17 Burst results for "Monty Montgomery"

"monty montgomery" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I don't know how he is going to sound. I didn't listen to coach Stoops Post game on Saturday. Obviously, there's an odd one couldn't see it because I didn't want to go through all the streaming issues. I was still buzzing about the Louisville win on Friday night at a Cardinal stadium, man. Oh, man, was that great? Mary and I were there and that part of that pandemonium. I mean, the place wasn't as populated as I'd hoped, but they sure made a lot of noise. And after the game, Jody Deming, of course to sideline reporting on the U of L network. He did get to talk to Mr Pick six right away. And Jody was a difficult even hear what you were saying. And you and Jalen were saying back and forth because of the noise. I had headphones on and I had a headache. No, it was it was crazy. You know, I think Paul made the point right before. Kind of towards the middle of the fourth quarter. There, Terry that it felt like there were 90,000 people there. It really did. And I think it was just Like you said, or we were just talking. It was because We needed. Everybody needed that. You know what I mean? Like, just like a relief for everybody to be cheering for something That was that was positive. That was good. That was fun. And yes, Jalen was great. It was funny, he said. You know, he said to me on the on the sideline there, you said. Uh, I looked up and I was like, Is this real? I mean, he didn't he legit didn't have any idea. That he was even going to go into the game. Until because he had not played yet until Derek Nicholson. Yelled at him and told him to get his helmet and he was kind of looking around going. What do you talking about? And he was like you're going in and Monty Montgomery had gotten hurt. And so the poor kid had never been in the game that night night and didn't know what was going on, and he was in the game. So he went wild moment. He went 0 to 60 just like that without breaking a sweat because there wasn't even time to think about it. No, it wasn't. And by the way he did, it was in the wrong place. I heard that it was in the right place for Louisville football because he was in the spot where he got the interception. But when he watches the film when they watched the film yesterday, I'm sure they got on his case. I'm sure they loved on him a lot. And then they got on his case a little bit because he was in the wrong spot on the defense. We love you for what? You did your instincts. However, you were supposed to be here Nonetheless, The ball bounced right up in the air and he was deflected. I guess by the U. C F receiver, he catches it and then boom has gone has the instinct to use the sideline and use that last blocker right before the end zone, So You know, he for a guy who was over on the sidelines, thinking about butterflies A few minutes earlier. He was right on point. And I don't know Terry like there's so many things when you kind of When you kind of unpack that whole play and everything that happened to me. You know, it's a guy who hadn't played. It's a game where until those two passes that Malik the one Malik through in the one that Gabriel through there, So they do those two passes that there was no, you know, there is no turnovers. It was an awesome Played game. There wasn't many penalties. You know what I mean? Like there was I think. I mean, I think Louisville had, what, two or three and you know. You see, you have had three or four. So I mean, it was a pretty perfect game to that. Then you go on the fact that Louisville needed that win. They had They needed something positive to happen and just the way that it did it did for them. You throw in the fact that Gabriel, the quarterback for UCF, probably is out for the season. Now. After that last play, he went down on his on his shoulder and broke his collarbone. So he's probably done for the season. It's just wild and crazy. There are so many things that happened within the last couple minutes. Just awful to for Gabriel. I mean, you know, have that kid he he was a great quarterback in that game and so tough for him happy for Louisville's victory, and on we go, so Florida State's obviously is not the usual Florida state. People down. There are pretty upset, and this is the right time, I guess for Louisville to catch them hopefully Yes, they haven't been. They have not been always three. They haven't started when. Three since Bobby Bowden's first year as a coach and their own three after losing the wake Forest, then they look terrible. And I thought that losing the weight forest they actually moved the ball. But a kind of penalties and six turnovers, six turnovers, Terry and they had penalties like you know, Late hits out of founds and things that were just That we're just you don't have to do you know, I mean things that you shouldn't do. It's uh it's going to be interesting. I don't think There will be a crowd there The last time we went there. Uh, you know, Louisville should have won the game. They kind of gave it up at the end two years ago. It was Willie Taggart last year, and it was kind of the day that I think everybody was like this guy's done kind of thing, Probably Tigers. And I think it will be the same this time as far as a little crowd and a lot of pressure on Mike Norell to try to right. The ship. Down there. I mean, it's weird for Florida State, too, because you're talking about a program that should be so much better. But you're also talking about a program that has a guy coaching. At another school in his first coaching job, then I think everything is clamoring to have their at Florida State and not talking about Dion Sanders and you have. He's one of the most beloved guys in the history of Florida State football. And now he's a coach, so they're already calling for Dion Terry, quite honestly, and it's going to be. I think it would be a good atmosphere for Louisville because it won't be very crowded. Yeah. And one more thing about Jalen Alderman. The young man who got that interception for Louisville at the end of the game ran down the sideline. He has a new shirt. I saw this because of the new N I l I saw there was something on social media saying, Hey, new shirt, Mr Pick six. Good for him..

