20 Burst results for "Mark Dantonio"

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

"Win 31 to 10 and Mark Dantonio is the Spartans all time winning his football coach. Passing the legendary Duffy Dougherty here this afternoon. Are you glad it's over, so we can quit bugging me about it? Yeah. You know, I'm glad it's over. I'm glad we made it. You know, can't take nothing for granted. You know, so glad we made it to it and You know, That's something that It'll take a while to break, I guess. Well, I would think so. I would think so. And I guess The only downside was the game before got away from miss against Arizona State and I was going to be the big celebration at home. That would have been better, I think, but at the end of day we had a celebration, and that was an amazing thing to do. Coach. Doherty had more years to do it in And I think overall, we'll look back on the coach Mark Dantonio era. And I think it'll be a while before anybody can match that kind of magic. I mean, We were there as an elite program at the top. Um and there was just one hero after another. And we continue to do things that nobody thought Michigan say football could do. The fact that we got to hang out with these people. That was pretty cool of always school. Absolutely. You know, I'll never forget when we beat Baylor, where we down 20, but not too much time left. When we come back, and we win that game, and everybody was in shock. We were unhappy shock and the Baylor radio guys were to my left and I just looked over and But they looked. I've never seen guys like that bad. They were just man. What just happened? What is going on? And I just remember they didn't want to be the right thing about that should be in the college football playoffs, right? They were a little arrogant about things. And surprisingly, the US but yeah, they were. They were just like, you know, I can't believe we got to play those Michigan state guys playing this. And you don't play as well. Did you know I'm out of all? Um, anyway, so that was a little piece fisheries coach. He becomes the all time winning his coach, and that's a good thing When we come back with more, no waving, let's do one more inbox. Lemorin box. I keep forgetting that I don't mean to. You could check us out of here at Spartan underscore radio on Twitter. We did also have an answer here on Social media from Kevin, saying that Also went a little bit unorthodox when with salmon as the main dish on Thanksgiving. Yes. Uh, just like, Oh, it's righty. Yeah, I'm okay with that. That one even makes more sense to me, though, Because its at least to meet like the spaghetti one. I'm still trying to process But, you know, uh, spaghetti. Yes, you can. True That's fish for People who don't eat meat. Only Kevin. Yeah, I guess well, and that's a good point. People that don't eat me. I get it. Yeah, but if you're a meat eater, of course, then you eat him. Who wants in turkey? Anyway? Before we take a break, I I do have to tell you what we did. Uh, okay. The turkey is It's doing whatever it does, it's simmering or whatever does when you waited. You let it sit awhile. That's the chef. It's Sumerian or something, or whatever they whatever it's doing. He end up so anyway, so we watch While we're waiting for this miracle that happened, we were what we watched. The W Care P episode of about the turkey thing. Have you ever seen that? No. You've never seen. You have seen turkeys dropping from the sky s s O I'm not suggesting everybody watch. Every episode of This show is a great Children the seventies, but they do a turkey promotion. Right? Cincinnati? Yeah, it's there's a wkrc for real, Uh, make it a P, and it's Anyway. So they're going to do this great turkey promotion and what they're going to do is they're dropping turkeys out of an airplane or helicopter. No landing on cars. It's just a mess. It's so here's what I didn't think that through. So the big guy, the station manager, and he had one of the greatest lines in the history of television. He just stands there with Feathers all over. He looks awful, and he goes. He's got is my witness. I thought turkeys could fly. You want to get this land of all time was good. They can't fly. They came up. You know, neither can pigs know they can't either. Unless you're Disney Pigs. Actually, those guys why, anyway, Having said that it's a kick off show. It's Michigan State. Is Northwestern back to wrap her up in the moment as you are listening to the Fox Sports presentation of MSU football. Do you feel that? That changing from the focus.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back mark Dantonio with us the populated universe tell us a little bit about this because you explore not only exoplanets but the possibility mark of extraterrestrial life well sure you know and and one of the things that I feel very strongly about is that the universe is predisposed to not just creating the building blocks of life but most likely creating life as well you know into the book is about exoplanets an extraterrestrial life with talks about a hobby financial plans at all we'll talk about why extraterrestrial life is not something that is for science fiction anymore yeah we literally see the building blocks of life almost every look George you know I mean what are they well you know water of course hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorous sulfur you know you know in in carbon and carbon is the most important thing carbon based right S. carbon based beings no we also have a a number of elements the carbon can bond with in fact carbon bonds with more elements than any other element at a table so it's a template provided by the universe this carbon based life so it's more than likely it's out there and other worlds even within our solar system pop up eventually like underneath the ice of Europa get the cell phone and someone is perhaps microbial deep under Mars South Pole perhaps where there's a a very large reservoir of water liquid water that's that's trapped down there so we're finding these things all over our solar system and we're also seeing water vapor and other building blocks of life planets that are in pain and the stress of circling other stars once the James Webb telescope gets up again probably see that a little better that's going to be everywhere won't say they're going to be George you know it we know now something and it is a funny story to this when I was getting my degree in astronomy I was talking to my director there of the observatory and I said to him which is the reason the phone is maintaining a book I said to him you know I believe it's a populated universe out there Hey look at me over his glasses and when you talk about Mr Dantonio and I said well look we're carbon based bilaterally symmetric it's a template provided by the universe all the life here on earth that the of any substantial console your account is bilaterally symmetric the same on the left and the right for the most part the way we interact with our environment I think that's a template carbon based life of the template so it's not just you know it's happened I'm sure this plan itself or this is occurred and he said to me get back in the observatory on the research project okay and leave captain Kirk to us but is he was angry with you I think he was smiling but he was kind of going not case you don't talk to me well when we finally confirmed that there was a of the first actual planet making the late eighties I went back to him and I put my hand into his office he was on the phone any any look at me covered the receiver a look in your it was one planet just one planet yeah well that of course is going up but the four thousand plan would you die you consider would you consider as our astronomers scientists yes they are sure because you know a strong received you have because mileages astrophysicists and astronomers astronomers tell you what it is after businesses tell you how it works and cosmologists say why does it work you know it's kinda the differentiation between the three extra from a thirty thousand foot view but astronomy is a true scientific study of how the universe works and what those things are in the night sky which is what what else guidelines team is about no that's alive observatory that looks at the sky on clear nights you know we're putting in one in Arizona right now George is going to allow us to have like three hundred clear ninety year well that's beautiful in the store and other that is correct no Sir are you convinced that extraterrestrials exist and if they do are they visiting us I am convinced that that's happening and the reason has to do with an effective a fundamental tenet of this book okay based on the book of the book gives people who want to say and do say I believe there's extra skill I thought there I believe we're not alone given some scientific foundations and fundamentals for why that belief is true now they can say I believe we're not alone and here's why and it gives them a reason you know foundations always back to that that horrible periodic table elements which you don't spend too much time in but it gives you the information gives people information so they can really understand why it's not such a foregone conclusion the wife of not just science fiction thing I should say that that there's you know life in the universe it is the Star Trek it's not Star Wars but it is a populated universe there is life out there and even NASA if you go back to every mission NASA's taken to Mars every single one of these missions have been for what purpose the finalize in the traces of life in the past or present right and you you had an experience of an underwater UFO experience you were invited on a navy nuke submarine which is pretty darn good because that doesn't happen all the time believe me I was in the ninety nine years it was even tough for me to try to do that yeah and tell me about that experience what happened you know what I can say we're what we can't say when for obvious reasons but I was doing special projects for the U. S. navy I still am but the fact of the matter was when I was invited to go in and I I've kind of said it was a ride but it really was in when I wasn't she I got seasick okay I am a little over okay I'm not a guy that can you know right along in a sewer pipe within caps you know on the services it it bounced around by the waves and rocks and rolls and it just did not do me any good so while trying to recover from a sea sickness I was sitting in the sauna shack at the alliance on our machine to stop the economy from the main the bridge basically down below the commander of the control room and I was trying to just zone out now subs allowed to have a lot of white noise because the navy prides itself on that sound getting out so that's the key right so I'm sitting there and I'm almost feeling pretty good I got my eyes closed and taking breasts and I'm I'm just doing this with mixing with the rhythms of the Bo thing okay I'll get better and get better when all of a sudden the kid sitting at the sun machine next to me goes consultar Kantana fast mover fast mover and I jolt awake the citizens of memory it's just that now because I'm thinking holy cow work or getting shot late torpedo someone's trying to torpedo at us you know I figured I should not have accepted become this trip you know I'm gonna die out here really yeah an executive officer comes out and says you know what something like what do you currently own explain tell me what's going on in because of noise in the front I couldn't hear everything he said he gave the direction the bearing or whatever but then the excels at how fast I heard actors he look at me as a kid that had turned away from me looking up at the end they try to shut you up well you know what the kids said the XO when the when send how fast he yelled out of hand like I can't believe it Sir kind of thing and ma'am that's me saying that he didn't and I heard him plainly say several hundred not Sir and I was like whoa several hundred not and the XO without missing a beat is it okay log it and dog at any the kid said Sir yes Sir and then he walked away yes walked away like nothing no no no I got up and went over to the XO and and log it means long of course the target means they get rid of it I thank MoveOn basically so I did XO XO I I've heard of these things before I think I can help you is there anything that wouldn't work for me John this is Antonio you have a good trip Sir yes I am your let's keep it that way and that's the extent of them telling me to shut up I guess but seven years later I had to do a job for the joint chiefs and I happened to ask one of the chiefs what's the fast mover programme and that she will get now pushing the limits me tell you he didn't know you knew he didn't know I knew and I and he basically Curtis said what's that we could have said I have no clue and maybe he should've but instead he said I can't talk about the program I'm sorry and he smiled and want yes Sir I understand understood they said and I drove home from Washington DC like almost hitting cars bridge abutment because all I could think of was I can't believe it's real I can't believe changed now with the with the ever put go public with it probably not well think about it the Nimitz incident has brought this to light from an aerial perspective hasn't right and they favor to talk about one article was bubbling under the water and another one is coming down to the surface correct could that one under water have been the type of thing that I'm talking about Hey so I think that there is a disclosure of sorts that the navy is willing to discuss but you know they're also doing unprecedented measures like instructing their crewmen how to report such objects in that went publicly to be I think you know the whole it's huge story right yeah and they're saying now the navy's admitted there were a few things are real as an astronomer did you ever see anything strange out there through a telescope nothing would host but with my I've seen some really great things I've I've had weird encounters I I I you know my personal experiences find my science a hundred percent I don't know what to do with these things I hate missing time as a kid I had a terrifying encounter with something in the shop something of my nose it turned out that it had it was removed two years later by at your nose and throat surgeon truly an implant was it some kind of employment yes he looked up there and sent him his exact words my god you've got some huge up there okay when I was like well do you remember the experience when it happened I do and it was terrifying and move out of my house because this is the first the the Indian.