17 Burst results for "Joe Jordan"

"joe jordan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Million years but well you knock me out Charlie was standing by the cut when I came to looking worried he started to apologize but I gave a quick brush right I stick around he was scared of me that's why he didn't report with the front office he acted as we would do me a big thing but not snitching what was because he was scared of me he thought I forget who Joe Jordan never forgets remember that and Joe Jordan always gets even I play my cards right I didn't know I was still sore that was smart wasn't it while working as if nothing happened even though the rest of the guys because he was a boy we're trying to get in touch with them they kept after me every day until I thought my head would explode always always from the name tools all the time Hey Joe and again I eleven to get on a lucky punch from Charlie put on your savings on my machine y'all I used to get splitting headaches and the pounding on my break when you were to get the small size like that wouldn't you wasn't so bad going to pay them the machine drown out the noise in my head but at night at night that pounding was stocked steady like my machine I know a lot of times I couldn't sleep not me not me I'm too tough and I got plans to Joe joined a big guy some day with my brains no foreman of some small time off it we had made a big shop in town with a classy car big house with servants and a beautiful white.

"joe jordan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Listen whose Pippin there? Yeah. Well, that's okay. He's still, you know, still still going to be paid pretty good. Even if Joe Jordan. All right. Listen, Ben and Hannah, thanks very much for your time. Ben, thanks for coming on for your debut appearance. It will not be the last and and thanks again all seriousness for joining me today in the sports media, podcast Appreciate shipping. it. Catan is in anchor and executive producer at the athletes. He's also the author of the number one New York Times bestseller. Tiger Woods has a long history in sports investigative work school him, and you will see that. And he joins me on these sports media podcast arm in the reason, I'm bringing on we are now colleagues is today as we're taping. This Wednesday may eighth is a really really big day for you. And it's the debut of the first three pieces of your of your video team at the athletes the athletes committed money to a video initiative. No ads. I would sort of call short-form really high quality journalism video and today is launch day. So let's start here. What can what can readers expect from this video initiative while I think you can expect Richard of different things. It'll be an eclectic array of stories profiles features issue, pieces enterprise investigative human interest. You know, some big names like we launched as you said today with the co file of a little bit of an issue with PK sue ban called PK ink, and then really interesting profile of Christian yelich, the reigning National League most valuable player which has access, and I think that sort of sixty minutes style QNA conversation that that I really liked to do. I think what you're gonna see two is variety of links to pieces like today's or. Mm arranged between seven and ten minutes on the shorts. And then the three part sports. Investigative sports gambling piece is in you know, three chapters which total about twenty six minutes. So that's kind of style right now. We'll we'll drop one piece a week the it'll be shorter along. But during the course of a month, you'll get three what we're calling these shorts and one of the longer pieces the serialize chapter is storytelling. So we're very excited about it myself. No, big Frank. Who's one of the executive producers who came with me from our days CBS sports in Alan Goldberg, who is the other EP and we worked together at at sixty minutes and sixty minutes sports, and he's got along very distinguished journalism career. So I think between the three of us we have a hundred years of network television experience, which is a little frightening. You're actually say it. The you mentioned the first three pieces are Christian yelich PK sue ban. And then you're you did a three part series on sports betting. How did you decide on those three subjects always sort of wanna start with compelling content?.