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"louis gregory" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Need to long gone this morning to try book A covered 19 vaccine at Publix grocery chain is canceled today's appointment window because of the delivery delay of the Madonna vials. In fact, governor De Santa says the state's entire shipment is in limbo because of the storms that we're seeing throughout the country. It's basically sitting in the FedEx warehouse. I don't you think they can get into it because of everything. He's hoping the precious cargo will arrive by no later than Monday, and also early next week, the state should receive its usual vaccine shipment, which is expected to grow by 41,000. Some more good news is that the 5100 new cases confirmed in the state yesterday's the fewest since November, 16th. Well. President Biden is scheduled to Tori Fizer Manufacturing plant in Michigan today. The visit was delayed a day due to bad weather. The Kalamazoo County facilities were covert 19 vaccines are being produced and shipped out globally. Dr Anthony Fauci. Meanwhile, reporting Johnson and Johnson's still expected to provide 100 million doses of their covert vaccine by July, the nation's leading infectious disease experts that the issue is that they are hoping to get more vaccines at the time. They get emergency use authorization, he says. The FDA is expected to meet on February 26 to review the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Or the U A 6 32, the Body administration, sending new deportation instructions to immigration and customs enforcement. The guidance directs agents to focus on apprehending immigrants believed to be a national security or public safety risk, as well as recent border crossers. Those who do not meet that criteria will need supervisory approval. The policy will last for up to 90 days, while the Department of Homeland Security develops long term guidelines. ICE Acting Director Tae Johnson says Focusing its limited resource is on threats will help the agency execute its mission that is man Matt in sin reporting. Half a dozen U. S. Capitol police officers are being suspended over the your actions during the rite of capital last month. Nearly 30. Others are under investigation. One of these suspended officers posted a selfie with protesters who broke into the capital on January 6th. Five people died, including a Capitol police officer. 6 33. NASA's most sophisticated rover. Perseverance is now on the surface of Mars. This after surviving what's called seven minutes of terror and nailing its landing inside a crater. Acting NASA administrator Steve Juror, six says when I heard the touchdown signal come back, and so the first image I cannot tell you how overcome with emotion. I was on half there was Perseverance, which originated in Cape Canaveral traveled nearly 300 million miles on its journey from Earth to Mars. It's NASA's Fifth Rover tow land on the Red Planet and kicks off the agency's most ambitious mission yet to examine whether life ever existed on the Red Planet. 6 34 more fans will soon be able to watch the Miami he play in person. The team has a few 100 tickets on sale tomorrow at noon at heat dot com. Tickets will be for four games. Wednesday against Toronto Friday against Utah and two games against the Hawks, February 28th and March 2nd. Meanwhile, the Heat beat the Kings won 18 to 1 10 last night in Sacramento, snapping a three game losing streak. And the NFL will reportedly have a minimum salary cap of at least $180 million. That's higher than initial predictions. The floor would be around 175 million to two. The pandemic. The 180 million minimum is down from the 200 Million cap and 2020. What's key, but beatbox providing the BTO rapper Prince Markie Dee dead at age 50 to his longtime friend of Louis Gregory shared the news on Twitter. He was a member of the iconic 19 eighties hip hop trio fat boys and also had his own I Heart radio show. He co starred in a pair of movies with the Fat Boys before taking up a solo music career. He will be missed. Mornings at 76 35. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News. Radio 6 10 Wi OD..
The Fat Boys’ Prince Markie Dee Dead at 52
"What's key, but beatbox providing the BTO rapper Prince Markie Dee dead at age 50 to his longtime friend of Louis Gregory shared the news on Twitter. He was a member of the iconic 19 eighties hip hop trio fat boys and also had his own I Heart radio show. He co starred in a pair of movies with the Fat Boys before taking up a solo music career. He will be missed. Mornings at
"louis gregory" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"Jeremiah. Graham was expecting his first born son and an preparation. He ordered his african american. Enslaved person remus to booed this chist in around eighteen thirty. The chist was beautifully crafted with to me. Exquisite details from the tuned leagues to the leaves carved at the top of the history was a piece of furniture lovers afani crafted antique cartons would enjoy however jeremiah was not at all happy with what ramos had created an fit of bed tampa. He beat the poor. Man's teeth grinds other slaved people. Fat vince the d. friend and they sprung the dried blood autumn. How in the chest and head. A conjure man. Otherwise known as a witch doctor put acoust- on the chest ultimately all those associated with the gist would succumb to the power of the coup. Apparently jeremiah himself escaped it. His descendants did not despite the fact that he apparently despised that she has to drools he put it in his unborn child room. His son was born but on the lived a few days every single time from his son's death that someone put personal particularly crossing inside this chasing they subsequently died or suffered some misfortune and tie toll sixteen people was struck by this coups so list talk about the victims and what happened to them. Because it's pretty well documented on the museum's page dedicated to this particular object so the fist victim was jeremiah's child that the cheese was made for who died a couple of days after the booth. The second victim was jeremiah's twin brother. Jonathan's son he has son cars with priced in the chest. The son was stabbed by his body souvent on his twenty first birthday then. The cheapest was placed in the attic by jeremiah. Sister-in-law amanda windchill. Who married into the grime family victims number three and four. Nixon was john ron who was a recent immigrant from ireland. He eloped with catherine wind. Chill amanda wind chill arrange for them both to live on land belonging to the grams and gave them the chist which they both used was code in an accident and then katherine died victim. Number five was one. Louis gregory attilio child off allies and ryan and david john gregory. His clothing was priced in the chest. Victim number six the honest son. Ernest gregory married. Stella starring cypher. Try site net false stella puerto wedding clothing in the gist and dodd less than two years. Later victim numbers seaver. Mabel louise white. He'd a relative to the gregory family came to live with elisa and john. David gregory an eighteen eighty four. She married a wilbur harlem in eighteen