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"john carroll" Discussed on Circle Round

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"john carroll" Discussed on Circle Round

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"john carroll" Discussed on Circle Round

"Madam. Thank you. Then he pushed the door open and staggered into the snow before disappearing down the road. The woman pinched the pine cone between her fingers. As she turned it around and around she thought about what the stranger had said with this line cone in your possession, the I work you do each day will be increased by thousand. Could it possibly be true There was only one way to find out. What do you think will happen next? We'll find out after a quick break. If you're a grownup listening.

Catholic Church credibility on the line at abuse meeting

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Catholic Church credibility on the line at abuse meeting

"Pope francis. Made the stunning decision Friday to defrock Theodore mckarrick who is now an ex cardinal and the former archbishop of Washington this over several cases of child sex abuse and harassment the harshest punishment yet for such a high ranking member of the church and comes less than a week before the Vatican's highly anticipated summit on abuse in the church. Paul Murphy is a history professor and director of the institute of Catholic studies at John Carroll university. He tells KCBS anchor John Bristow, the summit could be a global. Moment of recognition on the issue. First of all where will this summit take place? This summit will take place in Rome. And it is a meeting of the heads of the national bishops conferences. Throughout the world. So there will be more than one hundred bishops present as well as Vatican officials, and for our listeners who might not be terribly familiar with the workings of the church. Can you put into context how big this decision is to to have this? It's a significant deal because when the sex abuse crisis among the Catholic clergy broke into public consciousness in two thousand and one in the Boston area other churches throughout the world in India Africa, Latin America claimed that this was an American problem that we Americans were too loose with our sexual mores. And that's why it happens their sexual revolution. And all that. I think what pope Francis. Trying to do is impress upon the bishops of the rest of the world that this is a global phenomenon that that goes to the heart of how the church functions he blames much of it on clerical ISM. And it's not just an American problem is he's seen. It's clear. A problem in Latin America, it's also problem in India in western Europe, as well significance here is that they're actually going to try and take steps to make sure that this is dealt with universally. Okay. Paul is there any indication that we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel where this is concerned. It it could be it depends on how resistant certain members of the hierarchy are actually being held accountable to this the great crisis. We face today is not simply the crisis that priests abused children sexually but bishops didn't respond adequately to it. And they seem to hide the real magnitude of the problem. We now know it was fire worse than it was. So I think we're now at a tipping point in terms of how the church is going to deal with this issue. I think great strides have been made in terms of the protection of children in the Catholic church since two thousand and two. But now we have to deal with the issue of how to hold bishops accountable don't do their job. And finally, Paul Murphy. What should we expect to now going into the summit? Well, I I don't think we should expect that they're going to solve every problem in the three day meeting. But certainly I think what's going to happen is that the experts in Rome who are clear on the issue are gonna win form the bishops around the world to heads of each of these national bishops conferences that they have to take seriously. And this is how you do it. And here are the experts. Do you need to turn to this is not going to be a meeting where they're going to deliberate? How serious the problem is this is kind of a come to Jesus moment for those bishops. So that they actually take a take this seriously as the actions and know, the pope's actions regarding the now former cardinal archbishop, McCarrick

