6 Burst results for "Lynn Ann"
"lynn ann" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"One is eat at four seasons in what was it. Gp to f- to for the same team. Now i'm imagining. I'm your manager for a second and i'm thinking why am i keeping you at the same team for four years. What was the thinking behind them. Genuinely fascinated to know why you didn't maybe try and to two primary enough to. Yeah so it's a question because it definitely was. Mcdonald's is a great team yeah little slight on dams. But i'm just the whole time. And i mean to be honest it after the first year was a question mark and they they kind of knew. It was a question mark as well. Yeah i mean. At the time that i went into form the to bam's was one of the top teams. I think they were in the top three or top five teams in the first year. I was with them. And that was the euro teammates with alex. Lynn ann in two thousand sixteen and then was a very very difficult year. For whatever reason it just seems like the team had taken a step backwards. And i was for sure. Not the benchmark driver means first year. But i know i know. Alex was one of the championship favorites going into the year. We had a very very tricky year..
"lynn ann" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Apartment to the attentive building in the seventh floor office of Mark Parkinson Vice President President and general manager. It was a room I well remembered with its Blang Walnut paneling in deep leather chairs. I'd worked on a lot of cases with more and with a late Ed Morgan Morgan tool and it sounded now as though Ed my good friend from a longtime back I was about to become a case himself in Johnny. Thanks I was quite a phone call. It's quite a situation again. Oh I just can't talk sitting down old habit. I guess remember when we used to be on the old Johnstone building four. We built this new one. We had those old fashioned rationed standup desks. It was annot man Clement was still alive n before I was soon yes I keep forgetting about you. Newcomers meaning everybody who's come come into the game within the last forty years. I suppose I am one of the original settlers m set in my ways to yeah well. What am I hated to see those disco? You could stand in front. One of them. Lean an elbow on them. Make out a reporter speed. You're trying too hard to avoid it. Avoid what it didn't call me over here just to reminisce about the old old is in a way maybe did it is funny. I always thought you liked it Morgan but I did and why did you say it's too bad. He didn't die sooner because I liked him. Except like is too weak a word actually I thought as much as I would have my own son of I'd had one why I'm the one new hired him in the first place. Remember Johnny Remember I took a personal interest news career watched him work his way up to finally he was born too cheap adjusted for the West Coast headed by San Francisco Claims Office. Let was done good for a man as young as he was and I was proud of him Johnny Yeah I know I know you were it was a hard worker honest dependable and he had a good sound future ahead of him and then just like accidents. I usually just like that foggy night shot curve and he drove Kharafi cliff into the Pacific Ocean and that was that tragedy you need only at apparently wasn't the end are you wouldn't have called me over here. No it wasn't Johnny. I wish it had been meaning. You'd better brace yourself within two weeks after Morgan's death we we started getting complaints from some of our clients. What do you mean complaints? Old Demands for adjustment on claims edit reported paid weeks before requests for pass through settlements so more more and I don't get it neither did I so I sent a company coming up to San Francisco Monday acuity and put him to work on the claims files and we found out you found out what that Ed's accounts had been doctored for some time what Johnny in the months before he was killed he'd embezzled nearly eighty eighteen thousand dollars Ed Morgan and Morgan. I don't believe it he did it might as well accept the fact anybody else. Yes anybody anybody else but not for one thing. Money didn't mean that much to it. I know we were always joshing him about living like an old hermit instead of a young bachelor then and why would he do it steal eighty thousand dollars after all these years of being honest. What would he want? That would cost that much money. That's exactly what I wish. You'd find out how at a second wait a second. This is one. I don't want any part neither do I but I'm afraid I'm stuck with it and you are doing away. Why because ED was your friend? Here's a flight ticket reservation to San Francisco plane leaves into our on our. I'd rather pass it so what I what we can't neither of US too. Many questions is left and they've got to be answered by me. Eight thousand dollars of the company's money is missing. I can't just write it off. Forget it has to be accounted for there are other investigators more and another thing that's just as important to me at least is to find out why he did it. It's a failure and human dynamics man like ed man everybody what he respected and trusted and he goes wrong. Why get somebody else to find out? I'd be pretty grateful if you do Johnny Marr. I just don't want any part of Ain't know how are you feel. It's quite a shock to find out he was a crook like somebody pulling the rug out from under go so now you WanNa forget all about him. Leave him safely dead and buried dead more but not buried if you remember they recovered the car but not his body. It's still somewhere beneath the Pacific all right look at it from an efficiency standpoint. If nothing else do any other investigator Ed Morgan would be just a name an unknown