17 Burst results for "Laramie Wyoming"

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You go to chicken well the chickens were slaughtered during the US civil war luckily they were preserved in a salt mine in the desert in palm springs but we got a special deal on them for this club tonight what I really like to know you didn't get it but I got potatoes I love French fries a weakness for potatoes if you are the French fries you would see how good they would have brought over during the potato famine and eighteen forty nine now you've heard of russet potatoes Willie's were not rusted potatoes these were rusted potatoes Irish rust like potato Rosti special the allo luckily they were preserved since eighteen forty nine in the basement this place is very cold down there by the way as far as the vegetables go hope you enjoyed them you can't beat them the salad unbelievable the salad was found in Laramie Wyoming in a museum and the frosted with a mastodon but really worth it you may have seen a man raising the salad bar without utensils that you see in that was John Bolton who was just removed by club security because his mustache has got into the lettuce market we're having a little fun here some of the members of this club are solely admitted me younger child's right that's right I got a child's right to to come and join thank god the people saw them even know what I'm saying and that's what the tolerant to me because they can't hear what I'm saying just kidding this is a great club I don't mean to sound harsh about this great all club this is sort of along the lines of the friars club but it's not the friars club I call it the diner's club just kidding I'm actually one of the oldest members here in fact I'm so old that one of the younger members we have plenty of the younger members of this club here they came out they said did you charge a bargain deal with teddy Roosevelt I thought I saw you in and it was real I said no no that wasn't it another young member we have some of them came up and said you're Michael savage didn't I see you in a news reel at the Yalta conference with FDR and Stalin I should note that wasn't me no no just kidding but the fact is there are plenty of young people in this club wonderful young people I don't know that politics and like the a round of applause for the future of the university club the Sam's go university club the young people where are you I think this one here.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"With rocks infested with India other people claim that the trip was a lark a matter of following the some no matter they were leaving the United States and somewhere out there California way and a new life on may eighteenth eighteen forty one the combined party leave sapling growth just south of present day Kansas city on June one the pioneers not many missionaries across the river in central Nebraska and three weeks later they reach fort Laramie Wyoming but now a twenty year veteran of the high plains and the Rockies Fitzpatrick's moves away for them the party is making excellent time here again is Nancy leek at first I imagine this trip was kind of like a nice summer camping trip going along the Platte River it's not crowded yet plenty of grass for their oxen and other animals the weather's pretty good they worry about Indians but actually they don't have much trouble with Indians there is one incident where this young man in the group name Nicholas Dawson and he goes out hunting and he meets up with a band of Cheyenne Indians who take everything he has his right to his personal life his clothing they take everything and he comes running back in the camp and Nancy I thought this was hilarious because she says how you would have laughed if you'd seen him come running back in the camp he was entirely naked they'd taken everything well Tom Fitzpatrick goes out and talks to the Indians and he gets almost everything back but ever after that Nicholas Dawson was known as shy and docile Fitzpatrick Geisinger south pastor in the middle of July and by August ten they reach soda springs in southeastern Idaho and when we come back we'll continue with the story of Nancy Kelsey a remarkable woman who played a key role in the settlement of the west where.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This is Holland in the center of the United States opinion was divided some people believe that hearty man could cross the continent of the women and children would never survive it was tantamount to murder to take the woman on such a trip that's a missionary women made it was god's problems in any case the west was worth nothing the desert littered with rocks infested with India's other people claim that the trip was a lark matter following the some no matter they were leaving the United States and somewhere out there California way and a new life on eighteen eighteen forty one the combined party leave sapling Grove just south of present day Kansas city on June one the pioneers not many missionaries across the river in central Nebraska and three weeks later they reach fort Laramie Wyoming but you know a twenty year veteran of the high plains and the Rockies Fitzpatrick's moves away for them the party is making excellent time again this is Nancy leek at first I imagine this trip was kind of like a nice summer camping trip going along the Platte River it's not crowded yet plenty of grass for their oxen and other animals the weather's pretty good they worry about Indians but actually they don't have much trouble with Indians there is one incident where the young man in the group name Nicholas Dawson and he goes out hunting and he meets up with a band of Cheyenne Indians who take everything he has his right to his personal life his clothing they take everything and he comes running back in the camp and Nancy I thought this was hilarious because she says how you would have laughed if you'd seen him come running back in the camp he was entirely naked they'd taken everything well Tom Fitzpatrick goes out and talks to the Indians and he gets almost everything back but ever after that Nicholas Dawson was known as shy and docile Fitzpatrick Geisinger south pastor in the middle of July and by August ten they reach soda springs in southeastern Idaho and when we come back we'll continue with the story of Nancy Kelsey a remarkable woman who played a key role in the settlement of the west where.