22 Burst results for "Jay Jones"

"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Psycho

Inside Psycho

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Psycho

"The following may contain mature content from one very. I'm Mark Ramsey and this is a special bonus episode of Inside Star Wars. I am here with Brian. J Jones Brian is the author of many excellent and popular biographies of some of the best known names in popular culture. He wrote among others Jim Henson the biography about the legendary musketeer Brian's newest book which is available at bookstores and online right now is becoming Dr Seuss Theodor Geisel in the making of an American imagination. It's a mouthful Brian but it's the rain subtitles titles but that one had to work so let's say it's a great subtitle. It's a great subtitle <hes> the reason he's here with us. Today is because of the book he wrote in between those two projects and it was one of my main sources for various parts of inside Star Wars. It's called George Lucas a life. It's an incredible biography really the best of its kind. I'm one of the questions to ask you in fact Brian is that <hes> there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas <hes> it seems to me there are a lot of books on star wars but there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas right there were there were two other biographies of him. Biographies One was written by Dale pollock that came out in eighty three the first time so it was like right skywalking this guy walking yeah right and it's right as jed is coming out and and so <hes> you know it really it because at the time it was written when you go back and look now with Mrs Most of the you know sort of second active his career there <hes> in politics go back and revisit again a little bit later and then there's one more <hes> <hes> Gosh I'm gonNA I can't remember number. It's up by an Australian <hes> so that's that's the only other one out there so there hasn't been a lot of Agassi's lots on the work but none millennium and plenty of little kid biographies interesting. I've noticed that a lot of little kid George Lucas and I am Georgia yeah. There's a lot of kid biographies yeah. No no no books for GROWNUPS. So why do you think that is. I mean here's one of the most iconic personalities in popular culture in the last fifty years and the honors of doing a proper biography will really waited for you. Well probably because you can't get him. I think a big part of it d like Dale pollock had it and pollock's book is a great source to go to for the early days because Luca sat down with him and told him stories of his childhood and so on and Pollock as I think I've even said this to tim personally or in email kind kind of ruined it for the rest of us because after that came out Lucas or devout he was never sitting down with anyone ever again and doing this <hes> so so Lucas doesn't talk with anybody <hes> and so I think that's part of the reasons people haven't really tried to take a bite out of it. <hes> <hes> fortunately may we'll talk about this a little bit later. Fortunately the guy sits down and talks way more than he thinks he does so there's there's plenty out there and work with but I think one of the one of the intimidation factor people's you just can't get Lucas. That's that doesn't bother me but you tried. I did the trial me what that process was like trying to get through to George Lucas so I I had some contact information inside of Skywalker just because I had worked with <hes> in the Jim Henson Booker was an image of Jim Henson and George Lucas Together <hes> because they did labyrinth together gather and so out of courtesy. I didn't necessarily have to but out of courtesy. I just decided I would clear the use of his image so I emailed somebody inside Skywalker so I had some contact information it's either to get that cleared and they signed off on it and so then when I was ready to move move forward several years later with a book by George Lucas I went ahead and started going back through by context I had inside Skywalker to see if I could get something at least in front of him and I did. I got an email that I wrote for eighteen years <hes> <hes> and got it in front of him and I actually did get a no back. <hes> which is I found out. Later is huge the fact that he told me no was was pretty big because apparently he never says anything to anybody but I did get enough and in fact what happened is the response was <hes> and it was through his his people but he said this isn't something he's just shouldn't doing at this time and I just thought Oh at this time. There's there's.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"The following may contain mature content from one very. I'm Mark Ramsey and this is a special bonus episode of Inside Star Wars. I am here with Brian. J Jones Brian is the author of many excellent and popular biographies of some of the best known names in popular culture. He wrote among others Jim Henson the biography about the legendary musketeer Brian's newest book which is available at bookstores and online right now is becoming Dr Seuss Theodor Geisel in the making of an American imagination. It's a mouthful Brian but it's the rain subtitles titles but that one had to work so let's say it's a great subtitle. It's a great subtitle <hes> the reason he's here with us. Today is because of the book he wrote in between those two projects and it was one of my main sources for various parts of inside Star Wars. It's called George Lucas a life. It's an incredible biography really the best of its kind. I'm one of the questions to ask you in fact Brian is that <hes> there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas <hes> it seems to me there are a lot of books on star wars but there aren't a lot of books on George Lucas right there were there were two other biographies of him. Biographies One was written by Dale pollock that came out in eighty three the first time so it was like right skywalking this guy walking yeah right and it's right as jed is coming out and and so <hes> you know it really it because at the time it was written when you go back and look now with Mrs Most of the you know sort of second active his career there <hes> in politics go back and revisit again a little bit later and then there's one more <hes> <hes> Gosh I'm gonNA I can't remember number. It's up by an Australian <hes> so that's that's the only other one out there so there hasn't been a lot of Agassi's lots on the work but none millennium and plenty of little kid biographies interesting. I've noticed that a lot of little kid George Lucas and I am Georgia yeah. There's a lot of kid biographies yeah. No no no books for GROWNUPS. So why do you think that is. I mean here's one of the most iconic personalities in popular culture in the last fifty years and the honors of doing a proper biography will really waited for you. Well probably because you can't get him. I think a big part of it d like Dale pollock had it and pollock's book is a great source to go to for the early days because Luca sat down with him and told him stories of his childhood and so on and Pollock as I think I've even said this to tim personally or in email kind kind of ruined it for the rest of us because after that came out Lucas or devout he was never sitting down with anyone ever again and doing this <hes> so so Lucas doesn't talk with anybody <hes> and so I think that's part of the reasons people haven't really tried to take a bite out of it. <hes> <hes> fortunately may we'll talk about this a little bit later. Fortunately the guy sits down and talks way more than he thinks he does so there's there's plenty out there and work with but I think one of the one of the intimidation factor people's you just can't get Lucas. That's that doesn't bother me but you tried. I did the trial me what that process was like trying to get through to George Lucas so I I had some contact information inside of Skywalker just because I had worked with <hes> in the Jim Henson Booker was an image of Jim Henson and George Lucas Together <hes> because they did labyrinth together gather and so out of courtesy. I didn't necessarily have to but out of courtesy. I just decided I would clear the use of his image so I emailed somebody inside Skywalker so I had some contact information it's either to get that cleared and they signed off on it and so then when I was ready to move move forward several years later with a book by George Lucas I went ahead and started going back through by context I had inside Skywalker to see if I could get something at least in front of him and I did. I got an email that I wrote for eighteen years <hes> <hes> and got it in front of him and I actually did get a no back. <hes> which is I found out. Later is huge the fact that he told me no was was pretty big because apparently he never says anything to anybody but I did get enough and in fact what happened is the response was <hes> and it was through his his people but he said this isn't something he's just shouldn't doing at this time and I just thought Oh at this time. There's there's.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Jaws

