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"mr colorado" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

"What's the boy named Ascott? Rolling more my. Role, more because I can't pull off Aska but anyway controlling. So two point one of the points he was making me. Boys trump's plan was saying we're going down direct five, hundred, million dollars. To minorities well, that's how a lot of people took. It like your that sounds great. But if you read it, what it really says, it's that money's already. Earmarked for everyone I don't want it right and just like what you were saying it needs to be directed for us. Only let us and people of black. Americans in the Senate slanty have access to that much and that's what they never ever say nope whatever program it may be. They don't ever say that these are the tricks that they've been playing I'm talking to you but I'm really talking about this goes on. The second part to that is when they try to get stuff for minorities, people of Color Way you wanted to slice it. These these earmarks is like when perfect example long this year in Georgia when they said Oh, we got a hate crime bill in Georgia, but also they introduced a another law to protect the police in that same law these other games they played you what I'm saying. Let me slide this Juanita. We can't. Protest. You can't be you know what I'm saying that's against. Was the what would that mean? All it is. Sound right here artist fine for it but anyway. Used car salesman. But what I really want people to understand we gotTA start reading. The fine print, not just in these politicians but also in what cute and trying to do like we supported it on here pockets back I still supported. The plan is don't this other thing go this other thing about it we gotta stop just getting caught up in the headlines when I say I'm including that too. We caught up in his headlines and we don't even we don't. Yeah. Click quick to cancel and don't even click on the link was actually going on This we need more independent thoughts. And this podcast is about to be so. I did not want to. Go but the point of it is we have to actually start doing are due diligence and actually finally twin stop trust them with somebody else posted as a status to say, yeah that's what's really going on and yeah Mr Trump in. facebook over grandma. No not social media. Not the ones that they control I can't be true bro I keep saying. I WANNA mission algorithms, but that's another story. Factor now, thousand percents listen. I'm looking at joke you believe that Bush. You already got issued. Oh. Man. How about those Knicks Fox News Man. then. Be Really GonNA fucking social media's in town. How trash you watch Fox News no not at is somebody's. House will watch nobody. Have you ever liked? Horta clipper them on social media though when you watch it looked like something somebody up like this like SNL skit like you. Know Nick this just just happened that's what I'm saying but then the people are ready no man but it's certainly ready. No Oh, that should be humorous but you go through and please please please re re re with a go back and read what other plans we were talking about a covenant of Black America. It's really nothing has really changed except for the fact that we're adding more numbers to it and we're trying to fight for more rights like I said, these are just suggested plans. Concrete. Plans dependent on your opinion of. Yes and no, but you need at least be up to date other than just looking for the highlights. So Anyway, I think I'm preaching on that. No, we gotta stick and stay. We all. The politics all in politics Pity all in the videos ditty. Sean Mr Colorado she's calling as I called. Yeah. So we'll take some real quick anyway, go ahead, wh- he up to. Politics politics. Didn't interview We'll. Chat to own. Black Network. Revolt. GimMe shout see what I can do for. You might be able to go. got to discuss it with not. So we'll see he'd be having shit to do. That's what we do it come. So fucking lines. I gotta get it flowers Bro Network and I've been offended but I sat down with Charlene. One launched this. Party, which is. Basically I I'll I'll blackheart to advanced political agenda that addresses the needs of black people. we envisioned in America where black people are liberated and participate freely in the political economic and social systems that work together for our benefits. We will power the black political agenda by developing a coalition of people and organizations committed to black. Political and I. Advocating for racial charge that dramatically improve the quality of life for black people in America, how you feel about that? fucking love that. Look an ecstatic. Launched it also marked the formal endorsement of former Vice President Joe Biden? For President. So. So they endorsing the Sort of black partying does wet. Hold on. Wait a minute you talk was listen. Listen He's ranking in Kentucky, which was hilarious video unfortunate. I know finished with the black blackboard because that's that's real big I don't get the endorsement. Why would you know the endorsement? That's what that's what that's about. I should say after but the idea of of of the party dope. I love I. Love It, and we gotta start making these politicians earn our vote. I'm not giving it to you just because like. Oh, I normally would vote Democrat. Democrat down a lot. No. No. What you got for me Bro. Getting Cell Phone Service. He's GonNa. Go anybody. Could you know? Listen. How much? How much are plans figures? Yeah. I've been here for ten years. What's what's up? Hey why new.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on WEEI

