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"james stewart" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"james stewart" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

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And of <Speech_Male> course Joe mixing goes <Speech_Male> and scores, <Speech_Male> I don't know, <Speech_Male> 9 <Speech_Male> touchdown to the first half, <Speech_Male> whatever <SpeakerChange> it ended up being. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Yeah, that was, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I mean, that's <Speech_Male> what everyone will <Speech_Male> remember from that game. <Speech_Male> How do you not get them a <Speech_Male> 6th, right? <Speech_Male> A 6 would <Speech_Male> have set the NFL <Silence> record. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Silence> Really? <Silence> <Speech_Male> Is that <Speech_Male> true? Hold on. <Speech_Male> Look, <Speech_Male> look it up as I tell <Speech_Male> people that <Speech_Male> PJ walker <Speech_Male> got benched <Speech_Male> and Baker Mayfield <Speech_Male> played <Speech_Male> in the second half of this one <Speech_Male> and threw two touchdowns. <Speech_Male> I don't think <Speech_Male> that's good news or bad <Speech_Male> news. 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Didn't <Speech_Male> Kamara get 6 <Speech_Male> a couple years ago on <Speech_Male> Christmas <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> on Christmas <Speech_Male> Day of <Speech_Male> 2020. <Speech_Male> Oh, there you go. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> 5 <Speech_Male> Clinton portis <Speech_Male> 2003, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> James Stewart of <Speech_Male> the Jacksonville Jaguars <Speech_Male> in 1997, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> cookie gilchrist <Speech_Male> of the Buffalo <Speech_Male> Bills in 1963, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Jim Brown <Silence> <Speech_Male> of the Cleveland <Speech_Male> Browns. <Speech_Male> Did you know that Cleveland <Speech_Male> Browns were neat? <Speech_Male> That's Jim Brown. <Speech_Male> That's why they named them the <Speech_Male> Cleveland Browns. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> Alvin Kamara. <Speech_Male> So, <SpeakerChange> and then <Speech_Male> Ernie Nevers. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Nice. <Speech_Male> You big Ernie Nevers <Speech_Male> guy? <Speech_Male> I like <Speech_Male> anyone named Ernie. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> Yeah. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Is there <Speech_Male> someone horrible named Ernie? <Speech_Male> Is there a serial <Speech_Male> killer named Ernie? <Speech_Male> Probably not. My <Speech_Male> dog. Alvin <Speech_Male> Kamara. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Alvin Kamara <Silence> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> tied <Speech_Male> Ernie Nevers <Speech_Male> record. So it's Ernie <Speech_Male> Nevers an Alvin Kamara <Speech_Male> both tied at <Speech_Male> 6. Okay. <Speech_Male> Ernie <Speech_Male> never said it <Speech_Male> on Thanksgiving. <Speech_Male> 1929, <Speech_Male> Alvin Kamara <Speech_Male> broke it on Christmas. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Pretty cool, <Speech_Male> man. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> in like <Speech_Male> ten years, someone's <Speech_Male> gonna break <Speech_Male> it on Memorial <Speech_Male> Day. When <Speech_Male> the season <Speech_Male> gets <Speech_Male> expanded <Speech_Male> like 7 <Speech_Male> more times. 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"james stewart" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

07:40 min | 7 months ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"Why this message for the unbeliever? Well, let me suggest a couple of things. First of all, because the message of the cross establishes the gravity of the human condition. The message of the cross establishes the gravity of sin. Says that the story of humanity is the story of man's rebellion and man's alienation and man's brokenness. And the death of Jesus and the picture that is then given to us in the Bible causes us to ponder and then to proclaim that it took the death of God's perfect son to deal with my sinful life with my alienation and with my brokenness and with my rebellion. Now, I'm pretty sure, but I haven't checked because I'm not here. But I think if you let me lose tomorrow morning, anywhere in your city. I can get agreement from just about anyone that I meet. About one subject. And it is this. That our world is broken. That it is broken. You can broach the subject and Starbucks. You can broach it on the airplane anywhere you want to go. You will get general agreement that something has gone amazingly wrong. You get agreement on that when it comes to the issue of not simply dealing with a symptoms, but actually a diagnosis of the cause, then the opportunity for evangelism explosion is just kicking in at that point. But the point I'm making is straightforward. People are prepared to acknowledge something as badly on. And the average millennial out in Texas tonight has no answer for that question either. They've been there have been raised believing that they exist as a result of time plus matter plus chance. They are a collection of molecules held in suspension. There is no ultimate destiny towards which they are moving. Therefore, there is no arc that they're able to navigate through their lives. And they are at sea. And if the message that is then offered to them is a kind of watery substitute for the message of the cross, then we don't know be surprised that they just walk away from it. Because what we have to face up to is the fact of our rebellion against God. That no part of our lives is left intact. Our emotions are affections, our minds, our wills, the anti God bias, which is part and parcel of our human existence, comes in at the level of our understanding and our intellect. And there is no intellectual road to God. David wells, who has been a friend to me over the years, has a purple passage in one of his books I can remember where it is. But he talks about how God is beyond the realm of our intuitive radar, as he puts it. It was a wonderful wonderful line. So he says there is an invisible boundary between ourselves and God. God in this hole in us, and we in our rebellion and in our alienation. There is no intellectual road for us to get there. And so it is that the only way that it is possible is for him to come in down as it were underneath the radar. We can not access him on our own terms. We can not access them in our own time. No, we need him to come and cross the boundary. So that we might know him saving me. And what is the message of the cross? It is that God in Christ has done exactly that that he has crossed that boundary. And that he has made himself known. And so when we think about it in terms of its gravity in the predicament that we face, it also is possible for us to explain to our Friends the absolute necessity of God's grace. Which means that we either in our proclamation and in our conversation. Preach, what the Bible says that human beings are rebels against God. By nature under his judgment and loss, and that Jesus crucified who bore their sin and curse is the only available savior. We either proclaim that or we emphasize human potential. And human ability. With Christ brought in to boost them, but with no necessity for the cross, except to exhibit God's love and inspire us to greater endeavor. The latter is popular, the former is true. If you go with a latter, no one will say you're a fool. They say no, that's fine. God, whoever he is, I mean, I preach every week to a congregation of people. Many of them, because of their status in life, they are operating on this basis. A good God, if he exists, will reward nice people if they do their best. That's the story. If there is a good God and he exists, he'll reward nice people. In other words, if he's gradient on the curve, I meant with a chance, because there's a lot of really bad people and they're all sitting just along the road from me. So there are definitely in the F category or the my D minor category. And even if I'm only getting a good solid C plus, as long as it's going that way, I'm in with a very good chance. No, no, no, it's not that I don't know what that way. If that was the case, why would we have Jesus dying on the cross? No, see, it doesn't make any sense at all. So what it does is it establishes the gravity of sin, it reveals the absolute wonder and necessity of grace. And it allows us to say to people there is a wonderful opportunity for you now. To close with this, you see, when the waft of the Supernatural is James Stewart on one occasion, put it. When the waft of the Supernatural through the apostles out onto the streets of Jerusalem and they began to preach. They didn't Shelley Shelley about, did they no, no, no. This Jesus whom you crucified. You get yourself stoned for stuff like that. This Jesus whom you crucified, he has made him both lord and Christ, and what did they say? What do you want us to do? What should we do? The average response to the preaching of the word of God is not what should we do, but when can we leave? It's like, where are you going for lunch? It's trivial.