Inside Jaws

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Jaws

"He he talked about going to the premiere of Force Awakens and calling going to the wedding of divorce child which which I think is brutally honest for him experienced divorce and so so I think that's probably the closest we'll find him gained being brutally honest about it's not a popcorn moment. No it's really not you know and I think he expected when he handed over the keys to star wars to Disney that he would still be allowed to drive the car and Disney's attitude was like no we paid you very well for the car and we appreciate all you've done for the car but we'll take it from here. I think that shocked him a little bit. He thought they were GonNa take all of his treatments for the comes from the time you believe that from the time he signed the deal he still believed that he was going to able. We're collaborating with collaboratively with them on plot so I think he thought moving forward it was going to be different than it was. which again is why when when force awakens finally came out he compared to a divorce you know I think he i? I'm sure it had to be hard for him to watch. I'll keep using this metaphor but it it you know to watch your kids. Grow up and go off and Mary other people that maybe you don't like but they're your kids so you're happy for them and they're going on and doing their own things things and maybe they have a job that you're. You're proud that they're doing that or maybe you're not. I think that's his relationship with Star Wars. It's like watching your children going out there where you have no control over them anymore and you still love them and hope the best for them but there's not a lot you can do about that and then we do hear stories from time-to-time that maybe he stepped in was allowed to a little bit yeah yeah yeah yeah or they. They actually did use some of his notes after all so anyway so I think he's got this. Maybe wistful view of Star Wars now at this point. There's not a lot he can do about it. Disney him very well to go away. I think yeah <hes> why do you think <hes> speaking of someone. Who was there at the beginning? Why do you think that movie which became that franchise has resonated resonated so deep because really there was no franchise right? If the movie hadn't resonated there would be no franchise so why did that movie resonate so deeply. You know it's this is this is such a cliche answer but it really is true and I and I think about the way nine year. Old Bryan even felt at that time coming out there that movie. It's just God damn fun. I mean there's and there's so much going on in it and again. It's it's the curse out within like he's not explaining anything to you. We're going to get here and why is the ship old. Why is it looks like it's leaking oil where things not new thought science fiction? Everything was knew he was doing so much in it. That was unexpected but it's so it's so organically done that. It seems like it should have been that way all along. They weren't you making movies where the spaceships were old junkies. The isn't that the way it would have been my car is old junkie <hes> so so it was that was a Kurosawa thing that's right. It's it's just so it was so fresh new at the time that I think it took it. I mean it's on the cover Time magazine Time magazines got up in the corner saying Oh my God surprise hit the summer the science fiction movie with a walking carpet and I love love watching the magazine. Get everything all the wrong name but you know I mean people were they were just stunned by this. I think it was a time again when you had bad cops in the movies and coming out of Watergate and I I really do think we were said that I think actually said that and Vietnam. I think we're kind of ready for this and I think that's why it hit and then they just kept doing it well after that I he would his his pitch wise where people's dreams. Where are there <hes> mythologies? Why aren't they seem that on the big screen all we're feeding them this trash and orcher and and and and I think thank you sincere when he says you know he says I think kids today? They deserve their own mythology. We had cowboys and Indians. They don't have that the new the new West is the outer space so it to him. I think there was almost a higher <hes> higher calling and that as well that's true <hes> what surprised you the most you spend three years looking into this man. What was the one thing that most surprise you about him again? I think it comes down to that. I on the ball mentality <hes> I love for example sample the way he treated Pixar. I think Pixar was one of the great surprises in there. I love the fact he's still to this day calls Pixar my company explain that yeah so so so this is this is one of the things that surprised me but so so he he he can be so I on the ball at times that he can't always even appreciate the ball that's in front of him so he really wanted digital filmmaking and and that's one of his great legacies is filmmaking digital sound and so he has pixar within his own lucasfilm division creating the technology for this Lucas Sees Pixar as equipment can't see the possibilities inherent Pixar. He knows what he wants to do with it and that's not the company started thinking they're making the equipment for for Lucas and Lucas watches you know the the video that becomes the genesis effect in Star Trek for example and he's kind of standing in the doorway and he goes nice camera move and then he's just not interested because as far as he's concerned the only filmmaker at Lucasville Ms George Lucas so he he he misses out on the possibilities of that he wants. He wants to the toys with this sort of his M._o.. Time he was the equipment and once he's got that he's that's really all he wants out of it and <hes> you know th poor guys inside Pixar Sony things we can do with this and we can make nope Lucas just isn't interested and gets rid of it in a fire sale after his divorce for for a song to Steve Jobs within cells it for seven billion the largest stakeholder inside Disney. I need to this day of George Lucas his estate who beat him out with Pixar but I love the Lucasville Calls Pixar Mike so let's imagine you put the call out and <hes> Lucasfilm gets back to you and says yes <hes> we've changed our mind Brian. We're GONNA give you a sit down with George Lucas <hes> what are the questions if you have if you can only ask him two or three questions what are the you're kind of perfect questions for him that you'd want the answer to <hes> one that I would love to ask him is when is it enough meaning going back and touching up his films win. Does he think they're done when when is when is the perfect attainable to him and that doesn't just apply to stars applies to probably everything in his life. You think there's an answer to that. I I don't know that's why I would love to know how he would answer it. Is there an ideal version of American graffiti. He didn't get up on screen. If he had the opportunity we go back in digitize some additional footage into American graffiti. I don't know <hes> the other big question I would love to ask him mm-hmm and I don't know the answer to this the big question I would love to ask him is are you happy everybody bark hammill talks about how he's looked like he was ready to burst into tears when they were filmmaking and he would get physically sick and <hes> you know selling the company was a big deal him. He's happily married. He has a lovely wife and a lovely child but is he is he happy I would. I would really like to know the answer to that one of the lines I used in the that is from. I think it might be from your book that <hes> that I used in the final episode. The series is him saying movies used to being everything to me and then I had kids yeah <hes> is he saying what's in his heart you think or is he saying what he can say because that's what he has great question with Lucas. You have to be careful. Lucas knows what plays and what doesn't you know. I think it's one of those things that again comes with age. There's answers that you know growing up are safe answers and sounding the well thought out answers and then once you actually do grow up and get older under you realize. They're the real answers so so I think I think he's sincere about that. Now I think I do too. I think it's I I think it's an answer he would have given you a nineteen eighty-three even but I think now he genuinely means it well. I think he may also it makes reference to the fact we <hes> when Spielberg since Richard Dreyfuss into space aliens. He said that was before he had kids in Spielberg is told me now the better ending is to keep Richard Home Right. He wouldn't have gone up advancing and you know what yeah I don't know if you would agree. I absolutely think that would be a better ending. I agree with your home. It's there. I'd like to see him back and C._G._I.. That there you go so yeah so there you are there other things. Lucas would would re touch. Maybe with that hindsight coming into it Brian. Thank.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Star Wars