"Is this? Oh god. I don't know. I I don't know this one. I I I want take a guess the commies ours. When something like that. Yes. Okay. The song is Dirk commissar the band after the fire. After I don't I I wouldn't have guessed the group now, but that's the hook the hook. I remember. Eighty-three? We're celebrating nineteen Eighty-three who won championships in eighty three. I can tell you a couple. I will tell you a couple of the nineteen ninety three World Series was won by the Baltimore Orioles. The let's see the one thousand nine hundred eighty three Super Bowl. Let's say let's go January January Eighty-three you want to go the season of Eighty-three. Let's go January of eighty three just because that would lead into. Mash would have been going up to January of eighty three eight I'm gonna say it was eighty two season that is going to be the dolphins versus the Redskins versus the dolphins. And that was the strike shortened year, and that was thighs men and the Redskins winning Super Bowl seventeen. So Orioles won the World Series. The eighty three NBA champions were the Philadelphia seventy Sixers and the Eighty-three NHL champions with the Oilers because I'm just taking a random guests. That was probably them with the islanders. I don't know. I have no idea. That may be Gretzky. Maybe Gretzky one year. I do remember the islanders winning four straight. I have no idea. What years they won four straight might have been in the early eighties. And they might have been the Stanley Cup champions. That point Wimbledon was probably one by McEnroe or Connors, take your pick or brianna board for all. I know the masters in eighty three was won by le-. Let me think about this one. Masters of Tom Watson made everybody stereos. Maybe I don't know. So there you go day to day. Three celebrate mash. All right. Remember, we're talking about Nick foles and where he fits in the pantheon of eagles athletes. Bobby Clark will Chamberlain chuckling. Nerik Mike Schmidt. Am I missing one? Rocky balboa. Joe Frazier was a good one. That was a good pick up a one I missed on the Philadelphia research, but you know, who else like when we it's funny when you talk to people in New England, right? Boston about Tom Brady greatest of all time. There are some people who cling onto like who's the best New England Boston athlete of all time an all-time, right? There are people who say, oh, no, no, not even close Bill. Russell bill. Russell by a mile, and you're like, nah modern day NFL modern day NFL six Super Bowl championships. No eleven titles for Bill Russell. And the Celtics Bill Russell that people will say Bill Russell, so generational thing. I get it. But it's it's, but you know, you talk about a rich history. And by the way. Here's the other factor in this. And I'm gonna try to describe it. And I hope I don't miss this. Because it's it's a little difficult describe there are some athletes because of because of their association with the franchise or because they're from that area or because maybe they're not from that area. But they've spent so long they're that they're associated with that. And they become part of the city of kind of the fabric. Think elway. And the Broncos think Elway Colorado. He didn't grow up in Denver. But he is he is he's Mr. Colorado, and you can find that in a lot of athletes. Does Tom Brady give you any indication that he's Boston. That he's no England. I would I would say absolutely not he's as far from New England. In terms of his personality, and the you just as he is he's more Los Angeles. Then he is Boston right now. Bob, your is. Boston, Bobby ORR is boss. Larry Bird grew up in French lake. Larry Bird said in his championship parade in nineteen eighty one. He said, there was only one other place. He'd rather be in that was French lick Indiana. And yet still has a Boston feel to it. Yeah. People in Indiana would disagree this ignites, still Indiana's. But nevertheless Brady doesn't bring Boston in. Does it doesn't feel Boston? Does it matter? No, it doesn't matter student people lost. But doesn't matter. But he, but he doesn't feel like Mike Schmidt Philadelphia. Nick foles doesn't have that Bobby Clark Philadelphia. He doesn't have that. Right. Just because of the longevity and the association and just the history Brady should he should feel like he's part of the Chao crowd right in. But he's never going to be. I still lives in a house with a moat. I think a perfect example. I mean, you know, that's just modern day. You know, they they live these lives that we can't we can only dream about. But I get the feeling that David Ortiz is more Boston than Tom very much. So very very much beloved icon obviously brought in a World Series rings. But. We didn't bring in six Super Bowl titles in going down as the greatest quarterback. I've ever played the game. Yeah. Ortiz isn't in that stature, he's not we're not we're going to look at him. As you do you think we put them in the top fifty? Know, I'm not trying to make. But I mean, it really is David Ortiz in the top fifty of all time baseball players because there's such a history there. No. But I mean in Boston. I mean, I feel he's more an iconic figure in Boston. Then then Tom Brady is. Yeah, I agree. I agree with that listen when the Boston bombings happened, right? During the marathon. This is one of the reasons I thought David Ortiz should have been the sports person of the year in two thousand and thirteen because there was the city was looking for some spokesperson if you will. And because patriots day Boston season. David Ortiz was the perfect person for that. And he kept the book end the year with a championship and played very well in the World Series in the postseason for that championship. But he said everything that Bostonians were thinking now Brady could have made that speech too. Don't get me wrong. Brady could've made that speech. But there is an authentic feel would some athletes in their relationship to the city that I don't think Brady has with Boston that I just don't feel like he has with New England again, it's not. That he's not beloved. That's not the angle I'm taking here. But I think a lot of you out there can think of cities your favorite team, your favorite cities, and who exemplifies that area better lot of it's just because that player live there forever was is part of that community. I think of when I think of what's funny when I when I heard about a high rise in San Francisco, and I heard Joe Montana lived there. I went. Oh, yeah. Of course, he does. He could have lived anywhere. But. That's the way I thought about it. All right. Jerry palm is gonna come up next. We'll talk to him about college basketball where we stand as we get into March next..