ninety seven in nineteen o one mabel and will behead a baby named chester who is closed weaned into the cheapest. Chist died at two weeks of age. The number eight wilbur. Harland's crews replaced in the chest and he died in nineteen ninety five. David gregory's if you im- it was the son of john david sista. Lucy be gregory. Lissi had noted gloves and a scarf in which is percents. Christmas present in nineteen i nine emit worked for the railway and one evening in late december. He got off the train and fell fifty feet through a slow presumably to his death as well victim number ten. Nellie gregory daughter of elisa and john david married freed fries in august. Nineteen i five. Nellie had placed. who win crossing in the chest. He decided to victim number. Lifan when allies. Gregory's john david died in nineteen. Oh eight elisa rearranged to half and move into her room presumably placing clothing on that. She took her life and died on the fourth of april nineteen fifteen. The cheese then moved to louisville with elisa. In john david gregory's granddaughter vicini carry had some cleveland and her husband. Curtly cleveland. She put his child's baby cries in the chest. The baby was born prematurely and died the same day on august. The eighth nineteen fifteen. Virginia had two other daughters. The youngest being and carried cleveland and clothing was placed in the chest. She was struck with polio was. Oh she recovered. She had polio related. Symptoms all her life. The older daughter was which any a hudson cleveland who witting crowding had been placed in richest. She married one for sta in nineteen forty three in nineteen forty. Four watt was rushed to the hospital for an emergency opin to seek to me. He died from an overdose of ether whilst under surgery. Virginia and currently sniper. Herbert h sonny mood. Julia put some of his hunting crews and latest. He was code in a gun accident at the time of neighbors. On abel's of fifth nineteen forty six virginia and currently some richard put his crisis in the chest. Listen a week later. He was stabbed through the hand at school and then it was the final straw virginia. She had had enough of the cheapest and was determined that no one else would die or be injured because of so. She asked a maid named sally who had worked for virginia for most of her life as she knew how to break conjure virginia. And sally vincent about breaking the curse placed so many decades previously in order to break the coup so he told virginia she needed a deed. How broad unasked from a friend. Then she hit to take the lease off a willow tree planted by free and booth for day inside of the l. niks. She was to put the liquid a jug and theriot with the handle facing aged under a flowering bush. They would know. It worked when either. Virginia or sally would die before all the lease fell off the bush in the autumn. What a horrible way to indicate for author of the woman considering they believed this that was incredibly brave of them. Sally died the following. September which of courses autumn in the states before virginia died she donated the chistopher jurors to the kentucky. History museum in nineteen seventy six. She did this because she did not feel that it was right to put it out for some poor unfortunate peasant clete nine. Anyone who put items in the chest could die. She wanted it to be preserved but in a place where in people would not be hood and she made it perfectly clear that it wasn't under any circumstances to be used to this day some of the alpha's remained in the top drew supposedly to keep the it by so entitled counting the unfortunate ramos and sally a total of eighteen. People died as a result of this chased in nineteen seventy eight. A family living in the small town of horror cohen was constant was gripped by what may be the 'unique as if a of haunted children speech room furniture. It sounds funny. But it's actually what they experienced nine months of torment after purchasing a second hand bunk bead. They unleashed an evil entity into the high ellen and david brought the bank from a secret hand shop and move into the home on a quiet lower. Be straight strange. Things began to happen almost immediately. The radio would switch stations on it. Sign the children saw an ugly old woman in the room. She had long black hair and a glare like fire doors. Thank donovan shop. A rocked by itself disembodied voices cooled out from an empty rooms. The tournaments decided to bring in the apostasy. He felt the presence of deal and bliss the house but the activity continued and the sun soon became so skied. He no longer wanted to stay in the house. Frustrated one day and walked into the house shouting at the top of his lungs pick may leave my kids alone. The next day whatever entity was inhabiting his home accepted the challenge. Allen who'd voice from the garage say come here when he went to vista gate he saw the orange glow afar and sought was read. Is steering it through the garage. Dual windows later while embiid sleeping with his frightened children allen witness the faulk rise up out of the floor. It tuned into flames of green is a force emanated out of telling him you did. The was gone a few days later. Relative of the family spent the evening at the house. Helping debbie with the children. Alum watch late. A skeptic of the perrineau moves relative became a believer there night when a horrific figure materialized in the bedroom as he was putting the children to beat the toll. Fleet the harm that night. In the deed of wisconsin winter the story of the haunted house and hurricane took on behalf of its own grind to include blah using from the ceiling. A hole to hell in the basement and sny blah. That cleared the driveway by sale. The sheer contacted the family and mate with them at the station. Many heroin and sleepless nights had ellen and db on edge off to hearing zero kansas events. I've the last nine months. He became convinced offi sincerety at his request. I if he actually she. The details of the experiences with a few slate members of the press who are not seeking to sensationalize a story and promised to protect their identities. The sheriff hoped the trace would twelve grind hysteria ram town but interest on a continued to grow following straight survives on. He eventually decided to release the address off the vacant house to ensure a neighboring harm. The sleeping family didn't get on far. That's pretty scary. And finally we have the story of little bastard. Famous deceased actor. James dean hedda car. He called little bastard which was the pushed. Five fifty and history begins oblique before his death in the car on september. The twenty sued nineteen fifty. Five was driving his pride and joy randall. Sand julie's jiang's measor with a british actor. Alec guinness outside of ristorante guinness was a deeply superstitious man. And after james had sean alec has new product joy elig grayton then unpublished stories. Data's ricard in the car to me exhausted. Hungry feeling a little ill-tempered in spite of ins kindness. I heard myself saying in a voice. I could hardly recognize as my own. Please never get in. If you get in that car you will be founded in. Its by this time next