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"So y'all and and the shuttle delighted states opinion was divided some people believe that hardy man could cross the continent of beer women and children would never survive those ten amount to murder to take a woman on such a trip that's a missionary women made it was god's problems in any case the west was worth nothing the desert littered with rocks infested with India other people claim that the trip was a lark matter of following the some no matter they were leaving the United States and somewhere out there California away and a new life on may eighteenth eighteen forty one the combined party leave sapling growth just south of present day Kansas city on June one of the pioneers not many missionaries across the river in central Nebraska and three weeks later they reach fort Laramie Wyoming but now a twenty year veteran of the high plains in the Rockies Fitzpatrick's moves away for them the board is making excellent time again this is Nancy leak at first I imagine this trip was kind of like a nice summer camping trip going along the Platte River it's not crowded yet plenty of grass for their oxen and other animals the weather's pretty good they worry about Indians but actually they don't have much trouble with Indians there is one incident where the young man in the group name Nicholas Dawson and he goes out hunting and he meets up with a band of Cheyenne Indians who take everything he has his rifle his pistol his life his clothing they take everything and he comes running back in the camp and Nancy thought this was hilarious because she says how you would have laughed if you'd seen him come running back in the camp he was entirely naked they'd taken everything well Tom Fitzpatrick goes out and talks to the Indians and he gets almost everything back ever after that Nicholas Dawson was known as Cheyenne dos guide center south pastor in the middle of July and August ten they reach soda springs in southeastern Idaho.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"With rocks infested with India other people claim that the trip was a lark Amir matter following the some no matter they were leaving the United States and some more of their California away and a new life on may he eighteen eighteen forty one the combined party leave sapling growth just south of present day Kansas city on June one of the pioneers Mountain and missionary across the river in central Nebraska and three weeks later they reach fort Laramie Wyoming but now a twenty year veteran of the high plains of the Rockies Fitzpatrick's moves away for them the board is making excellent time here again is Nancy leak at first I imagine this trip was kind of like a nice summer camping trip going along the Platte River it's not crowded yet plenty of grass for their oxen and other animals the weather's pretty good they worry about Indians but actually they don't have much trouble with Indians there is one incident where this young man in the group name Nicholas Dawson and he goes out hunting and he meets up with a band of Cheyenne Indians who take everything he has his rifle his pistol his life his clothing they take everything and he comes running back in the camp and Nancy thought this was hilarious because she says how you would have laughed if you'd seen him come running back in the camp he was entirely naked they'd taken everything well Tom Fitzpatrick goes out and talks to the Indians and he gets almost everything back ever after that Nicholas Dawson was known as Cheyenne dos Fitzpatrick guide center south pastor in the middle of July and August ten they reach soda springs in southeastern Idaho and when we come back we'll continue with the story of Nancy Kelsey a remarkable woman who played a key role in the settlement of the west.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Big tornado coming in a large tornado twisting across feels near laramie wyoming significant flash flooding in parts of pittsburgh dropping ninety year old man stalled car i could see that the water was rising very rapidly and a a you know i consider my options which weren't very good to good samaritans racing in pulling him out to safety and rob marciano joins now live from central park with a look at the week ahead and write and also keeping her on a disturbance in the gulf orange line now so hurricane season upon us lots of activity on the radar scope is well tonight so let's show you that from the carolina coastline all the way to the colorado rockies we also have a severe thunderstorm watch dispose of her montana flood watches for pittsburgh into dc a cluster of storms a lot of heavy rain without a latin overnight tonight into tomorrow along that stationary boundary and then below that the heat is on again across the south or look at a heat index values will up in over one hundred degrees across dallas houston in new orleans which has reason the warriors were looking at a mid level spin it'll drop into the gulf of mexico mid week in the national hurricane center is thinking that has about a fifty percent chance of developing into a tropical cycle and so folks in louisiana northern florida you watch that closely dumb or i will stay monitoring that system rob thank you next tonight the california residents remain on edge rattled by powerful back tobacco earthquakes the seven point one magnitude quake friday night scene here rocking back your pool and rich crest who's the largest hit southern california since nineteen ninety nine and also share release damaging wasn't more catastrophic thousands of aftershocks are still expected abc's marcus more is there and rich crushed tonight communities on edge as thousands of aftershocks rattler region already hit by two of the strongest quake hit california in twenty years or violent tremors igniting fires this woman struggling to get up during the severe shaking we spoke a lot of residents who are very concerned that's why we've been trying to push if you're not prepared right now you should be getting prepared right now officials warning of the potential for more violent tremors in the coming days residents aren't taking