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"mcminnville" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

13:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"He's he spent 40 days Ministering to his apostles He's he's proclaimed the things of the kingdom of God to them and he looks at them Before he ascends before the Holy Spirit comes at Pentecost and he says when you receive the Holy Spirit You will It's important right because it's a definite word. You will receive power and If you've got a special gift, you'll be my witness Is that what he says? No, he says to every Christian you will receive power and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria and to the end of the earth Right. So so evangelism is not optional for the Christian. I would say Maybe some of us grew up in a church. I grew up in a church where there was like a soul winners group and then and those guys were really serious about evangelism and a lot of times they kind of would uh, I Would I would say maybe brow beats a little bit strong on the term? But they would kind of put a lot of pressure on other people to come out and do some soul winning with them and and it would almost be like Just Really kind of hang as guilt over your head or something if you undo that number one We are all called to evangelize but it may not all look the same What we do, right? We're called to be his witnesses wherever we are So that means that you're called to be his witness at the water cooler at your job Or out on the street corner preaching like, you know, I do or Adam does or John does you know or you know at the DMV? When you're getting your license renewed you can easily hand someone a gospel tract Right. So there's all kind of ways to witness. I don't think it's super productive to try to well number one I'll say this You shouldn't have to be guilted into Witnessing. All right, because I believe the chief reasons for witnessing are Tied up in the law of Christ to love God and love your neighbor and I believe when God saves a person he bursts that love in them and I believe that he puts that spirit in us right when you receive the Holy Spirit, you will receive power Part of that power includes the ability to love God and to love our neighbor which we did not have without the spirit Okay, so if somebody's having to guilt you into Being an ambassador for Christ, which the Bible says every Christian is Then that might be something like you need to examine in your own heart you know and and I and the first thing I would do is if I had somebody having to hound me like hey you can Are you talking to anybody about Jesus or you want to come join us when we talk to people about Jesus? And I'm always like now now now and then I started to feel guilty because I'm not going Well, the first thing I might say is God. Why why don't I why why don't I want to talk to people about Jesus? And I'd ask him for to put that desire there You know sometimes yeah We look at a church, you know like in Revelation where Jesus is speaking to the churches and he he's pretty Complimentary of the church in Ephesus, but he says here's the thing I have against you is you actually have lost your first love You know, sometimes our love grows cold and we have to ask God to There's a wonderful message if you probably just Google or something or go on John MacArthur's website called Rekindling your love for Christ You know if you ever feel cold in your faith, which can happen to any one of us it's happened to me That's a great message to pick up and listen to but I would say the two chief reasons. Well number one reason overarching over all of it to glorify God and Then under that umbrella because you love God Because why we love him because he first loved us You know, sometimes we can look out there in the lost world and have a week we can get our hearts hard toward lost people I mean because I mean let's let's be honest, you know, I'm in Psalm 119 the psalmist says Hot indignation seizes me because of the wicked who forsake your law You know, I mean there is such a thing as righteous indignation But it has to be tempered with compassion for people who are blind and pitiful and and you know So a pastor friend of mine one time he he was encouraging me as I was about to go on a preaching trip and he said hey brother remember when you go out there and you preach to those people, they're they're wicked and They're evil. They're depraved and he said and also remember that they're blind and they're lost They can't see their lost condition and they're unable in and of themselves to do anything to change it so the only thing you've got is Love for your Savior love for them and the sword of the Word of God you know, so So that's why do we evangelize now? Here's the next question for you guys, why don't we evangelize Why Don't we evangelize There you go, I thought I might step on some people's too Amen yeah Mm-hmm. I think I'm sure I think that can be a definitely be a hindrance to Evangelism and I would say I would say don't go out sharing the word with known unconfessed sin Right. I mean I kind of liken that maybe a little bit to like you wouldn't approach the Lord's table With unconfessed sin right because Paul directly says you'd be eating an unworthy manner and you know Bring a curse on yourself. He tells a church in Corinth. This is why a bunch of y'all are like sick Because you're blaspheming the Lord's table Right, so I wouldn't go out necessarily if I if we have known sin in our lives that we're unrepentant of That that might be a right hindrance to evangelism. We need to ask God, you know to help us in that area But I do think also, you know, like brother Richard said we might feel unworthy But what we have to remember is, you know in first John chapter 1 he says if we confess our sins He is righteous and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness Sometimes the enemy Can can do a good job of helping us remember a sin that we've already repented of and confess You know, I mean, I don't know if any of y'all have ever experiences maybe Adam has or John has you know, sometimes Right before you go out to a you know Preach at a ballgame or preach at abortion clinic or something like that. That might be a time where he like You got snippy with your wife You know where there was some kind of tension going on with your wife like as you're trying to get out the door You know and I've been like on the way to where I was preaching and the spirit convict me and I got to call my wife and say I'm sorry and And I and I got to make it right with God and make it right with her Or I'm gonna be burdened out there. I mean that's that the spirit Convicts the world of sin righteousness and judgment, but I believe he convicts us as well Yeah, so some good answers so far Laziness can definitely be I mean apathy and laziness I mean, we're living some comfortable lives here in Western culture. Go ahead, John Yeah, I think definitely there can be a lack of training Well, this is this is a story I was going to share later, but I'll share a quick story I'm not you guys will hear me preach tomorrow. There probably won't be one story I'm not really a story guy, but sometimes I think they are applicable. So my pastor one time invited me to a Monthly and he asked me to talk about the ministry that the Lord Has has entrusted to our family and I went I talked to these brothers good brothers men of the word expository preachers You know, they checked off all the boxes that you'd want for a pastor And so when I was done speaking about this evangelism ministry Several of them said hey, could you come to our church and do like a training? You know For evangelism and I said well sure I could come and do like, you know Day long way the master training or something like what we're doing here today and stuff like that. I said but Like let me ask you guys a question Well, first of all, let me not forget most of them said things like oh, well We already did way of the master of the basic course. We did the intermediate course. We did this evangelism training We did that evangelism training. I mean these guys were good at discipling their people they were good men of God and I said so you guys have already done all that, you know I don't really know what further training I can provide you within the walls of the church. I said may I suggest Since since I'm putting forth to you guys here today that the two greatest motivations for evangelism should be love for God and love for neighbor May I suggest that it could be a series for your people that that's needed the training They might need is a series on loving God and loving their neighbor and the one and others of Scripture, you know, maybe it's a An apathy. I mean if we're we should seek first the kingdom of God and do things for the glory of God Then if we're not evangelizing, we know God is glorified in evangelism Doesn't it say that we have a lack of zeal for God's glory You know one of the petitions in the Lord's Prayer is how it would be thy name And I heard a man named John Piper preach a sermon one time this whole sermon was on lamenting that the Lord's name was not hallowed Amongst the people that he lived them up And I thought wow, man, that's that's deep You know, I mean do you ever look around? Manchester or McMinnville or Winchester or Nashville and Lament and could it bring you to tears that so many people don't hollow the Lord's name right around your own community, I Mean, that's something I'll be honest. I don't think I probably don't think of that on the average day, but I need to I need to So yes, it could be a lack of training And if that's I think there's there's there's many Fine ways out there to address that I would commend things like the way of the master to you But I suggested to these brothers that I didn't think for their people the issue was a lack of training I thought it was a lack of love But lack of training can be an issue and that might kind of dovetail into Kind of one of the things that I want to bring about not evangelizing sometimes people tell me they're afraid You know, they could have various fears, right? So I'll share with you Proverbs 29 25 the fear of man lays a snare But whoever trusts in the Lord is safe I heard one brother said he hit so he goes out to these abortion clinics and shares the gospel and pleased with women to love their children and He said, you know things had happened to him He didn't spit upon or you know, somebody threw a drink out the window I was thinking so he was encouraging other people to be out there and they said well, is it safe? And he said I don't really know how to answer that But I I thought I could help him out an old pastor friend of mine many years ago He told me the safest place to be is in the will of God My wife's heard this story and I know she knows I overheard it now, but there was someone speaking to my wife one day this is probably a couple years ago and They said something to her like aren't aren't you afraid that one day somebody's just gonna pull out a gun and shoot your husband because I spend time ministering the gospel and in a lot of Forsaken places and you know places where you know, some other people don't want to go And I'll never forget.

