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"john bob" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Disagree. I thought the the Jordan. John is a lot harder than I honestly didn't mind the right to say challenge. The only thing that I really hated without freezing cold, the water was. But I thought it was wasn't too bad, but the door from John Bob Samak. He's credible and like. Oh, my Gosh, you're saying and all I have to say. During that challenge, Mac you made it pretty clear that you wanted sky as a partner and you even asked ally. Yea. Sky And we later found out in the show I wanted skyline to. Yes, so he wasn't giving up. What was it about skyline? That made you want her partner back. Honestly before I even entered the challenge I didn't even have an idea about who I wanted yet. It was still like floating around, but I didn't really think about ours too much. It was while I was up there and. In the last two was like Ding I trump I at least let me get the person the one person that I want so. It was like who would that he. Like. Probably Skyline so it was like okay. My K. Elijah I drop. We'll give me her. Like I didn't mind winning. I didn't really want to win. Just wanted my partner, so that's why. Ultimately, was it. Was it the her personality, her performance in the first challenge. Like what was it that made? You want skyline everyone else. I think it was mostly her personality like. I feel like when we communicate with each other. She always gives me like a different perspective on things like she never just like agree, she's always like okay. Yes, but what about this and I think that's a good trait to have an apartment? In both want the color green or Our calm down over there. Oscar did not.
"john bob" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"John Bob Zimmerman here and on his side you can see video of the spectacular launch by SpaceX not in the daytime man pro but in the night time of starlings Bob water starlink well okay they just want to point out that the SpaceX did it's Manda minute launch on the weekend and then just three days later it followed up with a strong links falcon nine launch so then moving fast and they don't want to waste any time they they this company moves the starlink will of thought and I should point out that the first days on the starlink launch it was the fifth time that was used and it was the fifth time that landed successfully ready for re use again that's a pretty remarkable fact meanwhile they want sixty more starlink's that satellite that brings the total if they put in all that about four hundred and twenty and the goal of the starlink constellation is to provide worldwide internet access to everybody at a reasonable cost that gives your competition with your DSL company or your Comcast that's the goal of SpaceX here and they have now done about I don't know they've done about seven launches and the proportion twenty they need to put up a lot more they are planning to do about thirteen launches through the end of this year and those thirteen launches will get the satellite constellation ready for the beginning of operation SpaceX's does indicate that the biggest problem I have is not putting the satellites up and making them work but to work out the ground ground station contact with this constellation including maybe a ten can you have the right set of satellite dish in your home all you have to use major ground stations to then transfer the data to you and that's what they're working on now they have not indicated yet what the price would be per month but the expect that soon because they really do want to start offering the service before the end of the Bob where they successfully and either painting or constructing the starlink satellites so that they're not in a big astronomy problem well this particular set of us stylings head with the cooling veils all covers on and then they got this is another attempt to see if they can find a way to reduce the issue and they're going to test the efficacy of these will reduce their brightness so that astronomers will not be bothered by them and we'll just have to wait and see it just indicates they sex in this case is aggressively trying to solve that problem SpaceX is a disruptor AB Nasser clearly however the Europeans as well Bob you tell me that as the Arianna group is looking for a rapture engine why well okay Ariana group is the is a consortium of private companies that builds rockets for the European Space Agency and aid they are building the Erion six rocket that's going to replace the area on a flight in the area of the six is designed is supposed to be designed to reduce the cost of war so they can compete with SpaceX but it's been pretty clear now for the last two years that that rocket is not going to do that job it's not that innovative it's not re usable and so therefore it doesn't reduce the cost enough to compete with SpaceX they have had actually getting trouble getting their own partners in the European Space Agency to sign on and sign contracts with Aireon six is no point it costs too much so I mean I'm a group that's building Arianna six is now gotten approval from the European Space Agency to build a new rocket engine called Prometheus which would be using methane and oxygen as its fuel exes propellant and fuel and what's interesting about that is the best thing is the thing that SpaceX's using out of snow isn't that what cause trouble the other day was a math no interviews no anything before as a as a fuel and so SpaceX's do they put the adventures of methane is a whole lot and that's one of the reasons they are doing it but don't have a double force obviously got engineering to do to figure out how to make it work well no one else at home now I have a group is going to make their own mini engine and they make it very clear that purpose to do this is to build and they say there's a reusable engine that will reduce the cost by ten times in other words they are now facing the reality that they want to compete they've got to compete and they're going to build something to match SpaceX and I think that's really great capitalism in space includes creative destruction and we could say that is SpaceX and its brethren have destroyed big space the hubs Everman he keeps the website behind the black on John bachelor this is the John.