any chances my feeling is tough way through advertise going up my wall so it's safer assaults at the epicenter of friday's quake in isolated kern county eleven miles from thursday six point four tremor but felt as far away as new batter even mexico this is one of the women examples of how strongest quake was take look at this the ground shifting tearing apart the guarantee and leaving the scar in the desert authorities tonight calling it a miracle that no one died but urging residents to start preparing for the next quick to give back to a normal life it is important that we get the but we need to move fast when we bowl experience an first responders are prepared you could see the heavy equipment they have on standby just in case there's another quake but they certainly hope they don't have the user tom marcus morris marcus thank you and there's much more world news tonight this sunday suggestively chain reaction crash what they're saying tonight about a car crossed the median and plowing run into oncoming traffic plus the new interview and what we're loaning tonight about that devastating explosion at a florida shopping center the weather is music legend leaving wonder what the just revealed to concert audio so when it comes to hiring you don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast that's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using it intuitive online dashboard and when you need to hire fast accelerate your results with sponsor jobs new users can try for free at indeed dot com slash tonight that's indeed.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Show. The. Answer to this question. Listen to Bill mcgurn from the Wall Street Journal point is we've got a roaring economy, and it didn't happen by accident and Republicans should be saying that instead they're sort of vaguely taxing attacking Democrats for wanting to to raise taxes and so forth. But I think they have not played up. Not just the economy, but their role in giving us the street point five percent growth. So is it. It's the economy stupid is that it I think a lot of traditional Republicans think that way why is he hitting these hot button issues and then the Republicans run for the hills. What's he up to eight three three eight five two four eight six six Zeke in Knoxville, Tennessee? Hey, how's it going? I think the reason why he's doing all especially even with the with the McGraw. You know, I personally believe that if he can of get this taken care of he's got basically one foot in the door. And the other reason, you know, I think is because there's there's a lot of people that agree with this law that he's wanted to pass or whatnot to not allow people to have children born here become American citizens. So he's kinda kinda double standard kind of where he's gonna win not only people. But also, basically get his foot in the door on immigration to where a lot of the Republicans Republicans who actually vote with him in the in the future to help him kind of figure out this whole immigration issue. Yeah. And then Zeke, the the birthright citizenship is such a glaring example. You know, when you have people who are doing essentially birth tourism where they come in give the in have the baby people look at that. And they see that glaring example. And if he can highlight that, Dan, he's. He's got he's got people paying attention to the issue, and he can focus on the wall. And all the other stuff that's part of it that sometimes people get lost in the in the details. Zeke thanks for the call. Let's take Amy and Laramie Wyoming. Hey, tom. How you doing today? Good. How you doing? Not bad weather is doing real good on the trucker. So I'm on the road lot beautiful. Okay. When it comes to the fourteenth amendment. It does need curve -cation. Okay. It it really does. We have to clarify exactly who is under the jurisdiction of the US because there's a lot more that goes into that phrase at the time period. When amendment was written, then is seen now it's not just governed by the laws of the US. It's also who holds allegiance and has sworn to the United States. Well, that's the argument that they've been having since since it happened when they passed the fourteenth amendment. And then they had the the first big case. It was a Chinese guy was his parents were here they were working on the railroad. And then they had the big. Case and the two arguments have now this is where they supposedly clarified that this meant everyone born on US soil. Some of the justices said that the the phrase meant that it was everybody other justices said, no, no, no. It's whoever owns allegiance to the country. Just like you said now, Amy the question is do we have to clarify the amendment or should we just do with the way the government's supposed to work? You're we're not supposed to be forced to clarify amendments. I what you do is you passed a law, and then it goes up against these people who say that it's either constitutional or unconstitutional, I think they should get to passing a law and say birth tourism, and you know, anchor babies, whatever you wanna call it use.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Understand it's below market rate. So we would like I said earlier. We were not asking. We're willing to. Scaled up option would allow us. Time to build those. Budgets. Timeline decibel wave operation. Landlord's proposed allowing agalarov to rent half of the current location for the same price like say, it may be able to reach an agreement, but the landlords stopped the negotiations. Last Friday Kwan fun is the property manager for the landlords. He says the real issue is about being able to afford renovations to the building to make it more accessible to the disabled by next year. Kwan said the two sides are stuck over who should pay for the buildings renovations breakdown of negotiation Bush, not because of that space or the term. Other. But more like requirement off the CD again ADA compliance. So that's the reason why we did not come to agreement because no no party. I just don't want the responsibility compliance. Tenants at the property are meeting at this hour to discuss possible solutions. There are no new negotiations between the gallery and building management currently scheduled. The two thousand