"mcminnville" Discussed on TNCnow

TNCnow

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on TNCnow

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"mcminnville" Discussed on Medicina em Debate

Medicina em Debate

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Medicina em Debate

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"mcminnville" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

"Owen hankins, Kanye ridgway, Sarah sensory and brandy yes. Thank you so much for participating in being on my DMRs. Dystonia team. I really, really appreciate it. DMV dystonia. That was the name of the team. In any event, today we have with us an author who began writing in March of 2020 and has produced 6 novels and a children short story since last year. She lives in saint Clair Tennessee, enjoys photography and is searching for the perfect foreign picture in the Tennessee and North Carolina areas. Our guest today is Sandra wells. Hi Sandra. Good to see you. Thank you for having me on. Sure, thank you. No problem. It's not so much of a kid's Halloween story. It's pretty out there. I don't think I wouldn't recommend a free to kids. You've written 6 books in less than two years. My book that's pretty impressive. And I've always been amazed with people who can crank stuff out like that. How do you say stay so consistently productive? Well, actually, I started writing when I was 59. I turned 59 on a bed with a friend of mine. She her father and mother, her name's Valerie bloom, we're authors. And she bet me that I couldn't write a book. So I had to take her on it. And I wrote my first book and I just haven't stopped having it's like, now every two and a half months I could turn one out. I may get tired of it and just like off here, but I'm not so far. I got everything using myself and only myself. I know that still works out good because, you know, no matter where I'm at, if I have a thought that was so promising. That was my thinking. I was going to ask you about that. Do you have any kind of writing schedule though that you keep? Are there times that you set aside specifically for writing? No, I don't have any kind of message of my madness. How some of the writers that you know, they have to have certain music playing, drinking a half a glass of wine, standing in a mug put or something with bats hanging around them or something they all kind of all stuff of her. But no less than my man is just whatever, I think it's something like, oh, well, let's put that down. Wow. That two and a half, three hours a day. I'd say. How do you keep track of the development of your plot? I can't start the book, and I'm being honest with you. I don't have a clue where it's going and it develops. It goes. And what I like you amazed me. Yeah, every time I stop writing for the day, I email it to myself. So I'll have a backup because I've always worried about that. So I've got 40 emails with the book and different stages. I'm going to end until about three quarters white through the book. I never know how I'm going to end it. This is really interesting. I mean, I've never attempted to write a novel on the cell phone. But listening to your method, that's extremely interesting. Have you ever have you ever considered writing screenplays people told me that my book clock struck midnight should be a screenplay and it's selling really well. And people really like it. It's about lady that moves the overcoat island on out of base North Carolina. And that's a bar. But I don't want to give the whole story away, but the ghost of blackbeard hawks the bar and he gives her all kind of hell and there's all kind of stuff going on. And everybody really loves the book. So they told me that what should be one, but I've never really actually sit down and try to out a straight point. No, I don't think I'd have a clue how to do it. I have a funny feeling that you would probably take to it if you studied the form because writing in chunks like that and then sending it to yourself. That seems very screenplay writing to me. Finding those moments, you know? What I mean? Yeah. Just gotta get down. It's just the way I started doing it. And I mean, I don't ever print it out or anything like that. I just, I wrap the book, and then I go back to the beginning and I go through it once more make any changes I want to, and then send it out. So who is your publisher? I have one right now it's called saint Clair publishing. He is in mcminnville, Tennessee. And his name is Stan saint Clair. And he's really does publisher. I started out with a different publisher, but that didn't work out. They made a lot of promises and had a lot of plans. They just didn't know how to make them happen. Familiar with them. Yeah, I bet you are. So and I self published my last book. I just had one scene at a time come out a month ago. And I self published that one. Now I have to ask you about that one because I noticed it was described as a comedy crime level yeah. Well, I live in a very small town in Tennessee. And there's only one stop zone. And one little baby diner in it's not even incorporated. 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"mcminnville" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Around the country. That's the lowest I paid in six months. Here in the L. A area and I went to am pm I want to actually cheap gas outside of l A. And it was still 4 55 a gallon and this and and this is where I didn't bat and I so I've been assimilated. It's like it's like invasion of the body Snatchers. Um all right, West Virginia. And I'm not gonna okay, Almost seven. I said Paul in West Virginia. Thanks for calling the weekend. Good job, Brian. Um, uh, A according to or what you were talking about. With the fires for over a quarter century. There's been experiments going on in the atmosphere that I've been watching from the Appalachians. You know that they called now and make the NGO engineering. But the major component of those powders is powdered aluminum that they've been spraying enough for 20 years or so. And I know the Pacific Northwest was a beta test bed for it. You want to stay on hold for George Noory. Can you? Can you wait around till Tuesday for coast to coast? No honestly powder aluminum, incredibly flammable east of the Rockies. Paul go ahead west of the other relations thanks for bringing up the Australian stuff. But But here's the thing. The the primary reason that the intensity of these fires out West is so intense because we've allowed a floor of matchsticks to accumulate. And then when someone When we our biggest issue in Southern California is bombs, they call them. Garcetti fires under overpasses, You know, fire naturally happens and it clears out, you know debris. We have been suppressing fire, and that's overwhelmingly the reason it's not climate change, and it's not No, I'm not disagreeing with them about that, but I live in the middle of the national forest, and we don't have fires here. But there's different reasons, but there's been a lot of die off. And I've actually sent samples and because of different trees in the forest, dying and powder aluminum has come up along with barium also also, don't forget mentioned. There have been a couple different plagues of bark beetles, which also you know which also are entirely, you know, Natural out West and No, that wouldn't bother me. Now You have me curious What atmospheric experiments. So what? What evil entity has been doing these? Well, there's uh, the actual plane. Some of them are in the late nineties came out of a company called Evergreen out of Washington. I can only say so much without out. Exactly what Well there in McMinnville, Oregon. Okay, well, anyway, you can see Bill Gates talking about one. You know, recently talking about wanting to.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"They're in McMinnville, Oregon. Okay, well, anyway, you can see Bill Gates talking about one. You know, recently talking about wanting to put aerosols up in the atmosphere to block the sun. Oh, yeah, Well, they used to refer to him as Kim trails and they didn't exist until they you know, started the mitten. Well, we have been doing some testing and things. Yeah, that was the most bizarre thing. I've ever heard him say, or he was talking about how if we can lower the earth's temperature by making an artificial, you know, because you know, volcanoes used to erupt there and there were went. There were there were periods in European history. Correct cold ice age, many ice ages, one of which went three or four years, and it was caused by volcanic eruption. It would lead to mass starvation. The whole thing you could walk on the Thames River until March because it was frozen, Consistent River. Um And this has happened in the past. But I mean, yeah, the idea and when he said that I was like, are you Are you really actually one of the world's richest man? And you want to propose somehow creating a artificial nuclear winter or volcanic winter? And I forgot whatever happened about that idea? Well, there was a bunch of scientists that Even I think his wife, diverse time His wife divorced him over that and said, Bill your your bad ass crazy. That's it. I'll take half your money. Thank you. I will suggest to that There are military applications for the the powdered metals in the upper atmosphere as far as Oh, communications radar. There's a lot of different things that can be done with a particle ized and charged atmosphere. Um, I can't. Um so all right. We'll tell you about, uh, is involved in one. Stan. Hold for George and stay by the phone. Turn your radio down when you come on. Yeah, that's always the advice. Um And if you're in your car, roll the windows up. Alright, Paul. Thanks for calling. You know, I'm fun and with you, right? Yeah, And one thing about Australia. Remember? It only took one school shooting for them to have them turn all them subjects turn all their weapons in and I know and front against when the government tells them they better be by their self. Yeah, because not everybody did. And the kind of people who you want with guns are.