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Washington, DC-area voters react to 2020 presidential debate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Washington, DC-area voters react to 2020 presidential debate

"To last night's brawl about debate. Double DT Opie's continuing coverage campaign 2020. We asked you what you got out of a debate that appeared more like a street fight. There was little to no decorum. I was very disappointed in last night's debate. Voters like Tina from Montross, Virginia, called us on the W. T O P talk back line to say they weren't happy with either side. I honestly feel that it wasn't a debate, but that of a debacle. I just pray that both of these candidates can please get themselves together. Before the next debate, Dan Shapiro called from Northeast D. C. Basically, that was the base know something you see on Jerry Springer or more opponents Reality show, he says. Nobody won. And the biggest loser of the night was the American public. Nick in Delhi. W. T. O P News

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"montross" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"montross" Discussed on FanBros

"Fast that. I promise you not all of us are high we are. We this is this is also real talk I mean that's that's also to talk about energy and its various forms and matter, and the fact that we are all made of. Everything in this universe when you break it down to the smallest level is made out of the same substance. But it just combines into different protons electrons to make everything we see and we all perceive this world around us but that's just because we perceive it to be this way. You wrote is universities within. So there we go and how we perceive the world actually leads to the next theme of of the how we learn how the world works. Lots of times we learn from our parents and the next thing deals with the you know how parents influence their children and how abuses passed down from parents. Still Children we we've talked before in previous episodes. Abou- MONTROSS is issues how he was brought up how he was abused by his father physical physical abuse for being gay and his father beating him for expressing what he thought was a feminine qualities you know drawing you know. Being cited, the wasn't the baseball players being excited to see the baseball players and things like that. His father was no you're not going to be gay and then in turn Montross is is monstrous to advocates. You know very excessively violent where when that scene after advocate some lady walk in on Montross Stop China Stop Sammy you know after they have their words with each other outside advocates is incredibly angry. He's in pain. He's confuse because he expresses that Montrose be him. So he would quote be soft yet. His Dad from from very homophobic perspective is considered soft. And he's also Abacus also pissed because it's revealed that his mother knew about machos being gay and no one told him anything. So that idea of parents keeping secrets, the idea of parents doing things that they claim it's for your protection or because they love you but it's really their own neurosis and psychosis. Being kind of inflicted upon you. Yeah I liked that they went there for this never they were talking about like whenever lead came out in. and. Out of was telling care what it was that made him like so upset, it wasn't necessarily that it's others gay was necessarily that everything was a secret. It was back that his father was so abusive to him and he always had hoped that the abuse was just the an expression of his father's love like he did not like a love well and then come..

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"montross" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"montross" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"So. Those are two panels that we're going to be on. So makes y'all RSVP come through represent we love we do that stuff we do. Anything for moving to this review care I, think that's it for now here. All right cool. So let's go ahead and get into lovecraft country episode five strange case written by Cheryl. I. Meka Green and Jonathan. I kid and Sonya winton dimension of did story So yeah. Yeah. That's correct. All right. So Yeah caring. Started I we always do this time. What did you think about this episode in general? I absolutely love it they. I know we're going to detail. They did something that I. It may have been presented on television but now I haven't seen like this. And I really. Really. enjoyed. A lot of swaps, a lot of changes. A lot of the. Special Effects. I had about. Yeah I love me a good allegory. You know I love me a good. You know The things we talk about in our spaces, you know the things we talked about it in our social circles. Intersectional Feminism White Feminism. You know ratio of. Oppression and all this other stuff code switching. Respectability politics is all in this episode and it's just like a masterpiece of that. Which is interesting because for me, this was the least scary episode. Like at no point what I like it got some. Gross. Special effects but I never fell anyone was truly endanger. Maybe, a minute of the show. In that minute we know that they not killing Ruby. So is mean there's no true danger on the screen. So it was actually a kind of A. Different episode and we also got very good character development with Montrose letty and intake especially MONTROSS. So so to me, that was covered all the bases and I just love. as a character and like getting to know her and seeing where they're going to take that character. I'm starting to lean towards my theory that she's GonNa possibly be a villain. I think so too. You know. Just, just because of the way that that things are shaking now and You know some the foreshadowing they're having. I don't know. So. All right. Let's go ahead and start getting into the actual episode into breakdown and all that stuff. So, like I said, episode five his strange case. What I'm GonNa do is separate this recap the same way I did last week. So I'm not going to do in this to quench of or. We'll still take our time and make it long but. Letty Montross and take is going to be one section and Ruby is another now unlike last last week Ruby will be last because she to me has the major storyline. Yes. All right. So We come back. We're in the room. Where we last are montross slash slash the throat a Yo Hema. Your email course being the. Two spirit person who was the? Translator. They were GONNA use to translate the word of Adam into English so that they will be able to do spells and shit. But of course, for some reason Montrose killed her and reset everything. It was like when your plan men and finally starting to get the lead and your friends unplugged the whole fucking thing..