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"mr colorado" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven in for Thomas. Lisa. I'm Taylor van Cise. Charlie Harger at the editor's desk. Among the headlines we're following today. Senators are criticizing President Trump for withdrawing American troops from Syria and Afghanistan most Republicans joined forces with Democrats today to pass an amendment to a bigger Middle East policy. Bill that was sponsored by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and deadly winter storm freezing through the midwest still at least ten people have died in the storm. It's packing. Arctic air temperatures fell forty degrees below normal into the negative double digits for a lot of cities there. And finally some relief is on the way Kambas met Markevic has been working on a special report, that's airing tonight on KOMO four news, and we wanted to let you know about it. He joins us in the studio with details on this deals with the guy who's been busted so many times. I don't think I've ever heard of anybody was this many arrests over. Adding story on this one is how as a society even as the city of Seattle deal with habitual offenders. There's long bit of criticism of Seattle city. Attorney Pete Holmes being too light on habitual offenders since he took office in two thousand ten misdemeanor arrests have gone down. That's not room. Maybe not really reflection him, but misdemeanor charges have gone down in. That's his his bailiwick. He deals with the Seattle municipal court in terms of criminal activity in those are primarily misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors. So we follow the case of one guy. His name is Francisco. Call their own. He's fifty five years old homeless has an ETA job since the nineteen ninety s he's been on the streets of Seattle originally from Bremerton and in November. He was just released from jail than one week out in jail. He's on the corner of Broadway and pine in Capitol Hill, and he randomly punches a stranger out of the blue. This sky was doing nothing, but listening to his music and the guy the victim actually tells me he thought it was he was shocked by it. It was just a total random attack. He had no idea. Why this guy punched him? Well, the police got him he played deeply guilty to assault for which is a gross misdemeanor. So it comes in the in the auspices of the city attorney, and he pled guilty. And but keeping apart about all this. He's been convicted not arrested convicted seventy two times fourteen of those convictions are assault some of those people that he assaulted were just like the victim. Capitol Hill just totally random people. But then you looked into it. And what was it that Pete Holmes was recommending happened to him? He recommended probation. A public in mental health evaluation and treatment, and Mr. Colorado has been intrigued in outta treatment for court order treatment on and off, but never sometimes ever really completed it. So he recommended him basically to go back on the street. He pled guilty. He's gonna let them back on the street with some supervision and some say, that's example, of what's happening in Seattle. People are becoming too light with people might in terms of how they deal with crime, especially if maybe if they're homeless, and so we looked at this story as a possible microcosm of what's happening with the city attorney's office, and in general what's happening in Seattle. Are we becoming too light on habitual offenders and letting them back on the street for so that they can in exchange if if the plea deal with through city attorney would have got probation supervised treatment, but the guy was seventy two convictions. We've been back right on the street. But then the judge who handled that case had a little bit of a different view from the city attorney. Yes, he did. He he asked the city attorney in court. Assistant said he turned attorney in court. Do you wanna change your plea deal? Which is basically what I described and when she said, no, she basic, he basically said, okay, I've had enough. It's time for him to get off the street and set of letting them back on the street. He gave him the maximum possibly he could give three sixty four days in jail. And so it will after we asked that Pete Holmes about this. He had some strong words to say about the judge. Oh, and then we're going to hear about that tonight as Europeans this at eleven o'clock. Sure is eleven o'clock tonight. Thank you so much Matt Markevic joining us in the studio. Komo news time now six fifty. We check your money news at twenty and fifty past the hour. Here's Jim Cesco. The greatly anticipated earnings report from Amazon is out and was largely positive per-share profits above six dollars easily beat analysts estimates and revenue of seventy two point four billion nineteen point seven percent above your earlier revenue slightly topped estimates. Amazon noted that it's echo dot voice. 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"mr colorado" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six big about Mike Mussina here. Mike Mussina you could legitimately making argument. Either way all fame or not you could also make an argument either way when it comes to Mike Mussina and what uniform and what tap he's going to wear in the hall of fame self Messina was a member of the Baltimore Orioles for one two three four five six seven eight nine years. He was a member of the New York Yankees for one two three four five six seven eight years. Split has some of his best years. Weren't baltimore. Ninety four sixteen and five three zero six ninety five thousand nine hundred nine three two nine ninety seven. He had some great playoff starts with your heels in nineteen ninety seven fifteen and eight would have three to L. But if you look with the Yankees seventeen at eleven when a three one five and a one seventeen and eight two three four zero one zero three. Two thousand six fifteen and seven hundred three five and then his. Arguably best year in the big leagues was his final year. And I do wonder Tomoe gala if Mike Messina didn't have that final year where he wins twenty games. Does. He get hall of fame. I feel like that final year for him going out on top patriots. All what we all. Ray not having net lasting tastes. Remember the two thousand seven season. Messina was offers taken out of rotation. Didn't start a postseason puddle mess bounce back in his final year. You take that helped them get into a hall of fame. I do. Yeah. I definitely think it was the cherry on top. And a lot of thing that people don't say about Messina, and you hear about obviously, all the other positions. But he was such a great defensive pitcher. He was