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we'll go back to coast to coast George nori with you mark Dantonio with us he is got a degree in astronomy is a chief photographer video analyst for the largest aerial anomaly organization on earth he's also the host of scarred to a radio on K. G. R. A. radio is the host and creator of sky tour live stream with mark Dantonio on YouTube as well where you can go on walks of life and enjoy he is also a CEO of a fax models FX models a model making company and here he is on coast to coast mark walk home Hey George how are you I'm doing great great day people are still buying models aren't they yeah they sure are you know and we we do a lot of work for the navy so now and I'm looking at and full model right now local salmon shop at the moment well good for you I used to have a great collection of models when I was a kid from all those great companies yeah I I have a whole bunch on the shelf and actually take parts out of them and and and use them for doing what we call kit bashing for making other things like space ships and stuff for you know television commercials or whatever it's really kind of fun how did you get interested in astronomy mark you know what George I'm gonna tell you that this is the absolute truth when I was outside is eighty nine I had just come out of the hospital and had a major surgery couldn't do anything so my parents bought me a telescope okay mentioned I really like the stars yeah when outside I looked up and I didn't look through the telescope that first night I distinctly remember this I looked up in the sky and I felt homesick it was amazing really yeah and never left me and and my my thought was I'm going to be an astronomer I was a nine year old and I knew I was going to be an astronomer I knew I was going to go to school for new that's right get my degree and knew that I was never gonna turn my back on it and I didn't hello my folks got me a three inch refractor telescope when I was about your rage that marked two I loved it that night and I went through I didn't have the surgical experience that you went through but gosh I just love them what happened here well you back then nine I am a congenital heart defect and they had the big one the valves gosh at nine years old no not yet so that one of fifty five I had another surgery in this time I opted for a double valve replacement because it removes one of myself to another location in the heart and that was the same Belsize the officers it could handle it was a special procedure but it was called a high risk high gain procedure we need to take any medication and I didn't I haven't I'm sorry when I was thirty two that happened no one else has he finally has a problem where I actually got an inspection in both of those valves they got changed Jeez but they're human that's the thing you're only part you know human donor value like you found the right donor a lot of times they give you power pig valves right yeah and there was an option because I was so active I wasn't very heavily into a tight window for and in doing that every other day and so I really want to maintain might might might work out schedule in the course you can understand how it set you back you know having your ribs cracked the move is kind of hard you know but the you know that we need that is when I was thirty two that's the two thousand works great for twenty two years but then I got endocarditis which is an inspection of the house and possibly from a dental procedure yeah I know that happens that's what killed Bobby Darin right you know and it wasn't lost on me that that is that is very dangerous but during my surgery when I was fifty five you know it was supposed to be it was repaired was emergency basically because the knee infection had spread I had killed it because I was giving myself IV antibiotics every day and the infection was dead but there was still debris and damage and so there was an abscess in the pulmonary valve location is holes being drilled into the heart by degree and other stuff that was still there and so they had to go in and do the replacement of of those two thousand again to human cells and but unfortunately when they restarted my heart yeah some debris got away from them and then when I woke up I I actually woke up I was in a coma right away how long were you in a calmer when you woke up you mean that's right I am when I became conscious I was in a coma and how did I know that because they said so could you see my family no I couldn't see anything I couldn't move in I actually felt like a head in a jar I couldn't feel my body at all god what a horrible feeling well you know what it is but there's something else I can maybe look at the bright side too much I don't know but you know what your I can really be just my head and no body to control in short I have perfect recall of every single event in my life perfect absolutely perfect recall I remember every moment like it was right in front of me so far more than you could before this all happened way more I mean I remember obscure things that I couldn't remember there was also you know because they listen to doctors those wide awake during the entire comma the claim I wasn't even though I relate conversations I heard it word for word you know and I'm thinking this is what people called locked in syndrome where they're inside and they're wide awake they know something's wrong they can't get out and they can't communicate I couldn't move I couldn't talk I couldn't see so I couldn't even communicate to anyone I didn't know anyone was there I could hear that's all you do is she'll like it after death experience what sort of because it you know it over or near death I don't know but I didn't I know that they are keeping a common to see if I'd live as it turned out they didn't know I was going to survive I had no idea how bad it was and how bad off I was okay now it was it was actually pretty that and in my family was preparing for the worst money you know they were in the doctors came in I heard an apologist on my left side they to my family on my right side and that's we think will be a quadriplegic and blind so you should prepare yourself and I'm thinking well they're not talking about me tone moving around and taking my legs and everything in my mind and then I didn't hear a thing yeah I realized wow this this is me one okay well I can deal with this I can make this work out figure out a way literally that's what I sent you know one of panic because of an experience I had during the surgery that made me realize I was going to be okay and it led to an entire a wave of feeling that I could never have imagined you know in in this would help other people do I don't know how as in you know the the the process was really strange it is starts with the physical feeling of now you can't move you can't see hi unisex yeah it's it sounds like you have the the bees and things like that I mean especially if you were able to still see and hear things like like I couldn't see that's the thing I was I was actually profoundly blind when I when and when they finally took me out of the coma and I discounted the days I thought they said we're gonna keep him in a coma for a for a week self interest self interest those of some of the worst yeah it was a medically induced coma they kept me in and they said we'll take him out after five days that is because we have to give them a chance to survive I remember them saying I don't think anyone would be all right now I was told it was gonna be fine so I normally find the closest you know will lead time mean anything to you when you were in that stage we did time mean anything to you all right yeah in a sense it did because I registered light and dark and I figured those are passages of day and night because it would be in the light it would turn on the lights have been replaced and and is counted five days I counted five passages of light and dark but I could see light and dark so anything profoundly blind I guess I could see you know a light and dark but that was it and so they came in and said okay you guys don't even have in the state for another couple days I'm like wait a minute it's fine there's only one fight what's going on thank you and it turned out that I had just missed counted because they can't turn off the lights you know just for other reasons whatever it was and I thought that was a transition from day to night kind of thing I was close but no cigar so when he finally woke me up the wind on the drug I mean I could literally feel I can feel myself rising up wherever I was in that state and I could feel my body reconnecting now during the time does come up make sure they said it was a quadriplegic I said alright I have to build a circuit that's going to help doctors detect in my brain so I started building a circuit in my head mentally I worked on and worked on it for a while I would write up literally right and then save them and put them away when I got hired I had let my brain for a while and then when I wake up I pull it back out open the box so to speak right right left off and there was right in front of him and everybody that saw it all but as I was coming out is there pulling me back I thought the box slipping away I thought that circuit going away I'm like no no no no we'll be back we'll be back with you about this you're not finished yet yeah I'm not finished with this circuit I got to get this out in and they set it up for me I couldn't talk of course because it was intubated in the course still couldn't see anyone I rose up to this old surface the first thing that was met with was searing burning pain everywhere welcome welcome back to planet earth mark right you've got it you've got it I had searing pain in both names the nurses were touching and moving around and we're really touched me it felt like they were hitting you with red hot irons oh gosh and I couldn't complain because I couldn't make any noise I couldn't yeah you know I couldn't move which other way I could flinch I literally had to interest so I passed out several times in that pain you know monsters but something happened where the brain again to not just accept the pain but penciller speaking work when it and I was really kind of sun that my brain could actually get me passes because I figured please let me pass out this is hurting so badly you know get rid of the pain is what I was saying right well it turned out that is the idea and I started to get hired I would naturally fall asleep while in searing pain right body was contacting the sheets it felt like I was being slid along a rough road you know and and and it was like ripping my skin oculus is terrible you're probably saying this is worse than being you know in that coma state I really wanted to go back to that state is nine and I have perfect recall those building at Sir can I have so many things that I was doing that it was very productive they were very productive and now I feel like I'm seeing diversions everywhere I look I have getting to the version of pain here hearing pain there so when they when they finally the next morning the doctor came in and he looked at me and he said mark can you hear me can you understand me you know it literally they they call me later they thought it was gonna be in a like a persistent vegetative state I didn't know what happened during the surgery there were business Klein had gotten away from the surgical site and when they restarted my heart it went to.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mark Dantonio with us the populated universe Telecel it'll bit about this because you explore not only exoplanets but the possibility mark of extraterrestrial life well sure you know and and one of the things that I feel very strongly about is that the universe is predisposed to not just creating the building blocks of life but most likely creating life as well you know into the book is about exoplanets an extraterrestrial life would talk about how we financial plans at all we'll talk about why extraterrestrial life is not something that is for science fiction anymore yeah we literally see the building blocks of life almost every look George you know I mean sure and what are they well you know water of course hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorous sulfur you know and then carbon and carbon the most important thing carbon based right S. carbon based beings no we also have a eight any number of elements the carbon can bond with in fact carbon bonds with more elements than any other element at a table so it's a template provided by the universe this carbon based life so it's more than likely it's out there and other worlds even within our solar system popped up potentially like underneath the ice of Europa it the South Pole and someone is perhaps microbial deep under Mars South Pole perhaps where there's a a very large reservoir of water liquid water that's that's trapped down there so we're finding these things all over our solar system and we're also seeing water vapor and other building blocks of life planets that are in in planning atmospheres that are circling other stars once the James Webb telescope gets up or have probably see that a little better that's going to be everywhere won't say they're going to be George you know we know now something and it is a funny story to this when I was getting my degree in astronomy I was talking to my director there of the observatory and I said to him which is the reason that from his name sake of the book I said to him you know I believe it's a populated universe out there he looks at me over the glass and the when you talk about Mr Dantonio and I said well look we're carbon based or bilaterally symmetric it's a template provided by the universe all the life here on earth that of any substantial console your account is bilaterally symmetric the same on the left and the right for the most part but the way we interact with our environment I think that the template seven days later the template so it's not just you know happen I'm sure this plan itself or whether some to Kurt and he said to me get back in the observatory on the research project okay and leaf captain Kirk to a long list he was angry with you well I think he was smiling but he was kind of going not case you know talk to me well when we finally confirmed that there was a of the first actual planet like in the late eighties I went back to him and I put my head into his office he was on the phone any any look at mainly covers the receiver a look in your it was one planet just one plan if yeah well that of course is going up but the four thousand plan would you die you consider would you consider as our astronomers scientists yes they are sure because you know a strong received you have cosmologist astrophysicist and astronomer astronomers tell you what it is after businesses tell you how it works and cosmologists say why does it work you know okay the differentiation between the three extra from a thirty thousand foot view but astronomy is a true scientific study of how the universe works and what those things are in the night sky which is what what else guidelines team is about no that's alive observatory that looks at the sky on clear nights you know we're putting in one in Arizona right now George it's going to allow us to have like three hundred clear ninety year all that's beautiful in the store and other that is correct no Sir are you convinced that extraterrestrials exist and if they do are they visiting us I am convinced that that's happening in the reason has to do with an impact of a fundamental tenet of this book okay based on the book of the book gives people who want to say and do say I believe there's extra skill I thought that I believe we're not alone well the book given some scientific foundations and fundamentals for why that belief is true now they can say I believe we're not alone and here's why and it gives them a reason you know foundations all the way back to that that horrible periodic table elements which you don't spend too much time in but it give you the information give people information so they can really understand why it's not such a foreman the wife of not just a science fiction thing I should say that there's you know life in the universe it is Star Trek it's not Star Wars but it is a populated universe there is life out there and even that so if you go back to every mission NASA's taken to Mars every single one of these missions have been for what purpose the finalize in the traces of life from the past or present right and you you had an experience of an underwater UFO experience you were invited on a navy new submarine which is pretty darn good because that doesn't happen all the time believe me I was in the navy nine years it was even tough for me to try to do that yeah and tell me about that experience what happened you know what I can say we're what we can't say one for obvious reasons but I would do and special projects for the US navy