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Fires In California And Colorado Cover The West With Smoke

Environment: NPR

02:35 min | 9 months ago

Fires In California And Colorado Cover The West With Smoke

"There are nearly a hundred uncontrolled large fires burning across the western US right now in California Colorado Oregon and other states the fires have forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes and the smoke is affecting millions as NPR's Nathan. Ross reports that is especially worrisome during this pandemic. Stephanie Christianson is a pulmonologist or a lung doctor as she puts it who's already on the frontlines of covid nineteen. She's an assistant professor at the University of California San Francisco and over the last few days and week as fires exploded around the bay area filling the air with acrid smoke sheet and some of her colleagues started asking each other. Every apocalypse packers now is it feels kind of like we're. Doctors it wasn't exactly what to expect. Going into this, the smoke from California's fires and others is blanketing most of the western US blurring skylines and creating haze from the west coast to as far east as Kansas and in that smoke is something that Christians, and says is definitely not good to be breathing particularly during a respiratory pandemic an air pollutant called PM two point five. It's this particulate matter which is really really tiny thirty times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. So it's really really small and that means that it can lodge deep into your lungs where Christians says, it can cause A. Whole host of problems that can increase the risk of as exacerbating COPD exacerbations, heart disease issues, and she says potentially cove in nineteen the viruses new enough that most of the research into links between it, an air pollution like smoke are preliminary but Christian says they do know enough to speculate that smoke inhalation could make the virus worse and it's worrying health officials and researchers all across the western US I was initially really worried about wildland firefighters Luke Montrose is an assistant professor of community and Environmental Health at a very smoky Boise State University, and served transition my thought now. To today's the first day of school at Boise State and the first day of classes for a lot of schools K. through twelve in the West in normal times. MONTROSS says during Smoky Fire Seasons schools can keep windows shut but in a year like this closed the windows and potentially increase the concentration of virus that could be spreading around the school because you're trying to reduce the amount of toxic wildfire smoke a situation he says where there's really no good choice. Out NPR news.

