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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

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05:30 min | 5 months ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Supposed to have a big wedding in Maine and we had to cancel that. So we had a small one here in Atlanta. But it was was nerve wracking. You know, my his dad and my parents and some of her elderly, right? It was like what you know, should we do with this and we did it and knock on wood. No one got Cove it and So my number would have been lower, but I got married. That's that's pretty good thing. Jephson Griffin, What's going on, Jeff? What's up, Mark? How was your cove? A 12 months 1 to 10 what he got on the scale. Man. That's they, probably a seven. I got it back to you in July with very mild symptoms. Georgia D O T contractor It actually helped us. We're able to work more hours because of less traffic. Exactly. No one's on the road. So the road crews, we're doing a live or work of the last 12 months. Yeah. So it benefited us in that way, So for me, it wasn't so bad. That's good, and you didn't lose anyone close to you or anything like that. Now. I was very fortunate in that. I got it my family before nobody ever got it from me. Okay, Now we're all good. How old are you? If you don't mind me asking, Jeff I did it for. All right. So you're a year Get your creeping up to that vulnerable age. Like like I am like, Well, you're not 80. But you're not 20 either. Where it could. It could have knocked you out. It didn't I got in the summer. What I think was a blessing. I worked out and all that kind of stuff. I couldn't get the gym, obviously, but I didn't go to our local walking track in the summer and just kind of walked every day and let the sun beat on me. And it just wasn't that bad. Just wait it out. You know the the home remedy folks never really came up with a saying for it like they say, What is it, Uh, feed a cold, starve the flu and my getting that right feet. What about the cove it, you know, Feed the CLO feed the cold, starve the flu. What about, you know? Buffet the cove. It's something On me. The cove it? Yeah. Get the code from the buffet. Uh, And he's in Columbus, Ohio, and he welcome to show Mark a dawn. What's up, buddy? Decide you cruising back between Cincinnati and Columbus and had come down for some business and Uh, every once in a while, like, turn on the 7 50 when I'm out cruising at night, so I heard your show. Um, I'd say my year's been like an 89. We really haven't had any issues and my wife and daughter both, uh Nurses. And I think good Lord just you know, it's been a good year. I haven't slowed down it all your wife's a nurse. Yes. So if I asked her on a 1 to 10 scale, what would she say? Uh, she's probably gonna tell you probably a 78. She had weight on some coach Coburn patients. Uh, she does, uh, Lead work. She worked with the Red Cross and And all, but you know, on balance, it's you know, we just kept on going. Thank God. So it's It's been a good year. Good, good. That's so cool that you're listening up in Ohio on the 57 50. I love that during the winter months we hit somebody states at night. That's very cool. Absolutely absolutely. I'm former Atlanta. Uh, resonant years ago back in the stone age, And so it's always good tol Listen in every once in a while she was going on checking is often as you want. And yet I love hearing from folks that are listening out of state. All right, Brother. Take care of me. I'll take care. Do not thought about the cove. It's been great for people that hate people. At law like recluses? Yeah, like this is phenomenal. Your producer thistles for not it was for the Jews Closing that really dampen Debs Covert 12 months that the gym closures wasn't as bad as the concert venue. That is what killed her. But if you don't like people, this is fantastic. Was the last time you're at a concert. It's Debra. It would've been would've been February February. Whole year. I can't remember why. It's been a whole year. Mine was the Eagles. Who was the last concert I went to. That was January, right? Yeah. Did you win tickets in the market and show? No, no, I bought it. So you bought him a really expensive, right? Jason's in Monroe, Georgia. Jason, Welcome the program. Hey, how you doing? What's up, buddy? I'm you know, I'm about a solid 6.5 or seven. I would be an eight if I had my taste and smell back, But I'm a recent recently dealing with covert. And so that's one of the things that I haven't gotten back yet. Uh It'll be maddening for me if it doesn't come back truthfully. So what do you do when you say all right, So like, what's your favorite food, Jason and a perfect world. You want to eat? What? For dinner tonight? That's top. Mark. I like food a lot. Um, I guess, uh, like an Asian food of some type, like spicy basil. Thai. Spicy basil is one of my favorite dishes. So if you get that for dinner tonight, you know you're tasting it at all. Explain to me one with loss of taste actually means Taste the spice in it, but I can't. It's just like a heat thing like you can feel the spice but I can't taste the basil in the vegetables and Right. Correct. That sucks. That's I mean, it's better than dying. Obviously no, no, but but not being able to taste food. I've retired. It's so weird like I mean, this this is obviously Covitz messed with everyone's heads to a certain degree. And for the last 12 months, I've been eating food. I'm like this doesn't taste right. What's going on? Am I losing my sense of taste? Lovely. Yeah, It's like this my taste..