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Yoga, a yoga studio. Near Texas is Fort Hood that's been helping our tough military men and women find their way. Here's our own Monty Montgomery with his story or as long as she can remember. Beth Funk has always been surrounded by our armed forces. I am a child of the military. So my my dad was active duty military for 33 years I moved all around my whole life actually went to 10 schools By the time I graduated from high school, so we had a very mobile and wonderful life. And right after I graduated from college at the University of Texas I married my husband, Paul, and he is an active duty service member. So really, I have spent my and entire life within the military community and actually only spent two weeks in between the time I graduated from college and the time I got married, so I would say that's the only two weeks of my life where I haven't had like a Have been a military dependent or had a military ID card. I really wish I could say that I had gotten started with a yoga practice much earlier in my life, but it really was a very bad back injury that got me started on the on the path.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"And we return to our American stories and up next, a story from one of the first museums dedicated to Jewish history and heritage in the United States self Agreement Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. The museum's archives contain countless oral and written histories of Jews in Georgia and Alabama, and we happened to visit When they were celebrating their 25th anniversary and putting on the hood Spur Exposition. The celebration of Jewish stories from the South. He is our own Monty Montgomery. With a story in Atlanta, Georgia, close to downtown and right next to the Center for Puppetry Arts is the Bremen Jewish Heritage Museum. One of the few museums dedicated to Jewish history in the deep South. Here's Jane Levy, the founding executive director of the Bremen, with more You know the Jewish history in this country. Most people think of as the big cities North and so Southern Jewish history For people who aren't Jewish history scholars is something that I'll see more But how long have Jewish people been in the south and in Georgia? Here's the Bremen's founding archivist, Sandy Berman. But the answer to that question since 17 33 right after Oglethorpe came to settle the colony, Jews were on the next ship, and they were At first, not entirely welcome, the Charter said, And that was only for Christians. But there was a physician on board and there was a an illness going around. And.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Jazz in and michael johnson. Getting down there then. Then i loved him john stewart. Yeah jamming if i were. If i were him. I would have kept that suit. That's red hit. Have they know that the black lodge floor isn't like that kind of like dark green and white yellow wide on it. It looks more black and white. It looks like the floor in harry. Spencer's apart almost kind of sickly white. If you will. It's like an open white yellow color. Yeah is we get gross. Mucci smooching we go. We get the kiss consider necrophilia and not in the lodge. Everybody's just something something else. My father taught me off. So we do find that what she whispers. Yeah yeah we do she says was my my father who killed me executive producers mike frost and david lynch the yeah. That's that's all we know for now at this part ends up yet going into the the closing monty montgomery the cowboy cowboy and from another place to get. I mean. that's the thing if you'd had if you had just this this this international pilots right. There's no there's no giant there is no on training there's no. This is the only black lingerie. There's nothing in the woods. There's no i'll a you. Don't get with earl. There's there's no jozies face in the up and you didn't even get the white lodge you know we've no you don't get any lodges except for this one. You don't get palmer with white hair no you don't get any of that stuff. That's our pilot and ultimate payers pilot. Everybody hope you enjoyed it. I know i did. You enjoy it. Oh it was great fun them you do. I comment march the rest of it. Oh yes indeed. I did it was. It definitely was very educational. If you will at any any any time i to hang out with the two of you in any full mouche was oblast. So of course had a great time. But yeah as i mentioned before you know this is all you go by you miss out on so much yes you we do. If you don't watch the sees the series proper now essentially what this is is now. This international pilot is like a novelty once. You've actually gone through the series and you're like desperate for more that you go back and you're going. Oh this is interesting. It's more like a curiosity. I think i agree. I think one should probably maybe not not watch this. Unless you've actually watched the whole series as a whole because it was the fact that the decay we folks who've listened to you guys heard you discussed the whole everything twin peaks related but anybody's listening. Who wants to get people involved in in twin peaks and.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This'd is, is our American stories and up Next, A story from Tyler granted all of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tyler has one of the most interesting side gigs I've ever heard of. He's an onion ring reviewer, and he posts his reviews on his block named Solar caper. Which in Latin means onion alone. Use our own Monty Montgomery With more on this story in a world dominated by subpar onion rings. One man rises against all to find the cream of the crop. On a journey that started an economic form in Atlanta but continues nationwide on the streets of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Man seeking the best onion Well. That's Tyler Granted all I don't know. I'm not trying to toot my own horn or anything, but I think at this point it must be one of the world's leading experts and onion rings, if only by the virtue that nobody else's and nobody else cares. It's not just a hobby. It's sort of a mission. You could do it with any food in theory, I guess, but I don't think it would work with all them like french fries or hamburgers for whatever reason to think onion rings have that potential for greatness. That most people don't bother to do. But a good restaurant will because in a sense, most people don't care about onion rings. It's kind of a throwaway. He's an appetizer or aside, it's using at the start of a place. So they could be putting effort into.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Trail Clark who couldn't come down with it, and you know we knew coming into this game. Jordan Travis not particularly accurate throwing the ball. Ripley, right. I mean, sometimes football's just just physics. You're gonna roll a guy to his white. Ask him to spin and throw the ball all the way to the left side numbers. That's just not within his real house, where he is, is a passing right there. He gives the reduction handoff. LaDainian Webb, who has stood up there is a flag down on the play. Flags were dropped at the snap. Wait and see what that is. Webb has had very little on the ground at all Today. In this game after 100 yard game last week, Information Office four players in the backfield penalty's declined Turned out. The news gets worse for Mike, nor bills offense, they could find the penalty to bring up third and long. Web only 46 yards on the day on six Kerry's now And this is must have now for Florida State. If you have any hope of staying in the game with eight minutes to go in the third quarter. Now you're forming a quarterback. A 13 12 situation. He's not a Polish passages, yet certainly not going to thrive in this type of situation. Five receivers, no backs. How Web trots back into the backfield is an extra blocker. Travis pulls out for the protection. It's a 3rd and 12. They need their own 31 Travis Rolling left is being chased and he is under pressure and down late flags, though it is a sad What if that is a face mask? It is an early Christmas gift for the Seminoles because it's going to give him a first personal foul facemask number 7 15 yard penalty, then run. Automatic. First. You want to know why head coaches go through Maalox by the case and have no hair like Mae. It's stuff like that. You had him stopped and you grab the face mask to give him a first down. Perfectly played by the Cardinals defense. They went with a three man rush, but they kept number seven Monty Montgomery as the spy. Recognizing that Jordan Travis was most likely going to break the pocket. Montgomery does a tremendous job.