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"john aurora" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"john aurora" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Chills me to believe new york city. Get this hot. But i have to say that i give much love to the fact. That air conditioning is the greatest invention in the world in the history of inventions. Yeah everybody will say lie on the telephone or the internet not fucked up. Ac is the greatest invention in the history of fucking A technology and science. I'm sorry i think that we'd have been able to find a way to live without the other things but air conditioning especially during the summer. Foggy you pants down. Probably the greatest thing ever had a recur but with that being said get defeat the purpose. Of why i would do this because without the internet. I can't have a conversation with you. Guys about what's going on in mike podcasting borough not only the typical tabby were but What we hear. Listen to what we enjoy early on in turbo khattab liz years. We were very bitter. Because we sat there and he said to ourselves we went and said you know what fuck that we the best fucking park has ever. We shot the shit and call people out and their bullshit. After some years we sat down and we looked at ourselves and say you know what we're doing. Well we were. We were making connections. We're okay we don't do that we we're we're good and after listening to a few podcast in ice. Yeah why even challenge anything else. If i'm listening to a show or friends who to show who are doing well and they sound really good. Why not why not share to the masses who listen to us on a weekly basis so this is when the idea came four. I'll put you over. Which is turmeric. Attaboys shoot for wrestling podcasts. That aren't ours. It's does that we enjoy and is not the podcast that the mainstream Celebrity known wrestling podcast. Like i are bischel or Arn anderson or chris jericho no it's for individuals who are like us warrant a scene kind of world that we live in and are doing a podcast. That's that's basically doing it for the love of the show. You i appreciate those who walk when you listen to them. That they're they're you know he had the did The i guess the forced monologue to where they have to put something over. I love the fact that when i'm listening to a podcast of this magnitude it about individuals who loved the product day talk and share their opinions and history of wrestling as we do so on this episode. We do like we usually do where we share two episodes of podcast that we enjoy and one of them is basically. We consider family. Because we advertise. We advertise them on the show but we also admire their look on the the wrestling john aurora history as well and another one is though that it's a it's a fresh a fresh look at Their outlook as well as the history arresting. So let's just getting to the whole business thing which we do here a typical tablet so before we can send you. Make sure you check us out of all social media. Alex check us out on a group page on facebook. Check us out on instagram. my terrible tabas world as on twitter book title and always check us out on the youtube to anchor. The the the Other outlets available where which. I didn't know that we were out there on the social media but apparently we are getting loved there as well. Thank you very body sharing us. What else knowing checkout turnbuckle tabloid and as always check us on our all the podcasting outlets check us out on iheart spotify. Google podcast Apple podcasts wherever the fuck you he get turbomeca tabloid where available so. Make sure you check us out on all the podcasting out was but if you don't go there you could always get us at rage. Works done rage network dot com. Where you could get. You could connect with everything. That's in a rage works family you get Black is the new black. You'll get Trek until you get toys and tax and of course you get us there anywhere. Did you want to connect with the world of podcasting rage. Works is right. There at rage works network dot com and he also check us out at rachel john that because you know anyone who listens to us we're all connected to the one thing which is pop culture. You got movies. Tv shows comic books video games. Whatever it is. It's all connected. Outrage works rachel. Exotic i mean thuan. Why go anywhere else when you go to raise looks. That radio was done that we do it for the coach. Obey pop culture that is so choke sam. Radio is a seasonal podcast that they basically break down certain moments in wrestling history or certain moments of what's going down in the current history. Let me explain is not like us where we do a breakdown week by week of The current environment arresting but them. Dave find a certain area of the current and the previous history wrestling and the three of them. This basically break it down in their own form The main host of the show is jim russell and we have begun. So-so as well who's been a par- participant in the show for some time. And i i feel as though that there has been a rotation on the third participant of the show and from the episode that i was listening to They had vibes on this episode. I don't know who he is. But i must say that was very studious on the wrestling game. He he pretty much knew a lot of things that a lot of so-called wrestling fans think that they know i i was. I was very impressed by his history of knowing when and where matches occurred. And how Also the reasoning. Why wrestling had their their hiccups and.

