17 Burst results for "John Hannan"
"john hannan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From the 303913 Don't feel so bad, Rick. When I went off to college, my mom threw out my baseball cards and my collection of the 1960 playboys when she discovered them in the same big box a double win. Double whammy. Cash from the 3035 Congratulations, Rick on 30 years. Wow. Well, thank you from the 720690 congrats, Rick. You and I met At the second Hog fest. I listened ever since. I'm really surprised you're still working with some of the pranks you've pulled in the past. Various That's a backhanded compliment, backhanded compliment, but I'll take it as a It's a real compliment. Thank you very much. Mike and Arora joins us on cable news Radio Morning, Mike Hey there. Davey actually own a sports card shop, So I wanted to give you a little perspective, not necessarily from a collective side, but from the business side, your cards. Well, they have a better shelter rate. I hope you appreciate the compliment. They say I have a better cell through eighth and John Elway. But my cards that I collected as a kid. Well, No, I'm sorry. The cards of you of you have a store or what? We have a better shelter rate of your cards than we do Those of John Elway. What is this cell tower rate? Maybe the value of it. Well, when somebody brings in a date, Logan card. I know full well, 100% of the time they're going to sell because they're they're always folks looking for your cards there. Ah, just from a few years, you don't have quite as many cars as John does Just what you know, Every time somebody comes in, and you know, I'm not putting my kids through college necessarily. No, no disrespect, right? Right. But ah, Every single time. One comes in. It's it's guaranteed so Oh, I see what he said. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, because there's loot right? Because you don't have as many of them. I'm sure there are plenty of reasons for him. Plus, the price is right. What is it? Well, you know, I don't have any idea what it is, but it's not worth and Elway card. I can tell you that. No, actually, some of your courage 70 tops your rookie card. It is a few dollars and you know it's in line with some of the other Elway cards out there, But I didn't want you to think your cards have no value. And certainly no popularity in my store. We seldom rather well well, Thank you my little do. Maybe if I if I can actually achieve what I have said on the air that I would do and collect all my cards this week, and I'm gonna bring him in. Maybe I can set up a time and bring him out. To you and you could look at him and say, not worth much, or or this is worth whatever. Now. Okay, now, I'm glad to do that. Just making sure you don't blame the weatherman for the weather. No, no, no, no. No, I will not. I will not kill the messenger. No. Okay, okay. Just making sure you know if you'd like to do him, that would be awesome. We're off the air on air. Give you information about where my story's sounds Good. Hang on, and millennium Grant to get the information. My thank you. So Michael is a sports card collectable place in Aurora so that that one Cleveland Browns jersey is that the only one you have That was framed and was that's the only jersey that I have in my career so hard to believe. Yeah, I didn't I don't know. Back then they didn't go around collecting jerseys. I mean, yeah. You know what? I found that out with Marcus Liberty in those nuggets. You had his pants. He wanted back. He wanted him back, and he was so happy when he got him back. He thanked me his family. Thank me. And Marcus told us on the radio that His kids and grand kids never saw him play. And he said, I just never saved anything like that. He said. Back when I played, we have like Two uniforms of each wrote in a way too. That was it so he didn't have anything and probably the same with you kind of surprising. Yeah. I mean, I I agree. I agree. Here's one for you, Dave. 970 congratulations to both of you, David Rick for a long time. I started each morning listening to Lewis and floor wax. I've been listening to Dave called Broncos game since I was a kid. You both rock appreciate that night. Very nice. Very 720636 Congrats, Master. I think that's for you. Me from the 970846 just wanted you to know my husband and I went to in Imax in Love one on Tuesday. John Hannan was so helpful in determining which bed was best for us. There is a Dave Logan bed. It was wonderful. A little too firm for our size. We ended up buying the Rick Louis Kathy leaving for our schedule. It will be delivered a week from Friday. So excited and happy. Thanks for your input. Your love, You will love it. So your guy's bed eyes softer than my bed. I'm not sure I've never been in your bed, so I don't know exactly how your bed feels. But I do know at in a max when they sell a Dave Logan bed, they throw in a nightshirt. With two shave. Funny I've never been in your bed either. But evidently, your guys His bed is softer than I don't like a soft bed, but is yours like really firm? Well, I don't know which one of the beds and in Amax evidently in a pedic is what I sleep on. Impeded with flex upon, OK, same bed I don't know about the flexible way had the flecks of pod to get the thing that can raise up with the doesn't work Now. Mine's broken power base. Yeah, the power base, So I think we have the same bed. Well, that's interesting that you thought yours was firm. Well, we have the same bed. I think yours is the California King. What did you guys California Queen started? You look at me like I should should elect a Kathy on California Queen. Yes. David Boulder joins us on K away. NewsRadio. Dave, are you okay? Good morning. Mine. Dave hey was off. I just wanna congratulate Zurich and And you know, David, you could be in for a long time here in the Denver market, but 30 years for both. Thank you for your congratulations. That means a lot. Thank you. I just want to say I'm so happy that I found this radius, You know? Well, I've lived here for you because I'm a native. I'm glad I found you guys and you guys are That's a great, you know. Great talk show in the morning. You guys cover about everything. And you guys bring up great, You know, great topics, you know, Keep it fresh. And once they like. Like back in the nineties. I still collect expensive herds that crazy and hot will still but And a matchbox cars, But it just seems like days like anything made today, like the heart will And matched boxers. And this is like more plastic and the metal metal ones from back in the day, you know? Yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Even the ones from the eighties. The hot list when I was a little kid eighties, they came with real rubber wheels. But kids are so so dumb today. They paid with swallow those plastic. Will they take him off the ramp? Soul of the whales, but Unfortunately, nothing's made like like, you know, come back and back and then, but No. I day Thanks for the call Our matchbox cars today made out of plastic. His mind was that I might not know. All right now when we were Yes, yes. I have to look, I look tonight. Better Ask Eastern Mark and liquid on a cable news radio. Hello, Mark a trick on 30 years and you were saying talking about memorabilia. But let me tell you something interesting. My grandfather broadcasting for the Giants. San Francisco Giants for many years. We didn't really have a relationship with him because he kind of left our family. We'd see him once or twice a year, And about five years ago, I reconnected with a former Hall of Fame baseball player. He said. Hey, I want you to see what I have for you. And I said, Well, what is this? And it was a collection of All of his relationships with these different Hall of Fame baseball players over the years. And I've got probably 55 75 game used Hall of Fame signed bat from these players in Jersey..