thirteen violence against women's act has special significance to native women who face twice the rate of domestic abuse women of any other ethnic group. It's overdue for Congress's reauthorization. But a recent effort by Democrats to extend the law failed to receive a single Republican vote. Melody Edwards reports from Laramie Wyoming Republicans stepped in at the last minute to keep the act funded by including it in an appropriations Bill called the continuing resolution or CR Caroline LaPorte. His policy adviser for the national indigenous women's resource center. She says the CR is not a permanent fix though since it will lapse in early December. She says delaying until after the midterm election. Feels like a political maneuver, I think violence is should be bipartisan issue, right? Definitely shouldn't be something that party lines. The two thousand thirteen. Violence against women act gave tribes more authority to prosecute domestic violence crimes, including those by non natives. But LaPorte says there are several gaps that continue to limit tribal authority. She says the democratic Bill would allow tribal courts to prosecute violence against children as well as attacks by strangers. And it would be good to see that Bill move forward after the election. There's a lot of momentum right now just with everything that's going on the metoo movement, and you know, with women mobilizing when these issues, and so I think if people can just sort of continue to do that. You know that we can have a reauthorization for provision for native women LaPorte says it's critical to reauthorize the accidents one in four native women experiences sexual violence in her lifetime twice as likely as women in any other ethnic group for national native news. I'm melody Edwards in Laramie playwright, poet and author in toes K, Sean gay died Saturday at the age of seventy Sean gays most acclaimed theatre pieces, the nineteen seventy-five Tony nominated play for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enough. It described the racism sexism violence and rape, experienced by seven black women and has been influential to generations of progressive thinkers from hashtag metoo architect. Toronto Berg to Pulitzer prize winning playwright land nodded Nottage called Sean gay, quote, our warrior, poet, dramatist shonky once described her early influences on her thinking since I was a little girl I had to heroes. One.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"According to Suffolk County police a suspect slashed a seventy five year old woman when she answered the door to green lawn home and then punched her nine year old husband and then threw him to the ground. Both were taken to the hospital. Both are expected to survive suspect got away with cash and credit cards more violence in the Middle East as Israeli forces clashed with Palestinian protesters in Gaza, correspondent Oren Liebermann. We've seen those clashes weekly. They become almost daily. Now. He's real says in sixteen thousand Palestinians participated in those protests along the Gaza border. We've seen those protests become violent part of that. Israeli response is a response to those protests airstrikes carried out earlier. In the day Palestinian ministry of health says four Palestinians were shot and killed by Israel forces during those protests the ashes of Matthew Shepard, the twenty one year old gay man who was beaten to death in Laramie Wyoming back in nineteen ninety eight have been interred at the National Cathedral in Washington. More than two thousand people gathered at the cathedral today to honor his memory twenty years after gay rights icon. Matthew Shepard was killed his ashes finding a permanent home in Washington National cathedral. Bishop of Washington, Reverend Mariann body says the cathedral coil forever. Protect and honor. His physical remains while his soul is safe with God. And his spirits. Forever for the last twenty years Shepard's. Parents have kept his ashes in Laramie, Wyoming where he was slain Curtis Washington. More cases of the measles in.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WTVN

"Zero eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero and we only have two and a half hours until the the kickoff the Washington state Cougars, at Laramie Wyoming is Wyoming. Cowboys the epicenter of the college football universe is going to be, my, living, room When I get home and get my cougar's stuff on for all of you there five. Ninety AM NewsRadio five ninety k. q. and t. in Seattle how you doing All you could anyway we just had a spirited discussion with with the. Young, jet they're out of Spokane if if you heard that good. For you we're, not gonna replay it and it was in regards to. Whether or not John McCain literally the, guy the guy ended with this is the fantasy world. This guy had and I say this because I know he's still listening I know he's driving around. South hill the listening the by the. End of the phone call the guy said that John McCain was literally directing North. Vietnamese surface. To air missile operators like this we were talking about during the commercial he's planning to specific f. Four is that are flying over going on that guy that's Anthony I. Hate that bitch It. Was ludicrous in Japan This is the funny part is the the McCain hatred and the Trump, tends to, be, overwhelmingly, democrat no democrat your here's here's. Why you should be proud I dunno one democrat who so psycho that the even said. That. In two thousand eight okay but here it is in two thousand eighteen and it tends to be Trump supporters who have, given up their critical thinking and we'll defend what Trump, said in two. Thousand fifteen, which is indefensible but anyway Grayson in lovely Mason Arizona thanks. For. Calling him well I just wanted to I I can't stop laughing right now Mike friends still SAM's where firing it the, raiders but you're tribute to the Senator McCain last week, in a dark. Secret place Moved me to tears oh thank you I really, appreciate your insight and of course I'm geeking out to 'cause you're seventy one Walk around oh yes yes and it's funny 'cause I I literally play your secret dark secret. Place on. A loop and I just tag him and I let it run. All, weekend and. I just so happened