18 Burst results for "July Fourth Day"

"july fourth day" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on Against The Odds

"Its late evening on july fourth day. Twelve of the rescue. The camp is starting to quiet down. The press has gone home and the workers are packing up for the day but in the americans tent. The shadow operation group has gathered to hear john's report. The regular group is present. Rick and john and the american special ops team including sergeant derek anderson. A few new divers from the uk and australia have joined. The group to the mood is subdued and quiet. Major hodges breaks the silence. how are the conditions down there in the cave. John von then speaks up. Oxygen is low and the kids will need more food soon. Sergeant anderson tells the divers they can quickly russell up more are ease. Rick shakes his head. That's not the problem. The problem is carrying extra weight to. It's already grueling dive. We need experienced divers people trained in this kind of thing. We don't have that time before the rains arrive. Hodges knows rick is right but there must be other options rick. The seals said the kids her roosters and dogs somewhere. What do you think of the alternate entrance theory not possible. There are no towns close enough for the boys to hear life and they're sitting at least a third of a mile down. I am one hundred percent certain. The main cave entrance is the only way in. And what about the oxygen pipe. The seals are working on. Is that an option. But again rick shakes his head. No there are jagged rocks and edges everywhere and the gap between chambers three and four is the size of a manhole cover. Hauer inexperienced divers going to screw together lengths of hose and push that through before the rain comes. It's like trying to shove an oversize pillow into a case. That's too small no matter what way you look at it. It creates risks so no alternate entrance. No auction knows what's left. Hodges puts it up to the room. The thai command insists on a zero risk option. Are there any at all. The tent falls silent. finally rix quietly. Unfortunately there are no zero-risk options here. Another silence then. Hodges speaks up again then we have to look at the option of diving them out again. Let's talk about odds. What do you think rick in this situation. We're looking at an eighty percent fatality rate. That means ten of them won't make it out. The divers look at the floor faces. Grim hodges gives the group a minute of the thought to sink in and then turns to a whiteboard. Okay gentlemen how do we better odds over the next several hours the divers top three various scenarios. How many divers would they need. How would they do it. And how long would it take one of the biggest challenges of emission. Like this is even if they can find experienced cave divers none of them will know the route. This isn't your ordinary cave dive. This is a one and a half mile. Trek through sharp outcroppings and tight passages that hardly fit a man unless he turns sideways added child of that one who most likely flail and panic. It's a suicide mission. Rick tells the group when we pulled out those stranded pump workers. It was a disaster. No matter which way they turned the puzzle around they keep coming back to the same number eighty percent battalion rate.

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One man holds multiple trademarks on potential Washington Football Team replacement names

Woody & Wilcox

02:50 min | 11 months ago

One man holds multiple trademarks on potential Washington Football Team replacement names

"Football fan at all to sort of find a little bit of interest in the fact that. The former team of the Washington redskins in the NFL and decided that they're going to drop the name Redskins after many many years of people you know saying. Hey, you're going to drop that name and you know the logo and everything. They're getting rid of it. And when we talked about that maybe a week ago, whenever that was five days ago three days ago, however long, it was There was the story about a guy who lived in the DC area. Just a guy. He is a lawyer. I believe who was sort of squatting. On trademarked, potential new names for the Redskins, he trademarked a bunch of different names. Trademarks squatter. They call them. And obviously the reason why people do trademark squatting. is to make, money. Oh you. WanNa Changer named the. Washington red tails. Well, you know what it just so happens. I have that trademarked for apparel, and for use on a football field, and so hello. Washington, if you WANNA use that. You'RE GONNA. Have to pay me X. amount. That's why you would assume somebody is squatting on. A trademark liked that sure. That is. Why this guy in this particular case says that he has these trademarks. He wants a box seats for the rest of his life. He doesn't want cash. He wants some sort of. Trade or a special day for him so. He gets to quarterback. Well I mean he couldn't do much worse. No, that's not it at all. He loves them and he is a part of the team and he's helping them. I I'M GONNA. Give it to you for that I. Mean it's not a word for word quote from the Guy. WHO's sixty one years old by the way? I wish they'd tell me what I need to do to get out of their way to change the name if I'm some sort of obstacle. I want them to change. The name and I'm embarrassed. If I did anything that slows that process down, he said. Still quoting I thought if I hoarded all the good names that would keep somebody else. From horning those names and being a pain in the neck to Washington for them to get the name from. He says, and I guess this is true because there's a paper trail on July fourth. Days after Washington announced that they would kick off a thorough review of their name. To them and said I'd to offer you any of these names for free.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So president from the Michigan yesterday and this generated a bunch of controversy and then Joe Biden said something that's actually terrible we'll get to that momentarily president trump was in Michigan yesterday and this creates the opportunity for the media to go nuts on president trump in a series of really really dumb controversies I got a bunch of really dumb controversies meanwhile Joe Biden was literally saying this morning in an interview that you're not like if you don't vote for him envydeal gloss over that like immediately the differential way in which conferences are treated by the media is it an incredible thing I spent a lot of time criticizing media that is because the media are the filter through which you see information one of things we do on the show's provided different filter which is the information because there's no filter there is I'm the filter but I was trying to bring to attention things the media are going to downplay as opposed to the things that they play out so here's a perfect example last night president trump spoke in Michigan and the middle of the speech he started talking about the Ford family I need to talk about the fact that the the board of Ford still has people who are from the Ford family sitting on it he praises the quote unquote for bloodlines I was wanting out is that the Ford company was founded by Henry Ford was one of the most iconic American