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That only in America that's why we need these small businesses that's why we need there is no such thing as a non essential worker not America we're not call logs we're Americans and when we drive by that spool store we look at him we think holy cow if he can do that with spools I bet I can we need him we need you because well he doesn't know it and perhaps too few of us even recognize it it is the hope that comes from the determination that he has and demonstrate every single day when he comes in early and he leaves dog tired and way too late still holding on to the truth that you know what tomorrow's going to be better it's that person it's a bad idea it's that unwillingness to give up that makes America America Michael lives in Monroe Georgia he's got a self a seven week old German shepherd well god bless you Michael Harley was not too that's the name of the the the dog Harley I'm not too crazy about her kibble food not really a surprise she wouldn't eat it she would not eat it with any enthusiasm when she had to and if you've ever had a seven week old puppy enthusiasm is kind of written all over them anyway Michael recently decided to try rough greens after hearing about it on the program and guess what Harley's appetite into Z. as in went through the roof when she's hungry she picks up her food bowl and starts barking at it that's the way a puppy should act especially when it comes to food now to be clear rough greens is not a dog food it's a supplement you put it on the dog food and it.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Got a situation everybody needs to know about particularly if you're in our affiliates North of twenty there are two active tornado warnings. Happening right now One is happening happening. It expires in about five minutes. It is just to the east of Athens This is now. It has been revised several times now right now. It is Oglethorpe Georgia in the Madison Georgia era. You have an active tornado. Warning in your area you've got another one This is a pretty sizable. The area with a storm rapidly moving through Barrow County a Walton County and Jackson. County you've got an active tornado warning at nine fifty eight Ama severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado is located over youth I had no idea. There's place called youth in Georgia in any event Nine nine miles west of Monroe Georgia moving northeast at sixty five miles an hour that gives you an indication of how quickly the storms moving through this other one They have now actually extended out this National Weather Service. Warning a couple more minutes. They were GONNA get rid of it But at ten to a severe thunderstorm capable producer tornadoes. It was located over. Colbert near Daniels will move in at fifty five miles an hour This is for Oglethorpe county in Madison. Janice Madison Georgia Madison County This one tornado warning switch stretches from the Atlanta Metro area south of Loganville all the way up towards commerce. It is a very fast moving storm. There is rotation. I can see it on my radar that I have a very significant. Now those of you further further up in North East Georgia. If you're in the Clarksville area you are under a flash flood. Warning in fact every single person listening to me north of I twenty right now is in a flash flood warning in addition to these two tornado warnings. If you're in the Clarksville area in northeast Georgia This Severe this flash flood warning lean is going to go for another two hours. You have more incoming severe weather as well If you're in the Lula Georgia area South of demerist and Clarksville Phil. You have significant rain and lightning in your area. And if you're in the Roman Dalton area all the way the northeast part of the state you are clearing out of rain but you've got a flash flood warning now that is going to last for hours longer just given extent of how much rain. They've had of the Rome area even as it's beginning to clear out there right now. They've got another four hours in this flash flood warning and the Dalton area has another four hours in their flash flood warning. These are active warning with a lot of rain. It is going to clear out outed northwest Georgia and then more storms are coming now. If you're in middle Georgia I'm down in Macon and if you're in middle Georgia. The rain is only beginning to to impact you. There are bands of showers in the Mo- moving through the Monroe County area into the Monticello area. They're moving north There is rain south In the Albany area it is a lightly scattered areas blowing through America's right. Now it is headed in the Middle Georgia. It'll be impacting making here in the next hour and then moving up from from there the Perry Georgia. You're going to be having some rain here and again that is all light stuff. Very bad stuff is in north Georgia. Here's the problem. Dolt get confident because there's a lot of rain south of us in Florida. That is moving north. So all of this stuff appears to be clearing out in Georgia and you're GonNa get more of it this afternoon in fact in the Middle Georgia and South George area. They're expecting the weather to be so bad this afternoon. A lot of counties have cancelled schools. My Kid got the school this morning and called me and said Dad. Everybody else's canceled school. Why can't I come? I'm home said because I got life insurance on you..

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The hour we have some subjects to get to but we will and we will get to the ocean pretty soon but a lot of people have been holder don't quite awhile first of all to stop him and he's calling from Monroe Georgia good morning Jim show more worldly Hey good morning jam what you got on a sign well I got a question for our work around the area the other day and a couple guys so we we had walls your job so my opinion was what I'd read the thread will go all that they tried to reintroduce it but it didn't like his last through all for one then I have another question after that all right Charlie comment please yeah so the the the red wolf reintroduction pretty much failed day of they're really just limited to an area of North Carolina and a few populations captive populations scattered around so what we have in Georgia are caddies now with that said our counties in Georgia and all over the southeast do you have a touch of gray wolf genetics in them so they are typically a little bit larger than than western coyotes but they in their eastward migration they went north and picked up some rival genetics and and that still residual actually more than rebel jeans interesting what it well she got Jim well I got a question for a model and I respect those guys Gil master and all those fellows in that organization.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And no one would talk. And so the only person who talked was somewhere Titian after why wouldn't the other speak? I don't know the motivation, but they declined an interview when did they start saying suicide? Cloudy day, they complete their investigation, which was approximately four days after the eaten matter of fact, if you listen to the nine one one call she called it that when she made the call he hung himself who said that the nine one one person that called in the call nine one one one one person who found his body. She was the one that said he hung himself. Suicide was then determined. If you ask me because that's all this the way it went. They didn't come and check for any evidence of you know, what I'm saying suicidal. No, no, no. They didn't question any of the family to see if any of his Newsbeat h-have your change or any of that. There was none of that done. None of it. Jackie all of you interspersed the story of Lennon lacy with reading. Enactment of lynchings in the history of lynching if you can talk about this. What had been going on in the county? It's very unusual to keep the history alive of what had happened to the black community. And so one of those communities where I'd filmed is in Monroe Georgia where a group of diverse group of people they get together annually reenact in nineteen forty six quadruple lynching of two couples the Malcolm's and the door Steve. And they do that to make sure that the victims are never forgotten and the lynching was in nineteen forty six my mom was alive in nineteen forty six that's a generation ago. And so they believe that some of the perpetrators may still be living there. So talk about this reenactment lynching. So the doors Malcolm's were murdered on July twenty fifth nineteen forty six. And so around that time that