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Welcome back. It is the weekend. Joe PAGs has the weekend off his liberty Liberty weekend and, uh, gas. I paid 4 55 this morning for 91. And that's that and folks around the around the country. That's the lowest I paid in six months. Here in the L. A area and I went to am PM I want to actually cheap gas outside of l. A. And it was still 4 55 a gallon and that's and and this is where I didn't bat an eye, so I've been assimilated. It's like it's like invasion of the Body Snatchers. Um all right, West Virginia. And I'm not going to. Okay, Almost seven. I said Paul in West Virginia. Thanks for calling the weekend. Good job, Brian. According to or what you were talking about. With the fires for over a quarter century, there's been experiments going on in the atmosphere that I've been watching from the Appalachians. You know that they called now admit being geo engineering. With a major component of those powders is powdered aluminum that they've been spraying out for 20 years or so. And I know the Pacific Northwest was a beta test bed for it. You want to stay on hold for George Noory. Can you? Can you wait around till Tuesday for coast to coast? No honestly, Powder aluminum, incredibly flammable east of the Rockies. Paul go ahead west of the other relations. Um, thanks for bringing up the Australian stuff. But But here's the thing. The the primary reason that the intensity of these fires out West is so intense because we've allowed a floor of matchsticks to accumulate and then when someone well and we are biggest issue in Southern California is bombs, they call them. Garcetti fires Under overpasses, You know, fire naturally happens and it clears out, you know, debris. We have been suppressing fire, and that's overwhelmingly the reason it's not climate change, and it's not No, I'm not disagreeing with aluminum about that, but I live in in the middle of the national forest, and we don't have fires here. But there's different reasons, but there's been a lot of die off. And I've actually sent samples and because of different trees in the forest, Diane And powder aluminum has come up along with barium also also never get mentioned. There have been a couple different plagues of bark beetles, which also know you know, which also are entirely, you know, natural out Western What? It wouldn't bother me. Now you have me curious what atmospheric experiments. So what Evil entity has been doing these? Well, there's uh, the actual plane. Some of them are in the late nineties came out of a company called Evergreen out of Washington. I can only say so much without out Exactly what? Well, they're they're in McMinnville, Oregon. Okay, well, anyway, you can see Bill Gates talking about one. You know, recently talking about wanting to.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Hey, Welcome back. It is the weekend. Joe PAGs has the weekend off his liberty Liberty weekend and, uh, gas. I paid 4 55 this morning Bird 91. And that's that and folks around the around the country. Uh, that's the lowest I paid in six months. Here in the L. A area and I went to am PM I want to actually cheap gas outside of L A and was still 4 55 a gallon and that's and and this is where I didn't bet and I so I've been assimilated. It's like it's like invasion of the body Snatchers. Um all right, West Virginia. And I'm not going to. Okay, Almost seven. I said Paul in West Virginia. Thanks for calling the weekend. Good job, Brian. Um, uh, according to or what you were talking about with the fires for over a quarter century. There's been experiments going on in the atmosphere that I've been watching from the Appalachians. You know that they called now admit the NGO Engineering. But the major component of those powders is powdered aluminum, but they've been spray enough for 20 years or so. I know the Pacific Northwest was a beta test bed for it. Do you want to stay on hold for George Murray? Can you? Can you wait around till Tuesday for coast to coast? No honestly, powder Aluminum's incredibly flammable east of the Rockies. Paul go ahead west of the Appalachians. Thanks for bringing up the Australian stuff. But But here's the thing. The the primary reason that the intensity of these fires out West is so intense because we've allowed a floor of matchsticks to accumulate. And then when someone When we our biggest issue in Southern California is bombs, they call them. Garcetti fires under overpasses, You know, fire naturally happens and it clears out, you know debris. We have been suppressing fire, and that's overwhelmingly the reason it's not climate change, and it's not No, I'm not disagreeing with you about that, but I live in the middle of the national forest, and we don't have fires here. But there's different reasons, but there's been a lot of die off. And I've actually sent samples and because of different trees in the forest, dying and powder aluminum has come up along with barium also also never get mentioned. There have been a couple different plagues of bark beetles, which also know you know, which also are entirely, you know, Natural out West and No, that wouldn't bother me. Now You have me curious what atmospheric experiments. So what Evil entity has been doing these? Well, there's uh, the actual plane. Some of them are in the late nineties came out of a company called Evergreen out of Washington. I can only say so much without out exactly what well there in McMinnville, Oregon. Okay, well, anyway, you can see Bill Gates talking about one. You know, recently talking about wanting to put aerosols up in the atmosphere to block the sun. Oh, yeah, Well, they used to refer to him as cam trails and they didn't exist until they you know, started the mitten. Well, we have been.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"This is the best deal offered right now, head to headspace., today. 321 and we're back in today is what is today 26th this Monday and what day to Monday? It is this confusing. We are coming up on week for I think week four in the road about three and half somewhere in there. Yeah, we're we're starting to look at too, aren't we? Well you haven't shaved yet today. So, all right, one of those trips then we are passing through. I know we're supposed Oregon McMinnville Oregon right now, which is kind of in the North Western area towards the western coast. And we're going to go to an aviation museum today, which should be interesting for a little bit. Then we're going to head towards the coast and drive towards redwoods, but we'll make it a little bit more than halfway there towards the destination city for those who are falling along or whatever. Yes, there and. And I believe Bandon Oregon or wage is on the coast. Okay, good. Yeah. And we're going to be taking pictures and what not on Instagram and if you guys want to follow us on our sojourn here, it's certainly more than a trip. More than a vacation. It's a sojourn indeed, and we spent some time. Really great time in the Bellevue Washington area. That's right before we came here and visited with some really wonderful family that we know from Puerto Rico, actually. Yeah, which is kind of interesting but seeing her was maybe ten minutes away from my longtime childhood friend that also lives in Bellevue like, literally almost the same neighborhood. I would say. And down the street, from New Jersey them apparently lives. Bill Gates. Yeah, well, that's kind of an interesting way. So, ridiculous, sort of a state made small country, it's amazing, what a great place. Bellevue is really beautiful, and we are so worth mentioning, we are at Cindy Cindy's going stream. Last name is angstrom, Eric angstroms Viking. Wake. Actually my friend Cindy's husband passed away fairly suddenly back in December. Of course that was during covid-19. Lots of Microsoft friends. Of course, Microsoft is based here and it was an interesting group of people and I thought it was really a lovely celebration of his life. It was I was really happy and blessed that we were able to share them with her you know it's fun. You and I being so far out of place considering the fact that it was blah blah. And the guys, these Rog Microsoft employee or Microsoft Executives from the nineties, a couple of which I sort of recognized their names. Yeah, but these guys were all in some gals to obviously were all just absolute Heavy Hitters and we're celebrating Eric's life and like Julie said, I think it was him and two other guys basically started the Xbox if she sort of a off the books project. Yes, whole bunch of other stuff. But I think that's what he's most known for right because Microsoft, prior to the Xbox had nothing to do with gaming, really, they're just basically corporate software type things off..