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"montross" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"montross" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"And now the Bill today, I'm going to go local. Yes, it's true that on a national level the Democrats taking over the house of representatives officially is a big huge deal. But we knew it. We put in our calendars since the election. We knew it was going to happen. A surprise announcement was made today by local politician, the governor of the state of New York the some politicians they like to show up at every ribbon cutting right others other the actually proudly declare their commitment to constituent services, New York, Senator named Al D'Amato proudly called himself Senator pothole because there is a pothole on your street. He'd send a crew or do something to get credit for it. Our governor Andrew Cuomo. He's not like that necessarily. He says he doesn't sweat the small stuff and don't, you know, it's all small stuff. Am I right gove Cuomo? I tend to focus on the issues that are highly. Packed full right. Okay. I'll take that as a premise and yet at the same time after telling us how he focuses only on that. Which is vital. He did let loose with this observation prison breakout. Dan, Amora, I just saw the movie the other day on TV. So I'm thinking about it Michael imperial early played me. I thought he did a good job. Why is he raising all this? I will tell you why. Here was the issue at hand. So the announcement that was gripping all New Yorkers, especially Brooklyn. It's also people live on fourteenth street is that the L train would be shutting down for over a year. Fifteen months. It's a crap train. But it's all they've got in Williamsburg, and Bushwick and all parts of Brooklyn Montross avenue, then love it to cab avenue. They love it Aberdeen street. They love it. They love it. They love the L train. They don't love the L train. But like I said, they're stuck with the L trade. Sometimes it gets you. There. But some L train that sometimes works is a lot better than no L train that doesn't work. And that was the plan. They were gonna shut it down fix it up. But I guess only as good as the L train ever ran which was not that good. But it was going to take over year. And this was being called in local media, the L Pakalitha, and it's because the backup plan without the L train was buses, and maybe a couple private cars thrown a donkey or two. There's just no good plan. New York has so much traffic kick over it can't go through it. You gotta go under it. And now the L train wasn't even go go under it. Well, it wasn't up until Andrew Cuomo took the stage because this the L train going offline for fifteen months. This apparently fell under the category of issues that are highly impactful and Andrew Cuomo told us all today that the L train will not be shutting down L Pokka lips. No, they have proposed a new design. To us in the tunnel. It is a design that has not been used in the United States before to the best of our knowledge just as a point of clarification to the best of your knowledge. So there might be a secret giant subterranean infrastructure project that using this design there are fewer than ten subway systems in the United States. I mean, they used to be one in Cleveland, there's not anymore. You got New York Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco, Atlanta. I mean, call one of those guys figure it out have we done this before they haven't done this before the governor continued with this design. It would not be necessary to close the L train tunnel at all not at all no way. Then again, he can't expect us to be that familiar with tunnels because I know many of you are familiar with tunnels and tunnel construction and tunnel design. Okay. Maybe he thinks more of his constituents or the assembled press corps than I do..

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"montross" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"montross" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"We've heard from coach les observed Montross chimed in as well Jones will rejoin us in a moment. But right now, it sounds like Adam Lucas is behind the scenes with one of Carolina's double figure scores. And that's Luke maye. Understandably happy Carolina locker room. Luke this team can really score. What makes this team? So good offensively. Yeah. I mean, we got a lot of guys that can get to the spa. In knockdown shots. And I just think we're very lethal on all fronts inside outside mid range on the break on the boards about this thing is really tough to stop us. And I mean, we turn the ball over almost twenty five times and scored over one hundred points, and that says a lot about our team. And the things we can accomplish part of the reason for turning over so many times but still being able to score bunches the great job on the boards. What we all able to do rebounding. Just control that area of the game. I thought it was huge just to really give us a big lift on the boards in coach preaches all the time about getting to the boys get into the boards get to the with us the game. And we did that tonight. And it all started with gnaws at the end of getting those offense aboard in that book. But a great team win. You look much more in a rhythm than you have a couple other games. What were you able to do to sort of get in the flow out there? Feel like I've been playing. The shots. I usually shoot. I mean, it's no different than any other game. This happen to be one of those nights that I just made some shots early on. Let me go on a great great game for us and a great team with they made some more shots in the second half. But overall it felt like a better defensive effort than the last couple of times out. What did y'all do better defensively? I thought we really did a good job of pressure on them and being upfront and trying to make sure they get them out of what they do. And I thought we did a great job at this fast with the box. That was big force only seventy eight players in the history of North Carolina basketball have scored a thousand points. What does it mean that one of those? Luke maye. Big. But it's not all about me. It's about the team and we've lost two games. And. I got to play better. And I think it's a good step in the right direction. We've got a big one next Saturday. Twenty points in sixteen rebounds for the huntersville senior and already flashing forward to next week against Kentucky in Chicago. That's a five fifteen tip time between the tar heels and Wildcats and just another obstacle to get across for the tar heels who have played is difficult to schedule as anybody getting through the non-conference portion of the season and just to recap what some of these opponents have looked like again going to Wofford and going to Ilan to open up the season hosting Stanford. Of course, the Tennessee tech and Saint Francis games were mixed in mid November. But since then it's been against Texas and UCLA on neutral floors at Michigan UNC w here Gonzaga, of course, in the rear view mirror, Kentucky, next and Davidson and Harvard before the ACC sleep begins with back to back road games at Pittsburgh and at North Carolina State to begin things and certainly no easy contests. Once you get into the ACC this. One wasn't easy. But the tar heels took care of business one oh three ninety beating Gonzaga again. It's just the first time Gonzaga's lost back to back games since February of two thousand fourteen and they've been to quality programs Tennessee last week Carolina tonight, the tar heels now eight and two Zack's nine and into we'll come.