I still am but the fact of the matter was when I was invited to go in and I I've kind of said it was a ride but it really was in when I would see I got seasick okay I am all in lower okay I'm not a guy that can you know right along in a sewer pipe within caps you know on the services if you get bounced around by the waves and rocks and rolls and it just did not do me any good so while trying to recover from a sea sickness I was sitting in the sauna shack at the alignments on our machine to stop the baton away from the main the bridge basically down below the commander of the control and I was trying to just zone out now subs allowed to have a lot of white noise because the navy prides itself in that sound getting out so that's the key right so I'm sitting there and I'm almost feeling pretty good I got my eyes closed and taking a breath and I'm I'm just doing this with mixing with the rhythms of the boat and okay I'll get better and get better when all of a sudden the kid sitting at the sun machine next to me goes comes on our consular fast mover fast mover and I jolt awake the citizens of memory it's different now because I'm thinking holy cow work or getting shot later pedo someone's trying to torpedo S. you know I figured I should not have accepted become this trip you know I'm gonna die out here really yeah an executive officer comes on and says you know what something like what are you gonna lane tell me what's going on in because of noise in the front I couldn't hear everything he said he gave me direction the bearing or whatever but then he excels at how fast I heard that if you look at me and the kids have turned away from me looking up at the end they try to shut you up well you know what the kids said the XO when he went how fast he yelled out of hand like I can't believe it Sir kind of thing and then that's me saying that he didn't and I heard him plainly say several hundred not Sir yeah I was like whoa several hundred not and yet so without missing a beat is it okay log it and dog any Majid said Sir yes Sir and then he walked away yes walked away like nothing no no no I got up and went over to the XO and log it means longer of course the target means they get rid of it okay MoveOn basically so I think the XO XO I I've heard of these things before I think I can help you is there anything that within and got me and then tell your you have a good trip Sir yes I am your let's keep it that way and that's the extent of them telling me to shut up I guess but seven years later I had to do a job for the joint chiefs and I happened to ask one of the chiefs what's the fast mover programme and that she will be there now pushing the limits me tell you he didn't know you knew he didn't know I knew and I and he basically Curtis said what's that we could have said I have no clue then maybe he should've but instead he said I can't talk about the program I'm sorry and he smiled and want yes Sir I understand understood he said and I drove home from Washington DC like almost hitting cars bridge abutment because all I could think of was I can't believe it's real I can't believe changed and now with the with the ever put go public with it probably not well think about it the Nimitz incident has brought this to light from an aerial perspective hasn't right and they favor to talk about one object it was bubbling under the water and another one coming down to the surface correct could that one under water have been the type of thing that I'm talking about he so I think that there is a disclosure of sorts that the navy is willing to discuss but you know they're also doing unprecedented measures like instructing their crewmen how to report such objects in that went publicly to be I think you know it's huge story right yeah and they're saying now the navy's admitted there were that these things are real as an astronomer did you ever see anything strange out there through a telescope nothing would host but with my I've seen some really great things I've I've had weird encounters I I I me on my personal experiences the find my science a hundred percent I don't know what to do with these things I hate missing time as a kid I had a terrifying encounter with something in the shop something of my nose it turned out that it had it was removed two years later by at your nose and throat surgeon truly an implant was it some kind of employment yes he looked up there and said in his exact words my god you've got some huge up there okay and.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back mark Dantonio with us the populated universe Telecel a bit about this because you explore not only exoplanets but the possibility mark of extraterrestrial life well sure you know and and one of the things that I feel very strongly about is that the universe is predisposed to not just creating the building blocks of life but most likely creating life as well you know into the book is about exoplanets an extraterrestrial life with talks about hobby financial plans at all we'll talk about why extraterrestrial life is not something that is for science fiction anymore yeah we literally see the building blocks of life almost every look George you know what are they well you know water of course hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorous sulfur you know you know in in carbon and carbon is the most important thing for carbon based right S. carbon based beings no we also eight the number of elements the carbon can bond with in fact carbon bonds with more elements than any other element in the periodic table so it's a template provided by the universe this carbon based life so it's more than likely it's out there and other worlds even within our solar system popped a potentially like underneath the ice of Europa if the South Pole and someone is perhaps microbial deep under Mars South Pole perhaps where there's a a very large reservoir of water liquid water that's that's trapped down there so we're finding these things all over our solar system and we're also seeing water vapor and other building blocks of life around planets that are in in planning atmospheres that are circling other stars once the James Webb telescope gets up and probably see that a little better that's going to be everywhere won't say they're going to be George you know it we know now something and if it is a funny story to this when I was getting my degree in astronomy I was talking to my director there of the observatory and I said to him which is the reason the phone is maintainable because of him you know I believe it's a populated universe out there Hey look at me over his glasses and when you talk about Mr Dantonio and I said well look we're carbon based or bilaterally symmetric it's a template provided by the universe all the life here on earth that the of any substantial console your account is bilaterally symmetric for the same on the left and the right for the most part but the way we interact with our environment I think that's a template carbon based life of the template so it's not just you know it's happened I'm sure this plan itself or the sins occur any said to me get back in the observatory on the research project okay and leaf captain Kirk to us only works he was angry with you I think he was smiling but he was kind of going in another case you don't talk to me well when we finally confirmed that there was a of the first actual planet like in the late eighties I went back to him and I put my head into his office he was on the phone any any look at me covered the receiver a look in the middle it was one planet just one plan if yeah well that of course is going up but the four thousand plan would you die you consider would you consider as our astronomers scientists yeah they are sure because you know a strong received you have cosmologists and astrophysicists and astronomers astronomers tell you what it is after businesses tell you how it works and cosmologists say why does it work you know that's kind of the differentiation between the three X. sort of from a thirty thousand foot view but astronomy is a true scientific study of how the universe works and what what those things are in the night sky which is what what else guidelines team is about no that's alive observatory that looks at the sky on clear nights you know we're putting in one in Arizona right now George it's gonna allow us to have like three hundred clear ninety year well that's beautiful in the store and other that is great no Sir are you convinced that extraterrestrials exist and if they do are they visiting us I am convinced that that's happening and the reason it has to do with an impact of a fundamental tenet of this book okay based on the book of the book gives people who want to say and do say I believe there's extra skill I thought that I believe we're not alone well the book given some scientific foundations and fundamentals for why that belief is true now they can say I believe we're not alone and here's why and it gives them a reason you know foundations all the way back to that that horrible periodic table elements which you don't spend too much time and but it gives you the information give people information so they can really understand why it's not such a foreman the wife of not social science fiction thing I should say that that there's you know life in the universe it is Star Trek it's not Star Wars but it is a populated universe there is life out there and even NASA if you go back to every mission NASA's taken to Mars every single one of these missions have been for what purpose the final five in the traces of life from the past or present right and you you had an experience of an underwater UFO experience you were invited on a navy nuke submarine which is pretty darn good because that doesn't happen all the time believe me I was in the navy nine years it was even tough for me to try to do that yeah and tell me about that experience what happened you know what I can say we're what we can't say when for obvious reasons but I would do and special projects for the U. S. navy I still am but the fact of the matter was when I was invited to go in and I I've kind of said it was a ride but it really was in when I would see I got seasick okay I am a little over okay I'm not a guy that can you know right along in a sewer pipe within caps you know on the services Egypt bounced around by the waves and rocks and rolls and it just did not do me any good so while trying to recover from a sea sickness I was sitting in the stoner shack at the alliance on our machines to stop the economy from the main the bridge basically down below the commander of the control and I was trying to just zone out now subs allowed to have a lot of white noise because the navy prides itself in that sound getting out so that's the key right so I'm sitting there and I'm almost feeling pretty good I got my eyes closed and taking breasts and I'm I'm just doing this with mixing with the rhythms of the folk thing okay I'll get better and get better when all of a sudden the kid sitting at this pharmacy next to me goes comes on our consular fast mover fast mover and I joke a week seasickness is of memory it's different now because I'm thinking holy cow work or getting shot late porque pido someone's trying to torpedo at us you know I figured I should not have accepted become this trip you know I'm gonna die really yeah an executive officer comes around and says you know something like what do you currently own explain tell me what's going on in because of noise in the front I couldn't hear everything he said he gave me direction the bearing or whatever but then the excels at how fast I heard actively looking to me as a kid that had turned away from me looking up at the end they try to shut you up well you know what the kids said yet so when he when he said how fast he yelled out of hand like I can't believe it Sir kind of thing and then that's me saying that he didn't and I heard him plainly say several hundred not Sir and I was like whoa seven hundred Knox in the excel without missing a beat is that okay log it and dog at any the kid said Sir yes Sir and then he walked away yes walked away like nothing no no no I got up and went over to the XO and log it means longer course of talking means they get rid of it okay your move on basically so I said that XO XO I I've heard of these things before I think I can help you is there anything that within and got me yeah this is Antonio you have a good trip Sir yes I am your let's keep it that way and that's the extent of them telling me to shut up I guess but seven years later I had to do a job for the joint chiefs and I happened to ask one of the chiefs what's the fast mover programme and that you know I know pushing the limits me tell you he didn't know you knew he didn't know I knew and I and he basically Curtis said what's that we could have said I have no clue then maybe he should've but instead he said I can't talk about the program I'm sorry and he smiled and want yes Sir I understand understood he said and I drove home from Washington DC like almost hitting cars bridge abutment because all I could think of was I can't believe it's real I can't believe that's now with the with the ever put go public with it probably not well think about it the Nimitz incident has brought this to light from an aerial perspective hasn't right and then forever to talk about one article was bubbling under the water and another one is coming down to the surface I hate correct could that one under water have been the type of thing that I'm talking about he so I think that there is a disclosure of sorts that the navy is willing to discuss but you know they're also doing unprecedented measures like instructing the crewmen how to report such objects in that went public region yeah I think you know about this huge story right yeah and they're saying now the navy's admitted there were that these things are real as an astronomer did you ever see anything strange out there through a telescope nothing would host but with my I've seen some really great things I've I've had weird encounters I I I me on my personal experiences the find my science a hundred percent I don't know what to do with these things I hate missing time as a kid I had a terrifying encounter with something in the shop something of my nose it turned out that it had that it was removed two years later by your nose and throat surgeon truly an implant was it some kind of employment yes he looked up there and sent him his exact words my god you've got some huge up there.