"john hannan" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"This time Shaker Heights. Detectives must have known that someone was lying to them. Everyone was pointing fingers at everyone. Everyone else everyone who knew that Lisa pruitt was going to be a Dan dreifort. The night she was murdered. Seem to have an alibi as loose as alibis could be so. who was lying? Dan driver tax or was it. Kevin Young like dance friends wanted. The police needs to believe just when it couldn't get any more complicated in walks eighteen year old Stanley. Kramer Breath Stan. Could you stay starting from Thursday September thirteenth nineteen ninety the approximate time. You went to work at A.. Rabah that evening and relate relate to me as best as you can recall the events of the evening which relate to you of who you may have seen who you may have talked due to an anything that you can remember about that evening. Okay scoops closes about ten and after we closed usually do the mopping at about ten fifteen gene pm. When I was mopping I noticed Kevin Young was sitting at a table right by scoops he was emotionally depressed? It looked like he was crying and seeing songs. Longs I know some of the songs he was singing. I've heard him when I was younger. I continued mopping for about five ten minutes and I saw Kenny Workman come. And it's it with Kevin so I wasn't as worried as I was when I saw Kevin from the first time about what was wrong. I pretty much finished up at about about. I'd say about ten thirty PM. And that's when I clocked out and I decided to join Kevin and Kenny at the table. The conversation up was Kevin and was upset because a friend of his. I don't remember the name at all was in Iraq. I don't know if he was living or dead but Kevin was like hallucinating. Wanting him to walk walk through the Arab cadore so Kevin could give them a hug. Say Hello have you been and so forth I called my dad at about roughly ten. PM I went to get a pack of cigarettes. I at about ten thirty five PM and when I got back I sat down and smoked one cigarette. Which takes me roughly five minutes? I got up and called my dad. Roughly ten forty pm to come and give me a ride home. I went back to the table and the same conversation was up at the table. I was when I left. I have no awareness of what they were talking about at all. My Dad got to the back of Arab at about ten forty five pm which is when I say goodbye by two Kevin and Kenny. Yeah Kevin Kenny I went outside to get into the car. My Dad asked me to go in and get them. A coke came back back in Kevin. Kenny were walking out the front door to go home. Which from my knowledge is where they were going Kenny was writing Dandruff dreifort spike which he had returned that evening and when me and my father pulled out of the driveway I tried to get him the coke. I saw Kevin Young walking up a street. I think it was drexel more alone and it looked like he was headed home. What did you do after that? I had a lot of studying to do that evening and I went home. I watch. It's a little bit of the news just to get caught up on current events like I usually do. I went upstairs to do my homework. It was rough day and I had a little bit of homework to do so. I did have a little bit drink a few beers after I finish my homework I pretty much crashed. I went to sleep got ready for school the next day when you are at Aramco with texts workman and Kevin when young on Thursday night. Did you hear any conversation about a possible party at Deandra. Vard's that night now. I did not. Were you aware from the conversation between texts and Kevin Young. The Dan driver was back in town. we all knew from that day. Kenny was in school that day. I'm almost positive he was. That was the day that Kenny did. Drop out by do know for a fact that we all knew that Dan was back in town. When did you first learn that Dan Dreifort was back in town? It was roughly in between the hour of twelve twelve noon and one PM Thursday noon. Go ahead and explain the same thing you said before. Okay I was I don't have a sixth seventh eighth period so Alexi ratchets in a friend of mine that graduated in eighty nine was up at the school. Ease usually up there just driving around around. I asked him if he would drive me up to the gas station to pick up a pack of smokes. He did so and when I came back usually park right outside the science wing of the school I looked out the window and I saw what I thought was Danny Dreifort which I didn't know at first and I called his name and it was Danny and he walked over to the car and we. We just reunited started to talk and I saw them throughout the rest the afternoon until about four PM. Which I had to go home to go to work? WHO's a friend of yours? And what was his name. Alexi Racha Sin Lexi. Alexey that night data. When you left with your dad you state us? All Kevin Young walking up drugs more toward Shaker Heights. Is that correct yes. Did you see texts workman leave. I did not see him leave. Steve I knew where his bike was parked. It was parked right outside the window of where we were sitting and the bike was gone so I figured they must have left anytime. We're you aware that Kevin having an texts workman had left. Arabica walked over to a place called the shack. I have no aware of it. Do you know where the shack is. Doc where's that it's the rapid transits restaurant right on Shaker Boulevard in Shaker Square. What hours did you work at a Rabah On Thursday night from my knowledge it was five. PM To close which is at ten pm which I stated earlier. How will you know Kevin Young? You'd I know him pretty well. He used to play Little League baseball with him when we were both younger and we had missed each other for a while. After the team ended that summer he went back to school and I went back to school. I was still in the middle school at the time I got up to Think the eighth grade I when I I started going up to the high school Dec- other friends of mine. I met back up with Kevin and we started talking and just getting caught back up so I've known them roughly Lee well since about the eighth grade which is since I'm a senior would be nineteen ninety five thousand nine hundred five. That's what I figure describe for Kevin Young as you know him. What would you know about him? He had a normal teenage life. Did what most teenagers do drink. Go Go to parties on the weekend from what I remember. He did quite well in school. He wasn't one of the types of slack off that much with the school work because he was really concerned with his life when he got out out of school he just graduated the year. Nineteen ninety from the Shaker Heights high school. And he's a part of my group at Shaker Square Arabiya lately What I've been hearing what being Kevin been doing which was maybe about once or twice is drinking which seems like Kevin is having somewhat of an alcoholic problem problem which somewhat scares me? Kevin because I know Kevin quite well and he was really interested in baseball and he started smoking and drinking which surprised me that Kevin would do something like like that that heavily. Could you describe for me what you know in regards to any relationship between Kevin Young Lisa. pruitt okay I have known. I'm known that for the last two years Kevin has had a crush. I don't know if you want to say crush on Lisa He really was not to distract you. Go ahead and describe the relationship between Kevin Lisa Last two years Kevin has been in marching band with Lisa and they were pretty close since marching band is pretty much a big family To my knowledge Kevin has had a crush on Lisa. The last two years and his knowledge came about Dan. Dry for going out with Liza He was very angry distracted about Dan going out Lisa not him. Did he tell you that or is that just from behavior that you observe I. I have heard that from Danny dry for Kenny Workman and once from Kevin Young could you identify the members and kids. You're referring to when you say your group Yes In the group are Kenny Workman. Kevin Young Ken mets Emoto Jerry. Izenberg Judd Osgood Sheena Messina. Ah That's her last name Another one I'm just thinking of now. Is John Hannan and Alexi righteous in at least until he started working at Arabiya and there are a few more are that just. Don't go to Shaker Heights high school so they're usually not there all the time. How will you know Kenny Workman since Kenny's come to Shaker Heights? High School will as a freshman which was last year. I've known him quite well for both pretty much the same or crazy or both crazy well in the means of doing the usual things that we he would do in the Arabic group which is drink every once in a while just party go down to Coventry look for fights We were crazy when evening and we became blood brothers so I pretty much say that me and Kenny Workman or to me tax. Our Darn close described tax. What what kind of person? He is Who Tax? When he came up to the high school he looked like he wasn't as enthusiastic as a normal Tina's for high school? He was like different. He really did not want to be there. It's like high school wasn't for him. I mean that I'm used to it with our group but people normally don't like high school that had to be there was the literal dislike. He stayed in school. He didn't go most of the time. We did a lot of cutting at the end of second semester. Last year I dropped out of school which I really stopped. Stop going to the high school it was maybe about. I dropped out of the Shaker Heights. High School High School was then for me. I was a junior at the time. I don't know I just didn't like school. I came back up every once in a while until I got a job at Universal Printing which my dad owns I was coming up to the school and when tax or any of the group was cutting. I'd be joining them. which most of the time I did see Kenny Workman after the last year? Here this summer I was on vacation most of the summer so I didn't really see in that much. Emma Debbie Dry for had been together which has been a weird relationship broken up. I think about three times and other engaged to get married which really confuses me I mean. I'm glad that they are but I don't see how both parties are really wanting to do that. But this year I went back to school I enrolled again for some reason. They put me up as a senior..