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Paul Johnson retiring after 11 seasons as Georgia Tech football coach

Dave Ramsey

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Paul Johnson retiring after 11 seasons as Georgia Tech football coach

"Volunteers three forty seven to go in the second half. Auburn ranked number eight in the country has twenty four seven lead on Saint Peter's, midway through the first half and another SEC team number ten Kentucky coming up on Carolina's schedule here in less than a month Kentucky in Monmouth tip at eight thirty from Rupp arena. And that'll do it for your full and complete look at the North Carolina farm bureau scoreboard, helping you is what they do best. Again. It's the first time that Carolina has ever traveled to Michigan. But far from the first time these two teams have gotten together, and certainly no game would be any more memorable than the national championship. Game of nineteen Ninety-three were Carolina and our good, buddy. Eric Montross walked out of New Orleans as the national champions in that matchup, of course last year. Carolina one eighty six seventy one and Michigan ultimately will make a run to the national title game. Fall into Villanova and get Michigan playing Villanova earlier this year. If there's one thing that jumps out and tells you Michigan complaint was the seventy three forty six whipping of the Wildcats few weeks back at Michigan's best went on the season so far and now it faces its second ranked team this year with number eleven Carolina in town tonight. So that'll pretty much wrap things up and do it for this edition of countdown to tip off here on a Wednesday night from. Orioles sports network studios in the triangle. We are getting ready to send things up to the great midwest where Jones angel Eric

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"montross" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"montross" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Son. Three five kiss FM is Chicago's number one hit music station. Itself. What's up with a minute? Thank you. The same. No, no, no. Wouldn't you? Does she? Sorry. Traffic. No. Okay. Florida. No. Traffic brought to you by Amazon, busy outbound. Kennedy from the burn to Armitage than backing up at Montross to Nagel outbound. Eisenhower disabled vehicle at the tristate blocking the right lane. And.

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"montross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"montross" Discussed on KTRH

"Exclusions apply. Corner of west gray and Montross. Glad you're with us. Welcome in the Monday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, Doritos as it turns out or more than just a junk food for teens with the munchies they help deputies in San Bernardino, California. Lure a very large pay the size of a mini horseback. Home. The sheriff's department wrote online yesterday that deputies learned of the runaway pig and do to previous calls. They knew where the pig lived. They said the responding deputies quote, lured him back home with Doritos one of our deputies had in her lunch bag and the hungry pig followed their trail, the Instagram post was accompanied by a video showing and they weren't kidding about the size of this pig. Always had stood up on its hind legs would have dwarfed this. Female deputy that was lowering down the street with three does well for sure. This is a monster. That would that would be something to see because I don't think I've ever seen a pig. Stand up on the Tyne legs. Right. Well, yeah. I guess so and you know, again, apparently this big, I guess they knew where it lives because it had escaped before is that something, you know, we've gone through this before escaped animal, right? Why do they continue to sort of allow this to happen, right? I think a mildly offended by the by the age discrimination in your opening sentence, by the way. Doritos or more than just a junk food for teens with munches. Okay. Sure. Portent part of my diet, Mike, and I I don't I don't like that. Yeah. I I'd have to agree as well. I'm sort of just following the lead of the of the story that I kind of got this where I found this. But yes, I I would agree. There is no age discrimination. When it comes to Rita ranch. You gave me some ranch coup ranch. Definitely ranch. You know paired with wine or beer good for the afternoon, by the way with shows you and I have similar taste buds to pig. Yeah. Which is perhaps not uncommon for a man or people in radio for for that matter. And, you know, Gordon, there are a few of us who don't love pizza and many of us wish we could eat it every day. Enter a New Jersey man who says he only eating pizza for dinner every day since he was four years old Mike Roman who is now forty one told the new theory podcast that it was his mother that gave into his picky eating allowing him to only eat pizza for dinner and for about ten of those years, even a pizza every day for lunch. Oh, he now mixes it up with a peanut butter sandwich. Roman who works as a teacher only eats plain pizza with no toppings. He also typically goes out for pizza instead of cooking it at home Roman who is now married said that when he used to go out on dates, he only went out to places with pizza. Did he have pizza on his wedding day? You ask of course, he also had it at the cocktail hour and for lunch that day. How about on his honeymoon? Sure Aruba has pizza places. So your next question might be how healthy can a person who eats pizza every day. Be. Yes. Roman says, he has no health problems to speak up any manages to maintain normal way. Despite his greasy daily meal, adding that pizza has three of the four basic food groups. Okay. He does as we discussed before. But yeah. You know, he's a normal looking guys farces weight goes as probably because he's a super picky eaters is not snacking all the time. Like you. And I would be everything that's around. He's just waiting for his one meal pizza meal, man. You know, what I've I've started using on pizza for added flavor. Lemon salts lemon salt. Nice. I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of lemon evolve. Crushed red pepper. Oh boy. Nice combo. All right. We we're we're definitely eating something after this is over by the way, just quick math. Yeah. If.

