22 Burst results for "Jeffrey Lyons"

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Same question to you Shannon and Max any last. Best wishes you WANNA. Send Towards Jeff. Of course just I mean we. been through a lot together. We're going to still keep going, but I will say I'd also like I wanted to thank you also could we have long days in in the company? Where you know doing rehearsals all day? It gets really it gets a lot sometimes. Just seeing you come upstairs with your group of light count. No twenty little boys coming up. Then you come in watch for a second. You just make sure you let how you know doing okay and Make us. Pay Attention rehearsal. What do you think you're doing? You know? Kinda gets us back to like okay. I can do this. I can keep going. So just wanted to thank you always being there for us. I love you. Yes I mean it's it's. It's always so nice to run into in the hallway whether we're on the second floor. You're on the fourth like being able to the you and catch out for even a second. Is. Just it brings you back to like all of the things that you teach us back to your roots and everything. You can't replace that. You know just someone that you've known for so long. Through your whole history and you just. It's always heartwarming to see you. Thank, you guys and then over to jeff any last things you would like to tell your adoring public before. that. Just more than anything I'm grateful to San Francisco to the school, relying me to be here this long I. Never. Thought I'd be here this long and I love it. I absolutely love being at the ballet, and at the school I. Love what I do, and I'm grateful for that. And I just want do a shout out, and I thank you all the owners right now that have been helping us during this time during the endemic when everything is shutdown and.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Stay. Was Like I. Don't WanNa stand there. You have to stay and finish the year by the time another five months last, and I was fine I didn't WanNA leave United States for four years, but it was that gift to my parents, and you just think to finish as you committed to it and I think with Alli with kids start learning as they commit to doing it. They do the work, and whether they stay in Bali or not and go to somewhere else tax commitment of learning. Focusing committed on the work will serve them wherever they go, and so when I love what you're saying is before I love it when kids Mike semi messages on Instagram or facebook and tell me what they're doing. They're like successful in their lives. Summer lawyers architects summer. Doctors are like nurse practitioners. You know it's amazing. Summer school teachers at it's so amazing. They're just success in their lives, and they're having a really great life. Summer Dancing, having full career retiring from the careers already starting to teach now they've gone. What do you know they've asked for? Advice a nod? We'll call. We'll talk on the phone. You know it's just to me. It's amazing and I just happy when you use. They're successful and you know they are. So that to me that learning to just have that commitment, and just follow through with whatever you're GonNa do just follow through with the action, and then you'll get a result at the end. You know and you can go from there, so. To me, that's what valley classes you just gotTa commits doing the work and to get to the end, and then you build on it. It's like you build on layers. Everything.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"And. It was like that weird moment over like this is so cool to be able to see that, and then like that third act when I knew every single person in the third act is almost all done my audit classes. Like this is so awesome. Walked back across the street and I taught for three hours. The bally's which like this is. Lucky I get to do this at you know it's fun to do, and that's one of my best stories of. Like teaching and being s valley school, because it was like that moment of going this all awesome deceit up in to really see. What's funny. For me anyway. So. Great draft you mentioned you know the you. You teach the little ones right and Patrick mentioned it to. You teach a little. You Know Level One boys the CS people, but you also are teaching potted a class in the upper levels. You really teach across the school. Patrick I wonder if you could sort of chronic on how important it is to have a faculty member like Jeff, who can teach across kind of every level of the organization. But it's extraordinary bulletin because you know anything up and I can always count on Jeff. But Jeff is is really. Is that you stitching? The level? One to five boys is better. The class is doing the REP class because it works with the comfort. Repertoire this judge because in the school. We have those call the valley classes. Because mentally you know, we only will consolidate finishing to work together, so jeff does that and I told you I'm very grateful for Jeff Yeah absolutely. Do you, Patrick or Andy have any particular. Specific Memories you WanNa throw out that we haven't touched on yet. Andy have one. Well. If you don't mind, I'd like to read a note from a student. This student identifies herself as child of the Horn. Thank you for sharing your talent dedication in love with your students..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"What I'm like like something that stands out as Before class. Everyone is sort of in the room like stretching in hand, and we would always just get up to no good. We would always do to trouble. Throng, awesome, playing soccer, playing with like water, bottles and stuff. And I remember one ten. Jeff came in and just like. Re renamed US out for district in the studio, and not the seriously, but he always says something, fun and funny. It ends so even he's holding you accountable. He's telling you. What you need to be doing, and what why? What you're doing is not necessarily okay, he also. With with levity with fun, and so you know that you're not. He's not mad at you. We also have to take things seriously. Now. Jeff. Do you have any your commuted Jeff? I'm I. Have Stories on does to to you know I remember. To take this. Shot? Is this little bitty stringy skinny thing with those really bowed legs, and I really both likes to either bowed legs, and it was. It was just always funny, because it's first position was about that, it was a V.. He couldn't open up at it, you know it worked over time and he was yeah he. If you! Turn your back on 'em. He did something it was always doing something, but he survived. You know and then Max like it's reroute Max's maxine in level. One and way through the share dropped because he had like it. I think it was to contain for him, and so his mom and I were doing phone calls back and forth trying to figure out. How like you know she? She was like what about new like look, if he wants to come back and come back. You know whatever and I think. I finally talked to him on the phone and said look. Don't worry about it if you decide at the end of the year, you want to come back next year. Just come back and still big deal. And he came back the next September. He was back. So, and then he went all the way through school and I think the funding for me is like watching the guy's not just sean and Max that everyone you know. I was looking at Romeo and Juliet last week on Youtube and I could tell you stories about almost every single person on stage. Because at some point, they've been in classes in the school. And if they haven't gone all the way up like maximum, Sean half from the bottom to the top than they were in the school for three or four years, so they were doing like ten classes, piloting classes and Rep classes with us. You. Know watching almost the entire stage and it was like all. It was so cool to have those memories of like to see that Ark for me. There's an arc from the school to see them at the performance. Of Being Professional..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Andy anything to add to that I think it's just jock. It's your sense of humor and. How the kids respond to that, and it's not just the kids who you teach day in day out, but it's in particular those who are part of any of the company productions. When you're working with them, not cracker compelled. Any of those productions I think the kids really appreciate your attention. To the details of what you're teaching them and I think the parents appreciate your care and you look out for their safety. It's always with on a smile and with an incredible sense of humor. So I, want to turn the same question kind of over to Max and Sean. who were at one point in time a couple of those tiny boys? In Jeff's class WHO Patrick saw? So, what were some of your first memories when you first entered the school of working with Mr? Lyons Oh my God. Patrick, pretty much! Nailed it. We were be Max for both. Tiny kids in the school in see some guy giant guy come in. It's like Oh God. This is going to be a teacher. Kate gotTA straighten up a little bit, but I know I wasn't probably the easiest one in the classroom to. China love, but you're super patient and exactly what needed as a teacher? Is He wants to get to know him. You realize okay. This guy really knows what he's talking about. I can learn a lot from him, not just ballet, but no light stuff, too. Yeah I think just just makes everything really fun especially as a young kid lightning. Sean like we didn't like. We were all. Like we we needed something to root us in in Bali, and in and in consequence through life, but you have to be able to have fun with things you have to be able to know how to take things with liberty, and still be held accountable, and still you know learn what you need to do, you know, get everything done, but also have and that's. That's a hard thing. To teach kids, you know and Jeff does early well. Still to this day you'll catch on the alwin. Make sure. Were We know place? Oh? Yeah, it's it's not. It's not changing since we're older is still teaching this stuff. Are there any particular things that stand out in your memory that he taught you whether it's a ballet related. You know something you still think when you do. Establish or a bigger kind of life. Lesson that you've really carried with you over the years. I mean I, could I could I? Remember so. I. Remember being a page. Nutcracker and we're just one of those guys standing the back end. As, kids were really you know no one's really paying attention too much to us, but. We're kind of slacken, a little bit and my legs. They bowed. And so they're. They're just like. You can tell right away that me. Stand on stage with the boat legs and I remember just finishing the showed nutcracker and going backstage. Jeff immediately telling me that I need to be putting my legs together I think. What you're watching, MR afternoon on the stage..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"And they needed a male teacher because `Antonio Casteel had left to go back to London with his family, and so they were down a teacher and Gloria talk to Helgi, and then he said yes, and she's like. Would you be interested? And it was like? Yeah, and so that's how I ended up out here. That was twenty years ago. You know August of nineteen ninety nine. And I never i. I. It's. It's been an amazing experience to be to be honest with you and. What I love about being into school, is a key continue growing learning as a teacher, and just like subtly into my job I lobbied. I love the students love the organization. It's a great place to be at I'm really lucky that way I think. We have a great team with Patrick leading us. And you know all the teachers get along really well, and we work well together and I think it shows. I think the weird thing this week is that we're not doing showcases. Spring Festival the first time in twenty years. That I've been here that we're not doing. It's just really bizarre. You know this is the time, don't they? Kids to shine and I'm. So but next year we'll have next year. You know and. That's ended up out here and I'm so grateful that I said. You Austin came. It's been a long journey and it's been a great journey. That'd be so. Andy Patrick. Do you remember when you first met Jaffer wet? Some of your first impressions were when you met him. yeah, remember level was really in prison. That Jesse's are very told. His. He's tool and I mean the I. Ching those like tiny little boys I was routed press. Because It's it's very demanding physically. which those little boys you know you've got to go to their size and then seeing jets being a huge minding. That's A. Those tiny little thing was gonNA believable. And what I really admire straight awaits. The week communicated the kids. The Wizards responded to it. I said. That's something that's very very very special and I can tell you all those boys. All those little boys very There is the lions. They've really respected and listened to him. Discipline Them. In always very subtle with excel panning at it's it's it's A. It's a crutch to be with. You know it's really something you cannot do it. Unless you can't function those students. Let's get so that's but my first remembrance shift big has stopped me. Bugs was.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Conversation I'm Jenny Chalet the associate director of Audience Development here at San Francisco Ballet and I am so thrilled to be joined today by a whole big group of people to celebrate San Francisco Ballet. School Faculty member Jeff Lyon. With Me Today Are San Francisco Ballet School Director Patrick Armand Waves since I have you on the. Director of education and Training Andy Nonni. Recently promoted principal dancer AMAC's Cawthorn. Company Artists Sean Bennett and the man himself. Jeff Lions. For those of you who are based here in San Francisco. You know that these meet the artists. Conversations normally happen before performance in the Opera House, but as we have moved all of our programming online during this covid nineteen crisis we have also moved our meet. The artists conversations online. We are all at our respective homes, and so we're all on zoom, so please bear with us if there are any technical difficulties broken up Internet dog barking in the background just there with us. We are doing our best. We will also try to take some audience questions if you have them, so if you have a question, please leave those in the comments on facebook and I will pass them along to our guest. So for a little bit of context, yesterday should have been opening night of San Francisco Ballet School. Spring Festival performance says, and this annual event marks the culmination of the school year on his major fundraising events annually for the school I know that Indian Patrick. We're GONNA. Talk a bit more about it, but essentially because we weren't able to do that event in person, we wanted to celebrate online. We've released now to streams of. of La's made for our training program and Dina gunshots heliotrope and James DEFRANCO's means to an end. You can find those right here on. Facebook can also find them on our website for the next week and please do follow us on social media, and both the company.