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"C. C and 2049 bowls of 14 of six, including the last two Today. Louisville's offense is probably the best unit on the field, though they have dipped from second in the A. C C, the middle of the pack and yards per play since last season. Redshirt sophomore running back J. V, and Hawkins is fourth in the country in Russian. He was bottled up on the ground last week in that Granger of a lost to Notre Dame, but did have his best career receiving game with five catches. Hawkins had just seven receptions total in the 1st 18 games of his career. He's caught eight balls over the last two. 22 Atwell is fourth in the A, C C and receptions and tied third with four touchdowns. The Louisville defense has taken another step forward from the nightmare of 2018. They've got a couple playmakers at linebacker, Senior Dorian Ethridge is tied for the national lead with 9.5 tackles for loss. Monty Montgomery is now top 10 and sacks following his to sack day in South Bend. Florida State's offense may have found its identity since Jordan. Travis took over at quarterback there, up to fifth in the A, C C and rushing after finishing bottom four in the league each of the last three seasons. The old line. Much maligned the last few years is top 20 in line yards per football outsiders. The Seminoles defense is allowing 6.6 yards per play last in the A. C. C, but they were awesome in the first half last week against an explosive UNC offense to set up that upset victory. Cornerback Asante Samuel Junior has put up stellar numbers. His three picks are tied first in the nation. Plus, he's broken up five passes. Third down will be key. Today. Both offenses are moving the change less than 40% of the time, and both defense's are in the bottom four of the A. C C defensively on third down, so.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Have a full recap of today's game, including highlights, stats and a final look at the national scoreboard. Now let's go back to Jack Nolan inside the Notre Dame that work studio. I have Jack Nolan Back in our Notre Dame Radio Network studio on the west Side of Notre Dame Stadium. Ryan Harris remains In the broadcast booth high above the field on the East Side and Ryan. There will be a great deal of wailing and gnashing of teeth about Notre Dame fans after the Irish only scored 12 points today to beat Louisville, 12 to 7, but good teams win games like this. You go back a couple of years when the Irish made it to the champ. To the playoff against Clemson, and they struggled against Pittsburgh at home. You were taking on a cardinal team today and we'll get to the offense in a second, and I know you've got a lot of thoughts on that. But you were taking on a cardinal team today. That averaged 424 yards in total offense per game compared to Notre Dame came into 4 75. This defense today held Louisville to 234 total yards, and they held the leading rusher. In the A. C. C. J. B and Hawkins to just 51 yards on 15 carries. While we are upset and disappointed in the efficiency and productivity of the offense, the defence came to play today against a very athletic Louisville team that didn't turn the ball over. They really did Drew Whitehead next outstanding game, arguably his best game of the year. Jeremiah, whose succor Amoah played admirably as well, You'd love to see a couple of more plays from the defensive line, but Dalen Hayes had a great game his best of the season. So you had some pretty big place from some from some key players on your defense. And then just the adjustments they made at half time. And just a continued resilience of Clark Lee and his group to never get down on themselves. Never argue and bicker with themselves. And for everybody who wants to talk about. Well, how come? No. Dan didn't beat Louisville more than five points? How about being Florida last week losing to Texas A and M. I mean, losses happen and tough teams come to play every week when you're a Notre Dame when you're in Alabama, who, by the way I gave up 40 points last week, So it's one of those deals. Where to the uneducated fan. You could be upset to the Notre Dame fan. You could be upset, expecting dominance, the tradition of dominance that only we've seen from coach Kelly's team, but what we know from Irish football. The truth of the matter is you're going to get the best game from every single team you play last year. That was Pittsburgh and this year so far, it's been Louisville. Now, would you look at this Louisville team I remember last year in my role was to be on the sidelines and the sidelines are not the best place to watch the game. But one thing jumps out at you. That doesn't jump into the booth. Doesn't jump through the screen, its speed and athleticism and I remember saying early last year. Wow, This is a very athletic and fast Louisville team. Now, every organization that rates offensive lines. I haven't seen anyone. Who does that? Who hasn't rated the Notre Dame offensive line tops in the country, including pro football focus. So what went on today? What did Louisville do? How did they frustrate the Irish offensive line to the point where they couldn't have their normal success, noting? Did rush for 4.7 yards per carry, and I did have the ball for 35 minutes and 40 seconds. But they couldn't finish drives. Why Great question. Great question Jack and its not the offensive line. It's the design runs that they called. They were calling runs over the A and B gaps that's right next to the shoulders of the center and the guard right in front of the quarterback. And when you've got a team like Louisville, whose best strength defensively is their linebackers as we had Monty Montgomery have himself a day You have to get to the edge. You have to make them run and cover the field. They got to that in the second half. But have they got into it earlier? You have to go into a game prepared for that Any time. A team has great linebackers. You know, the blitz is coming and you know it's coming. In the middle of your offense, so you gotta really pitch the ball. We'll see some of the pitches that made Darius Walker and others so successful at Notre Dame, and they just didn't get to it. Quick enough. You've got to give the offensive time offensive line, the ability and time to get out in space and destroyed impact the defense with their will and physicality, and that just didn't happen. Play call wise until the second half. Now. Conversely, every scoring drive hired, Williams made a play and he made the play that put the game away. 25 carries today 127 yards. If we spin it back about seven or eight weeks, the question was Who's going to be the dominant back This year is a kind of the Armstrong nobody else has. Any experience, I think Karen Williams has established. Not only is he Notre Dame's dominant back, but he's one of the best backs in the A. C. C in the country, for that matter, when it's a great sign of the coaching that these players are getting, because I I echo your statement, Kyron Williams made some big plays when he had to, and was capable and confident Doing so. Ian Book also made a huge place going to games only touchdown for the Irish. And then Ben Saronic, who hasn't had a catch for three weeks. I mean, Jack, you've been around teams like I have you. I don't know. A single receiver doesn't get a football through on their way. For three weeks, he still comes out works and then oh, by the way, his second catch of his season, his career as a Notre Dame wide receiver. He also gets a monster first down, so just great attention to detail, perseverance and persistence. My key players on Notre Dame's offense in book 12 carries today for 47 yards, and that includes the yard they deduct because he got sacked a bunch. He completed 11 of 19 passes for 107 yards, but he didn't make any mistakes, No turnovers. But what were his issues today? Well, it's tough man because he was under pressure a lot. He had been sacked three times all season leading into this game and got sacked five times today. So there was not a lot of opportunity when they're running on 1st and 2nd down and you think about his dropbacks. Then all of a sudden, you know on third and gotta have it. They're blitzing. And you really They really didn't get that blitz pickup dialed in. Until the second half, So there's some communication that needs to improve. Also, some some play calls me when you have, and I had it in my notes watching the film. Anytime you have a defense like Louisville, who's going to drop a lot of their players, especially their corners. You have to have underneath routes. That's what's Corona got open on on the big, third and six. That's also what happened with success. So Javon McKinley and others throughout the game. You have to go underneath these players because they're just worried about going getting beat over top. They don't care what happens in front of them. So is plenty of yards to gain in that space. We'll name our player of the game right after this time out. This is the Notre Dame Football Radio network. Hi Notre Dame fans Burmeister here for ups. Your customers want more of your business..