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Expect lower speed limits on Aurora and other state-owned streets in Seattle

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Expect lower speed limits on Aurora and other state-owned streets in Seattle

"Speed limits on Aurora Avenue, North Lake City Way and other state owned streets that run through Seattle or being lowered by five MPH cruise begin installing 150 knew and in some cases larger signs along state roadway Sunday, bringing the highest speed that drivers are permitted to travel in the city down to 40 MPH. With the exception of I five I 90 and highway 99 inside the tunnel. According to the Seattle Times. New Sign it. John Aurora is expected by mid

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"john aurora" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"M. i. e., which is. The MASERATI information exchange really maserati enthusiasts know that as the parts and restoration Mecca for these great cars back in the day. But you've done more than that the founder of Concourse Italia No to me it's the best con corker event in the world. You're also the founder of Car Guy Tour. Italian, we'll talk about that last episode we talked about all things Maserati but this time, let's broaden the conversation a little bit talk about the place where talion car history, and some of the best food is made. You told us about your first trip to Italy and your. First encounter with a Maserati what happened after you made that first maserati discovery purchased a Maserati, thirty, five, hundred gt immediately broke, and then I spent a year finding parts and that's when I decided to found this club together with my wife and that brought us into the mid seventies we called Mr Shell Cavalier in San Francisco and introduced ourselves as as Righty Club. He at the time was in with. Mr. Di Tomasso owing Mr. Volley had the western rights to distribute Maserati and import them in. So Shell Cavalli cleared the way for us to go to the. Factory in Italy in February of seventy eight, this would have been my second time in motor with a visit to the factory and to meet Mr de Tomasa who is now the new owner of Miserotti. We landed at the Lanark Day airport and we were met at the airport with a driver and a brand new Kyle Lami. That's a rare Maserati most people in America don't know what that is because it was never brought over here. It was never imported into the US. They didn't make that many of them I. Don't think they made more than one hundred but. It was a car derived from the loss champ, which was Di Tomasso two door car that was sent to fruit and fresh and up Tom. Charter, did the launch APP de Moscow took the launch amp and send it over to fruit and senior fruit fresh belong champion the. was derived from that design and the. Of course was named for the famous race track in South Africa where Peter. Rodriguez success in the Cooper Maserati v Twelve. So they named their cars after race tracks and after wins typically with the exception of the Merrick Romano Corgi medicine at the airport he was our driver to take us down to the factory and of course, or nine hours of jet lag landing in Italy, and we get in this economy and this guy is going one hundred and twenty five miles an hour down the Estrada back. Then they really didn't have any speed limits and he's holding a right. Up Behind somebody of three feet from the rear bumper and they would drift over to the right and he would go pass them. It was an amazing experience writing with this test driver and what we've come to find out was a serious engineer from the experimental. Department who worked on a lot of the racing cars and was involved in testing the birdcage and newest cars that they were experimenting with at the time of course, would have been to be Turbo Maserati oil instead of bluntness veins. From that moment, we met he and I had become good friends even today when. I go to motor now usually run into him in the Piazza I'll give them a call and we'll meet for a coffee. So we arrived at the canal around the hotel and we checked in and Mr Daviau had made arrangements for all expenses paid to are pleasant surprise when a class act, we get a call from the front desk and they say Mr Deeds Tomasso requests you have dinner with them downstairs at seven thirty and we said, okay again, we're all jetlagged out. So we arrive downstairs in the restaurant and there is Mr Tomas O., his wife Isabella his son. Santiago and one of Santiago Sprint Santiago was I think about nineteen at the time member I'm like thirty, four, thirty two, not very old, and so we're sitting at this round horseshoe style booth that was his favorite booth and were sitting there, and we meet the niceties exchange and we're starting to have dinner, and we're talking about Maserati I bring up the Ghibli and how beautiful the give was and he said, yes, I designed it I made the mistake of saying well, I'm sorry but I understand it is generally Jaro designed it and he said adamantly, no, I designed it. By Force? Pushed back. Maybe one more time and said, well, I'm pretty sure it was designed by John. Aurora we Kinda got off a little bit of a bad start there. That's Caesar. Rewriting history isn't it? Since then I've come to learn whenever you speak to any Italian about a car if they were anywhere near the car they designed or they engineered it. You talked to Moscow he did all the engineering on the cars. If you talked to Giulio out fieri, he designed it he engineered it they all Kinda claim credit for the car no matter how small the portion they are involved in it. So every morning, that'd be a new driver to come pick us up. We really got the five-star treatment that was thanks to Mr Cavalli every morning driver would be waiting for us. So they bring us in our room and they say your drivers ready and so we'd come downstairs and it'd be a driver there and he would take over to the factory. We'd spent some time at the factory and The next morning, the driver came down and take over to some restoration shops and some of the places and take us to a shoe shop. I don't know what they're thinking. But one morning he said your drivers there and we came downstairs and we well, where's the driver and he says it's Mr. Toki over there I looked over there and it was actually guerrino. Toki. The man that was without fury Maserati in one thousand, nine, hundred, fourteen, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, six, he had to be one hundred years old he was like at least seventy, five years old but boy, could he drive? He couldn't speak any English so Ronald C. C C and we got into a law champ in green over talkie drove my wife and I out to the D. Tomasso factory. So guerrino Pataki tears off down via cannot `Grande doing bud seventy miles an hour. It's just frightening ride and then he turns left on Via Amelia, any cranks it up meanwhile he's turning around talking to me in the backseat. My wife is in the front seat in the back seat he's turning around talking to me and Italian going Blah Blah Blah I mean the guy was an excellent driver so we cannot to Moscow my wife and I are white drenched in sweat scared to death it was a harrowing. Drive so that was that day and that went entre three or four days, and then we finally left and went off to Taran in interim we went of course over to meet Mr Genero at a design he had been expecting us and we talked with him and whatnot and I was asking him through his interpreter. He doesn't speak English I told them my Maserati Club, and at the time I had a Maserati Bora course he designed them as ready and he gave me a lithograph of the Maserati Bora, which was very nice when he signed it, I haven't up on my wall here behind me and it says to my fiend misspelled friend. Mr Jaro you don't need to know how to spell. You just need to know how to draw cars. I guess when he left for Tony went to found a towel design as I guard for his own company. I. Guess was the Bit Sereni Manta that wild three. Cedar which he made one. He's a great guy with a tremendous sense of humor in one of his claims to fame is these are. Very good at naming cars. That's interesting because designer usually doesn't get to name as creation golf. GTI. was his name. The Viper was his name. It goes on and on and on. You explain to me about all the names that he came up with an he named all those cars. That's fantastic. Now, did you tell him that you were sorry to learn that he wasn't the designer of the original Maserati Ghibli? No I didn't. So we got around to talking about Froua because I also had a mistral spyder through is a very important designer for me. I really liked the work that he did some of the prettiest cars they're so clean and so elegant. So understated I ended up having three or four maybe five of his prototype cars. So he said no problem. So his nephew Giuliani Molinari who spoke very good. English and he was in charge of PR at the time. Guiliani took us over to Mr Fluid. Studio in his little mini Cooper and there's my wife and I in his little mini cub. Ernie I'm not a small guy and in many cooper and we're driving across town. Giuliani, took us over to his office and through his wife Gina, was the receptionist. So we come in and Giuliani rattles off some Italian. By Senior Mandarin Mississippi ornamental. Mr Pruitt. He wasn't there. So she sit on delighted he says whether big fans of yours and Blah Blah Blah he left. So there's Janet is sitting Mr Fluids Office waiting for the Big Guy to return and he was big. It was very rotund Mr through didn't shy away from a good bowl of pasta through arise and he doesn't speak in English any we shake ads and niceties e takes us into his studio and he walks us around shows us he's drawings and I remember those. A drawing of a Rolls Royce like a one fifth scale or one and a half scale up on his drawing board that he was working on at the time and he had lots of things around when Mr Fluid died his wife Jeanette gave.

