16 Burst results for "James Montgomery"

"james montgomery" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"J. will davison marilyn. Dave means i'm starting just field all day and twice on sunday because i know we can't win with all right fair enough. Okay say let them finish up and say we're not. We're not rule like around the food. I gotta finish up. We have a long meeting. We get route to the collared. A very warm welcome right so everyone better be on notice. Now if you're on the line for caller roulette like i will cut you off. If you don't come with something to say nothing not playing around today. Tired a little bit. I'm so be ready jet skis girl. Go get him. Checked right pop on the jet skis on the east river next. Everyone better ready keyshawn. Jay will even presented by progressive. Insurance guest joins us on. The goodyear hotline. We're gonna play a game lead to lead spin the wheel of every single time. Line one young. James montgomery from georgia go ahead. James montgomery from georgia. I heard you. What are you guys saying I was wondering why You guys don't talk about the vikings much because they make the playoffs. And i've been a vikings fan ever since. Tommy kramer anthony. Carter chris carter Adrian peterson randy moss. And i think they're gonna be competitive this year. The vikings are good. They're going to be competitive. In kirk cousins is a really good quarterback. Go fill the quota for talking about the vikings onto the next call. I like i said this earlier. There's not moving the needle us lately like there's not much. There's no owns there in minnesota right now. Like we're gonna need a little something something from them. Why spend the wheel senior yes. Adam feeling is legit. Yes line. Who to adam from adam from beautiful smokey's muggy bakersfield lifetime dolphins fan. You were talking about some pressure on the quarterback. And i tell you what miami's defense this year is going to be top five four sir. There is some pressure onto. But i say there's more pressure on the line cause to as healthy he's gonna bring it. What do you guys think about miami winning the division and and riding into the playoffs. Where i don't know if they're gonna win visit. I started going to be competitive for the second spot. There's no question about that I don't think they don't think they quite there. On the winning division part offers a line has to stay healthy and to has delivered defense. I think the defense will be fire. I don't know about top five but they'll certainly be fire. That'd be top ten. But i look a lot this year. Depends upon what happens with the shawn. Watson situation how that pans out and also to a can continue to progress to be quarterback being elite quarterback in the league serviceable. Yes remains to be seen. What his ceiling is been the wheel. Good morning line. Four.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Tubman was definitely putting her underground railroad experience to use as a spy in addition to her humanitarian work. Earlier that year she'd been issued a one hundred dollars by the department of the which she had used to create a spy network. Her spies were all contraband who had had experience as boat pilots or doing other work on the water. It ran this network under the auspices of colonel. James montgomery was also by that point. Commanding the newly created second regiment south carolina volunteer infantry african descent that june general hunter wanted to plan a raid of the cumby river which was home to a number of plantations. It's possible that the whole raid was Idea based on intelligence that she'd gathered from her network of spies. Exactly where this idea actually came from is hard to pin down but the fact that tubman played a critical role in it is absolutely undeniable along with the fact that she told hunter she'd only participate if montgomery was in command it also seems as though she and her spy network participated in other similar rates as well but the cumby river raid is definitely the most famous. The plan was to take a force up the cumby river evading and disabling minds that had been laid there and then a rating the rice and cotton plantations that lay along its length. They would take what they could carry. Liberate the enslaved labor force and then torched the rest of it apart from the obviously humanitarian success of liberating hundreds of people from slavery. This would also destroy a source of confederate assets and wealth tubman and the eight or nine scouts that she employed together worked out the locations of all the minds that needed to be disabled and spread the word to the enslaved people on the plantations of what was about to happen. She at least some of these scouts were aboard the lead boat when it set off up the river. Three gunships ships in about three hundred. Black troops were involved as well on june first eighteen sixty three. They started their journey up the river. They raided plantations in colton and beaufort counties. Liberating the enslaved people they're capturing what provisions they could and destroying what they couldn't so the confederacy couldn't continue to use it. This whole thing happened with no injuries to tubman her. Spies or the union fighting force who also participated possibly because the people who owned and ran. The plantations found the sudden appearance of the second regiment armed terrifying farther upriver plantation owners fled in advance of the incoming raid the raid captured. About fifteen thousand dollars worth of property and eight hundred and forty slaves according to a letter from a member of the massachusetts fifty four th colored regiment which was published in the new bedford newspaper. According to a letter that tubman dictated herself. There were seven hundred fifty six slaves who were liberated. It was this and other actions that wound up earning the nickname general with newspapers even going so far as calling her the. Us army's first woman general even though she didn't actually hold an official military rank she is. However the only woman knowns you have led a military operation like this during the.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"That could be a whole other podcast anyway. Eventually the emancipation proclamation was issued on january first of eighteen sixty three which freed the enslaved population in the states that were rebelling against the union also in january. Colonel james montgomery was authorized to recruit recruit black soldiers into military service and train them to be soldiers. Once those two things happened tubman started investing her pay into building a wash house so she could teach formerly enslaved women how to make a living for themselves. She invested most of the rest of her money into similar endeavors. And she gave up her privilege of military rations because she thought it was causing jealousy among the people she was working with instead she made root beer pies in gingerbread in off hours so she could sell them earn her own. Keep the presence of a black fighting force played a role in. Harriet tubman most famous action during her time as a civil war spy which was arrayed river in june of eighteen. Sixty three. we know it's a little early but that is a pretty exciting story. We want to keep it all together. So we're going to get to it. After a brief word sponsor this episode is brought to you by linked in learning. Listen my career is different from your career and your career is different from anybody else. You know we all have different paths and sometimes when you decide on a goal reaching that goal can take time but lincoln learning offers courses based on in demand skills so that that career goal that you set can become the one that you get. Engineers for example are learning cutting edge languages to build better products and sales. People are learning to ask better questions to make their numbers. So what courses will you take the job that you want comes the job that you have..