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'The Booksellers' Speaks Volumes About Old Books And Those Who Love Them

Midday News

03:20 min | 7 months ago

'The Booksellers' Speaks Volumes About Old Books And Those Who Love Them

"Opening in theaters this weekend I need a new coach you're the first person I thought too many good seventy made the playoffs back when you apply it Ben Affleck stars as a high school basketball coach in the way back and here to talk about this and more is our film critic Jeffrey Lyons hi Linda what makes this an unusual movie it's about a coach who has an alcohol problem and we all know that Ben Affleck is a recovering alcoholic and I think it took a lot of courage on his part to confront his demons in real life as his character does in the movie he goes back to coaches high school team and of course you wonder are they going to make the playoffs or not and will he be still on the sidelines coaching and I like that I like his performance and he's the only actor you probably seen except al madrigal a graduate of the daily show as as the assistant coach but the performances in the supporting cast are compelling and it's Affleck's movie and I think it makes the most of it then there's a film called the burnt orange heresy and elicited here clearly and I'm sure I did that one point we're told the title doesn't mean anything anyway it's about an art lecturer and he's a teacher and he he's asked by a rich man played by you ready for this Mick Jagger I love that thank you make and and he he owns a huge villa all in in Italy and an artist in residence play by Donald Sutherland is there and this art collector wants one of the guys few remaining paintings that he's going to even have it stolen form and a co stars an interesting actor same Elizabeth Debicki and she in the art dealer lecturer played by an actor named kills bang would never seen before I'm having an affair it's like a teacher and a student and they go there and it's a pretty involving story but Mick Jagger almost steals the movie because he hasn't been on screen in a decade but I like it and then there's a documentary we New York will like it specially it's called the booksellers I don't you're saying that that but little bookstore on fifty eighth street between Madison and park with and the the I think it's called the the antiquarian bookstore where they have old books and of course there's the strand bookstore the whole movie about this group of people with an Amazon dominated world one little bookstores that sell out of print volumes and some of the we're told some of the owners of the stores almost resented to come and take and and by the books because they've come to become so accustomed to having them on their shelves and it's a whole world here and especially here in London of these aren't deal book book dealers who treasure these books and one point one of them is that an option any spending to buy original Leonardo da Vinci book written in da Vinci's hand and an anonymous bidder is on the phone outbidding whatever you get a guy named Bill Gates a thirty five million dollars for the book but it's a fascinating book a story and the you know good there's nothing more enjoyable to pass some time then to browse this a bookshelf particularly in a store like the strand which is opening by the way a branch on the Upper West Side pretty soon too there was a book bookstore there that that had to close unfortunately and they're taking over that so it's a wonderful world that a lot of us in New York don't know about but if the booksellers brings it to that gives it the the light that it deserves Jeffrey lines all three of those sound like really interesting movies thanks so much

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Versus Ferrari the Irishman Jo Jo rabbit little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite WCBS film critic and host of the lion's den feature Jeffrey Lyons is joining us on our news line Jeffrey what do you make of that Best Picture list well my cost a bit too many I miss the days when they were just five but my favorite film of the year was once upon a time in Hollywood and I'm glad to see that it's right up there and I think it's going to be with the winner and if it doesn't it should be in nineteen seventeen we're going to go through each category as the weeks progress but there were some surprises joker I I found a very depressing movie I think he's given the most powerful performance of the year but it's odd the parasite is in this category and it's in the newly renamed international category it makes no sense to me given the film a chance shouldn't whatever wins both I mean that that's that that's odd but there really were not many surprises in this category Jo Jo rabbit I know as many people who didn't find it funny instead I for one didn't care for the Irishman I thought was pretentious we long but it's a Netflix movie which played a couple of weeks and the theater to qualify so the industry is changing so little by little the only surprise I really found was Ford versus Ferrari another none of its stars really were in it where where were nominated but it still had a following but it really was a notch below the others I felt their other films as always comes up quality that are overlooked and this year was no exception Jeffrey maybe thirty seconds left there's always somebody being snubbed in an acting category and directing you see any substance year yes Greta Garbo it gets all makes an all male category she was great I'm not the intended audience for little women I found her interpretation fresh and interesting and and vivacious and she's just one of the great young filmmakers Bruce Dern for once upon a time in in Hollywood as old man Spahn and John Lithgow as Roger ailes in bombshell was just just knocked me off the screen those are the three that I find most egregious and they're all missions but you can't please everybody maybe even Adam Sandler to foreign cut jobs Jeffrey always good to hear from you thanks for joining us thanks guys the CBS film critic Jeffrey Lyons three fifty two in the afternoon roundup.

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Jerry Herman, Composer of 'Hello Dolly!,' 'Mame' and 'La Cage aux Folles,' Dies at 88

WBBM Morning News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Jerry Herman, Composer of 'Hello Dolly!,' 'Mame' and 'La Cage aux Folles,' Dies at 88

"American composer and lyricist Jerry Herman has died known for a long list of classic Broadway shows including Maine hello Dolly entertainment critic Jeffrey Lyons he is the composer of the first musical ever to be specifically about gay people what concertful and it was nineteen eighty three you would think that by that time it would be commonplace but it wasn't Jerry Herman one two Tonys two Grammys and an MA he was eighty eight years old

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Critic Jeffrey Lyons joins us live with a preview Jeffrey hi Pat well you know it's implied written twenty one minutes and it's only about the joker and how this character involved and it's a fine performance from Joaquin Phoenix but it's so ponderous at times and it's too long and unless you're a bad man fanatic and you have to know how it started it's the it's not worth seeing at least in theaters Batman demo tapes will flock to what I suspect and there's also some sort of ancillary publicity that they don't want about it because of the danger of something horrible happening but I might be high to certainly send certainly hope so so I I didn't expect anything but this kind of performance that he gave but Joaquin Phoenix may have some of the real life benign qualities that this character has still he's a strange guy at least he is on TV interviews so Todd Phillips is a director and if you're a bad man fanatic you'll want to see it no matter what anybody says but it's not for a wider audience is another will be out. download a Gloria pain in glory I'm a huge fan of Pedro mold the bark I like his movies especially about women that have a nice tie up at the end and the plots always come together in a clever way this one's different this stars on Tony about Dennis one of his favorite actors and one of mine it's an autobiographical star with Penelope Cruz also go on both of our favorite playing on Tony about that his mother and flashbacks it's about a director who has reached a performance or create a block and he's not sure of himself but he's got all sorts of aches and pains and it's again it's not typical I'm all the bar I'll say this for it if you have to see every all of our film go see it I am also glad that he's got this out of the way he can go back to making movies at that he always says that I usually love so it's from one of our demo tapes just to say they've seen it but I was disappointed. let them okay that's Jeffrey lines with the latest previews it's twelve fifty two. are you hungry for the usual today. you ready to spice things.