quantity but you knew him. I thought I did regardless of what he did. Johnny just hate to think of a stranger pouring into his past. Maybe I still think back to the old times in the old country when the family buried their own and sometimes johny a friend has to go all the way even when the other person is a goofed. Isn't that what the younger generation close it. I'm not the younger generation more at right now. I'm older than Confucius purpose. I sure appreciate a Johnny after all. Somebody's got to do it yeah. Somebody's gotTa do it and like you said all right. Let's have the tape item to fourteen dollars and thirty five cents tips text incidentals in Hartford and same in San Francisco plane trip between points paid from expensive company manager during not included here with uh I went straight from the airport to its last address when he was still alive and apartment house on the Knob hill section called the drizzly arms and that's where I got my I I is at always been the two-room Bachelor walkup type but the drakely arms consisted of equal parts of glitter glass swank and price including quoting a uniform dorm and a small private bar off the lobby and an assistant manager with a Gardenia on his lapel. He was a rare one at manager and it was a real the Old Gardenia of course most desirous of assisting you in every way possible Mr. What did you say your name dollar? do L I can spell dollar. I'll bet you can I beg your pardon. That's right. I didn't mean you didn't mean to be offensive. I understand now about the former occupant. I've been of sweet fourteen Mr Dollar. I'm terribly afraid. Please don't be I mean there is simply. They're a little I can tell you about the late. Mr Morgan matter discretion is that discretion policy in the house something that well we do of course try to protect the privacy law residents. I'm sure you understand even to the extent of turning down twenty dollars Alex Chris one isn't it under the circumstances Nice Likeness of Andrew Jackson thank you Sir gratuities of this nature are always helpful in smoothing the rough pathway human relations. Don't you think so MR dollar definitely it's already helping you remember my name. the the money is a mental stimulant isn't it don't call money. Just think of it as item three. I'd they get hot item scoring. I'm in yeah I know it's kind of a habit ice into picking up now. As you're Memon stimulated any in regard to it Morgan Oh yes the late Mr Morgan pod minister dollar. Yes I yes count as Margie. I'll be delighted to send the boy upper two quarts of suds. What a nice dry Bavarian tailby countess just plain beer Scottish right away delay mixed up with criminals you know now? Where were we miss the dollar we weren't Oh yes the late Mr Morgan he'd been our guest to understand for about six months at the time of his tragic accident? What was he paying for? A suite of rooms will ordinarily. We don't release information together. This is not ordinary how much twelve hundred dollars a month well. He was a true gentleman woman if I may say so and on the Chrysler materialistic side if you'll forgive me sir a very free spender starry twenties limit Miss Dollar I was trying to coerce your generosity by well putting on another bind precisely alright so when was better down Ming line stolen was throwing money around like water what else us who came to see him. What sort of visits did he have a none at all that I can recall not at all? He leaves that overpriced cubicle and then just sat well. What about friends here in the building? Most of I guess might be termed individually exclusive even eccentric in some cases except of course Mrs Baroness's barren years one of the loveliest guess we've ever had the pleasure of excuse me Mr De la Yes yes count is Margie. The boy is on his way I know but he has to go clear down to the corn. Blaisdell little pin pandered. I'm so sorry doug drinks that stuff up to now where we about this misses Barrett. You mentioned all yes well of course she and Mr Morgan were inseparable. You understand they were together constantly and Mr Barren Erin all there wasn't any reason I mean deceased dead early this year's recall. I didn't know him. Of course Mrs. Barrett moved in here shortly after his death not into Lynn Ann Morgan wanted him over in about six weeks later he met her here then no no they were already acquainted uh-huh well acquainted I in fact I believe that Mr Morgan and the young and very lovely widow met at the time of her husband's death matter of settling the estate or something of that sort exactly why I thought so but I do recall having an impression at the time that he moved in here only because of her and as I say they were together again constantly right from the first. That's all very interesting. I wonder if I can have a talk with Mrs Barry. it would be utterly impossible rate and I look if you think I mean she isn't here isn't here. She's been gone for ten days. Now what you go. I really EVAN TO SLIGHTEST IDEA MR dollar. Although she moved out she must have left a forwarding address of some kind. She didn't move although she still has her apartment here should be back. Eventually I imagine but at the moment I haven't heard a word from us and she left home poor dear you. No one can understand why she'd want to get away profile such a tragic incident heading to deaths of exactly the saint. Oh God found I wait a minute. What do you mean by tragic coincidence? Well as I understand it is Berto spend also died in some sort of accident. Yes County and now here's our star to tell you about tomorrow's episode of This Week Story Tomorrow the Trail Bank into a man's past. There's a faint and twisting one and at times it runs through quicksand John once.