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"james stewart" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Almost a lock provided state healthcare for us. This season, when his second championship, and now as we just saw in that graphic, so within striking distance of Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart, I don't know if he'll get the journey in the graph who is the Dale Earnhardt of Supercross. Right. Leading this all time winner in Supercross history, but suddenly Eli Tomac is really deserving of being considered one of the all time greats. And I don't think three years ago, a lot of people were going to say that. I think a lot of people thought it was going to be a lot of unfulfilled promise. And now he very much deserve to be on a list like this. I mean, 5 in a row and 29 in the super cross worlds kind of getting up there, Jeff. But in the cup world, youth has certainly been served and are we witnessing a transition with all these young guys winning this year, you think, Jeff? Well, listen, I think that they're young, but they have a lot of experience too. I mean, Austin, you know, won the Daytona 500. We've seen some unusual winners in the Daytona 500. I expected Austin center to contend for wins on road courses pretty quickly. I didn't expect him to win an oval. I expect him to have a chance to win on some road courses. But then if you look, Larson, we know how much experience that Alex Bowman, you start looking at William Byron, these guys have a lot of experience on top of being young. And you know what that is? That's return on investment. Right. That is an owner, you know, saying, hey, I want to get this guy when he's young, teaching the way I want to teach him and then take advantage of the opportunity when he's where he needs to be. They know when they harm young, they're going to have some bad days, some bad years, some bad weeks. You're going to have to pick them up, but when that turns, now you've got a guy that can go race for 15 years for you. They can go in races on a consistent basis. And no better example of that than Hendrick motor sports. That's paid off handsomely for Rick Hendrick who made that investment years and years ago. So who will be that next first time winner? James, I think, has a guest, James. How are you doing this afternoon? Hey, I'm doing good. How are you guys doing right now? Good. What's going on? What's on your mind? I just wanted to ask, what was your initial thought on the next gen cars debut at Kota on a road course for the first time this weekend? And I think my bold prediction for the next first time murder would be Tyler Reddick. There you go. I don't think I can disagree with that name. I don't think that would be a very bold fiction, actually, James. I think that's what a lot of people would say. As far as next gen debut on a road course, I was interested to see it, Jeff, because this was a car that a lot of people say is very much built on like a GT style sports car platform with the sequential shifting and the advanced braking and turning capabilities. But I don't feel like I saw a dramatically different race. I feel like road course races in cup looked a lot like they seemed on Sunday. I think maybe the difference was when we talked about this a little bit on the podcast is we didn't see as many familiar faces, you know, where was Martin Truex Junior? Chase Elliott did finish top 5, but he wasn't running up front and winning. The way we see him do so often lately. Yeah, I mean, they were going a lot faster than last year's Carl would have gone, but we don't know that as fans. Sure. Right. We're just looking for a race. And so everybody has better breaks. Everybody has better turning. So it didn't really change the race. The way it changed the race at the other tracks. It didn't have as big of an impact. So when you give an advantage, you'd make one car better than last year's car and everybody gets it, then everybody has that advantage. But what shocked me was Ryan Blaney hits the wall and kind of middle late practice. Yeah. And then it goes out and gets on the pole. That's what excites me for the next two weeks at Richmond and Martinsville. If you can make that kind of contact with someone on the racetrack and keep going, it's not going to hurt your car. It's going to be insane the next two weeks at the short tracks. And the other thing is there were some mechanical issues, but for a brand new completely clean sheet paper to go put it to the stresses of road courses and have no more failures than we had. I think that's a good sign too. NATO teams worried as we head into short track season here. I mean, we're all, oh no, we're going to have enough cars and all of that and it seems like all that talks about that goes like that narrative is sort of dissipated and we've seen and heard a lot recently about like, hey, we're bringing in our Daytona 500 car to the Bristol dirt race. Or something like that. To Marty's point about how the crash didn't really affect Ryan Blaney as much. I think that's indicative of how this car has really changed things in the garage. We're teams are just bringing the same cars to tracks that they wouldn't bring in the past. So to that point, Jeff, you've been to every race real quick. What is that going to be like as we head into short track season? Are we going to see different players up front? You guys mentioned a moment ago. We didn't see really chase Elliott. Be one of the contenders for the win or Martin Truex Junior. Well, I think so and part of the reason is we talked about experience a little while ago, but no one has experienced in this car at Richmond. So if you've been a Richmond and a car or a truck or something, it's not that big of a disadvantage as it was in the past. And then Martin villa on top of that, you're going to be fun over the next couple of weeks as we get short track season. We'll be back here on Wednesday for more NASCAR America motor mounts. We'll see you guys then..