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Him out at encore golf dot com as well as are many other fine advertisers. I'm your host Dennis overs, promising you a very exciting show, one that will highlight a very exciting tour event Noodle Las Vegas. Coming here all the way from South Korea, the plane of the siege, a cup and our very own Shadow Creek Golf Club, always rated as one of the top 50 courses in the country. And I must say, number one in my heart if that really means anything to you all, but it's just a fabulous facility will be chatting with the general manager of Shadow Creek, Mr Monty Montgomery, who has a long history with the club. And no one better qualified to talk about the tournament and the golf course before we get to money, Montgomery just a bit of history on the CJ Cup here in Las Vegas. North Las Vegas. To be exact. The CJ Cup is in fact, a regular PGA Tour event, even though it's been played in South Korea. The first time it was contested was October of 2017. The first three tournaments were played at the nine Bridges Golf Club of Jeju Island in South Korea. This is a no cut event and always attracts a world class field from not only the U. S PGA Tour But also the Korean tour and the Asian tour who play for just under just under $10 Million. So a lot of money at stake Bathory, winners of the siege a cup have been in 2017 Justin Thomas 2018 was Brooks kept A and last year was Justin Thomas again. All right. Now, let's get Teo, the man that will shed some insight on the event. And that is the aforementioned money. Montgomery, the general manager of Shadow Creek and money, First of all, Always always great talking with you. And thanks for coming on the show and let me start off this bye bye asking about Shadow Creek, which is always in fantastic shape. But what are you guys doing to me? Prepare for this event in early October. Well, benefits for thanks for having a son were very We're super excited to host the event, and, uh, it was kind of last second. They came about a couple months ago and And they called and asked. Hey, can you, uh, have CJ Cup out there? And, of course, went through. Ah! Our legal side and our higher ups, and here we are. Uh, right now, uh, just because it's over seating, which makes it very difficult. Uh, To understand kinda. What is goingto happen? Uh, when we first opened its kind of mother nature, but what we're doing is we're cleaning up. Of course, we're trying to get the right dress in with the over seed. Cleaning up and trying to make it is visually pleasing as possible. And, uh, of course, the team we have out here is extraordinary. And and, uh, they're working their tails off right now to make this place is beautiful as possible. It's always beautiful. I don't know how many people have been fortunate enough to Ah to play Shadow Creek. I have been, and that's one thing I could say The course is always in just fantastic conditions. I mean, everywhere you look and These guys? Certainly that have not played there before. Obviously are just, you know, mean No, They're just really going, Tio. Enjoy it. Do you know who the C J group is? Money that people that sponsored this event? Well, I kind of looked into it, and I'm not really familiar with him yet. Like you said the last the last month or so. We've been just trying Tio prepare the golf course the best we can. And to get it, uh, an immaculate shape for these for these 78 players, the best 78 players in the country. Besides, maybe a couple that won't show up, but, uh, I haven't met them yet. I'm sure they'll be here in the next week or two. And I'll be able to familiarize myself with them when they arrived, But I haven't met anybody yet. Yeah, well, I'm sure they're looking forward, Tio coming out and seeing the golf course meeting you and enjoying the great hospitality. You know that the creek is known for. Why do you think money that the creek in fact got the nod to hold this event and why? Why are they not having it in South Korea, like in the years past. Well, that's there's not going to have it there. Just just do the cove it. You know, when they put things there seem like they're getting a little, uh, easier, less restrictions, but At the point that they were looking at this, you know, things were pretty pretty dim. Self Shadow Creek, I guess just popped into their head is the perfect spot. You know for no fans, Shadow creaks a great place to come out and experience and I'm guessing it's maybe from the match. There and probably got a good word there, But like I said, I haven't talked to those. And we'll talk to the higher ups on the CJ side yet, so I really don't know their decision making on why they wanted to play here. Yeah, did I'd I'd love to find out I'd love to find out whether they shopped any other courses, too. You know? Ah, around the country. From what? From what the PGA Tour told me When we met about a month and a half ago, it was Shadow Creek or nothing. Really, Really. So yeah, that was kind of what we heard. I don't know if that's a fact or not, but You know, that's what we were told at the time. Well, they they certainly made the right decision in that. That's that's very interesting to know we're talking with money. Montgomery, the general manager, out it Shadow Creek and, Ah, money is you just mentioned alluded to Shadow Creek is hosted a number of big time events. In the past, you know, like the match a couple years ago between a Tiger and Phil, the Mike Jordan, Michael Jordan and a celebrity event there for years and the event hosted by Derek Jeter. You know when others. Ah, What do you think, is the allure to people like this toe hold such events there. Well, it's just a special place menace. You know that. And everybody that has played here just loves Shadow Creek, Tom Fazio and, uh, just made a special place here, uh, back in 89 90. And it it really hasn't changed. I mean, we we remodeled the golf course in 2008, but I believe that everybody that comes out here truly enjoys the experience. And and that's basically word of mouth golf course like this, because it's so hard to get on itself. I think it's You know your tie. It's such a great golf course to its very fair, uh, demanding on your approach shots. Very good greens like you said, always an immaculate condition..

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This's our American stories and up next, a story from Tyler granted all of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tyler has one of the most interesting side gigs I've ever heard of. He's an onion ring reviewer, and he posts his reviews on his block named Solar Caper. Which in Latin means Onion alone. Here's our own Monty Montgomery with more on this story in a world dominated by subpar onion rings. One man rises against all to find the cream of the crop. On a journey that started an economic form in Atlanta but continues nationwide on the streets of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The man seeking the best onion. Well, that's Tyler Granted all I'm not trying to toot my own horn or anything, but I think at this point, it must be one of the world's leading experts and onion rings. If only by the virtue that nobody else's and nobody else cares. It's not just a hobby. It's it's sort of a mission. You could do it with any food. In theory, I guess, but I don't think it would work with all tthe, um like french fries or hamburgers. Whatever reason, I think onion rings have that potential for greatness that most people don't bother to do. But a good restaurant will Because In a sense, most people don't care about onion rings. It's kind of a tearaway. He's an appetizer.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on KTRH

"Our American stories and up next, a story from Tyler granted all of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tyler has one of the most interesting side gigs I've ever heard of. He's an onion ring reviewer. And he posts his reviews on his block named Sola paper, which in Latin means Onion alone. Here's our own Monty Montgomery with more on this story in a world dominated by subpar onion rings. One man rises against it all to find the cream of the crop on a journey that started an economic form in Atlanta. But continues nationwide on the streets of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Man seeking the best onion Well, that's Tyler Grendel. I'm not trying to toot my own horn or anything, but I think at this point, it must be one of the world's leading experts in onion rings, if only by the virtue that nobody else's and nobody else cares. It's not just a hobby. It's it's sort of a mission. You could do it with any food in theory, I guess, but I don't think it would work with all thumb like french fries or hamburgers for every reason in the onion rings have that potential for greatness. That most people don't bother to do. But a good restaurant will Because in a sense most people don't care about onion rings. It's kind of a throwaway use an appetizer or aside it's using at the start of a place so they could be putting effort into something that you could do cheaply that you could do poorly. That says to me a lot about what the restaurant does in other ways. The first was actually a saucy dog barbecue in Jonesville, Michigan, right outside of Hillsdale, and I got the onion rings and I was kind of blown away by them because they didn't fit by paradigm of what an onion ring wass. Which,.