Inside Star Wars

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Inside Star Wars

"This idea why is this so important to him you know it's one of those things that i think was i i think it was something he was trying to get out of his system again it was it was really important but it was interesting in the in when i was doing the research to watch the way he talked about it early on you know one of his first interviews he's calling it swords and sorcery in you know james bond type stuff and you know what you know it doesn't it doesn't sound like somebody even sure he knows early on quite what he wants to do with it and when you start reaching those early drafts of the star wars they are such a mess but you know i i think he goes to show where lucas interests are when no one's pulling on his cape if you will and trying to restrain him like he's really into backstory so we should have we should never been surprised at the phantom menace attack owns a lot of facts about tax tax policy i mean that's you know that somebody was preaching wasn't not taxing trade policy exactly what he's doing but i so i think you you have no people had the pushback and collaborate with him to try to restrain those sort of things and it it really is a perfect storm of collaboration which lucas is always really good a collaboration enough credit for that he's willing to you know i mean showing that first cut a star wars to friends and fellow directors he admired must have really been excruciating and then getting done in having you know i think who is i kept telling the opening crawl doesn't work and they should reshoot i mean that that's going on publicly with no pants on and the daily brave of him to do that even with people he trusts so you you know he was always really good about collaborating with that and there's a lot of a lot of things and make star wars good are in those collaborative what's your favorite story if you can remember it of him a collaborating with actors because he's notoriously difficult for actors a at first of all everyone needs follow follow mark hamill on twitter 'cause he tells lots of great stories you know i i love i love even when he's a you know directing american graffiti and he's just so exhausted that he's hanging off of these swings up the fight hard finding a you know almost asleep and dead in the harness the stories i love about lucas with with actors is that he doesn't really know how to direct from lucas is right in better and faster better better better and faster more intense you know that's about it for him or or up a do it again only better which you know it is it is releasing and again this is all stuff that i didn't realize until i started looking into him and raining on these stories listen people talk about it it's odd term but he really did consider himself a documentary filmmaker in star star wars really is shot like a documentary which we don't think about but you know that's part of what makes it look so foreign but acceptable and understandable at the same time if he would put the camera there and then people just wandering the shot like it was a documentary film and he doesn't bother to you know he learned this from chris he doesn't bother tell us you know give us any any background details just gonna soom were gonna get it like chris i would drop in fourteen center japan he's like people get it and lucas kind of does that star wars but it is really just watch when i once i was aware that watch how he works watch those shots where the cameras just cut the cameras not following anybody cameras just sitting there letting people come in and out of shot a you know in in you that that that's a really organic and his way of working and i love even listening ron howard talking about that when they were making america feeding as an actor you don't actually know where you're being shot from you and close up it looks like don't worry about it again is the way you know how do you treat you're acting like don't worry about it just come in and act and they're like well but i know what's my don't worry about you motivations come into it so star wars laura suggests that his wife his then wife marshawn who is an editor on the project was one of the cell vacations one of the saviors of the film yes a in you're basing your research do you think that's i think that's absolutely true talking about absolutely true 'em first of all marshes the one that kept the lights on while he was writing star wars ryan spending all of his own money from american graffiti to fund star wars and she's directing martin scorsese you films in in arizona and things like that but she had this really intuitive sense probably more then he looks pretty good about this but she always tended to be able to view movie from the perspective of the audience which i know seems weird when you're dealing felt like she really had she really had the ability know what the audience expectations were out whether you audience is gonna feel invested in where he would feel they'd gotten ripped off of something didn't happen so for example to big moments of hers there's one that touches on indiana jones is well but in star wars for example in at first of all it had killed lucas the hand over the keys to the editing table to a trio of people made lucas is a fantastic film editor really his superpower but he's so busy with stars you can't really do it himself and it's interesting it's like when you know when a phil collins leaves genesis it takes three drummers the fill in for him when we look at leaves it takes three people the edit the movie and marshes one of the elite editors on that but she's the one who talks about the millennium she tells him if if the crowd doesn't cheer when the millennium falcon comes in at the end and you're movie doesn't work george and she's right a and she's the one who when they get to the end of the lost ark says you gotta bring the closure with him in marion we don't ever see her again after the arc seen you've gotta bring her back audience is gonna expect that you've sold them short and she's right they had to bring them all back the film the scene on the set so she she had a really good feel for the way the audience would respond but she's also the one that cut together those dog fight scenes around the death star using you know if they had eight seconds of footage of a specified she was gonna use all eight seconds 'cause that's all they had right i was gonna say something that's all they all they had ended all when she was one and then she cut in carrie fisher responding in here they come in you know so she's the one that figured out how to pay the end it what's really amazing when you watch that dog by saying you can't tell what's going on which is really hard and so that's that's really her her real strength and i think she makes those movies coherent she's really really talented when lucas was young he got in a very tragic car accident and you talk about that end what do you think the impact of that was on him yeah i think that's a formative moment in his life now it's typical of lucas he as he tells that story throughout his career it gets worse and worse 'em but when he was a senior in high school those two weeks after graduating a he gets t bo did his car at high speed end the car flips roles crashes in it wrap itself around a tree and it's this devastating crash it's on the front page of the local newspaper and you could i think i have it in the book 'em in had he at the freak part of it is is he had jerry rigged out that cardi b a drag racing kind of car so he could racist we had a racing belt in it that was welded to the floor the car 'em that racing belt snapped and he was thrown clear of that car before anything really happened to it so his his own you know the thing he put in there to keep him in the car failed and threw him out of the car and his life was saved an that he you end up with bruce lungs and i think he broke his clavicle and the again the great thing about lucas is you know initially had the classical goal and the lungs and then as he starts telling the story of years and it's like then it was pronounced dead on arrival and he was at home if you like it just gets worse and worse because i always better and faster better faster that's right that's right so but but it's a really it's informative moment life because you know regardless of how bad it is how long he was in a coma or if he was a it's a moment that he stops for a second because he really was kind of on the road in no where he was a terrible student i wasn't really incheon school and shouldn't rating and that's the one time in his life when he goes wow i really feel like any said something the extent of i feel like every day now is an extra day and the day after that is another extra day i really think it it both slowed him down and spent him up because that's the moment you sort of see rocket fuel and his in his in his blood did he really starts going up and try to do a lot of different thing i really think he did feel like he squandered his opportunities up until that point and that was a reminder of my gosh everyday really does matter to me in everyday is important it's a it's a big moment in his life and career so do you think that made him go for broke more there after i i think it very well could have you know and that's the moment that he's willing to back his father his father who he worshipped in would slightly terrified of and that's what we said look i'm gonna go down and i'm gonna study cinematography and you know you hear me if you wanna father thought i wasn't he had to convince his father was not arts right he had to pick their retirement instead of like so but you know but it is a moment where you sort of bucking his father and do it in you know moving down say which is a big deal from george you didn't go much beyond his own backyard 'em at what you did utah how which of the principal actors did you talk to a he tell you this i didn't talk with any of them did you i assume you tried to talk with all yes i didn't get any of them and it's hard to get people inside the organization because there's everybody's got a nondisclosure women do yup yup i'm on a movie that's that's all they do if they if they had lucasfilm inside them while they're not necessarily actor but i mean if you wanna talk about anything inside lucasville 'em i almost everybody in india how was it getting the information you got through primary sources when so many people were locked up on her nds 'em well gary carter examples a great source and a in british the british gary carts and you know oddly what's so weird to me is i don't know why didn't talk them the jim henson bookie producer crystal a city permit had fracas gopher care yeah i would go frank 'em end and then oddly i didn't talk to frank odds about george lucas a really yeah i don't know why i didn't even think about that so you know i had gary kurtz and 'em guy talked with thumb like i saw some radical iser college roommate so you know so i i found the ones that i could end the ones who've known him long enough that you know kind of like the health and i'll talk i don't really care mhm interesting 'em so how do you think lucas see star wars today 'em given that he's i mean this is i realize speculation on right right but i'm asking for speculation because i don't think anybody really know what i don't think he would be particularly honest depending on who's asking but what it knowing his life as you do from writing about it what does your gut tell you he thanks so he he tiptoe around before he's been he's been closed honest about it at least a one point i think he he talked about going to the premiere of force awakens and calling it going to the wedding of a divorce child which which i think is brutally honest for him as experience divorce and so and so i think that's probably the closest will find him game being brutally honest about it's not a popcorn moment no it's really not a you know an ice i think he expected when he handed over the keys to star wars the disney that he would still be allowed to drive the car in disney's attitude like no he paid you very well for the car we appreciate all you've done for the car but it will take it from here i i think that shocked do a little bit he thought they were gonna take all of his treatments for the film so you mean from the time you believe that from the time he signed the deal he still believe that he was gonna be able to collaborate with and collaborate with them on plot and yes.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Flight seventeen minutes tower flight seventeen minutes. Power over police, instructions check and see if you have male passenger occupying twenty four passenger, occupying twenty four wanted by police over checking Melissa Joe we got a man in twenty four. I'll tell them municipal tower. We have a man in seat, twenty four. The name is traveling under his John Jay Jones, John Jay Jones. Maybe that's his right name. But the police want they normally Boston. Black. Maybe you've met Boston black before, on your local movie screen, in case, some of you haven't, I think you'll soon be fast friends of his, and now meet Boston Blackie. Outside. The law is no strange territory to Blackie. But never does he stray for personal reward, although the police, and notably inspector. Faraday find no solace in his motives, and only wilder in his ability to remain out of their reach me gesture Mars as Boston Blackie, enemy to those who make him an enemy friend, those who have no frame..

