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"joe white" Discussed on KNSS
"In the Joe Biden Bernie Sanders does it represent fifty seven percent less freedom then Joe white and nearly as much with Bloomberg in and culture and so there is a difference there they eat all them much less freedom than what we have right now they do want to shift your money and our personal freedom from where it is today anywhere from forty to ninety seven percent over to the government but within that difference that is fast that's where your scenes of these views the spells they do sound almost conservative by comparison because yes when you have somebody like a Bernie Sanders who lives his life more like Michael Bloomberg and for that matter Downton drunk then not I eat what what you want to only get when he's espousing overt socialism almost a complete turnover of our society to the federal government you're going to have anything sounds conservative so to speak that isn't that it's all part of hell the progressive agenda has incrementally worked over the course of time again this is decades in the making you go back to what Woodrow Wilson but they all this government assistance programs how many of them that we have before FDR the answer zero we went all the way to nineteen thirteen without having a permanent federal income tax why we became the world's leading super power with this sensually for.
DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso
"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big
"joe white" Discussed on Around the Horn
"But you look at what what yada at both ends of the floor where he leads the league in defensive wind shares which I can't possibly explain to you in the time. I have a lot. One of and he's doing all kinds of things as a twenty five ten guy. He's got we've got time to you want. You want to get into the wind share, please Mickley. Yes. Yes. Please. Yeah. Yeah. Give back to the the issue at hand, though. Would it be who've the bucks to kind of rain on is in a little bit tonight or looking at the VP showdown, and you wanna see it? Well, unless there's an I in all of a sudden they've got to be more concerned about the future. This is about trying to win the NBA title. They've got a shot and they've gone through a few injuries here late which have gotta make three nervous loss brogden Los merge took the lost Saul. And now you've got a hobble Jaanus you want a fully healthy Jaanus going into the playoffs. Now, you know. And the other thing is the MVP race is not about one guy versus another about what they do over the course of the entire season. This is a nineteen seventy-two in Joe Joe white and Bob Lanier met in the one on one championship for the come on. This is Bob knows about that as Bob we've. Earlier you were talking about this earlier. And I just can't even imagine. Bob Lanier is heavy footed a little bit for a one on one game. Joe Joe white as well Cal show you the last word. Mike reared one one of those one on one contests in the seventies. That have all right, Bob. I o to you to go back to you for definitive answer on this may be on wrong. I just know linear has twenty two or is he wasn't moving around. So Fleetwood ostlund near was was a very light on. I always had a carry a picture of him as a ballerina elephant. I took him into taking a hook share you go. So. I stayed correct happily. He's Tony, but it was a Hooker. It can move on his feet. Anyone wanna throw out numbers here for tonight's game before we get to sideways? What would you expect it from expect from you on this and the result children? I think wins when he goes thirty and fifty Hartnell put up thirty forty points. But I was him the game and hard no score. Forty two points. Jaanus team will win the game by Blackstone. Also Janas will go thirty and fifteen and carries team. Ryan. Did oh on Calica but not everybody else. Okay. Well, it sounded like everybody was pretty. Something from last night. I need to get your take on jazz intentionally fouling a race folding to stop Devon Booker from getting the ball and getting sixty on them in the last seconds, fair or foul to intentionally foul. Eighteen eight through stop a player from a milestone, Tim. Absolutely fair for the for the jazz to say Spalding. Go get your foot on the free throw line. It's ridiculous. The Devon Booker is even in the game. Why is he out there? His team is losing by thirty three points. What does it mean to him? Devon bunkers, really good player. Obviously, he scored seventy one. What is a sixty point game gonna mean to him in a blowout. I don't understand what the sun's. Nobody else on the sons had double figures have lent jimmer for debt take a couple more. How he was one for listed a cash fire tape from Cal shop, you think the jazz. We're in there right here. Too fell somebody else so book, it wouldn't get the Blackstone how about you shouldn't be on the floor that was complete bovine excrement. Come on guys on. If you couldn't stop him from scoring fifty plus to that point, then you know, what why are you taking a cheap route to stop them from getting sixty and tying a record that chambers. Had on the team Bob Ryan one stop in the old days..