week. Apparently team just laughed a week. Later on september the thirtieth dean in rove with rich a former luftwafte pilot and faked trained push mechanic would drive to cut woods passer blaze in california. When they were a hit on crash with another car was the rich was from from. The car and dean died on the way hospital. The car was lifted. The side of the road. George barris pitches three porsche for two thousand five hundred dollars with the lack intense out tickets to look at because it was a big thing. James was a famous actor and transported the cabot to his shop. The cast lipped off the trailer and broke the league of mechanic. Barris thin so the engine and drive train to troy. Mckenry and william ishrat. The two used parts caviar. I'm emma racing against each other with those pots. Plice henry lost control and slammed undertray. The sampit coaling him instantly issued was driving his car and the wheel suddenly locked up for no apparent reason. Sending the car rolling over in a tune. He was seriously injured. In the crash. To highest from the little bastard when embarrasses garage untouched since the extent that claimed deans laws. He sold the ties and both of them exploded simultaneously causing the driver to run off the road barras had kicked the cat and his position sends the small pox without the salt path and it could the attention of two would be as one of the phase arms was torn open trying to steal the steering wheel. While the offer was injured trying to move the bloodstain totten's seat in pay said appeared in a magazine. Could jalal panic. The kiss apparently continued even fear that quote ju to all the incidents involving little bastard bears decided to hide the car by was convinced by the california highway patrol to the tape to a highway safety. Put the fist. Exhibit was unsuccessful s the carriage. That house the car caught fire and burned to the ground. Mysteriously the cast of finchley timid from the far the knicks efficient at a local high school ended abruptly when the car fell off. Its display and broken. Airbus students hub. Later george barris was fooling the wreckage on a flatbed track and was killed instantly when the port fell on him after he was thrown from his track in an accident. Miss hip after miss hip continued until nineteen sixty when the twisted debris was on line to a safety exhibit. A miami following the exhibit the wreckage and the truck. That was hauling. It mysteriously vanished on the way back to los angeles. Neither have.
"louis gregory" Discussed on The Pulse
"Where human patients are involved. This is Jason Bassey. I'm an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston. The Cove Nineteen DEMOC is definitely impacting. All clinical research that we are doing understandably all hospitals and medical facilities are prioritizing patient. Care patient safety and public health during this crisis and as a result most if not all research activities that would expose patient. Participants to unnecessary risks are being eliminated or put on. Hold some research procedures that can be done remotely are still in place so if we can do surveys by phone or by interview if we can follow up by some kind of telecommunication than those are still going but anything that would bring a participant to a medical campus to a laboratory has largely been suspended at this time. Labs closed research trips cancelled in many ways. The pandemic has delivered a serious blow to science but some areas have kicked into high gear. Anything related to the virus of course for example a bunch of trials are underway to see if some of our existing drugs could be used to prevent manage or treat covert nineteen one of the first ones we heard about was hydroxy chloroquine which is usually used to prevent or treat malaria lupus and arthritis. There has been a lot of hype and hate about this one with researchers trying to do their work despite a raging news cycle reporter Irena Europe takes us behind the scenes of what. It's like to run a high stakes trial during a pandemic rata Rajasingham as a physician and clinical researcher at the University of Minnesota usually rata studies. Hiv and meningitis. But the past several weeks have been focused on covert nineteen and hydroxy chloroquine. All Day. Every day we're working in the evenings were working in the mornings before kids are awake. We're working on weekends. Ronald wants real data does this drug hydroxy Corcoran also managed cove in nineteen. We want an answer as soon as possible to be clear. No one has that answer yet. So how did we even get here? How doctors decide this drug has potential to treat the cove nineteen virus in the first place. It wasn't designed to work against viruses. Generally in a pandemic doctors turned to our existing medicine cabinet. I people will screen large panels of of existing drugs against in this case in a new virus. That's Gregory storage professor pediatrics. At Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis Gregory says researchers will literally take a bunch of random drugs and throw them with the virus in the lab. Occasionally they get surprise. Drug wasn't designed as antiviral Turns out to have antiviral activity and when that turns out to be the case things can move more quickly than if you're dealing with a new drug since it's already considered safe and side effects are known doctors contest and then relatively quickly prescribe a drug for something different that happens often it's called off. Label use the cove nineteen researchers have other thing going for them. We've had other corona virus epidemics before SARS in two thousand three and merged in twenty twelve. That meant that there was somebody of knowledge of drugs that had been tried against SARS and merce. So this is how we landed on Hydroxy Caloric win. It has shown promise in the lab during those epidemics and doctors thought it might work on this corona virus to doctors in places like China and France were Cova. Nineteen was spreading rapidly. Started testing hydroxy. Clark win in studies trickled out showing that maybe the drug was working. Reynolds sanitary heads the Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science in New Jersey. He says the studies were small fewer than one hundred people and lacked comparisons between patients who received this treatments. And those who didn't leary's a large group actually a massive group of patients who get infected with SARS Gobi to that actually get better by themselves so if you haven't very very small studying you give a drug or you give to drugs and they're seemingly is a difference in the two one wonders. Is that simply luck or is it really an effective drug and without a control to know how many people would have got better with out any drug? That's an unanswerable. Question Dr Ronald Launch. Their own studies. He's running a hydroxy cork when trial at to New Jersey Hospitals Rajasingham who we heard from earlier is running national studies around the US. There's also studies out of Duke University University of Michigan the Henry Ford Hospital and more. I'm glad that there's not just one study looking at this because maybe we'll get different results. This is rod again. Some of them