weekend and Monroe which is about forty minutes outside of Atlanta, a group of people get together, and they dramatize scenes from the narrative of lynching, and it's their way of right? Getting their own history and writing their own narrative history that's been undocumented in some ways and incorrectly documented and others. And so the the reenactment begin on a hot July day, it's really hard. If you know anything about the Atlanta area in the south, and and people come out and make care of an from scene to scene, they begin at this at a church that is the site of the gravestones where where the victims were buried, and then they moved to the jail where one of the victims George Dorothy withheld, and and then they reenact that scene because what happened is George stores. They had come home from the war and had got into a fight. They were he was a sharecropper in got into an altercation with the landowner that he was working for the landowner wasn't killed George Dorsey was arrested. And then someone came to bail them out another land on the pretends that there. Work for them. George called his wife and his wife called her cousin Dorothy got her husband, Roger, Malcolm, and they all came together thinking that they were going to work and the land owner drove into the ambush on the Moore's Ford bridge. And so the of the reenactment happens in that site with the lynching actually happened. So you're talking about public spectacles and lynchings not in this case, but people came from miles around sometimes a thousand people to watch. An African-American ledge. Absolutely. And and sometimes that crowds were more than a thousand people in Waco, Texas in one thousand nine hundred fifteen fifteen thousand white men women and children came out to watch the lynching of Jesse Washington. And and that has happened many times across the country for over a century from about eighteen seventy two to nineteen sixty four experts believe that there were probably they've recorded about five thousand nearly five thousand lynchings and most of those victims were African Americans. They actually believe that the numbers are probably closer to fifteen thousand those are just the numbers that they could document. And so the thing that really drove me about understanding this history is the impact because imagine that communities where half the people in your community came out to watch a lynching by the thousands in. What that feels like to hear thousands of people in your community cheering the violence on the screaming laughing. The roaring even if you weren't in the midst of it, even if you didn't agree with it you still impacted by it. And so the question for me is what's been passed along from generation to generation and families both black families and white family. So Claudia lacy issue watch this film? You know, the story of your beloved, son Lennon, but to see put into this context. What was your reaction? It's hard to explain. Heart wrenching. It allows me to grieve. Because. Tells his story the way I.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

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09:46 min | 2 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Before we get to MAC looks quite a while in McDonough, Georgia, good morning, Luke. Hey, good morning. Neil neil. Hey. Longtime listener love the show. Thank you very much. You spoke to the topic of the year maturity? Here population. Yes. Said something about social pressures. You know, what I what did it for me? Trail cam. Oh boy. Years ago of shot that big old giant? Eight four, and I wouldn't have waited for that his daddy to come walking along with. I've nobody was there. What a great point to make that a terrific point. Because the the trail cameras allowed you to know that he did. Right. I'm sorry. I couldn't hear you. I said, yes, I it was a great point because the trail cameras allowed you to know that the bigger deer existed. Right. Absolutely. And I've let more this year than ever. Years ago, outta you know, outta shot that big old John? You know, 'cause they lose the big, and the would you know, we'll say day gogo so hard to get your eyes on them. You know? I grew up in the sixties, and it was Wego whole season baby. One dude. You bet. Yeah. The the in the sixties dilemma was one. Yeah. Yes, sir. Is you saw a track on a road? You you you covered it up. Yes, sir. O'neil loved loved the show, man. Appreciate. You bet. Thank you for calling. It's always always good to hear somebody add add to the pile so to speak and here's MAC with the ramp fishing report. Good morning MAC. Good morning. How are you? Good fishing getting good in. Cooler weather long overdue, but it energized fish, especially the bass, oh boy. Yeah. It's gotta move in. Late summer dog days, if you will are always tough for bass fishing. I get a little bit of massage a lotta suspended fish too hard to target and that went on forever because it stayed so warm we'll get this extended summer. But now that this is changing last week. They were ready to go. But now things are really starting to happen. And that's the good news. It's energized bass fishing if there's a downside to it. Or there's a footnote to it. The one drawback this time of year is official scatter out. You have all that you might have ten different patterns walking versatility is going to be keen because any changes because you have changing now the front should start rolling in a weekly or every five days, and that changes things trying to get a weather change. And then you got to turn over to deal with but bottom line is deficient responded. Well to this cooling weather in in here on the near particularly it's energized or top-order by. Especially famous. Yeah. And you start Shriver side looks her schooling start seeing those in area. Lakes now, the water temperature falling down into the seventies. So you got fish in the whole water column, you can have them anywhere. And you might catch one with a repel on top Durant. Catch one Witherspoon. With everything I had someone dearness fishing trip. I just got back from was marveling at the fact that he this past summer he had called a striper at fifty feet. And I didn't want to upstage him. But I say. I said really when you go more you'll find out there are a lot deeper than that. Next time you need to go look at the deepwater. That's right. We call. We caught one two summers ago at ninety seven feet dinner ninety eight on the bottom. I remember that fish head. Ricky was great shows you guys to bail wife soon and ninety eight feet of water in flowery branch creek. I got you got that memory down. All right. People what should the next couple of weeks? Now, if not hiring you are another guide or whatever to fish the lake. What would you tell the weekend fishermen to you do Lanier to catch some good old spotted bass question and all that. The bulk of the activity is centering around lane lake submerged islets home. Okay. Twenty five to thirty feet. And there's a lot on the linear most area like people have some brush on these all these hospital land the brush top water over them. If you just want to catch fish, you want the numbers bass fishing robo Ormeau dropshots going to be hard to beat for numbers inconsistency. You catch bigger fish the top water, or if you got the patient's still legit around that brush, you get the bigger bite. Maybe. Okay. That's I look for look at your map. Look at the hash spots in the creature on the main like twenty five thirty seat and actually a lot the stripers oriented to the same places. If you're striper guides users free line, a live hearing over those areas or maybe white him down a little bit with a split shot, and then cash top order, even though you the top spot maybe twenty five feet, you can pull out of water that he can be aggressive Gani. Yes, you'll come and get it. So that's. The best the structure you wanna key on? And I think that will a lot of lakes as well. Okay. Let me ask you a question him by and large just as a general rule general observation will you use a bigger bait and be more successful with a bigger bay in the fall and the spring. I like, so I think they'll feed on bigger Bates. Whether it's live patriot treatment, bigger, top waters and water still warm enough right now, we're still in the upper seventies. So you got pretty active respond to bigger biting they're willing to chase. When you get in the spring, and depending on what part of spring. We're talking about water temperatures in the sixties and you'll probably find them respond to smaller Bates better. So yeah, I think now bigger bite you're better. I agree. Also, faster