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"john aurora" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter welcome back with myself and Frank Mon- Toronto Frank. It's good to have you back on the show and we're going to pick up where we left off. But first let me introduce frank to those who might not have joined for the first go round frank is an Italian car lover and a Maserati and auto and and a lot of ways. I'd call him the Maserati Guru Frank kept the flame of the tried at alive during the nineteen eighties and nineteen ninety s you ended the M. i. e., which is. The MASERATI information exchange really maserati enthusiasts know that as the parts and restoration Mecca for these great cars back in the day. But you've done more than that the founder of Concourse Italia No to me it's the best con corker event in the world. You're also the founder of Car Guy Tour. Italian, we'll talk about that last episode we talked about all things Maserati but this time, let's broaden the conversation a little bit talk about the place where talion car history, and some of the best food is made. You told us about your first trip to Italy and your. First encounter with a Maserati what happened after you made that first maserati discovery purchased a Maserati, thirty, five, hundred gt immediately broke, and then I spent a year finding parts and that's when I decided to found this club together with my wife and that brought us into the mid seventies we called Mr Shell Cavalier in San Francisco and introduced ourselves as as Righty Club. He at the time was in with. Mr. Di Tomasso owing Mr. Volley had the western rights to distribute Maserati and import them in. So Shell Cavalli cleared the way for us to go to the. Factory in Italy in February of seventy eight, this would have been my second time in motor with a visit to the factory and to meet Mr de Tomasa who is now the new owner of Miserotti. We landed at the Lanark Day airport and we were met at the airport with a driver and a brand new Kyle Lami. That's a rare Maserati most people in America don't know what that is because it was never brought over here. It was never imported into the US. They didn't make that many of them I. Don't think they made more than one hundred but. It was a car derived from the loss champ, which was Di Tomasso two door car that was sent to fruit and fresh and up Tom. Charter, did the launch APP de Moscow took the launch amp and send it over to fruit and senior fruit fresh belong champion the. was derived from that design and the. Of course was named for the famous race track in South Africa where Peter. Rodriguez success in the Cooper Maserati v Twelve. So they named their cars after race tracks and after wins typically with the exception of the Merrick Romano Corgi medicine at the airport he was our driver to take us down to the factory and of course, or nine hours of jet lag landing in Italy, and we get in this economy and this guy is going one hundred and twenty five miles an hour down the Estrada back. Then they really didn't have any speed limits and he's holding a right. Up Behind somebody of three feet from the rear bumper and they would drift over to the right and he would go pass them. It was an amazing experience writing with this test driver and what we've come to find out was a serious engineer from the experimental. Department who worked on a lot of the racing cars and was involved in testing the birdcage and newest cars that they were experimenting with at the time of course, would have been to be Turbo Maserati oil instead of bluntness veins. From that moment, we met he and I had become good friends even today when. I go to motor now usually run into him in the Piazza I'll give them a call and we'll meet for a coffee. So we arrived at the canal around the hotel and we checked in and Mr Daviau had made arrangements for all expenses paid to are pleasant surprise when a class act, we get a call from the front desk and they say Mr Deeds Tomasso requests you have dinner with them downstairs at seven thirty and we said, okay again, we're all jetlagged out. So we arrive downstairs in the restaurant and there is Mr Tomas O., his wife Isabella his son. Santiago and one of Santiago Sprint Santiago was I think about nineteen at the time member I'm like thirty, four, thirty two, not very old, and so we're sitting at this round horseshoe style booth that was his favorite booth and were sitting there, and we meet the niceties exchange and we're starting to have dinner, and we're talking about Maserati I bring up the Ghibli and how beautiful the give was and he said, yes, I designed it I made the mistake of saying well, I'm sorry but I understand it is generally Jaro designed it and he said adamantly, no, I designed it. By Force? Pushed back. Maybe one more time and said, well, I'm pretty sure it was designed by John. Aurora we Kinda got off a little bit of a bad start there. That's Caesar. Rewriting history isn't it? Since then I've come to learn whenever you speak to any Italian about a car if they were anywhere near the car they designed or they engineered it. You talked to Moscow he did all the engineering on the cars. If you talked to Giulio out fieri, he designed it he engineered it they all Kinda claim credit for the car no matter how small the portion they are involved in it. So every morning, that'd be a new driver to come pick us up. We really got the five-star treatment that was thanks to Mr Cavalli every morning driver would be waiting for us. So they bring us in our room and they say your drivers ready and so we'd come downstairs and it'd be a driver there and he would take over to the factory. We'd spent some time at the factory and The next morning, the driver came down and take over to some restoration shops and some of the places and take us to a shoe shop. I don't know what they're thinking. But one morning he said your drivers there and we came downstairs and we well, where's the driver and he says it's Mr. Toki over there I looked over there and it was actually guerrino. Toki. The man that was without fury Maserati in one thousand, nine, hundred, fourteen, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, six, he had to be one hundred years old he was like at least seventy, five years old but boy, could he drive? He couldn't speak any English so Ronald C. C C and we got into a law champ in green over talkie drove my wife and I out to the D. Tomasso factory. So guerrino Pataki tears off down via cannot `Grande doing bud seventy miles an hour. It's just frightening ride and then he turns left on Via Amelia, any cranks it up meanwhile he's turning around talking to me in the backseat. My wife is in the front seat in the back seat he's turning around talking to me and Italian going Blah Blah Blah I mean the guy was an excellent driver so we cannot to Moscow my wife and I are white drenched in sweat scared to death it was a harrowing. Drive so that was that day and that went entre three or four days, and then we finally left and went off to Taran in interim we went of course over to meet Mr Genero at a design he had been expecting us and we talked with him and whatnot and I was asking him through his interpreter. He doesn't speak English I told them my Maserati Club, and at the time I had a Maserati Bora course he designed them as ready and he gave me a lithograph of the Maserati Bora, which was very nice when he signed it, I haven't up on my wall here behind me and it says to my fiend misspelled friend. Mr Jaro you don't need to know how to spell. You just need to know how to draw cars. I guess when he left for Tony went to found a towel design as I guard for his own company. I. Guess was the Bit Sereni Manta that wild three. Cedar which he made one. He's a great guy with a tremendous sense of humor in one of his claims to fame is these are. Very good at naming cars. That's interesting because designer usually doesn't get to name as creation golf. GTI. was his name. The Viper was his name. It goes on and on and on. You explain to me about.