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"mcminnville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Did you know that Bulldog and even Joe who's not here today? We're both huge Matthew Stafford fans, like Do you know them well enough because I did not know that. Did not know Bulldog well enough to know that before yesterday here, I knew that Joe Joe has always been a Matthew Stafford fan. I know that. I don't think I've known Bulldogs a huge Matthew Stafford fan. I'm in SEC guys sell, so I used to watch those those You know the burn Lundquist Saturday built by Home Depot and Stafford at Georgia, like I really liked him at Georgia. And so, you know, number one pick goes to Detroit. Like I've been sort of room for him and I'm I'm excited that he has escaped Detroit because I think he's really good and has a chance to show that now because he got out from under, you know, just one of the worst run franchises in the history of the NFL, the world. You know, so I like he also, he also he also looks like or did for a long time. He and one of my favorite singer songwriters, Jason Isbell, They looked like twins for awhile. Isabel has changed his appearance quite a bit, so that doesn't hold anymore. But for a good few years there when you spell was first getting popular, he and Matthew Stafford books like Twins, and that always sort of that appealed to me, but that's not why I like to initial Wow. Well, you know, did you know Bulldog that Mike Shop is a huge Drew Stafford fan. You know, I was for a minute. I was firm. I like him a lot. Yeah, it was for a minute. Okay. Got harder. Yeah, I I felt like Stafford was one of those guys that Just he probably got at least for awhile, got more criticism than he deserved, like. That's probably right. Who is he supposed to be right out of the good players on that team felt the wrath of the fans because the team fell apart and it wasn't their fault. Like, you know, you're left here to pick up the pieces after jury and Briere leave, and I think we were all really hard on Lot of those guys. He was a mid first round pick who was a decent goal scorer in the NHL for kind of a long time. For some, I mean, he played for a long time anyway, wasn't always That go to the goal scorer. But you know that's not way off for what you should expect or want from that kind of a draft pick, you know. So who is he supposed to be? He was supposed to be Tougher and just I don't know. I don't know. I never thought I was a huge fan. But maybe you're just kidding. I'm looking at his, um, hockey reference page right now. His rookie season, He finished 13 and the Calder Trophy voting 13th. Okay? Um, had he had a pretty nice start to his career. But that might be part of it. By the way you have, You know, people see you. Oh, yes, Guy can score some goals. And then you have, like, maybe higher expectations as you go on the all time Stafford is definitely Susan Stafford, who was Vanna Before Vanna on wheel of fortune. You'd have to go. You have to go that route. Bulldog with the home Depot. Uh, like that, Just that was money. Well spent. Yes, I know. It's right. I'm sure they think so. Because they got this mention. Right? Yes, it paid off for them. I was there today. I have very good success. I am I I am simpatico. I think with, uh, It's like the people who work there. Sometimes they have it. I like Feel confident that if I go up to somebody at the Home Depot and ask them a question, they're just going to answer it and be friendly about it. I like that. I'm comfortable doing that. I like that interaction. I have a good street going. With them. All right, I I feel we should let sale. Get on an airplane here. Always want to see how long this would go before Sal just said I've got to leave because I know it's an old school type. Yeah, I'm all good. I'm just connect the 6 2007 called her race. You want to guess who want that? I don't have. I don't know at all. Well, you know what happened to Stanford mostly is he got paid. He got. He got four years 16 million or something for four million a year, and there was a debate about whether it was worth it. And that was the end of that was at the end of it. So Josh Allen, beware. Yeah. Now that Stanford was ever as popular is is Josh is But you know what I'm saying. Watch out, talked about it a lot like it changes everything. The money changes everything for the fans. Interesting. Evgeni Malkin won it that year, guys and I am off to see the spruce goose. You know what the Spruce Goose is right? I don't think I do. I do not. I'm sorry. Do I have to do this again? Sell? Oh, my gosh. Really? Don't wait, wait. Wow. Okay. I am really surprised here. But yes, go right ahead. Tell them exactly what the Spruce goose is Corey Griswald. It's a social studies teacher. It's a big fat airplane is exactly what it is. It's an airplane that was too fat to fly. Built in the 19 thirties by Howard Hughes. Somebody dared him that he couldn't build that airplane and that it wouldn't fly. He called him on it. He built it with his own money, and it got Exactly four FT. Off the ground for about 100 ft. And that's as far as it went in as high as if this were me, Sal, I would take a different plane. No, I'm not taking the plane, Mike. Just so, you know, Thank you. Though it is located in a museum in McMinnville, Oregon, which is where my brother happens to live. All right. It would be a great house to movie. It's probably a big museum. There's a plane in. Is it outdoors? Is it sitting in the water can't go anywhere else. No, no, You can see it, though. It's there's a there's a glass and it's in glass. You can see it as you ride by. You have to go inside the museum to actually see the plane, though. Have a great time. Thanks, guys. Thanks for this sale sells sells appearance. Uh, even this one about the screw school is brought to you by New York's only outlet liquor. When you need to stock up, it's the place to buy a case..

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"mcminnville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Fall. But I'm not like super super super confident that it's going to go in. I'm like 70% confident that they move them. And then there's like 30%. Being in the back room. I had this like, Well, maybe they don't. They don't have to. So I'm definitely expecting that. They're going to trade Jack Eichel, but I won't be like My Fox won't be knocked off if they decide to keep him. I think it's going to be crazy offseason, but I don't think it's gonna you know, like I think there's going to be something that happens. That surprises mate. The thing that surprises me might be that they decide to keep either Michael or Reinhardt. I don't think they're going to keep both, but I think there's a chance to keep one of them. Okay. First of all, you've never missed a four ft putt that I've ever seen. I have lots of them. Second of all you maybe 70 30 on that four ft putt, But everybody watching you is probably 90 10 on you when you're putting from four ft out, So I think that's the way this actually looks right now, which is like it seems like everybody around us. And talking to us outside of Buffalo is like, Oh, he's totally getting traded. But every time I talk to you, and I'm in the same boat, man, I agree with you, which is I don't know. I keep coming back to. Well, it does complicate with the with the surgery, and you know you're Greg Wyshynski was on with bulldog in me last week, and he said there are teams around illegal lot of them that I agree with the Sabres about the surgery, so that kind of gives them pause about making a deal. Even I think That if you get a real, it's okay to make the deal if you still lose a little bit, because I think that that's just kind of where this is gone, But I look at all the teams that have been rumored to be interested in Eichel and I look at The Anaheim Ducks, for example, like they've got the third overall pick. They've got some really young, talented prospects. They've got some players who could be captain that could ultimately help the Sabres for the next couple years. And I look at deals like that, and I sit there and I wonder like Are the Sabres in that much better of a position if they accept this deal, and I go back and forth on it, So I do think that it's probably going to happen, and I think saber friends probably realized that just because the relationship is severed, but I'm also kind of in the boat that's like Kevin Adams doesn't have to trade Doesn't have to do it. So if he doesn't get a deal that he loved, he shouldn't move him. So I think that's kind of where this is, and I think that's why it's okay for Kevin Adams be asking for a lot, and I think that's why it's OK for him to be patient because The end of the day. If you don't get a deal that you love Hopefully you get a somewhat healthy Jack Eichel next year, and maybe you move them next year Or maybe the relationship is fixed, and we just moved forward here. So It's a really interesting things. I don't I'm on vacation next week, So I'm kind of assuming that's going to happen next week, because that's just how things work, but But, you know, I'm kind of walking on eggshells here here. Yeah, I am too. We leave tonight actually got to Oregon, Where you going? Charleston, South. I've never been so I'm excited. It's going to be like a million degrees. So I'm going to try and stay in the air conditioning as much as humanly possible, but heard like there's really good food where nori organ gone. We're going. My brother lives in McMinnville. It's about an hour and a half south of Portland. It's we have this discussion yesterday. Don't know if you know you know what the Spruce Goose is The Howard Hughes plane. Ever hear of it. Just spruce goose. Um, it's where it is. It's in a museum there, but that's where he lives in McMinnville, McMinnville, Oregon, and we'll be there so we'll head up to Portland. Last time we're there, we went up. We spent some time in Seattle, which is like a 34 hour drive, which was really cool, but it's really nice. And you've seen the movie The Goonies, right? Oh, of course. Yeah. At the very end when the pirate ship is going out, and the rocks are right there like he lives near there. We've gone out and I've stood right there looking at that exact spot where the pirate ship is going past the rocks..