are using different doses. And so it's possible that our study will find no benefit but maybe they're studying would find a benefit maybe there's some nuance involved or this is beneficial in certain patients that we were able to recruit better not in others and so the more data. I think the better rata study targets three groups. The first is medical workers at high risk of contracting Kobe. Nineteen they receive. Hydroxy Cork went to see if it can help prevent Kobe. Nineteen it would be great if we could give them some prophylaxis for covert nineteen to keep them from getting sick. The next group has had any known exposure if few develop Kobe. Nineteen if you have less severe symptoms. The final group is people who are already sick to see if we can reduce their symptoms and prevent them from needing to be hospitalized. These studies include controls. And they're big is hoping to recruit thirty five hundred medical workers for that first preventative trial but running during a pandemic can still be challenging rods. Participants are all over the country some in areas. That still don't have testing. We want to look at how many people develop Cogan nineteen. But if there's really no testing than you can't really measure that instead. The team is asking participants to report. Symptoms then another setback weeks into recruitment the food and Drug Administration issued a warning that Hydroxy Corcoran in some studies causing dangerous heart. Arrhythmias a known side effect of the drug all the hype around Hydroxy Cork when kind of deflated and people started to look elsewhere for hope. Recruitment for her studies slowed. I think there's an assumption that a vaccine is coming and we just don't know when that is there's likely to be a second wave of. Kobe may be a third during different times this year. Next and so the more people. We can have enroll in clinical trials. And the if we can get answers. This is going to be a huge help to our public health response to this virus. This is a blind study. So Rana hasn't seen interim results her data team decides when she can see them usually when the numbers start to tell a story even if we find out that hydroxy chloroquine is not effective. That would be a great outcome. Meaning we could divert our resources to something else and we don't need to put more energy into this. Maybe there's another.
"louis gregory" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thirty seven twenty three minutes now before the hour of nine o'clock with Sean and Frank. Good news segment today of stories that are put a smile on your face. It was a tough half hour there, I admit, but it's important that we get this kind of coverage story out for those in see in search of Justice, but here's a guy at Saint Louis. Gregory Beck who lost both legs most of his vision to diabetes. And we'll get him in just a second. But I didn't want to tell you about a nine year old Korean war, vet named hesitate Perkins. He passed away this month. And there's only living relative couldn't make it to his funeral because of a health issue. So what happened four hundred people who heard about it showed up on Saturday to pay their respects the funeral director said, she never expected, so many people to come, but people who shut up said, as soon as they heard about it, they felt like they had to be here. And this is a growing phenomenon in our society, where veterans who have no family on no living relatives who are remaining that they show up and make sure that no veteran will be sent off without a at least, you know, a crowd of people that cared for him that loved him or at least wanted to do something for him. And I think that's a great thing. That's, that's good news. And then another veteran World War. Two veteran was asked to play the national anthem. Him on his her Monica during before the US Mexico. Soccer match the other day. How about that? Frank Jew that roar of the crowd, that's ninety six year old World War, Two veteran. Pete DuPree, otherwise, known as Monica Pete playing the national anthem on harmonica before the US mother US won that game three nothing over Mexico. You know, you, you mentioned about veterans that may not have any loved ones left and health, you know, towns people, wherever they may be maybe living have come forward to at least show, some respects since there was no one else, you know going to be able to attend. You know, we're hearing similar stories to even among civilian of people who may have fallen on hard times, there's no known family and, and people are getting together to show them their proper respects as well. You know earlier this morning, I mentioned, you, we were talking about what we did on Memorial Day. And I. You might want to repeat what happened to you. But. In my case, I went to a cookout and the people the host and hostess of very, very, nice people live, not too far from me, and it's the first time I went to a Memorial Day, cookout where before we ate anything at all that we say there were about forty five or fifty of us saying all these patriotic songs we had a couple of guitar players, you know, providing the, the backup and what have you but never experienced that before. And it was it was a great idea, man. Look, nothing like celebrating again. I think the best me much Saul was one think was operator. Bravo, Neal was tweeting it out over the weekend. Former navy seal that killed the bin Laden had a picture of people in the Morial, Dale on the beach, and it says, again, paraphrasing here, enjoy your day on the beach. From the men who were on the beach in a shot of Normandy, just very moving me from yesterday. Another great story from good news segment. You might remember the, the country singer. Randy travis. Randy Travis was the height of his career very accomplished country. Western singer, very, great guy. The debilitating stroke in two thousand thirteen that rendered him almost speechless. He had years in your six years ago, years and years of speech therapy, and he still affected by the stroke today. But wouldn't you know, Randy Travis now releasing his first single since that stroke, six years ago. Sunrise. On me. The. Got. Made through. That's. One in a row. That's what it's called. My. Randy Travis hard to believe six years ago he could barely speak. And now he's out there singing again but it makes warms heart. It's eight forty three seven minutes minutes now before the clock. Bruce coming up next there, Franklin Graham, they're calling for a special day of prayer for President Trump. The Reverend Graham is called next Sunday June. The second calling him the most persecuted prison the nation's history than warning America's on the brink of disaster. And he's in prison. Trump's enemies continue to try everything to destroy him. His family and the presidency in the history of our country. No president has been attacked as he has I believe the only hope for him. And this nation is God and fry and Reverend Graham saying this is a critical time for America. Do not underestimate. The power of prayer. It is extremely powerful. And that is what Eliza the Reverend Graham had to say regarding this coming Sunday June, the second, it's eight forty four. Traffic.