this. Moment moments ago I didn't realize that I was on joepags I'm like oh I, haven't heard this before and I'm like. Oh, that's today it's now and so, of, course I hear this. I won't, use the explicit is this. Guy talking I it just blows my mind where these. People come from and and I really appreciate you putting them back in place. But please, keep up the great work, yeah he sounded like a. Husky the, yeah. The dealers for. People this, listening my show dark secret place if you go on iheartradio you can download the podcast it's the most downloaded podcast from America's number one radio station campaign doing now. Now now. And the deal is I here's the thing I. Listened back to that and it's not, often that emotion Bleeds through, in, my normally draft but lovable, exterior but I you know I I. Was in that our it's the nine o'clock hour from us we show I was choking up. Because he has. Been a hero of mine all my life I I. Had I'm not kidding about this wherever I worked in. Radio I had two days off and written in my contracts one of them was the day, after Jimmy Stewart dies and the day after Ronald Reagan dies and I was. At a doing a. Wacky, morning show in Reno alternative station when Jimmy Stewart died Jimmy Stewart is a huge hero of mine because he joined the. Army air corps a year before Pearl Harbor and all that he did. This very selfless man who, I had the honor of meeting Ronald Reagan goes without saying I, happen to be deployed with the Washington army National Guard's one six one infantry Charlie company, when Reagan died and I briefed my. Guys and I said we are going to be the most Pissed off patrol in Iraq today nobody better f- with us I. Almost feel like giving people, warning don't ambushes today Reagan died you don't know the pain I'm, going to bring down on you with my VHF radio and an f. fifteen don't do, it and we had a peaceful day And so the. Literally the, those were, the two days I had John John. McCain also you know a hero and I had the great. Honor like say have a. Meeting him and then talking with them and then slightly. Pissing them. Off but you know at. The Andy said thank you for the input he said you know I haven't heard some of that. Stuff thank you very much and So, yeah well, I just wanted to know yet brother from another, mother, here in lovely Arizona so appreciate your work keep, it up and just carry on. All right thank, you very much Arizona, man we'll be by the. Way who, are you, listening on your on on the app. Ablaze okay yeah all right Yeah it's. Huge, cool there you go thank you very much we'll we'll talk to Kim why, not Kim is in. Illinois thanks for calling the weekend Brian. Sits in. Here for joepags hi, Brian, this. Person I've I've ever heard. Of you and I've heard you balancing Joe all the? Time. That. I. Love you And I was just calling into first of all say thank you for your service and sacrifice for this country I am a huge military order sorry For anyone that wants to say anything bad about somebody in the. Military that has never walked in. There And especially John McColl what he went through. I, don't know if anybody can sit at a couple of minutes of what. That man went through south no. And it was all he when the newspapers reported that Admiral John McCain the second son was shot down all upset was out the window They knew the North Vietnamese figured. Out it was him they gave him better medical treatment and then when he healed up and they realize what a propaganda coup it would be if they released him out of charity or. Or magnanimity and. He said no he said no we have a code of conduct first in first out I can't. Line jump shot instead of conduct and they strapped him to a Rafter. And they began to beat the living crap out of him for weeks and weeks. And weeks and near he nearly died he. Actually prepared his on. Suicide and the North Vietnamese guards. Realize what a failure that. Would be and the other POW's told. Them to leave and he and he would, that's the reason he's he's a hero any I can get shot. Down over Hanoi that's not why the guy is a hero it's because xactly exactly I know exactly what. You're, saying never served in the military I've had family members in their Bank. I've never known anybody to survive. Like that and I have some Respect. But I also wanted to say about Megan. McCain I love her She is such, a strong inspiration for women and I didn't always care about John's politics but I respected him because he listened and, he did a met a. Lot of, that respect for service like that, but he was great congressman so I I don't have anything like that but, I was wasn't calling on the. Radio because I don't have a TV but she. May be cry And like. I say. Our she's. A personal friend I filled in, for her, for years for for, three years during her show and I can, say I if if anyone if John McCain's, legendary temper went to anyone in his DNA chain it's our biggest she when she goes to another gear when when, you poke her about something. She deeply, believes in oh yeah she doesn't, hold back at it's it's it's fine and that's why it's called guy told, my I told my daughter You know. What never be afraid of defending your ideas just because a man says it don't don't back down, and that's, Brian what's that how's your. Daughter she's. Nine nine. Years since she was born in, she's a, yeah I Ronald Reagan Megan is I I caught that Megan is would be a good role model for her because I never. Liked the? View I never? Watch much, of it until may went on there, because I, watched, her on FOX You know what's the. Five women what is that she was on their first for awhile with a five outnumbered yet Number and ever since then I've liked her a lot I knew. Who she was but, she's an, inspiration for all women? For what she? Was going through between Trump and her dad she never did talk Disrespectful about. Donald I had to praise her for that because was her father and I just wanted to say thank. You for. Your service and I. And I want. To, say to all. The military people out there thank. You for your service for the country and we wouldn't be anywhere if we didn't have you guys all right there's. Kim in Illinois thanks for. Calling thanks good Labor Day we'll be. Back right after. This Brian sits in for joepags on the weekend will be..