Baseball coach and wife fatally electrocuted at school's field
"Sunday thirty people liberty county, Florida, right? Thirty frigging people are on the baseball field. And they're putting up a new scoreboard hurricane Michael took the last one down. So this is what's going to be a wonderful event. People are celebrating. They had ordered a new scoreboard. It comes in. Now. You might call an electrician I might call tradition. This baseball team. Clearly didn't think that they either need an electrician or did not have the funds tiring electricity. So they get a new scoreboard coach some players some parents. They're out there working on it. This dude who coached the team a high school coach gets on a lift, you know, an electrical lift. And he gets into the electrical lied and it hits him. Oh, he he bumped into a power line, right? And so he's he's got the current running through his body. He's electrocuting himself. His wife. Shane Crump who's a health aid for the liberty county school district who certainly should have known that if someone has been electrocuted. The last thing in the world, you wanna do is try to grab him. So is he up on the lift at this point? And then brought back down says he's on some kind of lift any got into an electrical line. So I can only assume that she climbed up the left or or even touched the left at that point. Right and tried to help him the minute. She touched him. She was killed. Jeez. Along with him their son chase Crom who was on the team tried to come to his parents aid, zapped but survived. Jesus. Coach himself. According to liberty county sheriff Eddie Joe white. Which is of course, you're going to be sheriff. If your name is Eddie, Joe white, the coach himself was running a piece of equipment it impacted a high power line in the piece of equipment. He was running became electrified. He was electrocuted. A white female. That's his wife who was there tried to render assistance. She was lecture cupid an actual member of the team came up to help. That's his son. He was also electrified but knocked away from the
"joe white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Oh, eight. I'm Tony Joe white, and it's going to be a new kiss and a new kiss for you each and every day from now on it's going to be better than ever from the new wwl KF FM. That's what we're talking about. Everybody's dancing here in the studio right now, at least they're moving up and down. How about that that brings back some memories? All right. We got a great group now riches left, which is which is great the management team has gone everybody. Now, we got the real people here can play. John quinn. He's been Joan how are you? Much for doing pleasure. Dave is one who is the first guy to play music. I hired sunny. Joe white may have been the first oh this abusive disagreement. No nonmanagement DJ hired claim to fame that in a Charlie card. We'll get you a ride on the case. Well, I'll tell you some days. Charlie cod won't get your. It's a busy day enlarged. Logan lock. How are you? Very happy to be here. Well, so so happy to have all of you here. And we'll get that microphone. We got the right microphone on for for a lark. I hope even though that the lights on their try that try and making him. No, no, try that one. I don't know. What do you think? Rob. Why don't we move? Close. Okay. Okay. Joan you you were there. And you were there really pretty much. Motherhood kind of interrupted for a while, but Richie Bosma who just left hired me and David and lark. And he basically said I dropped a tape off to do some voice overs, which as you know. And he said, how would you like to do a little more than that? Because I need a female voice to attract the male demographic because I got my host sunny Joe white. And I and I would really like a female news crew together is what he was doing. About two years into it. I did get pregnant with my third child. He's still called the kiss one. Oh, eight baby. And he was on the air ten minutes after he was born, but kissed supported me through that whole process, and I was on with sunny and with Mattie for a while. And it was pretty funny to walk in there pregnant and this one over here who's a brat love chocolate a clan. With my with my morning sickness. Clear. Joni. To some of the fun antics that we used to carry on with it at at kiss. But Dave was the was the first DJ hired and the first sign that was played was just going for now is at midnight on February tenth and that was sunny Joe white, and then Dave came in. And Dave has some pretty crazy stories about his experiences a kiss. Let's have a couple of at least one crazy story. Dave, okay, member it is family radio here. But go ahead. First of all, I never thought I would be on WBZ. So see mom in work. She said you wanna make your living talking into a piece of metal. You're being heard right now, of course, in thirty eight states with terrestrial radio, which we have to emphasize everybody's on the internet. Plus, both my listeners from kiss. How many years did you work a kiss? I was there for about two and a half years. It was a really exciting time. And I I was working for a station out in Lawrence, which has many call letters at the time. It was w g y the rock garden owned by Kurt gowdy. Sure. Right. Cowboy at the Mike and I had to disco show. And I also did part time work in nightclubs. So I had a combination of radio and DJ experience. Sunny heard the show and he called me in. And he said I've got something hot. And it's going to be FM and he had been on W. I D which was an AM station at the time almost got hired there. But that didn't happen. And so we said we're gonna call it kiss. And I said, no guy will listen to a radio station kiss wrong. You're wrong. You're just as I said to Steven Tyler when I first met him saying Arrowsmith. Are you kidding me began for name band is that anybody's thinking of asking you to name anything don't. Yeah. Okay. Lock you hear a bunch of years, and then you left for ES. I actually started working with sunny Joe at wwl. I in the mid seventy s went to Chicago. And he brought me back from Chicago to kiss wait for the overnights. Then recently I've been in Richmond Virginia doing radio there for twenty six years and Boston music, mostly rock stations. Yes music, and but in the mid to thousands of corporate radio kind of came in and and sort of changed things drastically it all went to voice. What is it voice tracking? So kind of got back on into real estate but decided to come back to Boston. So I'm happy to be back. I came back four years ago and sort of reestablishing things here to grow up in Boston. I'm a New Yorker Bostonian. Yeah. Came here when I was sent to the Yankees. I had my patriots bracelet on. Okay. But I am a Yankees fan. Sorry about this song. Joanie and I send each other like either clam chowder or bagels. Ok depending. Let me grab a call or two here. Six hundred seventy two thousand four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. Let's go to David in jumps for David your first tonight. Ringcentral nightside caller line with a bunch of folks from kiss, David. How are you? Dan. I wanted to ask a comment on the kids concert to be held at the Boston Garden. Amazing. We have three three veterans of those activities. So you stay right there. David who would like to started before two smaller venue called a Boston Boston or nine lands downstream? Which is now the house of blues the same people, the lions brothers who were huge and supporting us in promoting us and getting kissed off the ground, and it just it. Everything's so big grew and grew and grew and this is going to be their fortieth his concert this summer incredible credible. Who is the who who's the best people that you've ever heard of kiss concert? Can I jump in on this one? I'm a big van Halen fan and sunny Joe is signed David Lee Roth to me when he was coming in as David Lee. I was assigned to interview David Limbaugh bodyguard as well. We could do that too. But anyway, I have interviewed so many people, and and it's been fine. But I I really loved David Lee Roth. And so when we were backstage, and and the little key was going down in my ear. You know to go live. I opened my mouth to say something and this came out like I eat because he was right in front of me. And this was my rock God. And I could not believe out of all the people whom I've interviewed I just couldn't get a word out. So David Lee, Roth is awesome. As he has. He is he put his arm around me. And he said come on Darlan. I don't bite, and then he started throwing things at me and opened it up, and we had a really terrific interview. But he was the best and he put it on a fantastic performance. David Lee, Roth and heart. Fabulous. We don't have David Lee Roth because David in Chelmsford, David what was your best kiss concert? Well, don't you won't believe this,.