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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A place that has seen fan favorites like the Fools Members of J. Giles and this guy James Montgomery. It's going away, and it's all because of the pandemic. After an initial sign of hope, a month ago, the owners of nine Wallace in Beverly say they cannot hang on any longer. They make the Disappointing announcements on their websites and on social media. And how about we flipped the script? WBC's Drew Mo Hollande takes us to the movie they packed up in Woodstock, New York, moved to Newburyport bought a business What better time to do all that, then a pandemic, said No one ever. It's been slow. Rebecca and Ben Funders took charge of the screening room in Newburyport last summer. It's a small deer that gets first run films a lot. It's basically a very, very unique place pretty cool, and Rebecca says the fact that they've made no money yet because of the pen. Endemic, like literally none That doesn't faze them. This is an exciting new opportunity for us to actually find our own place and meet the community and restart after the long closure new life into an old building, and they are gradually opening up to audiences. They say they got choked up earlier this week when so many people came out everyone in great spirits drew Mulholland WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Looks like more young Americans want to head to the suburbs, Details now at 808 with Bloomberg Business and Tom Busby. All plenty of rooms. A nice lawn. Maybe a garage realtor dot com says nearly half of would be Generation Z Home Buyer's plan to buy a home in the suburbs over the next five years, not in the city. Keep in mind, though The oldest members of that group are only about 25 right now on Wall Street as investors anticipate good news about jobless claims for last week and durable goods orders from May both those data points out in just a few minutes. How futures are up 183 points and eBay selling off a big chunk of its South Korean online marketplace to a local company. It's netting $3 billion. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBC Boston's news radio. What's in your sandwich? We find out next. It's 809. Your place of work is open to interpretation these days, But your place for news is clearly defined. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart Radio, Little Caesars Thin Crust pizza. Loaded with cheese and pepperoni. You can't even see the crust. And if you ever want to see it again, listen very carefully..

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"james montgomery" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on Here & Now

"In camden new jersey. The city spends more than four million dollars a year. Cleaning up trash that's been illegally dumped mostly by non-residents a new citywide art and social justice project is taking this on in an unusual and creative way. Whyy's elizabeth perez luna reports. Some legal dumpers are so bold than the even specialized so there's a place where mountains of all christmas trees pile-up other places have tons of kitchen and bathroom appliances or accumulate debris from construction camden. I have been fed up for a while. They see it as a combination of greed from the horrors who sand trashier and a form of urban insult. People just come through their trash away in camden and they're just ready to throw camden altogether. And you don't have to. It's a great community. There's great people within it. You know randy. Johnson was born in camden. And she's one of the art apprentices in their new view our project. Her family is vested in the cds future. My family's been camden now for three generations. It's kind of gone downhill since my my grandmother originally bought her house out here. Being one of the first black women to buy a house in camden. And i love that now. The community is trying to rebuild itself in better itself dealing with be legally dumping is at the core of new view. A million dollar public arts project funded by bloomberg philanthropies. Its goal is to transform six places along the series public transportation corridors do visually interesting spaces that involve resident participation. The larger goal is pride and economic development. These are not traditional public art installations. Where else would you find. Any large tower like sculpture dedicated to placing boxes and boxes of earth populated by hundreds of meter worms who love the taste of styrofoam for three months. The minute worms will crunch the non biodegradable material into compostable mulch. There can be using gardens and then the meal worms transformed into earth friendly beatles mitchell joachim director of terror form warn the collective organization that came up with the bioinformatic digestive speaks. Founding of the miller warms allowing for creature that has no voice to be front and center more important than any human this case something as a humble millward and they do amazing work by getting rid of polystyrene. We don't need chemicals. We don't need landfills. We don't need guys with giant trucks dealing with our styrofoam we can live these worms devour them naturally and then they turn into beatles so that birds and other insects can eat them and the things that they produce. Fresh becomes material a few blocks from there. An older building displays portrait of fifty local residents in each window designed by camden photographer and educator. Eric james montgomery the artists ask each participant to complete the phrase. Coundon is some said. Camden is legendary others. It's my home and it's worthy few have as much enthusiasm for the presence of these artists and the community support for this project. Then chris louis president and ceo of cooper's ferry one of the nonprofits behind a.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on Planet Mikey