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KOMO

"Twelve thirty Butch hamden is the new offensive coordinator for the huskies talking about the challenges for his group in tomorrow's game playing. These games sometimes as, a coach you're always thinking about all these other things that really comes back to just the. Simple things first, and foremost communication cadence can off the snap at the right time and taking everything one step at a time and like, the huskies the Cougars will open their season on. The road they'll be in. Laramie Wyoming. That's altitude I think about seventy two hundred feet to take on the Wyoming Cowboys at twelve, thirty tomorrow big news out, of LA big dollars for Rams all pro defensive, tackle. Aaron Donald how big a record set Setting NFL contract for a defensive, players six year deal. Reportedly worth one hundred thirty five million dollars a forty million dollar signing bonus eighty seven million dollars guaranteed not bad meanwhile we. Await one Earl Thomas, is decision when will he return to the Seahawks and they'll be cuts coming between now tomorrow. For every team, in the NFL is they've got to get down to that regular season roster limit of fifty three storming in Phoenix tonight, opened a sweet their series with the mercury and. The Mariners as play game. To their. Four game series in Oakland tonight with Mike leaked on the mound for the EMS you've got, to win last night more, sports coming your way in thirty minutes traffic just, ahead. KOMO news time four eleven You've reached the high fashion? Hotline hi my family has big plans for Labor Day weekend outfits aren't measuring up then get to, old navy old. Navy Yup navy's huge Labor.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"I would be pleased if you told me I had to start my franchise with. I'm not saying he's Carson Wentz, but I could live with him being my franchise QB or my potential franchise QB back to that Seattle side. Remember when John Schneider, their GM in Seattle went to Josh Allens pro day, and people said, well, what's he doing there and apparent? There was a report that Russell Wilson's camp reached out and said, hey, anything we need to know about this. Yeah, and John Schneider played that. And there's two ways to look at that John Schneider's explanation was he wanted to see hadn't seen Allen play before, and he wanted to see him play. Live is supposed to at a different game, but Alan, Josh Allen was hurt. So now he was taking the opportunity and I get that and there's some truth. And even if you don't need a QB, you study other QB's because maybe John Schneider becomes a GM for another team. One day. Maybe someone wants to offer a trade two years from now and he, he, you need to know who all the players are. So I understand scouting someone Laremy Wyoming those not a place you're just passing through. It's not like John Schneider was going to. Someone he's on his way to pro day, and he's going to USC and hey, UCLA had their pro day the day before when I get there early and go to that, that's not how owning is you go into Wyoming with the reason and a purpose. I went to that bro day. Trust me, I if fly into Denver and then you drive two hours up up up into the sky and you come to light Laramie Wyoming eventually. So I thought it was revealing that John Schneider was they're not saying, again, not saying that means he wants to get rid of Russell Wilson, but that's two indications now that they're thinking about other QB's and Josh Allens not someone they were drafting the backup Russell Wilson..

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"They would be some oxen with supplies with these handcart companies. But as we'll see, not nearly enough. The Donner party disaster happened in eighteen forty. Seven hundred. Forty eight. Yeah. And and it happened, you know, not in in these environments they they came through. They came through the Salt Lake valley less than a year before the Mormon pioneers set, right. Yeah. So and the idea of leaving too late was a well known, right problem, right. We should just mention that the Donner party didn't end well, it was not a good party. It was. It was among history's worst potlucks. We'll we'll talk about that another show Google that if you want to. So nearly Tober both parties reached fort Laramie Wyoming where they expected to be restocked and provisioned. But again, because of Brigham Young's, incredible logistical skills, no provision. We're stocked for them. There. The companies had to start cutting back their food rations hoping that supplies last and they could get help from Utah. So already they're off to a terrible start. Yeah, they lighten their loads down to ten pounds per person, discarding anything extra, including very stupidly blankets, and coats. So, yeah, I don't think we're going to need these. These. What time of year was this was hidden until October. Oh goodness. And the Mormons in Salt Lake realized that shit's about hit the fan. So they actually do put together a pretty sizable rescue operation. But again, terribly operated entirely carried out. They sent out four mule teams, twenty-seven men, sixteen wagonloads of food and supplies, but inevitably the storms came. The to wagon trains were coming from the the east and the Utah. Mormons heading from the west, both got caught in winter storms in October and brought to a standstill, and then the stories and you guys remember some of these stories from when we were kids about pulling these wagons knee and waist deep snow in blizzards fully exposed over the rocky mountains. Those are those are mostly true stories. It was hell disastrous and unnecessary. Hell because they just. Started in at the wrong time. No need for this to happen. None at all. Just that just Brigham Young decided he needed a solid underclass in Utah. Right stat, right, right. And probably a pool of new possible wives. Right, right. Eventually in in November, both the rescue parties actually reached both the handcart companies and started to resupply them which they would have to do several times because they had to carry the supplies with them. So they didn't have enough supplies to fully provision handcart companies. So the