industrial figures in in human history my most iconic industrial figures in history literally for production process became the basis for a certain philosophy of business became the basis both good and bad for certain philosophy of of how human beings should interact none of that is to say the Henry Ford himself was wonderful wonderful day in terms of anti semitism he brutally was not I've talked about this on July four days ago I referred to this on the show before this controversy blew up right now I talked about the fact that Henry Ford was actually a vicious anti Semites who published fully protocols of the elders of Zion based newspapers from like nineteen twenty nineteen twenty seven was sued for libel had shut down the newspaper then received an award from the **** government in nineteen thirty eight Henry Ford was was a vicious horrible anti semite hated Jews if the Jews former world conspiracy against him and all the rest do you think that's what trump was referring to when he talks about the Ford bloodline here said trump says this about the Ford family and everybody immediately jump to he's he's endorsing Ford's anti semitism in genetic and genetic eugenic views what com come on come on this is so silly here is from yesterday the company founded by a man named Henry Ford good bloodlines good bloodlines you believe in that stuff get good blood they teamed up with the company founded by Thomas Edison that's General Electric it's good stuff it's good stuff and you put it all together then they're all looking down right now and they should be very proud of what they see this is what I mean okay so is that a smart thing to say well if you have historical where this would be particularly smart things to say when you talk about like the bloodlines of the company what about lines of your family if it turns out that your grandfather was present you say the result family that that's a that's a hell of a blood line right there if you have any family that's how the bloodline and somebody goes oh you mean Joseph Kennedy that vicious anti semite he was vicious anti Semites as a candidate right that people be like that's how he's talking about do you really think he's referring to Henry Ford's anti semitism there he's dog whistling the alt right when your first of the four bloodlines of course not this blew up on social media last night obviously because trump's a racist and we have to impute racism rather than ignorance him again there's a very simple solution to trump saying dumb things and that is the man has some things he doesn't know anything about history Hey trump isn't I I have friends who have been to events for trump has literally said I've read more books and I have read yeah Donald Trump is not a master of American history is not fluent in American history he doesn't know things okay so the the imputation of anti semitism to it as I said it hasn't him personal based on his most pro Israel president American history is the most pro Jewish president probably in American history given the fact that he has promulgated executive orders that are trying to protect Jews on campus he's been outspoken against anti semitism repeatedly I am very for all the talk about his association with the all right in twenty sixteen as one people talk sensibly about it he forcibly disassociated from himself from them in in the mid twenty seventeen and beyond none of that was good let's pretend that Donald Trump like a vicious anti semite was grandkids are Jewish and saying is this is not correct this is not correct okay so trump that was there was some controversy number one and there is some controversy number two which is president trump saying silly things yesterday president trump mentioned that he is tested daily or corona virus and she does like a full on South Park routine here about being positive and it has a negative balance has this been like a long time comedy that for a very long time it's pretty it's pretty old chestnut here's president trump doing it unintentionally I had a two week regimen of hydroxy flora Glenn had died thank you that I think just about two weeks I think it's another day so.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show I welcome congressman Devin notice ranking on house intelligence also a representing the San Joaquin Valley I am corrected not only the bread basket but the fruit and vegetable basket for the solar system hi we are dressing his podcast however because everything's coming together be two in Devon's two worlds the world of California and the splendor of the sand marking valley and the world of Washington and the work that he and his colleagues have conducted these last years since the twenty sixteen election to reveal what we can so far of russiagate and the attendant scandal now learning more about the defaming of general Michael Flynn a decorated war hero and was the director of the intelligence agency and now a man waiting sentencing for lying to a federal officer congressman Nunes Devin a very good evening to you I mention your podcast immediately we will return to your conversation with Chuck Ross of the daily caller who is Chuck Ross and when did you first meet him because we'll get into the substance of your podcast soon enough good evening to you to have thank you John one of the things I'm trying to do on my podcast that comes out every Friday and you're so gracious to let me come on and talk about it is I want to highlight those true investigative reporters I have now just determined they through dealing with the mainstream media for so long but what it really is and I think the way that Republicans and conservatives and and hopefully independent Americans would view the process is simply the operations arms the communications arm of the Democratic National Committee and I made this point several times that you know Republicans that go on to these shows whether it's television or or the cable shows the cable wires or talking to the print media you're really just you might as well just walk into the DNC headquarters have all their lawyers their president and just submit yourself to a murder board with all the cameras on because it's just all they're doing is playing gotcha and the even the president United States I don't understand why he calls on these and I re I realize he likes to jobs with these reporters and argue with them and and he beats them tactically but the problem is in the long run they cut and paste what they want to do and I and I just don't think Republicans should be talking to them because they should be treated for what they are their arms of the Democratic National Committee they worked for the Democratic National Committee directly or indirectly and the that can be as we learn through cut outs what which I'm sure we'll talk about later like D. or the DNC and the Clinton campaign hired Christopher Steele fusion GPS who then go enough feed information to build narratives in the media and there's there's hundreds of them hundreds of inmates and I estimate it's up to ninety percent so what I want to do is highlight the few and real investigative journalists that are that are out there but Chuck Ross who writes for the daily caller he's adopting a guest on your show and I wanted to give him an opportunity to talk about him personally