"lynn ann" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Health, GM sports state, was a good day for the White Sox. In spite of the rain, the game was called and the socks were ahead so they got the win. Four one over the Jays. They'll play again tomorrow twelve thirty five pre-game one, ten the first pitch with Darren Jackson here on seven twenty WGN gobs come up short at Washington, that actions beat him five to they'll play under the lights again tomorrow night, first pitch at six o'clock war of will the winner of the hundred and forty fourth Preakness and in the NBA playoffs Golden State against the Portland Trail Blazers at the half. Portland leads sixty six fifty three WGN traffic on the expressways. Tollways, no major delays to speak of right now for personalized driving on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago approved by the mortgage experts team hockberg. Just search. T R, A, F F. I X Chicago before cast from the WGN Chicago weather center. Cloudy, breezy warm, humid a chance of scattered thunderstorms down to sixty four Wendy with a mix of clouds and sun, tomorrow, a chance of showers and thunderstorms and seventy three staying windy. Some clearing tomorrow night. Low forty nine partly sunny, cooler Monday, sixty two the daytime, I inland fifties at the lakefront cloudy and sixty five at O'Hare, sixty six at way to same at Oaklawn barometer. Steady twenty nine seventy one fifty five of the lakefront David Jennings. WGN radio news room in these are the stories that matter on seven, twenty WGN. See. Doctrinal journal WGN we're pay tribute to writer author friend Petco, Lander in the studio real quickly. We got former Chicago reader editor, Mike, Lynn Ann, who worked with her. When we're best friends in Chicago journalist, Bonnie McGrath, her sister Marian oak win and our longtime high school friend like to say fifty nine years. Grammar school before high school, Maryland choice, we played no secrets brother Tom talked about what she came back from U of I kind borrowed that record right? Do you know anybody know that story?.
"lynn ann" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is this the way it should be two seven seven five two seven to judge ruled the all male military draft is unconstitutional and women like men could be forced into military service. If a draft ever happens, we'll take some phone calls from some women and how they feel about this Kelly's in Phoenix Kelly. What do you think should women have to be drafted as well? I believe. Yes. They should you can't pick and choose what you want for your equal rights, equal pay. If that's what you wanna play. You you need to be able to step up and get drafted as well. You take the good with the bad. Exactly. All right. We got one. Yes. That it should go men and women in the draft to seven seven KTAR. Karen, you're in Glendale. What do you think? Karen? Hi, believe. Yes. Women should get drafted. And why? I believe that if we are at worst is there even excessively to have a draft to begin with. We should have. We lost. All right. That's two to yeses Carol Carol you're in fountain hills. What do you think? Yes. Or no. No. I think they should be drafted because women are not written into the constitution. We don't have equal rights. We need to pass equal rights amendment. And then we'll have a quality for all. How about physically does? That worry you physically. No, no, no. It doesn't because women are already in the military and Rory fighting in combat. But if they don't want to be there. That's the other thing. See the problem with the draft. Is it probably will never happen. But the problem with that is you're you're forced to be there. And if someone forces you to do something, you're probably not going to do the best job that you could. It's amazing that we have a military. That is all volunteer. They all want to be there. The all wanna kick, but they all want to, you know, do their part to serve their country. But the drafting always kind of creeps me out because you're going to get people like in what happened in Vietnam. They don't some didn't want to be they they dodge. You could have that too. Now. You can have that too. Okay. Seven seven KTAR. The judge ruled that the all male military draft is unconstitutional so women like men would be forced into a draft. Lynn, ann. You're in Phoenix. What do you think Lynn an should women also have to be eligible? I agree with the other three with our country. They weren't have rights lake radio. Men and women both equally should fight for country. But your perspectives a little unique on this year in the national guard. Right. I am. There for seven years. What made you decide to sign up for the national guard. Pretty much like Kansas. Visit saying, you know, there is a small percentage of us that want to kick that defend our country and protect it. And. You know, unfortunately, our numbers are getting smaller lesson. There's people that the the the rate is going down drastically an it's alarming, actually. But yeah, there is a small percentage of that do away in the military. And I think it shouldn't just be men that are drafted. It should be. All right. Thank you linen. So four yeses women should be.