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‘Downton Abbey’ Crowned No. 1 at Box Office With $31 Million Opening

WCBS Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

‘Downton Abbey’ Crowned No. 1 at Box Office With $31 Million Opening

"One Brad Pitt's ad astra and Sylvester Stallone's Rambo last blood were no match for Downton abbey at the box office this weekend the king and queen coming to town walls. the big screen encore of the upstairs downstairs TV series opened with an estimated thirty one million dollars in ticket sales it over powered a pair of less well mannered movies ad astra which got mixed reviews from our Jeffrey Lyons debuted with nineteen point two million last blood trailed slightly also at nineteen

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Seventy five degrees in central park. This is lions radio. I'm Jeffrey Lyons dogs journey a sequel to the two thousand seventeen we'll be a dog's purpose then a squad returns as the father of an adult son had been killed in a car crash in Mark Halperin, burger replaces the late Peggy Lipton is his wife. It's another by the number star of a dog, which narrates and is reincarnated constantly looking for his family. If you're listening to this fine radio station I suspect, you're not the target audience. It's mainly for preteens who like may own a dog. The sun self-centered wife, now a widow and aspiring singer as well played in a thankless role by Betty, gilpin or young adult daughter CJ is played by Kathryn Prescott and this enjoyable, but truthfully story Danielle Barbarossa OSA, an actress to watch plays the girlfriend of Henry. Lau CJ's eventual boyfriend on the movie is almost ruined at the end by laughable old people make up on quite an Halligan burger. But overall a dog's journey is harmless fluff? I suppose. Does. That's li- then radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty I'm Joe Connolly for popular bang. Their bottom line is you. Here's chief operating officer Manuel. Nothing can be more rewarding than interacting with a small business dead really has these big dreams of what they want to accomplish and being a part of that journey. That's something that we take to heart that we've been doing for a long, long time, and we're constantly looking for ways. How can we do that better begin your journey now at popular Bank dot com? Attention. The Virginia citizens defense league is sounding. The alarm, America's freedoms are under attack from the domestic enemies of the constitution through deception anti rights adversaries are trying to.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