"joe white" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Mike loose over here. The Halcion trailer park nearly eighty senior citizens risk of losing their home where they lived ironically. It says here to a new building that fit in the city's up zone plans. Set aside council held a special meeting today to decide whether a one year moratorium could be placed all the mobile, home parks. So they could not be redeveloped. We'll get you the news. And what they decided first of all the words of an eighty two year old resident I live at Halcion mobile home park. I've been there for twenty three twenty four years now. And if it weren't for my living in this park, I would be a nursing here are homeless. So I don't know anybody who wants that. Can you went up and drove around the area looked around in this? Yeah, you have just a couple of blocks off Aurora here. The area is changing over it's not just random car, lots and pot shops and ladies walk in the street on highway ninety nine they're trying to do there's a new PetSmart and a couple of Starbucks have gone in. They're trying to do more in that particular area. Which would be your retail spot for this particular mobile home park. But they also have a lot of these low income housing mixed use buildings that are new that are not even ten blocks away from this park. And so I don't know why would even take a year or two it's not rehoming. But it kind of is to rehome these people. So this could seem. This could seem an odd question. But why not and maybe they can't be told. But why not told these two some lanes outside the city and other services, and look I'm not trying to move whom be human beings around. I don't want to be a tyranny. Tyrannous dictator. Somebody's social circle you change you change you do. But then you're also looking at them being on housed or unharmed and homeless, and I don't want that. And I just I failed to believe that's achievable or doable. That everybody can afford to live in Seattle. I fail to believe that Mike. You've you've reported on. I don't wanna see facilities, but a lot of low income housing. So how do you view this? I think that I don't think moratoriums necessarily bad idea. Why should tell that the moratorium passed Joe whites? Right. I don't think that the moratorium is a bad idea. I think that it's you need to sort of take a reasonable approach to this the tool, the duality, you have here what can somebody what can a family do with land that his family has owned for a long time that suddenly is very very valuable. You're talking about generational wealth on the other hand, you're talking about people who are going to be spliced. I don't know that you can take the mo- mobile homes mobile homes are not actually is mobile or not. And they are not and they are and moving them. And I think candy was spot on when she said that when you're not you're not moving people, you're disassembling a community, and if you're an older person, and you're living around other people that you know, and there's a certain collective in a safeness and caring for each other that happens in a community like that just scattering them. Really does. It's not just a diminished quality of life. Plus, it's not a tiny thing to be far away from services. And when you're in a city, you really are. Are much better able to connect with transit and connect with the other services that you need. Yes. So I do not think it's an option to pick them up and move movement of town. But I do think it is a fair thing if you're buying property as a property owner, if you're a developer, and you're buying property with this sort of. Situation. I think it's completely reasonable say. Hey, you're doing this you're stepping into this. You're still going to make your money over the long haul. But let's figure out what we need to do before you can actually displays people. Do we do this for every mobile home park that we then will eventually develop every single low income housing project that you buy because I think that these people are not like Todd said it's getting increasingly difficult, and maybe it is unrealistic to assume that some people can, but it's not unrealistic to assume that I don't care if you're a development pencils out only if you do in the next six months, these are the requirements you can buy it you can develop it we need to have a plan in place before any of that happens. So let me lay a couple of observations on this concern. I have when government passes a law, and in this case this moratorium means the property owner can't sell it for year. It just it just happened that just passed. So for a year concern, I have is a rule like that is developed it can be turned on you. So Mike, you said about generational wealth. And that's a very fine observation, my wife, and I. Chosen land as an investment strategy. So if someone came along and said, hey, you know, good you don't get to sell your land for period of time with that could need is. I need a poorly planned didn't have cash or my investment strategies, gone. My retirement, you know, doesn't exist or is it risk. This can be turned on anybody. The other issue. I have is that Seattle seems obsessed with with packing as many people into this deal mrS possible that comes with federal monies. It comes with voting power. It comes with congressional representation. There's a lot of incentive to pack people into a city, and and also comes with walking around money for some politicians. I contend who liked that walking around money. So I have those concerns, but at least we have this list. We know that you get yourself a driver's license without the strictly passing the hardest. One of the hardest test in the country to become a Washington state, driver's license holder. I remember the days of study. It was a eighteen what was it an eighteen hour test. Yeah. They have all sorts of zipper merging because I'm the only one who knows that zipper merge. If you stop only one. Well, there's a lot of people don't know. How here's zipper merging. It means. You don't stop. Now means you adopt the rate of traffic, and you slip in because I can tell you this. As a dude if zipper stops. Okay. Then it's bad. So you don't want. You. Don't want the zipper to stop. I. So it I to believe this that we are one of the hardest states to get a driver's license in. I kind of get this study ranked Washington one of the most difficult, although there is a trick for the Washington state, driver's license. So but one what basis are with the hardest. What exactly were their criteria? Because the one the one that I saw I didn't give us all of the criteria. Imagine that they hit the hardest. So what's the trick that harps if we're not going to go through the details in this? What's what's the trick might? Well, the difficulty linking ranking was also attributed to cost so there, okay? Up higher road tests, the different maneuvers the number of different maneuver elements. So that's the department of the three pointer with those are my thirties to three point turn was easy. The parallel parking was easy people couldn't parallel park. I hit my fifties. It's like I'm trying to insert a semi truck into ten foot spa. So the criteria is pretty simple. The it's how many different elements of traffic that you need to know. See Washington has the most nineteen elements. The it's the percentage that what you have to score to pass it because it's not ABC or dean, hopefully, a bunch of DS and Fs out there on the road. Although we don't rob the proclamation is that there are a lot of DS and Fs out there on the road. It takes eighty percent to pass here and the cost. So you added those things altogether and Washington's is the hardest and I would contend that. It is nowhere near hard enough. Okay. So let's go through the rounds here. The number one thing I wanna see included on the test is a proper zipper merge, and it used to be left lane camping, but we can deal with that by banning you from driving in the freeways for the rest of your life. If you're caught three times. Left lane camping with seven cars behind you for a period of nine minutes. If that happens, you can never gonna drive on the freeways, I want to see a test of zipper merging where you successfully merged without slowing down without stopping a single car. I want to see that added to the driver's license. I would like to see added for the Washington state driver's test only every single person has to come here into Seattle and navigate the green lake five way intersection the passive aggressive tests in a timed manner. Mike Lewis New Year's is going to have something to see and motorcycles, I imagine. Now, let's set the motorcycle thing side, I say that if you're a first year driver of any sort you get a red car you have assigned red car. So everyone knows who you are. And where you are on the road. And then when you pass your driving test, which will be a secondary test after that, you can buy any car you want. But you're star car has to be government issued started car that's very slow and very saw. I was with you. Kerr made out of Nerf, then you went with government issued then you had to go there. Do you have a nerve Cardi can run it you'd probably just because I'm an old time race car. Driver had make the rookie card green. All.