"Hold on. Hold on. Oh, he's got a button over there. Yeah, it's see it's winter in the furnace on its sure in that room with the furnace. That's your special seat vibratory. Mm. I know what that is. Remember this one chock full of nuts is that Heavenly coffee heavily coffee heavily coffee chock-full of jobs. Sue's not have any coffee then it goes better coffee a Millionaire's money can't buy what a stupid that was a awful. I'll give you one. Last one. My Armour hot dogs dogs dogs Armour hot dogs, right is a marching tune. Yeah. See I told you so hyper fellow leading a bunch of little kids singing a hot dogs right thing is creepy as shit right off their Altar Boys. What causes you to remember all these things? She this is my prom drugs. Honestly, I don't know but they come to me in the middle of the night. Sometimes I'm sitting by the way former Red Sox outfielder, Billy Conigliaro brother of Tony Conigliaro passed away. I just got news of it today Billy C played with his brother in nineteen sixty nine and nineteen seventy thousand. I last saw him. I was at a one of the the Richie Conigliaro called me said you want to come to this event. It was at Tony C's and it was it was me and James Montgomery off. And Billy the spaceman Billy Conigliaro and Scott Brown the senator know in this funny-looking picture. Remember when I had long hair a couple of years ago, I did look like Jesus. Yes, I you know, and I thought after he rose from the grave I thought about like Jesus all the time back then when I had that long he was amazing. It's like a transformation. I was nice and charitable two people even lepers. Yeah, keep giving them fish. It's weird to hear about the lepers at a card game. No dealer through in his hand. All right, you know what you call a leopard a Jacuzzi. What's that? Mm? So what the lever hockey game you hear about that have faced off in the corner. I'm going to throw a random ass 60s Red Sox question. Okay, I'm ready. I want to see if you not going easy too hard. I'm just going straight to different. Let me verify here that there are no notes in front of there aren't any he doesn't wage Know what I'm looking at right now. So he played for three years with the Red Sox in the mid-to-late sixties. How many career home runs. Did he hit as a member of the Red Sox third baseman Joe Foy. Joe Foy, I think he came up in sixty-six. Yeah, and he was a part of the religion 67 Red Sox. I'm really pretty sure he had a lot more errors off then home runs. But in that tree three year period was at sixty-six sixty-seven sixty-eight. Yes, he had I guess 24 homers. He had in his 3 years before than that 41 home runs. I see I was I had to change that I could change that came up as a rookie hit fifteen in sixty-six followed up with sixteen and six months right ten and sixty-eight. Yeah. I knew he channeled off a little bit Joe Ford was from just so you know that I know about him. He was from New York City. Yes, he was and he wore number one was his uniform number one Joe Foy and he was the guy that got beaned in the Yankee Stadium Battle of 67 against Jim lonborg and the Red Sox sad Tillotson beaned him after he had a grand slam beat him on the helmet almost killed him and lomborg went dead to listen to the pictures hit back. Then when he came up to bat mom. We're just first pitch bang right in the numbers a fax. All right in the numbers and then a huge brawl erupted and Rico Petrocelli was fighting Joe pepitone trying to pull his wig off while we go petrocelli's brother. Who's a New York cop was trying to break it up song. Gene Smith who was a rookie in a karate expert was picked somebody up and flipped him on the ground. It was a huge brawl Yankee Stadium and Joe Ford was the cause of it. All right. Yeah, and by the way John forcing Joe for his last name for a backwards is Yas, correct. That's right. And Joe is no longer with us. When did he die off in twenty years ago in nineteen? Eighty-nine. That's thirty years ago the age of forty-six. He was very young when he died. I can clearly like 46. All right, so I'm just so you know, if you ever need something along those lines you call me. It doesn't matter when but that was a good one. Right and I was a deep cut deep Cuts your Foie. Yes. He was not a good Fielding third base man fact, they just put Jerry Adair over there as a defensive replacement. Okay. Okay. So Billy she passed away that's sad. It's too bad that you can make the arrow family Rich. He's the only boy left now from them by the way, did you book Tatiana yet? We're still working on it. We're efforting. What do you what do you do? Because so far it's been three weeks has been no progress. We're negotiating a catch cash price right now has to be money involved. Yes, what do you think of newday? USA company would just let her do it a commercial for free on the podcast in exchange for her presence while I offered one. My grandma's coffee cake. They want three so we're stuck. It might be worth it for Tatiana if you know saying yeah, you know that that would be worth and I go for it. She's on all the time Smith. I know like you watch t show pops up all the time. You want to hear her voice notes like somebody I know and I'm like like Pavlov's dog and I look I randomly found her actor Sizzle reel. Oh, yeah. Well she find it. No. No, I wasn't good terrible. Don't say that. If she hears this on the podcast she want I thought she was like directing movies now. I got a movie. I I'd like to make a movie with Jadzia know she'll never come on. Oh, no, I'm just kidding. I'm sure that she does she knows I'm kidding. She must know I'm kidding. I mean she probably probably didn't need all those flowers. I sent her. I'm not a stalker. You know, I'm just thinking the world wants to know more about Tatiana. Don't you think you know right now for 1969 you can get two dozen beautiful red roses at the Whole Foods. They gotta sale going on this week. Really? Yeah Valentine's Day special at Shaw's know what age you know, I might sneak over there and and do that. What do you need two dozen for cuz it makes a nice big fat bunch of flowers, you know looks good, but that doesn is standard fare. You don't have to get two dozen get to doesn't miss a nice impression. It's a little Overkill I think. You don't love your wife that much. No, but I mean it's like it's like doubling up on toilet paper. You don't have to it's not something you have to do better to have it and not need it. I know a guy in school. He used to wrap a firearm you go like a mummy wrap his entire hand just in case the case there was crack spread seriously. All right. So now on to the South part of the program, this is most serious part of the program. 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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A car length on and on all sides of you separating you James Montgomery band, bringing the weekend home. I'm Jeremiah Holland at the doubly busy watercooler. There's new guidance on how mothers should approach breastfeeding amid the covert pandemic. New research shows that breastfeeding poses minimal risk of spreading Covad 19 to a newborn baby, even from a mother who's tested positive for the virus. Positive mothers whose babies then also tested positive. It was only like 2 to 5% of the babies and again they're not even sure how that transmission occurred. That's Kate McLaughlin, a lactation expert at San Antonio's University Hospital, The World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics are encouraging mothers to continue or begin breastfeeding. Brian Clark ABC News Disney world, making some changes. Here's Jim Forbes. All four of the parks will have reduced our starting September 8th after Labor Day, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood studios will shut down an hour earlier. Well, Epcot, an Animal kingdom will close two hours earlier. Disney World just started its face reopening in July after the Corona virus shut it down for months. And as students prepare to get back to school working families, they're facing the reality of a school year, beginning virtually and worrying about where to send their kids during the day. Now, some so called shadow schools are trying to provide a place for kids to spend their school days. ABC Stephanie Ramos has more the programs at these pop up schools specifically for students who school campuses will not open this fall. And for kids who may not have the support of home toe learn online from California to Oklahoma. Facilities, opening their doors to try and fill the void with programs that look like school churches and y M. C. A is set up as learning pods.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Black Organizations. Reverend Horace Sheffield says there'll be a 25 foot screen actress Erika Alexander will present the film called Good Trouble. Cherokee. Alexander's Very good Friend of Mine, and she, Um, did this project of John Lewis, who I happen to know My father work with Dr Kane from 1956 on, Sheffield says the Georgia congressman was closely tied to Detroit. He's open to have about 100 people. For each of these showings. Remember the days of crowded venues to catch your favorite band or performer? Well, for those of us old enough to remember, they're called concerts. Now a day of the cove it the driving concert has become a place for live music. A man who came on the scene with the J Guy. Lt's Band Aerosmith and Open for the Allman Brothers for many years, is playing Manchester by the sea this weekend to be the first time I played since February 28 The James Montgomery Band is ready to go and Montgomery tells me quarantine. It's been all right. He's getting through. But it's also been really frustrating. Seeing big crowds gather across the country, not socially distancing. I just think of all the musicians around the world who were just going. Oh, my God, Why don't you stop doing that? But with all the time he's been hunting Down playing that harmonica that sees because it's always something that you're not just sitting there right next to you know, it's always there. It's always there Sunday night, James Montgomery back on stage driving style Manchester by the sea. Dream. Oh Holland W B z. Boston's news radio in the tropical storm came through this week knocked out power to an awful lot of people. We should tell your repairs are being made across the state. Fewer than 30,000 people still in the dark. Of course, that's bad if you're still in the dark majority central and western Massachusetts still seeing those outages, but the numbers have Definitely come down to 57 straight ahead in the news at three o'clock charges against the man who allegedly attacked police officers in Saugus this morning. I heart radio is the number one choice for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. No one makes it easier to hear everything you love in one free act. I'm so done with using too much of that's hard has it all. All right, They're together in one place. Radio podcasts got all the music. I think.