"louis gregory" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Him on the hit ABC sitcom, the goldbergs is a big privilege for me to say uncle Louis Louis, Gregory welcome to first-class fatherhood. Good morning. Alex. Thank you for having me. I was very excited to find your podcast recently. And I had a particularly nice time catching up with a lot of your interviews. The fact that you're putting fatherhood into the forefront of podcasts is very very important. And I appreciate you doing that yet. Thank you very much for that. Let's start at like this. How many kids do you have? And how old are they? I have two girls, and they are nine soon to be ten and eighteen. Wow. Okay. What type of sports activities today into? That's a good question. My. Older daughter is in color guard at a very high level. She actually just went to the world championships in Ohio w GI and they pleased fourth. So I'm very proud of her for that. I think those activities give our kids structure, I'm not a big fan of some of the things that I see nowadays where everybody gets a trophy, waking go into more detail about that later, but my youngest is in competition gymnastics, and she goes to a gymnasium called tag USA, and she also travels around the country competing. But her true passion is animals. She wants to be a veterinarian, very cool. Now, do you have any animals at the house? What type of pets have? Yes. I do. How long has your show though? We have cows. We have goats we have chickens. We have pigs. We have four dogs. We have a couple of tortoises giant tortoise still. A number of turtles. And I would say that we have pets in livestock because they are also part of a form that we operate here. In south Florida in a town called southwest ranches, which is one of the last rural communities in Broward County, and I have hundreds of thousands of bees in my form. We have beehives, and we produce local organic Honey that we have for sale and a website called got these geo TB, easy dot com. Damn, okay..
"louis gregory" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"All right dads. I have an awesome guest. Bring you guys today. Former NFL quarterback Jordan Palmer will be here with me and just a few minutes. So please stick around for the interview. And if you happen to watch the fights on Saturday night, and you have to thirty six then you seen my guest on Friday's episode show, the heart of a lion because Eric Anders was knocked down three times in the fight. He was beat up pretty good by Khalil Rowntree. But he kept on getting up. He kept moving forward. I was pulling form the whole way he went to distance. He lost a very tough fight. But I have no doubt that he will be back and better than ever in a future. You have see event as far as this week goes for the podcast. I haven't incredible group of dads. That will be joining me here from all different spectrums of life. As always I mentioned earlier Jordan Palmer will be. Shortly tomorrow, we're going to go from the gridiron to the ice rink. And I will have NHL defenseman. Kevin Miller who is currently playing for the Boston Bruins. They are right now in the playoffs battling the Maple Leafs. So don't miss out on that one coming tomorrow Wednesday is going to be a lot of fun Lewis. Uncle louis. Gregory will be here in among the many other things that he's involved with. He was one of the founders of the department of homeland security. You've also seen him on the goldbergs. So don't miss a goal Louis coming on Wednesday Thursday. We're going to have an actor from Liverpool who starred in TV shows such as revenge and he dropped his British accent to play Joe bear a US navy seal team six operator in the history channel's six so don't miss out on that coming Thursday. And speaking of navy seals MIR going back to the frogman Friday format this week on first glance fatherhood. And I'm going to have former navy seal Jason Koon joining me on Friday. So lock it into first-class fatherhood. It's going to be an exciting week here. And please don't forget they hit me with a rating or review on I tunes and make sure you're telling. Every father that you know in your contact list or innuendo hood about the podcast here. We are just getting started here. We're only a year under way from the little acorn grew the mighty. Oh, all right. So let's continue our celebration of fatherhood and family life. Fatherhood rocks. Family values rule and every day. Father's Day right here with me, and let's jump into the action right now with former NFL quarterback Jordan Palmer Alec lace. And you're listening to first glance fatherhood..
"louis gregory" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Eight five five two two four CBS eight five five two one two four C B S, and I told them during the break, I actually got the WWE network for they had an offer. I couldn't pass ninety nine cents for every month for like, two months. I said the hell with it to get in the boys will eventually like wrestling, and I'd take a trip down memory lane, baby. And I had to watch the ninety two Royal rumble. There's Rick flair number three in Bobby the brain heat in the late. Great, Bobby, the brain Heenan gorilla monsoon, nobody nobody. And I love JR. I loved you as a person as an analyst as a play by play guy. I love Jim Ross love him dearly. Nobody was better than gorilla monsoon. I'm sorry. No one painted the picture better than gorilla. You go back to wrestlemainia three ninety two thousand on their feet the roof for the silver Silverdome to explode here as hawk HOGAN came out to take on Andre the giant to defend the W W F world's heavyweight championship. Nothing better. And then when Rick flair comes at number three after Ted DBS's eliminated with sid. Sessional Sherry looking great as she's ever looked God rest, her soul and teddy be he's walking up and the buzzer goes off. And here comes Rick flair with Mr. perfect in tow and the cameras zoomed on RIC flair and the crowd. You can feel the electricity in here. He is the nature boy his debut in a WWF and here he is to claim the world's heavyweight championship. I mean, what a what a what a show what a shell. So this weekend is the real rumble. Everybody's asking me. I don't watch much contemporary wrestling. I tell you all every day. I tell you every time. So I looked at some of the sports books out there. They do have gambling on it some way somehow again on the end Iraqi, but whatever. I'll take Kenny omega plus two thousand. There we go eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two two four two two seven. Now. I was going to get to the Carson Wentz stuff. But what the hell, Tom? These calls are outrageous people wanna talk. They wanna talk about the saints. Call. Leave it to you. I mean, gosh, I just wanted some diatribe got my stuff in about. Ric flair. So I guess we'll just talk to you guys about the saints real quick. So you know, my stance on it. I sympathize with states with saints fans, we've had some people who haven't I do you only get certain opportunities here and for the American sports fan. I just brought up. Rick flair to me is one of the greatest entertainers in American history. I mean that for the regular person, we're not talking high society. We're not talking yoyo Maha. We're not talking the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. We're not talking that. But for the regular fan out there for the regular person in America. Rick flair in the three hundred years of American history is one of the greatest entertainers in American history and for people out there, they love professional wrestling. And that's the thing that those people like, and there are people who. Yes, believe it's real there's people out there who who who definitely love everything about it the embodiment of it. It's just so cool. And the reason I do like the history of it is that it's America. It's