"joe white" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Is raining here in Baltimore. I can tell you that Tony Joe white passed away this week massive heart attack aged seventy five had some good hits out there. If you Google that guy you'll see he's got some pretty good hits. He had that kind of Cajun swing. Hey, harry. How are you? You don't have a Cajun swing. Do. You. Hardly about 'em. Well, Harry spiker Ferber program manager is that correct? Black bear game mammal section leader. Black bear game mammal section. Got it. Got it. That'll work that will work. So tell us about bear hunt. Would we do? Well, it was it was a great week. Oh, yeah. It was a great week right now we're standing at one hundred thirty two bears in we'll get a couple more today. Right. Hunters have have till the next day to check their fair in. And you know, what it's like if you get one a star, right? They're not the easiest thing to get out of the woods shot. We'll get a couple today shot mine at the edge of darkness and on the first day in two thousand fifteen and we recovered it on Tuesday morning first thing, so yeah, I get it. I understand it. Yeah. Yeah. If anybody's ever ever hauled one out of the woods, it's a it's a whole lot tougher than a year. So, yeah, they're the words weight come to mind. Yes. It does. I think of pushing about two hundred pounds of jello. That's that's pretty good. Yeah. Two hundred pound bags sand. That's it. That's it. But now we have I'll tell you the weather was great up until yesterday. Of course, the rain moved at yesterday. Right. Little windy, Tuesday and Wednesday, but Monday was just picture perfect. We had temperatures in the in the low fifties dropping down for the third night. In fact, Monday morning, there was snow on the ground. Eric. Nice. Nice. So it it was ideal fares taken across all four counties. I haven't totaled up the the county numbers yet. But Allegheny looks like I think I think we'll have taken more than ever really, which is great. There's a lot of fares there. Sure. Sure. No question. Yeah. Some big bears. I guess, you know, you know, about a couple of four hundred ninety seven Pounder out of Frederick, right? Was five seventy five out of Washington county that five seventy five that dressed it four seventy eight or something. Right, right. Yeah. Yeah. And then a four sixty five and Garrett town you punch over three hundred over two hundred. It was a great year. Yeah. What was the average weight? I'm guessing for C breaks down to this going to be around one hundred probably around one fifty one sixty that's bigger than usual. Isn't it? It is it is. Yeah. Yeah. Got it. All right. Well, cool. So it was a good week. How's the acorn crop this year? I'm hearing that there's a shortage of acorns out there. Yeah. Acorns are acorns are almost non-existent most of the area. I think all the rain in the spring affected, the the pollination boss, so yeah, there's there's not a lot of acorns. There seemed to be pockets of white oak gay horn, so dot into one of those pockets, you're golden. Guys were hunting cover or hunting alternative food sources yarder. Beets apples walking stick or something. Like that. Right. Right poke Berry's how. Berries are good. They're always good. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And they're like ice cream. No question about that. No question about that. They are. Where do you find berries? You find purple bear poop, we it's true. That's true. We found that in Frederick county all the berries were stripped off, and we had a salad too. I probably told you the story about the bear running into into us at ten minutes before legal shooting time last year. Yup. Three yards three yards, brother. That's a little tight for me. Isn't that? So. Yeah. Yeah. It was close holler. Well, and he wasn't alone. It wasn't alone. Because I don't know how loud bears are when they run away. But if you figure how loud one bear is just multiply that. Because there were at least two or three of them. No question about it. I've tell people when it comes to bear funny. They they're either coast or a freight train when you hear exactly no inbetween. Nope. Nope. Freight train was was the word so good. So you gotta go to work today. Yeah. Yeah. We'll be checking bears in today's. All right. Well, keep keep telling him about BBS. If you can if you have the opportunity sixteen inch on the skull is a minimum for entry. So, you know, your little ones aren't gonna make it. But I'm gonna guess we've probably got one hundred bears out there that over the years will will make the record books. So I'll bet you're right. The other night we had a we had back to back a three hundred fifty pound or a four hundred six Pounder command. Oh, my. Three hundred and fifty pound or believe it or not had a much bigger frame big huge head on that thing that could be. I'm sure he was still fairly young. And just had this big old big old noggin on him. He had that big head. I mean his bridge has knows that he would have happened. Oh my gosh. That that boy that boy from Washington county circumference of that bears. Neck was thirty six inches. Is that right? Yeah. That's a that is a big head on a bear. Man is a big that there was only forty pounds shy the state record. Yes. It was. Yes. It was. Yup. He'll rank. Well, no question. Yeah. And the one inch the one in Frederick county. Of course, you know, the the skull wasn't fleshed out or anything like that. But they took a real rough measurement on the skull taxidermy shop over twenty inches. So he's pushing he's pushing Boone crock. He's. Yep. So we gotta get we gotta get Maryland recognized. And we gotta get we gotta get the names. And the contact information gets embarrassed scored up here. So absolutely. We'll do our best. All right. All right, buddy. Thank you, sir. All right. You bet take care. All right. Gary thanks for calling in. Appreciate it. Served by by berry goes all right here. We go ticket time ticket time. We have pulled the magic ticket. I don't know who this person is. But the ticket matches the name of William guilty or G I L D E. We will be calling wilty