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"mcminnville" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

Around the House with Eric G®

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

"Where were the first. Ufo cited not new mexico. Nope they were cited over washington state. Kenneth arnold was flying his plane over mount ranier and he saw these nine chevron type looking things flying towards mount mount atoms. And it's like okay. Figure that one out. And then murray island the maury island affair where you know they see these. Ufo's over maury island eject trump dropping when the slag onto these boats. And it's like so these were the first You look at the trent ufo mcminnville. Yeah these were all unimpeachable stories about. Ufo's and and ban roswell happens if for some reason roswell gets all the credit roswell gets everything else but see this makes you wonder about when the technology was discovered and whether or not the technology and there's always that that that rumor that the nazis had the technology long before we did and then after world war two post world war two when the nazis came over in project paper clip Did they gave that information to our people and they basically filtered in through the the airline companies. They filtered in through a different companies. That create these supersonic weapons and aircraft. And so this has been going on post world war two love that has. I'll be honest. I think it has. Because when i grew up in the tri cities and eastern washington. My dad was working for you. Know out in the federal building there at the for the department aji. We had a lot of kids in school. where they were first generation their parents came from eastern bloc countries. Sure i mean. We're still dead in the middle of the cold war right. But they were all eastern bloc countries whatever and their parents all worked out at the right hand for nuclear as run of on in the nineteen forties but he was working whitesands. He was working in georgia alabama l. these areas but he was in white sands Around the time of the roswell crash yep and so you have to ask yourself. Was that alien technology handed over to the nazis. The nazis had that information and so they got their share. We got our share of nazi scientists. The russians got their share of nazi scientists by nineteen forty seven. When roswell happen were they testing these these aircraft over washington and oregon where they testing them in new mexico and did that thing to crash. There was alien technology but it was crashed out there near roswell because they were trying to get it to go into the.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on KCRW

"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Elsa Chang. It's Memorial Day weekend and as vaccinations make it safer to leave the house. It's a great chance to get back out there and socialize and, you know, maybe even date now over the past year for a lot of people dating has stayed online. And AH, naps smoke because it was the only option. That's true. Milligan and McMinnville, Oregon, one of a handful of brave daters we spoke to about how it's going now. And how they made it through the past year, he says. It was definitely an adjustment period. He wasn't much of a texter before the pandemic, for example, but he learned fast and now I'm using emojis. I guess if you can call it a skill, I've improved my communication skills over over the dating app so over the pandemic, which is an interesting side effect. Nate Rogie in Leesburg, Virginia. Also, really like the time and money saving function of video dates he got to talk to match is face to face without a commute. That was awesome, because you know it's their first dates like you don't really know how they're going to go, and you could have just spent three hours for nothing. With more and more people vaccinated. There's going to be less of an excuse to date from home. Definitely seems like more people are getting out there. They're just like sort of this awakening out of the hibernation. You know, it's time to actually meet up in person. If you're fully immunized, the health risks are very low. But for some people, the barrier is more emotional. I just went on a date yesterday from a heating up and I felt like it went pretty well. But at some points, there was like clothes in the conversation. I relate Tammy in San Diego, who is using her first name only for privacy reasons, she says her transition back to in person dating has been an awkward one. Pandemic. When I was seeing people much more regularly, I would be able to, you know, bring up another type of conversation quickly. But my mind isn't like firing on all cylinders as quickly as it used to. So I definitely think it'll take some time for me to be able to socialize as well as I was before. So even though the desire to connect in person is there, the confidence might not be after a year of solitude and distancing. There's still a little bit of hesitancy about just, you know, moving off line and throwing caution to the wind. Mona Hoffman is a dating coach for the match making site. OK, Cupid. The fear of dating is real. And I never want to dismiss that not being Practiced. Not feeling like you're in your best skin and able to put your best foot forward right now because we have been so isolated, she says. If you're feeling anxious, know that you are not alone. You have to remember that everybody else is in the same boat Dating really is a learned skill It's like and it's like riding a bike. So once you get back out there and you start having conversations and feeling the butterflies again. And making real connections. It will feel more familiar, but you just have to start. And awkward is good, Hoffman says. It's human. We've all been through the same thing this year. Just go for it and know that everybody else is relearning along with you. Even before the pandemic dating and romance have come with risks, rejection, intimacy and, of course, meeting scary relatives. I can definitely relate to that one. So, yeah, it can be tempting to skip the whole process altogether. Besides, there is nothing wrong with being single. Take it from me..

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"mcminnville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Elsa Chang. It's Memorial Day weekend and as vaccinations make it safer to leave the house. It's a great chance to get back out there and socialize and, you know, maybe even date now over the past year for a lot of people dating has stayed online. And AH, naps smoke because it was the only option. That's true. Milligan and McMinnville, Oregon, one of a handful of brave daters we spoke to about how it's going now. And how they made it through the past year, he says. It was definitely an adjustment period. He wasn't much of a texter before the pandemic, for example, but he learned fast and now I'm using emojis. I guess if you can call it a skill, I've improved my communication skills over over the dating app so over the pandemic, which is an interesting side effect. Nate Rogie in Leesburg, Virginia. Also, really like the time and money saving function of video dates he got to talk to match is face to face without a commute. That was awesome, because you know it's their first dates like you don't really know how they're going to go, and you could have just spent three hours for nothing. With more and more people vaccinated. There's going to be less of an excuse to date from home. Definitely seems like more people are getting out there. There's like sort of this awakening out of the hibernation. You know, it's time to actually meet up in person. If you're fully immunized, the health risks are very low. But for some people, the barrier is more emotional. I just went on a date yesterday from a heating up and I felt like it went pretty well. But at some points, there was like clothes in the conversation. I relate tanning in San Diego who is using her first name only for privacy reasons, she says her transition back to in person dating has been an awkward one. Pandemic. When I was seeing people much more regularly, I would be able to, you know, bring up another type of conversation quickly. But my mind isn't like firing on all cylinders as quickly as it used to. So I definitely think it'll take some time for me to be able to socialize as well as I was before. So even though the desire to connect in person is there, the confidence might not be after a year of solitude and distancing. There's still a little bit of hesitancy about just, you know, moving off line and throwing caution to the wind. Mona Hoffman is a dating coach for the match making site. OK, Cupid. The fear of dating is real. And I never want to dismiss that not being Practiced. Not feeling like you're in your bust skin and able to put your best foot forward right now because we have been so isolated, she says. If you're feeling anxious, know that you are not alone. You have to remember that everybody else is in the same boat Dating really is a learned skill It's like and it's like riding a bike. So once you get back out there and you start having conversations and feeling the butterflies again and making real connections, it will feel more familiar, but you just have to start. And awkward is good, Hoffman says. It's human. We've all been through the same thing this year. Just go for it and know that everybody else is relearning along with you. Even before the pandemic dating and romance have come with risks, rejection, intimacy and, of course, meeting scary relatives. I can definitely relate to that one. So, yeah, it can be tempting to skip the whole process altogether. Besides, there is.