"john hannan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Julia did all week episode ever best if the week Saturday, one seven one. There was a scandal. Scout the scout. Okay. Well, listen, people apparently there is no end to the appetite on the Kennedys. Okay. That is why the books keep getting being written and the very prolific celebrity biographer, j Randy Tabarelli Tara Tara Borelli has another book coming out, June eleven k, which is basically about the third generation of the Kennedy clan, which is the kids of all Vavi, and yet, John, the president, and Ted and all twenty nine kids and j Randy has done. He did a becoming beyond say he did a book on the Hiltons the secret life of Marilyn Monroe Elizabeth Taylor. He's done to other Kennedy books, one on Jackie Janet Leigh and one about after Camelot. And so this book is called the Kennedy airs, okay? And basically. No scandal or luxuriance dining room goes overlooked in this book, according to Qurqus reviews adore, stop of melodrama Cal. Kennedy diehards will love it. Fantastic. One of the things that's getting a lot of attention in the book is a note until June eleven is that the story book romance of John F Kennedy jR, and Caroline beset wasn't true. Well, it wasn't that it wasn't true. It was first of all that Caroline and John very much believed that, if they an even several of John's friends have verified this to j Randy after they got married in nineteen ninety six they thought people wouldn't be interested in their story. They thought the people were going to be interested in. The wedding. They if they could put up put the wedding of being private, and then do something with people magazine, their marriage would just be of no interest in people were just kind of fade away, because he wouldn't be a bachelor anymore. He's off the market. She's off the market. They're just going to be private citizens, not going to be a big deal. However, the private wedding only seemed to make the press even. Yes. And they loved each other very much. But their struggles it all came down to because he met her. She was Calvin Klein fashion joblessness in the mid nineties, and he told the friend, you know, how when you hear about meeting girl in knowing instantly, she's the one it happened to me. He told several friends among she was not really that interested in him. She knew he was kind of a playboy. And but then once he talked her into going out on a date. He just completely blew her way with term his charm and how warm he was. And just like they like fell hard and fast. And he wanted her to know him as just who he was don't think of me as the son of the president, and during her very first visit the Hyannis Port family compound, F O Kennedy, who. Because quite a bit, you know, Bobby Kennedy's. Choke. She asked her about current events at the dinner table. And j Randy Tara Borelli writes, that F O Kennedy says to Caroline beset. So do you think of federal assault weapons ban will impact crime in our country? Dear. How mean is that, okay? Asset. Ethel was known for being intimidating and stern. And she liked her cocktails Caroline, look stunned. And she said, I, I, I think it will. And then ethelson I'm sure you do dear. You may want to read up on it. It's quite important just from that very first family dinner tone. Caroline is like I don't know if I'm gonna fit in in John did not realize how hard it was for his wife to adjust to the spotlight. Remember? His whole life, -actly, his whole life, and g Lady, Diana. She felt what do you mean? Give me Justice spotlight. She was a private citizen. Yes. The out. It's not easy. She felt hunted by the paparazzi again. That is something Princess Diana would say, and quoting an unnamed friend of John F. Kennedy juniors. Tara Borelli describes a seamer night at their apartment at the end of a stressful week dealing with the press. He the friend marked in just in time to see Caroline doing a line of coke from the coffee table. And John looked at his friend. He sat down in the friend did align. He said it's been a real bad week around here. And you know, it's the nineties and the friend said, John Hannan Caroline slap, and she tenderly served his hair, and they were just so peaceful together, Jay Randy Tara Borelli, who's written a book. The Kennedy also to John's friend John Perry Barlow who spoke on record, and John Perry. Barlow is the Grateful Dead lyricist, who died last year, and he said, you know, John was just a recreational user, right? They used to like to go on a little acid in ecstasy trips together in nature and blah, blah, blah. And John just thought of his wages for him to experience life differently like in nature and being in a safe environment. And this was the nineties, and that is something that, you know, people did party and do and but okay, so the stress really came between he always had a hard time from day, one with that. That's just the they're always paparazzi after Soviet permanent. But. His John's cousin, Anthony Radziwill son of Lee Radziwill. Carol reds vote from the new year causeway. He's dying of cancer. He's like thirty nine years old. And you. People told the author of this book, you can't overestimate, the impact Anthony's illness had John their cousin brothers. Yeah. Because they're one year apart and they've literally grown up their whole life together, and it affected John deeply and his feelings of despair about what was happening to his cousin, and they had a relationship known could get in the middle of, in curling was having a hard time, accessing John and trying to be able to help him with his grief and to him. It's just probably think about it being a guy, you know closed down. And then I guess, at one point in nineteen ninety eight two years into the marriage Caroline reconnected with an old friend, an old boyfriend waiting this terribly. She went to apartment for conversation. It ended with the kiss. He pulled away and said, no, I can't be here. Right now. And it was after that she would home told John, what happened and two days later, the framework up at two in the morning. Avoi- said this is the police we've got a warrant. He opens the door. It's John F Kennedy junior John swings at him and said, stay away for my bleep and wife. That's how he got into that apartment. That's. Brilliant, great. All right. And then he and Caroline went into counseling, okay? But she told him right away. And like within by that April they were in couples counseling, and they both wanted to fix the marriage. There is all this grief about the cousin Don. John, didn't wanna be Kennedy man who ended up not carrying about how his wife feels when they were invited to the wedding of Kennedy. The youngest daughter of Bobby Kennedy in July of nineteen. Ninety nine Caroline said I don't wanna go. I'm not up to being around your family. Anthony's very, very sick. You know, he's not going to be there. I'm just not up to it, and then she changed her mind because he had counseling session. He said it would mean so much to me, if you'd be with the family, invite your sister to come along. So you have not just my family twins. No. But they were like a year. Two apart. And then, of course, on that July sixteenth nineteen ninety nine the plane piloted by John crashed off the waters off of Martha's Vineyard killing all three. It'll be twenty years, but they were working on the relationship and they thought that all the time in the world of figuring out and they were madly in love. And they didn't. They felt like they'd be able to. But it was that the paparazzi and the grief over his cousin brother Anthony, that was really. And also he was losing George magazine. Right. Couldn't figure that it was just advertising wasn't there in publishing was. And so they, they their love for each other was undeniable, but it was just really really difficult for her. They literally couldn't go anywhere. And the paparazzi were at their apartment every single day, every day, every day. Anyway. But it's if you're interested in the Kennedys, the book, June eleventh is called the Kennedy is by j Randy. Terra borelli. Okay. You can't.