William unless he's listening now he'll have to verifies number, and we'll get his address and send that Muzzleloader right out to him. Sorry for all the rest of you. But you're going to have two more chances this year, November December we'll have two more drawings and same rules will play here on out. If anybody calls the rest of the show, it's going to be for the November drawing. So I'm going to give this paper to Chris. And if Mr. guilty calls in he could verify the phone number. There you go Mr. guilty. Congratulations. You won new Muzzleloader from the fine folks at sea the. Chris. Here you go. Thank you, buddy. Appreciate that. Why don't you play that tape? Have a little tape coming up here that we got kind of a request for and since we've got a little bit of time. We'll play it because it's going to take a few minutes. Here we go now Donna you got quite today. It sounds like what's going on with you. Opinion on something that's been bothering me for a really long time. Okay. I tried reading the newspaper and contacting TV stations. But nobody seems to want to with this so fun Cohen you guys. Issue over the past few years and involved in three separate car accidents involving dear. You know with the population and everything. He says these incidents.
"joe white" Discussed on AP News
"Success with his unique style of mixing delta blues country and rock. One of his biggest hits rainy night in Georgia was son by R&_B, artists brook Benton, white born in Louisiana says he was inspired by lightning Hopkins and other blues greats his tunes were covered by a mix of grades from Elvis to Ray, Charles, Tina Turner and Waylon Jennings. He released his last album badmouthing a collection of blues classics just last month. Tony Joe white was seventy five. I'm Tim McGuire. Pipe bomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire Berlin, AP newsmen of federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. There's a reason we invented things like same day delivery and PB and J in the same jar. We love convenience, which is what makes Kaiser Permanente so special we offer healthcare.
"joe white" Discussed on AP News
"Cancelled his appearance because of a foot injury. He suffered last month rapper. Travis Scott has been tapped to fill in Saturday night slot Gambino, whose real name is Donald Glover hurt his foot during a concert in Dallas. Director Don Kelly says Glover's last minute cancellation was beyond the festivals control and says no refunds will be given noting the ticket policy makes clear that the lineup is subject to change other headliners, but the festival's twentieth anniversary include Mumford and sons Arctic monkeys Chanel, Manet. Odessa Martin Gehrig's, Marilyn Manson, Twenty-one savage and third eye blind. You might not know his name, but you may have sung along to one of his tunes. AP's Tim McGuire reports the cigarette songwriter behind swamp rock has done. Salmon, Tony Joe white found success with his unique style of mixing delta blues with country and rock. One of his biggest hits rainy night in Georgia was sung by R&_B, artists brook Benton, white born in Louisiana says he was inspired by lightning Hopkins and other blues greats tunes were covered by a mix of grades from Elvis to Ray, Charles, Tina Turner and Waylon Jennings. He released his last album badmouthing a collection of blues classics Josh last month. Tony Joe white was seventy five. I'm Tim McGuire. Pipe bomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire. Berlin, AP news of federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence, they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar. Faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party..
"joe white" Discussed on AP News
"With his unique style of mixing delta blues with country and rock. One of his biggest hits rainy night in Georgia was son by R&_B, artists brook Benton, white born in Louisiana says he was inspired by lightning Hopkins and other blues greats his tunes were covered by mix of grades from Elvis to Ray, Charles, Tina Turner and Waylon Jennings. He released his last album badmouthing a collection of blues classics just last month. Tony Joe white was seventy five. I'm Tim McGuire. The Cincinnati zoo suing for the return of a guerrilla loan to a California conservatory to accompany KoKo, the gorilla famed for mastering sign language. Sue officials say do me who is thirty-seven has lived in isolation to his detriment since Coco's death in June. This you sent you do may to the gorilla foundation in nineteen Ninety-one under a contract that was revised to say he would be transferred back after Coco's death foundation officials said in a letter the move would harm the gorilla. Pipebomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute. Federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar. Faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this. Thank you.
"joe white" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Dry when he fell and broke his hip. It was his lucky day at the hospital. He was telling the, nurses. How upset he was that. He couldn't get a ticket. So they decided to let him into their hospital pool. They collectively won a million dollars his share over seven thousand dollars. Jim Chenevey, CBS news Amazon is celebrating that abuse of a new series. And why not? Features a million face from the big screen. The stars were out in Hollywood for the premiere of Amazon's new series homecoming. Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney star in the psychological thriller about a case worker at a secret government facility now, I love this genre. I love the kind of. You know? Thriller edgier seats. I love that show. Debuts next month. Lead is six fifty two now singer songwriter. Tony Joe white has died. Might not know his name. But you heard his music. Classic which brook Benton turned into a hit in nineteen seventy. Jones also wrote and recorded the classic poke salad. Annie. Elvis and Tom Jones turn that song and doing it. Tell Joe Whitey died of a heart attack this week in Nashville. Seventy five years old. But one of the usual suspects.