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James Montgomery Boice

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 2 years ago

James Montgomery Boice

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we will be in the twentieth century visiting with James Montgomery Boyce. Doctor Boyce was born on July seven, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. He lived in a bedroom community of Pittsburgh. was quite a high school athlete. His Dad was a doctor and position voice for a fine education as a high school student voice was sent to the Stony Brook School and New York. He was mentored by Frank E. Gabe line, Biblical, scholar and theologian in his own right. Well after Stony Brook Voice went to Harvard for his undergraduate, and then he went to Princeton for his give. After that he was on his way to Basel for a PhD in theology while he was in Basel all there were a group of people who pressured him to start a Bible study, and he started a Bible study that became a church and to this day there is an evangelical church there in Basel that great, reformation city. And there's a church there founded by doctor. Boyce well. He graduated from Basel and Nineteen. Sixty six and two years later in nineteen, sixty eight, he was installed as the Minister of Philadelphia's Tenth Presbyterian Church near Rittenhouse Square on Spruce Street and Philadelphia Historic Church its. Spire went way into the sky, and its organ and its pipes could be heard throughout the city on a Sunday morning. Well in the nineteen seventies and nineteen, seventy, four to be exact Boyce started the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. And in those early years people would gather there and intense church to hear John, Gersh ner and a young RC sprawl and J I packer and others, this constellation of reformed theologians in Nineteen, seventy, eight, a number of them joined together informed. The International Council for Biblical and A boy served as the chairman Dr. Scroll served as the President and see put out the Chicago statement on an errand see. They established themselves for a ten year run, and that was the life they had a voice also helped establish the Alliance for confessing evangelicals and nineteen ninety-four. That group stood strong against the evangelicals and Catholics together document, and took a stand for justification by faith alone well, in addition to those organizations. We have the books that doctor. Boyce wrote one of them. Foundations of the Christian faith is his systematic theology. It's billed as a comprehensive and readable theology. He also wrote renewing your mind in a mindless age, and another one of his books to cities to loves is subtitled Christian responsibility and a crumbling culture in addition to those books. He was known for his. Commentaries these of course grew out of his many sermons preached from Nineteen Sixty eight to the year two thousand from the pulpit of Tenth Presbyterian Church. She did a five volume series on John that was published a four volume series on Romans, two volumes on the minor prophets, three volumes on genesis and three volumes on the psalms. They're also commentaries on acts flippy in Nehemiah, Joshua Equations and Philippians and a few more books well Dr Voice was married to Linda. They had three daughters, nineteen, eighty, eighty-two Linda and Dr, Boyce. The city. Centre Academy School there in Philadelphia. On the morning of Good Friday, April twenty, one, two thousand Doctor Boyce was diagnosed with cancer. He died eight weeks later on June fifteen, two thousand. During those eight weeks he had one more thing to write in. There were hymns. He wrote thirteen in all. One of them is entitled Hallelujah. The other come to the waters, an invitation for all who have no money, but are thirsty, and those who have no funds about are hungry to come to the waters to come to the fountain to drink freely of Christ.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on KOMO