big things popping off its fireworks. It's the spectacle. It's what it's part of what makes the country. Great. It really is no matter what we got going on. No matter what the problems that. We may have it's part of what makes the country fantastic and fun. Wrestling fans, really dig it. And they really love it. And there are fans out there that for whatever reason it might be. And this what makes football special is that for them and their family. It's a shared experience baseball. We get so nostalgic about baseball. It's the national pastime, and you have usually a personal relationship with someone about baseball. Usually, it's fathers and sons I remember my first Indians game as long as I live. I was five years old. I was sitting down the third base line. It was my late uncle my father. I got a foot long hot dog Albert bell hit the first ever home run. I ever saw the left centerfield fence at Cleveland municipal stadium. And the Indians won thirteen nine over the Texas Rangers. I'll never forget it. It's a personal relationship with your father in you or your mother and your grandpa or something like that. Basketball can be the same thing can be a little bit different. I think a lot of the history and how we feel is over the last couple of generations with basketball. It's not as old as baseball even football, especially with college football. But but but the NFL the NFL's gathering it's easier together it's once a week. And really it's it's ten times a year. So it's very special because the reason you're a sports fan. Is it just because you like the saints, and you like their colors or you like the player, you didn't just like Pat swilling, and that's the end of it. You had a family member who was involved you have family members who were involved, it's a gathering you get together. It's the same reason on serious about this. It's the same reason. We celebrate thanksgiving and Christmas and Easter I'm not saying football's a religion, I'm not trying to be crazy about what importing out is that we gathered for it. We share our days, we share our lives together, we share stories together. We have other things that happened during the game that we remember forever forever. Whether it be an uncle who got to loaded, whether it be an aunt who got mad at that. Uncle grandpa sitting in his chair, and he has to sit in that chair. And there's a reason for it, whatever it may be there's a part of our personal history. That's in there. So for a saints fan to be upset. I can't tell that saints. But hey, get over it can't do it because the saints history. Hey, I know that that drew Brees. Been there for a long time, and they've been playing very well for a long time for the most part a very long time. But that history before has been not kind or hardcore saints fan, and you never know what's going to happen in the future. So these trips deep into the playoffs. They can create heroes people. We loved characters that we love for generations because they're part of our favorite memories. But they can also create heartache into experience a championship to experience fun. It's not just being able to hoist the trophy, you feel like you're a part of it. That's the beauty of American sport. Whether it be pro, whether it be college, whatever you feel a connection as a community, it is a civic pride. So when that happens like it happened last Sunday. And yes, drew Brees threw a pick afterwards. They could have made a stop. They could've played bet. They could've taken advantage of the opportunities that were handed to them in the first quarter could have done all that they didn't and they lost. And you might still be able to say fair and square, but people saw that call. They thought that call was ridiculous. I thought that call was ridiculous. And if you really want it fixed my stance is put their jobs online more replay. You're probably gonna lead to more problems and a good coach will be able to job the system if it comes to pass interference because I'll wait on ez pass interference calls it until actually counts in the fourth quarter. If I'm down six, and it's before the final two minutes where I'm still in control of my timeouts, and I'm still in control of my challenge. Like, you're telling me I can challenge pass interference. And I'm only down at touch now. Thank you very much. We just took the lead. And you don't even know it. Because that'll happen week one eight five five two one two four CBS. Let's get to you. Larry in South Carolina. You've been more most patient your first up on CBS sports radio. Go ahead. Larry. Larry Larry, wasn't that patient, Gregory and Tennessee, are you there? How's it going Louis? Gregory let her ride baby it's going. Well, okay. I'm gonna say first off disclosure. I am not a saints fan. And I will hand down give the rest credit forgetting what I would say over ninety five percent of the calls. Correct. And especially you know, with the bang bang happening fast. They don't have the luxury of instant replay was seven hundred different angles and slow motion. And and all the three sixty stuff that we have watching TV. It's amazing the job they do. But that said I'm going to disagree with your partner there earlier who said, you know, the Saint Louis by not being able to close out and not being able to do it in overtime. Never would. I believe like for example, the patriots game where the back judge called the roughing the passer blow to the head when he was totally out of position to make the call. I thought it was a bad call, but I'm not gonna say that that call. Absolutely determined the outcome of the game because they're willing to way too much time in the game. And who knows they go for it on fourth and Brady does his magic. And they keep on and they still score. And the game goes the same way it went. But in the saints game. I mean, it's it's undeniable that he had made that call it would been first and ten at what like the three or something like that. Yeah. I go the three minute forty five left Rams only had one time out left. So even if they call that time out saints can still run off eighty seconds off the game clock. And then they're stuck with the ball down there on the three with like fifteen seconds left over that. Yeah. That call did determine that game's outcome in Gregory. You're going off of what Thompson, I I agree with you. Because it just because in the end they did afterwards. They they could regroup. They could have got their job done and still could have won. They still gonna win that game. Their failure to do their job though. Still does not make it okay? For the failure of the referees to do their job. And they didn't do their job. And I'm not going to call them for that guy to be fired. Because who knows maybe I mean, so far as I know the reps in the playoffs and the Super Bowl are supposedly the best of breasts throughout the year. They put them together for these games. Now if that guy made one bad call maybe he's a great rep the rest of his career. I'm not gonna have him fired for that one call, but I'm going to steal the guy who called a couple of times before me kinda stole my thunder. The rule is that in the last two minutes of both periods. It's automatic any scoring play or any Kern over it's automatically reviewed by the people back in New York. I would give them wouldn't give the coaches anymore challenges. But I would give the raft back in New York. The ability to stop the play and say especially on a play like that where is going to determine the outcome of the game. Stop the play and say, hey, you gotta go look at a replay you missed it. And that's. My lengthened the game a whole lot and it returns integrity to the refereeing of the sport. If you do that, I think that that's a reasonable reaction to a Gregory. And thank you very much for the call. I think that's a reasonable reaction to what I point