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Nori with you mark Dantonio with us she has got a degree in astronomy is a chief photographer video analyst for the largest aerial anomaly organization on earth he's also the host of scarred to a radio on K. G. R. A. radio is the host and creator of sky tour live stream with mark Dantonio on YouTube as well where you can go on walks of life and enjoy he is also a CEO of a fax models FX models a model making company and here he is on coast to coast mark walk home Hey George how are you I'm doing great great day people are still buying models aren't they yeah they sure are you know and we we do a lot of work for the navy so no I am I'm looking at and foot model right now local salmon shop at the moment well good for you I used to have a great collection of models when I was a kid from all those great companies yeah I I have a whole bunch on the show opening actually take parts out of them and and and use them for doing what we call kit bashing for making other things like space ships and stuff for you know television commercials or whatever it's really kind of fun how did you get interested in astronomy mark you know what George I'm gonna tell you that this is the absolute truth when I was outside his age nine I had just come out of the hospital and had a major surgery couldn't do anything so my parents bought me a telescope because I mentioned I really like the stars yeah when outside I looked up and I didn't look through the telescope that first night I distinctly remember this I looked up in the sky and I felt homesick it was amazing really yeah and never left me and and my my thought was I'm going to be an astronomer I was a nine year old and I knew I was going to be an astronomer I knew I was going to go to school for the new entrants get my degree and knew that I was never gonna turn my back on it and I didn't know what my folks got me a three inch refractor telescope when I was about your rage that marked two I loved it there and I and I went through I didn't have the surgical experience that you went through but gosh I just loved it what happened to you well you back then nine I am a congenital heart defect and they had to fix one of the valves oh gosh at nine years old it was one of nine yes so that one of fifty five I had another surgery in this time I opted for a double valve replacement because they were going to move one of myself to another location in the heart and that was the same Belsize pressures that could handle it was a special procedure but it was called a high risk high gain procedure would need to take any medication and I didn't I haven't then I'm sorry when I was thirty two that happened no one else fifty five I had a problem where I actually got an infection in both of those valves that got changed Jeez but they're human that's the thing all him part you know human donor value like you found the right donor a lot of times they give you power pig valves right yeah and there was an option because I was so active I wasn't very heavily into a tight window for you know and then doing that every other day and so I really want to maintain might might might work out schedule in the course you can understand how it say it back you know having your ribs cracked the movie it was kind of hard you know but the you know that we need that is when I was thirty two the the two thousand works great for twenty two years but then I got endocarditis which is an infection in the mouth and possibly from a dental procedure yeah I know that happens that's what killed Bobby Darin yeah right you know and it wasn't lost on me that that is that is very dangerous but during my surgery when I was fifty five you know it was supposed to be it was repaired was emergency basically because the knee infection had spread I had killed it because I was giving myself IV antibiotics every day and the infection was dead but there was still debris and damage and so there was an abscess in the pulmonary valve location it'll hold being drilled into the heart by degree and other stuff that was still there and so they had to go in and do the replacement of of those two thousand again in human cells and but unfortunately when they restarted my heart yeah some debris got away from them and then when I woke up hi I actually woke up I was in a coma I was wondering how long were you you were in a coma when you woke up you mean that's right I am when I became conscious I was in a coma and how did I know that because he said so could you see my family you know I couldn't see anything I couldn't move in I actually felt like a head in a jar I couldn't feel my body at all god what a horrible feeling well you know what it is but there's something else I can maybe look at the bright side you much better now but you know what your I can really be just my head and no body to control your George I have perfect recall of every single event in my life perfect absolutely perfect recall I remember every moment like it was right in front of me so far more than you could before this all happened way more I mean I remember obscure things that I couldn't remember there was also you know because there's nothing the doctors those wide awake during the entire comma the claim I wasn't even though I relate conversations I heard it word for word you know and I'm thinking this is what people called locked in syndrome where they're inside and they're wide awake they know something's wrong they can't get out and they can't communicate I couldn't move I couldn't talk I couldn't see so I couldn't even communicate to anyone I didn't know anyone was there I could hear that's all you do is seal I can after death experience what sort of because if you don't know or near death I don't know but I didn't I know that they are taking in a common to see if I'd live it turned out they didn't know I was going to survive I had no idea how bad it was and how bad off I was well turned out it was it was actually pretty bad and in my family was preparing for the worst money you know they were in the doctors came in I heard an apologist on my website they to my family on my right side and best we think will be a quadriplegic and blind so you should prepare yourself and I'm thinking well they're not talking about me soon moving around and taking my legs and everything in my mind and then I didn't hear a thing yeah I realized wow this this is me okay well I can deal with this I can make this work I figure out a way literally that's what I sent you know one of panic because of an experience I had during the surgery that made me realize I was going to be okay and it led to an entire a wave of feeling that I could never have imagined you know in in this would help other people do I don't know how in you know the the the process was really strange it is starts with the physical feelings now you can't move you can't see hi unisex yeah it's it sounds like you have the the bees and things like that I mean especially if you're able to still see and hear things lightly I couldn't see that's the thing I was I was actually profoundly blind when I when and when they finally took me out of the coma and I have discounted the days I thought they said we're gonna keep him in a coma for a for a week self interest self interest those of some of the worst yeah it was a medically induced coma they kept me in and they said we'll take him on after five days that is because we have to give them a chance to survive American thing I don't think anyone would be all right I was told it was gonna be fine so I don't know if you find a policy that you know will lead time mean anything to you when you were in that stage we did time mean anything to you you don't in a sense it did because I registered light and dark and I figured those are passages of day and night because it would be in the light it would turn on the lights to dim the lights and and is counted five days I counted five passages of light and dark like if you like dark so anything profoundly blind I guess I could see you know a light and dark but that was it and so they came in and said okay you guys are really one of the state for another couple days I'm like wait a minute hi this is only one part what's going on I'm thinking of and it turned out that I had just missed counted because it it turn off the light you know just for other reasons whatever it was and I thought that was a transition from day to night kind of thing I was close but no cigar so when he finally woke me up the window all the drugs I mean I could literally feel I can feel myself rising up out of wherever I was in a state and I could feel my body reconnecting now during that time does come up because they said it was a quadriplegic I said alright I have to build a circuit that's going to help doctors neck with my brain so I started building a circuit in my head mentally I worked on and worked on it for a while I would write up literally right and then save them and put them away when I got hired and let me bring the for awhile and then when I wake up I pulled back open the box so to speak right right left off and there was rain fundament everybody that saw it all but as I was coming out is there pulling me back I thought the box slipping away I thought that circuit going away I'm like no no no no we'll be back we'll be back within a week without this do not send us yeah yeah I'm not certain I got to get this out and and they set it up for me I couldn't talk of course because it was intubated and of course still couldn't see it when I rose up through this whole circus the first thing that was met with was searing burning pain everywhere welcome welcome back to planet earth mark right you've got it you've got it I had searing pain in both names the nurses were touching and moving around and we're really cuts me it's not like they're hitting you with red hot irons oh gosh and I couldn't complain because I couldn't make any noise I couldn't yeah you know I couldn't move which other way I could flinch I literally had to interest so I passed out several times in that pain no monsters but something happened where the brain again to not just accept the pain but kind of service people work with it and I was really kind of sun that my brain could actually get me past this because I figured please let me pass out this is hurting so badly you know it was the pain of what I was saying right well it turned out that is the idea and I started to get hired I would naturally fall asleep out in searing pain right body was contacting the sheets it felt like I was being slid along a rough road you know and and and it was like ripping my skin oculus is terrible you're probably saying this is worse than being you know in that coma state I really wanted to go back to that state is ninety I have perfect recall I was building a circuit I had so many things that we're doing and it was very productive they were very productive and now I felt like I'm seeing diversions everywhere I look at it getting to the version of pain here during pain there so when they when they finally the next morning the doctor came in.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nori with you mark Dantonio with us she has got a degree in astronomy is a chief photographer video analyst for the largest aerial anomaly organization on earth he's also the host of sky tour radio on K. G. R. A. radio is the host and creator of sky tour live stream with mark Dantonio on YouTube as well where you can go and watch it live and enjoy he is also a CEO of a fax models FX models a model making company and here he is on coast to coast mark Qualcomm Hey George how are you I'm doing great great day people are still buying models aren't thank yeah they sure are you know and we we do a lot of work for the navy so no I I'm I'm looking at and put model right now local salmon shop at the moment well good for you I used to have a great collection of models when I was a kid from all those great companies yeah I I have a whole bunch on the shelf and actually take parts out of them and and and use them for doing what we call kit bashing for making other things like space ships and stuff for you know television commercials or whatever it's really kind of fun how did you get interested in astronomy mark you know what George I'm gonna tell you that this is the absolute truth when I was outside is eighty nine I had just come out of the hospital and had a major surgery couldn't do anything so my parents bought me a telescope did I mention I really like the stars yup when outside I looked up and I didn't look through the telescope that first night distinctly remember this I looked up in the sky I felt homesick it was amazing really if you had never left me and and my my thought was I'm going to be an astronomer I was a nine year old and I knew I was going to be an astronomer I knew I was going to go to school for the newsletter and get my degree and knew that I was never gonna turn my back on it and I didn't hello my my folks got me a three inch refractor telescope when I was about your rage that marked two I loved it there and I and I went through I didn't have the surgical experience that you went through but gosh I just loved it what happened to you well you back then nine it's a congenital heart defect and they had to fix one of the valves oh gosh at nine years old no not yet so one of fifty five I had another surgery in this time I opted for a double valve replacement because they were gonna move one of myself to another location in the heart and it was the same Val cites the officers that could handle it was a special procedure but it was called a high risk high gain procedure would need to take any medication and I didn't I haven't then and I'm sorry when I was thirty two that happened no one else should be fine I had a problem where I actually got an infection in both of those valves it got changed Jeez but they're human that's the thing all him part you know human donor value like you found the right donor a lot of times they give you power pig valves right yeah and there was an option because I was so active I wasn't very heavily into a tight window for and in doing that every other day and so I really want to maintain might might might work out schedule in the course you can understand how it set you back you know having your ribs cracked the move was kind of hard you know but the you know that we need that is when I was thirty two that's the two thousand works great for twenty two years but then I got endocarditis which is an infection in the mouth and possibly from a dental procedure yeah I know that happens that's what killed Bobby Darin yeah I'm right you know and it wasn't lost on me that that is that is very dangerous but during my surgery when I was fifty five you know it was supposed to be it was repaired was an emergency basically because the the infection had spread I had killed it because I was giving myself IV antibiotics every day and the infection was dead but they will still be breezy and damage and so there was an abscess in the pulmonary valve location it'll hold being drilled into the heart by degree and other stuff that was still there and so they had to go in and do the replacement of of those two thousand again to human cells and but unfortunately when they restarted my heart yeah some debris got away from them and then when I woke up well I I actually woke up I was in a coma right away how long were you you were in a coma when you woke up you me that's right I am when I became conscious I was in a coma and how did I know that because the sense though could you see my family you know I couldn't see anything I couldn't move in I actually felt like a head in a jar I couldn't feel my body at all god what a horrible feeling well you know what it is but there's something else I can maybe look on the bright side too much I don't know but you know what your I had to really be just my head and no body to control in short I have perfect recall of every single event in my life absolutely perfect recall I remember every moment like it was right in front of me far more than you could before this all happened way more I mean I remember obscure things that I couldn't remember there was also you know because they listen to doctors I was wide awake during the entire comma I wasn't even though I relate conversations I heard it word for word you know and I'm thinking this is what people called locked in syndrome where they're inside and they're wide awake they know something's wrong they can't get out and they can't communicate I couldn't move I couldn't talk I couldn't see so I couldn't even communicate to anyone I didn't know anyone was there I could hear that's all you do is heal I can after death experience what sort of because it you know it'll or near death I don't know but I didn't I know that they are keeping a common to see if I'd live it turned out they didn't know I was going to survive I had no idea how bad it was and how bad off I was well turned out it was it was actually pretty bad and in my family was preparing for the worst money you know they were in the doctors came in I heard in the row just on