"Two hundred on twenty two carries more Christine what he is saying again this time favoring Washington the drama of the apple he is eighteen can't state inspect people along with a likely return man Isaiah Martin here's the full kick it up pretty well Barton awaiting at the four yard line up the near hassle if it goes to the twenty into the middle of the thirty and drag down by Princeton for the freshman linebacker and others at the thirty one yard line a little while number thirty seven listed K. as Stevenson who is the guy wearing number eleven on the cover teams down field to help out on the tackle putting down the right at the thirty yard line so the Cougars stunned a little bit no doubt or maybe a lot we'll start from their own thirty first down in ten committing twenty eight to fourteen plenty of time left over thirteen ten to go in the fourth we'll go to the back field within three wives thanks to the nearest a fake tool to pass the twenty five yard line we're at number thirty one the twenty for a loss of six on the sack back to backs this is Katie from linebacker blitz right up the middle this tool in the backfield second down in sixteen for the Cougars sophomore quarterback out of Fresno all of the twenty four Washington St in two lines either side sitting at the screen here the cast thirty thirty five the forty three Washington state big yards on the play the first coach Mike linebacker coach halfway on the field L. as linebackers no way they should be that's off the law that could drop into line to get down in front of them and allow for the big play on the screen offers down Washington state due to their own forty three yard line has to one forty the thirty eight yard line fielder back to back your first on screen and how to run from Montgomery wonder these these defenses excuse me get a little tired it's cold get late in the game in the fourth quarter hard to tackle three one set here the ones from Washington state to go right to left the firm has all the right first down thirty eight Washington committed inside run Montgomery puts his head down and he will be hit and thrown back from the thirty five yard line of the Huskies gain of four James Montgomery two hundred pound senior Cordova California S. leading rusher coming into the ball game with four hundred rushing yards for the season first of all who is through the thousand yard mark in the ball game here tonight as to twenty for the evening Montgomery seventy five yards on ten carries one of his better games of the season really amazing he's playing ball blaster remember that compartment syndrome injury had against SMU almost lost his second seven Washington state for the husky thirty five short toss over the middle this ball is fostered trying to rip the ball away from the receipt the receiver rather the thirty yard line and that was the slot receiver Barton with the cash to the thirty and they will be one yard short of a first down it's a long yard just outside the thirty need to get inside the twenty nine for a first down ten thirty two to go clock running twenty eight fourteen the fourth quarter Washington territory third down in short tool go shotgun to backs with them in the sense stood around to the right of the inside and often miss deluded tackling the backfield breaks the twenty four twenty four yard line one minutes the sophomore from harbor at the junior from Willis in Redmond Washington another Seattle Seahawk of the past first to get back in this one trailing twenty eight fourteen first and ten at the husky twenty four first many checks with the centers Williams now they've got it down and ready to go on first and ten at the twenty four play action showing up late maybe the there were two wide receivers in the double pulls the inside walls takes at safety first step inside their tool floaters does this the post wrote on a dime first down for the goods it is first and goal for the troops now at the Washington five yard line Dave Williams this is the true fun on the stop a moment ago but big Jared Kerstetter with the catch this job after the cat first and goal to do the five four has shown the right they go right to left out of the gun tool is ready fix the inside handoff tools for the answer the slot receiver on a quick slant contacting the safety Felder the ball goes incomplete the outstanding defense by Felder right there yes they wanted a quick slant behind his hand in there just at the last second break from Blackledge defensively the crimson persuasion in the stands one of the early hit on Felder didn't get that second goal of the five nine oh wait to go fourth quarter Huskies lead twenty eight fourteen groups looking to cut the margin down to a single two already again a second goal of the five winning play option retains the Montgomery any powers down near the goal line did not quite get in on the one yard line this really is a neat story didn't quite finish it remember from year ago look for a loss skews me the quarterback sneaks posted it is the first rushing touchdown of the season Jeff eight forty six still to play in the fourth quarter one after cuts lead to seven ball snap low kick is up and it is good forty six to go in the fourth twenty eight twenty one Washington the apple got.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on KOMO

"As linebackers no way they should be that's off the cooker office of mine to get down for a moment allow for the big play on the screen to a first down Washington state to their own a forty three yard line here's tool two seasons forty C. thirty eight yard line fielder cancel back to back your first on screen and how to run from Montgomery wonder these these defenses excuse me get a little tired it's cold late in the game in the fourth quarter hard to tackle you want to sit here the ones from Washington state to go right to left the firm has all the right first down thirty eight Washington come with an inside run Montgomery puts his head down and he will be hit and thrown back on the thirty five yard line of the Huskies gain of four James Montgomery two hundred pound senior California S. leading rusher coming into the ball game with four hundred rushing yards for the season who is through the thousand yard mark in the ball game here tonight as to twenty for the evening every seventy five yards on ten carries one of his better games of the season really amazing he's playing ball blaster wherever the compartment syndrome injury had against SMU almost lost his second seven Washington state for the husky thirty five short toss over the middle is Paul foster trying to rip the ball away from the receipt the receiver rather the thirty yard line and that was the slot receiver Barton with the cash the thirty and they will be a one yard short of a first down it's a long yard just outside the thirty need to get inside the twenty nine for a first down ten thirty two to go clock running twenty eight fourteen the fourth quarter Washington territories in short tool go shotgun to backs with them in the sense stood around to the right of the inside and often miss to tackle in the backfield breaks this is the twenty four yard line one minutes the sophomore from harbor at the junior from Willis in Redmond Washington Seattle Seahawks of the past first to get back in this one trailing twenty eight fourteen first and ten at the husky twenty four first many checks with the centers act Williams now they've got it down and ready to go on first and ten at the twenty four the action showing up late maybe the there were two wide receivers and run the double polls the inside post takes first step inside their tool for this the post wrote on a dime big first down for the cooks it is first and goal for the troops now at the Washington five yard line Nate Williams this is not true fun on the stop a moment ago but big jerit Kerstetter with the catch this job after the cat first and goal to do the five four has shown the right they go right to left out of the gun tool is ready thank the incident enough tools for the install is complete the black lives the slot receiver on a quick slant contact from the safety Felder the ball goes incomplete house dandy defense by Felder right there yes they wanted a quick slant behind nakedness hand in there just at the last second break from Blackledge defensively by Sylvia crimson persuasion in the stands one of the early hit on folder didn't get that second goal of the five nine oh wait to go fourth quarter Huskies lead twenty eight fourteen groups looking to cut the margin two already again at the second goal of the five running play option retains the Montgomery any powers down near the goal line did not quite get in on the one yard line this summer kit really is in the story but I didn't quite finish it with you remember from the year ago get the full loss skews me the quarterback sneaks it is the first rushing touchdown of the season Jeff eight forty six still to play in the fourth quarter what after cuts to lead the seven ball snap low kick is up and it is good forty six to.