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Trump says he will visit tornado-hit Alabama on Friday

America in the Morning

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Trump says he will visit tornado-hit Alabama on Friday

"President Trump will visit areas hard hit by that string of deadly tornados in the southern US corresponding Clayton Neville says search efforts continued yesterday in Lee county, Alabama where twenty three people were killed by the storm. The president said after the storms that he told FEMA to give Alabama the eight-plus treatment Friday, the president will visit the areas devastated by multiple tornadoes took been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. We've been in constant touch with the governor. And also the governor of. Georgia. And so we'll be going to the area will be Alabama and the general area Lee county Alabama sheriff Jay Jones said Tuesday, search teams were honing in on specific areas as the number of people unaccounted for continues to go down. We're concentrating on specific pockets for the search is not as in a broad spectrum news after four twister hit eastern, Alabama in parts of Georgia. Some are asking questions about the amount of warning time residents were given a head of the twister

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"jay jones" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Today. Rhode Island one step closer to ensuring abortion stays legal in the state, regardless of what happens at the federal level in the future of the House Judiciary committee voting in favor of the reproductive privacy acting nine two seven margin yesterday setting up a vote on the full house floor. Tomorrow committee, chairman Representative Robert craven, this is an insurance policy in the event that the supreme court overturns Roe versus Wade. Meanwhile, the Senate Judiciary committee still hearing testimony from pro-life pro-choice voices regarding a companion piece of legislation early in the morning. The democratic candidate wins the special election for an open Rhode Island house, June speak minute takes the election last night for the East Bay based district eighty six of forty percent of that vote over libertarian, William HUD, was run for the position before an independence can embark and James McKenna. The third in DC. The house is expected to vote today on a resolution condemning anti-semitism meanwhile, the president getting set for a trip. Alabama Friday, a look at the devastation caused by last weekend's deadly tornadoes. Nearly two dozen reported dead after Sunday's storms. Mark Mayfield with details. From Alabama officials identified the Twenty-three people who lost their lives over the weekend. The youngest victim was six year old or Mondo Hernandez. The oldest was eighty nine year old Jimmy Lee Jones, three other children were killed their ages. Eight nine and ten among the victims were also seven members of one family Lee county sheriff Jay Jones said yesterday, they're still searching for missing people as seven to eight people remain unaccounted for twenty one zero four seven FM sports. Gordon? Hayward drops thirty the Celtics slam the warriors won twenty eight ninety five in Oakland the play in Sacramento tonight. College hoops URI over Saint Joe's Eighty-six eighty five in overtime as they bolster their tournament resume tonight. Umass hosting Richmond, providence plays at Creighton. David crazy scores not the red hub. Bruins get a four three win over the hurricanes in Boston socks over the. Nationals in West Palm Beach in spring training. The host the pirates today the Yankees tap the Braves five to one in Tampa play the cards this afternoon. Meanwhile, the Yankees will be without starting pitcher Luis Severino. He was scrapped from yesterday. Start with shoulder discomfort who was shut down for two weeks at twenty four seven News Radio RI dot com. Now more Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron saint-pierre NewsRadio nine twentieth. One zero four seven.

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"jay jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Whether the Steve nine degrees, light snow. The wind chill minus seven Chicago. Police sergeant accusing his bosses of retaliating against him for refusing to change your police report about the shooting of an unarmed artistic team by an off duty officer in two thousand seventeen sergeant Isaac Lambert filed a lawsuit yesterday claiming he was demoted last month for not reclassifying the officer as the victim of the incident of Khalil Mohammed shot. Ricardo Hayes on the south side in August of two thousand seventeen Lambert believes the lawsuit could make him an unpopular figure within the police department a registered sex offenders in custody after being charged with sexually assaulting a young relative. It happened last year in north suburban England side berry deacon was arrested over the weekend after someone called in a tip to police say the suspect sexually assaulted and under each family member who is visiting relatives in November. Investigators have been searching for deacon since January. Dozens of people are still missing after a deadly tornado devastated. Rural Alabama community leak outta sheriff. Jay Jones says rescue teams are still trying to use everything they can get their hands on to search through the wreckage. They're using dogs and heat sensing drones. The twist retort through the area Sunday, killing at least twenty three people and those are the headlines WGN sports bulls go after their fifth straight road win tonight. They're at Indiana. The Pacers coming off a home loss to Orlando last night. Dwayne Wade scored twenty three lead Miami past Atlanta, one fourteen one thirteen and the way he blocked the one thousand fifty second shot of his career to pass Michael Jordan for the most blocks by a guard making a difference for the Blackhawks sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future. Former hawks first round defenseman. Henry yoki you continues to thrive in Rockford though. He spent the first half of the season with the Blackhawks yoki Har, you is only played thirteen games for the ice odds. But as one goal, eleven assists, twelve points, those thirteen games Hockey Hall of Famer, Ted Lindsay. Has died at the age of ninety three spent most of his seventeen years with Detroit. The did spend three years late in his career with the Blackhawks NFL teams continue to make roster decisions. Houston's putting non exclusive franchise tag on pass rusher. Davey on cloudy. The former number one overall pick Dallas's franchise tagging defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence for the second year in a row. Others getting the tag, Atlanta, defensive tackle crazy. Jarrett in Seattle defense van Frank Clark. Tiger Woods withdraws from the Arnold Palmer invitational where the next strain, but hopes to be ready for the Players Championship in two weeks or the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball Dave WGN sports with twenty five percent off all new.