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Beverly Cleary, Bestselling Author of ‘Ramona the Pest,’ Dies at 104

KUOW Newsroom

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Beverly Cleary, Bestselling Author of ‘Ramona the Pest,’ Dies at 104

"Beverly cleary the author of portland based children's classics like ramona. The pest in henry and beezus has died at one hundred four years of age christian foden pencil reports. She was born beverly at lebron and mcminnville and spent her earlier on the family farm. Clueless mother set up a library where the youngster learned to love books then. The family moved to the hollywood district portland which he used as the setting for so many of forty books at an interview for one hundred birthday four years ago clearly says she always wanted to be a writer so she went to college to moss's in librarian ship then found work because children's room librarian in yakima washington. That's where i learned to write for children standing up and telling the story. I didn't read the story. I told her books of tens of millions of copies and been translated into twenty thousand nine different

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"mcminnville" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Well is about far more than President Trump. It is about silencing and banning the speech. The majority does not agree with the impeachment trial will resume tomorrow at 10 A.m.. Alex appreciate ABC NEWS Washington The Pentagon increasing the number of military medical troops being deployed to help it. FEMA's mass covert 19 vaccination sites to 4700. His new guidance to help get more kids back to school. I want to underscore that the safest way to open schools is to ensure that there is as little disease as possible in the community, CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky outlining the new guidance along with the Department of Education. It relies on four color coded zones, which are based on the rate off Covad spread. In the community stocks ended a week of wobbly trading, closing modestly higher. The Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P L in positive territory. You're listening to ABC News. Our time story. This weather weather event will get worse before it gets better. 11, Auntie Katie excess, Gail Cunningham says the National Weather Service now has a nice store morning up for the Central Willamette Valley until noon tomorrow, Heads up if you live in or around Salem, Dallas or McMinnville, forecasters say, Expect to see a mix of snow, sleet. Freezing rain today, there could be an interest so of snow in some places, then freezing rain could code everything with nearly an inch of ice. The heaviest of it could fall tonight into Saturday morning. So expect extensive tree damage and power outages. Travel will be all but impossible. Forecasters say. Don't even try unless it's absolutely necessary until the temperature warms above freezing on Saturday. Steve course. And with PG says all of their crews will be ready to respond to the outage is expected from the ice Storm crew. They're going to be moving as quickly a state he allows to get power back on for for everyone. If your power goes out, you should report it online or over the phone to your utility. You shall so charge batteries and have flashlights ready. Mostly empty offices are closed today in the Portland area. Salem McMinnville, Woodburn, Corvallis and Albany. He should check the D M V website to see whether your office is closed. The Oregon Zoo is closed today. Spike in covert 19 related deaths in Oregon 38 new deaths reported today. Along with 517 new confirmed cases 202 people are hospitalized, which is seven less than yesterday. There have been 2094 deaths in Oregon since the pandemic began. Four people in Oregon will fully vaccinated against Cove in 19, but still got the virus. They're called breakthrough cases, and state health officer Dr Dean Styling. Her says the vaccine help reduce the severity of the infection. Individuals has ranged from no scent of the Come, I'll tiptoe. Two of the people were in Lane County, too, and Yamhill County genetic testing is underway to determine how they got the virus. I'm Brad Ford News Radio 11 90 K X Aggressive presents an interview with your upstairs neighbor. Hi, I'm Tia, The upstairs downstairs Neighbor Dynamic is so special. We have our own language. Like when I screamed at my mom on the phone, the people downstairs being on the.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"An inside yet. The city of close the door and then just like kind of kind of turned everyone else. Well i mean we need to deal with it deal. I guess you could detect magic until that. Some of the paints on that table were magical. Some of them paints are magical at serum lock Can with energy as well but it seems really powerful doesn't really matter. I mean we need to deal with it because it is dangerous. It seems traffic. Or maybe not prophetic but it knows things could be read in our minds. At the soon as i opened the door that i had the mask again. Dangerous increase should do something but we can check other room and hall and if it sees if nothing else here we can deal with that. But i think we should leave it. Be for now and then come back. So we don't get ambushed okay. So we're checking the other rooms and then putting them to rest. That's what i want to do. I second i mean. I'm fine with that. So i guess we'll slink up to the next Said this this set of double doors That goes into the next room leaving painting that knows about us. Don't love it. That's the most disturbing part. Is it knows that's the part that i don't like about that. Are you all going up to the next door. Well i thought and then we followed. I think i'm gonna sneak up first. Okay so good. Mcminnville still throw for such a role a fifteen which gets me thirty. Three sicher use link your way ford. Make your way up to the door. Suppose pressure against it. Go and make me perceptual. might not. that's what we're here for right. Rolling of dice threatened really fourteen for thirty use. Link your way forward crops down almost like lay down on the floor. Sensors this crack underneath it. That flickering light of the silver fires coming out from underneath from the chamber where you met. Bela when you first came through here you hear voices. Not the voices of the gear to believe lou but the muffled voices of masked men sicher just looks over and then does emotion in front of her face like masks. Yeah let's get them. You think half dozen maybe more kinda does the sign in six fingers space underneath that door. Can you see enough to get line of like throw a fireball. Beat under that door while we don't know maybe they have some gear per imprisoned in their. You know let's get. You've seen no sign of conflict. It's almost as the blue just left. It's almost like you walked in and said by the way guys. The jig is up and they said okay and then left after you just camp for half a day. Maybe the cultist came after them. In their lightweight they left because saharan to become into becoming through bella tonight and after we said we were going to deal with it. She didn't so maybe either succeeded or the all died but they never came back. So yeah yeah. I guess i guess studios slink up next to the door so we can get ready for a dramatic entrance and fighting. More people that explode chica grips her. Mace is ready. Hollis quietly like cast echo location on herself and is ready idea. Way way way why does holocene visibility and oh echo-location because the blindness got it. Okay so suppose you make your way forward. Yep go give me a thrill for anyone moving up. Yep dan girl the two for thirteen. I rolled a ten for thirteen. I roll fi for thirteen narmer roles. That's true is just way now. Narmer six for a twenty nine citra notices all of you guys not being stealthy and reaches interior handy haversack and drinks a potion of invisibility. That's i'm a big fan of it to be honest surges. I've agean doesn't even turn to look away. She just kind of sit there and you just see you're like you know a little twitch in her shoulders every step that you take forward as she just reaches down pulls out thing drinks. It slides the glass vile back away fades from. She's like y'all are not ruining. My sneaker towels approves house can still see her yeah. Sudi looks over at empty space. Masika gives a sums up his fingers for the other countdown shoving open the door. You push through the store into the large chamber light floods past all of you as you do so as it opens into the room with a silver bonfire burning bright within its rectangular pit in the center of the chamber. You feel the heat.