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"A fun fact even over the past three years Howard is second in templates yard runs with Seventy-nine behind only Ezekiel Elliott with ninety five in pro football focuses allusive nece rating. Here's the bad news source to come in. He was fourteenth into thousand sixteen forty eighth in two thousand seventeen fifty ninth in two thousand eighteen his breakway percentage which measures how much of his production comes on runs of over fifteen yards or more takes a similar dip. This is kind of what I was talking about on Twitter last night in terms of Howard. I really pounded the table for him coming out of Indiana a loved his rookie season. I thought he was solid in sophomore campaign. And then last year he struggled and impart. He struggled because the offensive line, which is important context in two thousand eighteen for the bears ranked in the late twenties and just about every. Run blocking category per football outsiders, but he also struggled because he isn't really like a creator. He's more of a reliable decision maker gets to his landmark makes the correct read gets vertical doesn't really dance around in the backfield liked that aspect, but after that it really all depends on how well the defense executes on the run fits, and they're fills the going back to the positive side of the coin has protection a big bugaboo for the eagles backs last year. Howard had eighty three pass blocking snaps only two pressures allowed. That's the least for any back with over thirty pass blocking sap. So he was extremely capable in that area. Which is a good thing for us. Ben overall, when I saw the trade, I thought the value is right in terms of draft capital. The bears were obviously very willing to move on from him and look at different options and increased recons roll. The eagles are a good fit scheme wise to say I'm excited is a stretch. Yeah. I've followed Howard very closely over the years and know what he's capable of. But there are clear. Limitations on. Film that keep me from throwing parade. But overall, this is a solid issue to the backfield. Ben, how did you feel about the trade? Yes. So obviously, I had my impression of Howard eagles traded for him gone through a healthy portion of tape. I wanna get one or two more games in both seeing enough to know that he's just just Joe Jordan Howard. He's just Jordan Howard. And there's not much on his film. That's exciting. And that's not always bad. You know what I mean? Like Jordan Howard regularly goes where he supposed to go so already when those small would goodbye forever, right like, and that's that's the nature of the eagles running back room last year. Big, you know, Jordan Howard going where he's supposed to go means. He has already equal on the level of court commend Darren sproles as runners before like we've gotten to line of scrimmage in terms of what you've got off from Josh out what you got from window Smallwood. So there's that Jordan Howard lacks allusive traits. He's not a high tackle breaker, despite the fact that he's big powerful. He's much more likely to run through guy and get four yards instead of three three instead of. Two than he is to power over a guy keep his feet and keep going. And that's the thing is that Howard is a, you know, a six one two hundred twenty five back who runs a little bit upright. And so his contact balance. Isn't you know, what they always to twenty pounds? He can be taken down by safeties and corners decently regularly. He breaks tackles from corners. Absolutely. But safe these taken down with pretty notable regularity. Howard is not have a high degree contact balance. So he finishes Ron's. He can put his nose down and drive a pile. When like, you know, a defensive tackle trying to make that half arm tackle on him like your half engaged with the lion half. Tackling. How're can take him a ride for two or three yards? And that's good. That's objectively good. But that's the best. You're gonna see in terms of Howard getting more than what's blocked for him. I was ripping through Howard's ten plus yard runs from this year..

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSRO

"For my friend and then I heard about Joe Jordan, out of Florida who's a former guy who was chronically testimonies of UFO Duckie's where they would shout out the name of Jesus and the UFO abduction. Would stop instantly and so when I first started looking into, Joe Jordan's work there was like. A hundred people I think there's well over two hundred now and the numbers rising and Wow I mean for a rational western minded. Journalists to run into this kind of information what do I, do with that do I just. Discard it because it doesn't fit into a rational kind of a view It doesn't fit but it's, bizarre and I think you need? To just recognize that there's? A possibility there you have to stay open to it right The the the counter view of. This phenomena from Ufology is that it's a lower astral entity or their certain ET's or. Aliens that are of. A lower vibration still higher than us but they, block us from getting, to the higher, realms because they're in this, astral realm, that's right above us and because they're in this, little position of power. Let's say above, us even