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At least 23 dead in catastrophic tornado in Alabama, Georgia

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

At least 23 dead in catastrophic tornado in Alabama, Georgia

"More now on one of our lead. USA radio stories this hour families mourning the loss of loved ones in Alabama killed by the enormous tornado among those who died three children ages six nine and ten Chris Darden with the national weather service at a news conference. The tornado the most significant damage we are upgrading that to on ESPN. Information Archie right now on all suppresses, an estimated wind speed of one hundred seventy miles per hour. That's based on damage that we found not far from here on county road thirty nine John block and his team is out there assessing that right now and Lee county sheriff Jay Jones says the search continues for people still missing we've been talking with family members and residents in the area. Trying to get a hold of of how many individuals were looking for a way to get to concentrate. We have canine teams coming in from all over the state of Alabama and from the state of Georgia. This is USA radio news

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"jay jones" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"At least twenty three people dead and that death toll ease expected to go higher. My understanding is that the youngest victim was eight six, and of course, adults ranging in age from six all the way up through adult a sheriff Jay Jones lot of mobile homes, manufacturer type housing those were affected the most dramatically from the effects of the storm. I would I would describe the damage that that we have seen in the area is catastrophic and correspondent marched Rosman. Is there wherever you look you can see the aftermath of this f three tornado that came smashing through here, half mile wide and just chewed up. Almost anything in this path. It was part of a swarm of tornadoes that touched down across Alabama and the south Sunday CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie. House Judiciary committee has opened a new probe of. President Trump as well as his Whitehouse's campaign and his businesses. Eighty-one people connected to the president are getting document requests today from the committee more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff. Among the individuals receiving requests of the president's oldest son, Donald Trump junior and atom Weisselberg. The chief financial officer for the Trump organization judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler of New York says in his mind, it's clear the president obstructed Justice, citing Mr. Trump's frequent attacks on special counsel, Robert Muller, his alleged requests that the F B I go easy on former national security adviser, Michael Flynn and his admission that one reason he fired FBI director James Comey was to stop the Russia probe Bill. Rakoff CBS news Washington committee, chairman Nadler's as possible impeachment of the president is a long way down the road, but he wants to begin the proper investigations. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he will support the president's national emergency declaration for border wall funding, but he says he's holding his nose while he does McConnell says the Senate will vote against the declaration. But he predicts congress will not have the votes to override President Trump's promised veto one of those hoping the president would not take the national emergency root. Once you decide to do that. I said I would support it. But I was hoping he wouldn't take that particular path the president wants to redirect three point six billion dollars in military construction funds to build part of the wall. Actor Luke Perry has died after spending nearly a week in the hospital due to a massive stroke. The fifty two year old actor was surrounded by family, and as he passed away he became a household name for his role in Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, and then he was introduced to a new generation of fans he was playing the role of arches dad on the teen show. Riverdale Perry still had an upcoming role. That has yet aired. He's in the next Quentin Tarantino movie, which is due out this summer, Luke Perry dead at fifty two. A man was hit and killed by an MTA bus in queens overnight. WCBS Mak Rosenberg has more from Jackson heights. Roosevelt avenue.

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"jay jones" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Four states twenty three people dead. More than four dozen injured Lee county sheriff Jay Jones is hurts my heart. I I love this county, and it's extremely upsetting to me to see these people hurting CBS news. Correspondent Mark Strassmann? Is in Beauregard wherever you, look, you can see the aftermath of this. He f three tornado that came smashing through here, half mile wide and just chewed up. Almost anything in its path some people still unaccounted for a weekend storms across the nation from west to east dumped, heavy snow in the northeast overnight. CBS news correspondent DeMarco Morgan is in Boston traffic is moving slowly people are still trying to make the way through here a thumb who had no choice, but to go to work out today. The heavy snow is responsible for blanketing on the roadways here. Several hundred flights were either cancelled or delayed deep-freeze now moving in chilling. Millions. President Trump is the target of several investigations. Now, are these the half dozen probes are underway? CBS's? Steven Portnoy at the White House. This House Democrats ramp up their inquiries prosecutors in New York keep digging and Washington waits for Robert Muller's report on Saturday at the conservative CPAC conference, the president furiously went after those investigating him. They're trying to take you out with both. Okay. In an extraordinary tweet. He suggested the pressure of his former lawyers testimony last week may have led to the collapse of the North Korean nuclear talks. Mr. Trump called Michael Cohen's appearance. A new low that may have contributed to the walk. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House shooting nearly a year ago in Sacramento van unarmed. Black man by two police officers generated protests in the community. CBS's Jamie Yuccas reports twenty two year old Stefan Clark's families demanding Justice. Devante Clark is calling on California's attorney general to intervene after the Sacramento county district attorney decided not to charge the two officers responsible for his brother's death on Saturday district attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced that the officers had reason to believe their lives were at risk Vatican archives. About a previous pope will be open next year. CBS's Sabina Castell Franko FRANZ is told employees of the Vatican secret archives. The church is not afraid of history and. Announced he has decided to open its files on wartime. Pope pious the twelfth which Jews have been requesting for decades. Some Jews have accused the World War Two era. Pope of staying silent on the holocaust. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing..