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"john carroll" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's not if that's when all right guy, so comment on these other guys that are also going to be inducted into the college football hall of fame. This'll be in New York City on December the tenth Terrell Buckley. Florida state, Ricky Dixon, Oklahoma, London, Fletcher, John out of John Carroll college. Jacob green had a show John Carroll county. Who's that Don Shula? Wow. That's right. There you go Torry Holt at North Carolina outstanding receiver and Aram. Of course, Brian knows all about those Rams rocket Ismael. Notably NC state NC state. Right. Torry holt. Yeah. I know NC state and North Carolina State. Maybe I did if I said North Carolina. Tell you. What are the great games? I went to get us against tickets about was convicts, first Catholic. Yeah. Rocket had one return for touch on another one for near touchdown and win the game in south bend. I was a great documentary to that convicts versus Catholics. I love that. How about my guy? Troy, Paula Malo, one of the best not the fastest. But always right place. Right time player just loved them. Joe Thomas out of Wisconsin. Which makes my wife happy. Big Joe Thomas fan, Lorenzo white outta Michigan state. Patrick Willis, great, forty Niner out of ole miss Vince, young the guy that I still see my sleep Roland right against southern. Is about that. Was the worst loss for me as a USC fan ever? Reggie Bush was on the sideline. Unbelievable. And all I said is whatever you do if you game. I know here's the thing. I was gonna ask you because Kingsbury folks for you missing is now the new head coach for the Arizona Cardinals. But broader. Rosen by bro. Brian. What was the buyout that USC? They have to set up something. I wonder that's crazy omitted too soon. USC must have pressured them. They did he was still shell-shocked. I'm surprised, you know, smart, maybe just under estimators marketability. But that model of coach to McVeigh young editor bear guys kind of like that. The packers. They went with do they go with leflore. Yes. So it's the same kind of mold of the hot flavor of the type of coach that can Brian. That's going to be the model going forward to. I mean, not invest not going to be the exception. It's going to be the rule. You know what? Brian. I was watching you watch all these teams go up and down the field and do all this stuff. What irks me even Alabama? Great a program as they are and Mike Loxley their offensive coordinator. I do not understand when these teams get to one one and a half yard line. How they do not go under center to handle. Well, how can you not practice that go to Maryland? I just don't get it. How do you not practice that? So instead, you're taking a shotgun snap by the time. You hand off. I watched Damian Harris get the ball on first and goal from the half yard line at the five yard line. Go through to people penetrating ridiculous. Three hours in the back. Are you probably weren't shocked about the win? Although you don't want. But weren't you shocked about how they played that was out of bicycle? Yeah. We talked about that. Yeah. I love Dabo. And I think he's a great coach. And I think when you put I think Alabama got Al coach outplayed, and I think they had more of a purpose. They'd had a will to win Clemson. And they you could just tell and how they played in Alabama had a few bad breaks here and there, but also the Alabama coordinators are not as experienced they've lost too many jacket. Right. A lot of turnover in the co. I mean, how about the best player on Clemson? The receivers of number one player Alabama. Alabama's it says it was the turnover near assistance. That's exactly which was there which is going to be a factor going forward. Brian everybody thinks nobody seems to leave Clemson. No and head coach has been offered. Some are the D coordinator some job he has been. He's got a son. Two million a year. Love dabo. Everybody loves it there. I mean, and you could see why. Well, and. The players seemed like they were having more fun. They were. Now Lawrence is not bad either. No, I mean, sunshine, six foot, six sunshine. DJ gets there. Throws. I mean till DJ loves Clemson world go, but the Clemson they got going. They got great facilities, Jim, which you know, is an athletic is one of the most important things for getting the kids. I've known, Dan. Forever. Brian the he's done really a good job of providing dabble with everything you need. And I do mean everything. And so you're. One of the highest assistant pools, which he can pay those guys. They don't leave. No, it was her nature when you're winning. You're happy your family's happy an.