and noisier with the top. Order prediction. Always always enjoyed your report, sir. And I hope you get some good reaction from it. Seven seven zero two seven one eight five one memory like an elephant. And look like one to this morning. Listen, the what's in the ram fishing report over we'll send it over your Facebook page later on this morning people. Hey, great idea. So the ram fishing report will be on O'neil outside Facebook page. We will send that over later my friends modify thanks for calling back. Yes, sir. Have a great weekend on the water in the field. Enjoy you man, there you go. Let's see. Let's talk to Jim. He's calling from Monroe Georgia. Good morning. Jim. What do you say? Good morning. You man. I just want to say, thank you very much. Professor neil. What what you do force? How you? You won't be up one morning when I was counting blatant stay on my backside on the couch, and you should get out there and the wind and this'll be going on my six year and for the last five years what you said we very true. Oh, and now, I've sort of crazy I guess now look for the windy days. And even even studied him more than I do the other days, but I still hunt pretty much about eighty percent of this the Huntington and gun season. So I just want to let people know that you really and truly help us doesn't cost us a thing. We'll listen in pay attention. That's all we gotta do. Well, thank you very much. That's that's a confirmation coming from you that I value highly because I say it ad nauseam. The more. You know, the more you understand the more successful. You can be in the outdoors. ES or it makes it a whole lot more pleasurable. Sometimes just sit there and watch unfold what you've already told us, but to actually see it in action, just like mystification. Well, thank you very much. It's it's it's not all that often that I'll get a call at our someone will say something of that nature, which is very supportive of of what we try to do. I know on the television show. I'm I'm increasingly spending more time with what to do when to do it. How to do it? And what the results probably is. And why it turned out that way? Yes, sir. Across excuse me. Again, it comes across. And you have certainly certainly helped a lot of us. I'm sure there's others. It's been helped out there. They just say tied up, and sometimes they can't call and tell you, but you know, like, you've had unfortunate experiences before some people just blast you because they don't agree with your your. Viewpoints. But you know, everybody has a viewpoint day you onion. They don't all smell the same. Hi, jim. I gotta go pal. I hate to cut off somebody with such a complimentary call. But I've got to this is only a we'll be.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jonesboro road exit fifty five as your alternate. Mike shields WSB. What did me? Trail cameras all boy years ago. I decided that big old giant. Eight. And I wouldn't have waited for that his daddy walking along knowing it was there. What a great point to make that Glueck Desa terrific point. Because the the trail cameras allowed you to know that he did. Right. I'm sorry. I couldn't hear you. I said, yes, I it was a great point because the trail cameras allowed you to know that the bigger deer existed. Right. Absolutely. And I've let more eight borders well this year than ever. Years ago. I the, you know out of south that big old John eight, you know, because they lose the big would, you know, let's say day. Gogo sahara. To get your eyes on 'em. You know, I grew up in the sixties, and it was uh. We go a whole season ABC one, dude. You bet. Yeah. In the sixties limit one. Yeah. Yes, sir. Saw is you saw a track on a road. You you you covered it up. Yes, sir. O'neil love love the show, man. Appreciate you bet. Thank you for calling. It's always always good to hear somebody ads. Add to the pile so to speak and here's back with the ramp fishing report. Good morning. Good morning. Oh nail. How are you? Good fishing getting good in cooler weather, long overdue, but it energized fish specially bass, oh boy. Yeah. It's gotta move in. Late summer dog days, if you will are always tell tough for bass fishing. I get a little bit of authority glut of suspended fish too hard to target and that went on forever because it stayed so warm we'll get this extended summer. But now that this is we saw it changing last week. They were ready to go. But now thank you really starting to happen. And that's the good news is Jenner jazz bass fishing, if there's a downside to it. Or if there's a footnote to the one drawback was weird. This time of year is official scatter out. You have fish do all that. You might have ten different patterns walking versatility is going to be king because any changes because you have the changing the front should start rolling in a weekly or every five days, and that changes things are trying to get a weather change. And then you got turn over to deal with but bottom line is efficient responded well to this cooling weather and in here on the near particularly est energized or top-order by. Especially. Yeah. And you're starting with the Shriver side looks are schooling fish. You're gonna start seeing those in area like water temperatures have fallen into seventy. So you got fish in the whole water column, you can have them anywhere. And you might catch one with a repel on top. Witherspoon? Everything I had someone dearness fishing trip. I just got back from was marveling at the fact that he this past summer he had caught a striper at fifty feet. And I didn't want to upstage him. But I said. I said really when you go more you'll find out there are a lot deeper than that. Nice timing. He's gonna look at the deep water. That's right. We call. We caught one two summers ago at ninety seven feet ninety eight the bottom. I remember that fish Ricky whiz. Great shows great guy to bail wife soon and ninety eight feet of water flowery branch creek. I you got you got that memory down. All right. So why so people what should the next couple of weeks? Now, if not hiring you are another guide or whatever to fish the lake. What would you tell the weekend fishermen to you do at Lanier to catch some good old spotted bass question and all that the bulk of the activity is centering around lane lake submerged balance. Okay. Twenty five to thirty. And there's a lot on the linear most area like people brush on these all these hospital land the brush door top water over them. If you just want to catch fish, you want the numbers that your bass fishing robo Lommel dropshots going to be hard to beat for numbers inconsistency. You catch bigger fish the top water, or if you've got the patient's still jigger in that brush, you get the bigger bite. Maybe. Okay. That's I look for look at your map. Look at the hash spots in the creeks are on the main lake twenty-five thirty seat it actually a lot of the stripers oriented to the same places. If you're striper guy. Free line a live hearing over those areas or maybe him down a little bit with a split shot. And then cash the top order, even though you the top spot maybe twenty five feet, you can pull out of water that he can be aggressive Gani. Yes, she'll come and get it. So that's the best the structure you wanna key on? And I think that'll plot a lot of lakes as well. Okay. Let me ask you question him by and large just as a general rule general absorbs reservation will you use a bigger bait and be more successful with a bigger bay in the fall and the spring. I like, so I think they'll feed on bigger Bates. Whether it's live batery, even bigger top waters and the water still warm enough right now, we're still in the upper seventies. So you got pretty active Bill respond to bigger biting they're willing to chase. When you get in the spring, and depending on what part of spring. We're talking about water temperatures in the fifties. And you'll probably find them respond to smaller Bates better. So yeah, I think now bigger bite you're better. I agree. Also, I think faster and noisier with the top border protection. Always always enjoyed your report, sir. I hope you get some good reaction from it. Seven seven zero two seven one eight five one memory like an elephant. And look like one to this morning. In the what's in the ram fishing report over we'll send it over your Facebook page later on this morning. Some people get Neo. Hey, great idea. So the ram fishing report will be on O'neil outside Facebook page. We will send that over later, my friends modifying. Thanks for calling back. Yes, sir. Have a great weekend on the water in the field. Enjoy you man, there you go. Hey, let's see. Let's