"john bob" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Bob Zimmerman. It is his it is behind. Black. Bob Zimmerman birthday. Generosity as much as we're going into the. To a photograph a series of photographs that were taken by new horizons in the fly by never is is moving on to the car while we're getting better and better images of ultimate true lag. The original snowman or Pillsbury doughboy, Bob, it looks to be a very beaten up by how do you see it? Yeah. This picture I posted a buying. These are the new resolution images of Altuna to lay that they released early this week. They coming down very slowly these images, I did monitoring the website, and they instantly making press releases when they show up. So I almost can't beat them to the punch. They get out before I do. But if they posted this, and I put it up, it's really a cool image. You must. It's very important. Understanding it gives the impression it looks like a snowman that's their first impression. But the bigger of the two loaves that you're looking at this image is actually flattened we're looking at it on it's a, and it's a particular. So that we feel why? Round object. But if it turns turned, we'd be looking at something that was thin flat. Which is really interesting fear attached to like, a flat walnut is the term. They used. That's really cool. This image shows us a bunch of different things. You know, you see some pets have no idea. What those pits were formed from you see the attachment the brightness of the attachment. You see brightness within some depressions that might be impacts. But I doubt it the brightness. Remind makes me think of serious actually, you know, what's coming in from below. Maybe who knows there's all the features rings circular patches on the terrain. I have no idea what the geologists you might have a much better idea than me. But this is a lot of guesswork. And look those pits, Bob, they look like Piccolo Piccolo. Holes in a musical instrument. One two three four together, you could play music with this. Well, you know, it could be hollow for all we know. We don't have them as I say, we don't have the density. So we really don't know how how we don't have the mass, which means we can't figure out the density, which means you really don't know a lot about its composition. Congratulations to the Japanese space agency because this is spectacular. Were you go is the name of the asteroid and Haya Busa to touchdown. How long? Just a few like twenty minutes at the whole plan. Was it was gonna come down touch the surface literally fire projectile into the surface, which would cause disturbance and material to come up and the materialist comes up would be captured within within the space craft itself. That's how it gets its sample. So over the next spring is going to be more excitement as they do. This again curiosity you noted Bob last time there had not been download of new images curiosity, new puzzle. If there was a Trump, if there was trouble there was it was yes, they announced they had a press release a day or two later in which they said, well, we went into safe mode, but we figured everything out in the space craft is everything is in good shape. We had to do some reboots, but we're suspending science operations while we analyze this the minimum they want to quote, they want to minimize changes to the memory. We don't want to destroy any evidence for what might have caused the computer resets, actually booted. So there have been no new pictures coming down. Down from curiosity for the past week. We're going to just have to wait and see what's going on here. I hear it has to do with the computers. Remember primary computer had a problem at the beginning of the mission. They went to the backup the backup had a problem. Last fall. They went back to the primary which has had problems. So it's working on a fragile. Bob Zimmerman keeps the website behind the black. I'm John.
"john bob" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And by the time you get to Live Aid. The the entire way Live Aid is portrayed as like they broke up which isn't quite true. Like they hadn't played in several years, which isn't true, and they reformed just for Live Aid. And that was their first show in forever. Like, none of that. Apparently was true. I don't think it's known exactly when he found out he had aids. And when he told the band that he had aids, but it almost certainly didn't happen. The way the movie says it happens like, even it was such a minor thing. But watching the actual Live Aid seeing like the thing the thing inside the phone banks where like nobody's calling into Live Aid. Like everyone's looking worried, and then queens starts playing everyone starts calling into live Ayla, just the insinuation that Live Aid was saved entirely by Queen. It's like all right guys. Like settle down. Like, it's I I think there's a line in spectrum in this this movie, especially late starts to cross it the facts all the facts that have to be right. But I think that the little inaccuracies the tilt toward myth. Just it all starts pile up, especially toward the end. Yeah. We should note. The Live Aid was a concert that also featured performances by Led Zeppelin Elton. John Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, like this is probably the biggest concert ever is that fair. To say. Yeah, I think that is fair to say see I mean that was the best performance. That's at the end that we're still talking about it. I don't think you you can say that without implying that like Queen did it single handedly. One thing. I can say though, undeniably, and we're not really spoiling anything. But the Live Aid scene comes near the end of the film, and it's sort of the day Newmont..