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"james stewart" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Might have pulled her back. Awesome. Where's Mary? Oh, well, I can't. I don't know how you know these things but tell me. Where is she? And if you know where she is, tell me where my wife is. I'm not supposed to tell. Please, clarence. Tell me where she is. You're not going to like it, George. Where is she? She's an old maid. She never married. Where's Murray? Where is she? Where is she? She's just about to close up the library. Not the night. She's a dried up old Crone of 26. And to be fair, this movie doubles down and they marm her up. She makes she's the Marmite schoolmarm, whoever marm to marm. She wears glasses because I guess not being single causes astigmatism. And they give her really chunky eyebrows too. It's like that's not the most of it, George, she's adopted rather lazy fair approach to eyebrow maintenance. Like will it happen to put it as they are, George? Well, the caterpillar. It's so backwards. The only thing missing from that scene where we see her is a cat or two or three cats just on her shoulder milling around. Cats now, it would have cats if that happened now. But that notwithstanding, I do think that, overall, there are just so many great moments. And I think that James Stewart in that role, there's actually one moment. It's right after Harry, his brother comes back. George has been holding down the fort for four years, waiting for his brother to come back and take over the family business. So he can finally do all the things he wanted to do. And so Harry writes that the train station, then Harry's like, actually, dude, guess what? I got married. And also, I'm going to take my wife's father's job. He's offered me a job. So I'm not going to be here. Sorry, George. And you see George kind of like his face. He's trying to hold it in and then capra zooms in in a close tight shot on his face. And there's all this hustling and bustling around him at the train station and you see James Stewart his face just kind of is processing all of that information slowly slowly slowly and then he snaps back out of it and he's like just trying to be okay, gotta put on the best face I can. And it's like those little moments of watching this James sewer performance that I think really holds the glue together because it really is a portrait of a man coming undone under the weight of all of these disappointments. And I think to me, that's what makes this such a hefty movie, despite all the Capricorn that sprinkled within it. Yeah. All right, now Glen Weldon. Yeah. I know some of your feelings about this movie, but I go to you when I just want the purely most sentimental emotionally squishy take, so so hit me. Yep, I think the great thinker. And he went to tarry and Henry F Potter said it best when he said sentimental Hogwarts. This movie is so not my tempo, and that's fine not every movie needs to be..

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"james stewart" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"I remember. I remember this twenty. Ten was sick. Chad was like yeah. I had to go to tijuana and get something done. It wasn't approved in america. But i'm like hold on what tijuana like. Okay walking he was going back across the border every day. Yeah so anyways. I just found that funny. Okay so yeah so. Stop tagging me in the burn videos. I'm fine it's no problem a good burnt out. You just want championship problem. But you've had when you had eight racetrack tech rants about burnouts. I think it's fair that the fans can tag you win. There's a burnout you deserve. I'm sorry stopped on a blow. The bike up you idiot. That's all i'm saying. That's the point burn out is not blowing. The bike up. A burnout is not blowing the bike up. Not at all you just just do tire light up a lot of tire all right good. The bikes have feeling drive. Also to roger koster told me how dumb it was yesterday as. Well thank you roger the man anything stop. He knows he's the man he knows. So anyways. so congratulations to to jet generational down a generational daniel. I'm past that argument. I i don't even want ever talk about it ever again. Just because you know. I will say one thing though i hold on one last wollen last one last thing. This one's for us dave. I did a poll on my instagram. Last night generational with question mark. Yes or no. The tim. Ferry said yes. So just want okay. Jt the timmy. Timmy ballooning trusted thank you. Thank you thank you timmy. Eight though here's the best part. No writers responded like literally writers. Follow me but there was not not one writer who voted yes. Or no at all but michael esi and tim. Ferry both voted. Yes i just want to let that. Be known. Semi also said that james stewart and ricky carmichael from two thousand seven would get like twelve to fourteen something like that and today's racing and jt. Do you think timmy could name. Two things about jet lawrence Maybe 'cause he gets water press but stuff like that where it's like an opinion and any really have to weigh factors and like really think about it. Do not go. it's emmy is he's just going to shoot from the hip. Whatever comes to pops in his mind. Well daniel using instagram poll. To prove a point. I mean come on. Hey did you..