great in the field. You forget that you almost like overlooked at sometimes, but he feels that his possession is position. It's such an elite level. And that's sometimes it's overlooked or guys get hurt for that. And I always thought that kinda sorta helped his candidacy, but yeah, absolutely consistent, not as dominant as schilling and all that. But with the consistency winning games in the tough east. I mean, listen I didn't vote from an our league in our ballots. But I thought he was worthy of a healthy. Mon I was gonna get nuts forgotten. Okay. I had holiday. I had Rivera had Martinez. I have Curt Schilling. I had bonds and comments. I had Manny Ramirez. Now, the two guys that I had in that. I don't think he'd get enough love and support. I have Jeff Kenton hall of fame to me. Jeff can add his best was a better place and Craig Biggio. I have Jeff Kenton hall of fame. You want an MVP all those years bat and behind Barry Bonds, tremendous tremendous years tunnel hundred RBI seasons at second base, which value Christo aren't a whole lot of guys at that position. Over the years that put up those offensive numbers, I have Kenton the other guy that I don't think is getting enough love and respect Omar Vizquel. I mean, if you're gonna have Ozzie Smith in the hall of fame look at Omar Vizquel with the Cleveland Indians follows years that's an elite top of the line defender hit a little bit better than Ozzie Smith. I have it's cal- and Jeff Kenna hall of fame and Tommy warranty your boy Larry Walker. Yeah. Well, Ken with Walker. Here's the thing. Played the game five tool player. Right. All right. The Coors field, but he had a great arm. He's a great defensive player hit for power. He had speed. He wanted to MVP batting titles to me. He had no weakest is in the game the injuries in. The course feels that were hurt him. I think he's trending up. He's gonna get in. Can't we know the issues defensively not exactly Mr. personality, the advanced status, whatever you wanna call them all that hit it to too many plays ludicrous stupid stuff that a lot of people makes it had exposed. But that's the Knox against Kent. I think Omar Vizquel eventually will get in. I thought Ernie Acosta producer brought up a good point about Ozzie Smith scale comparison Ozzie Smith, the wizard was marketed a little better. But I do think in time Omar Vizquel, we'll get in now Rosenberg did you have a name mentioned on your balance that may be getting lost in the shuffle. Is there one guy that you're kinda can't painting forty feel like he's not getting enough love? I mean, I think that'd be cannon for me. Manny Ramirez, I think manny's best right handed best right handed hitter of my. Time that I've seen and the power and everything he did. I know he's a little goofball. I know he's on cloud nine steroids, Rosenberg, you know, why it's same for bond sitting for Clemens then the ornament gets Ramirez compared to those other two guys Ramirez legitimately failed a drug test bonds. The steroid guidelines went out and place. Clements. They were not in place for Ramirez. Now I'd vote for him. Anyway, because you just don't know when he took him know for a fact he's one of the best right handed hitters I've ever seen. Did you have Ramirez, and Tom I did not ever Ramirez in. I did not. And what is your logic that you had bonds and Clemens in without a doubt. I look at bonds and Clemens as two guys that I could without a doubt say that they were hall of famers, no matter what before they put the stuff in. I can't for whatever reason. Get my head around Manny Ramirez being Famer to me that stuff helped him he failed a couple of times. He looked like a guy that needed it throughout his career bonds orien- before they did that stuff. See I gotta disagree that what Ramirez I go back to his early days with Gary Sheffield, listen Sheffield. There's another one of those guys. All right. Here's his numbers. A better though. They're better they're better. But Gary Sheffield's numbers are hall of fame numbers DiPoto on Horford over five he's got over five hundred home runs. So so that's that's in Bordeaux on compiler Gary long, period. Hitter. Was he not a feared hater? But I will get him as a guy that was definitely much more of a byproduct. It stars. I could be wrong about when you start going down this. This problem, though, when what we're doing right now is when you start going down this pike. It's really a tricky. A lot of people say all right. And to me Sheffield, you look at his career and the way he took off at the end of his career, especially the end of his career where he had a couple of months to years during the height of the belco. Remember, the go in two thousand four and two thousand and three Sheffield some of his best years were with the Atlanta Braves Miami when he was out of Miami me much more of a byproduct and Manny Ramirez coming out of Washington heights. He looked like a twig, and he was still ranking for the Indians. And a lot of these guys at bounce around. I think they're hurt their Kennedy. And I think it will help a guy like Todd Helton who played his whole career, Colorado. He's Mr. Colorado, that'll earn them a lot of points down the line. You'll get Manny Ramirez. I mean, twelve five fifty five eighteen hundred RBI is. But again, when you linked the steroids, and you fell multiple steroid tests that's tough to overcome. What's that the New Haven, Connecticut? Rick John says, Rick you're on the fan. Eight don. Hey, what's up JJ looking forward? I don't wanna get too crazy. But next year. Hall of fame class. I have a name for you that way I feel gets lost in the shop. And I think if he stayed at second base would get it on roller skate Alfonso Soriano. I don't look at Alfonso Soriano's FAM. Now, I'm and organ the numbers right now. But without looking at the numbers, gut feel mmediately Rick would be no that's the thing at first. I I don't think of him as being great for ten to twelve years. Hit in thirty nine home runs. Thirty eight twenty eight thirty six forty six thirty three. I feel like him going to the outfield in the National League person. That's more of an offensive possession. The wasn't a great fielder. But I feel like you keep him at second base for ten or twelve years, and he's put up numbers like that. I I mean compared him to canot who got up way higher batting average first career, probably thirty points. But offensively. Thirty five home runs. He had that once forty forty years. I mean, he had some monster seasons on for look at the end of Serena's career to batting average took a major not knows that. I mean, he had some years where he hit two forty with twenty to fifty eight twenty four very good player. I mean had some really good years in a big leagues..