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"jay jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jay Jones is the sheriff there some mass damage to structures residences in the area. More from ABC's. Pete combs. Some of the worst damage appears to be in Lee county, Alabama just across the Georgia state line near Columbus. Many of the dead are in the town of Beauregard in the twisters sent dozens of people to the hospital. Witnesses say one of the tornadoes was a powerful wedge that tore through Lee county and early indications from the national weather service seemed to confirm that saying the storm kicked up debris large enough to be seen on radar hundreds. If not thousands of feet in the air two sisters from northern California just five and eight years old or back at home safe after being missing for nearly two full days humbled county sheriff William says searchers were just totally shot came back and said they looked like they were just out for a stroll. They may be gone for an hour from their house. I mean, look that fresh ficials say the girls may have been saved by what they learned in four H. Another Democrats ready to jump into the presidential race overnight. Former Colorado governor. John Hickenlooper filed papers setting up a presidential campaign committee House Democrats are ramping up their investigations of President Trump ABC's. Brian Clark, chairman of the House Judiciary committee democratic congressman Jerry Nadler says his party will hold the White House accountable. The Republicans spent two years shielding the president from any proper accountability. He was on ABC's this week and said there are a long way from any talk of impeachment, but vowed to investigate the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen suggests that the president broke campaign finance laws Nadler says his committee is requesting documents for more than sixty people who are connected to the president Kentucky Senator rand Paul. Now says he will join Democrats in supporting a resolution that blocks the president from declaring a national emergency at the southern border. President Trump has promised to veto. You're listening to ABC news..

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"jay jones" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Doing court in Massachusetts today for a pretrial hearing for the disgraced actor charged with groping an eighteen year old at a bar in two thousand sixteen the judge handling the hearing and Nantucket says Spacey isn't required to attend but must be near a phone. In case he needed Twenty-three till a star is reborn coming up on the Hollywood minute. I'm John trout. This is America in the morning. Rescuers sifted through rubble looking for more dead and wounded after back to back tornadoes touched down in Alabama, killing at least twenty three people the storms inflicted their worst damage on Lee county, Alabama Sunday sheriff Jay Jones. All these people have lost their loved ones. Of course. So we pray for these families. You're gonna have a tough time ahead. Other lost everything they have on homeless at this point. Literally, certainly going to everything we can to get the resources to them to help them reports. Say wins exceeded one hundred sixty miles an hour twenty two till President Trump shorten summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN was put through the meat grinder on the Sunday news programs and his comment at the summit tending news conference about how Kim denied knowing about the mistreatment of Otto warmbier remains controversial. We get more from Bob Costantini, even flying Air Force One the trip to Hanoi for President Trump lasted longer than the abruptly halted summit with Kim Jong UN on CNN state of the union national security adviser, John Bolton saying the president's refusal to end all sanctions on North Korea is an achievement. I think it was unquestionably a success for the United States because. The president protected defended American interests the president traveling halfway round the world with the goal of denuclearization. And yet not knowing the outcome is being criticized by some Democrats house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff on CBS his face the nation. The president did give up a great deal by going to that summit by enhancing, Kim Jong UN's prestige on the world stage by giving up those military exercises in the last summit and getting nothing for it. Mr. Trump says Kim promised to continue a moratorium on nuclear bomb and missile testing, the president's taking Kim Jong wounds word that Kim did not know anything about the mistreatment of American student outta warmbier who died just days after being released by the north is facing bipartisan criticism in his lengthy multi topic speech to the conservative political action conference, Mr. Trump hinted that he is trying to maintain warm relations with Kim. And I'm in such a horrible position. Because in one way, I have to negotiate and the other way I love. Mr. and MRs warmbier, and I love auto, and it's a very very delicate balance Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy on ABC's this week not believing Kim's denial to the president. I think Kim knew what happened which was wrong. That's why when we passed sanctions we named it after Otto bear fruit in Cindy, warm beer, spoke out in a statement Friday, saying they could no longer respect the summit process. Quote, humane is evil regime are responsible for the death of our son. Otto, no excuses or lavish praise can change that. Bob Costantini, Washington. It's twenty till Stefan Clark's family says their hearts are broken again. No charges will be filed against the police officers who fatally shot their loved one and two thousand eighteen John Lawrence reports protests this weekend in Sacramento. Devante Clark says the police officers who killed his brother Stefan should face charges. I will like accountability on Justice and accountability. Sacramento. DA an Rubert made the announcement this. This weekend. Her office will not charge the officers who fatally shot Stefan Clark last year.

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Alabama, Sheriff Jay Jones And Mellberg discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Alabama, Sheriff Jay Jones And Mellberg discussed on Clark Howard

"Mellberg, it isn't the cold that's causing problems in Alabama. It's severe weather. The death toll has risen to at least twenty three in Lee county, Alabama after an apparent tornadoes swept through the area. Sheriff Jay Jones says search efforts will resume in the morning. I'm not sure. We have adults. Of course, it becomes of the of the storm in we do have some children houses completely destroyed homes. Just basically just slam slip for once stood home. Those who survived the tornado arts starting cleanup efforts and damage assessment getting underway. Donald ESTES living in southeastern Alabama aware from dark the daylight. I just watched this sub to clouds in and everything this towel Botton, Georgia man thankful to be alive. And if this is what we got coming this season. We all need to get prepared. You have a plan. ABC Andy thousands still without power and expected to be without it

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"jay jones" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Turned Up

"Productions your hosts, Jay Jones and Robert Venable. Hello. Hello. Hello. I am Robert Venable. One of the co hosts of turned up podcasts along with Jay Jones and Jake Jones, and I just got back from Hollywood California from the iheart radio podcast awards where we were nominated as turned up podcast as the music podcast of the year. Well, we decided this would be a great opportunity to take a little mobile microphone that connects to one of our cell phones and kind of record the evening as it unfolds. So we started from inside the car, you know, before even walked in to the place where the award ceremony was happening. And we took any opportunity to record the moments that were happening in kind of document the events around us. So there might be some noise. The audio quality is definitely not what you guys are used to. If you've heard any of our other podcasts episodes this week and last week for both done remotely. So I am back into studio right now recording this part. But what you're about to hear is straight from the horse's mouth or whatever they say these days anyway. So here we are painting a picture for you sitting inside of a vehicle in the parking lot before we even enter the premises. So take a listen to this and in joy. So here we are the Burbank studios. We'd already to walk in right? Yes. So what we did? So far. I think we've done we got here drove through security to pick both of our ID's. They check things on a radio. They check things on a list. Very nice dressed by during suits. And then came back to the car and said Kay. You guys are good after we heard them describe our car and said, they'll be driving themselves in blah, blah, blah car. Funny side story very quickly. Yeah. Go ahead. They sent out a sheet showing every guest who's going to be here. So that all security personnel as well as media personnel. Would know what everyone looks like camera guys all that kinda stuff? Yeah. And and they found the wrong Jake Jones on the internet and have his photo in that to confirm that was me and not a an African American man with a large afro that that if you Google Jacob Jones podcast, you'll see the picture that they just snagged off the internet saying this is Jacob Jones. But ironically, this is the best part photo with for Robert Venable was taken off of the turned up podcast website where he is right beside me. And in the photo of Robert Venable. You can see Jake EZ, right? J K like you start to see the word, Jake. They cropped him out of my photo. And and then on the photo randomly different different picture of a different. Jacob. Jones for you. Like that can't be the one in the podcast the one standing right next to the other person. This turned up in the background of the picture with the name doodle, Don at that says, Jake, okay? So we're in the parking lot sitting outside literally hundred yards from the Burbank studios. Gate and there are sixty yards. There are ten people or so all nicely dressed standing outside with clipboards men and women they're going to be our handlers slash escort people to take us to the red carpet..