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"james stewart" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on KOMO

"If you're not a subscriber, HBO, Max. Good news for you. You get a chance to see Justice League the Snyder cut. You can go get the blue ray or the DVD of that order. The four K Of that, which is the four hour mega cut of the Justice League that Zack Snyder originally wasn't able to finish. There's a couple other newer releases out great white, which is, of course, as you would expect a shark movie, smaller Horror film that came out this year. And the gateway and the getaway. Which is another thriller that that that had a small, limited release this this this summer, But as we've talked before, some of the best things some vintage titles, a bunch of stuff coming, Okay, this is a good week. Yeah, you've got If you're a big Hitchcock fan, you got both rear window and vertigo. James Stewart, of course, starting in both of those Hitchcock classics. They're both in four K releases, which, um, you know those two especially vertigo with the visuals on that one. It's great for the For the four K. Experiences. I just saw rear window a couple of weeks ago for I don't know if the five or six time at least and just amazed at how unbelievably alluring grace Kelly can be. Oh, yeah, rear window is actually my favorite Hitchcock movie of all, even more than psycho. I'm a big fan of it. But there's also you know, here we are. We're going to be rolling into horror movie season. So I've got to, of course, you know, point out some horror films. The thing John Carpenter's the Thing one of my favorite horror movies of all time that is now available in four K. You also have the tomb of Lygia, which is a Roger Corman produced Vincent Price version of ending at Doral and Post Story Not not the best in terms of Poe's work with, uh, with Roger Corman and and, uh in Vincent Price, But you know, it's kind of a It's a well known one. And then if you want to go back to the nineties, you've got screamed too. And screen three are getting new releases on Blue Ray as well. Alright, Quite a good list there, Kevin. Thanks so much. All right. Thank you. First light rolls on into mid week. Now on this Wednesday, the eighth day of September 1st light flashback takes us to an earlier September 8 1965 and add in New York's Daily variety calls for a young man with musical talent to audition for what will become the world's first manufactured boy band. 437. Candidates answered the call. Four chosen and they become.

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"james stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Fisher, Gorman Sullivan and Very Klein. That's right. Direct from Long Beach, California from October of 1915 won the Bob Hope Show with special guest stars Bing Crosby and Jane Russell. It's the six shooter with the shooting of Wyatt King, starring Jimmy Stewart, as Britt Pond said. Bill Johnstone as Oliver Rohan and Joel Cranston as Wyatt King. The six shooter aired on NBC as a sustainer from September of 1953 through June of 1954, starring Jimmy Stewart as the Texas Plains men who wandered through the Western Territories, leaving behind a trail of still remembered legends. The series were out of an episode of the Hollywood Star Playhouse Spine, Frank Bert. And was produced by radio pioneer Jack Johnstone, who had previously directed Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Superman and Orson Welles Almanac From May of 1954. It's the shooting of Wyatt King. Once it can't make townfolk understand that he wasn't the gunfighter who shot Wyatt King and can't understand why the notorious Wyoming kid insists that he was shot by the six shooter. James Stewart as the sick shooter. The man in the Sadler's angular and long legged. His skin. His son died Brown the gun in his holsters, gray steel and rainbow mother of Pearl. It's handle unmarked people call them both the sick shooter NBC radio network presents James Stewart as the six shooter transcribed series of radio dramas based on the life of reponse it the Texas Plains man who wandered through the Western territories, leaving behind a trail of still remembered legends. Mm. Keep issued on Keep your shirt on. Bank. Don't open till nine AM. You've got five minutes to eat. Hits me. Mac Hawkins. I got some news for you. Ali News about Wyatt King. Mm. Oh, Yeah. What's happening? They got him. No, Sheriff Hank Hill. Spring them into town. Now the party come by my ranch about half hour ago. I took right officers. I can spread the word Judge can't believe that's right. They got him explode him. He'll capture in Wyoming kids. Yeah, that's what ain't been a good cheer up, but Well, nobody has ever been able to lay a hand on my a king before. Well, the sheriff didn't exactly capture Molly. When I heard you said the sheriff's bringing them in, and that's true enough. But the way I understand it, the party just sort of stumbled onto the kid. What? That's what they say He was laying in the grove by sycamores over by Tenderfoot Creek dead. Uh, no, no, no, but he's been shot up. Some bullet in his belly must have been hit at close range. He was still out cold when it when when they went past my place where sports say who shot him and left him late. Now they just don't seem to know Ali. Well, he was in mighty good health when he rode out of here yesterday, causing all $2500 from my bank quarter. You and your money was still on him. No need for you to worry about. Oh, good morning, Madrone. I'm sorry I'm late material. I had one of her dizzy spells this morning and I had to wait and till dark, dark dark mercantile got their joints You hear about Wyatt King while kicking the fellow who held me up yesterday? Oh, why I don't They called him something else. Some kind of kid. That's right. The y or wind kids? Yeah, well, his real name is Wyatt King. Oh, Don't you ever read them reward notices down to the post office. But I just don't remember names. Very good. I guess. What about Mr King? He's been captured. You don't say yes, sure. A found him down a tenderfoot Creek. He was also I know my my and the darkest thing is, nobody knows who shot him or so peculiar about that. Well in the first place. A fellow who done it. He stand to collect money. Nice reward. Hold them hold ups kings Full What? Well, there must be reached $5000 off with William. Dead or alive. My mind That sure is a lot of money. Well, I better get over to my desk and start working on the account, Ali that it does The only strange thing about this year business. Uh, what do you drive? Well, I told you the kid's been shot at close range. That means somebody met up with him. Face to face. He wasn't dragged all sure nothing like that. Yeah. Yeah. See what you mean. And it would take a mighty big man to stand up to wild King and my a fast man outdrawing. Yeah, he was supposed to be lightning gunfighter is about 10 graves. I'll testify to that. Mm, sure. Ain't nobody around here. Where each week I can't think of anybody. You may no, no. Can't not a single solitary soul. I've been racking my brain ever since I heard what did But Mm. Uh, morning, Johns..