how I got into into journalism and what it's like to be one of the few real investigative reporters because you know if you if you really take this on its on its face you know there's hundreds and hundreds of so called journalists that are simply just DNC operatives this should be sued for defamation and slander and libel and they did it over and over and over again and in fact many were involved in the conspiracy because as Lee Smith point at point on his book many of them took the information from the DNC Clinton campaign and both the proto dossiers and then later the infamous Steele dossier's SMS really what that was it was just a simple Google search find some names find some Russians find some people connected to the to the trump campaign then plant a bunch of stories during the the hell out of them and look it's impossible to believe that these that these people in the press they're working for like I said they're they're essentially indirectly working for the Democratic National Committee they were in on it they were totally in on it and there's so many examples of it it's overwhelming so yeah I think we should you know when you won a Pulitzer Prize for conservatives and Republicans in any model any independent out there a Pulitzer prizes really that surprised given by the Democratic National Committee for Hey congratulations you took our propaganda are libel or defamation you successfully wrote about what we wanted you to write about it here's your price that's what the Pulitzer should really be about it's about it's about being a political operative so I don't know what we're gonna name it right now but but we need a a we need a price the American people need a prize for the last few remaining investigative journalists and so Chuck Ross of the machine he somebody I did meet him until C. pack and that and that's the only time I've actually ever met him in person I've only talked to a few times but when I say he's a machine John you know I mean yeah if he checks out the stories very very quickly on the Russia hoax stop and he saw things that even our team of investigators didn't see interviewed people that we weren't familiar with and is done and done a hell of a job I want to turn to watch across is writing now that Michael Flynn and what you read and learn about your investigation of Michael Flynn's I have three years of torment however checking on California Devon much in the news forty million people our success of flattening the curve congratulations and yet governor Newsom remains determined to keep the beaches of California close this is a puzzle for all the rest of us in America that wish we had your weather I cannot reason easily how it is going to the beach and putting your feet in the Pacific Ocean is a risk of the virus is there something in California that's different these days there seem to be a whole lot of people in the bluest of states pushing against governor Newsom well the the funny thing is is about when this all started five six weeks ago one of the concerns I had was that there was a run all the grocery stores you know the cost goes in the big the walmarts the big box stores people going in and buying everything and I said at the time and you know look this is like a this is the panic buying we need some leadership here you know if you want social distancing you don't want people to to be around each other we probably ought to stop these mosh pits that are being created at the grocery stores I said that over and over and over again to no avail until finally a few weeks ago they started they began to put in the social distancing up sixty so now you go to the big box stores and you got us for those of you been there you stand out a little a lot of them put little stickers down on the floor you have to stand on the sticker and then one one cart moves and then you move ahead which is fine and that makes some sense in this orderly for social distancing to insure one now mandated masks now through all of the stores about that but the problem has been it's made no sense why did you shut off these wide open parks that are that are sitting empty you you made it look like a murder scene you know me all over California where there's this yellow tape for you or you you can't even get into it what's happening is people are parking on the street parking everywhere to take their dogs and they're still going out to these parts of the same is true for the beaches and the part that's hard to understand if it's if it's okay to go to a mosh pit then you turn the mosh pit at the grocery store that much but then you turn it into okay everybody have to be six feet away okay got it well there's gotta be some should should of some kind it's okay to take your dog for a walk in the park there has to be I you know if you if you could do six feet in the grocery store Maspeth can you do sixteen feet and then and a wide open Parker on a California beach if you can't do sixteen P. can you do twenty six feet can you do fifty six C. K. two four miles you know I don't know John but it makes no damn sense and nobody understands it and it's funny he almost seems to be punishing certain beaches over others right Orange County lows but Ventura county is open and I understand the counties to the north near Oregon are open as well not defiantly sort of like what gives here we're we're gonna have a good weather we can't well what I what I was gonna say is San Diego the merit San Diego who's a Republican who is likely going to be the challenger to Gavin Newsom he went out first thing in the morning yesterday when Newsome you know did this crazy beach closer closer issue and said it Hey we're not doing it governor here's you know here's the pictures we did this we are beach was open we all practice social distancing and the governor had the pictures the ready to go I mean the the mayor of San Diego Kevin Dr had the pictures ready to go and of course lonely hold govern you know good governor Newsom backed down to the mayor of San Diego which I think is the healthcare just political cowardice and I have no idea why he's punishing the people of Orange County it makes it makes absolutely no sense to me I noticed that Jeff blisters on your show a lot he was he had the fake news you know where they were showing crowded pictures of the beach however the picture was not even from the from wet weather from last weekend it was from you know some crowded you know July fourth day or something so you know here you have the the the here's another example the mainstream media working for the Democrats essentially routine to keep everything close I mean it's become a political fight here over you know that that Moscow it's a grocery stores are okay as long as you are you're masking tape six feet apart but if you're born skin Orange County beach we're gonna throw fake news that you were going to keep you close down come hell or high water it makes absolutely no sense and John just one more story I think you'll appreciate that from the very people is so you can in my in my district you have furniture stores that are closed and we have a we have a local printer guy who said okay you know I'm gonna have I'm be open by appointment or just one person comments social distance look at furniture and you can buy furniture online and.