"john hannan" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"I felt like the first vestiges of fall two little chilly. And it's not like a movie like the thing that makes you feel like frozen that definitely makes you feel chilly vote. You wanna wear a thick jacket? Horta ROY create sweater all black right? Little accent of orange definitely went bringing in a little pumpkin sweater. It is smoke cigarettes in the parking lot. First time in the first nine of fall where you go outside. If you smoke, and you are also noticing that your breath visible for the time, right? Some dark poetry drink some soup. I'm gonna get back to soupy. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, you was I gonna say fuck I forgot it doesn't listen to the cure. You're just you're just a, oh, that's what I was gonna say. This movie has the same look the nightmare before Christmas. And a lot of ways like town the nightmare before Christmas very much like he he was like, we can we can just do this. Yeah. I've action I have money. And I think a lot of the you know, that comes from the fact that they shot on sound stage. The same is built large versions of the sets from those houses. Yeah. And it's not a comedy. And he's not behold into a set of statics that he has to Burton is like he can Burton is Batman, but he still has to hit certain t shirts and silhouettes and things like you said, there's no real kitsch like, right? The windmills cool while the witch seen we can't ignore the witch scene because that is his one like loopy like moment early on with the is coming which was in the trailer without those without the shot isn't the failure. But they hadn't finished the effects on a reveal them because the movie gets goofy. Or the more crane is scared. When DEP goes hard on these things. Yeah. And that scene is you like comedic interplay of the bit that he keeps on waking up and someone I explain to him what he missed right because he keeps fainting at the scene of the crime. Right. Also, I love the of that which thing where she does the I thing. And then grabs throw hard cuts just walking quickly out of the cave. We're leaving. All right. I love that scene. And it reminds me of the witch right? Much much much later. The way that like the comic relief in a big disaster movie acts where he's doing must go faster. But he's like John Hannan, the mummy movies the lead yet, which is so fun. It's funny. Mummy came out the same year though, like another weird revival of horror terrified of and people can over here each two movies in reviews. They were like, yeah. It's kind of like the mummy. It's like a big dumb thing. Which is. So it is it is amazing reader of us now, and they're like this Hollywood schlock, and you're like people would be so happy to get this Hollywood these days like this movie would get seven Academy Award came out tomorrow really below the line like crafts would be nominated for this, right? But you know, I just think the which is going full tilt. This is where I'm going to do my merchandise spotlights because the witch action figure they made a action figure of the which was one of the worst business decisions of all a great idea. Do they do the other Miranda Richardson character? Absolutely, okay. Okay..
"john hannan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM HD. From NPR and WBZ Chicago. This is wait. Wait, don't tell me the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Curtis. Peter Saito this week we're taking a break from the week's news to reflect back on Twenty-eight before it's all over. We'll here's some of our favorite interviews from the year, including Glenn Close. John Hannan, Louie Anderson, plus a never before her debts, including our conversation with Seth Meyers all that and build Kurdish his favorite holiday recipe. Leaks. Spam. That's all coming up in our last show eighteen right after this hours. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, the head of US customs and border protection says new steps are being taken after two children died in its custody. This month. The announcement comes after homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen spent two days visiting CB p facilities along the us. Mexico border, Monaco, Ortiz, your EBay reports from Paso federal immigration. Authorities are working to conduct more rigorous medical screenings of migrants, particularly children under each ten. It's part of a d h s mandate ordered after two Guatemalan children died while in federal custody. An autopsy for an eight year old boy who died Christmas Eve showed he tested positive for influenza. The cause of death of a seven-year-old girl is still under investigation, according to customs and border protection or than half of the migrants it stopped in the last two months at the southern border are families and children many. Are being held in crowded processing facilities beyond the agency's own seventy two hour. Limit for NPR news. I'm monica. Our in our Paso, an American healthcare worker who may have been exposed to A Bola while in Congo is under observation in Nebraska, the medical center spokesman Taylor Wilson says the individual has had no symptoms person could be at our facility for as long as two weeks for monitoring. If symptoms were to develop individual would be transferred to the Nebraska Biocontainment unit. He says the worker has been monitored ever since leaving Congo. The European Union is urging Costa vote to reverse a massive tax increase on goods made in Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the tax site would affect goods from some major international companies, the tax hike is part of a continuing dispute over Kosovo's declaration of independence from Belgrade in two thousand eight. Which neither Serbian nor Bosnia recognize Kosovo says Serbia's pressuring other countries not to grant Pristina official recognition. So last month. Kosovo hiked import duties from ten percent to one hundred percent on locally made goods from Serbia and Bosnia now Kosovo's decided to apply the same one hundred percent tax to all goods produced in those countries, including products from Coca Cola and Nestle, for example, Serbia calls the move insane. The EU says the tariff doesn't demonstrate good neighborly relations, and that Kosovo should revoke it for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. In Brussels voting has ended in Bangladesh after a general election today. NPR shish meet a potluck reports. The current prime minister is expected to win big only dissolves indicate a landslide victory for incumbent Sheikh Hasina. It'll be hopeful dumb. But the opposition alliance has rejected the outcome, and is demanding fresh elections under a non-partisan government. It claims there was vote-rigging opposition leaders had complained of intimidation during. The campaign to. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky democratic leaders are not budging on their refusal to fund a wall at the southern border. That's as the partial government shutdown looks like it will continue into the new year. New York, congressman Hakeem Jeffries who will soon head the House Democratic caucus said his party is willing to fund any number of other border security measures with only prepared to provide additional funding for enhanced fencing technology drones satellites lighting sensors cellphone towers, and the things that the experts have clearly indicated would improve our border security. President Trump is demanding five billion dollars for a border wall in exchange for reopening, the federal government, which Jeffries called a ransom governor Andrew Cuomo says a record thirty five million dollars has been awarded to forty farms across the state to protect thirteen thousand acres of land. The democratic governor says the grants. Mark a historic level of funding awarded in a single round of the state's farmland protection. Implementation. 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"john hannan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Marvin Williams, right? I'm sure you remember that time ultimately was bogut. But cop difficult decision was that any Margaret Williams is still playing for goodness sake. Forever. I think Andrew, you know, a big guy. It's a little bit more difficult to play for a long time in the injuries. I think at the end of the day caught up with him. But I think he's still a heck of a heck of a first pick. I remember it perfectly pick both both those guys up at the airport, Marvin Williams window hair. And I went down and met him. And I I really remember like it was yesterday. And I think we we made a good pick. Had a good player and Andrew isn't that pretty amazing and I loved Andrew bogut too. I wonder I know a center was taken with the first pick in the most recent. But just the way the game has changed so much in was looked at as the kind of guy could hit a shot fifteen footer and a really good passer. He was kind of a mix of the old school backup, you know, back to the basket center in Canada current form, but how is the today's NBA shift of your line of thinking in terms of the players. You're looking to procure for sure I think it's individual every team. But obviously teams are shooting a ton of threes in there watching the warriors when championships doing it to match at talent. But I think especially with the way bud wants to play. We wanna play position basketball, and we walk guys that can handle the ball make plays and the in between positions whether he played the three of the four the wing, whatever you wanna call it. You guys that can step out shoot John identified that this summer and didn't unbelievable job and getting her assigning getting brook Lopez. I mean, he's I think the other day we read something he's made more threes than Klay Thompson. Yeah. It's the the league is definitely shifted and John did a great job of identifying that how involved were you in the scouting of Janas? Dave. We watch video on them. I was I was with that group that drafted that drafted Jaanus, John Hammond, and Jeff Weltman went over there and watch him play, and obviously John made the pick. And it was a heck of a pick. But we we watch video I was in the room. But those John Hannan pick never in Greece in the smoky. Jim I was not I was not John, and Jeff definitely were. And they made an excellent take. Of course. I remember that nobody knew what sort of talent level he was playing against it. He was all elbows in knees and legs. And it just it's amazing. What he is going into. Yeah. That's why you swing for the fences right for sure, especially their, you know, the fifteenth pick, but John identified the talents and look at what this kid can do you can dribble the ball. He can he can look at that length of the lettuce and look at how hard this kid is playing every time is on the floor. And you see that. Now, he hasn't changed. He's just a lot better than he was. But his work ethic is unmatched talent level was sky high being we're so fortunate to having with us is the general manager.