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"john aurora" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"And Marketing G. O., L. D. spilling from every corner of the Dark Horse Entrepreneur HQ. So let's get to the starting gates and go. All right. My fellow Dr Courses Today's guests John Mada new started his incredible Sales Samurai journey back in his twenties. Yeah. You Heard Me Sales Samurai and he served under His Majesty's pleasure the British armed forces so even though he didn't feel like He was destined to be a soldier for the rest of his career. This experience kind of set the stage for his entrepreneurial path towards becoming a sale simmer I get John found this niche of his own by by combining his martial arts skills to complement his sales career having achieved a black belt in karate along with competing number in in numerous other arts he applied the mindset and strategies of the arts to his sales, allowing him to close deals like Ninja. John's life experiences enabled him to really empathize with people and their situations turning him into this problem solving assassin you feeling a trend here I like this not only does does he have this successful promising a sales future? He's also a speaker in the podcast host of success breeds success. So let's give John Aurora darker I welcome sale summary, Joe First of all John Welcome to the show. All right. Glad to have you here. It's not sleep pleasure to be on the DOT COM Schol of the negative issue as well. Thank you. I'm I'm going to step back in a moment to let you tell your story but I I WANNA make sure we get into this Sale Samurai thing because it's such a cool. I'm a big as you and I have discussed before I'm a big martial arts fan from from way back in my teens days. So when I saw Sale Samurai. I'm like, okay I have to talk to this guy before we go there. Let me just you know hand you the microphone a you tell your story. Came from what you do in why you love doing what you're doing. Yeah I mean I'm from a time called Bolton which in the northwest of England on this is kind of Manchester if I'm guessing most people have month justice saw yeah it's near the. Best, cow I kind of dot frequency, the frequency teenage years I was just doing kind of monotonous jobs and never really kinda phone. What still is Internet work to fly and. Kind of. What we start to take and then I kinda got into mealy twenty fault, right? For this, I'm going to do so. Get me out if saw I went into the British. As you've already mentioned, it didn't really work I. I would I didn't feel I was in the right regimen and was number of reasons why didn't pursue as a fulltime career? But I did some some really good life's goes a the two years I was the do teach you a lot of good stuff discipline, perseverance, kind of thing. Those traits are took from up. And then moving on I kind of when a left I kind of fell into the saw security industry driving work which love. Tend to do. So I was doing a lot of like cat. Nightclub secure in festival circuits and things on driving trucks and Robbie but never really kind of got me teeth into that. Never. Really. Felt that it was not wanting to persevering..

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"john aurora" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Know it leaves this is a bioweapons all China's fault and all that kind of stuff is is just nonsense it's just right wing crap John Aurora Illinois Hey John what's on your mind today he yeah I I usually stay at you'd need earlier caller call about the restaurants everything I'd service restaurants and everything in the restaurants he made out of stainless steel if you go to the grocery store you know think about the slicers mean by lunch meat that's all stainless steel develop very clean very well and I can I can guarantee about ninety five percent of restaurants out there you'd be discussing with our you referenced in my earlier note that stainless steel is the single surface on which coronavirus lives longest average three days I am and it just makes everything look at ATV garnered bakery departments all drag everything everything that has to do with manufacturing of food is made out of stainless steel and if most people don't clean very well so I'd be very hesitant to that and to go with the last caller the guy who's standing who's using white gloves I've been wearing the just not the the nitro gloves that you you know you just take off to throw in the garbage are you there during the day and everyone that everywhere because I mean I I own restaurants all day long I go places and I'm exposed to thousands of people and you're saying that people don't think about is that these are the least paid to people in the country they don't get high marks they're going to work sick because if they don't go to work they're not getting paid and they can't afford that did people who can't afford to miss a day late and a homeless yeah so I mean if you think about it I don't see anything in trump's speech yesterday about actually taking care of the people who he did that he did this again a fact yeah I'm just you know it's just construct I guess you just shut up but that's my thoughts no no I I'm with you John.