John Batchelor Devon California Washington congressman Devin San Joaquin Valley
"july fourth day" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Baxter this is the John Batchelor show I welcome congressman Devin notice ranking on house intelligence also representing the San Joaquin Valley I am corrected not only the bread basket but the fruit and vegetable basket for the solar system hi we are dressing his podcast however because everything's coming together be doing Devon's two worlds the world of California and the splendor of the sand marking valley and the world of Washington and the work that he and his colleagues have conducted these last years since the twenty sixteen election to reveal what we can so far of russiagate and the attendant scandal now learning more about the defaming of general Michael Flynn a decorated war hero and was the director of the intelligence agency and now a man waiting sentencing for lying to a federal officer congressman Nunes Devin a very good evening to you I mention your podcast immediately we will return to your conversation with Chuck Ross of the daily caller who is Chuck Ross and when did you first meet him because we'll get into the substance of your podcast soon enough good evening here Devin thank you John one of the things I'm trying to do on my podcast that comes out every Friday and you're so gracious to let me come on and talk about it is I want to highlight those true investigative reporters I have now just determined they through dealing with the mainstream media for so long but what it really is and I think the way that Republicans and conservatives and and hopefully independent Americans would view the process is simply the operations arm of the communications arm of the Democratic National Committee and I made this point several times that you know Republicans that go on to these shows whether it's television or or the cable shows the cable wars or talking to the print media you're really just you might as well just walk into the DNC headquarters have all their lawyers their president and just submit yourself to a murder board with all the cameras on because it's just all they're doing is playing gotcha and the even the president United States I don't understand why he calls on the IRA realize he likes to jobs with these reporters argue with them and and he beats them tactically but the problem is in the long run they cut and paste what they want to do and I and I just don't think Republicans should be talking to them because they should be treated for what they are their arms of the Democratic National Committee they work for the Democratic National Committee directly or indirectly and the that can be as we learn through cut outs what which I'm sure we'll talk about later like D. or the DNC and the Clinton campaign hired Christopher Steele fusion GPS who then go in feed information to build narratives in the media and there's there's hundreds of them hundreds of inmates and I estimate it's up to ninety percent so what I want to do is highlight the few and real investigative journalists that are that are out there but Chuck Ross who writes for the daily caller he's adopted a guest on your show and I wanted to give him an opportunity to talk about him personally how we got into into journalism and what it's like to be one of the few real investigative reporters because you know if you if you really take this on its on its face there's hundreds and hundreds of so called journalists that are simply just DNC operatives this should be sued for defamation and slander and libel and they did it over and over and over again and in fact many were involved in the conspiracy because as Lee Smith point at point on his book many of them took the information from the DNC Clinton campaign and both the proto dossiers and then later the infamous Steele dossier's in a sense that really what that was is it was just a simple Google search find some names find some Russians find some people connected to the to the trump campaign then plant a bunch of stories during the the hell out of them and look it's impossible to believe that these that these people in the press a little working for like I said they're they're essentially indirectly working for the Democratic National Committee they were in on it they were totally in on it and there's so many examples of it it's overwhelming so yeah I think we should you know when you won a Pulitzer Prize for conservatives and Republicans in any model any independent out there a Pulitzer prizes really that surprised given by the Democratic National Committee for Hey congratulations you took our propaganda are libel or defamation you successfully wrote about what we wanted you to write about it here's your price that's what the Pulitzer should really be about it's about it's about being a political operative so I don't know what we're gonna name it right now but but we need a a we need a prize of the American people need a prize for the last few remaining investigative journalists and so Chuck Ross of the machine he somebody I did meet him until C. pack and that's the only time I've actually ever met him in person I've only talked to a few times but when I say he's a machine John you know I mean yeah if he kicks out the stories very very quickly on the Russia hoax stuff and he saw things that even our team of investigators didn't see interview people that we weren't familiar with and has done a done a hell of a job I want to turn to what truck crosses writing now that Michael Flynn and what you read and learn about your investigation of Michael Flynn's I have three years of torment however checking on California Devon much in the news forty million people our success of flattening the curve congratulations and yet governor Newsom remains determined to keep the beaches of California close this is a puzzle for all the rest of us in America that wish we had your weather I cannot reason easily how it is going to the beach and putting your feet in the Pacific Ocean is a risk of the virus is there something in California that's different these days there seem to be a whole lot of people in the bluest of states pushing against governor Newsom well the the funny thing is is about when this all started five six weeks ago one of the concerns I had was that there was a run all the grocery stores you know the cost goes in the bigger the walmarts the big box stores people going in and buying everything and I said at the time a a look this is like a this is panic buying we need some leadership here it you know if you want social distancing you don't want people to to be around each other we probably ought to stop these mosh pits that are being created at the grocery stores I said that over and over and over again but to no avail until finally a few weeks ago they started they began to put in the social distancing of sixty so now you go to the big box stores and you got us for those of you been there you stand on a little a lot of them put little stickers down on the floor you have to stand on the sticker and then one one cart move that then you move ahead which is fine and that makes some sense in this orderly for social distancing to insure one now mandated masks now through all of the stores about that but the problem has been it's made no sense why did you shut off these wide open parks that are that are sitting empty you you made it look like a murder scene you know miss all over California where there's this yellow tape for you or you you can get into and what's happening is people are parking on the street parking everywhere to take their dogs and they're still going out to these parts of the same is true for the beaches and the part that's hard