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"jay jones" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"If you were to put odds on the team that would sign swag Kelly right now who would it be Jerry Jones sills bills? Jay jones. I kinda liked bills. I actually Jim Kelly. Yeah. I it's going to be the bills or maybe the raiders. That would that would fit right in with. If you're trying to turn back the clock to the to the late night. He to try. He's never cried before. But he would make him. He looks like Derek cars older brother kicks his ass. All the time. Skit swag to Oakland. Let's do it. Swag whole. Yeah. Also, by the way, it's sweat Oakland. They they have like the classic. They'll fight in stay in a game for about fifty minutes. And then just die. Yeah. And Andrew luck bet on them too. Yeah. Oh shit. All right. So that's fischel Broncos have been done chained. And so as Jameis Winston to we wanted to who's back. Yeah. Let's do it. All right. Hey, while she start my who's back. I have a few. Oh, great. I one is big baller brand. Oh, so we've talked about on the show, but I'll lavar ball's been kind of quiet, the share with LeBron in LA people say that you know, LeBron made him shut up but Kanye west this weekend. Tweet had a picture of him in lavar. Meaning that's going to be a collaboration come fucking time. How is this? Not happen. Yeah. Okay. I liked that. I liked that collab-. I mean, all they need is just they need lavar ball to be a sample on candy as next some sort. I would imagine Kanye west and lavar ball having a brainstorm session guys high on coke in the. In like, a shitty apartment at four AM because fucking ideas, neither of them are talking to each other and just ideas just flowing. So just be like two guys on coke in a really nice apartment. Yeah. No. I was saying right. Yes. Okay. It like at like two in the afternoon. Yeah. And then my other who's back was national anthem from the all star game last year that was a banger Josh Jamal. So he did an interview on Fox Sports one for God for whatever reason. And he said Draymond green wasn't man enough for Paul. He didn't call and apologize for laughing at her during the national anthem said he wasn't man basically called the mouse, Josh Jamal. Josh duhamel. Do a, oh, I don't know. How you say? Oh, no. Yeah. He's one of the celebs. Okay. He's from transformers. He's he's he's he's like pity celeb-. You just basically he's like the claw machine you can just grab a random celeb-. He you just throw them in there. Hey, we need a white male with dark hair. Yeah. That looks kind of like a more masculine Tofa grace. Yeah. He's basing them. Yeah. He's he takes every role that what's his name interns die in the car crash. Oh, Paul Walker. All right P. Yeah. Okay. I thought I thought that that was my list let my brain figure shit out for itself, Hank. He's Paul Walker. Paul Walker didn't I all right? Maybe but he called out Draymond green. Instead of listening to him and apologizing Tremont green the warriors decide, you know, petty wars NBA petty wars we admitted that they there's a remix of Fergie's national anthem. They played in the locker amount of the game. Just clowned all over Josh Duhamel mome. Mome alive. Paul Walker warriors and songs banger the remixes a banger. But Fergie it's like you gotta feel bad for Fergie 'cause she got fucking roasted the first time that she did it. And then now it's like almost worse because it's it's been brought back up. He pulled the news cycle. People had forgotten about it until this. Yeah, I'm just shocked at demanding a public apology for Draymond green didn't work out. Well, and I thought it was bad because I thought they were still married. So it's like at least like frigging can be mad at him. But it's like thirty even married anymore. Oh, so I was just getting straight shot. That's ox..

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Abilene man to donate kidney to family friend

WIP Programming

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Abilene man to donate kidney to family friend

"Firm date virgin galactic founded by british billionaire richard branson and blue origin by amazon creator jeff bezos racing to be the first to finish their tests with both companies using radically different technology they will charge thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars for space tourists to go up there that's a lot of money indeed while her legs were tingling but why a thirty five year old frenchwoman went to the emergency room to report a tingling electric sensation in her legs and trouble walking the 'cause we go a tapeworm lodged in her spine swelling so much it hindered her ability to walk you a sheriff's deputy in texas plans to donate one of his kidneys to a man who has been having difficulty finding a match sergeant jay jones what a guy with the taylor county sheriff's department has decided to donate his kidney to a clayton bolt after the abilene texas man was unable to find someone in his family that fits certain transplant criteria such as blood typing tissue typing cross matching the sheriff jay jones matches perfectly mars approaching earth for fifteen year close encounter on july twenty seventh what other things are out there with a close encounter let's check in with peter davenport from the national you're for reporting center peter what do you have forces week good evening george and you're right it's been a very busy week we sure sign on and i'm pleased to bring to the coast audience a few of the hundred and twenty six new reports that we've just posted to our website this evening i'd like to begin with the east coast and specifically the two carolinas them sort of work my way west three nights ago july tenth at approximately ten pm six adults were standing on a deck near topsoil i think it's pronounced tops elila north carolina looking southeast out over the atlantic ocean when they became aware of a very bright orange light just above the horizon well at this stage my intent would cause me to suspect a site in of the planet mars of course currently very bright in the southeast late evening sky however the report gets very much more interesting because the object suddenly disappeared from the witnesses view for a few seconds then equally suddenly reappeared well above the horizon and a second identical object appeared lower and to the right of the original object seconds later one of the objects faded and the second one disappeared both of them is appeared permanently very interesting case the witnesses remained outside for the next several hours looking for reappearance but saw nothing except for the planet mars however the plot thickens george because approximately ten minutes after this first site in there was a second sighting down on carolina beach south of topsoil island where people reported exactly the same thing it may have been the either the same citing or follow on site in identical to the first and finally the last report from the carolinas comes from myrtle beach south carolina how many times have i mentioned that place tree adults around walking on the beach at about eleven pm so now about an roughly an hour after the site ends up in north carolina and they saw an actual craft they believe with red lights all around its periphery hovering over the beach near myrtle beach south carolina all three of those sightings appear jason to one another and are posted reports for july tenth in there well worth reading i feel now briefly out to the midwest and i'll be very brief george grand rapids michigan on the eleventh of july this is just three or four hours after the sightings in the carolinas gentlemen saw a manta ray shaped craft from his car with one end of tipped up at a forty five degree angle very interesting citing i well i recommend people read that case on our website and finally this morning or the morning of the twelfth very interesting sightings over eastern and central oregon of an object that was around and almost translucent i'm working on trying to figure out whether it might have been a scientific balloon helium filled high altitude balloon but a photo journalist captured it with a three hundred millimeter lens and he says it's a very interesting so a lot going on many reports from tonight i'll report them next week we'll talk to you then thanks peter peter davenport from the national ufo reporting center up next the greatest storyteller ever born lionel fan through our back on coast to coast am.