14:50 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Jeffrey Lyons with us Jeffrey to this day is still controversial to talk about evolution in schools. Oh. Oh, absolutely. I think I would still got get a bad grade on a paper if I challenge did. You know, a large state run university. It's just you just don't do it. Now. The curious thing is. There's one conversation in the biology department. But then when you go over to the to the chemistry department, and they've got a journal called corral C H I R A L IT Y in all the chemists know that every single cell in your body twists to the left. So there's no randomness to life. It's as if the people in biology don't talk to the people in chemistry, and then of course, you go across the campus to the religion department. They can talk about God all they want. But you can't talk about metaphysics or God India in the same breath in biology department. Yeah, there there there's like little I don't know silos or barriers around these different departments. And they don't talk to each other Darwin was a believer as you mentioned in intelligent design and the possibilities of it. Well, it's really hard to say. I mean, the term wasn't around when when you know, he was putting his theory out. I think he maybe mentioned the creator because he felt that that would help get his theory out. And that was the prevalence are predominant theory of the time prior to Darwin. You know, it was God created mankind and everybody believed that so maybe he used that as a ploy or a bridge to get his theory out. It's really hard to say because he doesn't tell us. All right back to the phones we go. Let's go east of the Rockies. Joe Long Island New York Joseph go ahead. Jeffrey two questions, I would be on interspecies, and well, then Stacy's communication, for example. What have we learned about how species like birds communicate? Well, then south and the idea of focal causing sounds like for example, how can a power actually, you know, say a sentence in English. That's pretty bizarre where dog not apparently. And then my second question would be more about crept. It's is it possible dragons flying dragons, actually. I know when Jeremiah it refers to drag us a few times, I'm wondering if that was a catch off a dinosaurs. That may have existed close one time to now or was this take news. I and you know, there was a giant squid style. And that was supposedly a corrupted that never access so I just want to ask you about crept this as well and also of violence within the animal kingdom, what seems to work against evolution. As if predatory animals are out there. They're not gonna make with each other. If it's surprised. All right. So let's see s cheer your first question. Actually, you said you got to. But we got three now. Your free squadron. I think was talking animals talking to one another. Like parrots talking dawgs camp still? Yeah. There clearly is communication between animals. We've known this quite some time. MB's is a great example. But there's something that that sits human beings apart from animals in communications theory, we call it, meta cognition. So what that big word means is that human beings have the ability to think about thinking. In other words, we can pick up a newspaper or a book, and we can read with someone else said we can agree with it. Disagree with it. We we write papers books we have conversations about other people's thoughts. It's far as we know animals. Don't have the ability of meta cognizant. So that that kind of sets us apart from animals, at least, we don't have any evidence that they do your second question that I think that was to let's see you mentioned. What was your second show? Yeah. I was just asking about the whole thing of crept. It's you know, using the example of dinosaurs. Maybe they disappeared. By violence between them as time went on. Yeah. Obviously, we got the bones. We get these large animals, and you know, how why there's even cases of giantism, and you know, there's cases of. Human skeletons that are in all they were giants to their giants too. And we've got the evidence some say that that evidence is being hidden in museums. But you've probably dealt with with other guests on your shows. But the the evidence from geology, and I do mention it in my book is it's there's been multiple mass extinctions the worst one happened about two hundred fifty million years ago in ninety percent of all life on earth was wiped out. They think that one might have been caused by gases. But in terms of dinosaurs, they think well that happened because of the asteroid that was only verified in nineteen eighty by geologists name Alvarez. And so prior to nineteen eighty they really didn't have an explanation years. Third question had. To do with violence was that between animals or human being animals animals animals? Well, of course animals Darwin talked about, you know, competition between animals, and and Spencer renamed it, he call them survival of the fittest was wasn't even Darwin's term. It was Spencer's. Clearly, you can see it with human beings, though. We've we've got the whole issue of ethics in so violence human being against human beings is not right. We have laws people go to jail, and once again human beings are in a different category with animals, let's go to Walton, Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. I got told Tom I guess you said that I was gonna call. We knew that. George with all due respect the doctor lions. Evolutionism most proven in all of science now at every high grade school kid gets a microscope and they take him out in the field shit. You know to a pond, and he gets the drop upon water and puts microscope than you know, you see squiggly little things, you know, under microscopy. And now never Lucien denying may say to me, how could we have possibly vaulted most squiggly little things that you see in pond water, but George. This spur Mata's. Oh, and the ova or exactly. What does protozoan stack you see in pond water or are? They are the ancestors of those Protozoa the spermatozoa and the over our cumin bugs, George so to speak. Biology. I don't know if you've ever heard, there's a very profound statement it. It's it's goes on Tijaniya recapitulates Filon, Jimmy. I don't know if Dr aligns is ever heard of that. I'm aware of fi logically. We talked about it in the earlier, our and Ernst Mayer one of the most famous evolutionary biologists said the final alginates is completely inferred. In other words, there's no evidence to support it whatsoever. So I you know, you bring up a number of good points. But again, you know, I'd have different. I would say Francis. Crick who? He's the one that style on DNA, and and got the Nobel prize in Watson. And he said there's no way could ever come about by chance it's too complex and what's happening. Now, all the advanced research in microbiology is showing that Darwin had no idea how complex it was. He probably also had no idea what would happen with these theories. Yeah. Would happen theory. I mean brought I welcome. You know, your callers that, you know, still, you know, feel that evolution is in good shape. But you know, I just kind of challenge them to look at the research. And look what the scientists themselves are saying it, I think it would raise an eyebrow. What I love about this show. Jeffrey is we let people on with all kinds of us. Absolutely. That's we don't muffling Chris in Austin, Texas, first time caller force. Hi, chris. Chris you're with us. Hello. Yes, sir. Okay. Almost almost got radio. Go ahead. I'm calling about the I don't believe in evolution. I believe in Jesus Christ. And I believe in the bible. In the book of revelations is shows that he's coming back. And if at the museum was to and how come back, you know, what I'm saying I have proof right here. So he's a he's a believer. Jeffrey, there's one of them. Well, of course, the people the society in general, they were all believers during Darwin's time science, as you know, we talk about science. It's actually rather new it started with Francis Bacon, and it's only a few centuries old. So if you and I jumped back into time capsule, and we went back a few hundred years, especially in Europe Christianity, was was predominant. So yes, there are in fact, if you do the research in Gallup poll has done a lot of research on this. And that and I think the caller because what Gallup poll is found is if the majority