"john hannan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Join the Hispanic caucus in the congress. No. Yeah, he tried to get into the Hispanic caucus his some of the El Paso residents. His district is seventy seven percent, Hispanic. So some of the residents were upset that Sylvester race was no longer going to be in the pretty powerful Hispanic caucus. So he tried to join it. Now the nicknames not enough. Really? We go to the intersection -ality of Beto. Nobody's intersecting him though. Nobody's intersecting him. He is still at the top of the hierarchy in the patriarchy pyramid. I had one of my favorite parts of the debate. Last night was when Beddoe tried to make this case that every decision Ted Cruz makes is about money. So like he supports the second amendment, and that's because of the NRA and he supports this. It's like you're you brought in thirty eight million dollars of donations outracing cruise by what four two one five to one. And of course, as crews pointed out, he's had plenty of special interest money come in. It's just coming in through other names. It's coming in through packs that he quote unquote doesn't control which we all know how that game goes. I mean, the idea that you're going to come out and make a money an argument about how Ted Cruz is about money when the entire story arc of Beddoe is based on the fact that he can raise money. Well, he's not competitive in this race. He he has never. Yeah. He is only in the race to run for twenty twenty. I believe he loses. How is he has he run for? I don't know. But there they're still talking about it. Was talking about him. He is he is the he's there. John Hannan rate democrat hope. May I say the great white hope? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's been fascinating to watch. This. He also tried to pin Ted up against Donald Trump is they have the big rally coming up. What is it next Wednesday or Thursday in Houston and by calling him lying Ted like Trump did? And he said that's why the president called him lying, Ted. It's why his nickname stuck because it's true. Which is never it's never stuck in every forever stuck. It's never been true. And what prompted him to say that about Beto was that he had voted for a Bill that would raise the price of oil twenty four cents a gallon to a ten dollar surcharge on every barrel of oil, which would raise the price about twenty four cents gas the price of. Yes. Yes. So. Beddoe said that was untrue. But he voted against a Bill that would have stopped that Bill. So it really is true that he he, but they book they can both kind of claim that they have the truth on their side in that particular case. But it was interesting to me because CNN fact checked Beto on some things that he's been lying about during the campaign one being that his mother's a lifelong Republican of this life long Republican right now, you know, because he's so wonderful. And he's so uniting. Yeah. She's gonna vote for him for the first time for the first time. He's a life that is long. First of all your mom's gonna vote for you. Reveling? Wow. You got your mom to vote for you. Right. And then held me up because I think CNN even looked into this washer did. Yeah. Four. Hardcore Republican named Barack Obama in two thousand eight. Yeah. Yeah. Now here very. Okay. So here's the interesting thing. I love this part of the expose from CNN. And she can't remember who who she voted for in twenty-six. Wait, he remembered ten years ago, but not to really you don't know who you voted for Hillary and just didn't want to say it didn't want to say it. She couldn't if she voted for if she voted for Trump. It would work to his advantage. Yeah. She was she was there. She was part of the Trump thing. You know, she wanted Jane. She wanted this would've worked right? Oh. That she voted for Obama in this lifelong Republican, and then she can't remember in sixteen. The other interesting aspect is that this lifelong Republican has voted in every single democratic primary in Texas since two thousand. That's awesome. Even went so far as donating money to the ObamaCare seven. I love this. The federalist on this too. I I know a lot about that. Oh, but at the same time, I don't know much about Senate candidate Josh Hawley. Who is thirty eight years old meaning around eight years younger than rising star Beddoe, the attorney general of Missouri and the Republican nominee for the US Senate when I do know is that Holly is slightly leading mccaskill a two-time incumbent in the in the Mavericks poll in a race that could decide which party controls. The Senate Aurora who's up against Ted Cruz and incumbent is down seven points and falling. It wouldn't be completely surprising if cruise ends up winning Texas by nearly the same margin he did in two thousand twelve as with Holly. I didn't know much about Arezzo Ona's GOP Senate nominee, Martha mcsally either. I'm probably not alone. She didn't get to keep it's with seeing Colbert or Ellen Degeneres. Maybe if she used the nickname she was given to her as a team she'd be having better luck getting attention from the national media. Anyway, what could one of the highest ranking female pilots in the history of the air force and first woman pilot on a combat mission. Possibly have to hold. Josh her on the air. I want to talk to her on the air. I mean after all that oh did skateboard through a water burger parking lot. Mic. Sally, by the way, also has a chance to win. I think she's gonna win in Arizona. I think she has a really good chance. That's another really tight race. I would also bring up John James into this conversation. We've talked to him before he's a a Senate candidate with a great military background. Yeah. Michigan. Yeah. He's got a much tougher race. But he's another great story. These guys get no attention. But Beto because I don't know he's he's a good looking guy. And he's you know, he's got neck muscles. He's got Negga muscles. He's very shiny as you may have noticed in the debate. I.