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Abilene man to donate kidney to family friend

Programming

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Abilene man to donate kidney to family friend

"Billionaire richard branson and blue origin by amazon creator jeff bezos erasing to be the first to finish their tests with both companies using radically different technology they will charge thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars for space tourists to go up there it's a lot of money indeed well her legs were tingling but why thirty five year old frenchwoman went to the emergency room to report a tingling electric sensation inner legs in trouble walking the 'cause we go a tapeworm lodged in her spine swelling so much it hindered her ability to walk you a sheriff's deputy in texas plans to donate one of his kidneys to a man who has been having difficulty finding a match sergeant jay jones what a guy with the taylor county sheriff's department has decided to donate his kidney to a clayton bolt after the abilene texas man was unable to find someone in his family that fits certain transplant criteria such as blood typing tissue typing across matching the sheriff jay jones matches perfectly mars approaching earth for fifteen year close encounter on july twenty seventh what other things are out there with a close encounter let's check in with peter davenport from the national you're for reporting center peter what do you have forces week well good evening george and you're right it's been a very busy week on and i'm pleased to bring to the coast audience a few of the one hundred twenty six new reports that we've just posted to our website this evening i'd like to begin with the east coast and specifically the two carolinas and all them sort of work my way west three nights ago july tenth at approximately ten pm six adults were standing on a deck near topsoil i think it's pronounced topsail island north carolina looking southeast out over the atlantic ocean when they became aware of a very bright orange light just above the horizon well at this stage my intent would cause me to suspect a sighting of the planet mars of course currently very bright in the southeast leave evening sky however the report gets very much more interesting because the object suddenly disappeared from the witnesses view for a few seconds then equally suddenly reappeared well above the horizon and a second identical object appeared lower and to the right of the original object seconds later one of the objects faded and the second one disappeared both of them disappeared permanently very interesting case the witnesses remained outside for the next several hours looking for a reappearance but saw nothing except for the planet mars however the plot thickens george because approximately ten minutes after this first sighting there was a second site down on carolina beach south of topsoil island where people reported the exactly the same thing it may have been the either the same citing or follow on site in identical to the first and finally the last report from the carolinas comes from myrtle beach south carolina how many times have i mentioned that place tree adults around walking on the beach at about eleven pm so now about an roughly an hour after the site ends up in north carolina and they saw an actual craft they believe with red lights all around its periphery hovering over the beach near myrtle beach south carolina all three of those sightings appear adjacent to one another and are posted reports for july tenth in there well worth reading i feel now briefly out to the midwest and i'll be very brief george grand rapids michigan on the eleventh of july this is just three or four hours after the sightings in the carolinas gentlemen saw a manta ray shaped craft from his car with one end of tipped up at a forty five degree angle very interesting citing i well i recommend people read that case on our website and finally this morning or the morning of the twelfth very interesting sightings over eastern and central oregon of an object that was around and almost translucent i'm working on trying to figure out whether it might have been a scientific balloon helium filled high altitude balloon but a photojournalist captured it with a three hundred millimeter lens and he says it's very interesting so a lot going on many reports from tonight i'll report them next week we'll talk to you then thanks peter peter davenport from the national ufo reporting center up next the greatest storyteller ever born lionel fancier back on coast to coast am.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That while there's a generation of of of toronto kids that know toronto hip hop and like it and and feel proud to you were there i was there i was there i was actually on stage do i was dj the echo the instrumentals for him so he he starts he starts verse of his you know the northern touch his part on the end all these young kids like they clearly were just sort of in highschool coming out of high school new every single word and of course all the folks that were sort of my generation that were thirty plus we all knew all the words too so it was this moment where the analog into digital met where these digital natives and us non digital natives were were in the same space kind of repin toronto hip hop and being proud of canadian hip hop and we were converging at that moment three parts to everything remains raw to the exhibit first part features murals created by graffiti artists why did you want to start with graffiti are well i mean i got a shot at eclipse elixir an eager because they are you know a small sampling of the way in which graffiti rewrites to urban landscape right so hip hop and graffiti have a long history going back to the nineteen sixties and these graffiti artists what they do in urban spaces they make you know these ugly concrete condo city kind of places into beautiful landscapes and into beautiful sort of paintings.

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"jay jones" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Kelly oh my god kelly clarkson i tell you that was so exciting to me as if i didn't know who won that's ryan seacrest counting the first winner of american idol live on tv sixteen years ago you probably heard kelly clarkson's name for a while after that in fact you can still hear her music everywhere okay so now take a listen to this clip and see this also rings a bell phil winner of american idol mattie pop this year's american idol winner just revealed this week mattie papi another tv singing competition the voice also announced their big winner this week fifteen year old brin cartel if you are hearing these names for the first time you are not alone it kind of feels like these reality tv shows don't really have the following that they did back when they first started which makes you kind of wonder what does it mean to win this kind of competition in twenty eighteen to american idol and shows like it still have star making power the key this team is here to get to the bottom of it all plus certain canadian pop star has a new record out today we're going to get some thoughts on shawn mendez new record but let's get to it sitting across me right now is the host mornings on cvc music doors high and right next to her stuart berman pitchfork contributor and magic managing editor of the dow's irs has to tell so let's look back to what you i if you had to explain to an alien why american idol was a massive hit in two thousand two what would you tell them well the show arrived in the middle of this perfect storm and pop culture where on the one hand you had reality shows.

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"jay jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You this according to the federal highway administration this zipper merger what's called late merges in the traffic literature that they do work that they cut down a law on overall congestion surreally endure urged to be a moral person in this case in the side you mean qaiseer actually part of the problem not the solution doesn't that make reconsider it doesn't even take a traffic authority were physicists to know that if you are leaving half a mile of one lane empty then you're slowing down everything s you're absolutely so the thing you wanna do is i think from a public policy perspective is not put people's identity in the morality in conflict with efficiency so getting back to j jones's actual question if i am correct he or she wrote why don't more people know about zipper merged somme we would change and say why not where people use that side zooming use at second lane and do it what's your overall answer to j jones and for why people don't do it i think it is setting its socially costly to be zooming past people when you don't want to be that kind of person socially costly 'cause people will maybe shoot you a looker honk their horns at you you know you taken advantage of other people you're putting yourself above other people by every car you passes is waiting a few extra seconds because you pass them in i have to admit there was a time in my life where i wanted to be the kind of person who did that it was fun i got a little bit of joy out of the uh the whipping by on the the right lane but then at some point i i changed so jay jones's the kind of person who says look i know that i'm doing the right thing for everyone and it's even more rate for me and he or she is willing to absorb that social cost you have no problem with it it's just that that's not who you are yeah absolutely i am no real problem with the individual is so i understand when people pursue their own incentives what i have a problem with he's wearing the structures of society breakdown and it allows people who are exploiting other people to be able to do that without any punishment all right this is coming from ryan whose from sandy utah ryan rights to say my question is how has the internet not killed the.

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"jay jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jay jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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