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"john aurora" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:06 min | 2 years ago

"john aurora" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A new call our but an old listener we're looking for new listeners like that new listeners that but we've attracted to the show maybe moved here research so it's a new show what's in all shown a new time slot made a lot of people moved into a Colorado recently and they point Hey this Dave Logan guy yeah yes Sir yes Sir that pops out of their pie hole tarian roars next on KO hi Terry hi a wall after all about I have to tell you I'm an old list from your afternoon drive time so I miss you guys so trying to catch in your new slot but thank you but I wanted to say was a day that I can remember so clearly when you sad and I think it was two thousand thirteen mind paying almost but not the numbers the Broncos were the Darling of the NFL media we were relevant all wanted to know what was going on here and use the Bronco fans you need to enjoy this and remember at because that's rarely happens that I may not ever happen here again and I think Bronco fans just feel like franchise quarterbacks grow on trees in Denver and didn't really you know believe video but now that we've seen other side of the court I really yearn for the days of all I guess I would say well you know we're a profit well then I don't know but that Terry thanks thanks a lot for listening and a calling to I mean breaking cat that we we've talked about this before and I say this in a in a positive way Bacchus fans are spoiled they they've been spoiled to a franchise that has had just unbelievable sustained success and also to all time quarterbacks it John Elway for sixteen years if Peyton manning here though the the latter portion of his his career though those are you know I I think it's pretty safe to say two top ten quarterbacks and some people even say two top five quarterbacks no doubt it's a quarterback league you got to have the quarterback it's really tough to win consistently without that guy yeah and the Broncos have been spoiled Broncos fans have been spoiled in any even when this team was a playoff caliber and count the number of years aside from the last three maybe this one that they that the Broncos were not at least a playoff caliber team used to be eight eight season you look at and say mess a horrible year that's not right you know not not by NFL standards look at other franchise cultures got fight Wade Phillips got fired after going made made Wade Phillips I think she did too what he ate natives last year what's the Mike was a native's first year and he might have been I think it was a thousand two thousand and eight he might've been eight Nate that year as well so really only in Denver can you get fired after an eight made season and that shows you how great this franchise a better when you think about it Joe Flacco I'm not put in jail in the same classes Peyton manning or John Elway but he did win a Superbowl so you have another Super Bowl winning quarterback part of this franchise right now so give the Broncos Broncos had been that team they've been they've been great and and I did say in that the long as I've lived here yeah you're right my crusade Nate no wait and he was also a name his first yeah you get fired at eight Nate well they are eight and five that year and then lost their last three games in law's provision that's right yep that was not good finish Jeff endeavor joins us on KO a nine forty three AM is Tuesday Jeff Hey I am somewhat of a new listener I've never heard of this Dave login guide but I need a favor I was wondering if you all would be interested in hosting ace Ording event and for charity and I was just wondering if that's possible to do what I want to do is I want to challenge a guy to a boxing match and at the end of the boxing match I'd like to take all the proceeds and donate it to a local charity here in town the listeners I tried to do that one time let me work out you challenge I go to a boxing match no I want to I want to challenge you got to a boxing match on your show at a local boxing area around here and do so a chip maker that sharing of them so you box can you buy no I don't know I don't but I am related to a famous boxer that counts so this is a guy you know like no well he's my next door neighbor you guys have in a dispute over some sort were having a dispute and want to challenge him to a boxing match and I want to donate the proceeds to a charity here in town let let us help you let us get the particulars first of all what age range are you and and what age range is he at well he's probably in his forties and I'm in my fifties mid fifties side size of both we're close to the same size he's a little shorter okay I'm a little call in reader's digest the answer here what seems to be the problem through my American flag wave that has been sitting out on my and the reason why I would want to do it a charity event is for American veterans or children of American veterans or some other kind of charity what what what would you do that he walked to your balcony and stole your American flag well he took and answered in the garbage why I don't know users so some kind of a mood and it's been pretty much bothering me for days so it does feel like you're you're patriotism is a problem for him but I guess maybe I mean have you what have you talked to him about it not yet I figure I talk to you guys and then if we could make an event where we could take it and make a donation from the proceeds and put it towards a charity maybe he'd be interested in it and we could settle the dispute and go on from there last thing how do you know for certain he did it I was there when he did it did it in front of me and you said I told him that if he's going to do that two of the American flag that we couldn't be friends anymore and that's not good enough for him so I think what we need to do is disputed because we live so close together so I think this will be a ways to finalize everything soak before let you go Jeff what was the flag in the Commons area it was on sale of it's it's by the mail boxes and the flag of been up there since July fourth okay is he a citizen yes okay so he's not offended by the flag resented by flags offended by the word is funded by the flag is funded by the the the country but he reaps the benefits of this country all right well Jeff here here's what we would we would suggest so that what that dude and talked to him a bit I mean if the flight is in a common very if there's some sort of H. away provision the state she can't you know you can't fly I mean I don't I don't know he did so he lives in in an individual home maybe it's an apartment complex or something maybe maybe there are rules against that I don't know but before you want to get into a boxing ring you might want to try to work that thing out yeah I certainly would let somebody walk on my property in **** the American flag but it I don't I don't know if this story that's the case it does sound a little tricky we don't know enough yes and does he want to do the boxing is his neighbor everybody wants the box I don't want to you get hit in the face that Mike Tyson quote everybody has a game plan tell your punched in the face yeah I know it's I I firmly believe that I yeah this by this box until somebody hit you right in the kisser John Aurora joins us on KO hi Joe Hey how's it going guys good how are you Hey good Hey I appreciate the show man you guys are awesome thank you Joe thank you Joe you know I'll just wanted to talk a our yes yeah how long you been listening about four minutes yeah five go ahead you know