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"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wgn radio live in the now wgn sports white socks over texas ten to five socks will start new series in cincinnati on monday night pregame with animators who at five thirty five i v six ten with ed farmer darren jackson right here on seven twenty wgn cubs sweet minnesota eleven ten the score they are off on monday check wgn traffic right now we've got an accident on the inbound bishop ford between one hundred and thirtieth and one hundred fifteenth street and another one on the outbound bishop ford near one hundred thirtieth and that is causing some delays right now on the inbound bishop ford between one hundred and thirty four th street one hundred fifteen hundred and fifteenth that is a sixteen minute trip right now that's about twelve minutes extra on your travel time on the inbound kennedy between montross sam adams that's a twenty one minute trip right now and checking the rest of the area expressways tollways and highways delays on the inbound kennedy between o'hare and downtown twenty nine minute trip on the outbound side twenty three minutes and over on lake shore drive we're seeing some delays as you make your way around the oak street curve downtown and some delays over on the dan ryan they're minor but between the bishop ford and downtown at say twenty one minute trip on the inbound side outbound is fifteen minutes for first one is traffic on demand get the traffic chicago app approved by team hockberg at perl mortgage just search t r af f i x chicago your forecast from.

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"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And it was that i was like oh my god it's there and and the girl says people come in and they just are in awe and they look around and say wow i can't believe that this is still here and they love it i mean it was just a really funny bit where people are going to the blockbuster over there and just like not not blockbusters haven't been close for that long here i mean i remember the one at irving and kimball or is it montross and kimball montross and kimball it was montross and kimball i think that was around it's because we're living in albany park and this was like two thousand eight two thousand nine two thousand ten it was still around and there are still video stores i believe that are functioning we talked about that with jeff with when when talking was on a couple of people texted and remember dante they texted him they called and they were like hey there's one here that's still operating one here that's still operating but yeah the one on montross and kimball was still around for for quite a while i think it was one of the last ones in the city to close so anyway blockbuster is a term from the forties how about this one keeping up with the joneses then he's competing to have a lifestyle or a socioeconomic status comparable to your neighbors the joneses so.