that last night they to my family on my right side at best we think will be a quadriplegic and blind so you should prepare yourself and I'm thinking well they're not talking about me so moving around and taking my legs and everything in my mind and then I didn't hear a thing yeah I realized wow this this is me okay well I can deal with this I can make this work I figure out a way literally that's what makes sense you know one of panic because of an experience I had during the surgery that made me realize I was going to be okay and it led to an entire wave of healing that I could never have imagined you know in in this would help other people too I don't know how in you know the the the process was really strange it is starts with the physical feeling of now you can't move you can't see hi unisex yeah it's it sounds like you have the the bees and things like that I mean especially if you were able to still see and hear things why I couldn't see that's the thing I was I was actually profoundly blind when I when I when they finally took me out of the coma analysts counted the days I thought they said we're gonna keep him in a coma for a for a week self interest self interest those of some of the worst yeah it was a medically induced coma they kept me in and they said we'll take him out after five days that is because we have to give me a chance to survive I'm everything I don't think anyone would be all right I was told it was gonna be fine so I normally find a closet you normally lead time mean anything to you when you were in that stage we did time mean anything to you all right you don't in a sense it did because I registered light and dark and I figured those are passages of day and night because it would be in the light it would turn on the lights to dim the lights and I miss counted five days I counted five passages of light and dark and I could see light and dark so anything profoundly blind because they could see you know a light and dark but that was it and so they came in and said okay you guys are really doing this in the state for another couple days I'm like wait a minute I believe only one violence going on thank you and it turned out that I had just missed counted because then it turn off the light you know just for other reasons whatever it was and I thought that was a transition from day to night kind of thing I was close but no cigar so when he finally woke me up the window all the drugs I mean I could literally feel I can feel myself rising up out of wherever I was in that state and I could feel my body reconnecting now during that time does come up later they said that quadriplegic I said alright I have to build a circuit that's going to help doctors connect with my brain so I started building a circuit in my head mentally I worked on and worked on it for a while I would write up he's legally right and then save them and put them away when I got hired and let me bring for a while and then when I wake up I pulled back open the box so to speak and start right left off and there was right in front of him and every bit of it so on all three of those coming out is there pulling me back I thought the box would be the way I thought that circuit going away I'm like no no no no we'll be back we'll be back but you don't even notice you're not finished yet yeah I'm not certain I got to get this out in and they set it up for me I couldn't talk of course because it was intubated I think we're still going to see it when I rose up to this whole circus the first thing that was met with was searing burning pain everywhere welcome welcome back to planet earth mark right you've got it you've got it I had searing pain in both wins the nurses were touching and moving around and we're really touched me felt like they were hitting you with red hot irons oh gosh and I couldn't complain because I couldn't make any noise I couldn't yeah yellowing couldn't movement and which other way accomplish I literally had to interest so I passed out several times in that pain you know author but something happened where the brain again to not just accept the pain but can and Salah speaking work with it and I was really kind of sun in my brain could actually get me passes because I figured please let me pass out this is hurting so badly you know the pain of what I was saying right well.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We'll go back to coast to coast George nori with you mark Dantonio with us he is got a degree in astronomy is a chief photographer video analyst for the largest aerial anomaly organization on earth he's also the host of sky tour radio on K. G. R. A. radio is the host and creator of sky tour live stream with mark Dantonio on YouTube as well where you can go and watch it live and enjoy he is also a CEO of a fax models FX models a model making company and here he is on coast to coast mark walk home Hey George how are you I'm doing great great day people are still buying models aren't they yeah they sure are you know and we we do a lot of work for the navy so no I I'm I'm looking at and put model right now local salmon shop at the moment well good for you I used to have a great collection of models when I was a kid from all those great companies yeah I I have a whole bunch on the show opening actually take parts out of them and and and use them for doing what we call kit bashing for making other things like space ships and stuff for you know television commercials or whatever it's really kind of fun how did you get interested in astronomy mark you know what George I'm gonna tell you that this is the absolute truth when I was outside his age nine I had just come out of the hospital and had a major surgery couldn't do anything so my parents bought me a telescope and could I mentioned I really like the stars yup when outside I looked up and I didn't look through the telescope that first night distinctly remember this I looked up in the sky I felt homesick it was amazing really yeah it never left me and and my my thought was I'm going to be an astronomer I was a nine year old and I knew I was going to be an astronomer I knew I was going to go to school for the new that's right get my degree and knew that I was never gonna turn my back on it and I didn't know what my folks got me a three inch refractor telescope when I was about your rage that marked two I loved it that night and I went through I didn't have the surgical experience that you went through but the gosh I just loved it what happened to you well you back then nine I had a congenital heart defect and they had to fix one of the valves oh gosh at nine years old no not yet so that one of the fifty five I had another surgery in this time I opted for a double valve replacement because they were going to move one of myself to another location in the heart and it was the same bell cites the officers at the panel it was a special procedure but it was called a high risk high gain procedure would need to take any medication and I didn't I haven't I'm sorry when I was thirty two that happened no one else fifty five I had a problem where I actually got an infection in both of those valves that got changed Jeez but they're human that's the thing all him part you know human donor value like you found the right donor a lot of times they give you caller pig valves right yeah and there was an option but because I was so active I wasn't very heavily into a tight window for and in doing that every other day and so I really want to maintain might might might work out schedule in the course you can understand how it thank you back you know having your ribs cracked and move it up okay no hard you know but the you know that we need that is when I was thirty two that the two thousand works great for twenty two years but then I got endocarditis which is an infection in the mouth and possibly from a dental procedure yeah I know that happens that's what killed Bobby Darin yeah right you know and it wasn't lost on me that that is that is very dangerous but during my surgery when I was fifty five you know it was supposed to be it was repaired with numbers and think they could be because the knee infection had spread I had killed it because I was giving myself IV antibiotics every day and the infection was dead but there was still debris and damage and so there was an abscess in the pulmonary valve location it'll hold being drilled into the heart by degree and other stuff that was still there and so they had to go in and do the replacement of of those two thousand again in human cells and but unfortunately when they restarted my heart yeah some debris got away from them and and when I woke up well I I actually woke up I was in a coma I don't want to wait how long were you you were in a coma when you woke up you me that's right I am but when I became conscious I was in a coma and how do they know that because the sense though could you see my family no I couldn't see anything I couldn't move in I actually felt like her head in a jar I couldn't feel my body at all god what a horrible feeling well you know what it is but there's something else I can maybe I look on the bright side you might don't know but you know what your I can really be just my head and no body to control in short I have perfect recall of every single event in my life perfect absolutely perfect recall I remember every moment like it was right in front of me far more than you could before this all happened way more I mean I remember obscure thing that I couldn't remember there was also you know because they listen to doctors those wide awake during the entire comma the claim I wasn't even though I relate conversations I heard it word for word you know and I'm thinking this is what people called locked in syndrome where they're inside and they're wide awake they know something's wrong they can't get out and they can't communicate I couldn't move I couldn't talk I couldn't see so I couldn't even communicate to anyone I didn't know anyone was there I could hear that's all you do is feel like after death experience what sort of because if you don't know or near death I don't know but I didn't I know that they are keeping a common to see if I'd live as it turned out they didn't know I was going to survive I had no idea how bad it was and how bad off I was okay now that was that was actually pretty bad and in my family was preparing for the worst melania they were in the doctors came in I heard an apologist on my left side they to my family on my right side at best we think will be a quadriplegic and blind so you should prepare yourself and I'm thinking well they're not talking about me tone moving around to get my legs and everything in my mind and then I didn't hear a thing and I realized wow this this is me okay well I can deal with this I can make this work I figure out a way literally that's what I sent you know one of panic because of an experience I had during the surgery it made me realize I was going to be okay and it led to an entire a wave of feeling that I could never imagine you know in in this would help other people do I don't know how and in you know the the the process was really strange it is starts with the physical feeling of now you can't move you can't see how you gonna fix yeah it's it sounds like you have the the bees and things like that I mean especially if you were able to still see and hear things like like I couldn't see that but they I was I was actually profoundly blind when I when I when they finally took me out of the coma and I had missed counted the days I thought they said we're gonna keep him in a coma for a for a week self interest self induced those of some of the worst yeah it was a medically induced coma they took me in and they said we'll take him on after five days that is because we have to give them a chance to survive I'm saying I don't think anyone would be all right I was told it was gonna be fine so I normally find a closet you know will lead time mean anything to you when you're in that stage we did time mean anything to you you don't in a sense it did because I registered light and dark and I figured those are passages of day and night because it would be in the light it would translate to deny it and I miss counted five days I counted five passages of light and dark and I could see light and dark so anything profoundly blind they get they get the you know lighten dark but that was it and so they came in and said okay you got it we don't even have in the state for another couple days I'm like wait a minute I believe only one pilot going on thinking and it turned out that I had just missed counted because it it turn off the light you know just for other reasons whatever it was and I thought that was a transition from day to night kind of thing I was close but no cigar so when he finally woke me up the window all the drugs I mean I could literally feel I can feel myself rising up out of wherever I was in that state and I could feel my body reconnecting now during the time does come up because they said it was a quadriplegic I said alright I have to build the circuit that's going to help doctors neck with my brain so I started building a circuit in my head mentally I worked on and worked on it for a while I would write up a little right and then save them and put them away when I got hired and let me bring the profile and then when I wake up I pull it back out open the box so to speak right right left off and there was right in front of him and every bit of it so on all three of those coming out is there pulling me back I thought the box slipping away I thought that circuit going away I'm like no no no no we'll be back we'll be back but you know we can help if you're not finished yet yeah I'm not certain I got to get this out in and they said yeah let me I couldn't talk of course because it was intubated and of course still couldn't see it when I rose up to the old surface the.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Mark Dantonio announcing his retirement in a thirteen year run at the school he won big ten titles in twenty ten twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen in the NFL hundreds of thousands expected to flood downtown Kansas city today despite a predicted winter storms a triumphant chiefs bring home a Super Bowl title for the first time in fifty years I'm dejected teen all right thanks TJ check now on what's happening around the country with accu weather meteorologist dean devore Michael good morning as you look around the country we've got the the Pacific Northwest storm that's raging with rain and mountain snow and we got to Midwest storm this building with some snow and ice in places city by city we go on this Wednesday with Atlanta today getting up to about seventy degrees could be a thunderstorm in spots this afternoon Chicago cold and cloudy high thirty three you got snow in tonight into tomorrow sunny cold in Denver coal but with the sunshine only twenty nine Orlando with clouds more more give it up to about eighty two and Washington DC today rain and drizzle high forty six will keep you up to date on your local accu weather forecast on your amp have a great Wednesday all right thank you dean devore we already are having kind of a fun Wednesday it's eleven and a half before the hour now and Christina cook as an astronaut she has been on board the international space station since last spring we talked to her last June I think for a documentary we were working on in which she was having fun then and all this time later she still there she's coming down about three thirty in the morning eastern time tomorrow but one of the last thing she's doing on board is talking to us of course and she's making history she's double woman who's been in space the longest the longest duration and she's also part.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on KOMO