"john bob" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Ownership of thirty, two taxi medallions fence Fence AccuWeather some sunshine this morning giving way to clouds that'll be more humid we'll have. A shower thunderstorm, coming in from the jersey side later. In the afternoon and a high of seventy seven. Sixty six now clear skies humidity at seventy seven percent of the, Windsor com sixty, six we're going, up to seventy seven Wins news time six oh six attention marker may. Only be Tuesday but I think we have a couple of Schuman's here for goat of the week Santan Winstons Mike Lynch shucks live on the, ringcentral news line from borough park where these worthy contenders I. Came to our attention yesterday Glenn That's a good one by the way I. Like that goats on the Lam is what we're talking about here Lee are on the tracks anyway hours munching on grass and keeping cops. On the run and finally tranquilized and taken to, animal control here in Brooklyn, now the request came in pouring into. Adopt him yesterday in the end. It was Jon Stewart who personally loaded. Them into a truck last night and, took him up to a farm sanctuary and upstate Watkins Glen now we cut up at. The. Transit police. History twenty four is John Bob, and he was organizing all this rescue it's not exactly really been planning forty start this week on a Monday they were nervous and kept running personnel but we're able to get them. And tell you what the tracks. Avery From ABC cats and dogs whenever goats one here So these may indeed be the, goats of the week or maybe the year. Lee it seems they. Have years, ahead of them thanks to their hero Jon Stewart Gwen. Shock. Wins live. In borough park wins news time. Six oh, eight Nazi Hi rolled out wheelchair-bound Schalke Polly out of his home Jackson heights yesterday and they deported him to Germany the ninety five. Year old was the last known living Nazi collaborator in the US is Tara Palmeri reports at Pauley lied to immigration officials, when he. First entered the US. In nineteen forty nine and it wasn't until two. Thousand three that he was exposed it's an alleged war criminal and stripped of. His u. s. citizenship deportation drawing, rare praise for Trump from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer he's a, war criminal he didn't deserve to live in the United States he doesn't deserve. To. Die, in. The United States place of freedom and equality Germany was reluctant to take him so it's. Not clear what's going to happen to 'em prosecutors there doubt that they have enough evidence to bring charges against poly wins news time six oh nine seventeen year. Old hostal Partito an illegal immigrant from El. Salvador and a member. Of MS, thirteen has pleaded guilty to involvement in the murders of. Four. Young, men. Who Were. Hacked stabbed and beaten to death in a park on Long Island last year What's your admitted planning the attack with other MS thirteen members because they believe the four were, members of a rival gang could get life in prison when he's sentenced in January with some Democrats calling. For, the abolition of ice President Trump honored ice officers at a White House ceremony yesterday the true champions of Justice right, here in this room and they're proudly wearing the badge of, American law enforcement president blamed integrated, related crime on, Democrats and their lack of knowledge lack of. Understanding or a said just plain, stupidity sixty six degrees and we have clear. Skies we're going up to seventy seven, and that's how fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent, or, more on car insurance visit Geico dot com or call. One eight hundred nine four seven auto Patricia McKay was walking home in mount Vernon yesterday when an.
"john bob" Discussed on WDRC
"Feel like still tapped in he has been the loudest voice for thirty years that we need to become for north korea he has always said that we never had any barney they respect it they don't believe donald trump would use military force at the had to they're making a huge mistake i double last real quick have you ever seen something a situation where not only is the president had challenges overseas but he's got him at home he seems to have another party who was cheering for him to fail even if the us is the worst off four it well you know republicans didn't appreciate obama you know i never wanted him to fail felt what he was doing made no sense i've never seen anything like this now is involved in clinton's impeachment that was pretty raucous we're at a level now but president trump i haven't seen but he's got a block it out of his mind he's got a focus on doing things that needs to be done with iran and north korea he's proving to me that he's a very good commander in chief who can handle the pressure and the criticism and my money is on trump the north koreans have a pair of shoes and we have full house and we finally got somebody knows how to play cards and you also liked the team i know you like mike pompeo and i know like john bob that same might palm fails and all star john bolton as solid as a rock general mattis and john kelly and on and on and on great team here so president trump is doing he's changing the game in a way that makes sense everybody before him failed they're not bad people they just failed and we can't afford to fail anymore this is too dangerous now somebody's gotta bring this these these powers to heal and it happens to be donald trump and i think he's the right guy at the right time he's in everybody's head all of his critics donor oh what to do enemies are completely confused and let me tell you i think he needs to be that way here he's going to be the subject of every barbecue of every house everyone listening to us right now they're driving that car the one of the.