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"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"De show so like us now in the newsroom is vic vaughn okay but good morning sir good a gnome appears i hope not that should not be coming out of your nose should not be coming out of you know if you're sneezing seven times in a row i had a friend a friend who regularly would sneeze more way more than seven times in a row sixteen times was there was a girl in my math class i remember laura i can't remember last that she would sneeze we would all stop even the teacher and we would count no my friend guy patrick used to be like i mean he would sneeze and we would laugh harder with every sneeze like it would just get so ridiculous i remember we were in the aforementioned yesterday we were talking about you know where you know dan and his buddies used to hang out at a baker's square my friends and i used to hang out at this euro place called dimitrios which was on the corner of montross in central where there's a walgreens now and i remember we were in there one night and hanging out and he started this series of sneezes that just went on and on and on and we were laughing liquids every one of them i felt terrible for me because i don't want to sneeze twenty times in a row it's not very pleasant it feels so good though they get to sneeze out if it's good you know but anyway so he just can't and we just kept laughing i can't i don't know if we counted it but it was way up there we lost count because it was so funny it just got so funny we just he's in agony he wants to stop and it's like and he kept finally when that finished when that series finished because he was a multiple sneezing and finally when that series finished we were like okay that was the funniest thing of all time and he was like look i'm not i don't wanna sneeze that many times in a row and i promise you i try to get it all out with every sneeze i i really you know so yeah all right well vixen the newsroom everybody covering the sneezing news and telling us facts about what happens to you after seven sneezes are you a multiple sneeze or very rarely.

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"montross" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To chris montross the war photographer who saw conflict up close hovering moore's from liberia to libya where he ended up losing his life in twenty eleven childhood friend and fellow journalist greg campbell director of the new documentary on chris humphries available online now joined us last week we're bringing you part two of our interview greg reflected on his friends passion for photo journalism and his legacy after covering nearly every major global conflicts the one of the little girl in afghanistan whose parents have just been killed that is one that people just point to as as you know he was there with the troops and he's just a few feet away from her i think what a lot of people overlook about that photograph is that it required a lot of preparation to get into that spot to be able to have the the wherewithal and the presence of mind to take that photograph chris as we pointed out in the film went to iraq time and time again because he felt like it was so important that somebody be there to witness what our government our military was doing an our name as american citizens and you know going out on that patrol that night was elected he didn't have to do it and it was a highly contested city there was a lot of hostility going on and to be able to switch gears from thinking that that car that got fired upon with this family and it tragically was going to explode and he was going to be perhaps photographing a tragedy of a different type he then switched gears to be able to photograph very intimately and this other tragedy that had occurred and do it with such a presence of mind at i think a lot of people overlook the skill and the and the all the work that it took to be not only in that spot in the first place but also to have the technical wherewithal to pull it off now there are a lot of conflict zones around the world but he chose the places like libya and iraq and and liberia why those particular places.

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"montross" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"From the kiss expo in atlanta live on the radio on siriusxm friday the 19th of january channel 106 between two and four pm eastern time if you're at the expo head of the expo maybe i'll see there i'll be there on saturday abuna qna at one thirty for an hour with the audience and i'll be hanging around signing taken pictures of do all that sort of stuff as well so look for me if you're attending if you're not and you wanna hear of any vincent be sure to listen friday january 19th to my show from atlanta with vinnie vincent other stuff happening includes january 24th i'll be at the nam show i'll be broadcasting my radio show on volume from there as well and also on the 24th hosting the hall of heavy metal history awards at the wyndam anaheim also i'll be hosting ronnie montross remembered santa ana california the obzor vittori january 27th punch agreed artist getting together to pay tribute to the late ronnie montross and dr also we've got some cruises coming up cruise to the edge brilliance of the seas covering prague february third navigator of the seas i'll be on board february eleven for the monsters of raw crews on all the cruises i'll be broadcasting the volume show live every day you guys on our if you guys like rocky interviews rapto rock talk rock opinion guests and you're not getting the volume show daily well listen to what i just ran down broadcasts from two cruises broadcast from los angeles in the nam show broadcast from atlanta with vinnie vincent i mean look what we're doing their hope you join me on the volume show of you are not already other stuff just announced excited to be going back to talso always found the go to tulsa great times there march third on back of the idea ballroom hosting slaughter get your tickets now at stubbed wire rod oklahoma speaking of the tulsa area coming up twenty five twenty six and twenty seven annemarie back hosting in three again in columbia maryland information on that soon and i can tell you that a little scary thing here at that happened at the mary weather post pavilion in maryland where m3 takes place the roof came down but thankfully nobody was there.