talk to Jim. He's calling from Monroe Georgia. Good morning. Jim. What do you say? Good morning, ma'am. I just want to say, thank you very much. Professor neil. What what you do force? How you Portman? You woke me up one morning when I was contemplating staying on my backside on the couch, and you should get out there and the wind, and this will be going on my six year and for the last five years what you said we very true. Oh, and now, I've sort of crazy I guess now look for the windy days. And even even studied him more than I do the other days, but I still hunt pretty much about eighty percent of this the hunting and gun season. So I just want to let people know that you really truly help us doesn't cost us thing. We'll listen in pay attention. That's all we gotta do. Well, thank you very much. That's that's a confirmation coming from you that I value highly because I say it ad nauseam. The more. You know, the more you understand the more successful. You can be in the outdoors. ES or it makes it a whole lot more pleasurable. Sometimes just sit there and watch unfold what you've already told us, but to actually see it in action just like a mischief occasion. Well, thank you very much. It's it's it's not all that often that I'll get a call at our someone will say something of that nature, which is very supportive of of what we try to do. I know on the television show. I'm I'm increasingly spending more time with what to do when to do it. How to do it? And what the results probably is. And why it turned out that way? Yes. Or any comes across excuse me. Again, it comes across. And you have certainly certainly helped a lot of us. I'm sure there's others. It's been helped out there. They just say tied up, and sometimes they can't call and tell you, but you know, like, you've had unfortunate experiences before some people just blast you because they don't agree with your your. Viewpoints. But you know, everybody has a viewpoint. This holiday you onion. They don't all smell is saying. Hi, jim. I gotta go pal. I hate to cut off somebody with such a complimentary call. But I've got to this is only a we'll be back. What would you take? If you were forced to flee your home your phone. Your passport a photo album. Get a closer look at refugee experiences at forced from home, a free interactive exhibition about the global refugee crisis presented by Doctors.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:18 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Good morning, Luke. Hey, good morning. Neil meal. Hey, longtime listener love the show. Thank you very much. You spoke to the topic of the year. Maturity. More secure here population. Yes. Said something about social fractured. You know, what I what did it for me? Trail cameras. Oh boy. Years ago. I decided that big old giant. Eight four, and I wouldn't have waited for that his daddy walking along with. I didn't know he was there. What a great point to make that Glueck Desa terrific point. Because the the trail cameras allowed you to know that he existed. Right. I'm sorry. I couldn't hear you. I said, yes, it was a great point. Because the trail cameras allowed you to know that the bigger deer existed. Right. Absolutely. And I've let more this year than I have. Years ago, you know, out of south that big old John hundred eight you know, because they lose the big, and the would, you know, go go Sahar. To get your eyes on them. You know, I grew up in the sixties, and it was uh. We go a whole season vacancy one. Dear you bet. Yeah. The in the sixties dilemma one. Yeah. Yes, sir. If you saw a track on road, you you you covered it up. Yes, sir. O'neil love love the show, man. Appreciate you bet. Thank you for calling. It's always always good to hear somebody add add to the pile so to speak and here's MAC with the ramp fishing report. Good morning. Matt good morning. Nail. How are you? Good fishing getting good in. Cooler weather long overdue, but it energized fish specially bass, oh boy. Yeah. It's gotta move in. Late summer days, if you will are always tough for bass fishing. I get a little bit of massage a lotta suspended fish too hard to target and that went on forever because it stayed so warm we'll get this extended summer. But now that this is we saw it changing last week. They were ready to go. But now, thanks are really starting to happen. And that's the good news. It's energized bass fishing if there's a downside to it. Or if there's a footnote to it. The one drawback was weird this time of year is officials scatter out. You have fish new an all you might have ten different patterns walking versatility is going to be keen because any changes because you have to change in the front should start rolling in. Clear every five days, and that changes things that are trying to get a weather change. And then you got turn over to deal with but bottom line is a fishing responded. Well to this cooling weather in here on the near particularly est energized or top-order by. Especially. Yeah. And you're starting with the Shriver side look for schooling fish. You're gonna start seeing those in area. Lakes now, the daughter temperatures are falling down into the seventies. So you got fish in the whole water column, you can have them anywhere. And you might catch one with a repel on top Durant. With everything I had someone dearness fishing trip. I just got back from was marveling at the fact that he this past summer he had caught a striper at fifty feet. And I didn't want to upstage him. But I said. I said really when you go more you'll find out there are a lot deeper than that. Nice timing. He's gonna look at the deep water. That's right. We call. We caught one two summers ago at ninety seven feet. Ninety eight. I remember that we had Ricky whiz. Great guys to bail watch soon and ninety eight feet of water in flowery branch creek. You got you got that memory down. All right. People what should the next couple of weeks? Now, if not hiring you are another guide or whatever to fish the lake. What would you tell the weekend fishermen to do Lanier to catch some good old spotted bass? Great question. And all that the bulk of the activity is centering around main lake submerged islets, okay? Twenty five to thirty feet. And there's a lot on the linear most area like people have brush on these all these hospital land the brush dole top water over them. If you just want to catch fish and want the numbers bass fishing robo dropshot, it's gonna be hard to beat for numbers inconsistency. You catch your bigger fish with a top water or you got the patient's still legit around that brush, you get the bigger bite. Maybe. Okay. Look for look at your map. Look at the hash spots in the creature on the main lake twenty five thirty seat and actually allow the stripers are oriented to the same places. If you're striper guides us free line, a live hearing over those areas, or maybe putting whiting down a little bit with a split shot and cash the top order, even though you the top spot maybe twenty five feet, you can pull striper out water that he can be aggressive. Gani? Yes, she'll come and get it. So that's the best the structure you wanna key on? And I think that'll plot a lot of lakes as well. Okay. Let me ask you a question him by and large just as a general rule general observation will you use a bigger bait and be more successful with a bigger bait in the fall and the spring. I like, so I think they'll feed on bigger Bates. Whether it's live baiter, even bigger top waters and water still warm enough right now, we're still in the upper seventies fish. They're pretty active Bill respond to bigger bite and they're willing to chase. When you get in the spring, and depending on what part spring, we're talking about water temperatures in the fifties. And you'll probably find them respond to smaller Bates better. So yeah, I think now bigger Bates, you're better. I agree. Also, I think faster and noisier with the top border protection. Always always enjoyed your report, sir. And I hope you get some good reaction from it. Seven seven zero two seven one eight five one memory like an elephant. And look like one to this morning. O'neill? Listen, the was in the ramp fishing report over send it over your Facebook page later on this morning. So people get Neil. Hey, great idea. So the ram fishing report will be on O'neil outside Facebook page. We will send that over later. My friends mighty fine. Thanks for calling back. Yes, sir. Have a great weekend on the water in the field. Enjoy you bet there you go. Hey, let's see. Let's talk to Jim. He's calling from Monroe Georgia. Good morning. Jim. What do you say? Good morning, ma'am. I