though. Internationally there's no above or below let's say but they use that position. To to influence us whatever their agenda is Honestly I, don't really see, a difference between that and the demon? Once you look into what a demon is and and I'm not saying? Actually no but demons one of. Those kind of things like a UFO you can. Describe it in? Any, number of ways and I think the only, really way you can describe it as just say. All the, above right so and so kind of like with a UFO it may be a waste of time although fascinating try to figure out exactly what it is but more importantly. You gotta realize why is it there why did you draw to you and how do. You deal with it I think that's more important breath the Billy Meier, case is one of, your favorites how, come man well I happen, to inherit, the books of Victoria Jack the former organizer and, producer of the barrier Yeah yeah how. By the way I heard about her in a. Long time she? Had, a liver issue is shell k. or did, she pass on Bill alive and kicking okay good -cremento I'm hopefully going to. Be talking. To her very soon I tell her high for us absolutely will, well she she got caught, up in the mortgage crisis. Back in two thousand nine and lost her house oh gosh, and I think she was using her house to kind. Of finance some of these events she that was definitely the headquarters I don't know exactly all the financial stuff that went on. But it was definitely a fun place to hang out I'd shoot I get to hang out there with Ruben area RTA or Jordan. Maxwell or, roads or any number of other guys Ben Stoker who writes for Atlantis rising all these characters are coming around and it was just a. Really cool place to hang out but I I wound up. Inheriting Vicki's books, which was like ten Wendell Stevens books and all of his. Work, and. Notes with the Billy Meier case so I will do all those things got the whole story and I mean literally this supposedly beautiful blonde lady steps out of. A, craft Sits Billy Meyer down under a. Tree and tells them the story of the cosmos and so there's many, facets that are fascinating to me and but in particular in. To make, a long story short there seems to be to me to be this team excuse me and a crossover with the history of the cosmos. That was being dispensed by some USA and what it would. Say let's say, in the book of knock so let's say in the book Anoc we're supposedly it's chronicles the the story of the fallen. Angels there's a leader and the leader had two hundred followers right two hundred other lower angels that went with them, well there's a parallel without in the Billy Meyer stuff in the sim Yossi stuff then you start to look into the name of some Yossi okay in the keys of JJ and, Desertec they talk about a symbiotic but. It's spelled a little bit differently Then. You go back to the book of Iraq itself and they're. Talking. About a some yada as the leader of the fallen angels of, the of the party of two hundred And so you start to get this idea that why is this alien named after a fallen angel And that really. Was a big red flag for me so I have a lecture about this and we get it I get into. Whole bunch more detail and there's other, little, clues as to who or what sim Yossi might be but. When I talked to. Stewart sword low the survivor of the Montauk project and mental est. UFO contact he really sweet man he's. He's donated a lot of his time with me with interviews. What I asked him about some Yossi he basically said that the original semi I'll say died in that's what it says in the Billy Meier case that that that the. Notes that she hit her head and had, to go to. A whole 'nother universe to get fixed so I'm not? Sure about an. Advanced race supposedly advances aplliance what would, they? Need to go to another universe to I don't know I just found that kind. Of strange right and his videos for his films are remarkable any shot them at a time that You know you didn't have all this gimmick career on well there's always a, deep bunkers and there may be some curious events that. Happened with Billie Myers or any any of the other like. Main cases like a Danske or van Tassell or anything that would work to undermine it on certain levels but then. On other levels I think it refutable, early, some of those pictures are genuine and and so you know. It's just like anything. On earth George when it starts to get good at us when. It starts to reach a certain number. Of people the dark forces feel obligated to come in and. Put a stop to it or to or serpent and twist it so that's not the the pure message or or method let's say that it was intended to be read. Stay with us we're gonna take a quick, break then we're. Gonna come back and chat more about UFO's and next? Hour of course. We'll take phone calls right here on, coast? To coast AM joined the coast to coast..