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"montross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of me a sucked though phase out the window one and i think the warriors screen bothered girl is and they've i'm not mistaken low wagon go sideways a couple of good great store my goodness thanks through for sure and that we get tax than tweets as well tom what do you have back there in a life rich this is from my clara in montross california can you please ask rich gifts given the history gettysburg ghosts are more likely to be friendly or unfriendly hm what what do you think of that rich i mean you've got the experience there i would tend to think their friendly i've absolutely i mean the actual i would say documentation of goes to wing hateful mean things if a rare um even just nationwide that the idea of even running across one in a in a battlefield if this so low in odds that have not even worth considering most of the spirits that you're gonna went into a place like gettysburg our just lost i mean if they're intelligent their confuse they're probably just wanna be noticed they want to be seen um a lot of times just acknowledge unit you see them if probably bringing them some sort of happiness um and then like i said mentioned so many times earlier this conversation there's a lot of times you know they're going to be oblivious to you so i aiming of if this questions coming you know because you may have some fear trepidation about visiting some of these places don't have any of that because you know if you're fortunate enough to run into any of these poor souls you know it's going to be celebrating for you and maybe a you know brighton their afterlife up a little bit and of course has anybody based on your research been killed by an apparition no um i think the closest you know we get to this subject when you start getting into the ideas of possession and.

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"montross" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pass up overt way did win the wagon came up while he's tired of me a tugboat phase out the window one and i think the warriors screen bothering the girl and i'm not mistaken the way don't sideways a couple of luke good story goodness thanks through for shearer that we get taxed and tweets as well tom what do you have back there in la f rich this is from uh clara in montross california can you please ask rich if given the history gettysburg ghosts are more likely to be friendly or unfriendly oh but what do you think of that rich i mean you've got the experience there i would tend to think their friendly i've absolutely i mean the actual i would say documentation of goes to wing hateful mean things it's a rare um even just nationwide that the idea of even running across one in a in a battle if this so low in odd that it's not even worth considering most spirit that you're gonna wanting to a place like get his or arctic law i mean after intelligent dr confuse they're probably just want to be notice they want to be seen um a lot of times just acknowledging that you see them if probably bringing them some sort of happiness um and then like us mentioned from incomes earlier this compensation is a lot of time you know they're going to be oblivious to you so i aiming at if this questions coming because you may have some here trepidation about visiting fellow these places don't have any of that because you know if you're portugal enough to run into any of these poor souls you know it's going to be celebrating for you and maybe it you know frightened there after life up a little bit and of course has anybody based on your research been killed by an apparition no um i think the closest you know we get to this subject when you start getting into the ideas of possession and whether or not the entities.

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"montross" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on KELO

"Toys hey right government door may and i thought this is too good to pass up all over it why he did go in the way in came up long succo phase out the window and one and i think the warriors screamed martyr the girl and i'm not mistaken luway and don't cite legal balloon could good story my goodness thanks through for sure that we get tax than tweets as well tom what you have back there in la f rich this is from clara in montross california can you please ask rich gifts given the history gettysburg ghosts are more likely to be friendly or unfriendly what what do you think of that rich i mean you've got the experience there i would tend to think their friendly i've absolutely i mean the actual i would say documentation of goes to wing hateful mean things is a rare um even just nationwide that the idea of even running across one in a in a battlefield if this so lower in an odd that have not even worth considering most of the spirit that you're going to run into a place like gettysburg of lost i mean if they're intelligent nor confuse they're probably just want to be noticed they want to be seen um a lot of times just acknowledging that you see them as probably bringing them mm some sort of happiness um and then like i s i mentioned so many times earlier this conversation is a lotta time they're going to be oblivious to you so i i mean if this question coming in a because you may have some fear trepidation about building some of these places don't have any of that because in oh if you're fortunate enough to run into any of these poor souls you know it's going to be accelerating for you and maybe you know frightened there after i felt a little bit and of course has anybody based on your research been killed by an apparition no um i think the closest you know we get to this subject when you start getting into the ideas of possession.