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"john carroll" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Zero nine four six w I n t welcome. Katie welcome. Katie. Thanks for coming tonight. We were thrilled that you're here. Very very happy. Absolutely. And usually when we start out we like to ask a little bit about your military background. And you know, maybe why you joined up do you have any veterans in your family? I do. So I my grandfather my father, my uncle on both sides of my family, and then had an aunt also who was in the military. And so when it came time to college I wanted to go to a small school because I want to play basketball, and I knew I couldn't go anywhere too big. So my father had played football John Carroll. So he brought me up. I didn't have anything to do with John Carroll, but fell in love with the coach and the program in the campus. And when we got home. Parents said, well, we got some bad news. You have to figure out a way to pay for it. So I signed up for an ROTC scholarship, which my father had done in my aunt had done. And I got an eighty percent paid for three years to go to John Carroll. So that helped awash. Yeah. And so I was a commission the day. I graduated from John Carroll in ninety eight I was commissioned in the US army and went to the transfer in the transportation corps, did logistics and transportation went to four uses for Gina. I was twenty two years old. I was earning a paycheck the day graduate. And that was kind of exciting not everybody gets to do that. What were your parents thoughts? When you said, you know, what are my dad was thrilled? Because you know, that was helped for college. Your and my mom was oh, Steven. Do we really want her to do that? And I don't think until I was probably a senior or my junior year when you have to actually go to officer training camp. And I was like, you know in uniform and had to leave that it really hit her. I remember the day. I got my uniform from Junqueira like issue to me that you only wear it one day a week for a couple of hours during lab. And I remember calling my mom being excited. I got my uniform on my name badge. And and she cried she was like, oh, this is really real. It's not just you know, you're going to college playing army you really gonna be in the army. Yeah. Oh my gosh. But I I'm assuming alternately obviously they supported. Obviously they supported your decision, but that's gotta be hard especially while I had two younger sisters. So I think that kind of help because they were in school when I was leaving. And then I got stationed in Alaska. So I was far far away. You know, was it somewhere that they could come visit really? But it was probably good for me. Because I got to grow up a lot. You know, I was in Alaska become a young adult. It's also a little bit about about your experiences in Alaska so actual Intel. I. Jerry. I was on my way to Germany at orders to Germany. I thought that was good. I mean that was I was very excited for that. I was dating someone at the time, and he had orders to Alaska and at the last second I called the department of army and said, hey, can you switch me to Alaska? So interesting enough the fort in in Alaska's called Fort Wayne rate that was my maiden name. So I was Lieutenant Wainwright at Fort Wayne. Right. I couldn't get away with much. Everybody knew you know, the the female Lieutenant with the last name, Wayne. So I got orders went to Alaska's all my personal items got rerouted from Germany to laugh guy showed up in November. There was probably three feet of snow on the ground. I couldn't I didn't have a car 'cause I just flew up there and by a car there. So I bought a stick that. I couldn't drive off the lot. So it was just a very big learning experience. It was cold when they say, you know, I wanna go visit Alaska, it's a beautiful place to visit in June and July, but to live there all year long of you really have to love the outdoors and love cold weather because it is cold and dark. So how long were you there three years? Okay. And what and what it what were your responsibilities volume on? So the first thing as a young Lieutenant you get it assigned to be a platoon leader. Okay. So I was in charge of a PO, Al. Tune which is petroleum oil oil lubrication. So we were we had tankers on the back of our trucks than we would we were assigned to an infantry unit. So we were sport unit assigned to an infantry unit. And we would take our vehicle with you'll an oil and fill up the other vehicles on post, then I was a truck platoon platoon sergeant platoon leader. And then after that I got transferred up to brigade headquarters and the brigade was infantry brigade. So it was kind of interesting because the majority of everyone there was male. But me as logistician they needed a transportation officer and logistics person to arrange pretty much all of the movements in and out of Alaska by our brigade. So I was able to I actually enjoyed it. Because everybody needed me. Wow. Yeah. They needed me to get their stuff to wa- them or their stuff to the Australia. And so why was there? I got to go to Hawaii a couple of times I went to Australia a couple times where else Thailand. So I got to see a lot of the Pacific theater, and it wasn't during a time of war that was it was exercises. And so that was you know, sure was fun. Yeah. With being in Alaska and having the job you did you were talking about supplying petroleum, and that type of stuff for the different troops. Were there? Any kind of special problems you faced with the cold and doing that job. Definitely my. Vary. One of one of my very first feel problem. So we went up to fort Greely, which is a little bit farther north than Fort Wayne rate, and it was about three hours north, and we were on a training exercise for your outside the whole time. It's about negative thirty negative forty will fuel and oil does not work great right out of those vehicles. One of our trucks broke up a fuel gasket or something and we leaked fuel. So the whenever there's thirty below. In Alaska anything over eight ounces is considered a fuel spell. So the EPA has to be caught on yet. The EPA has to be called in. Although we're on a military installation. They still are coming out at the time. You know, I'm a brand new Lieutenant I'm responsible for thirty five. Individuals might truck broke down. I had to you might you know, my dad's go transportation, you'll never have to walk anywhere. I was writing like shot like in the writing be for lack of a better word in the middle of a big and a half. Because I didn't have a Humby humvee broke down our soldiers were, you know, obviously cold we had a fuel. Spill I had to go to the brigade battalion commander and explain what happened in east, though, how much do you think you spelled? I'm like go to my platoon sergeant how much did we spell? He's the fifty he thinks fifty or five hundred gallons. Well, it turns out that wasn't the case he mis gauged it. But we did dig a very large hole and all that dirt had to be dug up. I can remember coming back from that field problem and the officers some of the senior officers. But the captain's then it'd be one one or two rank above me called me on the phone. So we just we just wanted to give you some words of encouragement, you know, nothing happens, you know, without good leadership in, you know, you know, you're providing really good..