to understand if it's if it's okay to go to a mosh pit then you turn the mosh pit at the grocery store that much but then you turn it into okay everybody have to be six feet away okay got it well there's gotta be some what age of some kind it's okay to take your dog for a walk in the park there has to be I you know if you if you could do six feet in the grocery store Maspeth can you do sixteen feet and then and a wide open Parker on a California beach can be sixteen B. can you do twenty six feet can you do fifty six C. K. two four miles you know I don't know John but it makes no damn sense and nobody understands it and it's funny evil seems to be punishing certain beaches over others right lows but Ventura county is open and I understand the counties to the north near Oregon are open as well not defiantly sort of like what gives here we're we're gonna have a good weather weekend well what I what I was gonna say is San Diego the merit San Diego who's a Republican who is likely going to be the challenger to Gavin Newsom he went out first thing in the morning yesterday when Newsome you know did this crazy beach closer closer issue and said it Hey we're not doing it governor here's you know here's the pictures we did this we are beach was open we all practice social distancing and the governor had the pictures are ready to go I mean the the mayor of San Diego Kevin Dr had the pictures ready to go and of course lonely hold governor you know good governor Newsom backed down to the mayor of San Diego which I think is the healthcare just political cowardice and I have no idea why he's punishing the people of Orange County it makes it makes absolutely no sense to me I noticed that Jeff blisters on your show a lot he was stabbed you know the fake news you know where they were showing crowded pictures of the beach however the picture was not even from the from what wasn't from last weekend it was from you know some crowded you know July fourth day or something so you know here you have the the the here's another example the mainstream media working for the Democrats essentially routine to keep everything close I mean it's become a political fight here over you know that that Moscow it's a grocery stores are okay as long as you are you're masking tape six feet apart but if you're born skin Orange County beach we're gonna throw fake news that you were going to keep you close down come hell or high water it makes absolutely no sense and John just one more story so I think you'll appreciate that shouldn't be a people is you know you can in my in my district you have furniture stores that are closed and we have a we have a local printer guy you said okay you know I'm gonna have I'm be open by appointment or just one person comments social distance look at furniture and.

John Baxter John Batchelor Devon California Washington congressman Devin San Joaquin Valley
"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"During Taylor's presidency sectional tensions over the Question Question of slavery reached a boiling point for many southern men like Alexander. Stevens Robert Tombs enough was enough Stevens. ENTOMBS would become leaders in the section enlist movement in the south. They would push for secession and they would go on to become vice. President Secretary of State of the confederacy Zachary Taylor had hoped to cool the growing tensions over slavery and unite the country round his presidency. He would never get the chance in July of eighteen fifty just sixteen months into his term tragedy would strike on July fourth day after Stevens. ENTOMBS barged into Taylor's office. The president returned to the White House. After a long day of glad-handing public appearances and a visit to the site of what would become the Washington monument thirsty and hungry tailored drink water if legends to be believed eight a Big Bowl of cherries to satisfy his empty stomach not long after he fell. Ill racked by sharp abdominal pain. Five days later. The Baltimore Sun reported on Taylor's condition. We regret to learn that the indisposition President Taylor yesterday assumed alarming character the next day the Sun announced the tragic news of Taylor's death riding the the nation will mourn the departure of a hero and patriot. Sonko Taylor's final words. I am ready to meet death. I have endeavoured faithfully discharge my duty. I'm sorry to leave my friends three days later. The Sun's reporting took on a conspiratorial tone. One dispatch read. There were other causes besides merely eating king and drinking that operated fatally upon his system. The Sun reported that on July third to southern L. trysts barge into Taylor's chambers and threatened him the insinuation relation with clear Taylor had been assassinated if not by Stevens entombs directly then by friends of the southern 'cause though most contemporaries rejected the notion. That Taylor Taylor had been assassinated. A cloud of suspicion hung over his death for well over a century in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Taylor's body was zoomed and examined by the State of Kentucky. Medical Medical Examiner. Put the question to rest concluding it is my opinion that President Zachary Taylor was not poisoned. After Taylor's tragic death the Baltimore Sun wrote of his successor. Mr Fillmore brings to the chair of office. A wealth of experience judgment in consummate prudence Millard fillmore. The often mocked comptroller from New York would need every ounce of judgment and prudence he could muster to prevent the fracturing country from tearing itself apart during Phil More Time in the White House sectional tensions over the issue of slavery only interest fill more would try to forge consensus between the two warring factions but his attempts to bring the two sides together would only push the nation in closer to the brink of civil war next on wicked game the election of eighteen fifty to the compromise of eighteen fifty signed signed into law by President Millard. Fillmore further divides divided nation and leaves both parties searching for new leaders. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe buttoning your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating leave. A review at the single legal best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find us on social media and wicked game pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM Nevada reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by meet. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by John. Paul Green and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. History that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"july fourth day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Louisiana his book is out it's called Vicksburg vindication of a civil war trader sandy how did the north react after Vicksburg surrendered There were ecstatic Sure under on the, fourth of July and. That's one reason. People were castigated But he felt he could. Get the best terms. On July fourth He, told, his generals who objected to surrendering on the fourth or no no my. People will, get better terms from July fourth day of the year everyone's right The north Hartman there was a law in lost so. Many man there was a law in recruiting war effort was. Going badly A lot of talk about Maybe giving up. The effort leading the south go in fact that same month on July eighteen sixty three major draft. Riots in New York City Over two hundred black people were either hanged or burnt at stake Need Under at Gettysburg had to divert your enforcers five entire regiments Which he could've used to pursue Robert E, Lee to New York to reestablish slowing order Not Going well in the north and this Tree