"john bob" Discussed on WLOB
"For him to fail even if the us is the worst off for it well you know republicans didn't appreciate obama you know i never wanted him to fail i felt what he was doing made no sense i've never seen anything like this now is involved in clinton's impeachment that was pretty raucous we're at a level now but president trump i haven't seen but he's got a block it out of his mind he's got to focus on doing things that needs to be done with iran and north korea he's proving to me that he's a very good commander in chief who can handle the pressure and their criticism and my money is on trump the north koreans have a pair of shoes and we have a full house and finally got somebody knows how to play cards and you also liked the team i know you like my mom peyot and i know like john bob that team mike pompeo's and all star john bolton as solid as a rock general mattis and john kelly and on and on and on great team but here so president trump is doing he's changing the game in a way that makes sense everybody before him failed they're not bad people they just failed and we can't afford to fail anymore this is too dangerous now somebody's gotta bring this these these powers to heal and it happens to be donald trump and i think he's the right guy at the right time he's in everybody's head all of his critics don't know what to do all of his enemies are completely confused and let me tell you i think he needs to be that way senator he's going to be the subject of every barbecue of every house everyone listening to us right now they're driving that car for word of the top three topics and every family's conversation good in bed is going to be president trump i've never seen anything like it and it's been the case for three years i don't know how you know.
"john bob" Discussed on WTMA
"Astronomy and space space interferometry in lunar orbit now i'm not sure what any of that means it's mainly testing the technology of a cube sat in interplanetary space that alone is on the cutting edge what's also interesting about one of these two microsatellites that called law long zhang's which means dragon river in chinese one of them has an instrument on it it's an optical microcamera that was developed in saudi arabia and so that's just an indication that there is international interest in the development of space that's what i call the new colonial movement and it's still moving forward john bob just detail about the chinese we've speculated about them and their big launch of their big lift rocket which you the which has not entirely been cleared up our they confident again that they're big lift rocket is is preceding correctly or are they still making do we know there's a to their of their confidence well it warrants of this release satellite indicates that they all confidence in the long march five rocket is been fixed and is going to be launching because this this relay satellite would only have been launched if they were going to launch the lleida luna missions and the later luna missions that they have the unmanned missions require the long march five and they've delayed this relay satellites launch because the long march five problems now that they probably have confidence they fixed those problems it was time to launch the relay satellite hey vince vince the chinese program is being funded by the general willingness of the chinese to allow a lot of competition and private enterprise within this society allow within out of three privates country country by country by any means but they allow the competition and the competition develops innovation and new ideas and that and it also produces a lot of prophets which goes into tax dollars which the government now can use for space and that's how the having prosper space program right now innovative something that russians have failed to do iran has the space program a surprise to everybody maybe and we've seen it or we've seen what could be the space program i don't think it's the space program but it's definitely a missile program the times had a really long article about this particular subject and i posted a link on behind the black to the.