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Authorities "looking into everything" in search for missing Iowa student

Vicki McKenna

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Authorities "looking into everything" in search for missing Iowa student

"Victim is lucky to be alive good afternoon I'm Terry. Bell this is the two o'clock report on NewsTalk eleven thirty w I as people are. Evacuating Lynchburg Virginia because of the risk of a dam break if it, goes from a flash flood. Warning to a flash flood emergency. That is the final stage that means it has breached meteorologist John Carroll Lynchburg could end, up under seventeen feet of water in a matter of minutes authorities and relatives say they have not given up hope that a missing college student in Iowa is still alive the, latest update from Iowa that dozens of investigators thousands of volunteers working hundreds of man. Hours in the third. Week of searching for. Twenty year old Molly Tibbets and nothing it's frustrating for, everybody that's frustrating for the investigative team is frustrating for us and. It's particularly, frustrating for, the, family and friends Molly Iowa department of public safety's Kevin Winker says investigators, are searching by ground and air and hundreds of leads Molly Tibbets was last seen. Jogging July eighteenth in. Brooklyn Iowa the family. Hoping the massive reward being offered Williamson of is the, right tip that could blow this case wide open Jeff monosso Fox News. An eight year old boy who was shot and wounded, by. Crossfire in Milwaukee Monday is slowly recovering Darrien. Kelly's uncle Leonti Jackson says it's a miracle is nephew is.

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"john carroll" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Danger of failing on Jack Callaghan Fox News parts. Of the central Virginia city of Lynchburg evacuated a dam that, holds back, college lake there could. Fail at any time it's extremely dire scenario we're very concerned about, this meteorologist John Carroll at FOX affiliate w. f. x. are in Roanoke he says up to six inches of rain in the area fill Thursday national weather service meteorologist John, Hurley says, the area could get another inch or more today but Individual thunderstorms aren't going to, produce Two maybe. Three or more additional. Inches today water has been overtopping the dam of failure could flood the city of eight hundred thousand people with up to seventeen, feet of water in just minutes a. Redshirt found near Iowa pig farm maybe a clue in the. Disappearance of missing Iowa college student Molly Tibbets employees of the daycare center where she, works where red but molly's mother Laura Calderwood believes. Her daughter is being held hostage we. Believe that Molly is still alive And if someone has abducted her pleading with you to please release. Her reward money for information that leads molly's whereabouts now at one hundred seventy two thousand dollars, an amber alert posted in the Washington DC area where a twelve year, old Chinese girl was separated from her tour group at the, Washington National airport child stated she, was going, to use, the restroom it. Wasn't, until they were starting to check through. Security that another student. Within that group notified the chaperones that she was missing chief David hustler of the Washington metro airport police says surveillance video shows, the girl leaving the airport with an. Unknown middle aged Asian woman national security experts warning the Russians. Have not stopped meddling in US elections try to weaken and divide United States director, of national intelligence Dan Coats at a White House. Press.