just wanna to say, thank you very much. Professor neil. What what you do force? How are you? You won't be one morning when I was contemplating staying on my backside on the couch, and you should get out there and the wind, and this will be going on my sixth year, and for the last five years what you said we very true. Oh, and now, I've sort of crazy, I guess now look for the windy days and even even studied him more than I do the other days, but I still hunt pretty much about eighty percent of this humming time and gun season. So I just want to let people know that you, really and truly hill. Bush doesn't cost us a thing. If we'll listen in pay attention. That's all we gotta do. Well, thank you very much. That's that's a confirmation coming from you that I value highly because I say ad nauseam. The more. You know, the more you understand the more successful. You can be an outdoors. ES or it makes it a whole lot more pleasurable. Sometimes you sit there and watch unfold what you've already told us, but to actually see it in action just like a mischief occasion. Well, thank you very much. I it's it's it's not all that often. Get a call at our someone will say something of that nature, which is very supportive of of what we try to do. I know on the television show. I'm I'm increasingly spending more time with what to do when did do it. How to do it? And what the results probably is. And why it turned out that way? Across excuse me. Again, it comes across. And you have certainly certainly helped a lot of us. I'm sure there's others have been helped out there. They just, you know, say tied up or sometimes they can't call them to you. But you know, like you've had the unfortunate experiences before some people just blast you because they don't agree with your your. Viewpoints. But you know, everybody has a viewpoint day your onion. They don't all smell the same. Hi, jim. I gotta go pal. I hate to cut off somebody with such a complimentary call. But I've got to this is only a we'll be back. Doctor. I see patients every day who are losing their vision and independence to age related macular degeneration, also known as AMD it's the leading cause of blindness in adults fifty five and older. Some of us are at greater risk for AMD. 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"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"And maybe you know, Mississippi State was overrated, but I buy into Kentucky and I will take Kentucky at home against South Carolina will lay the one point and then also from the world of college football. Whereas g unit was. Taking Texas Tech plus three and a half. I'm on that game, but I'm on the over of seventy two and a half for West Virginia and Texas Tech over seventy two and a half, and I am on the Texans colts over a forty seven. I in -ticipant that to be one of those shootout kind of games. So I love the fact that that number is only forty, seven. And then I'm also going in another NFL game, which is very rare for me. I'm on the cardinals and bears over and gangster Pete. I think that's it. Thirty six. But if you wanna correct me, let me get which game is it? Arizona shouldn't be zone in the bears, Arizona in the Seahawks. Thirty nine thirty nine zone in the Seahawks thirty nine. That is my play for this week. So Arkansas plus twenty and a half against Kentucky minus winning kind of West Virginia, Texas Tech over seventy two and a half. I Texans and colts over forty seven and cardinals Seahawks over thirty nine. Those are my plays producer Joe. Let's open this up and see what weird soccer games we're going to be looking at that are minus one seventy. No soccer. That's. You know soccer this week I'm looking produce jobs. Pick pay out, isn't upset. I would've would've lost money on that. Play Syracuse is getting twenty six. Unlike g unit producer, Joe does not let me know who these people are playing. So I've got look it up myself. Syracuse playing Clemson producer. Joe is all in Syracuse. Syracuse is undefeated and they are at Clemson undefeated Clemson, and they're getting twenty six producer. Joe is on the orange. The Orangemen producer, Joe plus twenty six. Of course. There's a Georgia Georgia state or Georgia Tech play that goes without saying block that up every week, Louisiana Monroe in Georgia state are playing, they'll play in front of friends, family and the over on that one is sixty two producer. Joe is on the sixty. One. Oh, it's lowered to his favor. He's got a few lines that are incorrect. Oh, which adds two year when g unit. Now your suspicions of what goes on with producer Joe's operation. He's to Monroe Georgia state over sixty one. So he gets a point in his favor there from what he sent to me. He's on Tennessee plus thirty one and a half, but I was looking this morning. I think that number thirty and a half now, correct. That is correct. Thirty and a half a season playing Georgia. That's thirty and a half, so producer Joe's on Tennessee. That's an interesting one to me. I was considering including Georgia and my plays. I could see that being in the high fifties and Tennessee scoring something around ten producer, Joe is on Penn State, Ohio State over seventy and a half, and he is on South Carolina, Kentucky under fifty one or one and a half. That's fifty one and a half. Okay. South Carolina, Kentucky under fifty one and a half Penn State Ohio State over seventy and a half Tennessee getting thirty and a half against Georgia, Louisiana Monroe, Georgia state over sixty one and Syracuse at Clemson and Syracuse getting twenty six, your judgment and producer Joe's other place. So they are all in. Now before I go onto our locks of the week, Marquette of evergreen, wealth strategies, the sponsor of the foam lines that I'm calling in from as I look out on the Las Vegas strip and he mountains out west where I will be attempting to shave strokes here, Marquette evergreen, wealth strategies making this possible..

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Callers right now leftover from the previous ghetto hours Robert about, snakes good morning Robert hey better. Yeah no we don't kill snakes around here we just kinda move, on away I knew you didn't but I. Just want to. Make sure, that. Our, listeners? Didn't. Right, good good Nelson when you're out. Grab references are turtles in catfish Are. You singing Hornets, nest like in the old days He's like like Martin what you. Go up there and and was, the same back brothers we would knock him jump up knock them, down and going. To war and use them for fish bait and question I seen a. Hornet's nest in a long time and a big one When we usually usually wash near lot no No they go round Hornets Nashville SRI, though I still tree those all the time, but Bait much anymore, okay Have you. Saying New There was a on. Television they had a the Japanese hornet this about the size of the, phone European Hornets is kind of a Yellen chairman colored thing Space alien flying through you've got? It, but. Had you seen one of those in Georgia yeah sure Shannon And that's why I call it, because you, know I think Dominate our, hornet business I don't, believe show you. Know they don't build they build a, nation in hollow cavity like in hollow tree or something like, that or a wall they don't build it hanging out on a limb like a regular right Right but you have seen. That the same thing, I'm looking, at it now. To show Maleter about him to you, better not let one of them things get ahold of you, know what well one this are and never came back that real quick James No is like a hot poker going in the, lake and it was over. This he didn't leave any poisons or anything in my. Emily It was amazing Has. My, league actor yeah we'll get. Off air. By you bet thanks. For the call Robert, you bet there, you. Go now, let's. Go to? Jim he's? Calling? From Monroe Georgia four Milton? Good morning Jim good? Morning, sir how're you number eleven. How how. Is the me doing Has your knee doing well, it, stiff but I, can, walk up, and. Down steps? And I'm? Just? Fine getting better every day Very good very good Melton yeah sure if I remember correctly. I. Believe even lead been bitten twice Pearl gigging. And. I believe it was? With, the famous, person in my right or wrong true you have right down only been bit watch okay Hey right all. Right You tell us? Who, that person. Was well it was, it was fellow Jewish got inducted into the outdoor hall of, fame this past year famous. Radio, and. Television host Famous, fisherman hunter all around outdoorsman but an absolute bumbling turtle hunter, yeah sure things got bit Got me bid he'd been doing exactly what I told. Him to do I wouldn't have got bit if he'd have done, what it told him do he'd. Got, bit. Instead of me Wouldn't pay. That was the plan to Jim Schmear Well from what from what Milton he. Looked he looked a little perplexed in that in that show with yield that. Time let's read nice. Question, well you, know They, hit they edited out what she did. When the turtle bit me well you know when you say oh my gosh. They've got to do. Something, with that Pile Thank. You you have a great. Weekend here we. Go let's talk to Richard for calling from West. Virginia good, morning Richard AFC stay. There for, you What's the difference between a carpenter catfish The major difference between a carpenter catfish Yeah Well the major, diff I guess if you just had to come up with one major difference would be the car pro gut. Scale John catfish don't have scheduled shown me that'd be about the biggest major. Different but now that's your ladder differ Josh, trade your difference between a squirrel and. Raccoon Where do you wanna, start out different critter altogether yeah sure I just fishing creek and I. Made heard about cars but I've never ever call? The, club Live Cable. Cat that's all I ever catch up stabbed to think about a carp Let.