"joe white" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The targets of the bombs. George soros. Why is he made so many political enemies Noel king in Washington DC, and I'm Rachel Martin reporting from Texas's twenty third congressional district coming up you'll hear from another house race in North Carolina where shifting demographics are contributing to a tight race in a traditionally Republican district. It's soybean harvest season in the mid west. We'll take Iowa or a trade war and a wet growing season have been smaller profit margins for farmers, and maybe you'll think of him country artist Keith urban turns fifty years old today. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The FBI is urging the public to pass along any information that may be connected to the ten suspicious packages addressed a prominent Democrats and to CNN NPR's Hansie lo Wong says the devices and the packaging materials are being analyzed has. Investigators looked for a suspect and motive investigators are examining the devices at the FBI's laboratory in Quantico Virginia during a press conference at the headquarters of the New York City police department NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill would not confirm whether any of the devices were designed to be hoaxes. We are treating them as live devices as you see the way our bomb squad. Detectives went into CNN yesterday. Has to be taking with the utmost seriousness. Authorities are also looking into powder found in the package sent to CNN's office in Manhattan. FBI says the powder is not a biological threat. But investigators are still treating the substance as potentially dangerous on ceelo Wong. NPR news New York homeland security secretary Christian Nielsen tells Fox News investigators believe some of the pipe bomb packages originated in Florida, President Trump is preparing to send eight hundred active duty soldiers to the US. Mexico. Border has thousands of migrants from Central America continue their trek toward the US. Michelle Marie Cocco with member station. K J Z Z says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is expected to sign the order. It's not clear what the military will do here on the border last spring twenty one hundred national guard soldiers were mobilized here, but they only support the border patrol agents. Santa Cruz county sheriff Tony through a democrat says he has his doubts about what Trump will accomplish by. Sending more troops have been known to to try to scare people in every which way he can't you could previous base, and and this obviously it's pleasing his base. The departments of defense and homeland security did not respond to requests. For further information on the troop mobilization for NPR news Mariscal and no gal Zona caravan of migrants is still more than a thousand miles from the US Mexico border. Matthew Shepard is being honored today at the National Cathedral in Washington. One eight years after he was killed in Wyoming NPR's, Tom gjelten says shepherds ashes will be placed in a crypt. They're prosecutors said Matthew Shepard was murdered simply because he was gay. His killing was seen as a classic hate crime, highlighting anti gay bigotry episcopal, Bishop gene Robinson himself, an openly gay priest will lead the interment Robinson says the placement of shepherds ashes at the National Cathedral is significant for the LGBTQ community. That's NPR's. Tom gjelten shepherd was abducted and killed by two men when he was twenty one and a student at the university of Wyoming. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo obey is in Beijing today for talks with China's president Xi Jinping. This is NPR news from Washington. Fema says food water tarps and other relief supplies are being flown into the Northern Mariana Islands to help those in need in the aftermath of super typhoon. U2. officials say it will likely be months before electricity is restored to the roughly fifty thousand people living in the US territory. The typhoon destroyed homes and vehicles and knocked down trees and power lines. At least one person was killed. It was the strongest storm to hit the US this year, Louisiana born blues and country rock musician. Tony Joe white is dead at the age of seventy five. His son tells the Tennessean his father suffered a heart attack has Chaz Sisk with member station. W P L N reports from Nashville white was an accomplished singer and guitar player. Who songs were covered by recording artists such as Elvis Presley and Tina Turner, Tony Joe White's biggest hit came in nineteen sixty nine with a song that combined rock and roll blues and country into a sound that fans labeled swamp rock. Our gator's groove. Salad. He was about a wild edible green called poke week. But many mistook it as a reference to marijuana. Ten peaked at number eight on the billboard hot one hundred and was covered by a number of artists, including Elvis Presley. Tony Joe White's love of blues began as a child on cotton farm in northeastern, Louisiana. He moved to Nashville and his songwriting credits include rainy night in Georgia, which became an RND hit and the Waylon Jennings. Tune trouble man for NPR news. Chaz Sisk in Nashville game. Three of baseball's World Series is tonight in Los Angeles. The dodgers trail the Boston Red Sox two games to none..