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"mr colorado" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Strategists do President Donald Trump broadcasting for dot com studios of the of Meridian network on a very very quiet Martin Luther King day here. Just outside the swamp and delighted to have on next guest with us. None other than Chris Cabrera of the national border patrol council. Local three three zero seven Mr. Cabrera you with us. Yes, I am. The thank you so much for joining us. You're a member of the organization you're on the executive order as vice president of the same organization whose president was with President Donald Trump at the podium a few weeks ago is that correct? Yeah. That that's correct. Our our guys are up there that day, and you've served in the US military in the army as a paratrooper, and then spent most of your professional career in the border patrol, correct? Yes, I've been in the border patrol now for just over seventeen years. Wow. Thank you for your service, both the military and the border patrol. I'd like to take politics out of the equation for this discussion just share with our listeners because we are on one hundred twenty stations plus across the country from Los Angeles to New York is our border secure, Mr. Colorado. You know, unfortunately, the answer is absolutely not. I hear a lot of talk on on the radio and on TV that the majority of things come through the port of entry and do a lot of things a lot of contraband does come through the Puerto victory. There's a lot coming through the southern border. Whether it's where the wall is or whether where it's not just last night. We Don shift. I think we apprehended somewhere around five hundred people four hundred people just in my area how many between four or five hundred in daily occurred. What period? The in one day in Rio Grande valley mccowan station, which is the busiest station down here. We usually see about five or six hundred a day just at our station. And then we had eighty eight other stations in our sector. Okay. That's absolutely stunning. Mr cabrera. Of the people the hundreds that your daily of these all political asylum seekers of these refugees from political oppression. No, not at all. You know, we we do see a lot of people claiming the the asylum and granted I'm sure a lot of them do qualify for it. We do see a lot of people claiming that asylum attorney themselves in we also see a lot of people that are still trying to avoid detection that are going through the brush that are running or getting in vehicles and and trying to outrun the border patrol. So by no means is just people turning themselves. We we have we still have both sides of of. Of what's coming across not to mention the drugs that are coming in and not to mention the money in the weapon better going, south into Mexico. Stunning. I mean, these figures a truly stunning. The Obama administration. President Obama told us that seventy five percent of the border is secure. Is that true? Mr cabrera. That's not even I mean that to me that's a laughable, and it has nothing to do with who the president is the border patrol own numbers have told us that we're at fifty one percents effectiveness as far as what our apprehension rate is. So in a sense fifty percent of what comes across we catch catching the other fifty gets away our numbers from talking to agents, and and going out into these areas, you know, forty five fifty percent somewhere in there. We have a lot of areas that are that are completely uncovered or severely understrength. Just for the simple fact of so much of our manpower is going to the processing of these people that are turning themselves in. So that's another part of this that that needs to be addressed is is stopping that factor of people coming in because they know we're going to release them. So no more than half over southern border is secure. Yeah. At any given time. Yeah. That's exactly right. No, I know the border patrol is not going to be happy with those with that with that. But I can tell you one hundred percent honesty that that's what it is. And this this isn't this isn't a recent thing. So you you have almost two decades of experience in the service. How long has our immigration system being this badly broken? You know, it's been for quite some time. I know in in two thousand five we were getting hit with a lot of central Americans just coming over because they knew we were overcrowded, and we couldn't house people. So what happened is we would it was the same thing the catch-and-release? We would they would come in. And you would release them into the country. And then they came up with a system called the expedited the mobile where we could fast track the process once we started that it just it's stopped literally overnight it just stops. And then they find this loophole in two thousand thirteen about the political asylum, and they've been taking advantage of this loophole for a very long time. Granted I know there's a lot of people that do qualify for. But it's being watered down by people who do not qualify for it. And and that's where they get into the country. I get into the country saying they need political asylum. They're given a court date, and then what happens no show up to some of those court dates until the very end when it's the the final deter. Terminating date. And then usually they don't show what show up at all. Some of them as soon as they leave our custody and past the checkpoint. They never hear from them again in a yesterday to get in. So we've got this loophole. We've got the president who wants a five billion dollars to stop building a wall in earnest in the last two minutes, we have Mr. Cabrera this is Chris Cabrera Cabrera of the national border patrol council. Executive board local three three zero seven what do you need as the man who's protecting us on the border? What does your service need now from from congress? We need political willpower. The that's what we need we need to to get away from this partisan democrat Republican system, and we need people that are going there on both sides and vote their conscience. That's okay. So we need we need political will on Capitol Hill. What do you need? What do you need up originally? Well, two things we well. We need we need more manpower because we don't have the infrastructure, which would include a wall a barrier. Put whatever they want to call it a partition. I don't care what they call it. But it works, and and we need the resources to do our job and do our job correctly. And then we don't even have the proper night-vision equipment available to all agents at all times. When we go out to the field the safety equipment the body on. We don't have sufficient he had body armor. But we don't have the up armored that's needed to deal with the threat of the cartels in Mexico. So you would need up armored vehicles as well because the threat is so serious from the cartels. Yeah. We we do we on occasion. We take rifle fire from across the river. We do have spillover violent at times. It's not an everyday thing. But it does happen. And and I think one thing that really needs to be put into this is the catch and release needs to be addressed that that really needs to be addressed. I would like to see the system. Ended instead of waiting to see a judge. They could see within a matter of hours or days, and then have them decided are are we gonna dig further into this asylum, or are we going to send them back to their home country because there is no valid claim that that that needs to be addressed very soon. So you heard it here. Ladies and gentlemen, we've been listening to Chris Cabrera vice a vice president of the national border patrol council on the executive board local three three zero seven seventeen years in the service for years in the US army. He says we need political will willpower. Fifty percent of our border is not secured walls, work loopholes must be fixed and congress needs to have some political will the president has it. That's time for Capitol Hill. I want your reactions to his recommendations eight.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on X96