"james montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was in the family he said they get together and sing songs like his eye is on the sparrow ended funerals precious lord has sung here by Aretha Franklin with the current condemning the phrasing family won't be getting together to grieve and hug and sing instead they're doing this today we're doing our big family soon call it's just nice that we have this technology we can actually look at each other this is just one of the ways families are learning to cope the time when large funeral gatherings are strongly discouraged even outdoors I know some cemeteries are limiting the number of people who can attend the graveside service trying to keep those numbers small dot Ackerman heads the California funeral directors association he says these days his staff has to remind mourners to do things like stop hugging yeah stop hugging at a funeral they also have to tell people to keep their hands off the casket and the deceased in a normal time traditional service and it's not unusual people want to touch the deceased you know one last time and so those kinds of things are discouraged and people are advised to keep their distance but that's for families who still have traditional funerals Neckermann says those are fading as families delay services or go with something like a virtual funeral that they live stream on the internet this is actually been an option for years recent demand for live stream funerals has surged and not only that but the amount of people watching those live streams I would say easily doubled if not tripled its James Montgomery with the online funeral service called one room streaming he said that most stream funerals require password but others are public like this one last week in.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fifty seven Tuesday will be mainly cloudy with a little rain also chillier with a high forty eight Wednesday looks to be wet and chilly as well I'm active weather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ Boston news radio stunning sunset right now we have forty one degrees in Nashua New Hampshire forty three down in Quincy forty seven eleven store in Peabody and forty eight in Boston numbers nine one one Boston dot com for emergency plumbing service twenty four seven plumbers nine one one Boston dot com a network of local plumbers available twenty four seven the best in the business is just a click away Homer is nine one one Boston dot com this is New England Washington's birthday sales of it last all month long WBZ box office the W. B. the box office is now open I am looking for color six six caller right now six one seven nine three one ten thirty instantly went from WBZ newsradio a four pack of tickets to the national golf expel happening February twenty eighth through March first at the seaport World Trade Center for details you can visit golf expo Boston dot com again golf expo Boston dot com again caller six right now get the price six one seven nine three one ten thirty and good luck to you it is five twenty five here's a WBZ water cooler of Judah Holland James Montgomery ask any blues player around and they'll know the name he is spending the weekend a bit of a home show form capping it off with a highly anticipated show in Newburyport does he ever get sick of life on the.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Down his ambassadors had for just a few hours and picks up a guitar instead the US ambassador to New Zealand hosted musical fundraiser at a very popular restaurant in Saugus ambassador you're down in the rocking out which is great James Montgomery at the talon restaurant they were raising money for the Sebastian scholarship fund it was from Lynn and became the drummer for the band Boston back in the seventies he died in two thousand seventeen while playing drums on the legends of rock cruise his son Adam from Lindfield says the scholarship fund supports music and arts programs in public schools to help children who are not well off financially as for those students who are pursuing the arts music dance theater help those who don't have much still pursue their dreams in the arch just like my father did when he was a young kid in land can tell the cliff WBZ Boston's news radio and my TV is warning international students that federal immigration officials may visit their work sites in order to verify that their employment is directly related to their studies school officials sent a memo to faculty this week saying the department of homeland security has been making site visits to employers of foreign students in stem science technology engineering and math immigration officials announce last year they would begin workplace visits for some students participating in a federal program that allows them to take temporary jobs related to their academic studies other schools have also send similar notices to students in recent months promising new numbers from the CDC show fewer reported cases of the flu here in the US this week and we're not out of the woods yet though more details from ABC news chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton on what signs you should be looking out for so much confusion what they have what don't they have the flu high fever headache cough body aches and chills fatigue even some GI symptoms if you have those symptoms stay home if they're getting worse and not better see a health care provider the CDC also says people most at risk right now of getting the flu are especially older adults also very young children also pregnant women and people with certain chronic medical conditions it's eleven thirty a time now for some business news here's the latest from Bloomberg Wall Street tried but failed to shake off a disappointing December jobs report that Jones industrial average dropped one hundred thirty three the S. and P. five hundred lost nine the nasdaq composite fell twenty five Boeing weighed on the Dow falling nearly two percent it faces a new obstacle as it works to rebuild trust that it's seven thirty seven Max newly released internal messages painted on flattering picture one company pilots said the plane was designed by clowns fans are warming up to Disney Star Wars lands after a slow start its rise of the resistance right in Orlando is operating at capacity Disney will use a virtual killing system like the one in Florida when the rides California version opens next week Google parrot alphabets as its top lawyer David Drummond is leaving at the end of the month amid accusations of having inappropriate relationships with employees a regulatory filing by alphabet gave no reason for his departure I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio it's eleven thirty nine sports coming up in just three minutes stay close I.