"joe white" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Came out late this afternoon. Singer songwriter and accomplished guitarist Tony Joe white passed yesterday. The news came out this afternoon. Did actually reportedly occurred yesterday famous for Polk salad, Amy. Which Elvis and a number of other artists recorded rainy night in Georgia. Which was first made popular by brook Benton. In nineteen seventy. But I bet that's not the version. You know, he also wrote undercover agent for the blues. Steamy windows and much more those were by way of Tina Turner and her producer at the time was Mark Knopfler. Who was a close personal friend of Tony Joe white Tom Jones recorded poke salad any he was from oak grove, Louisiana was Tony Joe. One of the highlights of the redneck country club was a night outside before we were open indoors. And about an hour or two before Tony Joe white was to perform, right? Well, it Hubbard called and said, hey, mama. Come. I'm on my way. I'm a come watch. Tony Joe play on your back patio. I said I would be honored. And Ray Wylie Hubbard didn't wanna. Join attention to himself. So he stood over to the side kind of hidden away by a wall and just watch. Tony Joe white play for a couple of hours. Just Tony Joe white guitar. On a chair with this dark sunglasses in all black. Singing bunch of songs that he had written. It was one of those magical moments rest in peace singer songwriter. Tony Joe white so many things to get to where to even begin. So what I've started doing is as I read new stories during the day. I started taking a screen shot of those. So I just like to go through a couple of stories. That came across my desk throughout the course of the day without regard to any particular. Or priority to them. Because I ended up ending the show every day having talked about the big news story thinking, oh, I didn't get to that. And I didn't get to that. And I didn't get to that. So I will do that. Now presidents approval rating has hit forty seven percent. President Trump enjoying the highest approval rating. Of his presidency. Forty seven percent is three points higher than Barack Obama's approval rating ahead of the two thousand ten midterms. Now, attentive listeners will probably note, Michael that's not saying much. Obama was slaughtered in the midterms. You're right. He was I don't think Republicans will be in the election that really has already begun the media likes to refer to the November sixth election day. But actually we've already begun voting and early voting according to NBC news as reported by political polls Arizona's early voting reflects forty four percent Republican thirty three percent democrat in a race where they're showing only a percent or two or three between Republican Martha mcsally and Kristen cinema. You got to wonder what would it take for the Democrats to cut loose of cinema after the awful things? She has said. Including how horrible Arizona is a meth lab of democracy. How the state of Arizona's like Lindsay Lohan, it's in the news. But for only the wrong reasons, how she doesn't see any problem in American wants to go and join the Taliban apparently summoned pagan rituals. She's a bit of a nut. But the Democrats will still vote for nevertheless Republican over democrat as a party preference in that race at forty four thirty-three, according to the poll as reported by NBC news, not exactly a conservative outlet. Florida at forty four thirty eight. In the midst of a very very tough rate race there between two Santus and Gillam Gillam is nothing short of a nut himself. But the scientists doesn't seem to be able to put any distance in between him I think President Trump will probably swoop in time or two more between now and election day in Georgia Republicans up fifty to forty three. The governor's race there would appear to be closer than that. But I'm hopeful Republicans can win that one as well. In the state of Arizona, the sorry state of Indiana where Joe Donnelly, I think is going to be punished for his role in the cavenaugh hearings. Republicans at fifty one percent Democrats trailing by about five percentage points their Montana. Forty eight percent Republican to twenty nine percent democrat Tennessee Republicans at sixty three percent Democrats at thirty. And Marsha Blackburn would appear to have started putting some distance between herself and the democrat challenger state of Texas pure party preference. Fifty three percent to forty three percent newest round of polls has cruise beginning to widen. His lead over badoe and his yard signs troubling for Republicans would be the state of Nevada which you're showing thirty eight percent Republican to forty five percent democrat the democratic gubernatorial candidate, they're having some problems with an x accusing him of violence, but all in all Republicans appear to be doing pretty darn well for themselves across the country, even in some congressional races in California where you would least expect it Republican has pulled ahead of Joe mansion in West Virginia in polls polls don't vote remember that. But you'd rather be. Ahead than behind Wisconsin. Where the president had a rally yesterday would appear to be a highly. Winnable Senate seat over an incumbent Tammy Baldwin in North Dakota. The Republican has extended the lead sixteen percentage point lead in the polls over Heidi. Heitkamp whose latest round of problems include that she published a full page ad of supposed- sexual assault victims and those sexual assault victims did not give her approval to do. So and called her out on it. It got so bad that I can't follow it up. Her full-page ad exposing those women with a quarter page ad apologizing. That's like how the correction to anorexia story appears on page eight where the erroneous story was on page one. Ramon who was it again who said? Ally can get halfway around the world before the truth can get his pants pulled up his.
Tony Joe White, country bluesman and hit songwriter, dies at 75
"joe white" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"That and i don't want to hear anymore about this toughest schedule and blah blah blah with fresh my memory i was right we had the toughest schedule in the whole country in nineteen ninety seven and what happened we can't be let me ask you this question nineteen eighty five who have to open the season at notre dame and then go to south carolina which was a top five team and then play sport magazine's preseason number one team at home in week three which team was that jamie not that that was the university of michigan what did you do twenty to twelve thirty five to three and i think twenty to nothing but if i'm correct you are correct yes there you go and it was to toughen boo hoo and guess what you acquitted yourself well and you know with you know one cochran interception that you know he could have held onto maybe joe white not fumbling down at illinois and we could have had undefeated season i don't think we would have planted all bahama for national champion but we still finished number two and that was a really really really great and special season at all the history of michigan football that's still my favorite team in my lifetime so for the naysayers and the people that are doubting i know that this has been a tough time because i recruited we haven't really got the people out of michigan in ohio in the last decade decade and a half but you know what we're gonna turn it around and the guide elitist is jim harbaugh i can't think of another person to lead us and i think you know i mean a year ago people were calling for the game basketball coach p line to get fired in february.
"joe white" Discussed on WCHS
"Welcome back our number two line and we expect to talk to the leaders of the teacher organizations at eleven thirty they all they'll be christine campbell already talked to joe white with the service workers and he's thrilled and he expects to be back tomorrow but i will see because they might be waiting to see if the bill passed as they once again if you just catching up the teachers i'm sorry that the leaders of the house and senate and the governor of have agreed to a five percent across the board pay plan the five percent for teachers schoolteachers as service workers a state police and an public employs out of cost about another hundred million dollars next year and the change of their to changes one is the senate says okay to the five percent of the house goes along with the five percent for public employees as well as the teachers there are separate and are actually separate in the budge and that the money and this is a change the money for that would come from cuts in the budget projection in the budget for next year and the subsequent years and are going to take money out of for tourism drive of the the the additional money that with appropriate for travel and tourism there some lottery money that they're going to say there was sort told me dollars and highways that they're going to take so they're they're taking it from the existing budget not basing it on the new higher revenue projection from the governor and saying that the additional revenue if in fact it comes in that the if in fact it comes in that they can back some of these things are cut okay so the phones at one eight hundred seven six five eight two five five get your reaction to this also i got a ton of tax i'm trying to respond as many as possible frank and mortgaga high frank welcome in what is your reaction tuesday to dubbing news this war i frankly it's our by the high franco hit hey hello high hoppy since taking my call hey one aspect you haven't uh mentioned israel is uh substitute teachers um i'm a substitute teacher in maan n preston counties up and um.