Help them to Sure in fact it helped them to develop a false, sense of confidence After, Gettysburg and Vicksburg they wanna to go to nitric Chattanooga In the spring of eighteen sixty four began they thought the confederate army consisted of. Key remnants be mopped up fairly quickly The war would be over in three or four months And, they were appalled at the southern resistance Robert E Lee Inflicted more casualties from the army. Of the Potomac There's army of northern Virginia had We're about in the north near somebody who's been killed or wounded or wasn't a prison Andersonville and Hey look for a while I was the south was going to win the war politically because Election was coming up and ABRAHAM LINCOLN if he was gonna lose it so everybody else But then the in the last purring pour war on September second. When Atlanta fail Northern public opinion Reversed itself completely because I could see the light at the end, of the tunnel and I realized they were gonna. Win the war so. They're real elected south was finished off too much like My guest has been sandy mitchum the book Vicksburg sandy, wonderful to talk to you I know. That you're a World War Two authority but I'm glad that you took a little time to plow into the civil war and teachers, about Vicksburg in general Pemberton and all these other. Interesting people so I'm. Glad that we should hook up here Well thank you I really enjoyed the interview Hopefully, the people out there. Will, enjoy the. Book I sure enjoyed riding Regular is the. Publisher the book is, Vicksburg, sandy Mitchell, was the, author I'm Pat. Williams this is the weekend our it's news ninety. Six five in Orlando we've got more after this folks stay with us this message is for all of us. Sitting in the passenger seat and apologies if it gets a little uncomfortable but how does it feel to be at the mercy? Of someone who thinks a random text is more important than your life someone who takes their eyes off, the. Road, while speeding along in a three ton hunk of steel freaky right well why not. Just ask them to stop or, better yet volunteer, to text for them it might be a little awkward but believe me you'll live learn more at stoptextsstopwrecks dot org brought to you by the Ad Council and the National.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KPCC

"Singer songwriter and i was born and raised in del rio texas i wrote godspeed sweet dreams for my oldest boy when he was five years old mother had divorced and she remarried a frenchman after a custody dispute france with my son i wrote this lullaby just truly is a love song to him sledding him now that you know i was dad not cared and and i thought about all the things that you do when you're putting a little boy to mid four year old five year old boy and you know we would read stories superman's in pajamas on the couch yeah he gene i was having coffee with said how much i ate because to me you know separating child from their parents having grown up on the border antibiotics will home in a community that's eighty percent latino an understanding enough about the politics is the mess that's happening in central america politics in the drug trade you know just what could we do she said you should figure out how to sing god speed and spanish a prayer for the children at the border camino doodo son that gods i hope it changes people's hearts i think that puts a face to it it puts emotion to it it can it can win people over in ways that an argument not yeah i've closed my shows as the last encore with this song for decades i don't know if i can speak for the country music community but i know that i can speak for my audience for the most part even when they disagree with me politically they may they see my heart and they see that i'm to move towards thanks that are hard film that was singer songwriter rodney foster and that segment came to us from our friends at public radio station k ut in austin texas and now a song by musician who is herself an immigrant gaby moreno moved to los angeles from guatemala in two thousand to pursue her musical dreams and lately she's been collaborating with producer and arranger van dyke parts on her next album it's due later this fall but for july fourth day hurry to release a song called the immigrants here's gabby marino i always tell people now that i feel like an ankle baker evan living in los angeles for eighteen years that's half of my life but i'm still not a citizen i'm still a us resident can feel part of both is that that's so bad my name is gabby moreno and i was born and raised in guatemala city and i came to the united states when i was nineteen i love singing songs from latin america whether it's warm all our mexico peru origin tina and it felt good for me to be introducing this kind of music to an american audience.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on The Frame

"I've closed my shows as the last encore with this song for decades i don't know if i can speak for the country music community but i know that i can speak for my audience for the most part even when they disagree with me politically they may they see my heart and they see that i'm going to move towards things that are hard film gun gods that was singer songwriter rodney foster and that segment came to us from our friends at public radio station k ut in austin texas and now a song by musician who is herself in immigrant gaby moreno moved to los angeles from guatemala in two thousand to pursue her musical dreams and lately she's been collaborating with producer and arranger van dyke parks on her next album it's due later this fall but for july fourth day hurry to release a song called the immigrants here's gabby marino i always tell people now that i feel like an ankle pick evan leaving los angeles for eighteen years that's half of my life but i'm still not a citizen are still just a a us resident can i feel part of both is that is that so bad you know my name is gabby moreno and i was born and raised in guatemala city and i came to the united states when i was nineteen i love singing songs from latin america whether it's for allow or mexico peru or tina and it felt good for me to be introducing this kind of music to an american audience i met van dyke parks and we started talking about music from latin america and he told me how much he loved it and he felt a strong connection with it and so we said while he would be great to do a project where we bring in songs from different countries of latin america as well as long from the united states and try to bridge the two hemispheres we don't want to build a wall probably and the land and he was the one who brought to my attention the song the immigrants so the song originally was written in nineteen ninety eight by david rudder for a haitian refugee who was severely beaten by new york city police and now we decided to change lyrics to make it more relevant for the whole nation and not just near city so much trouble grave in the land of the free we had the song ready to go but we had no idea that it will be so relevant right now especially with what we're seeing right now they're being separated kids from their parents like what is this what have we become that men grease i think it's an important song to let everybody know that we all should be speaking up we are doing something amazing and we're not going anywhere you know we've always been here and you better get with it america and that is our show for today you can follow us on twitter and instagram you'll find us at the frame and you can find me at j g horn i'm john horn thanks for listening we'll see a back here tomorrow really