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:32 min | 3 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So we have Tom in West Virginia let's see what's on Tom's mind Tommy tunes how you doing good the discussion of Lou Reed probably my favorite live album of all time is Lou Reed rock and roll animal I I take it you're familiar with that album yeah oh my god that intro to sweet Jane that's just for me that the time with the album one of the ones a grad you as a young guy and make you like rock but he added my first experience with rock and roll where it really moved me was probably nineteen sixty five when the rolling stones play the song on ed Sullivan the last time with that guitar riff and that horribly around third grade on W. RKO when I heard Led Zeppelin a whole Lotta love yeah RF I mean you know that was just one of those moments in time that I can remember your discussion with W. B. C. I couldn't the earliest memory I have a boat WBCN would've been around late sixty nine and there was a kid that lived up the street from me where I grew up in Foxborough the top talk to me about this underground radio station as what he described it and it was WBCN because back then I used to listen the AM radio you know you remember the days of transistor radios yeah well he they had an FM stereo one is living room and the one thing that I remembered him telling me is that they use the square on this underground radio station that was my first memories of the W. B. C. yet wow that's weird I don't ever remember hearing profanities on their back then but you know I just remember that my mom bought us only a am FM portable radio and I started listening to that station somewhere around that time period are you pretty John Young I was in at night nineteen sixty nine I would have been in fourth grade wow yeah then I I had an older brother but there was another kid that was three grades of of above me that you know just the neighborhood kids that like I said to just early memories back then but become kind of a thing for you as you discovered it it it the difference back then is that FM sounded better than a but I do remember that with a back in that time period that Dale Dorman was the disc jockey I can't remember the disc jockey was back in BC and in nineteen seventy all are members of the music was a little bit different the songs were longer and there wasn't as much shouting from a disk jockey or or whatever you just yeah I I I guess I I would say it was more peaceful to listen to and your guy mentioned earlier that the the weight this Jackie's were back then is that they had a purse phone or something and they always kind of like talk fast and loud and BC and didn't seem to have that but that's like I say I'm going back at that time period so back to this old thing about Lou Reed rock and roll animal hello only five songs on that as you know the big long intro sweet Jane nineteen seventy three version seven minutes of forty eight heroin lined up thirteen minutes white light white heat five minutes ladies day live three forty eight and rock and roll her life was saved by rock and roll is ten minutes long yeah I I didn't I didn't listen in high school I did not listen to Lou Reed and the velvet underground that was that was later probably in my early twenties but for me there was just something about that album that he had he had a really good band he had two guitar players right thanks yes and then he had a bass player of the name of practice John which I'm assuming he was in the in or whatever but he was a good the I played electric bass in high school and that guy was a really good bass player but yeah it's just a shame that I never got to see him I don't ever recall seeing him live what at that time that would have been a really good concert to see did see him at the paradise night in probably nineteen seventy eight something like that wow yeah yeah yeah we we were fortunate with the people but your guests mentioned about Patti Smith cursing yes what do you do you remember when she played the Orpheum theatre in Boston seventy nine now see first of all she got on stage and in said Boston yet and the crowd one draw and then she uses it this is a cop I'm paraphrasing which uses this is a college town and the crowd goes wild and then she says I hate blank college planking college students and I I'm I'm assuming she was in the U. created at that point but yeah she used she was an interesting rock and roll personality because really really at the peak of her career I guess she had a kid and she quit it may might I don't know I'm not an expert on on Patti Smith that's that's all you probably know more about it than I do I only know the maelstrom staff yeah well one when you read those books about the Ramones and about the scene in New York at the Jim Carroll and all you stats in get better so I start to get a better sense of how she fit in the big picture yeah well she was full of part of that whole CBGB's things and by the way the first time I ever saw the Ramones I I honestly thought Joey Ramone was slightly retarded I think I went home and was I I don't I don't want to see I cried but it was like I can't believe how white this guy is like you've never seen the light of day and I don't think he's really mentally stable system with the impression that I got from him but mental stability from Iraq and real people totally we don't but I I do know one thing about them that their first couple of albums I I love those songs who they were short and sweet and they got to the point they wanted to make you twist and shout no one thank you yes Sir well you know enjoy your time down a West Virginia rather it's deer season buddy I think ocular I thank you maybe I'll get a coating of snow to help him track the deer Suzanne in Newton hello Suzanne hi how are you Bradley very well people love you these days they they they love how you are on the radio they people talk to me about you they say I love I love that Suzanne yes this really neat thing to have a nice thank you yeah I was listening to about the C. N. and what I remember about that time because I'm going to be seventy in February so what I remember was the tea party I'm going to dance and we just have so much fun just listen to that music and dancing it was great I remember when we started to go to clubs you couldn't dance she had to sit there and just listen to people play is like what's what's the fun in this who did you see the Boston tea party at the you know I can't really remember well I know Eric burden one time wow he animals yeah trying to think I've seen I saw more you'll this in a couple of times and I'm trying to remember I saw him there and not but I don't really can't recollect where I saw him but then the I think it was nineteen sixty three when the rolling stones came and I did go to that concert at the Boston arena and that was that was amazing did you see the doors in Brighton in a place called crosstown bus no I never I don't think I ever did see the doors and then James Montgomery one of my good friends in high school she married check puro who was the drummer for awhile for change from primary so so there was a meeting to hang around a little bit like he'd be there in the house hang out in my in my other friend married I forget what his name was but I'm not a must have been the guitar player well we're not your regular rocker yeah all the yeah but anyway that devilish allotment good memories but I'm concerned about your sleeping how can you function on really really really like I probably should have called in sick and I couldn't tell I'm kind of dizzy and everything I've I've answered this almost hallucinogenic state I can imagine because I get about it sounds good I can't about five hours at the most and but I'll take a nap during the afternoon you finally take a nap like last night I went to to yesterday I went to a crash felis some friends and then we went out to lunch and I got home at three thirty I am going to bed till eleven o'clock like I have this crazy so everyone else is awake and I'm sleep and kind yeah but but I could never function one my gosh the guest hi I we had tonight so good because it made it easy yeah I could tell you really enjoyed dash I could feel myself okay I could feel myself easily lose focus but I'm gonna you know hopefully I'll get a second wind I don't I am totally going to be a baby but you know share everything settled and that's that's a factor now so yeah yeah have you looked into any ochre again you were talking I haven't done it yet have been very bad I keep talking about it yeah I think that would help you lack to relax yeah okay Suzanne the noon thank you okay have a good night I hope you get some rest yeah me too after your work yes absolutely yeah okay bye bye.