"john bob" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Six but somehow getting neutrinos which they think key to this degenerate the blast that would cause a supernova no simulations have been really able to do with the simulations kinda like old fade out that duds well a new computer simulation on a supercomputer has successfully gone closer to six to solving this problem they've managed to make it so that the blast wave doesn't die out the neutrino blast wave doesn't die out and it gets enough energy to blast free from the stars core previously the material in the call with the slow the blast wave down now they've got it to blast free from the goal which means that they may be on next step closer to understanding what causes a super super nova to explode doesn't mean they know yet model john bob that this is the first interesting i know that we know supernova blow up when we know it has to do with you know the collapse that sent the call when the the the radio the fusion explosions is no longer sufficient to counteract the gravity is trying to crush everything so everything collapses and then you've got an explosion and produces a lot of neutrinos and the theory is that this produces the starter let me read does it let me read from the nature paragraph it is commonly thought that in in falling matter that hits the newly formed neutron star and rebounds creating a shockwave that ripples out from the center but the rebound alone is too weak to both reverse the collapse of material and send the outer layers of the star flying without some extra source of energy it stalls on his way out the shortfalls jan ca says the informant has been puzzling us for more than fifty years so bob i thank you for telling me what we didn't know i didn't always good to know what we don't know which is usually a lot he's a lot more than what we do though this is a case of that i've seen lots of computer simulations over the decades of supernova explosions and they always fail the blast wave the ideas the blast wave in the center will literally make the outer layers of the star crossed its upper layers rip them away and so the.
Tents Market Scope, Research and Growth Prediction 2018 to 2025 – Financial Analyst
"The year ago quarter than its peers and revenue for the entire industry should be up sequentially in line with seasonal trends after a challenge 2017 trading revenue will be the critical focus when goldman reports analysts are looking for goldman to post an adjusted profit of five dollars and fifty eighty six cents a share on revenue of eight and three quarter billion dollars jeff bellinger bloomberg daybreak thank you jeff all earnings are soaring the question is if they're soaring enough relative to expectations bloomberg's john tucker joins us live with details now john bob andrew sheets at morgan stanley speaks for many with his view of earnings expectations the first quarter firms is pretty good but good may not be good enough the impact of early income reports has been muted stocks were mostly falling after counties released results almost regardless of how good they were about twenty nine members of the sp five hundred that announced earnings through friday even those that beat analysts estimates shaw shares trail in first day reactions data compiled by bloomberg show among s and p five hundred companies that are reported this season stocks fell on average point seven percent on the first day after earnings john tucker bloomberg daybreak thank you shares of tests lower down eight tenths of a percent in early trading that's after the company temporarily suspended production of its model three sedan for at least the second time in roughly two months and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg karen that brings us to five oh seven on wall street the president loses a legal battle bloomberg's michael barr with the latest good morning michael good morning bob president donald trump lost an initial bid to review seized records by the fbi from his longtime personal attorney michael cohen however the judge did order prosecutors to make available to coincide turns all of the evidence seized in digital form the judge says she's open to a team separate from the lawyers in the case to review the evidence to determine privileged communications bloomberg's jeffrey grocott says there are two options one would be the coen teams preference of having a court appointed special master the documents the other option would be the government plan which would be usual in these cases which would be to have the.
"john bob" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The result was a thumbs down fifty two percent of shareholders voted against the resolution on executive pay the kind of plan that saw ceo bob either rika reap thirty six million dollars last year and could potentially award him with even more in twenty eight team the resolution is nonbinding with the company so what actually mean a change in executive pay here to tell us more bloomberg's la bureau chief chris paul mary chris break this down for us the stock has underperformed the last couple of years here they're tv business led by espn has lost fewer is also somebody other a businesses obscene profits declined so in that context all three of the major proxy visory firm said hey you know there is a really good alignment between bob igirs pay which is enormous and the company's performance so they recommend it to their shareholder clients devoted this down and this is the first time since these he'd been asking shareholders to say on pay that this has happened how does this have flocked john bob eiger himself well you know he's madison void these in a pass it was controversial wild back there was a push when he became both chairman and ceo that he shouldn't have both of those rolls you know his performance at that time it was outstanding and he won handily the company said today that they are going to have to take this into consideration and they probably will i mean he's signing a contract with him december included one hundred million dollar bonus now the company said well that's because we want him to stick around and see this major fox acquisition through but if the shareholders continue to voice their opinion are they have i don't think disney could ignore that what does this mean think of all this well the.