X96

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on X96

"Live in think people are gonna rush to shoot coat. Yeah. You wanna don't you wanna see what a five thousand five hundred dollar puffy down coat? Looks like bad choices happening wore the jacket well walking through a J F K airport in New York on Sunday pairing. The statement piece with fur-lined weather trapper half a black and white American flags scarf black sweats and controversial pair of one thousand one hundred and ninety five dollars. Daltry Cabana started sneakers. I guess your music notes alongside the words. I'm. Finnan gorgeous that can just think of other ways to spend five thousand dollars. Well, yeah, you could buy that French fries French fries, I could buy. Fifteen year old Salvator Colorado, no stranger to awards as a sophomore. He's on the varsity soccer team, Grainger high school. I've made a lot of contact with real Salt Lake right now, I'm planning to go to their academy and from the academy after I graduate. I'm gonna go pro right after high school. Young Mr. Colorado on September seven twenty eighteen sometime after ten pm. He was out running to stay in shape. He approached the Aspen village apartment complex parking lot on thirty five hundred south. And he saw something that didn't look quite right to him. I saw this very large guy with a black sweater. And a woman standing in front of the apartment complex young, Mr. Colorado. And he soon realized that the man was armed and the woman looked terrified. Then I saw it was a really big knife. And she was in danger. So I made sure that he didn't hear me, and I approached him and grabbed his shoulders and I carried him and threw him down to the ground. Wow. Said young Colorado. He got up and ran away. For his bravery. Mr. Colorado was given a courageous citizen award from the west valley city council and great I actually had a very intense feeling of Pride Day society that sorry that sorry of the thing that sorry. The thing probably means that sort of thing doesn't happen. Very often was nice to see chivalry wasn't dead said west valley city police chief choline Jacobs youngster Colorado said he didn't really think about what he was doing at the time. He just saw someone needed help. I'm happy. I did what I did. Because she looked like she was an innocent woman. You know, an innocent woman. She looked like a mom. He said the IRS is. Recalling about forty six thousand of its employees furloughed by the government shutdown about sixty percent of its workforce the handle tax returns and pay out refunds the employee's will not be paid with the official start of the tax filing season coming on January twenty eighth. The Trump administration has promised the payers owed refunds will be paid on time despite the disruption in government services caused by the partial shutdown now when it's worth week. There have been growing concerns that the shutdown would delay refunds going out because the money won't be available for them from congress. But here in Utah and IRS processing center in Ogden employs about five thousand people and three hundred thirty seven or now scheduled to be called back said Krystal Kirkpatrick communications coordinator for the national treasury employees union chapter sixty seven which employs about four thousand workers in Auburn that number is still a little fluid. And could change as they tried to call people. She said people haven't received the phone calls yet. But the people who are deemed essential will be contacted. And. You're not getting unemployment. You're not receiving a paycheck. But you still have to put out for childcare and buying lunches. Everything else all that the unintended consequences. Kirk Patrick said, you're going to have to you will get paid eventually, but you can't pay your bills with eventually you can't fill your gas tank. With I owe us people are having to take out loans or use credit cards. It's not ideal because they're going to have to pay interest on those federal employees are going to end up paying more because of this. I saw some horrible landlord telling people that were living in one of his apartment buildings where they get government assistance for part of their rent. He sent them all an Email saying, by the way, you're responsible for all of your rent until this money comes back. So these are people that already can't afford it. Now, he's saying you'll be a if you don't pay all of your rent a shuttle that will carry up to a dozen writers. But we'll have no driver is going to appear in Utah in a couple of weeks. Utah department of transportation and the Utah transit authority. Or teaming up for this six hundred thousand dollar pilot program to get people more comfortable with the concept of autonomous vehicles. Nope. This is one of the first in the nation where a public agency is piloting the study, we think there's going to be a lot of interest at Lisa Miller the outreach growth manager for Utah. The shuttle which was designed by the French company. Easy mile will be tested out across the Wasatch front. Twenty nine thousand nine it'll appear in Salt Lake City and just a few weeks from now for the Utah state legislature to try out the reason we're doing this in Utah's to give the traveling public an opportunity to experience it. So the shuttle will hold up to a dozen riders. And then there will be there will be an employee.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Fascinating factions super great, great tidbits. Greg. What do you do next? What do you do just keep adding to the book? No, no, this is it. I picked the best of what I consider the best of all I have over the years. We took a couple years doing it. I got a lot of opinions on what were the most interesting. Most fascinating facts. I made a timeless there's really nothing in there that I don't think we'll get outta date or out of time. So it's good for. And then we found that kids. Enjoy quizzing their parents parents enjoy and their kids, and I gotta tell you one other story Georgia. I was listening to your playing Christmas songs here. One of the most popular Christmas songs is Jingle Bells. Right. Yes. We hear that everywhere Christmastime. But did you know that that's not that song was not written for Christmas? It was written for thanksgiving. Really? And if you listen to all the words Jingle Bells, there's not one mention of Christmas. It's just an amazing fact the song was written by a man named John Pierpont who was related to J P Morgan J P Morgan the famous financier his middle. Name was Pierpont. This Trump here wrote Jingle Bells for eight thanksgiving event at a church in Boston in the eighteen hundreds. And you know, the words are dashing through the snow and a one horse open the sleigh that makes you think a Christmas. Right. Yeah. But you know, they have cold weather up in Boston all the time. So anyhow. He wrote the song for thanksgiving. But for whatever reason it became so popular, and we hear really not at all. I Chris at thanksgiving time, we don't hear it. But we sure do here at Christmas time it is. In fact, there was a survey I saw a couple of years ago. It's one of the two or three most played songs on the radio and in shopping centers and so on where people play Christmas music. It's just amazing. So you can use that fact on somebody Jingle Bells is not a Christmas. It's written for thanksgiving. Read