"Mark Dantonio announcing his retirement in a thirteen year run at the school he won big ten titles in twenty ten twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen in the NFL hundreds of thousands expected to flood downtown Kansas city today despite a predicted winter storms a triumphant chiefs bring home a Super Bowl title for the first time in fifty years I'm TJ containing all right thanks TJ check now on what's happening around the country with accu weather meteorologist dean devore Michael good morning as you look around the country we've got the the Pacific Northwest storm that's raging with rain and mountain snow and we got to Midwest storm that's building with some snow and ice in places city by city we go on this Wednesday with that landed today getting up to about seventy degrees could be a thunderstorm in spots this afternoon Chicago cold and cloudy high thirty three you got snow in tonight into tomorrow sunny cold in Denver Colbert with the sunshine only twenty nine Orlando with clouds warm more humid up to about eighty two and Washington DC today rain and drizzle high forty six will keep you up to date on your local accu weather forecast on your amp have a great Wednesday all right thank you dean devore we already are having kind of a fun Wednesday it's eleven and a half before the hour now and Christina cook as an astronaut she has been on board the international space station since last spring we talked to her last June I think for a documentary we were working on in which she was having fun then and all this time later she still there she's coming down about three thirty in the morning eastern time tomorrow one of the last thing she's doing on board is talking to us of course and he's making history she's double woman who's been in space the longest the longest duration and she's also part.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds college football mark Dantonio announcing Tuesday he's stepping down after thirteen years as the Spartans coach he says it's not connected to the lawsuit filed by the team's former recruiting director alleging violations mark what factor of any lawsuit the deposition and potential fallout from that zero for no relevance whatsoever his teams finished with identical seven six records in the last two seasons offense of struggles in order to produce points saying speaking of struggles Dantonio admitting it was struggling to be all in and there was a big part of a large part of me that was fifty fifty what to do how to do it and in the end have you fifty fifty on something you need to be over here because this job demands on percent it just does it don't know says he resets and evaluate the program each February and thought after doing so this year the time was right for him to walk away ESPN's Dan Murphy says it's not necessarily a shocker been rumors going around since since August this might be marked Antonio's last year and a big part of that has been the onslaught of off the field issues he's had to deal with and cursed levels trying to bring a lot of those the light in his lawsuit the most recent addition here's a couple recruiting violations that happened a few years ago but he also said in a filing months ago that Dantonio had ignored the warnings of to assist his assistants to bring a player ought to the team who had a history of sexual violence nat player was later charged with sexual assault and is currently serving time in prison so the timing as her first year to set certainly seems to line up that to bring some questions to light here in Tokyo will remain at Michigan state in a role as an ambassador assistant head coach Mike Trussell will lead the team in the interim and officials say they'll start the ducting a search to replace him as quickly as possible earlier on ESPN's college football live our Michael a junior and Tom Luginbill the challenging run in relationship to making a quick higher doesn't fix the problem between now and the end of tomorrow because you just you're up against it now in one of the challenges as well is there was such pressure on mark Dantonio to make staff changes G. get this feeling that internally the administration Michigan state is not going to hire from within now my trestle is gonna hopefully steer the ship in and keep the thing going in the right direction what my hope is if your Michigan state fan that whoever you do pursuing whoever you do hire is somebody that's been familiar with recruited the Midwest portion of the foot print at either another big ten school for a loop fickle to Cincinnati so this probably already an established relationship with the remaining prospects that Michigan state is targeting opening sign tomorrow to be extremely difficult working through all of this that's what the name you mention their physical former systems guy like Pat nor do the Pat fitzgerald who's been a staple in the big ten for so long and all this one but I look at this from the outside and say this is almost one of those classes were now you perceive the loss already happening because now will goes along with this we always talk about these late changes in coaching position after especially the early signing period now you're going to get kids are going to think long and hard about art how long am I going to stick around here the transfer Porter we know has been such an inviting prospect in college football as of late and really in its best form is tailor made for situations like this work certainly the good of bill the bill of good you were sold does not match what you show up with on campus alright guys let's take this big picture real quick I how good of a job is is go Joe start were right there is is that an upper echelon job or has a tie and taking a dip over the last couple seasons I think for a lot of reasons if the job that's taking a dip in certainly Michigan state as a program has had to deal with so much at that university but we're talking about it before the show work in the last few years you would have said maybe a guy like PJ flak would be a candidate but now what he's got the chance to build a Minnesota and all the resources he's going to have their time in room I'm not sure that's enough of a reason for him to leave and I think the fact that we're even having that conversation maybe speaks volumes about what Michigan state football is right now compared to what it was before when I was in back in college playing against coach Dan Tonia which was a consistent product year in and year out and identity in the big ten the total by staying on the job through January fifteenth received a four point three million dollar retention bonus for general night ESPN radio Michigan state basketball team of the five point loss to Penn state top twenty five match up on Tuesday seventy five seventy the final Penn state's fourth straight win against a ranked opponent for Michigan state they've lost consecutive games for the first time this season coach Tom Izzo I get paid a lot of money so pick your shots at me don't take don't take them on a kid who's three seven student has done more for this university than most of those people have I just despicable Timmy's and stays won three straight conference road games for the first time since joining the big ten in nineteen ninety two Twitter trolls are always out there for supporting number seven Duca sixty three fifty five win over Boston College to god's going BC forty two thirty one of the second half after they trailed by three at halftime Maryland ninth ranked third so fifty six fifty one with a record to get the five point when they're thirteen or no at home this season Auburn is seventy nine seventy six win over Arkansas to the ice through them behind.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds college football mark Dantonio announcing Tuesday he's stepping down after thirteen years as the Spartans coach he says it's not connected to the lawsuit filed by the team's former recruiting director alleging violations mark what factors in the lawsuit the deposition and potential fallout from that zero no relevance whatsoever these teams finished with identical seven six records in the last two seasons offense of struggles in order to produce points since speaking of struggle Dantonio admitting it was struggling to be all in and there was a big part of me a large part of me that was fifty fifty what to do how to do it and in the end if you're fifty fifty on something you need to be over here because this job demands on percent it just does it don't know says he resets and evaluate the program each February and thought after doing so this year the time was right for him to walk away ESPN's Dan Murphy says it's not necessarily a shocker been rumors going around since since August and this might be marked Antonio's last year and a big part of that has been the onslaught of off the field issues he's had to deal with and Chris Blackwell's trying to bring a lot of those to light in his lawsuit the most recent addition here's a couple recruiting violations that happened a few years ago but he also said in a filing months ago that Dantonio had ignored the warnings of to assist his assistants to bring a player ought to the team who had a history of sexual violence that player was later charged with sexual assault and is currently serving time in prison so the timing as per person you're just said certainly seems to line up that to bring some questions to like here in Tokyo will remain at Michigan state in a role as an ambassador assistant head coach Mike Trussell will lead the team in the interim and officials say they'll start conducting a search to replace him as quickly as possible earlier on ESPN's college football live our Michael a junior and Tom Luginbill the challenging role in relationship to making a quick higher doesn't fix the problem between now and the end of tomorrow because you just you're up against it now in one of the challenges as well is there was such pressure on mark Dantonio to make staff changes G. get this feeling that internally the administration Michigan state is not going to hire from within now my trestle is gonna hopefully steer the ship in and keep this thing going in the right direction what my hope is if your Michigan state van that whoever you do pursuing whoever you to hire is somebody that's been familiar with recruited the Midwest portion of the foot print at either another big ten school for a loop fickle to Cincinnati so this probably already an established relationship with the remaining prospects that Michigan state is targeting opening sign tomorrow can be extremely difficult working through all of this that's what the name you mention their fickle former assistants a guy like Pat nor do the Pat fitzgerald who's been a staple in the big ten for so long and all this one but I look at this from the outside and say this is almost one of those classes were now you perceive the loss already happening because now will goes along with this we always talk about these late changes in coaching positions after especially the early signing period now you're going to get kids are going to think long and hard about art how long am I going to stick around here the transom Porter we know has been such an inviting prospect in college football as of late and really in its best form is tailor made for situations like this work certainly the good of bill the bill of good you were sold does not match what you show up with on campus alright guys let's take this big picture real quick I how good of a job is is go Joe start were right there is is that an upper echelon job or has a tie and taking a dip over the last couple seasons I think for a lot of reasons if the job that's taking a dip in certainly Michigan state as a program has had to deal with so much at that university but we're talking about it before the show work in the last few years you would have said maybe a guy like PJ flak would be a candidate but now what he's got the chance to build a Minnesota and all the resources he's going to have their time in room I'm not sure that's enough of a reason for him to leave and I think the fact that we're even having that conversation maybe speaks volumes about what Michigan state football is right now compared to what it was before when I was in back in college playing against coasted Tonia which was a consistent product year in and year out and identity in the big ten it's only old by staying on the job through January fifteenth received a four point three million dollar retention bonus for general night ESPN radio Michigan state's basketball team of the five point loss to Penn state top twenty five match up on Tuesday seventy five seventy the final Penn state's fourth straight win against a ranked opponent for Michigan state they've lost consecutive games for the first time this season coach Tom Izzo I get paid a lot of money so to two shots at me don't take don't take money kid who's been a three seven student has done more for this university then most of those people had a fight I just despicable to me so and stays won three straight conference road games for the first time since joining the big ten in nineteen ninety two Twitter trolls are always out there for supporting number seven Duca sixty three fifty five win over Boston College do god's going BC forty two thirty one of the second half after they trailed by three at halftime Maryland nine Frank Terps of fifty six fifty one win over record to get the five point when they're thirteen you know at home this season Auburn is seventy nine seventy six win over Arkansas to the ice in behind the.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds college football mark Dantonio announcing Tuesday he is stepping down after thirteen years as the Spartans coach he says it's not connected to the lawsuit filed by the team's former recruiting director alleging violations mark what factor the lawsuit the deposition and potential fallout from that zero no relevance whatsoever these teams finished with identical seven six records in the last two seasons offense of struggles in order to produce points since speaking of struggles Dantonio admitting it was struggling to be all in and there was a big part of a large part of me that was fifty fifty what to do how to do it and in the end if you fifty fifty on something you need to be over here because this job demands on percent it just does it don't know says he resets and evaluate the program each February and thought after doing so this year the time was right for him to walk away ESPN's Dan Murphy says it's not necessarily a shocker been rumors going around since since August this might be marked Antonio's last year and a big part of that has been the onslaught of off the field issues he's had to deal with and cursed Blackwell's trying to bring a lot of those the light in his lawsuit the most recent addition here's a couple recruiting violations that happened a few years ago but he also said in a filing months ago that Dantonio had ignored the warnings of to assist his assistants to bring a player ought to the team who had a history of sexual violence that player was later charged with sexual assault and is currently serving time in prison so the timing as per year to set certainly seems to line up that to bring some questions to like here Tony will remain in Michigan state in a role as an ambassador assistant coach Mike Trussell will lead the team in the interim and officials say they'll start conducting a search to replace him as quickly as possible earlier on ESPN's college football live our Michael a junior and Tom look at bill the challenge in real in relationship to making a quick higher doesn't fix the problem between now and the end of tomorrow because you just you're up against it now in one of the challenges as well is there was such pressure on mark Dantonio to make staff changes so you get this feeling that internally the administration in Michigan state is not going to hire from within not my trestle is gonna hopefully steer the ship in and keep the thing going in the right direction what my hope is if your Michigan state fan that whoever you do pursuing whoever you do hire is somebody that's been familiar with recruited the Midwest portion of the foot print at either another big ten school for a loop fickle to Cincinnati so this probably already an established relationship with the remaining prospects that Michigan state is targeting opening sign tomorrow to be extremely difficult working through all this that's what the name you mention their physical former systems a guy like Pat nor do the Pat fitzgerald who's been a staple in the big ten for so long and all this one but I look at this from the outside and say this is almost one of those classes were now you perceive the loss already happening because now will goes along with this we always talk about these late changes in coaching position after especially the early signing period now you're going to get kids are going to think long and hard about art how long am I going to stick around here the transformer we know has been such an inviting prospect in college football as of late and really in its best form is tailor made for situations like this work certainly the good of bill the bill of good you were sold does not match what you show up with on campus alright guys let's take this big picture real quick I how good of a job is is go Joe start were right there is is that an upper echelon job or has a tie and taking a dip over the last couple seasons I think for a lot of reasons if the job that's taking a dip in certainly Michigan state as a program has had to deal with so much at that university but we're talking about it before the show work in the last few years you would have said maybe it got like PJ flood could be a candidate but now what he's got the chance to build a Minnesota and all the resources he's going to have their time in room I'm not sure that's enough of a reason for him to leave and I think the fact that we're even having that conversation maybe speaks volumes about what Michigan state football is right now compared to what it was before when I was in back in college playing against coach Dantonio which was a consistent product year in and year out and identity in the big ten it's only old by staying on the job through January fifteenth received a four point three million dollar retention bonus for general night ESPN radio Michigan state's basketball team of the five point loss to Penn state top twenty five match up on Tuesday seventy five seventy the final Penn state's fourth straight win against a ranked opponent for Michigan state they've lost consecutive games for the first time this season coach Tom Izzo I get paid a lot of money so take your shots at me don't take don't take him on a kid who's been a three seven student has done more for this university than most of those people have fun I just despicable me so Wednesday's won three straight conference road games for the first time since joining the big ten in nineteen ninety two Twitter trolls are always out there for supporting number seven jokers sixty three fifty five win over Boston College do god's going BC forty two thirty one of the second half after the trial by three at halftime Maryland nine Frank Terps of fifty six fifty one win over Rutgers they get five point when they're thirteen or no at home this season Auburn is seventy nine seventy six win over Arkansas to the ice through them behind the washer the goal picked up centered by Alex bench given the capitals four to one of the kings three goals in four and a half minutes fastest hat trick in his.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