"john bob" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The put that person on the air yes on our show absolute if we got a call from somebody who said it hey i am a trump aide in what he's clearly wasted would we throw him on the air for a few hours of addo yes yeah one hundred percent yes i said that we are better than that no not at all anyway so we're going to do handle on the news jennifer jones league morning allow you to wayne resnick a series well hello i don't think shannon really thought that you both were better than that she does like to say what i was on vacation and so i was gone for a couple days and it'll take me probably end up about an hour to realize that were not better they're not remind was cleanse airwaves cleansed dazed in the snow yes all right amid john is over there in alex michelle running around as well it's a full full crew in here is he isn't it yeah there's a lot of people to play with going to get me here in like 45 minutes lead story came have not yet been on you know not nothing john bob come iraq campaign by the south yup s k y you know i don't know what the sale but i love it well it looks like the goodwill party that was the two and a half weeks of the olympics did some good leaders of north and south korea say they are going to meet at a summit of the two countries next month there are even going to open up a hotline between the leaders of north and south korea what will that sound like i know it's going to be an old landline i'm setting you up for a racist joke no no no you were doing and i'd tie was five i.
"john bob" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Anyway trouble again saturday that way but he's now he's now at the coast of the jackson and john bob show is he jackson or john bodies jackson he now goes under the uh the air name of stonewall jackson mm was it david muir moller mueller when he was on the radio before de niro air name be hour he did um billy bob it lands santigie actually the accident young proud mores is that a third person mornings worthy notice agc any morning in that is in mourning the washington repose that delta radio ceo david fuss says he believes it muller's side of the store he believes in muller said of the story they didn't do anything wrong he would say ky geo that was the radio station he was that it was rhino and jackson on the kygc out a guide you i in radio rhino and jackson a k y so who is this executive that believes his side of the story was he got to be like like a radio executive although i met a few of those yeah you know what i believe is the perfect i these absolutely great we are not doing this actually this guy acted double why she post we're not doing this for the publicity i really believes a great radio talent which is why is only working in a market of fourteen thousand people i'll he deserves to work i mean come on but i just wouldn't i don't i'm not sure he would go she guana lemon say the only believes him on this one we could dominate greenwood's agree would first bowler for says he's a very good hair talent extremely difficult to get people to come to mississippi delta to work i'll bet by the way the greenwood mississippi newspaper says that they've actually received complaints about ended a hired him from stead taylor swift fans but it now stonewall jackson they david voller uh says he showed at all internet worker at the national coming from the people the twitter net facebook instagram irs has errol not to give me voa there right now but i am go to your seat doesn't goudron the bogus come your way tickets at seven one eight that right john bob so he's done he's jackson john bob dole world aren't proud with you mornings refuse to play taylor swift and betty does this wasn't a great.
"john bob" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Pleaded guilty in december possession of child porn after cops found more than fifty thousand nasty images on his computer and a thumb drive he was going to be sentenced march seven prosecutors were asking for four to seven years in prison you know he's probably was knowledgeable of the fact that people that have been charged with what he's been charged with don't do too well in prison yeah yeah i remember that colorado disc jockey david miller who was accused of groping by taylor swift and went to court wednesday sued her but regular his career any loss well you got another job he's doing a radio show in greenwood mississippi is new name is stonewalled jackson his show is jackson and john bob murray his new boss was asked about the whole groping scandal and said well i sat down with them he told me the whole story stories either the world best liar always tell the truth i believe is urgent and most people who know all the details believes version to have yelled higher i have but grabber from colorado cabot call him stone wale jackson stonewall jacked say well you know it's funny is getting the probably a guy who should be in a bigger market hearing would miss loses psychic john bob yamba bob arum over him work the new and greenwood mississippi got a good gig i'm weren't with john bobbies my partner kind of that petty steel i note steel maybe he'll buy that house interesting moving is year remember jim ca visa will he was stunning as jesus in the two thousand four flick the passion of the christ while he says he is on board with director mel gibson for a sequel he tells usa today there are things i can't say that will shock the audience it's that great not much detail yet but the flick will focus on the resurrection of easel says i won't tell you how he's going to go about it but i'll tell you this much this will be the biggest film in history the original passion of the crowd was blessed duda to yourself original passion of the christ was pre resurrection brought in more than six hundred in eleven million dollars on a thirty million dollar budget it was and is the highest grossing are rated film ever made in north america a james cordon had.
"john bob" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Hmm no upi brees on wpro and news he does oh the his is is this no oh one oh peng i would appeal about paint unarguable no mm parking i'm not bad them no the core mm around only but man oh my god myth ugh maye and it the clinton no wa gone john bob lower cost them was the move mm no this and the mm the from the.