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"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:16 min | 3 years ago

"james montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A long time to mount up than the six twelve from Boston west and north three to six south shore Providence one to three south coast Cape islands low thirty be careful about driving but also be careful about walking because every year somebody I know boss a hip or something and they just never the same let's continue with a guy I love having on the radio is is he still a professional he's got stories is a good story teller he's he's he's bad a lot of places and seen a lot of things bill Lichtenstein producer and director of WBCN any American revolution folks we talked about a lot there have been opportunities isolated opportunities to see this thing I've started Somerville theatre and it was cool another is another big event coming up it it might be fun for you bill can you give some detailed accounting of what's coming up we're going to have a this is a lunch celebration for the film going in the theatrical release on Wednesday night and three days for two days at this point are the film will be shown at the th of regal family theatre it's a five hundred seat theater on the old Sears building the Fenway and then afterwards people walk up the street to Fenway Johnny's the club used to be Copperfield's owned by John Karen and we'll have a blow out party with James Montgomery ban Willie loco Alexander Kate Taylor a sister of the Livingston James will be there believe grade red Sox hall of Famer and if you can remember the old days a B. C. and anybody you can yeah member will likely be there as well as at a prison tank can just gonna be there yep you tax coming down from New Hampshire was in your car for called good that's good Alberto everybody from from any idea come from California I don't know what you mean and I yes you can help me every time actually to come in and she said you was gonna try but wasn't sure she could but Traxxas spends great wax yes that's what they said but no it should be a a just a blast and it's going to really be the send off for the film going on to theaters you can get a ticket at the American revolution dot FM the American revolution dot FM make a donation to the film this is a final round of of funding we were trying to raise to pay for the music rights which is interesting because a number of people noted that it was ironic that we would have to paying money to all these anti establishment anti materialistic song writers to use their songs decrying capitalist society but most of them are no longer with us in the rights to most of those songs are now with investment Carl's writer asus entities who sent money in and they want their money back and so we've written it off fair amount of good size checks and and in order to get the film I'll be on vessels so this was the final piece of that so you'll be supporting a good cause you'll get your name in the film we're gonna do one more of really usual crap what's yeah what's the minimum donation it's a hundred four dollars I just see that we're all in the after parties and I get to get in the credits yes hundred four Bucks yeah well everybody who gave any amount of money to the film in the credits that was part of the deal I know I that's one thing I want to bring up you may have more credits than any other film ever made I mean you might actually funders five hundred credit and anybody who gave ten Bucks a dollar gets a credit check I know so many people and they had it rolls by fast it wouldn't have happened without those people we did one of the first Kickstarter campaigns ever to explain to people what it was what is this giving money for free kind of thing and now it's a thing about some of the benefits you had to raise the money I remember one for ever go in the house of blues yes yeah and there was a bunch of people on stage and everything and I was on stage I thank that was something was the last gathering probably of that whole era of folk artists such as spider John Koerner and of live Taylor in time Russian K. Taylor in Jonathan Edwards and they were all there was an amazing and to Charles get on the stage and do some expression a complicated thing he believed in something can't quite remember but and then everybody sing I feel free at the end which was the first song the plate on the sand okay and any other benefit events I remember that one that was the big one we've had a couple of smaller one is bad to ask how much it costs to do this and know what the price the price that was three hundred fifty thousand dollars is that a lot or a little it's a little because the the the main cost if you sat down to make this film today and pay for everything where the photographs in a lot of the visuals and things that were given to us by the photographers without having to pay for Reid's so aside from the music rights and anti war hole and Associated Press of the Boston common why it's the beginning largely everything was donated to the project so we saved a tremendous amount of money most of my work on it was was not compensated but I want to make the film in what are your superstar this is easily if this film were budgeted out for you know HBO probably would have been over a million dollars you don't mind talking about the money hello how much did that for that the war how for its cost I think it came to about thirty five hundred four thousand dollars total hi and that AP photo footage I'm guessing about two thousand dollars they had a thirty second minimum and we usually forty one seconds where did you do all the ending in one location are different places all the editing was done at our office in Cambridge just outside Kendall square on and now that I'm an avid yeah did you do it yourself you have a person I did the first assembly of things and then I had and they're there to work to fine tune some because I'm not a very good editor but I can just kind of a range yeah put stuff together in in the sequence what we would look at you know there might be a section about the tea party in a might be two hours long and have everything that everybody said about and then you start asking the important question is what's important organization must have been in use a big challenge well it it was and we were fortunate UMass Amherst ingested all of this stuff and helped us organize in so we can go to them and say you know give us all the pictures you have a feminist protests in Boston that that we you know gave you for the collection and they would spit it back to us self distributed as opposed to not self distributed a good thing because it allows you to do what you want including good thanks and you mentioned one of the good things is a series of benefits you may go to make it available for radio stations to have fundraising benefits for as a tool for them we want to make the film available to anybody who has particularly a local radio local media organizations to have a benefit by showing the film one of the things you know if there's a an up and down side of the getting a distributor for a film like this have you got a film distributor then they have sales guys go out you could probably be in more theaters but in order to do that they would have to invest in the film they have like a lot of copies of the film they would do advertising and all this stuff and then they would get first crack at all the money in his anything left over which usually there isn't you know you would get some payment from that but with the distributor it's very hard to do anything other than something that would make the money arm it's square to do the kinds of things we're doing we wanted to make the film available not just to theaters but to people that could use it for local community screenings for benefits and so we're working with the station Casey O. V. in bend Oregon in the Portland Maine I'm a poor than New Hampshire university of southern New Hampshire has a radio station they're going to do a benefit with that there's a Asheville North Carolina station is going to benefit well and so this is what situation it's interesting that it turns out people across the country care enough to to actually have benefits on this film the the the the review I was most pleased with they got to that was just in band or gone in the final line was timely as all hell I thought well they got it you know well last week we have just one more segment is crazy to send you home I know I can make it interesting for another fifteen minutes or you can WBZ Khan WBZ newsradio ten thirty.

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