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So it actually wasn't maybe it was. This person in my middle school size when I was still in Monroe Georgia so apparently. They, had this project where they had to downsize an item Shows. A, coke bottle and at this time, there's, no, such thing as like the mini sprite, so many cokes? And they downsized and. The teacher said wow you should this to coast and they actually did it and they went. And they said oh this is already in the making sure it was A year later they're the, mini, bottles came out I just kind of a hoax you, know those little airline Kansas soda, is, that what you're talking about or the skinnier ones Like the mini, ones you can go get it Chicago remind me I have. To, tell you story about those many cans. Of coke later on write that. Down because I it's a fun. Story but I should on time right. Now and he's in Lawrenceville Andy welcome to the show Hey Mark how you. Doing, what's going on buddy Well my story also doesn't involve me but involves my also, are actually my wife and my father. In law and there were many opportunity missed opportunity so my father, in law had back in the seventies a personal sit down with a guy, that, had, a crap fear idea that was really He, thought he liked the guy just thought. It was not the right time for and missed out on the, opportunity to invest in Sam Adams beer Ono what, how long ago was this Somewhere in the seventies I can't remember that's that's awful can you imagine being on, the ground. Floor of same Adams that's you You wouldn't you wouldn't be calling into the Mark. Arum, show though and if that had happened you. Would have gone. On to bigger. And better things marks in good at county Mark welcome to the program Hi Mark this is kind of. Embarrassing really just came off, of a a novelist a guy named Neil certain who incredible book called krypton con. In, two thousand two yeah Crypto currency and after after came out you know. I'm, always. Looking for something on horizon and in two thousand nine I put a, little money and to to bitcoin telling you you didn't take it out before it. Hit My in my wife made me real quick I've gotta run how much would you have No I punched out with two forty. Two million dollars. Oh all right well then I've been, trying to I've been trying to. Take this. Guy, you'll Stevenson novelist out to dinner sent trying to contact is able thank. You, listen at least we know one millionaire is listening, to the Mark Arum show yeah, he and Aaron diamond who's. Coming, up next channel two news weather and traffic next. This, is.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And am seven fifty wsb lambda is in monroe georgia and joins us on lawn and garden hey good morning good morning how are you i'm fine how can i help well i have i planted keith repair and oriental pair last year okay and of course for the first time they have fruits but my keefer from the trunk had two branches coming up and one is starting to turn black and the leaves are dying i'm wondering what's going on with with my pair should i should i have cut off the pairs that since it's such a young tree i i don't know what's going on so you being turning black the leaves are all turning black on the yes the branches turning black and the leads are turning turning up black and brown and then they're black it'd be my guess is there's a disease called fireblight which is called that because the lease term black somebody hit him with the book torch very common on pear and apple trees did even though keefer an orient pairs are hard payers are ones that are better grown i think in georgia's and most any other variety they're not immune to fire blight and if you wanna see some confirming pictures of fiber go online of course and go to my website i have two or three pages of pear trees there but the cure for it is not easy and really really not easy land because you have to prune out all the disease branches and another pair you don't have a lot of the undesired branches despair but that is literally all you can do is to prune out under these branch approved methods disease branches and it's a great idea to sterilize your cutters between pruning cuts and that means they a little plastic bucket poo a little bit of clause water alcohol in the water make sterile solution in different cutters in another cut difficulties in make another cut as you all the black branches now she that cut off the pairs that help i don't think so the payers if you've got some to enjoy our frank leave him only i'd eat those as you come on yeah this is my first champ enjoy the payers okay thank you so much all right wonderful day and keep it look at it look on my website i've got a lot more notes and pictures and things like that or the fire blight but i'd be i'd be pretty confident that's what you have okay thank you so much for calling lee newnan georgia joins us say lee good morning got it sir what you got lee beautiful river came home last night they will split it varies based oh man the following sports wow so let me get this cleared my head lee do you mean the two branches of the tree split all the way down to the bottom where they just simply is a split at the bottom of the trump at the bottom of the phone you smell that stuff when you put your nose in your and you smell anything from the sap yeah it's horrible now but i mean it was beautiful i didn't have any indication it was doing anything and they'd like to had a storm and this is pretty common on mostly oak trees where i sit most often there's a condition called slime flux f l u x or wet would some people call it with slime fluxes just my favorite word for it and almost always smells and it can even have to swells one is sort of vinegar smell and the other one is much more like beer like alcohol i guess and so vinegar or alcohol slime flux who's basically just an infection they got somehow underneath the bark and is feeding off of the south of the river birch river sap is pretty sweet he's gotta lower carbohydrates in it and so the stuff could ferment and firmness it makes gases gases push it out onto the bark of the tree drips down lee look says it may sneaky steph river street and out of his sad to say it was good to say either way you can't do much about it other than wash it off the trump because the easy stuff is acidic deteriorates the bark if you don't wash it all the wash it off and let the.