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"james stewart" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Channel 33

"Thousands of co workers out of the south tower to safety and then died after the buildings collapsed. Now scoreless story was truly heroic. But if you read stuart story about him in the new yorker. You'll find that he gave it this very interesting frame. He wrote it as a love story between re scoreline his wife. Susan who we met just three years before the attacks and stuart story. Has this really interesting really subtle power to it because it's not just about heroism. It's about what it means to lose a hero and be left behind. And when the piece was published in february two thousand and two agats titled from something rick risk oral once said about his military exploits. The real heroes are dead. Here's james stewart. Are jim for people who don't know this story. Who was rick. Risk orla so. I was in our new york city on september eleventh. Like everybody else was stunned. A date unfolding events. I was kind of really didn't want to do. And then david remnant called me and said we're gonna try to put something together for next week's issue you're a set of our wall street person. Could you russell on something. And lisa gave me on purpose that day so i started making calls and the big story really and it was a grandma about cantor fitzgerald. The fixed income firm was on the top of the world trade center than they just got. You know why doubt. I mean every everybody was there di was horrible and so i did some work on that i made it. I think a modest contribution to that first week story. But i you know i think that week. I heard the on the anomaly. That morgan stanley which had the largest number of employees had almost no casualties. They had seven out of the three thousand and that caught my attention for two reasons. One you know. It's like the dog that doesn't bark so That was unexpected. And then secondly it was kind of a glamour of positive news in this like overwhelmingly tragic horrible sad story 'em so that stuck in my mind but it took a while and it isn't poking around and i was kind of asking able like why weren't more casualties morgan stanley. 'cause i notice morgan. Stanley was kind of in the middle of tower one or they were in the upper half but not all the way at the top but it wasn't their location because people firms below then got wiped out firms above and got wiped out. So i wondered what had happened there and that after poking around getting some stars. Somebody told me well. They really drill. They were ready. They evacuated and there was this guy recruits score low. Who had saved. It was funny. Because i think the first person who told me there was this kind of person in charge. There had some had it wrong. He somebody wrote a book about him. He said it was He said something like it was young men and fire. So i went and i got the young fire will. He's not in. That book is nobody that book who had been in the world trade center but it did turn out that. He was in another book about vietnam. I believe it is called young once something. I'd wear salt. We were soldiers once in you. Yes as we were soldiers once yarn and he was in there but on. So that's how i found out that there was the minute i realized. Oh there's a character. Here that only heightened the story for me because it wasn't just like accident it was like somebody really was responsible for this and then i also course learn right away that he himself had been was one of the seven was killed so it did have a tragic element but i thought of this is like i really want to explore this. Because here's a potentially heroic figure in this in this really tragic saga so big push inside the new yorker to find and report these kind of stories well. There were certainly interest but This story didn't didn't come out for months. You know it took i remember. It was about october october. When i learned about scoreless identity and so i called morgan stanley and they handed me onto public relations person and i kind of described what i was looking at it and she got back. She said we're not interested. We're we're not going to help you. We're not just spitting. anyway i was. I was really taken aback by that. Because i thought whoa wait a minute. I'm gonna investigator reporter. I've told many people with like bad news era. i thought i was calling with this incredibly upbeat story. That would reflect on morgan stanley. There immediately shutting down. However i want i want to quickly say that the woman i spoke to name escapes me at the moment would we. She finished telling me that she said well. She said completely off the record here is the name and the unlisted phone number of his widow and she gave to me and i often look back at that moment. There's a here on this story. I don't you know the underlying durbin in journalism this is. Pr women is a hair. Billy went off the reservation and gave me that information net. Unlock a story for me. So you mentioned scoreless wife in one of the things it's always struck me about. This story is the way it begins. Or maybe we could say the way it's structured because you begin with scoreless meeting susan is future. Whiteman is told from susan's point of view. I'll read a paragraph here as susan. Greer was walking. Her golden retriever. One morning near her home in morristown new jersey. She heard footsteps behind her. It was just after six on a warm saturday in late. July of nineteen ninety eight. She like the quiet and the early morning light. The footsteps came closer. And then a jogger pastor he was tall and somewhat heavy and appear to be about her age. She was fifty six. What really caught her attention was his feet. He had no shoes on. It wasn't like her to say anything to a stranger but curiosity over kamer and she asked. What are you doing jogging in your bare feet. And what did you decide to begin the story like that. Well that's always. That's always a fascinating question. I you know as as a writer i think. Beginnings beginnings are the most important part of the story endings at the next most important by a number of reasons I ended up doing that. Even though there are probably more obvious. Places to start this First of all. I wanted the spotlight on susan as characters And as a recording had gone on. I began to sink last as a september eleventh story. Of course it was an more as the headline eventually said more as a love story between two people who met someone late in life so the the time where they meet both content help define this as not just another story a who died in the world trade center but as a love story and also of course There's an element mystery right from the beginning. Which i thought was very important to establish like who is who is this character and there was so much more him than does the head of security morgan stanley and i didn't think there was any way to understand how he saved the people but maybe even more importantly why he died because he didn't have to die. I think is something that haunted susan probably still does. He could have walked. Away and resume is happy. Live and he's still would have been a hero. Why did he go back up there. So there are these mysteries about rick. And the very opening paragraph establishes that you know she's asking him a question you know. Why are you. Were you running your bare feet. And by the way the answer is pretty interesting. He's writing a play and he wants to know about africa and he wants to know what it's like to to experience running in bare feet so that he can write about.