"john hannan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"It's like they're, that's either from another joke from another performer or that's just fake over the top. Laughter, it's, there's even get that. No, it's just be real in a lot of, yeah. It's funny man. A lot of it you, you're not gonna be like gut laughing. I mean, you're not going to be. It's not belly laugh or but a lot of it's just so funny that you're. Ramada spin watching it. There's a lot of like what there's a lot of that, but I, I mean, that's I, I wish people would give norm more of a shot. Like I feel like a lot of people are gonna watch the first episode and walkaway after David Spade they're gonna be like, that was terrible. It was wildly unstructured. It was random, but it's supposed to be. Yeah. I mean, Dave, I love about it. The how, the unstructured, the entire thing is how they've got to you said there wasn't a, there was a small audience, so his only studio audience there isn't when it's just the crew. So. Just a production guy or like a cameraman. Yeah, which is I love. It feels so intimate. And if there's an audience, it's just it's a different feel. Yeah. And that's when you get like the whole, the guest is always playing for the audience. Definitely. That's I don't watch late night. I, I go to bed earlier, but dude, imagine how good like Jimmy Fallon show would be if he was able to actually do meaningful interviews with his guests. Yeah, I'm John would be great. No, it wouldn't. Jimmy Fallon is terrible at interviewing people. All he wants to do is make people laugh and the hosted game show. Jimmy Fallon is a trash talk show. I'll just say, oh, Jimmy, I think has is because he humanized Trump. No, he's trashy shows why you cock? No, no, no. Don't get cut. Fallon is terrible at his job. He's funny. He's a funny guy, but you can't be tear. I'm sorry, yell, Rawson I normally don't you on this pot. That's okay. Well, don't tell me the Jimmy Fallon without a studio audience becomes Charlie rose. All the said. No, the guy ask. Good questions. He's terrible. He's serious allegations a worse interviewer than Jay Leno. Who was the worst who the highlight Jalen. Yeah, you would nice guy. Rose, like rape somebody. He was just a creepy old guy, I think. Oh, yeah. You know, he got me to himself. Leno. Have you heard about this? Yeah, look, I'm not saying Lynda was good, bad example. I'm point. Is you getting real interviews here? Yes, free-form, no structure like nobody ever asked Mel Gibson, what's who's a who's a handsome, man, the John Hamm ocean's eleven, John Hamza fine example. And nobody. Nobody asked Jon Hamm real questions on late night shows like John tells about difficult struggles growing up. They're like, hey, John tells about your new project with Amy Schumer. That's it. John's river is going to be the next Batman. Tell us about that. He's been a dream ears, and then John turns to the audience and smiles and the audience laughs, and then they cut to commercial and they come back and they do a couple more questions than, hey, no. The thing that I hate the most about modern late night television is they always they always try to have some. This is found this is found really sucked. Yeah, they always try to have some fun game or some like, oh. You wanna go, you wanna go play kickball with the flaming bowling pins and it's something. Yeah, John Hannan I gonna play beer pong with Boeing balls. This is crazy. 'cause it's beer pong? Yeah, so wacky, it's all right, dude, just fucking interview him. Look, we're having fun with playing games just like the Poor's watching John hamlet, a pledge on fire. I think when he was in college on, he got kicked out of UT for like, yeah, I was just like a knife to someone's ball wasn't even alleged. This is documented. Yeah, John has shit. It's pretty hard core also just a hog on that guy which is normal about it can't get away from that dick, he's the guy. He's the go. The big dick is tortured by big dick. Nobody will stop bringing it up or putting up. He snapshots snob snapshots of his, his mushroom head poking through his fucking chino. Do you know what this is?.
"john hannan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Set the table here this, is Friday night MS NBC the name of. The program meet the press daily and they're talking about Trump's criticism. Of Muller Katie tur- t. you are is the is the fill in host we have, Michelle Goldberg is a columnist for the, New York Times realclearpolitics, national political reporter Caitlin Huey burdens and commentary magazine editor John j. pod pets and it begins with Caitlin Huey burns from national political reporter, of the real clear politics website The most. Vocal president at least. In real time that we've had. In recent memory right he. Is the leader of the free world I know he's not the leader. Of the free world but sorry. By default as the leader uncle Michael Slater but he's, the most but Mike. Stop this and put it back that I need to tell you the second voice, you hear is Michelle Goldberg of the New. York Times the woman who says oh no he's not he's not. The leader free world Angela Merkel is that's Michelle Goldberg of the New York Times Trump's, national leaders Free Willy can't be because, Trump doesn't believe in, freedom city is where this is headed are we ready for this from the top yet again Okay here we go, three, two, one this. Is the. Most vocal president at. Least in real time that we've. Had in recent memory right. He is the leader of the free world I know he's not the. Leader of the free world but. Sorry by default is the leader world uncle Michael Slater Well he is the most important person. In. The world in politics, right now. And he is very vocal and, I do agree with you that this does express a level, of? Exasperation among his aides that they can't have. Any control over your argument that is not the leader. Of the free world because he's not standing up, for democracy He's a sort of, junior player in a block, of authoritarian country there have some Michelle Goldberg this is how by number one in the next one's coming Michelle Goldberg says right he's not the. Leader free world because he's sort of a junior player in a block of authoritarian countries So. What is she thinking of. What what what's an authoritarian covering her world Venezuela is not because. It's so what what does. The -tarian country in her mind anyway Trump can't qualifies a, leader of the, free. World because he's the Terry and he's not he's not he's not the believer this is these people are They're, just generally insane so it picks up again here with with Katie tour then saying so. You're saying Michelle Goldberg that will reply? Here? You're saying that people like the European Union are no longer looking at? Trump as a leader and they're thinking of? Doing, their own thing right they see he's instead he's like right he's part, of a block. That includes. Latimer Putin to tear. He's kind of an accident Hold on People up in murdering murdering them without any processing liked, to anyway I don't think you can say that definitively I do think that if he's not the leader of the, free world there isn't a leader of the. Free world there is no world order without the most important richest and most powerful country in the world trying to maintain some sort of like Saudi Arabia can intimidate Canada for sending out a tweet about its human. Rights record All right I'm sorry I can't keep up the this is what the poison of hatred to people Mix them incoherent it embarrasses them except they don't know it and it was, Katie. Tour who. Said that. He's not like rounding people. Up in murdering them and Paradores weekly said yeah And I said yeah without, any. You know due process and Goldberg says well. He'd certainly like to he'd certainly like to so a an opinion writer for the New York Times plainly says on, TV That the. President of the, United States would like to round people up and murder them like Putin does and like dude. Tetteh for, those of, you in Rio Linda this is his madman over in the Philippines I honestly FOX you don't know what to do with this other that you you try to laugh at it you wonder you've got you've got a so called. Conservative on this panel who who does, not reactor, object in. Much of any way to to any of this other than to, defend the fact, that any president is. The leader of the free world so I. Had to lift the ban you. Know we have we. Have a, ban, on, MSNBC because we. Contributed to their ratings and I, said, I can't, have that, we kept playing soundbites looney, toon, hosts years I cannot, be responsible for that network's raving in Greece we yanked bam bam and so forth occasionally we lifted Let's take a. Brief timeout we'll do. That come, back, and, resume with you. On the phone NewsRadio time is eleven thirty a. US. Service member is dead and another hurt and. What's being called, an insider attack in eastern Afghanistan this is the. Sixth American killed in. Afghanistan this year. South Florida's getting hit with strong winds and heavy rains thanks to. Tropical storm Gordon Rocky Mountain national park is boasting a solar system at the trail ridge store the solar array is designed for the extreme environment at nearly, twelve thousand feet able to withstand hurricane force winds as well as the snow. Load up, there which can, be up to about twenty to twenty five feet over the winter, the parks John Hannan says there, are one hundred fifty panels on the roof..