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"She really liked her a lot in feeling like a real failure when this movie came up like she was gonna move like I said she was going to move back to, Australia, she was going to pack it in but she was. Friends with Nicole Kidman who kept saying something's GonNa come something was gonna come so. Far from tanker all but that was about it. That was what I knew her from also when I love her intake girl. Yeah, exactly. something. That I thought was interesting was Johann of talks about the casting procedure. and she says that like I, you make lists of who you think would be right for the relief roles. Right, and then you pick someone off that list and if they accept. Then, you start with the other roles. So just a little insight into the casting her her her process was very interested but obviously, Lynch's candidate process a little different. His tax is a little superficial I, think. A. Little Bit yeah I'd say so little on the super a little superficial site. He's looking at headshots going yeah. That's that this is the girl going yeah this. This girl. And then ler hearing this was interesting. She was talking about. First of all Joanna Ray met her because she had apparently done a movie for her son Paul Delray Yeah so Like this low budget film like a low budget film. So that's how she knew who she was. and. She was late to her meeting with David Lynch because she was in a car accident right and Said you've got like so excited when when she got the call to meet Lynch she was on the freeway and then bump the car in front of her. Then she had to call back and say, well, like Sorry I can't come in because I was just in an accident can they Michigan and? Yeah and she gets like you know that your character starts off in a car accident right? Like this is Kismet. There's that. And Pretty. Pretty, pretty scary. And Jessica through was in New York and so he had to send tape. So had a little bit more of a traditional. On. More of a crush traditional thing and then. He tells the story about. Montgomery seen. Yes. I love this. since he can't memorize his lines justin through was talking about these. So he knows that he's not an actor. So he's Hey, you wanna run lines of these. No I got it. I looked at it this morning he gets like three words in and it can't remember anything. So you didn't understand the memorize this stuff he didn't quite understand that. The depth of memorization. So He Suggested through so that they had to have his money Montgomery's dialogue tate suggested through's like forehead and chest. That's why they shot him from behind because. Looking to see if you can see like a little corner of a piece of paper. They did a good job of hiding it. But yeah, his, it's like the suit calls diaper. In us in the original Superman movie that Brando is reading from but Yeah, Monty Montgomery was friends with David Lynch, and so he liked he liked the look and thought he was good for and he's He's great..

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They could to help the workers that were displaced by this law and south bend is probably a better place now than it was you know back when Studebaker was there I appears to have been there but I think overall it got better one thing I do really appreciated for the city itself has great automotive heritage they have an outstanding museum of the certificate national museum and they have gatherings of Studebaker enthusiasts every year and it's just really you know they don't try to bury the past the celebration and that's the way it should be this is this is American industrial history you know good or bad we should recognize it and that's what we do here at our American stories every day we don't try and bury the past we celebrated and that's the good the bad and everything in between you've been listening to Patrick foster automotive historian great job is always to Monty Montgomery our in house Hillsdale grad bringing us another really fine story this one about American automotive history and in the end American manufacturing history which is in the end a really important part of American history telling the business story of this country well it's telling the story of this country and my goodness what an impact the closing of this plant had on this small town south bend Indiana it was devastating what a given life to the town ultimately took some life away please him.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Stories we tell stories about just about everything here on the show and this next story it's all about the tow truck here's Monty Montgomery they get excited ditches they're on call twenty four seven to assist us on some of our worst days they can also be unhappy site for people who forget to pay their bills for how to I'm of course talking about the tow truck a machine that we often forget the importance of the behind the wheel of the structure our men and women dedicated to what they do the tow truck industry is is a twenty four seven industry you know if someone broke down at three AM someone is come out and give them it's very similar to the first responders they they kind of go hand in hand with that they're very close with that community also you know because if you if you think if you see a wreck on the highway one of the three things you see you see the ambulance to see a fire truck in the truck these guys are very dedicated to the people that they serve they want to be out there and they they sacrifice a lot you know they sacrifice their a lot of their personal life to do it because you know if they're on call twenty four seven they're gonna be getting calls twenty four seven the the the nature of the industry as a Samaritan industry anyway right down the side of the road it's going to come out and help the person they're very proud of what they do because they know that their industry isn't super well known it's not something that people talk about on a regular basis in the United States the majority of trucks are owned and operated by private family enterprises and that's always been the case even down to the very first tow truck made by Chattanooga native Ernest Holmes senior so artists all senior he he started the tow truck he invented it originally around nineteen seventeen nineteen eighteen when he got a patent for it is that a friend of his who had broken down and he was basically stuck in the middle of nowhere in a call and I said Hey I need to come out and come get me so he comes out and six guys from his garage and it took them all day to get the car about a decision he said well I feel like there's a better way to do this so Holmes took his nineteen thirteen cattle I can stretch several polls to the back thus the tow truck was born and he patented his design which is not only functional but relatively simple so they came up with the first record but it was all hand crank there was there were no electric motors anything like that but it was a political split spoon designs where you would have one boom would anchor the car to the ground or to treat so you would have this cable attached to a tree and then you would use the other one attached to the vehicle and you would pull it up from where we came so that's what was kind of a revolutionary idea right and then that that kind of just kind of took hold as far as records went from there on out he was being the original inventor it's truck was an almost immediate success due to its simple solution to a problem that you previously played early motorists and first home start receiving orders from all over the United States the Ernest Holmes company was quickly expanding after he had come up with the idea of the record and it started selling he knew he needed more space so he bought a large piece of property kind about the middle of nowhere and build up the company was that they were slowly building records why in the nineteen thirties they were building a couple thousand year and selling them now for that time period that was a lot you know that you got to remember that back and then we know we didn't have as many connections so it was more of a direct sale kind of thing where it was like if someone in Louisiana needed a record they would have to reach out to get one so essentially he he had built that up from the ground up solely producing records interesting tidbit of information with any of the records they were almost always names based on how much they cost so if it was a four sixty it cost four hundred sixty dollars to forty five in the one ten with the couple the first network massively produced being that no one was four hundred eighty five dollars and Ernest Holmes senior also contributed in a massive way to the arsenal of democracy more more to his assets were frozen for military use when the war began so they were dedicated to building slowly military records now in the times time period between nineteen forty to nineteen forty five the bill about seven five hundred of them but