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"james stewart" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"It's it's been amazing. We're we're always looking to do more. And i mean even anybody listening if you ever get a chance to visit the hospital. I mean it is mind blowing. It's just what they're doing the research the advancements they're making it's it's it's it's a place that you go to you see what they're doing and and You only wanna get behind it even more and then you see in the kids and the special treatment sunday they don't nobody pays all the the The patients and the kids the families. They don't pay for nothing. I mean food housing travels. Everything's taken care of and so it's just a just an amazing place for always you know Supportive for the rest of my life. So that's awesome so i fully close out. I want to you know. Talk a little bit about supercross. Now i know. Obviously you've been tuning in twenty twenty one. And i kinda wanna talk about the format and then you know what you're thinking for twenty twenty one but these two day a week things. I know that kind of you know they start those last year to kind of get everything in and then move important this year. They kept their quantum super tuesday. Rounds things like that you know. What is your thought on this. Because i mean. I know a typical during the season a typical schedule an irregular year for a guy like ryan dungy and track time. And and everything's down to a science. You know what i mean. And how thrown in the super tuesday around where you got two days off in between same track different layout like are you. I'm looking at this going man. That's one it's got to be tough on the riders. I mean what's your take on this new kind of format with the calendars fantasy. It's definitely exciting. I mean there's a lot of action right like you just got done watching the race saturday. That was last night and then it's going to be on saturday again so i think for a fan. It's it's exciting but it's definitely a lot of race in back to back It all comes out of the same monterey. Sing of course but i think the counter you know to counter a little bit where you're doing a lot of racing back to back to back the one thing you gotta remember that you're not doing These guys aren't flying holman between practicing during the week. I think i think like For sure don't believe. Anybody ruined monday sunday and monday after saturday. And so there's no you're kind of more arresting and hanging out which some writers probably like that some probably not so much because they like to be on the bike more so but like i think probably they're going to go you know whether they got three or four days now in between saturday. I'm sure they're gonna find the track down in houston and ride and get a little practice and just to keep the field. But you know it's just the circumstances it's what it is I think as a writer It's just something you gotta controlling your mind right like sometimes i. It crosses my mind like minutes tuesday. I mean it's not like i mean. It's something about racing on the saturday. It's kinda nice. It's like a week and by feel now you're eastern on a tuesday. There's nobody in the stands so it's like really gonna make sure that you keep your focus and and You know stay in the moment and not think about all those things but But at the same time. I think these guys are just excited to go racing the fact that they can go racing And i will say i'm blowing it. I'm pretty impressed. It's pretty impressive with the amount of talent in the field. I mean there's when when. I'm watching these last couple of weekends The the top i. I don't know what it was top. Fifteen jen one second. I mean that that is unheard of. So i think as a fan of exciting for rider. It's it's a little bit like managed. It's not not the greatest because they're just it makes it that your job that much tougher and he really critical and getting a start but It's what it is you know. It's exciting. It's exciting time for sure. Yeah and you don't. That's one of the interesting things you mentioned about. You know the talent level on it. And i don't know how to word this because i need it right but like when you were writing i mean you're the guy right and those guys that just had dominating seasons and it was just like you know certain years if ryan dungy didn't win it was weird. It's like you were just you showed up and you're expected to win right. But i figure i i feel like this year and last couple of years i mean it's really been a crapshoot. There's ten guys on any given day that can win. You know and i think it's an interesting place for supercop because i feel like we've had these eras you know what i mean and you had your era and and you know obviously bill had a great run and mcgrath and you know and and we can go down carmichael and james stewart but i feel like there was you know. Now we're point where there's a lot of guys that can win on any given weekend so it's fan. It's it's actually pretty exciting because it's not really. It's not really down to two or three like it used to be. it's it's ten to twelve. You know yeah yeah. And that's exactly i mean. I know exactly what you're saying. And yeah i mean if you think about back in ricky and when it was kinda ricky james and re Chat right like okay. Those three guys you're looking at but right now it's like you're sitting there you kinda scratch your head. Well like couldn't take this guy but man it's all it's all about a start and if you don't get a star can really work through the pack and then we saw guys on saturday didn't get a great star. Didn't really come through the pack or if there if there was a mistake so i think it's if you're a writer You're gonna have to be that much more precise especially in in a championship run. I mean i think. I think the the guys just start to weed out. As far as you'll see like the four i don't know three four or five guys kinda like those are going to be the guys up front every single week and i think you'll get to that point but right now it's Yeah it's my dad. And i text back and forth. You got tonight you know who do you and and it's like you know i don't know who to pick really but you know so anyway it's it's good for the fans. I think it's really good times for our sport and it just makes it that much more exciting and But yeah and if you're writer not what you want but but at the end of the day it's going to be good for everybody. Well ryan i. I appreciate you taking the time man. We we just clip off the thirty minute mark man. It's it's always a pleasure to catch up with you. I appreciate you taking the time. And best of luck with With artie coffee actually. I appreciate the time as well jenin. aggregrate day. That thank you. Well never disappoint when you when you got the legend orion dungy on your show..

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"james stewart" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"james stewart" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

"United states have anxiety is a production of wnyc studios and asked me this week to give a special thanks to a whole bunch of people who helped make this story possible so thanks thanks to grace naylor hamilton style. I'd you'd off mitchell. James stewart. Ron boudicca vich. Bob shown raymond grow as well as john. H jeff whitney and all the other staff at naroda alumina and new day of joke mixed the podcast version. This week. Additional engineering help. This week from jared paul. Our team also includes. Emily boutin regina the here karen. Fromm kucher naughty. Dr g g policy and christopher worth a theme music was written by hannah's brown and performed by the outer borough brass berlin williams is our executive producer. And i am kyrie. You can keep in touch with me on twitter at kai underscore right or you can get by email at anxiety at wnyc. Dot org simi voicemail. But why don't you and as always. I hope you'll join us for the live show next sunday six. Pm eastern you can stream eh wnyc dot.