of the people in the United States continued to not believe in evolution on the college campus. They're very upset about that. And the scientists talk about that. But interestingly enough, George the research shows that the longer someone stays on the university gets a graduate degree in onto a PHD. The more likely they are to not believe in God or even become an atheist. So that's interesting interesting. From the Gallup poll, we go next to Plattsburgh New York Roberts with us on coast to coast. Hey, Robert, go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you. George was Jeffrey for taking my call. Sure, we have a very outstanding resource on this planet giving us public. I published in October nineteen fifty five ranch rancher book, which is studied worldwide and sixteen languages, and it's given to us by celestial beings to upgrade the planet to give us information about what the biological origins are the history of the planet earth. What you call your answer and many facets of of things that you're talking about. And a lot of people are investigating that. And they're saying, wow, they're really something to this university of mission that we received a be upgrading planet to help us truly understand what has happened. Obviously. You know, that's our winning is that one is and so forth. Many of those things are based on the early discoveries and speculation in series based on their own. Technology was interested is the time. Now, we have a chance to understand what could really be out there. And it's a good source too. Just check out and have a chance to see what the view is. Are you familiar with that book? Jeffrey, I've got one it's huge. No. I mean, that's the benefit of your show. You've got callers that have just a wide right of information out there. And you know, again, I mean Darwin series started off as a biological theory when it morphed into a degree of origins. You know, it it touched, you know, the greatest question, which we touched on, you know, in our first hour is why are we here? And then how did we get here? And that of course is always the big question. How are we here? And why are we here it is? It is it is. It's universal. I think mankind just today. I'm, you know, I'm coming into work coming into the studio, and you know, you see people driving cars, and you know, coming out of their houses. And I mean, the whole thing is strange, isn't it? When you think about it? What's it all about? Yeah. Well. That's why there's people who face. You know? That's that's why people are looking for explanations. You know, I'm really fascinated with your your next guest might be a bit of a teaser. But again, I talked to my next door neighbor, and she had this out of body experience. And you ask what's next for me? I might do some research with that because she's been a nurse for a very long time. And she's got all kinds of stories about what she sees in hospitals, and they they don't have natural explanations. A lot to out of body experiences to be sure only got a minute left Jeffrey, and I want you to do a quick summation. If Charles Darwin were alive today on this show, and I asked him specifically Charles or maybe I'd call him, Charlie..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:51 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back. Jeffrey Lyons with us Jeffrey to this day is it's still controversial talk about evolution in schools. Oh, absolutely. I think I would still got get a bad grade on a paper if I challenge did in a large state run university. It's just you just don't do it. Now, the curious thing is there's one conversation in the biology department. But then when you go over to the to the chemistry department. I mean, they've got a journal called corral C H I R A L I T Y and all the chemists know that every single cell in your body twists to the left. So there's no randomness to life. It's as if the people in biology don't talk to the people in chemistry, and then, of course, you go across campus. Did a religion department. They can talk about God all they want. But you can't talk about metaphysics or God India in the same breath in biology department. Yeah, it's there there. There's like little. I don't know silos or barriers around these different departments. And they don't talk to each other Darwin was a believer as you mentioned in intelligent design and the possibilities of it. Well, it's really hard to say. I mean, the term wasn't around when when you know, he was putting his theory out. I think he maybe mentioned the creator because he felt that that would help get his theory out. And and that was the prevalence are predominant theory of the time prior to Darwin. You know, it was. God created mankind and everybody believed that so maybe he used that as a ploy or a bridge to get his theory out. It's really hard to say 'cause he doesn't tell us. All right back to the phones we go. Let's go east of the Rockies. Joe Long Island. New York Joseph. Go ahead. Jeffrey two questions, I would be on interspecies, and well, then Stacy's communication, for example. What have we learned about how species like bars communicate within themselves and the idea of vocal chords? And sounds like for example, how can a pattern actually, you know, say a sentence in English? That's pretty bizarre where dog not apparently. And then my second question would be more about crept. It's is it possible that dragons flying dragons, actually, I know Jeremiah, it refers to drag us a few times I'm wondering if that was a catchall for dinosaurs. That may have existed close one time to now. Or was this fake news? I and you know, the there was a giant squid style. And that was supposedly a that. And that never access. So I just want to ask you about crept this as well and also violence within the animal kingdom would seem to work against evolution as if predatory animals route that and not gonna make with each other. If it surprised. All right. So let's see s cheer your first question. Actually, you said you had to but we got three now. Your first question. I think was talking animals talking to one another. Like parrots talking dawgs camp still? Yeah. There clearly is communication between Alamos. We've known this quite some time. MB's is a great example. But there's something that that sets human beings apart from animals, and in communication theory, would call it, meta cognition. So what that big word means is that human beings have the ability to think about thinking. In other words, we can pick up a newspaper or a book, and we can read what someone else said we can agree with it. Disagree with it. We we write papers books. We have conversations about other people's thoughts. As far as we know animals. Don't have the ability of medical technician. So that that kind of sets us apart from animals, at least, we don't have any. The evidence that they do your second question that I think that was to. Let's see what was your second show. Yeah. I was just asking about the whole thing of cryptic words. You know, using the example of dinosaurs. Maybe they disappeared. By violence between them as time went on. Right. Yeah. Obviously, we got the bones. We got these large animals, and you know, how why there's even cases of giantism, and you know, there's cases of. Human skeletons that are enormous and giants to giants too. And we've got the evidence some say that that evidence is being hidden in museums, which you've probably dealt with with other guests on your shows, but the evidence from geology, and I do mention it in my book is it's there's been multiple mass extinctions the worst one happened about two hundred and fifty million years ago and ninety percent of all life on earth was wiped out. They think that one might have been caused by gases. But in terms of dinosaurs, they think well that happened because of the asteroid that was only verified in nineteen eighty by geologists name Alvarez. And so prior to nineteen eighty they really didn't have an explanation year third question. Had to do with violence was that between animals or human beings animals animals animals? Well, of course animals Darwin talked about, you know, competition between animals, and and Spencer renamed it. He calls them survival of the fittest was wasn't even Darwin's term. It was Spencer's. Clearly, you can see it with human beings, though. We've we've got the whole issue of ethics in so violence human being against human beings