"State head football coach mark Dantonio announced his retirement held a press conference here from the present center a before we sign off on the Spartan basketball pregame show we want to give you a little taste of what head coach mark Dantonio the warning is coach in Michigan state football history had to say can you give me people the fall of the wish to see to get an outstanding football coach Phil here about young people the foundation coming back on this program is one of a lot more than this loss is indicated by thirteen years of what is best for the staff to be rather fragile building new facilities on there are so many things happen here also someone who has it out to come here and a fresh start his vision for three five years my goal and my hopefully my goal for anybody who's using the coach and may be involved a little bit may not what is that they hire somebody who will the year thirteen or fourteen years and win four hundred and forty plus gave my vision for this program is for this for program to move forward in a big way it is take a step back right now we need to recognize what this place is to come in thirteen years where it said what is to come in you can push that forward elevate this programming for and I believe that they have that's again Michigan state head football coach mark Dantonio moments ago here from the present center announcing his retirement and speaking to the media the winningest coach in Michigan state football history of course the roles will champion accountable champion and making an appearance in the college football playoff appearance three time big ten champion certainly want.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mark Dantonio the miss USA football program will compete in post season play this year the green white will face an aching for Wake Forest demon New York as part of the pinstripe bowl now recently coach the spoke on the excitement of playing in New York and going up against the demon deacons you know we were going to make whatever experience we had the opportunity to make a great experience for our student athletes for our for our players so regardless which bowl game we went to we were going to embrace that and and move forward I think the main thing what makes everybody happy is when you win the bowl game yeah we've been the California put our guys on the coast and and let them walk in the into the Pacific which a lot of guys have never done that now have an option to take our football team in New York City and a lot of our guys have never been to New York City so that'll be another experience that they'll remember for the rest of their life and I think those are the type of things that when you're in these bowl games I think you have to bring that forward as well so that'll be a great experience I hear the Yankees do a tremendous job with the bowl game and has already looked at their itineraries and everything that they have laid out is very organized and looks at like it's very well run and and that they're gonna have an opportunity to some unique things or student athlete experience should be outstanding they're played against a good Wake Forest team losing four and plays extremely well the offices the ball you want to have momentum leaving leaving your season to be going like this we were able to do that ten twelve and it paid dividends to thirteen as I said before you know he's just sort of ride towards the horizon.