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"james stewart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The usa radio network presents. The greatest radio programs of all time at dylan. The united states marshal man might look the last thing. I want to meet a chance a job and it makes them an watchful. Little lonely gotten. This is plastic. Radio theater james stewart as the six. You have gun talk.

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"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Kept and James Stewart Ships overseas as the C E O of of a squadron of Liberators in the four 45th bomb group. They're based at tipping them. 100 miles northeast of London. Navigator Steve Kirkpatrick describe Stuart has damn good commanding officer. I always got the feeling he would never ask you to do something. He wouldn't do himself. Stuart's first mission comes on December 13 1943. He's part of a flight of several 100 P. 20 fours that bomb submarine pens at the German port of Kiel. Stuart's B. 24 suffers more than a dozen yes from Flack, but no one is wounded in the plan, though full of holes Flies well enough to drop her bombs and turn for home. Typically, this is one German fighters attacked the bombers would not appear. This is fortunate because several of the 50 caliber machine guns on Stewart's plane are frozen in an operable. Stewart's second mission is on December 20th. Target for the day is the German industrial city of women. Stuart Squadron is to hit in the world refinery in the shipbuilding facility this time on the way to the target. Stewart's plane is not only flying through flag It is also attacked by German fighters. The M E 109 in the M E 1 10. It looks dire until American Pete 47 thunderbolts. She's off the measure. Schmitz Not before one made a pass so.

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"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Now fame money. Women in the best rules are hiss. He makes two more movies that are released early 1941 and then walks away from Hollywood and into an army recruiting office. He has a pilot's license and a degree from Princeton University. Until was a recruiter. He wants to join their army. Your record. However, Stewart fails his physical It seems to be in great shape. What could be wrong? Standing 6 FT three and weighing only 1 38. He's underweight 33 year old movie star goes into hard training. For him. It means eating high caloric foods and drinking vanilla malts in March, 1941 shortly after receiving his Oscar for best actor Stewart reports for a second physical. I was ready to take him in a studio car, says Bill Grady. That we're casting director But he refused to let me take him in the limousine. He went by bus. Instead, I tailed after I waited, and when a medical officer came out, I asked him if Jimmy had made it. The officer told me I made it by one ounce. What the officer didn't know was that Jim was so determined to make the weight that he hadn't been to the bathroom for 36 hours. It had been tortured, but it had put him over. Stewart soon emerges gleefully shouting to Grady. I'm in. I'm in. By the end of March. The Oscar winning movie star is private James Stewart and a cent for week a processing Fort MacArthur in San Pedro. Or really a civilian pilot, his ship to Moffett Field at the southern end of San Francisco Bay.

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"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This'll be even This is our American stories and we tell stories about everything you're on this show. This next story combines military history and cultural history and tells the story of an actor. We all know Jimmy Stewart 1946 by the way he starred in. It's a wonderful life, but only a year before and years before he was serving a war war two and in a dangerous job. Pilot running missions over Europe bombing. The heck out of the place here to tell the story of how Jimmy Stewart got there is historian and regular contributor here, it Al American stories. Roger McGrath himself. Former Marine Here's McGrath to My Stuart was one of the most beloved actors in history of Hollywood early in his career. You go Look at the boy next door guy who was in innocent, honest and sincere in matured into an everyman character, a regular guy. Your daily life in the love and heartbreak of romantic relationships. Ultimately, he was the heroic figure, often standing alone against great odds and demonstrating courage and wisdom. Whether portraying a young man Struggling husband or the Western hero, Jimmy Stewart always seemed like simply one of us, the quintessential American guy. In real life. That's exactly what he Woz. James Stewart is born in May, 19 8 in Indiana, not the state, but a small town of 6000 people in western Pennsylvania. Some 60 Miles east of Pittsburgh, the town of Indiana surrounded by farms and coal mines. Stuart's father is a Spanish American war veteran. Runs a family hardware store established by a civil war. Veteran Father Stuart's mother is a talented pianist who fills the Stewart household with music. Jimmy.

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"james stewart" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And a woman camp on top on a chilly night here in Pittsburgh, cheering on his team. It's second down and six balls of the 41. Pittsburgh has it in their zone. Ruppersberger gets the ball those lateral pass caught by Smith's Houston who is grabbed immediately around the ankles and thrown for a two yard loss with a nice tackle on the play. By M. James Stewart. In the Cleveland secondary back to the Pittsburgh 39. Hastert did the smart thing he took a shot didn't break down right after Ms Schuster and then was hanging on for dear life, making sure he didn't get away. Kevin, that was big bands 51st pass attempt of the night. No sex either way, third down and ate waffles. Burger. It is 39 shotgun. Snip that peddles deeply throws a pass caught 45 2 handed Helmand. I'd grab looking at his quarterback. Smith's sister got it Picks up six on 13 8. He got to the Pittsburgh 46 yard line caught that ball on the hash mark. And was immediately hit on the clock showing one second now zeros in the third quarter. Well, don't go away. Our fourth quarter is gonna be terrific. Pittsburgh will have it when we come back, but they trail still to the Cleveland rounds. It's Cleveland, 35 23 over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Let's go to the fourth. If you're listening to the NFL playoffs on Westwood one When the for gotten poor are in need of healing..