is not right. We have laws people go to jail, and once again human beings are in a different category with animals, let's go to Walton, Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. I told Tom I guess you said that I was gonna call. We knew that. With all due respect. The doctor lions. Evolutionism most proven in all of science now. At every high grade school kid gets a microscope than they take them out in the field ship. You know to a pond, and he gets the drop upon water and puts a microscope, and, you know, your CD squiggly little things, you know, under microscopy. And now another Lucien denying may say to me, how could we have possibly volunteer. Most squiggly little things that you see in pond water, but George. This spur matters. Oh, and the old or exactly. What does protozoans that you see in pond water or they are the ancestors of those Protozoa spermatozoa and the over our our human bugs, George so to speak. Biology. I don't know if you've ever heard there's a very profound statement. It's enrich goes on touching recapitulates fly logically. I don't know if Dr aligns is ever heard of that. I'm aware of any. We talked about it in earlier, our and Ernst Mayer one of the most famous evolutionary biologists said the final hodgin is completely inferred. In other words, there's no evidence to support it whatsoever. So I you know, you bring up a number of good points. But again, you know, I'd have a different. I would say Francis. Crick who? He's the one that style on DNA, and and got the Nobel prize in Watson. And he said there's no way could ever come about by chance it's too complex, and what's happening now all the Vance research in microbiology is showing that Darwin had no idea how complex it was. He probably also had no idea what would happen with his theories. Yeah. Would happen. I mean, but I welcome. You know, your callers that, you know, still, you know, feel that evolution is in good shape. But you know, I just kind of challenge them to look at the research. And look what the scientists themselves are saying it, I think it would raise an eyebrow. What I love about this show. Jeffrey is we let people on with all kinds of us. Absolutely. That's we don't muffling Chris in Austin, Texas, first time, caller, forci, Chris. Chris you're with us. Hello. Yes, sir. Okay. Almost almost got radio. Go ahead. I'm calling about the the evolution. I don't believe in evolution. I believe in Jesus Christ. And I believe in the bible. In the book revelation is shows that he's coming back. And if at the museum was to and how did he come back? You know what I'm saying? I have proof right here. So he's he's a believer. Jeffrey, there's one of them. Well, of course, the people and society in general, they were all believers during Darwin's time science, as as you know, we talk about science. It's actually rather new it started with Francis Bacon, and it's only a few centuries old. So if you and I jumped back into time capsule, and we went back a few hundred years, especially in Europe. Christianity was was predominant. So yes, there are in fact, if you do the research in Gallup poll has done a lot of research on the internet. And I I think the caller because what Gallup poll is found is the majority of the people in the United States continued to not leave in other -lution on the college campus. They're very upset about that. And the scientists talk about that. But interestingly enough, George the research shows that the longer someone stays on the university gets a graduate degree in onto a PHD the more likely they are to not believe in God or even become an atheist. So that's interesting interesting. From the Gallup poll, we go next to Plattsburgh New York Roberts with us on coast to coast. Hey, Robert, go ahead, sir. Oh, thank you. George van Jeffrey for taking my call. Sure. Like you. We have a very outstanding research on this planet giving us public first published in October nineteen fifty five do you rancher book, which is staged worldwide and sixteen languages, and it's given to us by celestial beings to upgrade the planet to give us information about what the biological origins are the history of the planet earth. What you call your answer and many facets of of things that you're talking about. And a lot of people are investigating that. And they're saying, wow, there is really something to this university of formation that we received to be upgrading the planet to help us truly understand what has happened, obviously, you know, the Darwinism and so forth. Many of those things are based on the early discoveries and speculation that series based on their own technology. What they understood at the time. Now, we have a chance to understand what could really be out there. And it's a good source to just check out and have a chance to see what the. View is. Are you familiar with that book, Jeffrey, I've got one it's huge. No. I mean, that's the benefit of your show. You've got callers that have you know, just a wide right of information out there. And you know, again, I mean Darwin series started off as a biological theory when it morphed into its degree of origins. You know, it it touched, you know, the greatest question, which we touched on, you know, in our first hour is why are we here? And then how did we get here? And that of course is always the big question. Why our we here? And why are we here it is? It is it is. It's universal. I think mankind just today. I'm, you know, I'm coming into work coming into the studio, and you know, you see people driving cars, and you know, coming out of their houses. And I mean, the whole thing is strange, isn't it? When you think about it? What's it all about? Yeah. Well. That's why there's people who face. You know? That's that's why people are looking for explanations. You know, I'm really fascinated with your your next guest might be a bit of a teaser. But again, I talked to my next door neighbor, and she had this out of body experience. And you ask what's next for me? I might do some research with that because she's been a nurse for a very long time. And she's got all kinds of stories about what she sees in hospitals, and they they don't have natural explanations. There's a lot to out of body experiences to be sure only got a minute left Jeffrey, and I want you to do a quick summation. If Charles Darwin were alive today on this show, and I asked him specifically Charles or maybe I'd call him, Charlie..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS? Now, here's spitting urologists Danielle Knittle damp tonight with some rain and drizzle off and on across the area along with some fog. Temperatures will be holding fairly steady this evening. They will be rising later on tonight. We'll be nearing fifty degrees. My daybreak for tomorrow some morning, rain and fog, then clouds will be breaking for some sunshine and becoming windy high fifty five clear skies tomorrow night, a windy and much colder with a low of twenty five degrees. Blustery and cold Saturday despite sunshine, high thirty six and we've got some fog and light rain out there. It's forty two degrees in Somerville. Forty in Farmingdale light rains bog forty-three in central park at forty on WCBS. This is lions radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons looking at the five Browns a shocking documentary about five Mormon siblings homeschool to became concert pianist they were videotaped from their earliest years by their father. And then went on worldwide tours their mother made them practice endlessly. Then the two oldest daughters got into Juilliard and move to New York to be followed by their three siblings. What emerges about twenty minutes into this amazing movies? The girl's revelation that their father had sexually abused all three of them. They finally went to law enforcement of their father was sentenced to between ten years and life in prison, never showing much remorse. Their mother who doesn't come off as the sharpest knife in the drawer. Never picked up any signs each of these virtuosos candidates. They pour out their long hidden feelings and two of the daughters are working today with Senator Kristen gillibrand efforts to remove the statute of limitations in such cases. And they play oh, do they play for us to it's a cautious. Inari tail and a documentary not to be missed. That's science that radio. I'm Jeffrey Lyons WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty..