bring up about putting their jobs on the line is that I do that. And I hate saying that and I met I do eight five five two one two four CBS. The reason I'm okay with saying it is because it's not their full time job. I think we call for people to be fired way too much. We call for people who make simple mistakes, and sometimes got Reggie mistakes at times, we call for them to be fired or loser income way too much, and then we do away too much the society with social media and with the impact that we have. And we don't realize that they have real true meeting to those words, so I don't see him lightly. The only thing I can think of is that you fired Hugo cruise for a regular season mishap earlier this year which hadn't fired anybody during the season. What in forty years before that? So now, you're in a big moment here and what Gregory says is right? But if I'm gonna put a guy's job on the line for it. That's to me the only logical answer. That's there that this affects your. Job for the long term. I'm not talking. I'm not talking high school football. I'm not talking college. I'm talking the NFL. The average salary is two hundred two hundred thousand dollars a year. That's average so make more obviously, so make less, but it's obviously something that's sizable there. So if you make that much on it, I know you do it for the passion. I know you do it for because the love of the game and everything like that. But I also have to look at what's reasonable and what's equitable, and what holds us to a higher standard. And I think there needs to be an understanding that if you cannot perform this job just like a player a player loves football player loves his craft. If a player can't perform his job. He's out of there. If a referee can't perform it. I'm sorry. I have to look for another referee eight five five two one two four CBS. It's almost like the same thing. As a kicker. It's a zero sum game, David, Indiana. You're next on CBS sports radio. Yeah. First of all, thanks for taking my call. You know, I'm I'm looking at many games in my life over the last forty years that I've been watching sports I've seen a lot of bad calls that'd be Termine games and determined championships. And I just think that when you when you watch the game if it's perpetrated against you, you, you know, you sit up there and complain. But if you're a beneficiary of it, you don't say anything, so I tell the same fans and suck it up because if it was against the Rams, they wouldn't even care, you know, they just would have taken. Well, that's not true either. You heard Nicole Roby Coleman right after going. I heard the crowd. I thought it was going to be bad news, and they didn't call it. He said, of course, it was pass interference. He said it himself. Those were his words he said. Thank you. That's true. I mean, I give you that. But I'm just saying, you know, they wouldn't be making as much of a deal out of it. If it had been not perpetrated against the Rams, they wouldn't. Turn around with. Hey, y'all suck it up. You know? And I would say, and I still say that's wrong. You only get so many chances to do it. I, you know, we do this with fans a team is different..
"louis gregory" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Notre Dame to cover up Christopher Columbus murals. I mentioned this passing. Here's the detail. Societa press the university of Notre Dame will cover murals in a campus building that the pick Christopher Columbus in America. The school's president said following criticism the images depict native Americans stereotypical submissive poses before white European explorers. The twelve year olds were created in the eighteen eighties. They're going to cover them up. By louis. Gregory were intended to encourage immigrants who had come to the US during a period of anti Catholic sentiment is that something and that's going to be covered up. But they conceal another side of Columbus the exploitation and repression of native Americans said the Reverend John Jenkins president of Notre Dame. It is darker is a darker side of history. A side we must acknowledge Jenkins said in a letter set Sunday who's not if knowledge in the darker side of of American history or of Columbus. Stomach knowledge. For you covered the mural. That would be as if is if a school were to say, we're not gonna read. Merchant of Venice because. Shakespeare play with antisemitic overtones. I'm a Jew or wrote a book on anti-semitism, but fighting in my whole life. I would oppose that completely. You're not gonna teach merchant of Venice. But that's that's the way they think now. This is.
"louis gregory" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Notre Dame to cover up Christopher Columbus murals. I mentioned this passing. Here's the detail. Associated Press the university of Notre Dame will cover murals in a campus building that the pick Christopher Columbus in America. The school's president said following criticism stitches depict native Americans stereotypical submissive poses before white European explorers. The twelve year olds were created in the eighteen eighty s they're going to cover them up. By Louis, Gregory or intended to encourage immigrants who had come to the US during a period of anti Catholic sentiment, isn't that something and that's going to be covered up. But they conceal another side of Columbus the exploitation and repression of native Americans said the Reverend John Jenkins president of Notre Dame. It is darker. It is a darker side of history. A side. We must acknowledge Jenkins said in a letter says Sunday, who's not acknowledging the darker side of American history or of Columbus. It therefore you cover the murals. That would be as if as if a school were to say, we're not gonna read. Merchant of Venice because. A Shakespeare play with antisemitic overtones. I'm a Jew or wrote a book on anti-semitism, but fighting it my whole life. I would oppose that completely. You're not gonna teach merchant of Venice. But that's that's the way they think now. This is an example of where I get my values and insights from the bible Noah was saved by God. Right. The only one case you went to school. And you don't know the story destroys the world because people were so evil, but he saves Noah and his family, and it says Noah was a righteous man in his generations. Why does it say in his generations? That's the key question. Why didn't it just say he was a righteous man because you can only judge people in their generations. That's why you don't judge people by later generations. That's why there's wisdom in the bible and there's no wisdom at Yale. That's it. There's a perfect example what I just said Gail student has never heard. They just know they are morally superior to all those who lived before them. That's what they know. That's what blessed disbelieve the greatest creatures in human history. They believe that Moses. Please. Churchill. To talk about Churchill. Next hour with A Roberts. Remember that who is the the astronaut who tweeted out something let you know in in victory. Be be magnanimous. The great Winston Churchill said that and then the left, absolutely. Smeared him as defending a racist. Yeah. Like to ask Indians that they think I'd like I would like to ask Indians. I'd like to ask them this question. Let us say the British never set foot in. India would be better off today. I don't believe they will. I believe with all the issues raised by imperialism and America's not been appearance. The greatest power that has not been imperialist colonialism imperialism with all the problems India became India. Thanks to the British. There was no language linking the people of the Indian subcontinent. No culture, they made a country. They abolished settee having women burned at the funeral pyre of their of their husband. Just to give examples. All right. We shall return. You're listening to.