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"james stewart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The usa radio network presents. The greatest radio programs of all time dylan the united states marshall the first man they look for the last thing. I wanna meet a chance that job and it makes them an watchful lonely gun. This is classic. Radio theater. James stewart as the six uber Have gun where.

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"james stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"james stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Just you wait and see. You know, almost thinking minute, wouldn't you? Brit? He means it City. Dude, You don't even know which side the Mount. Yeah, but that won't keep him from trying to stall again. If he does, you'll just get himself tossed off, huh? Maybe so. Maybe so. We'll return to James Stewart as the six shooters in just a moment you're listening to listener supported swing Street radio swing Street radio with a big band swing. The sounds of the golden Age of radio continue with yesteryear. Now Act two of the six shooter starring James Stuart. There's Britt Fonts it Ah! Well, clay changes clothes. We all had supper. Nobody said much while we're eating, and nobody mentioned the sorrel again. I figured it just as well. Let the subject dropped. The time Ban on assault of the dishes were washed plan I had for the bunkhouse. It was only 7 30. That was half an hour before my usual bedtime. But clay seem pretty tired. So we turned in. I guess I must been content myself. Huh? Anyway, the first thing I knew I dropped off..

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New Jersey's Five-year local residency rule for police, fire stalls in Senate

Steve Trevelise

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey's Five-year local residency rule for police, fire stalls in Senate

"Local residency requirements for new police officers and firefighters, one around in the Senate, which scuttled a planned vote at its last session. York Police Union leader James Stewart says the requirement could place officers in a difficult situation. Living in a community doesn't make the North police officer's job or any other police officer job easier. It makes it harder to bill would allow an exception for police officers or firefighters. You suffer injuries or the threat of injury to themselves, their family or their property. On Newark, Public School teachers and

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Los Angeles - Temecula Mayor Resigns After Backlash Over Email About Police Killings

Ric Edelman

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Los Angeles - Temecula Mayor Resigns After Backlash Over Email About Police Killings

"The mayor of Temecula California is stepping down after facing backlash over a comment he made about police brutality in responding to a constituent emailed mayor James Stewart answered that quote I believe there's never been a good person of color killed by a police officer the now former mayor says that it was a typographical error but says he deeply regrets the

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Does Epstein's suicide deny his accusers justice?

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Does Epstein's suicide deny his accusers justice?

"This morning. I read a a column in the new york times from james stewart. He actually visited epstein in his manhattan home. Last year this new york times columnist visited epstein and and to your point barbara about the victims losing their opportunity to confront epstein in court and and communicate to him directly the harm and damage that he 'cause. I mean last year to this times columnist. Jeffrey epstein was still saying he was saying he didn't actually he. He thought that laws that prevented sexual contact with with underage girls were wrong that he did that. Those laws were were antiquated notions oceans of of of human behavior so i'm not sure i mean this is all speculation now but i'm not sure what effect that the confrontation or the victim's ability to confront on epstein would have had on them on him. Do you see what i'm saying like it would have helped them which is important but it wouldn't have had any impact on him. It doesn't seem well. Maybe not and you know if he is a you know he's presumed innocent until convicted but upon conviction <hes> making him listen to those things. I think perhaps could convince him but you know it's not about convincing him. It's about giving the girls and opportunity to explain why it is harmful to them. They're not adults. I read that same interviewing equated waded into homosexuality which at one time and in some places still is illegal and it's just because we are not yet as enlightened as we should be. <hes> children are underage do not i have the ability to form the kind of judgment necessary to make those decisions for themselves in in gay sex. If you have adults making their own decisions that's a very different thing and and so <hes> he manipulated these girls by turning their heads with payments and promises of modeling careers he was a cool older guy who made them feel special l. and for that reason <hes> accepted in getting involved in these sex acts which they now say themselves that they they regret and feel victimized is by and so it may have paid for him to listen to that but beyond him in convincing him convinces society and explains

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Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

00:55 sec | 5 years ago

Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

"Honda dealers news desk a call for new mexico congressional candidate deb haaland to drop out of the race it comes from las cruces woman nicole bag who is a former committee woman with the democratic national committee the albuquerque journal reports bag just yesterday called for holland to drop out of the race because bag raise concerns in two thousand sixteen about then county commissioner john viscous in southern new mexico now vasquez did resign earlier this year because of a separate sexual misconduct allegation but bag says her complaint was ignored in two thousand sixteen when holland was chairperson for the committee bag admitted yesterday that she never took her concerns to holland but did try to approach about it at a democratic party meeting holland says no complaint was ever filed and she was not aware of any problems an albuquerque man's in jail accused of forcing his seven year old daughter to perform sex acts on other people thirtysevenyearold james stewart faces several counts including human trafficking criminal sexual context of a man of a minor and promoting prostitution attorney general hector balderas whose office investigated this case says others could be charged as well investigation is ongoing so we are looking at multiple parties in this horrific case the attorney general's office started investigating last month after hearing from personnel at lew wallace elementary that the girl may have been the victim of sexual assault a real rancho man it was part of a major marijuana trafficking ring is sentenced to tune and a half years in prison thirty two year old tonio ruelas is one of ten defendants charged in a drug operation that federal prosecutors say distributed high grade marijuana in new mexico and throughout the country the us attorney's office says the drug ring was led by an ricky cavazos of to harris he and his wife have already pled guilty they were ordered to forfeit proceeds from their drug and money laundering activities amounting to more.

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