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Shelby tom jones yep that's the one now we have a reporter for channel two action news named tom jones and he gets it all the time for sure but that's pretty cool that that's a cool name to have i mean tom jones again it could be something really you know andy dick no one wants to wants you in here so we're not saying have you ever seen tom jones perform era music album not in person videos oh he's still with us right absolutely still singing to legend with han was literally women when he performed in vegas would throw their hotel keys at him onstage how would they get back into the hotel keys young heathrow one that happened to me hannity fest back in three key on the stage your hannity women were throwing their keys at hand you know they were hitting me in the head sharma come on back up to my room exactly quick break back after this i'm not to step on your imitation there von did atlanta welcome to the show vons getting into a fistfight let's get back to hung up on sorry call back drew is in monroe georgia drew welcome to the program how are you sir very good so i was wondering why the big chicken i think if you think about it there's the peach stay right but you really should be the chicken state i mean percent of georgia's gdp has agriculture fifty percent of georgia's agriculture's poultry which chicken so five percent of georgia's economy is chickens so why not have big chicken and the limbaugh because it's embarrassing it's it'll always be alert but our number one landmark think about other great cities in the world i've never travelled much but paris what's the number one lane market pairs tower what's the number one landmark in rome i would send the coliseum the number one landmark in dallas texas where you're from longoria the stadium now we're our jfk repository the number one landmark in new york the empire state building and you get to atlanta what's the number one lamarcus atlanta the bike chicken kfc i mean i again i i love kfc i i understand the the heart warming sediments to the big chicken but come on we can do better than that it can be alien mark a popular landmark but our number one landmark what's the biggest building in the skyline here mark.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Chaotic it felt destabilizing and and stability we want stability but that's the bility is based on systemic inequality in it's based on the acquiescence of people to that systemic inequality and when blacks were like no no the the anger was not at the system itself but the anger was at black people for identifying the structural flaws in the system you know you talked about for instance how my earlier work dealt with african americans human rights in the cold war one of the things that became very clear for instance is that whenever there was a lynching and the soviets or those in india or an africa would begin to publicize this horrific tragedy in the united states like the monroe georgia lynching where four african americans were killed including two women in nineteen forty six the response from the state department the foreign policy bureaucracy was not oh my god this lynching is horrific the response was oh why are they publicizing this is to make us look bad and so the anger was at those were publicizing it not the anger at those who had committed these atrocities so this is part in parcel of the way that the us deals with protests deals with what is seen as instability because again it in you know we talked about early on when you have a national narrative of vast peration that seems like a chief ment and when you have a national narrative of merit in that those who have have earned every last bit of it and those who don't haven't done anything to deserve it then those protests look aberration all they look as if they're attacking the system that had provided all of that achievement that had provided the the wealth of resources just look at the way that the football players in the nfl were maligned.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Five five now we're talking to john from monroe georgia comoran john the morning cler how you doing good good europe early well i'll enjoy arguing up listening to you and later williams i enjoyed waiter joe can you have a good time and that you heal low repealed and i really appreciate that because leaving bola y'all have really helped me blood information good i'm glad ask what we do it for good my statement to you is the rope that i told you about about rupaul weeks ago that i have allure on there would it down because i had noticed the most you dan ban in the would that they were using italy gretchen holding back yet pairs lives all right lock up put another one out now i it's amazing to me i don't take more on the planet i don't know how they found they do i give really really got hair tied up into the twisted pike will like uncomfirmed will feel a hollywood worked in room will on the court level also got more of got two oh in in the beginning to combine those two so i didn't will report back to your nobody hail worked so far we'll see we'll see what happens after nick saturday morning not mortar next saturday more will let you know right when the gun seized begins rifle electoral i could tell you how they find it in this not a surprise but i wanna have some at some magnifico of course they fat it goes away it smells would i i'm fascinated by this this they capable since is if you will of wildlife a of whitetailed dear its estimated of course because we don't know but a white tell the you're probably has a a sense of smell millions of times more sensitive than ours wouldn't you to love to be able to a you would be overwhelmed by to witness that well that's that's what i have pride i have not been on getting much can will work lucky hewitt i wanted to actually see them how they actually world hounding rack either going forward sideways or in their body back in court light noon loaded with with or something like there but i.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To gm he's calling from monroe georgia good morning jam good mooring sir of moulded up talked with your own our told your last year of all oh great if also worked in this year but i have noted something is going through the property looking to see wh advantage we hit from erma yes it there were some muskie dan brand that hit were real quick and lay across and i had on the modus will look further that there was some beer hair on it now i have added an old work holy ah vote rope crime together i put a little bit will lure on it in now they're coming through there looks like the maybe spread their back to get the pera scifo i'll be darn amazing what you can leave just take a little time and again to ponder what's going on so yes it is you have made me go a lot better taken time and looking a whole lot more than what are you shoot so i just wanted to say thank you goes you and love travis do a heck of a job and i really appreciate ban would be in in the glare both oval hristo is key what can learn from or you're very very can to mention that i and i can't tell you how much i appreciate it this is a traffic red alert as lean twenty four hour traffic center got was handled prompting tremor involve the rapid red alert paul lanes blocked i 20 westbound before lee road use thornton road as an alternate maloney thai wsb venture to handle all that instruction in observation and then want to get a response from somebody like yourself it means a lot and appreciate where you're more than welcome qarluk a say yoga a heck of a walk a lot of people who were rounded up don't i really appreciate it goes your wallet told me one more than the windy low out julie weekends rule ended at will a ornery time because he pill would get off the couch they weren't they work coming through the draft that's exactly right jim thank you very much effort.

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"monroe georgia" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"monroe georgia" Discussed on Giants of History

"So after calling for roger malcolm to get out and hem not getting out the men than approached the vehicle and they pulled all four black passengers out two men and their wives one of whom was seven months pregnant at the time the four passengers were then tied up to a nearby oak tree the mob then surrounded them drew their guns and shot and killed them the coroner's estimate was that sixty shots sixty had been fired at close range into the four individuals these two events the murder of macheyo snipes and the quadruple murder of the four people in monroe georgia was the catalyst for then president harry truman to form the president's committee on civil rights which was charged with investigating the conditions of civil rights in the united states at that time this was another step in the right direction for the larger fight for equality and for civil rights in general it's just a shame that it took these murders to bring this type of issue to national attention it was also after these two events took place that martin luther king jr junior's vision for his future matured he was outraged by the senseless violence of the murders but he was even angrier at the lays a fair attitude of how the murders were covered locally now as we said there was a national outrage over these events and the federal government responded quickly to the lynching forming the affirmation tioned presidents committee on civil rights but it seemed that locally the response was much too mild for martin luther king jr junior's liking.

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