rescue parties would provision them and that would get him another fifty miles. They had this head back to Salt Lake load up again and all again. Put a bunch of them on the wagons. I think it was pretty limited. The the widely company. Let's see. The wily company right in Salt Lake City and November. Ninth with sixty eight members of the company that lost their lives on November eighteenth, the backup party met the Martin company and got their supplies, at least, and then all the members are able to actually ride the wagons back and one hundred four wagons had to carry the Martin companies in Salt Lake City, November thirtieth, and a hundred and forty five members. Their party died in most of the rest of the members of both parties lost fingers and toes. Well, you don't need all your fingers toes, small price to pay for whatever for living in a high desert hell scape with with a dictator and us. Remember this, this this story you might remember of when we were kids, they will always tell the story about these three eighteen year olds who went and carried a bunch of people across the frozen river. Do you remember that story? I don't. I, it's, it's it's really popular in Mormon lower, and it goes to three eighteen year old boys belonging to the relief party came to the rescue and to the astonishment. All carried nearly every member of that ill fated handcart company across the snowbound stream. The strain was so terrible and the exposure, so great that in later years, all the boys died from the effects of it when president, Brigham Young heard this cold works. Four years later die of hypothermia, you contracted..

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Com pay. And Ricans the recruitment video. And I just found that's ridiculous But that's not my experience at, a university so I wrote an article in. The article is spot on by the way that you know we just said are we ever, going to reach a point where it's truly truly enough of this nonsense because I. Watched the. Video and it's a great. Video and you linked to it in the article that I've linked to your article on, the? Blog today this video could not be more diverse if they I mean the only thing that's. Missing is like a transvestite midget you know they have. Students from all over the world they have, students of every ethnishity a vast majority of the students in the video are female and they show these university of. Wyoming students doing the most remarkable cool, amazing. Things you're right it's a great recruiting video so so what is. Wrong with wanting to be a, cowboy that that's the issue here Right I, think what's wrong with them is really just. Zero in on the phrase and understanding the what the phrase really stands for because you're right, in a radio, explain it it's not about what you are truly about who you are been a cowboy? He's talking about the spirit the spirit of underdog the spirit of waiting to take challenge of the spirit of believing and practicing the rugged individualism and that's. American spirit and somehow I believe most of the, people who, criticize this video probably didn't even sit down to watch the video, the tagline the word needs more Cowboys you. Need a jumping to criticism talk to me about your experience I mean you just kinda referenced, it did you get that that that rugged individualism instilled a you at the university. Of Wyoming. What what is the university. Of Wyoming all about do you think this video captures it 'cause I gotta tell you Why? Was? His college student I looked at this video? I'm like okay I would I would? Definitely give them a look Yeah well so I m article. This is an experienced out? A university right will be. Really change, in, the the. Definitely instill the cowboy spirit in me So. I mentioned that I'm a new immigrant and when I went to university of Wyoming first of all I was a poor student I. Didn't. Have. A, car so I took, the greyhound by road from upstate New York to Laramie Wyoming in a greyhound bus for three days and three nights wow Where am I going I just know I just knew I'm going west and yeah so that's my. First And university of Wyoming, not only are antacid Education my, cross was very diverse as, I mentioned article half the class were women. And most of us are from another country we, have. Many students from China from from Norway etc so you can always. Hear somebody's because different language in a hallway you always see. Somebody else with different skin color either way and or so that's where I bought my first car was a speak shift to, know how to drive My roommate You know she's a. Wyoming girl she wouldn't. To me she drove the car back for me. And show she taught me basically how to drive a stick shift in, one block and then she left. Me alone Practice that's hilarious well you know what though that is one of those skills that's dying out hell and you know a lot of younger people don't know how. To drive, a stick shift and. My husband and I. Say that we're going to buy my daughter a. Stick shift when she turned sixteen because we know no other teenager will, be able to drive her car Right A good skill to. Have could you never know what kind of car you're going to end up? With so you especially with a good? Deal, yeah you want to be able to. Learn it just gives you more. Control I think that's the. Spirit you keep you more control your own. Destiny and the car is the ultimate symbol.