and in time. We'll be lights on for all of us. You know? But in the meantime, we have to go through this like testing period here on earth. You know? I'll just amazing the. Moment. There's a very cool moment. And and the same thing happened during.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Loser win. So right now. Philadelphia's going to thirty one percent chance Mike of making the playoffs. It's not super great. But if you have. The beating Washington he goes up to forty nine. So coin flip if they'd be Washington. It's a coin flip when they make the playoffs. And hey, if you assume Kansas City goes ahead and beat Seattle it already bumps it up a few points. Does that above fifty percent to assuming candy beat Seattle banged up? Secondary candies. Obviously very very hot eagles. Have a fifty percent. Chance of making the playoffs in all basically comes down to a Seattle all scouts Zona, Minnesota loss against Chicago. Those are the two games you're watching as Mike said the bears are not playing after the Rams game. They won't know the result. So they still have they won't be locked into a siege. So they will have something to play for which is good those games will likely get flexed around a little bit. But it would be very much show in the league's interest to make sure Chicago has something to play for and to make sure the Minnesota has something to play for which is to say the eagles game be before the Minnesota game because of the blues Minnesota's locked into their seed. There's no way they're not making the playoffs. So you're gonna see the eagles game. The bears game. And the Los Angeles Rams game all happen to the same time in my opinion. So those are the playoff implications for the eagles moving forward. A lot of different moving parts. Of course, we'll have it all covered here at bleeding. Green nation will be detailing it throughout the week making sure that your informed on everything that's going on. Let's dial back to this game for a second. Because this is a game where the eagles once again were up towards the end of the game. And you start to see the cracks in the wall started developing you get the Josh Adams feature back fumble. Oh, you also get the missed extra point by Jack Elliott, which leads to the Texans getting up a score after that fumble. And after Vincent Smith. Listen, the limestone wide receiver. Listen that. I counted table for in the Aussies ahead. Stop yourself. Immediately. Jake Elliott missed the extra point on purpose. So as to kick his game winning field goal, Michael. Because when you're hustler long when you're hustler you can't stop hustling, a right? I won't never ever. Listen to anything bad about Jake Elliott ever again ever. I never have anything bad. It was funny. Tweet it out. I've never doubted Jay Kellyanne people like high. Yeah, that's funny. But I literally haven't his staunch supporter. Let me ask you this. How many kickers in the league right now? Do you think have a perfect extra point percentage off the top of your head go twenty two seven who have kicked who've attended at least five extra points? There are seven acres in the league who have never missed one. So unless you're gonna go go one of those seven because somehow they're going to leave their current team. You can suck it up with Elliot Michigan extra point now. And then because he has the coolest clutch kicker who has never in his young career mistake. Potential game winning game-tying or go ahead kick in the fourth quarter. Thank you very much. Jacob. I just love that he had to create his game winning field goal. Because of that scenario. You never know what the Texans might have gone to the situation is no Jake along. I'd get it. It's baller. It's alpha. I will I will hear nothing. Besides the fact the Jake Elliott absolutely intentionally. This into existence here here. No other claims. I'm just upset that that's the most I've been off on one of these guessing games in a long time. I don't know why that twenty two that's very high twenty two was held. I mean with with people only like one or two maybe 'cause like Kabu was one for one last year. So I, you know, but yet you're wrong, you're done..

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"jack elliott" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on KTOK

"Hang on a minute to find him. No problem. But yeah. Coming up on the show. We've got some great guests lined up, and I'm real excited about having them. Let me get to my phone here. My sheriff is going to be on sheriff John Wetzel, he'll be on the show coming up. I said Jack would be on Jack Elliott, I don't know if he'll bring Ron or not. But we get to their story. Got the podcast. And that's that's cool. I watch they actually do like an video the video podcast though. Steve Crossley, you might not know, Steve Steve only toured with Glen Campbell for seven years. Wow. Treasure chest of information. I think he's at Balinese tonight. I don't know. But he he is sometimes my dear friend, Mike Morgan, Mike, and I started out in weather thirty years ago together, and he's a treasure chest. I really respect him for a bunch of different reasons. But he has a passion for weather, and it's just unbelievable since he was fifteen seriously. I write notes I follow him. And don't believable. It's unbelie I think and he hit he'll have to correct me. I think he invented storm chasing. I can't argue that so. I think he did. So he'll be on the show. And we'll have a lot to talk about local celebrities name it they're going to be on. And then we'll have the Nixon's, and we'll have cedar on we'll have different bands on as they come through. And DCF concerts will help us out with that Jamie and David over there. All right. It looks like we're going to take a break, and we'll be right back. This is the cliff Davis show on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Hang clothes clip. Davis show is brought to you by red valley, landscaping and construction shogun.

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"jack elliott" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"City, one involving a police officer who investigators say killed the man. The Lancaster county district attorney's office says they're now trying to determine if it wasn't appropriate. Use of force FOX forty-three three's. Jack Ebel joining us now live in Lancaster with details on this story here. Jack Elliott the investigation is still in early stages. But what we know? Now is police say they were called to the Angie. Cheers this reporters. Name is Jack. Listen to his voice. It sounds like the Jack you and I know Pershing avenue for domestic disputes and say that a man was holding Vanessa our Jack. Yeah. Does does doesn't it? That freaks me out. Do you think are Jack's moonlighting in Pennsylvania? I think so I get it. Right, jack. We're we're talking about you Boko. When you say that he'll hear this sound like me at all. I think it does don't you? It literally does woman at gunpoint, but the links to county district attorney's office is not calling this a hostage situation because of how fast the incident happened. You see for a hostage situation. You got hold the host. You gotta hold it for more than like, I don't know is that fifteen year kidnapping is when you hold someone against their will. So does that five seconds, fifteen seconds, thirty seconds of minute. Two minutes. Five minutes when what is it? I don't know either. Queens, New York, I'm shocked, the taxpayer you shot in queens. A woman plays the nine one one. Call reporting a burglary in progress in queens. There's a burglary in queens. So we have to Mark patrol cars. Pulling up on the scene four officers..

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"jack elliott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"jack elliott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Courtesy of soccer is vertebral back with nine players injured should know had put it out whiten bacame here's a sackable rut by via via maxi murata's morale is now in the area at tries to open up his hips at reversed that all across it's a deflected out for the corner active morale is with a run be on davut via in the area and we see maxi those penetrating runs in a box all season long hill now take the corner is is a quarter kick number four opposite i rather on the case for the your city with a rightfoot it's an outswinger and andrei blake read it all the way off his line it goes up high to catch that is just wasn't enough nice on the bowl and there's fawzi much muchhyped on the delivery from violence mighty simple for all dried like just to come out and gather that about eight will now yards off his goalline no pressure applied on him by any of the plaza memoir cessi the member looking at the bench ronald back the rita will make his return from an eightgame absence to the the high ankle sprain if this game as level i think that's a situation where we might see matter rita because i don't think patrick vieira will accept anything in terms of this being a successful day but three points harrison the ben sweat bet swept was targeting up at the top of the box but the break addis who has it again replace key get rosa berry as the regular rightback it did well to defend that in our put so what seems like a the one hundred the ball by philadelphia union just deep into the new york city enda hopeful a oftentimes without a purpose other than to break pressure which is not always a bad thing about thing get myself servcies back line is blamed pretty hard as a lotta spicing behind i've no be naive in it said he would just ivy not in that spicy behind the by for a more safe say but he's worked forces the packed full to tell the chinese brawl night's battle between jack elliott and davut via as there was long service out of the back from ben sweat to davut via came into about how and jack kelly was there hall was lose via though using his body to stay between the ball.

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