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"joe jordan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"First started looking into Joe, Jordan's work there was like a hundred people I, think there's well over, two hundred now and the numbers rising and Wow I mean for a rational western minded. Journalists to run into this kind of information what do I, do with that do I just. Discard it because it doesn't fit into a rational kind of a view It's it doesn't fit but it's, bizarre and I think you need? To just recognize that there's? A possibility there you have to stay open to it right The the the counter view. Of this phenomena from Ufology is that it's a lower astral entity or are certain ET's. Or aliens that are. Of a lower vibration still higher than us but, they block us from, getting to the, higher realms because they're in, this astral, realm that's right above us and because they're in, this little position of, power, let's say above, us even though. Internationally there's no above or below let's say but they use that position. To to influence us whatever their agenda is Honestly I, don't really see, a difference between that and the demon? Once you look into what a demon is and and I'm not saying? Actually no but demons one of those kind of things like a UFO you can. Describe it in? Any, number of ways and I think the only, really way you can describe it it's just say. All the? Above. Right so and so, kind, of like with a UFO it may be a. Waste of time although fascinating trying to figure out exactly what it is but more importantly you. Gotta, realize. Why is it there why did you draw. To you and how do you deal with it I think that's more important breath to Billy Meier case is one of your favorites how come man well I happen to. Inherit the books of Victoria Jack the former organizer and producer of the barrier you here. Yeah how by the. Way I I haven't heard about her in a, long time she had, a liver issue, is shell k. or did, she pass, on still alive and kicking okay good I'm hopefully, going to be talking To her very soon tell her high for I absolutely will, well, she she, got caught up in the mortgage crisis back in two thousand nine and lost her house oh gosh. And I think she was using her house to kind of, finance some of, these events she, that? Was, definitely the headquarters I don't know exactly all the financial stuff that went on but, it was definitely a fun place to hang out I'd, shoot I get, to hang out there with Ruben airy? RTA or Jordan Maxwell or roads or any number of other guys been? Stoker who writes for Atlantis rising all these characters are coming around and it was. Just a really? Cool, place to hang out but I I wound, up inheriting Vicki's books which was like ten Wendell. Stevens books? And. All of his work, and, notes with Billy Meier case so I would do. All those things got the whole story and I mean literally this supposedly beautiful blonde lady steps. Out, of. A craft sits Billy Meyer down Under a tree and tells them the, story of the cosmos And so there's many facets that are fascinating to me, and but in particular into to make a long story short there seems to be to me to be this theme Excuse me and a crossover with, the history of the cosmos that was being dispensed by some, USA and what it would say let's say in the, book of knock so let's say in the book of We're supposedly it's chronicles the the story of the fallen angels there's. A leader and the leader had two hundred followers right, do, you, want to other lower angels that went with them, well there's a parallel without, in the Billy Meyer stuff in the. In the semi stuff then you start to look into the name of Semion say okay in the keys of JJ and desert, her tack they talk about a symbiotic. But it's spelled a little bit differently Then you go back to the book, of, Iraq, itself and they're talking about a some Jaza as, the leader of the fallen, angels of the party of two hundred And so you start to get this idea that why is this alien named after a fallen angel And that really was a big red flag for me and so I have a lecture about this and we get into a. Whole bunch more detail and there's other, little, clues as to who or what sim Yossi might, be but when I talked to. Stuart sword low the survivor of the Montauk project and mental list you contact the really sweet man, he's he's, donated a lot of his time with me with interviews. When I asked him about semi I'll say he basically said that the original Cmiof say died in that's what it says in the Billy Meier case that that that the. Notes that she hit her head and had, to go to a whole 'nother. Universe to get fixed so I'm not sure about an advanced race supposedly advanced advances a plea idiots What would they need to go to another universe to I don't know I. Just found that kind of strange right and his. Videos for his films are remarkable any shot them, at a time. That you know you didn't have all this gimmick tree around well there's always a deep. Bunkers and there may be some curious events that happened with Billie Myers or any any of the other like main cases like Danske or fantastic or anything that would work. To undermine it on certain levels but, then, on other levels I think irrefutably some of those, pictures are genuine and and so. You know it's just like anything on earth George when it starts to get good at us when, it starts, to reach a certain number of people the dark forces. Feel obligated to come in and put a stop to it or to or serpent and twist it so that's not the pure message or or method let's say that it. Was intended to be read stay with us, we're gonna take, a quick break And we're gonna come back and chat more about your foes and next hour of course, we'll take phone calls right here.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on Newsmakers