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The overall investigation i don't think it does that either i mean what you have is you have to rogue employees at the fbi who are just sounding off to each other both of them need to be out of the fbi period nope no question about that larger implications i don't think so i think all you need to know about that we have i think a really really interesting show today lot of topics centering on the question of political correctness run amok let's get right to it grew who is producing the show today have you ever been to wyoming you have never been to wyoming you should call to wyoming sometime why owning a wonderful state it's the motto is there the cowboy state that's i i have not been to wyoming and years and years but back when i was in college i traveled all across the country on the national debate team and there used to be a the season always used to start off with a a two weekends swing i you'd go to first you'd go to wyoming university of wyoming which is in laramie wyoming and then you go down to university of northern colorado which is in greeley colorado but that's how it used to start so we start the season you go out to toe laremy wyoming and i have i mean i i remember nice open campus i like university of wyoming in laramie wyoming university of their their mascot their nickname is they are the cowboys just like universe wisconsin has the badgers just like michigan has the wolverines you know michigan state is the spartans in wyoming they are the cowboys if you go to the university of wyoming you are a cowboy dislike if you go to university of wisconsin you are a badger all right that's the background and it's not surprising that you know you're a cowboy if you go to the university of wyoming 'cause like i say it is the cowboy state that is their slogan the image the logo that they have for the university of wyoming cowboys is a silhouette of a cowboy on a horse the horse is bucking think think kind of bucking bronco cowboy on a horse the horse bucking cowboys got one hand on the reins and another his hat and the other hand okay like the bucking bronco thing like you see in the westerns that is the logo of the university of wyoming cowboys because it is the cowboy state got it all right so where are we going with this why is this controversial well the university of wyoming.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In that part of the world japanese forces were very close and they engaged japanese forces relatively frequently my father spent time actually in china burma and india and india that point part of the country where he was in remember the stories that he would tell us out of places like karachi which which today are pakistan and the other thing that i remember but my dad who came home and raise the family is most world war two veterans did the thing that i remembered most about my dad was that every christmas as we approached the christmas season he would write a along hand thank you note excuse me longhand christmas card not a longhand thanking along hand christmas card to his buddies who had served had with and i remember there was one fellow out of kentucky i've never met him but i felt like i knew him we saw pictures of him and re read the christmas cards he sent an obviously read the christmas cards my dad sent to a fella named paul butler then there was another fellow who i believe his last name was hitchcock he was in laramie wyoming and they maintained these long distance relationships and i remember as a little boy realizing that that the friendship that was forged by them while in the military was something pretty special the relatives and the neighbors got a christmas card that was signed by my parents but if you had served in the military with my father in china burma and india they maintained these friendships well into the the nine hundred ninety s my dad passed in the summer of two thousand and i'm sure that many of you have similar stories and now i'd like to give you an opportunity will open it up giving opportunity give us a call you kidding dodge and mentioned by name someone either who is alive today or someone who has passed on whether they passed on while in the military or they passed on later in life is an evening that i'd like to devote the next forty three minutes to just hearing from you and you can tell us a little bit about them their name what service they were in where they served and what they relationship wise to you and if you can recall a story such as i did that's all the better but i remember my dad sitting at the.

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"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"laramie wyoming" Discussed on WEEI

"A political conventions i think it five years you could see the draft on hopefully nbc cbs anybody that writes the league a check so i can understand how it's the perfect confluence of our love college football and are overwhelming passion for the nfl their degrees of fantasy football attached to it because you've been trained now the think like gm you think you know more than most of the folks calling the shots if we're talking about cleveland you're probably not wrong but i have just been surprised and maybe i'm a little bit too close to it that figure at some point there's going to be a correction you hit a point of saturation look even nfl regular season ratings were down this year in part because of all the injuries in part because somebody you were turned off by the notion of athletes expressing their political opinions and mostly because it's a five thousand channel universe but somehow someway the draft gets bigger and bigger every year and it certainly helps this year it's going to be filled with drama because a year ago we knew what cleveland was going to do whether the number one overall pick conventional wisdom said it was going to be myles garrett and it was this year they could go in a variety of directions if you buy the buzz building out there from informed sources the nfl insiders if you listen closely it feels like momentum is building josh allen the big body too big arm quarterback at a wyoming the land cleveland now you could justify it from a standpoint of measurable 's intangibles because he's got a giant arm like uncle rico he can throw it over a mountain still i don't know the value of being able to throw it seventy five yards from your knees when you gotta get a precise eight yard pass thrown in windy conditions in december and cleveland especially when we're talking about someone who couldn't even muster amore journal sixty percent completion percentage playing against inferior competition to tell it like it is in the mountain west and laramie wyoming but it's all reception driven you could spin it any way you want to plus if you want a boost your guy all you gotta do is tear apart the rest of the contenders and this year although it happens every year this year because we're going.

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