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And I get you know, he's a movie guy. He's he's a lib. I get it. He's a New Yorker. And but this is the crap that the ordinary Americans here every day. I'm sorry that was uncalled for and it was ridiculous. So you clearly here. Mike Gallagher, not pulling any punches. So my question for you is. And it's not for me to judge either of these men because they are nine thousand times more accomplished in the field of media than I than I am and probably ever will be both legends in their own, right? Was Jeffrey in the segment about movie reviews when Joe asked the question about Flint Michigan. Was Jeffrey a little add a line to kind of take a shot at the Trump administration's response to Puerto Rico, and to was Mike Gallagher. A little add a line to take a shot at Jeffrey Lyons who was on in the preceding segment. What do you think? Eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine and somewhat hesitant to open up the floodgates on this because both men are friends of mine, and both men are very talented broadcasters. So I don't want to kind of stoke the flames in any potential feud that being said, that's what makes talk radio to me, live and local talk radio. So interesting is that there are is that it's live and that it's unpredictable can kind of go in any direction. So what was your reaction to that?.

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Tropical Storm Lane spares Hawaii, but dumps at least 4 feet of rain in some places

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Lane spares Hawaii, but dumps at least 4 feet of rain in some places

"A sigh of relief on Hawaii's islands after hurricane lane became, tropical storm lane and never really made a direct hit but residents on the big island. Were hammered with more than Four feet of rain damaging dozens of homes are Maria the reality is there rental rain has been relentless for nearly five days dousing the. Big island with, more than fifty one inches downpours flooded out entire neighborhoods and dangerous road houses so far thirty nine people had been

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'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