"Choice for asians ruined free agency does come play shortstop knows where's heart is and i think tiff team say hey we want you at third he's he's really going to have to think long and hard about that or they're going to have to come with even more money than the teams that want him at shortstop so i think that's really what he's looking at he wants to win any wants to play shortstop those to me seem like the two biggest factors obviously any contract that i'll always comes you know that always becomes priority number one always comes to a head but all things considered here i think that's really what he wants the general wisdom in baseball had been probably know wisdom that's probably a poor word for it had been that he wanted to be yankee do you think there's an area of the country that he would prefer that's a good i mean certainly fit in well in new york i know he enjoys new york again enjoys that stage but the dodgers are interesting to me say he goes to away and you know they win it all had this huge run you know that's still a big city a big market i think that's something where he could be swayed and then of course the phillies not nearly the stage those other two teams right but there front office that he feels comfortable with guys that know him that clinton andy macphail joe jordan agrees for sta exactly so you know and he was really touched by the reception he got phillies mentioned a few times so i really don't know if there's one specific fit for him but i do know that he really wants to win he got a little taste of it when he came up and i think guys the up into that pennant race like bucks talked about a lot with jeeter they come up into a winning organization they think that's just the way it is kind of becomes ingrained in them versus coming up in a terrible team and kind of having guys talked to them about arbitrating and just playing for you many came up in that fourteen when they ran away with the american league east he wants to win and he felt that this was going to be the start of a long winning stretch for the orioles and just never came to fruition when the steel has done it's just the beginning right there's there's a lot of potential trade ships there for the orioles between now and the end of july there is i actually was kidding around britain earlier today said you know once anything goes away you're stepping up behind those curtains and alzaq britain and then all adam jones and brad brock and can keep going down that line but certainly this is a huge huge trade deadline for the oil you know will you be bad for ten years or five years that really comes into play here when you look at prospect so there's a lot of pressure on a front office that by all accounts may not be here at the end of the year so it's very much organization in transition and this trade deadline that'd be fascinating to see kind of what they end up doing in a few months who ends up kind of being in charge leading this next group forward the orioles what happened here you know i didn't exactly pencil the oriels into the postseason for this year they're obviously making an effort of the science and pitching in spring training but i mean there are teams that we're trying to be bad this year that aren't as bad as the orioles issue what what went wrong for this i think it goes all the way back to two thousand fourteen that winter dan duquette was rumored to want to go to toronto nick marquette's nelson cruz to their bigger free agent skies that they kind of wanted to sign they dropped the ball inside either of those guys as we know they're both here you know they're both at the all star game so clearly they missed out they make any moves that winter and i think they just kept thinking that this current group is core was enough we'll it wasn't enough and signing chris davis to that monster deal kind of makeup for missing out on those two guys obviously a huge mistake it's something that's going to saddle them for years and years to come and really goes back again to that winter not doing anything not plugging those holes has kind of come back haunted them and they did add some pitching they did their best to try.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Exactly forty years difference i've seen a lot of mormons try to borrow from those two in fact we're we were over lunch we're talking about one way or another you've watched david's probably work on film or television now some actors they don't like to watch themselves on film i suppose you're not one of them because you have to watch yourself on my criticize myself a lot there are things that i just cringe at i can't mention them specifically because i've forgotten a western for disney the screening was hosted at the studio by walt disney and he had promises oil and our friends and families a chilly spread afterwards and so the picture cave on i haven't seen it i was really embarrassed by my performance my agent was with me and i said i'm leaving and she said you can't walt disney sitting about four rows back you comes in so he this is his studio you walk out and i think that's really good and david says well i suppose to be doing shakespearean dialogue that could have gotten richard burton and i said but no your character isn't a great shakespearean actor he sort of a drunken oaf who wouldn't do it well so he's right we can't see it the same way but at the same time it's point of pride because you always you always want to give the best performance you should do you know given the given the confines of time and space and medium television particularly you know you you have to work fast green clean it watch out solutions to close up problems with joe jordan rachel and good sundays at two pm on kfc greentech save us slanted watch far out solutions to close up problems with joe jordan in rachel.