maybe about a couple weeks but Hey I wanted to talk about the whole MRI if you guys were talking about yesterday yeah we're talking about the Broncos player who got hurt in the game Sunday they gave me an MRI very quickly and we were wondering if it was at the stadium right so on an MRI tech and an MRI tech for about twenty years now basically it why the really expensive and again most teams and most companies are going to just put one in because they're like multiple millions of dollars right right will be cut these teams are associated with a company that can do the MRI in an hour or two or whatever it is but I think it is in that MRI eyes are a safety issue so you can have just anyone going in there and that's the problem because those MRI machines are like at a one point five test for MRI they're like thirty thousand times more powerful than the earth's magnetic field what what what so what do you say and do what you mean you just can't have anybody going in there what what he meant right because it's a safety issue because implants you have to check people for implants like some people have peacemakers or any real sure sure but when a we're one of the leaders were not assuming the NFL would would not do that they're not going to put one of the players in an MRI without doing all the due diligence right I mean it works well but here's the thing is that a lot of people confuse MRI with cats can't so the problem with the the stadiums probably have cat like a casket machine learning now they have a mission with exact they have xray machines there in a couple stadiums have MRI is yeah there's as well why it won't be pretty should be they can't have they don't have them in the stadium but they're like right outside no there in the state in their stadium there's two stadiums that have MRI is in them I I mean yeah I'm back I just looked at it yesterday but I mean yeah that the MRI is the bridge sensitive area not the thing with that you know you know it's just you know it can sucker for cleaner into the into the machine I mean if you don't bring the right equipment into the room it'll it'll suck it right into the machine so that that's the other issue with the two and then there's like a whole bunch of like regular regulatory stuff that you have to go through but like if the room has to be special because it's like a ferret cage so you know no RF can penetrate the room otherwise the images no good yeah well I'm I'm I'm we're not we're not we're not debating that what you're saying is true joke and thanks for the call then I'm certain the NFL follows MRI protocol right I mean you would think so I don't think they just let some amateur give the guy the MRI there would be an MRI tack you said in imara recently I just had to go yeah now that there's a doctor and that's on staff at the Paul Brown stadium that says you're in the MRI scanner less than five minutes of your plan yeah they do have them at in a fill stadiums for sure so and this doctor works at the.

"john aurora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:52 min | 3 years ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In tonight in place of gambling finisher reality check policies, Devon Prater. That is an issue we perceive as being on our end at this point, the last moment similar experience was earlier this week on Willie show with the governor were working on it. We're monitoring idea they're short of that. I I am powerless to fix the current situation. But I do feel bad forever in Prater that we've put him through that. And I certainly appreciate Chad Brendel from bearcat journal who went to great lengths to to help facilitate this. And we're not able to deliver on this end. If you're looking for more on Evan Prater? Chad in the the fine folks at bearcat journal dot com have everything and anything to about Evan Prater in the impact on the football program and the significance of this day with the quarterback at Wyoming high school, the junior class of twenty twenty verbally committing. To the Bearcats earlier today. Reds lose today. One nothing was the final score. The fireworks really were saved until the ninth inning today while the early firework was the Syndergaard home run, but in the ninth inning Jesse Winker leading off the inning was he jetted on a called strike to in his at bat argued with the home plate umpire Marty foster was ojected. David Bill came bolting from the dugout trying to save him from section couldn't do it. He was ejected as well w jecklin that left Kyle firmer having to pinch hit for Winker entering the box with account of oh to inheriting the oh. To count. He struck out on the next pitch. So that was the first out of the inning a Dietrich singled Suarez struck out for the second out of the then then Dietrich singled pinch-runner was Michael the Renton he stole second. And that was the first time the reds runner in scoring position. But the game ends on your CO Puig out. Struck out to end the game. He went oh. For four on the day. First three at bats. He saw three pitches today did Puig. He's won for his last twenty. He is batting one seventy eight. Now, I will say this about the home plate empire, and I hate making things about officials or empires. But but I'll say this mardi foster was awful today. If you were watching just through your own eyes. You saw how bad his strike zone was I can back that up through the website umpire auditor in the Twitter account at empire auditor, that tracked all the balls and strike calls today by mardi foster and showed it was his worst game in his major league career behind behind the plate. He missed twenty five percent of his calls today. At least twenty-five percent said the website now meeting that's take out there were two hundred and twenty two pitches in the game. Take all the pitches that were actually putting play that number that was left one out of every four the pitches that he. He called ball or strike. Was wrong today that according to unpire auditor that is a bad day on the gig as a home plate empire tonight. Now having said that as I said earlier that may be all true mardi foster at a really bad day behind the plate. Jesse winker? Can't get thrown out. He just he can't no matter. How bad the pitch was. Or wasn't no matter what he said. Or didn't say I know this in the ninth inning of a one nothing game with Jesse Winker leading off as the guy leaves your team in home runs in other than Joey Votto has the best plate discipline on the team. Jesse weaker can't get tossed. He did was he egged on was he baited it kind of appeared that way, it appears though mardi foster wanted a piece of Jesse Winker was having a bad day. Let's get this thing over with. I got dinner. I got a flight. I don't wanna be here. Jesse may have said something I didn't notice. Jesse don't they? Jesse said anything directly to him initially as if the show him up batters will enjoy vodkas good at this. If they disagree with the pitch they will in the in the zone, they may step out or step back in. But they'll be looking at to the pitcher, and they'll be talking to the unpire as did not show him up to not turn around and directly, you know, wave the arms or make the eye contact and make a motion. I did not initially see that from Jesse Winker. And yet he got run by mardi foster, right or wrong. I fall back on this. Jesse Winker just can't put himself in a position to even have it entered the mind of Mauri foster, I've had a bad day and allies thing I need is this guy yapping at me, you're out. You just can't do that reds lose one. Nothing. Third inning was the only run of the game. Tell her male pitch really, by the way, the one run today. The home run by Syndergaard. The exit