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"mcminnville" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"mcminnville" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of the night to the airport departure lounge and then delivered the pink slip of tar sauna non grata and deported from egypt. On the orders of the said president hosni mubarak just a few months later. I was welcome back literally by a brass band. I'm not making up. A brass band was assembled at the of the aircraft steps to welcome me back but sadly everything changed but everything is still the same and the military are still in control in egypt now in this week in nineteen forty five allied warplanes begun these saturation bombing of the german city of dresden this resulted in a firestorm which killed at least twenty two thousand civilians now when he was a. Us prisoner of war held in captivity in nazi germany. The author kurt vonnegut survived the bombing of dresden by hiding in the meat. Locker of a slaughterhouse. It inspired his novel. Slaughterhouse five which is quite a novel. Let me tell you. Hundreds of iraqi civilians were killed and wounded in a civilian shelter in baghdad. By american bombers the final death toll was three hundred and fourteen including one hundred and thirty children after one of the smart bombs exploded stupidly in the middle of the largest upstairs room and the other blew up and blocked a ventilation shaft. This was in one thousand nine hundred ninety one on the eve of the gulf war. Another war was to follow of course on a little over a decade later leading northern irish solicitor pat finucane. Were shot dead at his home. In north belfast. In one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The killers burst in. He was eating his sunday dinner with his wife and three children. One of them now. A member of parliament a loyalist assassin called ken. Bharat confessed during his trial at belfast crown court in september. Two thousand and four. He was sentenced to twenty two years in prison but he was released in. May of two thousand six under the terms of the good friday agreement but he was not the only killer of and the family continued demand a public inquiry into who the other killers work in one thousand nine hundred seventy five under the new labour government. Of how wilson. British miners leaders agreed to accept the call balls latest pay offer of up to thirty five percent. The leader responsible for the union's triumph for more responsible than the actual leader. Joe gormley at the time was a man called or scargill. It was a lesson not lost on margaret thatcher who as prime minister in nineteen eighty-four crushed a long strike and destroyed the coalfields communities and finally my former next door neighbor. Not making this up. The so called party planner. Cynthia payne was acquitted of nine. Charges of controlling. prostitutes are home in south west london. She used to be such a nice old lady leaning over the hedge between our two guests chatting away to me you would never have thought butter. Wouldn't melt in our mouth. Perhaps i shouldn't go further with that. Metaphor she was a hookah and the house. Next door was ramble. Easier autophagy. Well probably not the right one because so polite well the patrons the each given a dinner ticket little dinner ticket that they could redeem the various rooms of the house. I'm not making this up. Cynthia pig was my next door neighbor. That's it. I'm other fascinating. turbulent seven days in our history. That was the week that was. Let's take some calls. Dj mcminnville dj denver. Where are you dj. Well in salem oregon mr galloway the capital of the state of oregon. Now salem yes yes it is. And it's an honor to hear your voice again. It's been a heck of a year here in the states with covert and as long as is. Yeah yes and actually it was a former roommate of one of your former constituents actually and he talked about you quite often. Wow oh yes well. His name's dakota. Perhaps i don't know if that speaks to this is yes yes Mr galloway my question. And i was hoping i could get your view on this. Earth is president biton stopping the intelligence briefings for president trump. No i guess the old saying is you know. Love them or hate them. Demand was president and he did have several views or input foreign policy or domestic policy. What heavy during his administration. The president i guess you could call that. Joe biden that that trump was erratic both during his presidency and now after he cannot be trusted with state secrets. I wanted to hear your view. Mr galloway surf. I could do you think what biden is doing by. Stripping trump of intelligence briefings is foolish. Is it absolutely stupid or any..

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War of the Worlds: A Wave of Halloween Hysteria

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:56 min | 3 years ago

War of the Worlds: A Wave of Halloween Hysteria

"We're going to look back eighty-two years. Why because it's almost Halloween eighty-two years ago people America woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. The date was October 30th 1938 the radio show was Orson Welles Mercury on the error version of HG Wells War of the Worlds now in 1938 war was brewing Germany invaded Austria. And Japan was strongly along with the Invader prior to World War II. It was forecasted Britain would suffer night are bombing attacks causing large numbers of Civilian casualties in Mass Destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation and targeting would be more difficult if man-made lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as July 1938 American citizens were off. To practice lights out beginning at dusk. It would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty-nine fear across the country as rumors spread about coming to the aid of our British allies should War break out but the sounds of war that came over the radio that October 30th 1938 were not from Europe but from Mars Choice a live broadcast Across America 5 p.m. In the west which would have made it about 8 p.m. Eastern time meant that there was no time to warn the West Palm about what was to come a wave of Hysteria that swept across United States at night before Halloween has risked realistic radio dramatization reached all the way to Portland, Oregon 2500 miles from the scene of the fictional Invasion. The telephone switchboard of The Oregonian newspaper in Portland was swamped by hundreds of excited dog. As people rushed into the business office of the newspaper demanding information hundreds of calls were made to the Portland Police most wanting to know what protection the city could off and what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the Pacific coast doctors reported cases of women fainting a mandamus reported to a loaded his family into a car and driven frantically through the streets of Portland searching for a Haven of Refuge Portland officers or the Western Union Telegraph company were jammed with person seeking to send off of grams to relatives in the East inquiring as to their safety just as an announcer was choked off by poisonous gas in what he had said might be the last broadcast ever made the town plunged Into Darkness would be the town of War again Portland, Oregon. Of course, this was the effect of the early blackout program announced a previous week off. Few people remembered that elsewhere in the Northwest calls poured into newspapers and press Association offices by the thousands a Seattle newspaper switchboard report hysterical calls from persons wanting to know if it was true that New York had disappeared beneath the Atlantic Ocean phrases, like here they come Paula skyscrapers, they're throwing Heatwave shocked and horrified listeners one, Oregon Journal newspaper reporter returning from the coast pulled into a gas station and was informed by a pack stricken McMinnville attendant not to bother gassing up that the world was coming to an end. That was Nineteen thirty-eight Americans today are much more Savvy and have many more ways of or receiving news other than radio. And of course if message came over Facebook Twitter or one of the other internet services, we wouldn't be fooled or would we change? Portland Oregon's response

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A Witch and a Curse

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:19 min | 3 years ago

A Witch and a Curse

"Today. I continue my investigation into the world of physical and paranormal with a witch at a curse organs. Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery was established in eighteen. Fifty local. Say the cemetery is haunted by a woman who was hanged after being accused of being a witch and that her ghost hoste cemetery however research has recently revealed that it was her son who was hanged for murder both his mother and wife sworn testimony claimed he was elsewhere when the crime was committed but a jury of his peers convicted him nonetheless Richard Gusts marble was hung by the neck until debt. For the axe murder of shopkeeper David corker but the hanging didn't go well the thirty witnesses who watched the execution described how the news is not slipped under his chin instead of breaking his neck. They watched him for eighteen minutes as he strangled. Death still was Richard. Smother a witch. She did cursed the town to misfortune to burn three times at the time of the hanging hills. County seat was Lafayette but just one year after the hanging the town loss that honored to Mcminnville to date. Lafayette Oregon has burned to the ground. Twice the spirit of Richard's mother on a marble has been seen wandering through the graveyard perhaps searching for the spirit of her son. Who KNOWS MISS? You say just another ghost story. Maybe not visitors claim that they have seen her others that they've heard her laughing. One visitor claims she recorded. Anna's voice telling her to run home. Some of those who say they were chased from. The cemetery have revealed cuts across their back and a marble flood. Lafayette years on this mortal coil in Jacksonville Oregon where she died in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and was buried in the Jacksonville cemetery today. The Lafayette Pioneer cemetery remains unchanged since the hanging and there are still reports of which sightings but few visitors venture past the no trespassing sign that's been posted at the

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Commemorating the Trent Sighting