"louis gregory" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The guy became famous on on, Twitter and social media. And and then then be Instagram, and he's he's known Josh Ostrovsky. And he's known as the fat chip. Yes. That's that's how he is known. I mean, it's just it's just too terrific for words. No. Who else the guy who played Drako Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies, Tom Felton, all definitely Tom felt was terrific in the flash the television series. I didn't tell him. He was good in the flash. Now, our Drako. Absolutely. Tom felt absolutely how much is he how much is Tom Felton. Let me check and how much is snooky how Tom Felton Drako Malfoy compared to smokes. It doesn't have as rate on here. You have to inquire. Okay. All right. So so who else? Four hundred forty four dollars for Tom Felton. Ooh. I would do that. I would totally do that. Those are like the biggest there's a ton of like guys. I've legit never heard of on here. Name three people. You've never heard of before. And Bubba pig. Deion big d and Bubba, I guess, they're they're they're they're a radio show the radio station. There you. Yeah. Funny. How about jinx J? I n x x a porn star. Right. It looks like an easy. An American musician. He's in a band called black veil brides get in I that's that's jinx Louis, Gregory actor. I have no idea. Louis Gregory a lot of people on here. I have no idea who they are. Well, no, the only thing I can find here is a reference to the behi- faith. So I don't think that's it. And he passed away nineteen fifty one. So clearly clearly not the find out how I get on the list. Find out how you can have Tony cats on the list and my price seventeen thousand dollars. Honestly, let's let's all be like gotta have gotta have them. Wait a second. Hold on the chicks on the right on cameo. No. They're not up here. Fifth-floor?.
"louis gregory" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is this nephew? You're listening to the tiny cats today. It's I I would be detained by that. If I if I was still on the jersey shore. Well, what did she do? They would smush. Yeah. I would smush Tony cats. I would we we'd smash him. I'd smush him gate. I don't know. If has Mickey sounds in my head that says, not sounds all right? Who else do you have Lance Bass from sync? I don't see it. I don't see snooky. I see because the jersey thing right? Lance, Bass Timberlake, that'd be different. How about Bella Thorne who's the actress? Yeah. And I know the name can't picture Bella. Now now now now know about the fat Jewish ever heard of them all the shore fat Jewish is available. He's the guy became famous on Twitter and social media. And and then then be Instagram, and he's he's known Josh Ostrovsky. And he's known as the fact you. Yes, that's that's how he is known. I mean, it's just that's just terrific for words know, who else the guy who played Drako Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies, Tom Felton, all definitely Tom felt was terrific in the flash the television series. I he was good in the flash. Now, our Drako absolutely Tom felt do. Absolutely how much is he how much is Tom Felton. Let me check and how much is snooky how Tom Felton Drako Malfoy compared to snacks doesn't have as rate on here. You have to inquire. Okay. All right. So so who else go, I know four hundred forty four dollars for Tom Felton. Ooh, I would do that. I would totally do that. Those are like the biggest there's a ton of like dies. I've legit never heard of on here named three people. You've never heard of before. And bubba. Big d and Bubba. Big d and Bubba, I guess, they're they're, oh, it's it's there a radio shows their Asia. Stationed there. Yeah. It's funny about jinx j I n x x porn star. Right. It looks like an easy. No. An American musician. He's in a band called black veil brides, you can get him. I mean, that's that's Jenks Louis, Gregory. Actor. I have no idea. Louis Gregory a lot of people in here. I have no idea who they are. Well, now, the only thing I could find here is a reference to the Baha'i faith. So I don't think that's it.
"louis gregory" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We are participating in the continuation we were really on a roll for while and i don't know if she just doesn't do as many book tours but remember many times we had philippa gregory on her phone on in studio and on the phone she is one of the master british historical fiction so she wrote you know the and berlin the tutors that they did that movie of other boleyn girl she wrote that and she's written all these she does really does the research and then she paints between the line and imagines great saxon and when when murder and mayhem and other bad things eventually happen of the church set you know she vividly paints said so she's so i love philippa gregory back to all the deliciousness think about how well behaved everybody is yes what's happening in the past henry the eighth i mean we could go down the list for all of the british royals but harry and meghan are darn right conservative compared to louis gregory had a book out in february called the last tutor the plan in tudor novels it continues in it's about lady jane grey england for nine days right he's written so many books and they are just really i think i like her style of how she does it i know that that wolf hall hillary man i can't remember what her name was mantle or something like that the author i tried reading it but it was i tried watching is it tied to it was to dusty very dusty philippa gregory she gets more like she writes i dunno it's pressure personal relationships and the and the sex and the gossip and the other things that are actually going on where something like wool fall is dusty it is looking at the more political aspects yeah dusty i mean if you think about it everything that how the real estate in the family runs they signed that all went into effect in seventeen ninety geez it's such a long time ago and it's still stands pills so anyway but i do we do think the meth used to be that.