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WJR 760

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

"Green for an exclusive watch party with coach mark Dantonio during a twenty twenty basketball away game inside the green sweeps dot com Jason Hey you what can we mention it difficult day a disappointing day I mean there's a couple of adjectives but thirty seven thirty four Illinois gets the win against Michigan state what did you see because it was a bit of it a tale of two halves really table to have so it's a up until the last play of the first half right in that you know it's twenty eight three AM is very it's similar to the game that we saw that Michigan played against Illinois the three and Illinois found a way to climb back in that ballgame twenty five the twenty a twenty five Michigan a vigil pulls away and wins that game right but it's so we we broke this team to how we we watch a lot of film on them we look after stats inside mountain what this team is a team that relies on the turn over the big play ability they're not that consistently can't hold on to the ball they're not going to sustain drives and you can fill up the stat sheet on them we let him hang around they'll find a way to climb back into a game and then beat you L. S. records last week it was ten the ten at halftime yeah then they go off on a twenty eight unanswered points streak in the second half an hour we talked about the Michigan game Michigan then pulls away when they got the twenty eight to twenty five Michigan then scored two goals forty two points you know the score they found a way to score another two touchdowns and then put him to bed we let him hang around it's thirty one to was it ten seventeen you know what's within four to ten two scores and you know he threw a pick six and it's just the see if you could feel that moment to Michael Mann Hey you know you gotta you gotta find a way to stop the gonna find a way to score and for whatever reason if we could come up with those place when the place for me to five hundred twenty six yards of total offense that's an incredible eighty seven plays five hundred twenty six yards Illinois sixty nine place for all five of the majority those came Blake late the forty six yard touchdown play at the end of the half an eighty seven yard touchdown would think that was was that the third quarter in the third quarter the fourth that that those are those big plays we're talking about seventy play yard interception right pick six you take the death that's all they are and that is what the the Spartans today and that's a tough one you know it's one of those those when you explain your fan whatever you are when you look at these if these are hard games to dissect and and accept because you did everything right and SS will team what he thinks of things we know Jay said you were talking about this these numbers we have that just scream winning football yeah I mean think how Wisconsin fills in the one I got in the same way I mean they literally doubled up the badgers I mean the badgers double them up like almost five hundred yards of offense Dylan rice just over two hundred but the big moment came they found a way to score and that's been their magic is on this four game winning streak they've just they haven't but I bet except through records game they haven't really won many statistical battles except scoring after turnovers and beating you went turnovers that's the magic and it's working for yeah it's working form for the fantastically I mean you look at their their offense of production I mean their hundred fourteenth in total offense hundred fifty than the past hundred twenty second time of possession hundred and six in third down like this is not a team that looks like they're in and given up sex you know they're huntin fifteenth in the nation and given up sacks but they they're on a three game now for game win streak this is coming into this ball game they they're probably worse now well into your point exactly you go through some of the numbers that they really struggle that which I mean are are a lot of those statistical categories a point to winning football but their best in the country defensive touchdowns again another one today best in the country turnovers gained best in the country and forced fumbles and for more coverage second country in points off turnovers so you're absolutely right this is what they do this is how they win games that's it that's it you you you hit the nail on the head those of those hidden stats there those are the stats there by talks about you know a lot they talk about turnover margin in total defense in rushing defense and things like that but that is why I love the Smith has his team on a four game win streak and who does not only have I live the got a week off and then they got Iowa in in northwestern I don't think they can win both the Cup with a six game win streak and we'll have to see in a course the six to win of the season here today makes in Baltimore for the first time since twenty fourteen so they have something cooking there in Champaign we have a lot more covers a lot more stats to break down a lot more numbers to going to share with you all of that and much more coming up next keep it right here if you'd like to participate in today's show call eight seven seven five three five one am issue that's eight seven seven five three five one six seven eight insurance presentation.

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"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mark dantonio" Discussed on WJR 760

"Football coach, Mark dantonio Wilton and more Friday, noon to three live from Quicken Loans at one campus Martius and live on Spartans radio seven sixty WJR. From the Telugu JR weather center sixties to forties. It's a big drop to the numbers here in the mid week. Forecasts for the motor city thirty eight degrees. Our low tonight coal north tap for Wednesday behind a front that's moving on through there. A winter weather alerts up for the UP at week forty seven on Wednesday thirty five Wednesday night in cold rain showers Thursday, a high of forty nine degrees. Low sixties return on Friday from the Weather Channel, I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrie. More on news talk seven sixty WJR. Warning, the Savage Nation contains adult language, adult content, psychological nudity. Listener discretion is advised. And now, America's most exciting radio talk show, the Savage Nation home of border. Language culture. And here he is author of stopped messes Steria, Michael seven. It is the Savage Nation, shall I.

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Kirk Cousins on his first camp with the Minnesota Vikings

Dickerson & Hood

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Kirk Cousins on his first camp with the Minnesota Vikings

"ESPN radio sportscenter Steve Lennox Yankee trying to avoid being swept a doubleheader at home against the royals off to a good start in the nightcap third inning in the Bronx Yanks up to one on Casey twins and Red Sox. At Fenway today, continuing their series thanking tied up at one apiece, and the third any Phillies on a two. Run, home run fourth I res. Hoskins, against Matt Harvey, leaving the reds 2-to-1 Hoskins twenty-first on the season dodgers in Atlanta. Up early one nothing. On the Braves Yaseen off the d. l. today knocked in the dodgers run, with a sacked fly cardinals. Today at home knocked, off, the cubs six two cubs. Cardinals Sunday night baseball. Cardinals Sunday night we'll be looking for. The series sweep Kirk cousins was asked today about being in his first camp with the Vikings as he appeared on sportscenter Coaches disciplined, hard nose, old school those kind of terms come to mind when I think it'd coaches ember it's something that I like and gravitate towards I'm similarly wired and I had a coach like that in college Mark dantonio so I. Know what that's, like but they're also benefits the coach Gruden you, enjoyed having a coach who was laid back. And, gave you freedom to self. Positives, the both and, you roll with whatever the the leader wants Steelers starting guard Ramon. Foster carted off the. Field at practice today coach Mike Tomlin said foster has a lower body injury, that's being evaluated he'll update..

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NBA Coaches Association Votes Dwayne Casey as Coach of the Year

The Rich Eisen Show

02:39 min | 4 years ago

NBA Coaches Association Votes Dwayne Casey as Coach of the Year

"Can support my sponsors by going to my show page at podcast one dot com clicking on the support this podcast button and there you'll see all of my wonderful sponsors that help make this show possible so thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight news headlines right after this podcast mark stein now the new york times reporting today that the national basketball coaches association which is all coaches of the nba voting for coach of the year have named dwayne casey of the dispatched toronto raptors as the coach of the year not surprising because he might be nba coach of the year when the riders vote on it but buried deep in the story third to last paragraph the other seven coaches to receive votes from their peers were brett brown philadelphia houston's mark dantonio indiana's nate mcmillan san antonio's gregg popovich utah's quin snyder portland terry stotts and the clippers doc rivers all worthy of votegetters no brad stevens which means by the way brad stevens high class enough to not vote for himself and what gear what look i understand all these coaches deserve at least a mention a pat on the back good job all year all of them had had had interesting situations in playoff runs but not even brad stevens getting a single vote to bear saying i little bit little bit wait till you hear the last time somebody got quickly fired after winning coach of the year i've got that set for your phone calls and bob lee with his new emmy award coming up our two are you looking for a champions insight from fan's perspective into the world of sports and entertainment then checkout indicate with me nba champion bj armstrong at me sports analyst gerald brown right he'll podcast one we know the business and each week we'll chat with celebrity guests provided informed discourse on the cultural beats of the moment download new episodes of indicate every thursday on podcast one sports dot com the podcast one f or apple podcasts i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gyco i feel like a whole new person disclaimer you will not become a whole new person this is impossible you might be able to join a gym more diet program by new wardrobe get here implants dna in physical form.

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ESPN Forecast -- James Harden on his way to earning MVP honours

Rothenberg Mike'd Up

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

ESPN Forecast -- James Harden on his way to earning MVP honours

"World series because it was so recent to all that hurricane situation but it is funny that these rockets who everyone's question mark dantonio in his career even last summer everyone questioned whether chris paul and james harden could coexist obviously there are zero questions surrounding that concern and james harden's on his way earning mvp honors and they are the healthy team right now and the warriors look there's still the defending champs until someone takes them down but this is a giant curve ball game steph curry with an c l sprain in his left knee is going to be reevaluated in three weeks that's the latest according to our adrian origin hausky victoria pleasant having you here thanks for joining us under for being here thank you for having me.

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