Todd Schnitt

07:51 min | 4 years ago

Commemorating the Trent Sighting

"The we commemorate the Trent, citing, I don't know if anybody knows why they haven't been Bill presentation. But it's one of the more famous, you'll VO sightings Trent farm, of course, and the citing over Dundee it actually happened Dundee, but they always have the celebration here, mcminnville, which is just a hop. Skip a jump away from Dundee and for the first fifteen years, here, we have rod cast live, and we interviewed many well known researchers at every year, we are always hopeful that there would be some sort of acknowledgment of the evidence that exists, which indicates that there is a major concern about UFO's, what they are, and what their agenda is, and, you know, fifty years of will it happen. Will it happen? Will it happen? Will it happen every year we'd say, oh, it's going to happen soon. It's going to happen soon. Here. We are now five years after that fifteen year struggle of saying is going to happen is going to happen. And yes, it's happening. I don't know if you know that but it's happening. Okay. And. What I mean by that is it's no longer some use laughable. Okay. We, we are here to different time. And you know what was once going on some fifteen years ago, the questions, there's still questions but very little questions. Now I mean twenty nineteen we are all learning the military, scientists religious figures, and some members of government are confirming that we're not alone. That something extraordinary nature is happening in the skies in places all over the world. We hear that all the time. We've been hearing in New York Times, of course to the story in twenty seventeen we've had the navy say, hey, by the way, we're going to not stigmatize you sightings, because of what happened with the, the tip report where they were talking about the tic TAC you. Oh, I mean, never reports from the Pentagon stating that have been analyzing you reports for threat assessment, and they've investigate what are called incursions where. And our motto view of os, look like tic TACs were following a navy strikeforce so witnesses for this included. Highly trained, military personnel among several that are deeply experienced radar operators and fighter pilots, who at the time of the sightings, were at the controls of arguably the most advanced flight technology, that's ever been created. We ever known types yet. None of these men, none of these that we have that here here to protect us. He's been no or knew what they were up against they didn't know what they saw. They just know that was there. Okay. So we go back to November fourteenth. Fourteenth of two thousand four and the location was Pacific Ocean about one hundred miles southwest of San Diego, the USS Nimitz carrier strike group, which included the nuclear power carrier in the missile cruiser. USS princeton. We're conducting a series of drills prior to deployment, in the Persian Gulf at about two pm to FA eighteen to F eighteens super hornet fighter jets, from the Nimitz they received unusual order from an operations officer about the Princeton already airborne. The pilots were told to stop their training, maneuvers and proceed to coordinates for a real world tasks. They called it real world got real world more. Honestly the officers asked, if they were carrying weapons they replied. No, they're not carrying white row carrying weapons. And so the Princeton. Had this highly advanced radar those picking up mysterious objects for several days. And so they are watching these many of these craft following the Nimitz and the right hours, picking up a lot of what we had was in our motto of UFO's chasing. One of our military are chasing our military strike forces, according to Kevin day who's Princeton senior radar operator the time, he said his screen showed. Well, over one hundred ABC now what ABC's are anomalous aerial vehicles? They also call them AP's unidentified aerial phenomena. And these are the words they use these are the nomenclatures, they use because they don't want people to say you Afo why. Because of course now you Afo gets maligned, people who see you oppose tin foil, hat, wearing weirdos, they don't want anything to do with in full, high wearing weirdos see that's the problem. Okay. The problem is, is no matter how you sanitize this. And they also used another two. It was an incursion, no matter how you sanitizers with different words. Nobody understands. It's still a UFO invasion. I mean that's what it was. It was a UFO invasion. They don't want to say that say, well, it's an av incursion. Assist an essence navy speaker UFO invasion. So they had a number of UFO's that were seen number eighties. And Kevin day said that his screen showed over one hundred eighty at, of course of a week. So they'd been followed by one hundred strange craft so Cording today, the ABC appeared at, at about an ounce you'd greater than eighty thousand feet far higher than commercial military jets typically fly. And initially the Princeton's radar team didn't believe what they were seeing chocking the anomalous to equipment malfunction. But after the determine that everything was operating as it should begin detecting instances in which the ABC dropped with a standing speed lower busier airspace. Day, approached the prince's commander about taking action to fighters were diverted to intercept one of the strange objects when they first arrived on the scene the pilot Steven se- the flying objects. But then they did observe what the lead pilot commander, David Fraser later referred to as a disturbance in the ocean. They're saying the water churning, and that's what is churning. The water, then all of a sudden he's thinks are showing up now, I don't know if they're coming out of the water or all the force was causing the water to shift, but they were seeing this churning stuff going on. It's coming down from eighty thousand feet going faster than they are. They got some of the most advanced equipment ever. And it'd be wilder by what they're seeing here. So freight said he saw this disturbance, the water was churning. And he said that it could see white breakers white waves breaking over what looked like a large object, just under the surface of the water. And then they noticed one of the objects flying about fifty feet above the water and Fraser, the commander of the elite black aces, squadron was the top gun program, graduate more than fifteen or sixteen years of flying experience. He described this tic TAC. Excuse me. He described his tic TAC as about forty feet long as like you said, it looked like tic TAC candy and he said, it didn't look like it had any means of propulsion were no wings. It was nothing coming out of it only churning of the water. And so this is really bizarre. I mean, no rotors the wings, nothing. And so they thought, hey, we got a bonafide UFO, and of course, thinking that there is a group of them that were stocking the Nimitz and the Princeton that's pretty scary. And I like I'm saying, you know, it's like, av incursion sounds better than a UFO invasion. But that's what they were experienced was UFO, invasion and have been many times. We talked about this with Peter Davenport. There have been situations where like example, the Phoenix lights, where Phoenix lights happen. We went to Defcon three and they said these flying triangles, or see over Phoenix, but then the ghost satellites went out, and they were saying, wait a minute. We were tracking. A number of these flying triangles coming up the coast going towards Alaska. Nobody does this and President Clinton, of course, was golfing at the time and immediately whisked him away, and he hurt his knee. So, you

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It would be the world’s largest airplane. It’s being built by a billionaire. And it’s getting ready to fly.

Armstrong and Getty

02:42 min | 5 years ago

It would be the world’s largest airplane. It’s being built by a billionaire. And it’s getting ready to fly.

"Almost twenty one years ago a young black man named curtis flowers was convicted of horrific crime the murder of four people in a small town in mississippi he won his appeal but the prosecutor tried him again he's now been tried six times for the crime and a lot of people think he's innocent i just thought that he done for this though where the proof mississippi mississippi you know we all know would go down and mississippi once we get you in the courtroom if you black we get i'm madeline baron host of in the dark a peabody award winning investigative podcast from american public media we're looking at the story of a man caught new terrifying loop of injustice a story of one man's fight for his life in the dark season two begins may i listen unsubscribe now on apple podcasts don stab billionaire paul allen's building the biggest airplane ever should they're building it in the desert in california to fly as soon as this summer anybody who ever saw howard hughes's spruce goose he was a billionaire backing the he was the first billionaire anyway he built a giant plane called the spruce goose it used to be docked in long beach or it was it was in a building in long beach near where the queen mary but they moved it for some reason anyway i saw them both many many years ago i think it may be an aviator museum in mcminnville oregon right now these spruce goose was enormous like you can't even believe it it it barely flu so it's merely a plane why is he buying the gigantic plane or building it rather he's going want to giant hey fellas i really liked to have are really really big plane it's so big as twenty eight wheels powered by six seven forty seven engines it would weigh one point three million pounds it's bigger than the length of a football field if you can picture that look at that that's a group of people in between the two parts of the plane there that shows you again it's win hold the jack just insane how big that is anyway hope i get to see a moran plane so speaking of airplanes funny coincidence where's the big summit between kim jong fat and president orange going to be maralago.

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