"lynn ann" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"It's all because I couldn't I couldn't get it from the from the switched on the two. So we should at least see these Representative conditions, but but less unrepresentative perhaps than we saw twelve months ago. Snow you'd on one day the fest is lost. You know, so deafness at very last year for the moon is say about the stuff near the grind front wing in the diffusion on the floor in the bottom of the bards board Zola area as old very very sensitive to to grind height onto temperature an the hotter. It gets. If you go Bill problem with the hotter. It gets the worship will get of cars will come when tests in Barcelona been fantastic drivers just been erupt his Abed. When you go to the first recent study, just one says Sam car, you go then to Malaysia as it used to be is why haven't what did I leave behind because it doesn't seem carpet has Barcelona with and that's just because attempt has gone up on your little problem that was you know, five percent problem. Is not a forty percent problem. It's just because the temperature changes grind temperature chancer. Everything's different. The the big interesting thing will be the path above the front. You come inside. He's and frogs I compare those. He's gonna be fascinating. But I think one of the big ones will be red bull Honda. So what are you hoping to say from from that package e Ashim, and it's gonna be mechanic mechanic, the IRA wise, strong car and just see. Whereas with engines how excited I about saying I like their car, I think it'd be newly doesn't aired dumbest is probably one of the best in the pet Linda as the best Napoleon. I would like to think that the car will be a good package, and we'll do the job, and I would also love home to to get there. No. I don't think they'll look at their as a an night Mercedes beater. But I think we saw in the last couple of years that on occasions. The red bull could could make out for its deficit with Reynaud engine. Hypoc deficit was I don't know the privee vocal boat but deficit to render engine they're very vocal about the fight Honda. Hasn't got that deficit. So that put himself in a position right now where they should be going ight and being competitive, west Mercedes and with a Ferrari because that's what they've said a tape the stop, and after he's in the shakedown was was, you know, very very happy with every new at went. So I think that can be I think they count be out there on more occasions than the where. But I don't think Honda will do consistently as far as an reliable is the reward as oppose, you know, just the three engine sang for the seasons is tough Franny body. I think they will be trying to be taken alone approach of looking a bit further down the road. You know, they know they've got grown to make up if still ground to make up to be the Osgood. Or the best engine in the pet. Lynn, ann. Thank. The pet there early early period with with red balloon Toro Rosso and to making sure they're getting there with it knowing that a championship challenge me to go to be there every race all the time on that might be getting put oh for another year. But I'd like to thank that. This didn't come away with some wins this year. And I'm telling you know, or four wins five movie, then come away without think, they would ole Concetta that this year was probably about the waste time that will win the championship..
"lynn ann" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Get Newsmax TV go figure, and I saw the Joe's program. My runs on their problem problems radio program. He's probably got one of them there. A video feeds in the studio. He does and I've toured without myself getting one number of people can all you gotta do what you gotta do. It will at some point. We'll see. I'm still I'm still reconciling whether or not I want to be able to be on TV while I'm doing this. You know, one of the things I've told people a lot of people have said to me, why don't you go out and do more live remotes of your show, go out and broadcast public. We've done that a million times. Well, I I got to pay for that. But I don't just go out and do that the other thing is. It's hard to explain what I do. I've done this now for close to up on thirty five years. Oh, that's scary. But what I what I do is. I'm in a box and that box is proximity six by eight by maybe ten or twelve and that's it. I'm by myself. I'm in the zone, man. Well, I can see Dirk stone over there. But he's he's part of the crew. I'm looking I'm through the glass, but and and people who've come in not many because you have to get through security, but they've they've watched it doesn't doesn't throw me off. But when you're out and with the general public or your I don't know on TV it would affect but I'm not in any way. Intimidated or nervous? No, I'll say anything anywhere. In fact, a lot of people know that much to their chagrin who've had me come out and speak publicly. But the point is I'm the Jackson Pollock of public speaking, by the way, I am. But my point is that I kind of go into a well, I call it a zone. It's the zone what I'm doing this. And I don't know if I want a camera on me, I'm still working out still working. Plus I'd have to put pants on. I would have to put pants on. I don't think I want to do that. Either. Well, I wouldn't have to really. This is a post out of the Washington Times of the things that get published in Washington. The Washington Times is one of the best ones to look for things published border. Authorities are referring to fifty people a day for a rather referring the referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care. TB that's to BRUCE'S flu even pregnant women about to give birth. Top officials said Monday saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before. Now, just that's the of phrase right there. That's the after the commerce saying, it's unlike anything they've ever seen before that alone should be evidence enough. Call enough of a call to action to say we are going to stop this flow across the border because this is kind of like back in the day when people had polio this still do. But those of you old enough to remember polio was terrifying. I I remember that a number of other things as well. But the hooping cough, all that stuff. But measles coming back now because