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"john carroll" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Heart radio station A, damn in danger of failing I'm Jack Callaghan Fox News failure of the college. Lake dam in Lynchburg Virginia imminent after a half foot of, rain Thursday and more of it falling meteorologist John Carroll FOX affiliate w. f. x. are enrolling oak says a failure of the dam would be catastrophic. Is a lot of water that will be rushed over very instantly and that, is the flash flooding part and if it goes from a flash flood, warning to a flash flood emergency that is the final states that means, it has national weather service says complete collapse of. The dam could send, a wall of water seventeen feet high sweeping into the. City residents in several threatened areas have. Been evacuated Russian election meddling has not stopped director of national intelligence Dan Coats telling a White House briefing we, continue to see a pervasive meshes. Messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and divide the United States These efforts are not exclusive to this election. Homeland security director Kirsten Nielsen says they are hardening potential targets, fifty states the district of Columbia and over nine hundred local governments have partnered with d h s in order to bolster their resilience of the nation's. Election infrastructure politics can be a bare knuckled business Glenn Jacobs the former WWE, wrestler who was known as Kane has been elected the mayor of Knox, county Tennessee and that state's primary on Tuesday voters also picking Republican congresswoman, Marsha Blackburn and former democrat governor Phil Bredesen full. The November showdown to, replace the retiring Senator Bob corker President Trump hammering of. Pennsylvania rally Thursday night we need.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more your calls and comments john carroll richard and more and more on the transgendered sprinters out there and tariffs united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are tariff rate is low were not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast heavy amounts of moisture will be streaming into the desert southwest today especially along the arizona new mexico border now that's going to significantly decrease the fire risk danger but all that rain all at once after a very long dry spell could mean some certain flash flooding for the region and will continue to see those showers and thunderstorms train up through the the united states throughout the weekend into the start of the work week for the texas coastline those showers in the forecast for tomorrow and in through the start of the work week come from gulf moisture dry for most of california today the pacific northwest washington oregon we'll see some coastal rains and as you get into the northern plains from montana over to north dakota look for more heavy showers today into tomorrow after what's been a very wet spring for the northeast and mid atlantic finally a weekend filled with sunshine the national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks much john and weather brought to you by video roadlog.

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"john carroll" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more of your calls and comments john carroll richard and more and more on the transgendered sprinters out there and terrorists united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are tariff rate is low or not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast heavy amounts of moisture will be streaming into the desert southwest today especially along the arizona new mexico border and that's going to significantly decrease the fire risk danger but all that rain all at once after a very long dry spell could mean some certain flash flooding for the region and will continue to see those showers and thunderstorms train up through the the united states throughout the weekend into the start of the work week for the texas coastline those showers in the forecast for tomorrow and in through the start of the work week come from gulf moisture dry for most of california today the pacific northwest washington oregon we'll see some coastal rains and as you get into the northern plains from montana over to north dakota look for more heavy showers today into tomorrow after what's been a very wet spring for the northeast and mid atlantic finally a weekend filled with sunshine the national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks much john weather brought to you by video roadlog.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Fbi director james comey deputy director andrew mccabe an attorney general loretta lynch were singled out for criticism in yesterday's report office of inspector general notes that this was an act of insubordination on the part of komi and they also fought lynch for when she did find out about this for not stepping up and doing more to perhaps prevent him from doing this or at least tamp down the way he handled it democrats pointed to the upside of the reports cbs's nancy cordes they say that this case that republicans have been making that somehow hillary clinton got off easy because of some kind of political bias within the fbi or the justice department they say there simply isn't any evidence for that case and they believe that republicans need to put it to rest she bs news update i'm jim shanavie kcbs news time one thirty two high ranking us catholic bishops are speaking out against the trump administration's asylum policy calling it immoral comes after attorney general jeff sessions ruled that domestic and gang violence are not grounds for asylum paul murphy is a history professor and director of the institute of catholic studies at john carroll university he spoke earlier with kcbs rebecca corral about their stance that's a bit more about the catholic church speaking out about this the catholic churches had a long tradition in its social teaching of defending the poor and particularly in the last fifty years or so defending the rights of immigrants especially in with a with a beauty protecting their human dignity and particularly their life so in a certain respect the bishop's statement is no surprise what is increasingly alarming is the harshness of the policies of the current administration toward those towards those who are seeking asylum here in particular that denial on the part of the attorney general that domestic violence could be used as a reason for seeking asylum or the forcible separation of children from their parents as a way of discouraging others from trying to come across the border all of those things are important to the bishops of the united states and pope francis for that.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more your calls and comments john carroll richard and more more on the transgendered sprinters out there and tariffs the united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are tariff rate is low or not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast it's been a slog in the eastern united states of the past several weeks and we will continue to see cloudy skies and the threat of showers east of the mississippi today especially in the south and the midwest portions of the northeast also set to see some heavy rainfalls we have the stationary front locked in place along with lots of moisture fueling in from the gulf west of the mississippi things will be mainly dry until we get into the weekend where southern california's beginning to watch bud that's a hurricane right now spinning in the eastern pacific you'll recall we had hurricane alberto in the north atlantic it just so happens that hurricane bud has fallen within the same naming structure as the north atlantic however berle will be the next named storm to emerge in the north atlantic rain or wind impacts for southern california would be expected late into this coming weekend a look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks much john and weather brought to you by video roadlog.