"john hannan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Friends with Sam, Cooke the great gospel singer turned soul. Singer how did you? Meet Salmon I met at, a Sunday evening program that we had in our church back in the, early fifties and I was sitting there waiting for the program to start after church and I just happened to look back, over my shoulder, and I saw this group of people coming down the aisle in oh my God the man that was leading them Sam and his brother, l. c. and these guys. Were really super sharp ahead on beautiful blue and, navy blue and Brown trench coats and I had never seen anyone, quite as attractive not a male as. Attractive as Sam was And so I'm prior to the program so, was kind of being stirred in another way No he crossed over from gospel to pop before you what impact? Did it have on you when you, have having a hip hop song on the radio What impact on me when Sam crossed over we were. Going down the highway we were somewhere in the. South and my sister and I am the driver. And maybe one or two, other people in the car we knew that he had left the gospel field and of course I was rather sad about that but as we were driving we. Knew that he. Had recorded and just out of the dark. Shameless fabulous voice and it was Sam and. It was his first record and he was singing you send me. And there was, just, pandemonium in the. Car my sister and I just had a fit we really, had to. Pull over and stop car and settled down I gotta. Sam Sam it's his record you know. It was like that you send me this record you know? And, there was just so much excitement in the car. The driver really had to pull over so did that make you think maybe I should consider making Pop records Well I don't know at. The time I don't think that was my feeling and it wasn't to, begin with but as time went on and I just began to listen to more and more of his his recordings and I love them the way they were produced, the melodies. The background singers as time, went on I began to think about the. Broader view I was interested in changing fields, as well but I was not, as confident, I guess as Sam was to. Begin with, and Finally, I, said well if Sam, made it maybe I, could too and I was willing to give it. A try will you were living? In Detroit so when you decided to make, pop records, I mean the. Obvious choice I suppose it would have, been Motown especially since berry Gordy was a friend of. The family I guess more time was a very new label at, the time but did did you consider Motown Actually no I really did not, my dad, and I had talked about it. And we, really kind, of, had our sights set, on Columbia records out, of New York we knew that Columbia was a. Worldwide label and I think the? Feeling probably was that the promotion would be, better than, say a Motown. Or the distribution and the promotion and, so on and so we just kind of maintain that. Feeling that Columbia and other major record labels where the people that. We wanted to talk to you You were signed at Columbia by John Hammond who had earlier signed count Basie and later signed Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen Well I wanna play the first track that you recorded with John Hannan today I single booze Okay Without a word of. Warning Blue walked in this morning And circle Call, and said we're through Yesterday single, love song You're listening to the. Nineteen ninety nine interview I recruited with. A wreath of Franklin. She died earlier today. She was seventy six after we, take a short break we'll talk about her years and Atlantic records where. She recorded her, hits I'm Terry gross and this. Is fresh air Strikes me Love can be this way We will But I'm alone. Again today Extract Can be Come on Must be must be ridden. For me Should be the one Always.
"john hannan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Get some perspective Bruce St James and. Pamela Hughes KTAR news on ninety two three FM There are. Some legitimate legal constitutional questions when it comes to Dhaka the. Deferred action for, childhood, arrivals, the policy procedure plan, that went into effect via executive order By President. Obama when he couldn't get congress to act on it okay It was I think. It's fair to say, an act of frustration maybe, that went this way I remember you know at. The time talking about I didn't wanna have to do this young quarterback somebody's got to do. Something The Trump administration doesn't like it is. Trying to get rid of it there's been three, different judges that said you can't get rid of. It you can't just eliminate it but we now have a judge in Texas who might. Be siding with the Trump administration so you've got a federal judge there in says, he heard arguments. Yesterday. On, whether DACA should end, and here's, a little bit of what happened President Obama created DACA while. Still in office but now Texas is spearheading an. Effort with six other states to end the program calling it unconstitutional okay well we've heard this before you know Texas isn't the only one who has gone down that, path but this, judge has a history of opposing. DACA John. Hannan has a history of. Being critical of the program blocking an expansion of Dhaka and the creation of, a similar program for immigrant parents called Daba for now. Though DACA recipients like Rosa. Sanchez whose DACA expires, next April we'll just have, to wait you may remember there was actually a. Supreme court case where they Ended up. Four. Four, daily at eight members, at the, time and it left in place this judge's ruling and it. Appears that if and when this judge does rule. On DACA he has not set a timeline forty just heard all the arguments it could set us up for that supreme court showdown three federal judges have already ordered, DACA to remain, but if judge Andrew Hannon rules. In favor. Of Texas it could push. The case to the high court when they are deferring opinions among Federal courts it is. The role of the supreme core to bring about. Uniformity all right so this could very well make its, way to the US supreme court where frankly I think is where it should be Needs to be some sort of yes relief I don't like that President Obama did this by executive. Action I understood why he did it by. Executive action because congress had failed to act for decades. I still don't like the fact that. He just waved it. With a pen and made it happen right now we've got a ton of people whose lives I mean their, their lives are in limbo right now. So, let's get. It before a court let's have this outlet see what should be. The law. Of the land to that whether DACA remains or whether DACA is struck down, people, aren't in this state of limbo yeah Those arguing in. Front of this judge did make an argument which you. Could certainly say might have a little. Validity maybe not with. This judge that if the state of Texas because that's what they're arguing is specifically the state of Texas is, harmed by the DACA program draining state. Resources If that is true why did they wait six? Years? To bring the case to the judge which is a solid argument I think you could you could certainly say if this has been such a disastrous in state one as the state of Texas. Is arguing why did it take you six years, to show up in front of this judge it appears that both sides have done a fair. Share of judge shopping where you go around and look for a. Judge that you believe to be sympathetic to. Your side to issue a ruling but this. Is what the supreme court exists, for and we know settle the dispute where the. Referee jersey and this impacts us here. In Arizona we've got about twenty five thousand. Arizona's who are enrolled in Dhaka it's about four percent of all DACA recipients so they, are in this state of. Limbo but when it comes to immigration they're not the only, aspect that is in limbo talk about the the reunification of families you know how this administration, has zero tolerance Policy was separating families down along the border you had this. Judge who said you need to reunify these. Family has a deadline set a deadline we. Find out that they're still about, five hundred kids who are in custody who have. Not been reunified with their parents this. Federal judge is not only saying it's unacceptable This judge is also recommending another move. For this administration yeah the the same judge of San Diego base judge, Sabra has asked the Justice well instructed the Justice department that they need to name a point person there needs to be a problem owner is what. I remember from our our business discussions there needs to be somebody that can be held accountable this is basically suggesting that we need some sort of a government position government bizarre in charge, of making sure these kids are reunified regardless of where the parents are and. Do that a lot quicker than what is happening we've. Been hearing from other groups out there that. They are working hard private groups or nonprofits to reunify these families and what the what the judge is is siding with. These ACLU lawyers the believe the administration is trying To shirk its responsibilities and pass the, work off of reunifying these families to these private groups despite the fact that if you wanna talk about who has the resources to reunify these children. With their parents it's not so much the private non-profit it would be the government of the United States yeah and I think that there is and the mess that this is just continues, to show a complete lack of Foresight and a lack of organization when it came to instituting this new policy do you think like this judge seems seems to. Have the perception of you break it you buy it so while the immigration system has been broken for years, decades okay the administration made it that. Much worse with that the zero tolerance policy by. Making. It worse it's now your responsibility to get it back coming up you're used to be not the new worse You got to, finish what you? Start it you gotta get back to screwed up as it. Was. Before thank you very much which isn't it sad, that like that's what we're that's our goal, right now is just to get it to where a. 