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"montross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on KTRH

"Favour a couple of door me and i thought this is too good to pass up trouble overt way did go in the way getting came up long decided to me unacceptable phase out the window one and i think the warriors screamed bothered the girl and they've i'm not mistaken the way give dumpsite lease a couple of luke great store goodness thanks through for sure that we get tax than tweets as well tom what do you have back there in la rich this is from my clara in montross california can you please ask rich gifts given the history gettysburg ghosts are more likely to be friendly or unfriendly what what do you think of that rich i mean you've got the experience there i would tend to think their friendly i've absolutely i mean the actual i would say documentation of goes to wing hateful mean things if a rare um even just nationwide that the idea of even running across one in a in a battlefield if this so lower in an odd that it's not even worth considering most of the spirit that you're gonna run into a place like gettysburg are just lost i mean if they're intelligent dr confuse they're probably just want to be noticed they want to be seen um a lot of times just acknowledging that you see them it's probably bringing them some sort of happiness um and then like us mentioned so many times earlier this conversation is a lot of times you know they're going to be oblivious to you so i i mean if this questions coming you know because you may have some fear trepidation about visiting some of these places don't have any of that because you know if you're fortunate enough to run into any of these poor souls you know it's going to be celebrating for you and maybe you know frightened there after life up a little bit and of course has anybody based on your research been killed by an apparition no um i think the closest you know we get to this subject when you start getting into the ideas of possession and whether or not the into these that are actually possessing a person are nonhuman in nature or demonic style russian or whether they actually inhabited by a quote unquote evil spirits um because there have been you know extra systems and possession cases that have gone awry that could have.

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"montross" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"montross" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"I thought this is too good to pass up trump overt way did go in the wagon came up long diet of me as tugboat base out the window and one and i think the warriors screen bothered the girl and i'm not mistaken the wagon go sideways a couple of lucas great store goodness thanks through for sure that we get tax than tweets as well tom what do you have back there in la f rich this is from clara in montross california can you please ask rich if given the history gettysburg ghosts are more likely to be friendly or unfriendly come on what do you think of that rich i mean you've got the experience there i would tend to think their friendly i've absolutely i mean the actual i would say documentation of goes to wing hateful mean things if a rare um even just nationwide that the idea of even running across one in a in a battlefield is this so lower in odd that it's not even worth considering most of the spirit that you're gonna run into a place like gettysburg arktis lost i mean if they're intelligent dr confused they're probably just want to be noticed they want to be seen um a lot of times just acknowledging that you see them if probably bringing them mm some sort of happiness um and then like us to mention so many times earlier this conversation and a lot of times they're going to be oblivious to you so i i mean if this questions coming you know because you may have some eur trepidation about building some of these places don't have any of that because you know if you're fortunate enough to run into any of these poor souls you know it's going to be exhilarating for you and maybe it you know frightened there after life up a little bit and of course has anybody based on your research been killed by an apparition no um i think the closest you know we get to this subject when you start getting into the ideas of possession and whether or not the entities.

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"montross" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"montross" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And he was never miss the night a stretching he was a clever bull worker and the great wraps up aided have the you know on a dell's voice but that wasn't uh that wasn't what then hair one's about he had the perfect voice prevent hayward the new tour that initial tour no you you guys were third builds to by ronnie montross in the middle slot and journey as the headliner is that correct you've got it but that's not that was the first to three months to the tour after that we open and for the sabbath crew which was a great blunts you guys i mean we really got along with sap it's very well but it's also well documented and i think a lot has been discussed about the fact that you guys open for sabbath at a time where the wheels were starting to come off for black sabbath so it's it's been widely reported that that van halen really really torched them pretty much every night that it was a hard act for sabbath to come on after was that your assessment be and not out there in those early years as well i would say no putting follow us and become took all i mean ted nugent added the on the one show and after which we heard that he would never have us all the handicap ah mainly it was totally blown off the stage osce i'm sorry you carry its own but like i said we were a brilliant stage at all which were to our whole career.

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