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"john carroll" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on WTMA

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more your calls and comments john carroll richard and more and more on the transgendered sprinters out there and tariffs the united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are tariff rate is low were not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast it's been a slog in the eastern united states over the past several weeks and we will continue to see cloudy skies and the threat of showers east of the mississippi today especially in the south and the midwest portions of the northeast also set to see some heavy rainfalls we have the stationary front locked in place along with lots of moisture fueling in from the gulf west of the mississippi things will be mainly dry until we get into the weekend where southern california's beginning to watch bud that's a hurricane right now spinning in the eastern pacific you'll recall we had hurricane alberto in the north atlantic it just so happens that hurricane bud has fallen within the same naming structure as the north atlantic however berle will be the next named storm to emerge in the north atlantic rain or wind impacts four southern california would be expected late into this coming weekend a look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks much john and weather brought to you by video roadlog the.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more your calls and comments john carroll richard and more and more on the transgendered sprinters out there and tariffs united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are tariff rate is low were not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast it's been a slog in the eastern united states over the past several weeks and we will continue to see cloudy skies and the threat of showers east of the mississippi today especially in the south and the midwest portions of the northeast also set to see some heavy rainfalls we have the stationary front locked in place along with lots of moisture fueling in from the gulf west of the mississippi things will will be mainly dry until we get into the weekend where southern california's beginning to watch bud that's a hurricane right now spinning in the eastern pacific you'll recall we had hurricane alberto in the north atlantic it just so happens that hurricane bud as fallen within the same naming structure as the north atlantic however berle will be the next named storm to emerge in the north atlantic rain or wind impacts for southern california would be expected late into this coming weekend a look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john and weather brought to you by video roadlog.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Ninety redeye if you would like to get in coming up we got more your calls and comments john carroll richard and more and more on the transgendered sprinters out there and terrorists the united states we've got a ton of tariffs even though overall are rate is low were not as low as canada just interesting information to have out there if you get into any type of discussion on it it's time for your national forecast it's been a slog in the eastern united states over the past several weeks and we will continue to see cloudy skies and the threat of showers east of the mississippi today especially in the south and the midwest portions of the northeast also set to see some heavy rainfalls we have the stationary front locked in place along with lots of moisture fueling in from the gulf west of the mississippi things will be mainly dry until we get into the weekend where southern california's beginning to watch bud that's a hurricane right now spinning in the eastern pacific you'll recall we had hurricane alberto in the north atlantic it just so happens that hurricane bud has fallen within the same naming structure as the north atlantic however berle will be the next named storm to emerge in the north atlantic rain or wind impacts for southern california would be expected late into this coming weekend a look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks much john weather brought to you by video roadlog.

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"john carroll" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Also as a democrat wendell hey who air richard kim van tanabe democrats republicans side john carroll ray frenchie larue andrew to paula and then there's a slate of green and nonpartisan lieutenant governor who's running bernard carvalho will sparrow josh green kim coco you emoto jill tokuda democrats republicans marissa kerns steven lipscomb jeremy low you have a green and nonpartisan candidates to so those are the pri those are the main races and then you get into all the districts and this ad in the other and i'm mentioned to yesterday gop did not feel thirty three candidates and the run for the house so when this does come about good luck your dial into newsradio eight hundred.