"john bob" Discussed on WTMA
"The fulltime occurred because the break his very clean but some of them this kind of smeared which says that they weren't quite solidified it happened in so it's just a ministry of geology uh uh they don't really understand the causes though it's it's some kind of full theme and a localised earthquake activity uh nonetheless it's just a cool in mention i had a posted on behind the blast these planets series this was a mystery we first discovered when vespa approach series of these white spots well there has been speculation nan some serious work ever sense about the white spots bob hasn't up day yes they posted recently uh the science team an update on what they've concluded about the the variety of geological activities that have caused the bright areas on the planet there's a lot of them there's something like three hundred bright areas on serious and they break down at the four different groups uh in their analysis of them um uh the first ones found in the crater floors the second category is found on the rim shrieking streaking into the flaws another category is found each active from the craters and then the third fourth category is actually has to do with the only mountain on the planet our own amman's um all of them suggest based upon their location and situation and the details we beach that there has been and maybe continues to be geological activity the on serious related to underground brine water slash sold the posits that periodically get push to the surface mostly by impact but every once in a while by followed by cry ovalles volcanic activity that means at la because the volcanic activity but in a set of uh lava its water that ax to produce it and that's where hoon amman's comes in uh and they think that because of the nature of the planet and its gravity mountains can't really stay upright they slumped back down and disappear which is what a lot of the bright spots we see on in other places on the planet a leftover mountains it's interesting that just it's strange geology that's what we've got here john bob zimmerman he keeps a website behind the black we're looking at the results of space engineering and we'll turned the space engineering itself next i'm john batchelor george shearing twelve fifty wtma the big talker all i received.
"john bob" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Defender saturday is the greenback programs in reading a and reading a book um uh look it up for sure so betray of the name rate um you know i am so tauran iii heat kindle and at the same time i read mr mubarak's on kindle a lake paper and i like you can't do s neither don't remember things the same way anyway um augmented by brett king augmented life in the smart lane and he's talking about kids and how do we deal with kids in one chapter the book and we deal with their kids in when what should they learn and you know schools are not teaching them anything and what are the jobs of the future sure so i sat down with raef um the other day and i said rafe we we need to get you into a programming and robotics uh robotics are going to be huge in the future and uh and he has such a gentle personalities such a good a good young man um you know i said because he's always wanted to be a vat or something and i said if you thought about being a nurse or a nurse practitioner because nurse practitioner with robotic experience is a huge area of opportunity for the future now i made the mistake of talking to my thirteen year old son uh who is a home schooled parttime uh because the very next day my wife wrote to me and she said why is our sun asking me for what john bob in the future mom do i need diagram ing sentences an i just told her i have not i have no idea i don't know but i mad at whoever said in up on that use worry about the things that are happening in the future i'm mad at them so our kids should eat i'm really torn we have to have them involved in technology because it's it is not going to be like this when there are age not at all and his point in this was he a few shelter them from technology you're going to be the by far the people in the 80s that were the early adopters on you know like apple to see and they started a programme and everything else those people took off in the '90s in the early 2000s the.
"john bob" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The game all the time to it and after the game even some of those john walls got a out quicker the bottom line over and over chance green to his credit stood up there after subcomandante this is self inflicted jason necess i don't blame hamid loose together everybody all said the right things but it was plain is day that tackle spot was getting beat all day about gene something to claim that they let him in a game that you know of so that was the story on the field during the game the story on the field for the game that's all i have even more interesting arthur blank the owners teams involved were both on the field at the scene say were name for what i've read it is usually the etiquette that the home team will go over unwelcome walker jean how that works those are not circles i run in right uh but that's right and in this case arthur blank are all aware of the back row here with jones and blanc blanc is the head of the committee that is to extend uh contract and jerry jones is the gone rogue not only trying to stop that which is fogged threatening legal action against other nears which is certainly out of baghdad bob and jerry jones was asked about it afterwards i think every word of this exchanges worth kgb shall making too much of mr bayona the right amount of west wind got got the upper hand in not and uh i think that's a good place to put it to just be gene i never talk him today is unusual i don't know about that ad show up john bob dylan though about but my name of that figure i think a good question to ask would have been when any team has come to your stadium have you ever not gone and said no welcome to the applied visiting you know in wonder what his answer to that would have been listen this isn't the first time there has been owner that foul and other owners al davis unita happiness habit psalm has as we know gene gene coca cola the for the.