"joe white" Discussed on WCHS
"With hoppy kercheval is presented by m b b bank or most valuable bank member at the see okay so we have a deal a tentative deal involving the house that we'd irs of the house the senate the governor five percent across the board for everybody what can throw him texting emailing all at the same time and uh but it ended the leaders believe that should be enough to get people back in the classroom joe is this joe what a joe is this joe white if the jet why a joe white head of the vessel service workers in west virginia joe thanks for calling in and i text yamabushitake it so joe you're finding out like everybody else you represent these thousands of service workers of bus drivers the maintenance people the cook's everbody what is your reaction to this five percent reacting to the five percent is very positive uh actually works out at about two five percent and this is a great day in west virginia joe have you spoken with you're not on us your people to know whether it's that the bus drivers lead backup picking up the kids tomorrow morning and the and the and the cook's will be back in their tomorrow morning a making food it too early for to say there with before us baker every year our rank and file leaders around the state uh but i feel confident that it won't be very long before the bus i'll be route and this should be what it what is what what what are you thinking right now i mean this has been a long nine days it's been a controversial and contentious nine days a lot attention has been focused on teachers in you know we've talked many times about the service workers are never failed to mention the service workers out there who are the lowest paid among everybody so what are you thinking what are you.
"joe white" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"I do think that we have a situation where it's the white nationalist party versus the black lives matter party i mean i cannot tell you how many people in this country firmly believe that the b l m u movement is on par with a terrorist organization yeah it's like crazy but those people so so let's let's take a you know that were the you know white nationalist party verses and i don't actually think that that epoch that demo the democrats are the big tent that they should be but ideally you would have a big tent party that is you know emigrants children of immigrants you know black people black wedding allows people working class people poor people engage in the middle class clear people everybody who has a stake in it in you know not fascism and that's the that's the coalition's that should be building you know and and and i feel like if you cease if you have your average do you know joe white guy in the middle of the country who sees black lives matter and is terrified by it i think that there is a couple of ways to get around that one of which is like organizing rate unlike realize like if that guy is in uh you know there's all these structures that benefit this polarization if that guy at that regular guy was in a union with a view knows a black guy because they were in the union together and then their economic interests are tied up together on the are i'm not yeah and they are mets saying that overnight ends racism but that is there are way is to organize people to realize that they have more in common and they need each other and and that work can be done you know but by with with organizing and with with messaging and i feel like that the goal should be a big tent party that i feel like the the goal the enemy is white nationalism and so to me it makes sense the goal has to be a big tent pen party that has everyone.
"joe white" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Money in two thousand by go into the pros where worked a lot of money i mean when you're when you're spending more than you make at a time where now attend feeling you can make anymore you see i mean if if if the occasionally you can't fall back on anything that you might have gotten because you are an athlete then and then you still off now these guys get milliondollar signing bonuses y you're not saying than an 18yearold should go to college if he's offered a million dollars are you've when i when i'm saying to you is the deal because you're making that kind of money you don't devalues the importance of education you see because you make it a lot of money and you don't know anything then you're still just being dictated to this is jones your white education is the most important and we're making it seem like it's it's it's it's minute next to the money that you can make and this is what's causing a lot of the problems that we're seeing out here without young people now i'm not saying this folks this is joe joe white how do you feel about that joe joe white is saying that education is the most important well it i'm saying if someone came up to you walked up you an overview fifty million dollars to play sport absolutely you're supposed to take it who wouldn't take but we can't devalues the importance of education because with dow did you can go fall sports he's shortly f thirty four you will consider an old man in sports you see and if you happen to hurt yourself in don't make all of those you know in there have been a lot of athletes who we've we've we start off with you know because of their better system all going to be the outstanding in the pros in in because of injury something happen you see what you have the words of the late joe joe white who went from number two rudd dry street and south st louis to an mvp in the nba finals a seventime allstar for the boston celtics joe joe white died january the 16th at the age of seventy one after a long battle with cancer in boston back with more of joe joe white in just a.
"joe white" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"And that's where my last name days comes from he raised me but he came from a very abusive background his father was a drunk and abusive to him and so he modelled allotted at behavior to us and and i i think that my story sadly is not unique in our culture and you know how i came to faith ed is i was at a promise keepers on september eighteen two thousand and three in kansas city missouri in a guy named a guy named joe white was the very first speaker anne ends set while he ends up giving a talk about the damage that fathers do when they abandoned their signs are they not raise them to be men and then he took an altar call and that moment is you know i thought i was in her arena of twelve thousand people i thought he was talking directly to me and in that threat that moment changed my entire life and um helped beginning to the helped to begin to heal the wound that had really been there my entire life if no one really ever affirmed me that i could be a leader that i could be a man that i could be a husband that i could be what god made me to be i could do something great beyond just acquire stuff in half sex with women i could do something else that was meaningful in my life and i i just know my story is not unique because i've met a ton of men in my age group and in various age groups who have very similar stories with what's happened to fatherhood in a home eanet before he died a interview chuck wholesome and um and and i and i asked him about his work in prison fellowship in what was one of the some of the some of the things he learned to the course of his ministerial career and one of the things he said to me was if you go to any maximum security prison in america regardless of the race decreed the etnis city of of of the men that are in maximumsecurity ask them one simple question where is your dad the answer is they don't know where he is in prison to almost across the board.