every listen every word in there. And there's no mention at all Chris did not know, let's go west of the Rockies. Get started. Here is in port Angeles, Washington. Eight Thomas go ahead. When I was a kid, and it's still out there. There was an expression that went blown to smithereens. And I was wondering. Yes. What does this mother rain is is that a World War? One thing Charles. What is that? Yeah. I think it was became common between the two world wars. So I guess it does date World War One. That's a good guess, I really don't know where the what's smithereens means let's that's just the sound of something, you know, being completely obliterated in one fills swoop. That's about the best. I can answer that. I'm k-. We'll find out. What is I bet with Google? We can find anything these days Charles. What do you think? Yeah. Should be able to for sure I I'm gonna guess it has to do with a World War One thing somewhere could be because they they threw grenades in. We're we're one you say that there was a baseball team. That had a priest anonyna- Saint plane for them. That's absolutely true. What the heck was that major league baseball team? It was the Cincinnati Reds, and they had a pitcher named Eddie priest. They had another pitcher named Howie none. And another one named Randy Saint Clair. So they had a priest a nun innocent, right? That's not all George. They had a temple and a church Johnny temple good baseball fans. Will remember he played for a long time? He was second baseman for the reds, Johnny temple and added. Remember him pitcher named Bubba church. So in our book, the all time books fascinating facts. We we call them the holy reds. They all played for the Cincinnati Reds, a priest to Saint a church and a temple when I was a kid growing up in Detroit, my favorite team, of course, Detroit Tigers and my favorite player at the time. When I was growing up was rocky colavito that he got it from the Cleveland Indians. And he was he was our outfielder slugger. And w we just you know, as a kid you collect baseball cards and all that. But he was my favourite and jump ahead. Fifteen some years, I'm on an elevator. And now, you know in my mid twenties and there he is on the elevator. And I said, Mr. Colorado, and he said, yeah, he's since retired at that time, and but great guy, but what a neat. Little fascinating thing to happen. Let's go to John first time caller and Colorado. Hey, john. Go ahead, sir. George wonderful in merry Christmas. John merry Christmas to you guys. It's great show. I just had one question. And you know, I wanna know how how my beloved dead tree tradition started. Yeah. With the Christmas tree. How did the tree start again, Charles? So that's what I wanna know. Yeah. Well, we we thought that before you're talking about Christmas trees. Yes. Yeah. As we mentioned earlier in the old days in this country. People did not have Christmas trees in their homes as we said, George Washington never had a Christmas St. Thomas Jefferson, never had one virtually nobody had one nearly days of the nation. I was the Germans who started the tradition of decorating a tree, but it was done originally outside the decorated trees outside and then eventually began to bring them inside it then became accustomed in Germany to bring the tree inside and have a decorated Christmas tree indoors. And then when a lot of German immigrants began to come to the United States in the middle eighteen hundreds and beyond they brought with them their custom of having a decorated Christmas tree in in homes. And it was only then that the custom started in the United States. And as we mentioned that Queen Victoria, another big impetus to having Christmas trees Queen Victoria, the famous Queen of England married Prince Albert of Germany and he brought with him. That customers and they had a big Christmas tree in the Royal palace. In in London around eighteen fifty in that picture was printed all around the world and especially in America. That picture helped popularize the idea of having a Christmas tree in your home. But that's how it started. But if you lived in let's say a year eighteen hundred. Chances are that you certainly would not have had a Christmas tree in your home. Who was the US president who spent most of his time in bed. What was wrong with him? That was William Henry Harrison. He was our ninth president. Served in the early eighteen hundreds. It was an old army guys real tough. And he was elected president and on inauguration day. In eighteen forty he that he defeated Martin van Buren who were talking about before who came up with the expression. Okay. William Henry Harrison was created. He won the election in eighteen forty and inauguration day.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Popular Christmas songs is Jingle Bells. Right. Yes. We hear that everywhere Christmastime. But did you know that that's not that song was not written for Christmas? It was written for thanksgiving. Really, Ed if you listen to all the words in Jingle Bells, there's not one mention of Christmas. It's just an amazing fact the song was written by a man named John Pierpont who was related to J P Morgan J P Morgan the famous financiers middle name was Pierpont. This Trump Pierpont wrote Jingle Bells for eight thanksgiving event at a church in Boston in the eighteen hundreds. And you know, the words are dashing through the snow and the one horse open the sleigh that makes you think a Christmas. Right. Yeah. But you know, they have cold weather up in Boston all the time. So anyhow, he wrote the song for thanksgiving. But for whatever reason it became so popular, and we hear really not at all. I Chris at thanksgiving time, we don't here, but we do here at Christmas time it is. In fact, there was a survey a couple of years ago, it's one of the two or three most played songs on the radio and in shopping centers. And so on where people play Christmas music is just amazing. So you could use that fact on somebody Jingle Bells is not a Christmas. It's really written for thanksgiving. Read every listen every word in there. And there's no mentioned at all Chris did not know, let's go west of the Rockies to get started here in port Angeles, Washington. Eight Thomas go ahead. L A church. A when I was a kid, and it's still out there. There was an expression that went blown to smithereens. And I was wondering. Yes. What does this mother rain is is that a World War? One thing Charles. What is that? Yeah. I think it was became common between the two World War. So I guess it does date World War One that that's a good guess, I really don't know where the what's smithereens means let's that's just the sound of something, you know, being completely obliterated in one fell swoop. That's about the best. I can answer that. Okay. We'll find out. What is I bet with Google? We can find anything these days Charles. What do you think? Yeah. Should be able to for sure I guess it has to do with the World War One thing somewhere could be they threw grenades in World War One. You say that there was a baseball team. That had a priest anonymous Saint plane for them. That's absolutely true. What the heck was that major league baseball team? It was the Cincinnati Reds. Okay. And they had a pitcher named Eddie priest. They had another pitcher named Howie none. And another one named Randy Saint Clair. So they hit a priest and nun a Saint, right? That's not all George. They had a temple and a church Johnny temple good baseball fans. Will remember he played for a long time? He was second baseman for the reds, Johnny temple. Yes. And edit remember him pitcher named Bubba church. So in our book, the all time books fascinating facts. We we call them the holy ridge. They they all played for the Cincinnati Reds, a priest of