most of them were used what was called the red ball express after D. day when they had a supply chain set up to follow the front as it went through Europe these trucks were used to ferry supplies back and forth from coast and other records were part of that they were used to keep the roads clear for the supply trucks tanks for the infantry you know that something was broken down or there was a destroyed tank in the road or jeep or something like that they were called in to remove them from the road they were used for salvage even after the war effort when when they were cleaning up from all the records and everything they will be out there on these tanks about the dangers of these fields over people's farms and homes but yeah that was primarily what they were used for first home senior continued to expand his business building more more records and continuing to refine his invention to be more efficient Holmes was also active in his community he was extremely active in the Presbyterian church he was of a huge proponent for a lot of youth programs in that kind of thing he was also extremely active in the local country clubs the change in the country clubs he loves golf he would spend pretty much all of his extra time playing golf which kind of ended up being one of the reasons he when he was in very good health for a long time unfortunately for him he had kind of a tragic death he was a young man when he passed away he had gone out and played golf that day he came home played in a game of bridge with some friends and by that evening he was just said to his wife I mean I'm I'm not feeling well and in a few hours he was dead the innovative company that Ernest Holmes and started would be passed on to his son Ernest Holmes junior which is you need to expand upon what his father had started after his father passed away then the man that originally invented the tow truck he took over and he was responsible for a lot of the growth of the homes company because his father was only in business for about forty years prior to that and it was pre war era that kind of thing he took it from that and and made into a modern in city and and they develop probably a good dozen more models worth of records they interviews the rail crane which is one of the first I basically a wrecker for trains so he was the the leader of the growth era from France the company that holds junior took over would eventually break records to records that still stand today the late seventies they gone through the time period where they felt that they would they got very involved with the internet Indianapolis speedway for obvious reasons I mean if there's wrecks and whatnot on the on the course you need someone to come out and pick it up well they kind of got this while there to you know we'll see how my fast we can make this record go so working with some guys in NASCAR obviously like I said they've been in Indianapolis they ended up going down the Talladega Alabama and said let's see how we get how fast we get to go after they had built the engine and it set the world speed record for a record from a hundred nine miles an hour the Ernest Holmes corporation wasn't just making fast tow trucks they were also presenting a business model based on fast service just like the family run garages on call twenty four seven that they serve they had a very good reputation with the wrecking the the the total industry the people on the ground the boots on the ground because their their priority was to make sure that you've kept your business going these guys if if your if your truck is broken down or your record wasn't working you weren't making money so the homes company at the time their biggest focus was getting parts and service out to their people as quickly as possible as soon as the order came in I mean it was going back out the same day and that was that was a big priority for them and that's what really set them apart from the rest of the competition at you're just homes company would eventually be sold to the Dover corporation in nineteen seventy three for fifteen million dollars but that wasn't the end of the Holmes family being involved innovating in the record industry Jerry Holmes Ernest Holmes junior son will be one of the first people to invest in the hydraulic record the Holmes family invested in a new idea high near their own industry it's easy to forget how important this oftentimes underappreciated invention is to millions of Americans the tow trucks are truly the unsung heroes of the highway good job is always Montana special thanks to now Vincent and the international museum of towing in Chattanooga Tennessee and we bring you the story sometimes just for general fund but remember it's tankers that solve these problems guy sees a bunch of buddies with a truck on the road a car stuck and improvises and go to our story on the Wright brothers because you'll find the same kind of spirit and David McCullough does a beautiful job telling that story about a couple.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To falafel Osiris oil was one of the many in Arlington Virginia to run such a stand one of few to turn it into a successful restaurant chain called district Bucko Monty Montgomery brings us the story here is Osiris my name is a sire soil I'm from New Mexico I pretty much grew up in in a farm where I had to do a lot of things on my own when I was I think maybe eleven years old I was selling newspapers popsicles flowers on my bicycle and of course helping my dad farm and I learned how to cook with my mom pretty much every single day she will wake me up and asked me what I wanted to eat but of course a active helper in a way that I need to cook it with her but I need to get the radius for her my my mom she's extremely picky but that's why her food is so delicious she's the same age to the yard right and and I'll pick tomatoes how the narrows anything that she needed for her meal and I'll come with tomatoes and initial fields them and she's like no this is not right and I like what it means that you look scared and you feel it and she's like feel like you know and so soft and for may look fine you know the same thing with lines she would just see it and feel it and she's like well it's not good that they will get more the standards were so high and sees them my standards are in Mexico you cannot choose what kind of life you want to leave you know I mean I remember they didn't know I was poor and tell a man you know rich kids when I went to my friends pro when I was maybe fourteen thirty years old I realize that the they had the toys and games or they have a better bathrooms thing we did and then I was like man I think you know we struggle so when I came to United States yeah I came with a tourist visa and and I decided to stay when I was two thousand I was working as a dishwasher you know I was making minimum wage at that point and I met my wife to work things she was the waitress and I need to learn English so I can ask her out right so I decided to learn the system and I used to work at this restaurant bar in Denver Colorado and even though was on their age they let me stay at the bar right because I was helping them with via the K. you know and bring in a and I wasn't drinking by I stay at the bar talking to drunk people it would be my best features I remember you know I was asking questions like how do you say there is NO and then I'll write it down if for some reason they I think they feel important yeah I mean I don't know if you're drinking every day at the bard something's going on right so they feel important I think they they liked the way that I was asking them questions and and they were my best features yeah I mean the first week I thought of it and I hated them and now it's I was very welcome and I did it for several years but it got to the point where I my birthday Jennifer said they were doing today you want go for lunch no slight yeah I and and you know so I went for it I was asking around during that time for two years three years I think a an engineer to separate for some reason problem because my English was not good but I was trying right in sees band we got merry and now we have three kids it was great okay and the thousand six we moved to the city you know because things were going well and I was excited to try something new and I found this construction job that was paying a lot more than if I was just a cook so that was great you know I took the job even though I did have I have that much experience but the construction companies sell my potential they they saw that I could do more than just be a service dye your so the same need to school so I can learn how to read blueprints and for me I start seeing the potential to be something else than just a cook in the kitchen something professional where I can be the superintendent of the company and I can run projects and I feel good everything was going well you know I thank the projects where I actually was Phoenician before schedule on the budget working my **** off and I felt like yeah bonuses were coming in this is great so we bought our house in two thousand seven Aaron and then you know we had a baby everything was going so well but in two thousand