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"july fourth day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I the name of the game is rain you can thank me for leaving the country when the rain began did it not actually began on wednesday july fourth day was that during the day about right before sundown all right so for the most part i'm guessing people got in their festivities lord yes before the rain hit i know we had one point seven something on wednesday alone which is half of the average july total and then my understanding is it ran depending on where you were scattered showers thursday friday saturday yesterday and this morning the rain began to pull off at ten to come into the parking lot and i was stuck in my car for ten minutes it was coming down so hard in the parking lot was so flooded i couldn't get out of my car and are still scattered rain around the city i've seen some lightning off in the distance here and there this and we've got like fifty percent chance of rain today and a decent chance of pop up scattered showers through tomorrow and then we're back to hot exactly that's not bad the hope that it continues and then you have your nba free agency whose butthurt that tony parker is gone i'm sad not butthurt now are you sad i was at first but now i've kind of come to grips with it i understand it you of all people should have seen it coming yeah i mean we all knew that he was not going to sign with the spurs no because we knew that he could make more money somewhere else in the same thing with kyle anderson yeah by the way that's over kyle anderson is now a member of the memphis grizzlies four years thirty seven million nine million dollars nine and a quarter million dollars a year spurs were ready to give him five yeah give him nine and marco bellin elliot's back yeah that happened the day before we left for and we immediately i call up all my friends i think that's like three phone calls and they came over and we all jumped in my pool in the backyard and we played marco that's that's a big addition because he got even better after he left the spurs last year and philadelphia he was very very important to them and i think he's going to be great great to have him back but tony is gone and we'll talk about that coming up president is scheduled to announce his supreme court nominee during a prime time address tonight's scheduled for eight o'clock san antonio time we'll take a look at the short list which right now it looks like it's four individuals free guys and a woman san antonio i news national correspondent michael bauer has the details coming up in twenty minutes a man was killed overnight when he was hit by a car as he walked on the access road of sixty four between housman and bandera on the northwest side the local tech industries as a new nonstop flight to be announced today to oakland is a major boost for local tech texas farmers warned that the tariffs imposed by president trump could lead to the demise of many family farms and ranches also coming up at six thirty tonight is the night president trump announces his pick for the supreme court w away i news time six twenty now traffic and weather together from the precision.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For everybody within the sound of my vocal chords you know from the number you know from mohegan sun and who should know we're going right to the calls and mad is calling from staten island and matt you're on the fan what can you say i love you brother bone to pick with you well there you go who is your presidency or summers who is what your president who is the president your president my president yeah well that that has to be our president and that's donald trump the right answer rather jingle bells jingle bells jingle all are you a trump supporter as well you soundly see here's the thing we've had two people call it apparently loves trump and sound like it don't they vents is calling from fresh meadow advance how fresh is your meadow i want wanna thank you for taking my call well of course i'm gonna tanker why wouldn't i well i don't know if i just wanted to thank you for taking my call you're you're more than welcome but i thank you for making the call so it works both ways i wanna comments on first night it says we need wants to laugh he's a trump supporter so what he was talking about you know listen if you do this long enough you hear from everybody about anything and everything so i think the boy is just have to be on guard for anything and everything does come your way and i would say over the thirty one years here and july one by the way was wfan's birthday as it turned thirty one we have heard from everything and everybody that you can think of and and you know what it's not necessarily a bad thing because all of us whether it's a toy department or its real life we all have thoughts and opinions and feelings about lots of things and you know we don't have restrictions on what people can call about if they want to all sports station obviously and so we want to cover all of what you're gonna find in the in the sandbox and the playground but the bottom line is you're going to hear about everything and you've heard from to supporters of the president and and doesn't it make you think for a single second at least that he has a lot of people that sound like those two who called just on july fourth day get on a sports sports they try to but anyway i wanna call about a possible trade yeah on me when i eventually i have to hang up on everybody and eventually at lake come two o'clock i get hung bomb don't feel bad if you get hung up on because it happened.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On the road or or maybe traveling to the airport or what do you think is better i guess probably depends on where you're going listen it is road trip season i think when people think of july fourth day think of i hit my road on getting out there so i would say if you got a road trip planned you're going to be on the road with a lot of people about what he really nationwide if you don't have plan maybe maybe plan your road trip triple your next one in the off season yeah this seems like normally a travel holiday on the roads this year though more so i would say at the airport because what folks are taking it off next week aren't they because of the mid week holiday cooking unique for this year i off air fares are down so people are saying oh well fly beyond that cuts on a wednesday people are saying all right i'm gonna take the whole week off and then tack on a couple of extra days on either end so you might have just gone up to the bums july fourth on monday mid week and people are taking the whole week up there being a little bit more adventurous in the travel schuyler what is going to be the busiest day of this week coming up for travel yeah and we're going to see a lot of traffic throughout travel period in the denver metro area because we eat we set at the crossroads of i twenty five and i seventy i would say though the worst of it it's going to be on tuesday evening the evening of tuesday july third you're going to get commuters who itching to get off work at home the people who are really independence day trowel so tuesday's when looking house the most delays i would say all right gas prices going to cooperate or not so much know i think you're probably going to spike a little bit demands going up just weekend but down with trenton gas prices i think the high with memorial day and neighborhood it's it's lowered still sixty cents a year ago a major hit on her wallet even if you wrote slipping cross the country great that's going to help the travel budget thank you so much triple schuyler mckinley thanks guys six twenty five money news as we that we haven't quite gotten to where it's dr amazon telling you to turn your head and cough but we seem headed that way amazon is buying a medication delivery startup called pill pack for just under one billion dollars in a move that signals amazon's ready to get into the pharmacy industry pill pack makes user.