velocity was almost one hundred six miles an hour. Syndergaard. Hit it almost one hundred six miles an hour. Second home run of his career. But Malley for the day went five innings gave up the one run. Now. I know that the criticism will be in a heard it during the broadcast. How you take it out Tyler Mali after five innings when he's only thrown it was eighty five pitches. Yeah. Five innings four hits one run. No walk seven strikeouts. Eighty four pitches. He was pound in the strike zone. Sixty two strikes. They took him out. David Bill will tell you. He had pitched. Well, the sixth inning was three lefties coming up the first three hitters of the six lefty lefty lefty lefties have owned Tyler Molly to this point in the season hitting about three eighty against him. So David did what he's done he mixed and matched the rest of the way. He got what three innings out of the bullpen scoreless work. Zach do came in in the six he's your lefty to get left. He's out got three out. Oh he walked the leadoff batter. Then get the next three out. Robert Stevenson pitched a scoreless seventh. David Hernandez pitched a scoreless eighth reds bullpen three innings. No runs on the day. I will say this about the concern about the bullpen. And look, I I hesitate to believe they're going to be able to maintain this pace both from a strength standpoint. And it success standpoint. But entering the game today. I'll ask you lock in your answer. Here. If I were to ask you out of thirty teams where the reds rank in bullpen innings. This season innings thrown by the bullpen. Where do you think the reds ranked entering the game today at a thirty teams? They were twenty twenty-first tied for twenty first. The rays of throwing the most innings out of the bullpen. They don't really count because they to the bullpen thing. But the angels are second one hundred thirty eight innings out of their bullpen. The reds have one hundred three the major league average is one hundred nine let me repeat that for the hand wringing that's going on the average major league team has used their bullpen for a hundred and nine innings. David bell is used his one hundred and three. It's not just David bell. It's not just the reds. It's the trend in major league baseball bullpens are being used more than they've ever been used before. But in this case at a thirty teams the reds are all the way down to twenty one in terms of overall usage. Now, it would be fair to point out. He's using a lot of guys to get those inex- a lot of you get an out you get an out, and you give me two outs that may on the surface be well, he only used him for five pitches and used him for seven, and we'll that guy was all used for eleven true. But they're all getting up. They're all getting warm. They're all getting hot. And they're all being brought into the gay that will have an accumulative effect continue to add up and wear down your bullpen. So I guess he's using a lot of relievers. But he's not using them a lot is that I want to say it. Yeah. He's using a lot. Like throwing three and four relievers into the game over the course of the final few innings, but he's not using them. A lot inside of being in the game. If that makes sense. I think it does up to go back and listen to the podcast later. But, but I think that came out the way I wanted to buy main point was just perspective. It's not nearly as bad as you think. I would assume that had I had you sitting in front of me, you would you would have said David bell. He's using his bullpen more than any team in baseball. No there's twenty teams who've used more bullpen innings this season than David Bill. I know this. I don't have an explanation for why these team isn't hitting you can point to and I hesitate to point to Turner ward. I I just refuse to believe a teen tanks. This significantly offensively not on purpose, obviously. Because of a change in the hitting coach just I mean easy somewhat culpable yet. But I'm a believer in personal accountability. In and there's many position players are on this roster at twenty five who just not them or other than other than Caselli in glazes. Nobody's hitting on this team. I don't know. How you explain that? I do not. When we continue with the check on news. We'll try to talk with Phil Castellini. He'll be our second attempt for communication via the phone lines tonight. If not in the eight o'clock hour when John auroras scheduled I'm going to grab some tin cans and some string and there's a telephone pole over here by the FBI building. Maybe I'll scale the telephone pole and hold the tin cans to my ear. John, john. Can you hear me? It is seven thirty on the home of the rich NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w..

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"john aurora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"john aurora" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Loud has been three days off day weather announced today, even though it's chilly out. It'll be the second game of the big one sixty two. And it's the reds debut pitchers Suttie gray acquired in the off season. From the New York Yankees. He'll be opposed by Trevor Williams coming off a career year for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Fourteen wins in twenty eighteen for Williams. Those are today starting pitchers brought to you by western and southern financial group helping to make Cincinnati the best place to live work and enjoy life. Yes, it's the reds and the pirates after a glorious opening day to the twenty nine thousand nine season. Now, can they replicate it with a win today? We shall see Cincinnati, of course, celebrating its one hundred and fiftieth year of professional baseball, the oldest as we know and to most of us the best franchise and all of of organized baseball major league or otherwise. And some of it likes to chronicle history is my next guest. He is someone who I referred to as the moral and social conscience of Cincinnati sports journalism and John Aurora is at it again. He has a brand new book out called baseball revolutionaries. Sounds like it could be some sort of third world country come north or it could be somebody that just kind of stirred the pot up all those years ago. We'll find out as we welcome in on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline, the aforementioned moral, it's social conscience of Cincinnati sports journalism. John John, welcome to the show. How are you? Can't. Thank you very much. Yes. I was not around in eighteen sixty nine. But I feel like I was and I'm all set to talk about. So you did not know Gutenberg, right? Hey, matt. Now baseball revolutionaries. Let's talk about that. That's your new book that's out. And you're going to have a big launch to that. At Joseph Beth this coming Wednesday this coming Wednesday. We'll get into the times and whatnot. But anyway, tell me a little bit about the concept of this book. The concept was something. I couldn't resist because it actually for me came little too quickly on the the book last year, which speaking of third world countries having just come back from Cuba. Serious iron our. But when the one fifty came up. Had no choice, but to dive in and the most amazing thing to me about the book was yet. Just one hundred fiftieth anniversary amazing thing seems very fresh and current because the Heiner bit team here we right in this spring training modern day uniform defensive shifting analytic international baseball to the current one hundred fifty years ago, Harry Wright, Harry Wright, and his brother was George right Georgian. Thing about George was the best hitter on the team and the best all around player in baseball. Very bad at his Brother