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"john carroll" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It was it was their business mike my sis my sister john carroll said that there's there's a call donald trump on speak here i just thought this can't be the case this is this has to be this take by one of my staff members you know a businessman like donald trump would write a letter i organize meeting but as we all we all know president trump doesn't work like that he's a very very direct man likes to get things done so at the other end of the phone was was donald trump saying to me that he bought this resort in ireland in county clare this beautiful golf resort called dude back but there was a problem nearby somebody's is trying to build a wind farm and that of course could have real impact on tourism and the beauty of the landscape so i'd have to do what i could do better and i ran the county council and inquired about defying permission and subsequently the planning permission was declined the wind farm was never built landscape being preserved and the presence of very kinda give me credit for that although i do think it would probably would have been refused anyway but i'm very happy i very happy take credit for it if the president is going to going to offer to me to the to the members of the friends of ireland ab led by congressman peter king and also ritchie neil you've played a really vital role in relations between ireland and america and the united states has been our most steadfast partner down the years and i know you all stand resolutely with us as we work to ensure that the good friday agreements on the.

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"john carroll" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Movie would be gobert came as air lithuanian came on so jerry oneanddone any uh just real quickly on this movie lucky it's directed by john carroll lynch jon karroll lynch is the cloud on american horror story oh really and he's isn't your twin cities native are dory's acted in the gut jerry the upper i've yes he has a three so anyway uh couple of movies for you are boy tom cruise the molly that is available i checked it out and gordon flavor away shadow that's about all are we give it as a popcorn flick russell crowe was in this and you could tell how they going to do this whole universal monster movie thing yeah because russell crowe plays dr jekyll as a jekyll and hyde hour i guess that's how they're going to introduce him in line of their next one does matter for china allows other than we are four i was i was hoping i'd like to more a joe ligitan who we really like is of actor aerobic he was in this comes at night oh it's a juice no idea lucy that is that there were there in the woods yet other other words has been some sort of environmental cataclysm young going out on the world but it just didn't seem to turn the corner for me and it is so dork you have to literally oh it's like crazy i have kept turn up the brightness on my the tv i couldn't even see half the time what will your recommend into movies you really didn't jerry but i don't necessarily recommend raise i just let people know aware what what god because that movie was so buzek's i know i just idle had it yeah yeah well that's kind of what a lot of critics that after afterwards early i was a letdown from here all right okay arm sosa music that the ing be lateness of bunkers tonight find wanna get your dance on hawkers them blow loved that bandai do all covers there's so good there at famous taves and uptown yeah and then uh tomorrow lows ghost is that the whisky katie vernon as at vukovar a is a really fun place stanton symposia the old urges murder and then um the prairie burn music festival is tomorrow from two in the.

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"john carroll" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john carroll" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"And it awakens us to this harsh reality when i spoke to keshar last year she told me she wanted to create a deeper and more visceral experience of nuclear weapons and that's exactly what she did also coming to netflixing is the founder on on august second michael keaton was nominated for an oscar for his portrayal of ray kroc a salesman who turn to brothers innovative fastfood eatery mcdonald's into one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the world with a combination of ambition persistence and ruthlessness the film was directed by john lee hancock and also stars former no film school podcast guess nick offerman and john carroll lynch as mcdonald's brothers and come into theaters on july 28th is briggs v beer of thoughts about this movie a few times in the podcast already i caught it back at sunday's in january and now that i'm a few months out i can easily say it was my favorite movies saw there and i will definitely be going to see it again it stars mooney mark hamill clear danes greg kinnear in indy sandberg and is directed by snl contributor dave macarry while the film does feature a lot of snl present and former members it is miles above anything recently put out by the show and quality it's more in line with muni and macarry sketch commedy group good neighbor who have been shooting videos together since they were in middle school it's really not even a typical comedy the story follows a young man's first experiences in society after being freed from the kidnappers he thought were his parents who held them underground he copes with the challenges of his introduction in society by making a movie of the only tv show he has ever known won his fake parents created specifically for him.

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