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Was kind of that point jordan had great teams of course he was a leader and i'm not trying to not jordan jordan's i'm not trying to say that i'm not saying that lebron's bedded enjoyed i've never made that statement in my life that lebron is better than michael i've never made that they completely different players they do completely different things you know joe jordan was not the complete lebron is lebron is not the scorer that michael was lebron's a great scorer he scores a tremendous amount of points the only one was scored more points in the postseason is lebron and michael that's it dylan was that more forty point games is michael but he is not the late game shooter he's never had michael's ability to score in the late game he's not the greatest marksman he has bad games on the foul on like he did last night he has games where he's inconsistent scoring he's avenue fifty five percent from the floor in the playoffs i could show you years where michael didn't come close to fifty percent the playoffs and the finals and shooting that didn't matter games against the knicks way they he would load up i mean and take a million shots where everybody in the game was shooting in the thirties different league though that but he played with grant any played with obviously you always had pippen had grant they had rodman they had really good players on that team harper and obviously you know having guys like caught right and go down the line they had really good players and coach and all these they don't they were they were great teams the one knock i have lebron is i thought he should have won three championships not to what miami that's my knock on him that's the only thing in the final she should have done that he didn't do and he was in a funk those first two years out of miami he should have he should've won another championship in miami that.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Sure i'm making it more than it was but it definitely wasn't like hey i happen to recognize you good show that's what you're doing it wasn't that was it was bigger than that i remember i was stocking restaurants at laguardia because you know show business and mark henry was there is like a pro wrestler four hundred strongest man yeah like imagine if steve harvey's persona thirty one of his suits so this guy goes it was like six in the morning you get tell like mark henry so tired he's who man you gotta beat the undertaker on sunday and mark henry goes i'll try for you and then i remember i watched the paper of you and he lost and i just magin that fan he was like put you promise me you promised promise me march the hilarious thing about that is that he had already gotten the script of what was going to happen like i'll try my best i'm letting this guy lose cheer phone via lose you're gonna die from cancer i also as the some ago oh have blueberry muffin every time after they presented him as like this bad ass just imagine him eating a blueberry muffin beforehand before the show i would also describe him as a blueberry mojo i had the i mean i wanted the war when i waited when i loomed while the drummer from slipknot met max weinberg's kid i waited from the have a full converse wiberg son joe jordan sono they switched him out.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"With with with follow up telescopes to learn what the pundits were like to learn about their atmospheres that's really the next step we're taking now and i got a science question for you said a little while ago we can measure the mass of planets around other stars now from what physics i know which is a fair amount let me guess you have to know while you have to know how fast that planet is moving around the star in how close it is and you got to know the mass of the star that's attracting it can you do it with anything less than that information or maybe some different information no that's what you did so yeah you're looking so the one of the things that's great about stars that we understand them so well so just by looking at a star taking a spectrum of it we can determine a stars mass within about ten percents and then we then to see some sort of periodic transit or that wobble technique the doppler shift technique that's by looking at that and looking at the wobble the star makes that's how we get the planet's mass he just joined us this planet watch i'm rachel and goodman with joe jordan and we're talking to jonathan forte who is a specialist in exoplanets and by the way they used to be called for a while extra solar planets was in vogue for a few years i didn't particularly like that because it sounds like oh it's extra planets out there in our solar system but now it's back to exo planets which i like and by the way email us at radioplanetwatch at g mail dot com so my and tommy are eagle eyeing or hawkeye in their computer scanning this skies of their standing outer space for income and you're looking for listeners let us know don't let us know let us know if you wanna live on an exit planet or i guess you could call this show exo planet watch so when watch radio today for yes we are watching the skies for planets that we might not have seen or didn't know you know i don't know if you've ever had this experience when you're a kid i looking through a telescope but when i first saw the rings of saturn through an actual telescope suddenly all of that stuff that looks like dots poking through a giant shoebox at a light on top looked real.