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"john hannan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is all about the steak you can't worry about this is so you can't worry about dressing it up so it looks good on the back pages this isn't about waiting the first week of may this is about winning okay when you have to win when it comes time during the season and it comes down to make the playoffs i totally agree with you i totally agree it's gotta be all about the substance of it now i gotta tell you what i'm surprised about i thought frank vogel was a really good head coach what the heck is happened to him in orlando well it's a great question and he's an excellent coach a couple of things first of all the roster was very mismatched to him that you're not gonna make excuses one 'cause i don't think he did all that wonderful job but what made things very hard for him this year was that he has it front office that he wasn't their choice they've aren't necessarily behind him but they're really not behind his roster these guys that came in jeff weltman and john hannan to run the magic look at this roster and they don't like it at all they want to start from scratch the one guy they want to stay and building around is there jonathan isaac that they just drafted and they were talking about trade now gordon trade deadline i wouldn't be spicy elsewhere next year thinking about frank vogel they didn't pick you and the players you're trying to coach they don't like any of them so you got guys that are sitting for certain reasons you know we haven't seen a forty eight they shop as well who just signed a contract extension they don't like the players that they have and it's very hard in the spotlight that for frank bulb to get guys playing when pretty much guys know that they're not just not gonna be there long term it was hard for him to sell this context and in the end you know when you're personnel gets weaker around you'll never that boosted mitch for a long time paid was they.
"john hannan" Discussed on KELO
"Ooh the getting involved 'cause i didn't wanna be back so take my advice i think veal she'll do the good time not too you will nothing coming up we'll have a brandname product so old that noone even know was it to brand at christmas tradition is next on a prairie christmas really ooh the review on aw go while oh bye bye and you bye the law the one law news yeah aw i saw christmas present oh oh revis aw the woo hoo this is a prechristmas if you like two big christmas goodies are better yet eat them than you're familiar with bakers chocolate which may not know is the very first baker was a doctor and 17th sixty four john hannan and dr james baker started importing beans and producing chocolate in massachusetts after hanan died his widow sold the company to dr baker in seventeen eighty and the company was renamed baker chocolate company is first product was a kick of chocolate for making a sweden.
"john hannan" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The air eight more more i've hundred forty two forty two new the suit taryn from'do rhythm after tutu's adrian lam wandering dishes masuzawa after mourner new hampshire and this is how we car show yesterday john conyers resigned from the us house of representatives that he had served then cents nineteen sixty five and when he was ed when he announced his resignation from his hospital bed in detroit he endorsed his son as his successor john conyers the third pillar hired crazy isn't waiting in here i am of grey him by home rich boy john hannan near his the third uh he will be him highend pillars uh to replenish view might move in congress so john conyers jr is charged with being a sexual predator john conyers the thirds mother has done a stretch in federal prison for accepting bribes as a member of the detroit city council now it turns out and trying to throw at this destroy your faith in the integrity of the conyers political dynasty john conyers the third was arrested in los angeles earlier this year on charges of a domestic violence but prosecutors declined to charge him according to documents obtained by nbc news prosecutors said.
"john hannan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The way i never stopped to wonder what the heck m and m men and is any chance you know given the aims of it i have a whole chapter in the spoke than actually talks about the friendly could pettit owners and it was actually the names thus surname of the family that owned it there a m of the day m and m yes but the funny thing is you have these competitors that went the gama's and during the period of the 20th century it wasn't just the fact that there weren't just the these enormous numbers of people producing chocolate you have nestle's you have her she's you have bakers you have all these different companies across none of the united states wrestling world preston's was a go away or concern docked aware and weapon tom tomlin did anyone come close while they made a very good but but we had to realise delicious to low mills was called in the 19th century chocolate village because they were four manufacturers of chocolate bakers wasn't the only right there right there in the tow trust the low mills and milton milton village the thing was bakers of course stated officially to seventeen eighty but it it started and seventeen 65 with john hannan but by the period of the 19th century you would see these breakoffs and preston's chocolate was not only the brotherinlaw of dr james baker how but he would start a very good chocolate conserve have family follow calling outs i don't no they never really talked about it to me that cuts of ge's i'm sure that the bakers were quite so happy but there were also dr wears chocolate and jonathan where was someone who was a wealthy physician and milton who eventually started his company of the eighteen 40s and then the was web antoine boy to manufacturers of chocolate once been employed at bakers who started their own independent chocolate company that would eventually be reincorporated into bakers of eighteen eighty one and today the web building perpetuates the name but you had to realize that henry pierce with someone who continued the baker legacy he wasn't related to them by blood he was a step nephew of walter baker the last of the bakers but the.
"john hannan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"john hannan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Look exasperated the quite like that so it ridiculous rated with what's the matter with people right i if stupid stuff day in and day out world is full of stupid people of segue here not easy of change gears but i did want to talk about the milwaukee bucks who are still in search of a new general manager and by the way the end of the nba draft is less than a month away according to adrian won't rousey of the vertical variety of names employees here for the box had been granted permission to speak with blazers assistant gm bill branch miami heat assistant gm adam simon pistons assistant gm pat garrity a also being linked to the bucks is becky hamid which i think is interesting here of the hammond was an assistant coach gregg popovich for the spurs for the last three seasons in fact the only female assistant coach in the nba and a brilliant basketball mind a really she had a phenomenal wnba career of in the past week or so the bucks have reached out to speak with indiana's vp of basketball operations peter dinwoodie and denver assistant gm arturas karnisovas and grizzlies vp of player personnel edged the fans ski and there's more including justin zana who is the existing assistant gm and i guess interim gm right now is the bucks prepare for the nba draft but it's crunch time here is it not enough that there's any great time the to leave the organization but it john hamed leaving for orlando at the time he did you did it kinda puts the bug son anwar cheer righted to find somebody i think he'd like to have that player or person and before you start drafting players of the draft the justin is ben everywhere with the box in scouting doing all that kind of a right hand man for john hannan uh throughout the season third to be honest but are you that's a lot writing now you may be required to make picks year for the bucks coming up in less than a month so we've got that looking forward to the nba draft draws near the finals begin.