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hi marty how are you that was a lot of baseball today in tonight yeah it was it was it was close to seven hours baseball but i don't know for me it was sort of the throwback to you know the old candlestick where we didn't have the swirling papers knowing around the left field corner with max leone pitching for the atlanta braves in the second game but it kind of had everything else i i like it i like it no matter and i'll tell you this before you give your comments on the game baseball is talking about cutting back this scheduled to one hundred fifty four games that that's the case may be there would be another double header to thrown in there and there are also people are talking about making a special holiday day you know like july fourth day or something like that where everybody plays a double header on that day and that sort of america's baseball's gift to america so to speak so we may see it again what's interesting i mean i remember back in the day they would purposely scheduled doubleheaders like yeah so what what's the difference why did they stop doing that money you know there's so many tv dates and of course admissions and all that stuff so it you know it's it's always a money issue but there are ways to make up that money and there is a sort of a groundswell of opinion essay on certain holidays baseball should celebrate the game of baseball with a double header so we'll see if that comes about.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Ukulele one oh no katie sagoes playing this fucking wife thinking victoria jackson victoria jackson yeah let's go to sleep now victoria jackson and have unseen related sex okay sounds great bring me about the anti christ i said it was you to she was right case goal would be to to the nose because of the but this movie is all about being on the show sons of anarchy sons of anarchy this is probably a little later i wanna say it doesn't have just been starting because it kind of just ended like what two years ago two three years earlier that bastard executioner fucking blow my god which by the way i was like hello new commute show watch that on the train and you want one i watched like three and it was literally like the worst shit imaginable yeah watched i watched two thousand eight and sons of anarchy yes it did not bastard ex no so decide like they're fucking peeved man and it's like they're talking about like what's the next thing for the biker gang and it's like oh we're going to participate in july fourth day parade and tim allen as as as patriotic as he isn't tim allen does love america not forget that he's had it he's had it with just throwing out little sparklers to the kids and whatnot no that's that's john travolta john travolta's pissed off about it he wants to get out of dodge broke let's go to road trip and tim allen's like no man you know blah blah blah he's a very much of a homebody.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com and on this fourth of july long holiday weekend while you're there pick up a copy of trump's war his battle for america war import now than ever it's the battle plan for our gender you see what's going on with the media attacking president trump you see what's going on with the establishment republicans and establishment democrats attacking donald trump yet still he is out there working for us trying to make the nation a better place and will who could be against that while dr savage had the vision to see it all and he put it down in writing in trump's war his battle for america i guarantee you you will not be disappointed now it is fourth of july weekend today where people take off we look back on our years of freedom and we set off fireworks we barbecue we eat too much food we drink too many liquids whether it's gatorade water or of the of adult beverage kind and we have a good time it's a did sometimes it's a longer weekend than others and this time it's a fourday weekend for some three further anyways july forth it's a day we celebrate our nation's independence we should reflect back on those who made the ultimate sacrifice throughout the hundreds of years so that we can live free and enjoy it and at times unfortunately we all take it for granted but we have veteran's day of memorial day and all those other days for that but this days equally important to really take a second then reflect back on those who have fought those who have died those are fought lived because they're amongst us as well so it's kinda like every day what july fourth day of patriotism are positive day red white and blue fireworks friends family barbecues and people talk about patriotism we wear red white and blue i do and to put flags up and people in my community little some people lined their driveways with a little flags it's great but as we are involved in this fourth of july weekend well like me i'm pretty sure about my own patriotism okay and i liked the fact that donald trump is our president because i feel his is patriotism is severe but well more than a third of millennials.

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"july fourth day" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"july fourth day" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Dot com and on this fourth of july long holiday weekend while you're there pick up a copy of trump's war his battle for america more important now than ever it's the battle plan for our gender you see what's going on with the media attacking president trump you see what's going on with the establishment republicans and establishment democrats attacking donald trump yet still he is out there working for us trying to make the nation a better place and will who could be against that that while dr savage had the vision to see it all and he put it down in writing in trump's war his battle for america i guarantee you you will not be disappointed now it is fourth of july weekend today where people take off we look back on our years of frieda men we set off fireworks we barbecue we eat too much such food we drink too many liquids whether it's gatorade water or of the adult beverage kind and we have a good time it's did sometimes it's a longer weekend than others and this time it's a fourday weekend for some three for others eddie weights july forth it's a day we celebrate our nation's independence we should reflect back on those who made the ultimate sacrifice throughout the hundreds of years that we can live free and enjoy it and at times unfortunately we all take it for granted but we have veteran's day memorial day and all those other days for that but this days equally important to really take a second then reflect back on those who have fought those who have died those are fought lived there amongst us as well so it's kind of like every day but july fourth day of patriotism up positive day red white and blue fireworks friends family barbecues and people talk about patriotism we wear red white and blue i do and put flags up and people in my community in little some people lined their driveways with a little flags it's great but as we are involved in this fourth of july weekend mo americans like me i'm pretty sure about my own patriotism okay and i liked the fact that donald trump is our president because i feel his patriotism is severe but well more than a third of millennials.

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