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"2017 is still looking clear from santa cruz san jose miami pulp lanes are at a limit 101 lasalle family is clear from san jose down the salinas in on the northbound lanes there is traffic looks like it's turkey coming from the 156 entrance nikko's all the way up through sargent and coming into gilroy that is due to a crash again in the fourth round lane it clears up after that into the limit the rest of the way into san jose one is theory monorail through two watson bill coming from watson builder's fate cobo slowdown from so kilter to wipe out the southbound roman is clear from santa cruz into water bill his 66 degrees all right now we expecting it to get rain for monday all the way through saturday and now it is time were planning watch clennett y speaks solutions to earth size problems i am rachel anchored men's i'm joe jordan today on the program in honor of international women's day a visit with one of the first chairs of a major oceanographic research institute mary silver whose pioneering work on marine plankton will explain everything from red tides two alfred hitchcock's movie the birds will visit with mary in just a moment and we're going to be going with her off into the wild blue yonder readers that air force song for the skies brave there's other wild boom yonder out in the oceans which make up threequarters of the surface of the plant so anyway uh we have a podcasts to which you can subscribe bug to are fairly new website planet watch radio.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on WTVN

"Joe jordan jack devoss it's over the line on news radio 610 wtvn on this on this sunday night not are not are not doing are typical word typical show were taken some time obviously to uh to remember our our phone friend john corby who on who we got word had passed away yesterday morning at the age of sixty one um jack you were in here all afternoon with on with west side jeff you guys word you guys did a great job oh thank you was such a food you know uh he would've me corby very broad time's just it was just just great radio not phenomenal listened to you guys and and to hear jeff talk into uh talking to some uh some other familiar voices from uh from wtvn days gone by uh great friends of john corby so we're going to revisit zone some of that uh tonight so i unwind we'll start off with this one ugh a guy that i think a lot of people remember i certainly do a little bit of our website jeff with uh former wtvn sports director george liner hello to 33 westside jeff back usually this this time of the day were talking your top news stories going on nationally locally today's top story obviously is the death of a coworker john corby john was on this radio station for many years and i mentioned a moment ago that what really attracted me to talk radio was back in the nineties john did a show and he teamed up with the sports directors and george lehner they did a show called team talk and it was just two guys talk and sports and sometimes talk and everything bought sports but it was just a humorous way to end the day i reached out to jorge lehner george thanks for taking the time to join me i dunno if i've ever told you that story george but came a wtvn i was sullen for q fm ninety six i became a wtvn fanned by listening to you guys i was a secret fan all.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Twenty three to eighteen highway nine one twenty nine yd 285 all looking good out there north south east and west across the central coast cloudy tonight looks like a 50 percent chance of rain for tonight ninety percent chance of rain tomorrow with high winds in the afternoon up to twenty miles an hour that rain likely to continue through tuesday evening sunny again on wednesday mid 60s till ban 206 time for the planet what radio show host rachel and goodman and joe jordan right young case kco to planet while speak solutions to earth size problems i'm rachel and goodman and on jordan today on the program a conversation with dr robert cop a rutgers university climate scientists ten policy scholar whose the lead author of the most recent governmental report on global warming will have that interview plus a report on selective logging in california as well as a report on wave energy will be looking at all that plus more coming up in the show and if you wanna support plan watch revenue adriaan page expelled p h e r e v o n patriarch is there web platform that let you do small or large donations each month and you'll have said look once and you can discontinued at any time is should you wish to do so you can find that patron page patron on dot com forward slash planet underscore watch.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The nfl with uh you know people want approach asked about what they believe in maybe they should create like it organization will each to create an organisation with with the players lady they get up like a like a a a or some you know what i'm saying oh yeah they can do that blood it's nice to say hey wor club but you need to have action as well so i'm asking about the action part of it right what could they take to get their message out there that's the question i'm asking the and i think girardi if the yankees lose tomorrow and you really should come down to one game winnie he had that god awful game in game number two and it looked like the yankees could have been swept because tanaka the unhealthy game three and you don't know which tanaka you're getting tanaka as the little girl with the curl when he's goodies great when he's baddies all hide the women and children's dangerous he was the eight slide to nakatant game number three and then you get severino with the big bounceback performance in game number four so you go from down oh to to to to tied let's go to game five but there was a chance at the yankees could have gotten swept if you've got the bed tanaka if that were the case i think he would have hurt his negotiating stance with the yankees i still think they would have talked i still think they would have made him an offer i think he probably would have cost himself years if gerardy thinks he deserves a fouryear deal then he was probably gonna get cut back to something like two with a thirdyear option malta polish option he's got an option they've got an option he's there's no way joe jordan he's going to manage anybody for a year he's gonna get a minimum of two probably three and.