Number One in why? Because the guy got him. Forerunner van. How about that? So so these guys that are at the epicenter of what baseball is all about. And certainly here in the greater Cincinnati area. A lot of them were ahead of their times. I mean, if you're talking about analytics and analyzing things like that. And that was at the games inception. So there was no history. There were there were no sabermetrics to fall back on no war anything like that. So that's that's kind of the epicenter for it. They were basically inventing history and my favorite stat and the whole book, it's not really a status more or less than lightning materials that George right was born two years after the invention of the shortstop position, which he revolutionized and get this twenty one years later, he was playing the position in Cincinnati. A few years ago. I found his granddaughter who said it is knee in Boston being taught about the game. And I couldn't believe that. I found the granddaughter boy Gail who the guy who basically invented shortstop he revolutionized it, and it is very much. The position we see being played today. And and your co authors on this or Greg road. So we know and Greg gauges is that his name. Yeah. Greg ages did a great job because he's basically our chief researcher and my favorite number. He came up with was it. And the first baseball league was basically in eighteen seventy one two years after they started the game here in Cincinnati. The city is I call say to me baseball famous, but my favorite status eighteen seventy one the year the first league did you look at the number of balls in play the ball is in play ninety five percent of the time. Now, it's only sixty five percent of time. Why is that? Strikeouts. To walks. A lot of home runs and get my favorite of all the stats is basically back then one triple per game. Now, it's one triple per five games. So let's get back to the exciting baseball eighteen seventy one. I think that's the way the game is going John. I just you look around the league there's an emphasis on offense. And there's a real emphasis on on games that have that in our entertaining. And I think that's what this team this year is going to be I think it's going to play a lot of games at finish eight two six six two four seven to five. I think you're gonna see a lot of what has become the norm and other cities here, it's not a reflection on bad pitching. I just think that there are so many analytics right now about ball release and spin and all that that hitters are just getting more information on pitchers, and they in our staying ahead of the curve that way, and and finally it seems like the reds are catching up to that. Yeah. It's very true. My favorite interviews. You had was on last week with Joshi. He made the point that all the rules. Baseball is trying to put into the game today and experiment with an independent leaks. Have nothing to do with the amount of action in the game. And that's a big drop off. MLB not to pay attention to that. Because again, it you don't have excitement in the game. You don't have much of a game. And really we're getting away from the excitement part of it. You know, one of the things I I wish adding with John he is the moral and social conscience of Cincinnati sports journalism. And I know because he never corrects me when I say that one of the things I think that's cool about this book that you've written baseball revolutionary subtitle. How the eighteenth sixty nine Cincinnati. Red stockings rocked the country and made baseball famous if they were not only making this stuff up as they went along. You gotta remember there weren't a lot of teams to play back then. So the other other other cities other groups were looking at the reds and saying, well, wait a minute. That's pretty cool. Why don't we get aside together and see if we can't play them? So it's kinda like, Adam and eve, right? I mean. Indiana Aviv to make the thing keep growing, and I think that's that's one of the neat things about eighteen sixty nine it's not just the reds. The red stockings started here, but they spawned all these other teams around the mid west baseball was coming alive in one of the things I say about it is that other cities copied Cincinnati because they wanted to advance their city through the sports itself familiar with Chicago took off on it. And actually by year two it's a planet. Cincinnati's the top Facebook sitting in America. But the game was invented if you will in New York in the red stockings went there for a month long trip to the east and went undefeated twenty and old road trip. Came back with the toast to the nation's storm months later took the transcontinental railroad which was in its first year out to the west coast won all the games there. So they were just absolute pioneers, and they say much more current than people might think well, speaking of current John we only have one game to build on one game to see you've always been optimistic when it comes. To the reds every season. What do you see for this team this year? Well, I refused. The rain on any great because I do believe hope springs eternal. I'm looking for low eighties win total and for them to be in the conversation in September and really after four years left place. It's all we can ask. I'll be thrilled. I think most of the sandy will too. I was down there opening day, and as Tucker Barnhart said just incredible excitement in the clubhouse and on the field and the stands that was one of the best part of. All right. Let's talk about let's talk about your your book unveiling its this Wednesday. At Joseph Beth what time and you'll have copies there to sign. I would think. Yes. Seven PM Joseph this coming Wednesday. Book is also available on Amazon read tall theme. Joe's about the chorus booksellers on songs square, one of my favorite things to do with the book or something. We kind of pulled out which was double h a map of eeking sixty nine Cincinnati again city, the main baseball famous. Yeah. Beautiful print of that available for sale as well. Going to be helped can be the reds hall of fame on other places..

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"john aurora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"john aurora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Anybody offer was there discussion about this particular individual today? We did anybody say that he had made threats or to be to look out for. John. What is your schedule? Do you work? Do you get in the morning and ended this shooter? Did you see him this morning as you started your day or did he appear? He wants right by. So this morning you saw the shooter just walking in like a normal day. Did he did he have a bag with him? Did you notice? So what time China take us through a little bit of time line here? What time with with? Suspected shooter have reported to work this morning. Seven o'clock in the morning and you saw him it seemed like a normal workday. Was there a lunch break at some point? So you work your seventy seven AM shift day over. Three thirty three thirty. So this happened during his shift. Okay. Why did he do there? Assembly. Is is it do you have an assembly line? Or are these? Gloves. Okay. No. And I don't know that you have the answer to this. But would you know at some point would he have walked out to the parking lot vehicle and then came back. Blankets eight. Okay. John Aurora Aurora resident this this person. Do you know did he live out there? Yeah. Love. He you said you were at the other end of the building from his work position. Well. Well. From eighty. You saw him every day. John pope works at the.

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