people are so stupid as an get measles. Vaccine's just knock it off get the Musil vaccination for your kids. But anyway, polio. Better get the polio. Vaccination? I remember when polio was a terror. Well, we were little kids enough cognizant of be terrorized you'd see little kids on crutches. And you crippled by polio. And you did not want that. And it was something that you were terrorized knowing that you could get it anywhere anytime because there was no way to stop it. It was that was it. And when they came up with the polio vaccine, I can remember that to like it was yesterday. We're looking in school, and they gave us Sugarcubes with the the vaccine on it and we lined up and took it willingly. And oh, yeah. I'd do it again in heartbeat. But this thing right now. I'm likening to that. Where you go. Oh, we got to find a cure for this. You're gonna find a way to stop this. This is bad. We're going to get sick. We're gonna we're gonna be crippled. This is going to be horrible. Well, this is the same thing right here. When it says here that these people are saying, it's unlike anything they've ever seen before. That's what polio was at one point. And right now, this is analogous to that. These people coming across our border, tuberculosis, flew any number of other things as well. They have antibac- biotic resistant TB. Remember that's been going on forever that was Houston Obama's regime and a bunch of other diseases. So why wouldn't we stop that? Because we're going to get every bit as crippled as a nation by letting this bull crap into our nation. The most of those in need of care children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five have been dragged along on the trip by parents at they don't mention here by but cartel coyotes who in many cases are hoping to use the children as a shield against speedy deportation from the US they're being told download if you have kids you're going to get allowed in. So they're bringing these disease ridden little Rugrats, and the parents are carrying a lot of disease to not to mention a third grade level education at best probably first or second grade. I'm talking to get them back on the parent. The numbers were released after a full review was done children in custody at customs border protection in the wake of to illegal alien children who died in US hospitals in December, which was no fault of the United States, by the way. None. They tried dependent on Trump, of course, because they try and pin everything on Trump that had nothing to do with Donald Trump. Now, custom border patrol Commissioner. Kevin Mckee Lynn, Ann Mckee. Is it MC alien I can't pronounce that listening said most of these needing those needing help we're ill when they arrived at the border at some appear to have been made the initial decision to leave even while ailing. So in other words, they're carrying two brick yellow says, but I'm going to the US anyway. We're going to let people like that in. Well, Ted Kennedy would love that. By the way. He's want to sell all this crap up many were ill before they departed their homes. We're talking about cases of pneumonia. Tuberculosis parasites. Do you think our border patrol people that process our immune to any of the stuff? No, they're not. In fact, they come. They come down with the stuff. They can catch parasites. These are not things that developed urgently in a matter of days. No, no, no, no. These are things that people have been carrying with them for a long time agents is spotted a new trend in the traffic. Let me repeat this agents have spotted a new trend in the traffic from Central America to the US with smuggling organizations using commercial buses to get people through the journey and less than a week that's far faster than twenty five to thirty days. It takes most migrants to walk or take a mixture of transportation to get from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras through Mexico into the border. So in other words, they are being fast tracked fast tracked into the US carrying disease. And let's just let some this up. They're being fast tracked from the third world into the I it's being subsidized paid for by all kinds of communist organizations, not to mention the governments of origin. But hugely saw by people like George Soros hugely. So and Soros is an easy one to pick out at sees a JAMES BOND villain. This is stupid simple to pick him up. But the funding is coming from other people like him that you'll never know their names multi zillionaires, they want the third world into the first many of them democrat socialist straight up now, Mr. Mick alanon or Eliana pronounce here with the customs said the commercial buses are also delivering migrants to parts of the border such as western Texas in Mexico that have traditionally been less afflicted by flow of immigrants crossing the US illegally. Faster trip. Also makes it easier for sick people to come and provides confidence for parents to bring younger children while the parents know, hey, my kid's not gonna have to walk for an entire month. Five years old. A seven year old. Well, you don't need much more than that on this pretty much covers. They're going to the poor children that died, and that that's the fault of the parents as the fault of the parents. I would argue in large part. It's fall to the Mexican government. Why is it Mexican government? Letting these people come through why didn't have to deal with it. Now, the ester holding them somewhat on the other side of the border, but not by much. In fact, we had a whole bunch of them try and bust breached the fence, and they were teargassed, of course, which are are law enforcement was vilified teargassing children. Will you're damn straight wear the covering occurred disease, and they're actually being used as pawns by. I would I would are evil evil cartels and aiding and abetting parents think they're gonna come here. Now live the American dream. You don't have a right to come here and live the American dream. In fact, the American dream, isn't it ironic? It's the American dream is being destroyed by just such action. You're gonna vote for a democrat again. I doubt you're listening to. Me you're going to vote for a democrat. 'cause if you're listening to me chances are good chance that you're a member of we the thinking, and you wouldn't vote.