Pat Farnack

02:25 min | 2 years ago

'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

"Cbs news special report the justice department has just announced indictments against twelve russian intelligence officers it says hacked into the democratic national committee and hillary clinton campaign computer networks in two thousand sixteen deputy attorney general rod rosenstein use a scheme known as spear phishing which involves sending misleading email messages and tricking the users into disclosing their passwords and security information cbs's paula reed the justice department is involved in a name and shame game day name names for these russian intelligence officers who specifically did what they were two units one work to steal information the other work to disseminate it in an effort to impact our elected president trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunted fake news but these aren't the first indictments for this over twenty people and three businesses so while people have been critical of this sound even calling it a witch hunt there has been a pretty significant yield from this investigation news special report i'm peter king wcbs new news time twelve fifty one time now for the lions dan war planning group has been set up in the building where i work which building the one with five sites oh boy the new movie shock and awe is now in theaters directed by rob reiner we're live now with our critic jeffrey lyons for a review what did you think well rob underplays the life editor of the nightmare new services and they apparently were the only ones who questioned the run up to the war in iraq and tommy lee jones is one of the co stars and rob reiner also directed and opponents of that theory that that it was a they were all duped we'll call it just a bit of propaganda but it's a pretty exciting movie and james marston senate and a meal jovovich and woody harrelson was always interesting on screen so it's a good statement about how we were all duped are a lot of people were joked about getting into the war in iraq and the other big movie this week of course a skyscraper with dwayne johnson hanging from a building trying to rescue his family he'll never get out of it pat never never last movie it's to pack the theater and then eighth grade a wonderful movie of coming of age of kids in middle school starring elise fisher who gives a who gives advice on the internet every night but can't follow it in real life and it's a tender intelligent coming of age movie not for young kids not for perhaps not even for middle schoolers but parents should see it to get a good perspective on their their twitter okay well.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In keeping track of things here right he's going to set the record straight we're gonna do it i'll tell you what let's get the record of the weather right now craig allen get a little cloudy start this morning yes we do and here's the problem it doesn't feel like summer just yet anyway becoming partly to mostly sunny seventy two seventy five mostly clear for tonight fifty four in the suburbs to about sixty two in the city and mainly sunny and warmer tomorrow with highs finally getting back up to around eighty degrees saturday becoming mostly cloudy that'll keep it at seventy five to eighty thunderstorms showers and thunderstorms possible late saturday and saturday night maybe even a damn starts sunday morning but then clearing in the afternoon highs up around seventy five developing sunshine for sunday monday mostly sunny with highs in the middle seventies right now in the city at sixty one humidity seventy two percent i'm craig alan in the wcbs weather center broadway fan probably watching the tonys on sunday we've been paying attention to it and jeffrey lyons look at some of the unique nominees this year there have been two park place on broadway for years i remember sitting through a mildly amusing british comedy called the norman conquest several plays with the same characters and different parts of the house it didn't quite work this season's tony nominee include angels in america millennium approaches running three and a half hours and perestroika another four hours and there's harry potter and the cursor child parts one and two and eugene o'neill the iceman cometh when denzel washington runs four hours but it's only one play and that's the edited version these places taken enormous chance relying on audiences staying power and that precious commodity nowadays called attention spans at the other end of the the spectrum is the riveting three tall women ninety minutes no intermission and both types have merits we'll see how it all plays out sunday night june tenth at the seventy second annual tony awards i'm jeffrey lyons wcbs newsradio eight eighty six fifty one a wcbs with.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on WTMA

"And the jeffrey sachs hack he's a lion sack jeffrey is middle name is lion jeffrey lyons sachs said sense like that so we got that going for us okay let me go to some some audio because these guys these guys irked me yesterday i was and again that's the reason what's the four hundred eighty nine thousand six hundred thirty two why the new york times cannot be trusted to tell you the truth or to report the news they lied to you all liberal arguments are based on lies well there are based on on misrepresentations fabrications and lies all liberal arguments and that means every time a typist from the steno pool sits down at a keyboard for the new york times he's going to corrupt what he presents to their readers and they give out awards for this stuff lucite blocks and things aren't they amazing and they all they're a centipede so admiral friend of mine used to say the press isn't a pack they talk about pack journalism the is a centipede with the new york times as its head and the rest of the little legs following along in lockstep they should be wearing black knee boots and they should have one little hat on the new york times because there are little fascists and and honestly all you have to do is look it up and you see that you're being lied to again by these lying liars komi on fox brennan on npr i think nobel peace prize for trump but but but i'm mark my words if the nobel peace prize goes anywhere with this korean peninsula thing because pieces breaking out all over and it's all because of donald trump all one hundred percent being driven by donald trump and the sheer force of his personality and of course the things that he's done but they'll give obama the price mark my words they will give kim the prize if they give the prize to anyone they might split it between moon and kim moon is the president of south kim as the.

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"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey lyons" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And more so than that he was also a great broadcast i don't remember rusty much as a player i do remember vividly as a broadcaster great job his broadcast with gran healing on the sports channel were tremendous and but more than that what made him worthy of being recognized is how incredible was as a philanthropist and as a person the money that he's raised for the families of fallen police officers and firefighters second to none and if you heard rushed burn burn jeffrey lyons describe what it was like knowing him on a personal level he seemed like the kind of guy that was nice to everybody and i'm sad that he had all these health issues the last few years but he's going to be missed seemed like a great guy certainly a great ball player and i'm proud to give him a posthumous commendation i also want to give a commendation to my friend al durell he's been on this show before you know how from manhattan a frequent caller to the piscopo show usually starts his calls with a joke of some sort and durrell was a a two star chief in the new york city department of sanitation before he retired and i have just received word from the last day or two that al durell has been summoned much like lebron james to go back to miami where he will be taking over as the new deputy superintendent of the miami department of sanitation i wish him the best of luck miami's lucky to have him boy to have him in that schools chancellor that we wanted there just racking up all the good new york city officials and i'm looking forward to visiting i've never been to miami but i've told it's great i've always wanted to go and now i finally have the perfect excuse to get down there i wanna give a very sincere commendation to everyone that celebrating easter and pesach today and this week and whether you are devouring filter fish around a passover seder or eating some lamb around an easter table sunday easter sunday table i hope you are getting to think about god i hope you are getting to think about your own spiritual exploration and i hope irrespective of your personal religious preferences that you are getting to spend some time today with family and friends.

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