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The criminal police are to be taking these people for for not recalling with elite amen our cars gets going the police allowed people call i gotta tell you you know me i go out there for howard's every week and i'm driving around with the hot sheet from the department of public safety yana clipboard right next to me i have an apple my phone where i can run license plates and i do this consistently now the you know when i find a car i call epd you know just like florida most guys do i there's really no different there i don't try to get into a confrontation with people i tried to do what i'm supposed to do see something say something and you know again you know hey think's gonna god bad for me a couple of weeks ago thank goodness they didn't but i don't know i really think this is apdc and the prosecutor's office truly the prosecutors one who decided to go forward with the case i think the prosecutor's office for the municipality of anchorage i think they're trying to make it make a point here well they are and what it's going to be more a matter of time when you put people in the corner all police officer at liability audit stolen at that of their pocket it can't make a work they don't get either bill more than industry a piece of equipment valued at a couple of pick lightly can build a winter joe jordan occurring one of the people we're trying to help up joe with overwhelming ninety one they're gonna end up not getting called ever again at instantly the crime gotta go down but if i.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on Fore Play

"Anyways trump's there is always gonna make it interesting it is it is important to note too that trump is way pre president trump cheese a huge part of the golf world he jeff now that's true he owns hugely important courses that have um that you know turnberry ism one of the open road or courses torao all was the pga tour course forever um they just hosted the women's us open at bedminster so i mean trump is mr golf what are these guys him no end and all that well before any of this so i think you kind of i i can't stay on people overly like politicized this it's the fuck president you respect it they did um and i'm glad there was no weird kind of you know controversial they didn't get into a situation like the nfl got into no matter what side of that you're on it's just not good i would have been down for that but it's not good but i would have been down for some controversy i love it i announced i didn't i didn't i don't i i i'm glad it went down as well as it did it went by find anybody who did have big objections to or whatever clearly like kind of didn't speak up and didn't seining crazy which i think is good just let it moved past he flew way it was fine the heads of burgess hillary goes on is out of your now let's have that uh we are to talk about the press conference i do wanna say joe jordan speed has i n o and five record in singles house that possible in presidents and ryder cups i don't know.

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"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"I think as our it from me it's it is a big part of my passion for this work and rain protected area to you and i something very different than it is to somebody who's relying on that wreath to you and i as a way to protect it so that we can maybe have more fish she knows a great idea navies more pretty i dunno like that for them as of course there he fridge reiter once again so to close an area to fishing at for a long period of time or permanently or to declare which areas should be closed can create real problems for communities that rely on it so we never got involved with that we we suggested to them that they used to use those closures and they knew it and that some time that can actually work and so they just they are the ones that decided to try it again and it worked really well so but they have their own way of calling an mpa so they're marineprotected areas always open for community fishing some big party they left a party so an event or a wedding a funeral i'm a high school graduation they open up their protected areas to fish for this celebrations so it's not the same way we might call them rain protected area although there extremely effective seen so you know m at having asking people to develop those kinds of management practices around the way we would do it i think is far less effective than than giving them the reins to do it the way that works for them you're listening the planet want time rachel and good men with joe jordan and nicole crane is our guest she's an expert in marine fisheries and especially in coral reefs and tummy i think we have the question how we got a couple of questions from a window marin for keeping governor hurt the first one is please explain a reef owner okay of good yeah that's a great so uh this is another reason why we we.

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