eight I got laid off when the economy was really really bad I still remember that moment because it was on a Friday afternoon our sweeping the project because what they're what he just was leaving them and I like to keep my projects clean for the weekend in the the actual owner of the company came in to give me the news it was very emotional I started crying and I never never be fired before a and you know I I asked for my job back my health insurance was through the company and I just I felt defeated hi I felt not being a man anymore the man that my parents raising kids you know all the responsibilities all my heart wore black just happened I did understand it so I said look just with everyone paying me okay just to me on the on payroll but to my insurance right my wife she's pregnant we'll we'll figure out later and they just couldn't give me on on their payroll I took my truck drove away and I had to park in a parking lot I was actually crying the moment because how come when I go to my life right now and tell her that I just lost my job hi I'm going to do that I'm never been prepared for this moment right I have a house the kids she's pregnant I think what I'm gonna say so I went to John I said Jenny and talk to you can I just say I got I got laid off with a fire in in the only thing that she came out of her mouth she help me she said don't worry we'll be okay man that that was that was so powerful you know those so powerful for six months seven months namely I was an employee I was looking for construction job because I knew I know how to read blueprints now but there was nothing available I was getting the press all right I was getting extremely depressed because I don't have a job I'm babysitting my son but in the weekends I'll invite my friends so we can have some beers and make cars a size in the cells us so my my my friends you know uses a phone service is so good you should not bottle these you know and and sell it then for my unit is a and I'm like I'll go home and I'll tell me why I think I think people like my food we might have something going on here south and then I was making for mark Wallace to a man who would go on to have a profound impact on Osiris is live you know when we move in I remember that day when he was trying to put his plate place said going for his kids and I offer my help and and we became very good friends and he loved my food he always said all signers you open a restaurant named knows one day I was drinking beer and in seven H. with mark any sales hours leave now also when I go to a house in Texas there's there's always food trucks right and they sell these amazing Mexican food breakfast tacos you know and and all that is so delicious and inside turns around and slide sorry Steve do you want to do it like yeah yeah you know I mean the food truck is a lot of money you know but the Pakistanis on twenty five thousand dollars inside well if you want to do it I'll give you the money and I'm like wait you want to give me the money yeah a slight what person give you get out that much money first it was in a finish my high school okay I went home and and I couldn't believe it right I I talked to my wife about it and at that point I didn't have anything else going on so I went back to mark and I say this this and let's do it in days and what a story this is so far when we come back more from Osiris foil and district tosco in hell that'll happen here on our America's what campfires how about a campfire atmosphere with friends and brought to your ears were ever you are that's what we do at our American stories show that tells great American stories of love final thoughts before dying funny stories.

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Out that Iraq Prime Minister Abdul Adel Abdul Mahdi claimed on Sunday. That Sulejmani was in Iraq again to discuss a possible peace agreement between Iran and Saudi Arabia. When asked about this today Pompeo peyot laughed at it and delivered or sarcastic response? He said anybody here believe that. Is there any history that would indicate that it's remotely possible this kind of gentleman. delman this diplomat of gray order seem salamone had traveled to Baghdad for the idea of conducting a peace mission. We know that wasn't true again. This is his. Ah this is his legitimate response as a as a member of the United States government. I hope you understand. That's what gas lighting looks like. That is what an Ad Hominem hominum attack. Looks like notice that whenever he is confronted evidence or past flimsy claims he always lashes out attacks attacks the character of both the persons in question and the person asking the question just like he did on face the nation. This is what you do when you have no argument humint I mean this is basic stuff people he just he just lashes out and makes fun of them for such an Avi and the point is there's clear evidence to support fort that and he just laughs at him he actually laughs because he's trying to gaslight people he's open people see that and go. Oh I don't WanNa be stupid so I don't want to claim something like that despite all the evidence and all the claims and unbelievable this is what you do when you have no argument you sidestep you gaslight you make fun of people people these people should. This is about as easy as it gets to see and there's a lot of it going on today a lot just misinformation mainstream media lies is on full display. Because as I said as I see it they are desperate right now to control the narrative like they used to but I think they're failing and it becomes very obvious when they're flailing about trying to sell their desperate narratives and this is. This is quite an interesting one. This is from the Washington in Post. Don't believe Ronnie propaganda about the morning for solemn money. Yeah don't believe the thousands of videos of millions of people marching through multiple cities. It's all propaganda. Didn't you know I mean coming from an egregious propaganda outlet that's quite a claim a US paid anti Iranian Ronnie and propagandist has of course turned out in the mainstream media to claim that Cassim Salamone was not actually popular in Iran. That's what they're claiming. This was this yesterday in the midst of the million person. March is four Sulejmani. And it's very easy. To debunk such nonsense. By pointing to the University of Maryland Maryland which actually does regular polls in Iran go figure that says the views of the Revolutionary Guard it says majorities majorities are broadly supportive of the by the way this was conducted in October of last year. So like a few months ago right so it's not like this is some old study this very recent it says the majorities of broadly supportive of the Revolutionary Guard. Four in five say that the activities in the Middle East have made the more secure a view that has actually increased. Since may whoops see. They don't think you're smart enough to dig. Pass the surface. It goes on to say at home at home in Iran. Three and five say the C. performed very well in emergency response in the severe March-april floods asked whether the RGS's should be less involved in construction projects in economic matters. Only three in ten agree meaning that they're clearly supportive now in October. When I said this was conducted adopted in also found that general salamone remains quote the most popular Iranian figure amongst those tested with eight and ten viewing him favorably? Second is his Foreign Minister Javad Zarif viewed favorably by two-thirds now also from Professor Abukar. Hail a book Leo. It says says this is the most stunning aspect of the rise of Iranian nationalism. Do Trump's decision to kill Sulejmani. This would have been most unimaginable for decades the law of unintended consequences which he then quoted the tweet that says the Foreign Minister of Iran from nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy-one and the former son-in-law law Mohammed Razak Shop Alavi described Sulejmani as quote a patriotic at honorable soldier who was the son of Iran and compared him to beguile Monty Montgomery Macarthur and Eisenhower. Some of them not sure about that. I'm not familiar with. I should say but thank you for the super chat everybody. Somebody's sitting reporting according on civilian flights borrowed the area. I think we've seen that already but again this is this is this is crazy that we're seeing this kind of stuff and it's obvious like right in your face ace as their right now pretending like nobody's ever supported the man that all the protests are propaganda and all you should listen to his blog at your government and blindly listened to the media right knowing their descriptions of Qassim Salamone. US media that they fail to mention is the SALAMONE and the US. As I've mentioned recently fought on the same side in two thousand one around supported the US invasion of Afghanistan and use its good relations with the militia and the anti-taliban Northern Alliance which both the CIA and Orion it's applied for years to support the US operation vic media. Excuse me wikipedia entry for the two thousand one up rising and Hurrah lists us. General Tommy. Franks and General Qassim Salamone as allied commanders. Whoops again then I guess as you can see quite clearly right you don't just get to revise history as you like okay? This stuff is very obvious. So there's only two ways you can look at this. Either they were. We're happy to work with a terrorist or he was never a terrorist. Either way it makes them look pretty ridiculous right the same way that they're happily worked with the people that they later call terrorists but in this case it's pretty clear that he was nothing of the kind and in fact someone that was actively working to challenge their imperialistic endeavors stopping them from overtaking Yemen stopping from overtaking Syria Syria. Stopping them from doing all kinds of things they wanted to do that were illegal. I wonder why they wanted him out of the way now in two thousand fifteen the US in Iran again. Dan collaborated this time to defeat Isis in Iraq now during the battle to liberate to the US Air Force flew in support of of General Solomon's ground forces. I mean this is all stuff. That's so easy to find and yet they won't think that at that very time he was a bad terrorist that they didn't like Newsweek reported at the time quote wild Western nations including the. US were slow to react to Isis. March against Northern Barack Salamone was quick to play a more public role in Tehran's efforts to tackle the terror group. Like let's not misunderstand. Ladies and gentlemen this man and Iran were primary primary. They were key in actually fighting Isis. which is also a reason why people think that they didn't want them there because they were actually fighting Isis? See how that that works but this is not hard to see. It goes on to say for example. The commander was seen in pictures with militiamen in the northern Iraqi. Town of 'em really when it was recaptured from Isis last September. Like it's funny that they right now trying to make them sponsors of terrorism while they were literally fighting the terrorism. They're they're suggesting it says top. US General Martin Dempsey has said that the involvement of Iran in the fight against Isis in Iraq could be a positive step as long as the situation does not descend into sectarianism awesome because of fears surrounding Shia militias may treat the remaining suny population a of To create if it is recaptured the military chief also claimed leaned that almost two thirds of the thirty thousand offensive were iranian-backed militiamen meaning with that without Iranian assistance and solemn guidance. That's the offensive onto creek may not have been possible. That's the exact unbelievably opposite of what they're claiming right. Now they again bank on the fact that you simply are not smart enough to do your own research. It's deplorable that. US MEDIA POLITICIANS BLAME SULEJMANI FOR FOR US casualties during the invasion of Iraq as we've talked about she groups caused only seventeen percent of all. US casualties and fought like the steer brigades without support from Iran. They're also revived claims that Iran. Excuse me provided the Iraqi resistance with explosive form penetrators. EFD's using roadside bombs but that claim has been proven to be false more than twelve years ago the EMP Meron Story was part of the US sigh up campaign scene. Like so many other things we could point to. It was a campaign to explain away the real reason why why it was losing the war right always just like Afghanistan lie. Lie Lie until you get caught in lie again. There were dozens of reports which proved that the AFP's were manufactured in Iraq and there was never any evidence whatsoever that Iran delivered weapons or anything else that Iraqi resistance period very easy Z.. To See now ron is not responsible for the. US casualties Iraq. George W Bush's what's made Sulejmani bad in the eyes of the. US was his support for the resistance against Zionist occupation occupation of Palestine again. It's interesting how this all ties back in together. Rather is not how suddenly we find the link that swings us all back around to the Israeli agenda it was Israel that wanted him removed. The the media explanations for trump's decision failed to point that out. I wonder why the Washington Post reports today that the idea to kill salamone came from secretary substate. Mike Pompeo says Pompeo I spoke with trump about killing salamone months ago this according to a senior. US official but neither the president nor we're Pentagon officials were willing to act now this time it says one significant factor was the the lockstep coordination for the operation between Pompey Tom Palin asper. And here's where you get into the idea that you have them colluding behind the site you know side you know what they call whatever. What do you side table able anyway? Sidebar sidebars I was trying to remember but you know that they could sneak often have their little coordination where they were going to do. We're going to present him with the these two things and act like that's if the full picture right you can easily see what happen because as he said when he was getting when he was about to be elected that he was gonNA use the best advisors because he doesn't know everything so oh he gets these advisers that he thinks are the best that bring him very isolated way to look at it. So your options. Are This attacker this attack. We have to do something and suddenly it seems like that's his only option but as the article pointing out the Coordination Operation Between pompey expert was significant. Both of course people don't know this and I didn't know this until I read the the Moon of Alabama article both graduates asper and Pompeii a were both graduates in the same class at the US military academy who then and deliberate the they apparently deliberated ahead of the briefing with trump. The briefing that they had with him to manipulate him on this and this is also according to senior..

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"monty montgomery" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"monty montgomery" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fifty one to go second quarter one since and little to read before facing a second and twenty one devil Sweeney set a time out just I think you see the quietest crowd it was into this game hi there right back in this game and they have reason to be confident and I think it's the ineptitude of Clinton on offense hi turbo lord says his had interception trouble they've had procedure penalties it just had a holding only off by their weather press office lines one in Johnson City on themselves to give credit to Louisville is not just sticking with it they had a big answer I know it's just a few it's a it's a ten three day hold on here one half of the the back of their own and so but they were able to for the first on the other editors the card seven that is one twenty one straight jeans including fifteen straight in changing the thirteen three receivers to write once with the guns right one of the job cuts will be dropped the twenty two try to find a CD but was Monty Montgomery has been filling in for rich making another stop from is linebacking position are you looking has a hundred yard game the end of the second quarter one this is for the thirteen for cleansing twenty three two receivers instead of a football field and sets up the street a meteorite between I see it'll be for he was like that too often he's got a he's two blocks back was in a hurry outstanding open field tackles Jules fires son of the former baseball player bill Safire once an average is forty three back to return is Raji burns who is a linebacker but also returned punts spires role model one of the rights the thirty five and take a Clemson bounce inside the thirty before it goes right up to the mountain about the twenty seven any time on the on the clock to twenty five on the clock Kevin Connolly he's your man in charge right now he has the comp is from the last drive let's get back to to to run the football in those short passes you could tie this football game up even a field goal even just more points yeah this would be one of those scores that would have the experts around the country kind of looking up there on his screen in a very quiet solemn soul sideline across the field on the inside these guys they don't they don't I'm not sure what they're what they thought they were heading into but there are clearly not prepared for this game true freshman Evan calmly back up there is the quarterback two receivers to his rights the one set back is JB at Hopkins Clemson putting about seven defenders up in the box almost daring little to throw the play fake will looking to the right sideline there's well he's going to stop the table for the Clinton White the forty seven it's over words he's okay for the Clemson trainers in a few of the cardinals are over there trying to attend to well Jeez who pretty much not only went through the table but also into the crate that they have that provide some of their medical supplies and we have a time out this is Scott Satterfield is going to make the long walk across the field over to the Simpson area just to make sure apples okay and Casey he is still down dangerous dangerous looking play yeah if you had.