Saint a church and a temple when I was a kid growing up in Detroit that my favorite team, of course, Detroit Tigers and my favorite player at the time. When I was growing up was rocky colavito, they got it from the Cleveland Indians. He was he was fielder slugger. And that means you could just you know, as a kid you collect baseball cards and all that. But he was my favourite and jump ahead. Fifteen some years. I'm on an elevator. Now, you know in my mid twenties and there he is on the elevator. And I said, Mr. Colorado, and he said, yeah, he's since retired at that time, and but great guy, but what a neat. Little fascinating thing to happen. Let's go to John first time caller and Colorado. Hey, john. Go ahead, sir. George wonderful in merry Christmas. John merry Christmas to you guys. It's great show. I just had one question. And you know, I wanna know how my beloved dead tree tradition started. Yeah. With the Christmas tree. How did the tree start again, Charles? So that's what I wanna know. Yeah. Well, we told that before you're talking about Christmas trees. Yes. Yeah. As we mentioned earlier in the old days in this country. People did not have Christmas trees in their homes as we said, George Washington never had a Christmas St. Thomas Jefferson, never had one virtually nobody had one nearly days of the nation. I was the Germans who started the tradition of decorating a tree, but it was done originally outside the decorated trees outside and then eventually began to bring them inside it then became a custom in Germany to bring the tree inside and have a decorated Christmas tree indoors. And then when a lot of German immigrants began to come to the United States in the middle eighteen hundreds and beyond they brought with them their custom of having a decorated Christmas tree in in homes. And it was only then that the custom started in the United States. And as we mentioned that Queen Victoria, another big impetus to having Christmas trees Queen Victoria, the famous Queen of England married Prince Albert of Germany and he brought with him. That customers and they had a big Christmas tree in the Royal palace in in London around eighteen fifty and that picture was printed all around the world and especially in America. That picture helped popularize the idea of having a Christmas tree in your home. But that's how it started. But if you lived in let's say to your eighteen hundred. Chances are that you certainly would not have had a Christmas tree in your home. Who was the US president who spent most of his time in bed. What was wrong with him? That was William Henry Harrison. He was our ninth president served in the early eighteen hundreds. It was an old army guys real tough. And he was elected president and on inauguration day. In eighteen forty he. In fact, he defeated Martin van Buren who were talking about before who came up with the expression. Okay. William Henry Harrison was inaugurated. He won the election in eighteen forty and inauguration day that year it was real cold in Washington. During the inauguration ceremonies were wet, snow and rain and a big wind, and is really cool, and he stood outside and being an old army guy trying to prove how he was he didn't work code. You didn't wear a hat and he's standing out there. The weather, and he he was. He was in his late sixties at the time. And as it turned out, he gave the longest inauguration speech in history. He talked about forty five minutes, there's gracious speech, and then walk back to the White House. Where did he automobiles in those days, but he wouldn't take a horse and carriage back. He walked in this cold weather back to the White House caught a real bad cold and two or three days into his presidency. He became more ill the bad cold turned into the Monja. And of course in those days. They didn't have the medicine that we have today. He went to bed about his fourth or fifth day in office as president and he died thirty days later, he was only president for thirty actually thirty one days. So we say the all time books fascinating facts, he spent. The majority of his term in bed. And. Shortest presidency. We've had thirty one days for years. Jeff is with us in Birmingham, Alabama. Now. Welcome to the program. Jeffrey sounds like he's got my call. Yeah. Before before I asked the question just think of us security guards out there. We're getting a lot less pay and respect and truck drivers. And you know, we got a job to do to. Sometimes we have to turn truck drivers around to get upset all the truckers out. There. Don't ask a night watchman or the next nearest truck. Stop in. And he won't ask you where the next nearest guard. Chest. Are you guys? Do a great job at night force. Jeff, I appreciate tell us a little bit about the crap. And I hate to the really are in my sack a cold. And I the bad mood, then original Saint Nicholas get nice to death. Oh, jeez. Did he what what was the question about the original Saint Nicholas get knifed to death, Charles? Well, I never heard that story now. Where'd you hear that Jeffrey that's been years ago? Wow. I talked to everybody talks about Santa. I like to hear about the crap is there. It's just my mindset cramp is. Of course was in entity created the scare the living daylights out of children many many years ago in the eighteen hundreds I believe Charles E familiar with Grampus. Yeah. Yeah. But getting back to Saint Nicholas there really was a Saint Nicholas of which surprises some people. And as we mentioned earlier in the program. He was from a very wealthy family and became well known for giving money and gifts, especially the poor people in the area, and that really started that tradition. And that's where the Saint Nicholas is his name evolved. We still, of course, use that name Saint Nicholas as we mentioned earlier, he that name evolved into different names around the world. We have Father Christmas in England. For Saint Nicholas. We have popping Noel in France. And here are Dame came from center clause. The Dutch emigrants brought the name center clouds with that was their name for Saint Nicholas that meant that good Saint in the Dutch language center claws, and then the expression center clause evolved into Santa Claus. It's worthy named Santa Claus comes from you talk about which states in the United States are named after women. Yeah, that's a surprise. It's not the ones you would think of for example, you might think Georgia, you would think Georgia. Sure, but Georgia was named after King George of England, you might think of the Carolinas north and South Carolina or something. But Carolina comes from the Latin version of Charles, and that was named after king Charles of England, you might think Louisiana might have been named after somebody named Louise. But it wasn't. It was named after king Louis Fran. So there are three states that were named after women one of which is Maryland named after Queen Maria right of England. And then there is Virginia. Named after Queen. Elizabeth the first she was called the virgin Queen. She was well known by that name, and sir. Walter Raleigh was her subject than when he came over here. He named the area after her after virgin Queen and called it Virginia. So that's named after woman. And then we have the state of West Virginia you have to include because it also. So those are the only three states named after going through states in the US named after women Virginia West Virginia and Maryland interesting east of the Rockies, Suzanne, let's get you in here from Tennessee. I'm enjoying the program, George. Thank you. I would like to know where Murphy your originated Murphy's law. What do you got? That one where fees law. Gee, you know, I have been it had to do with somebody named Murphy. No question about that. But I can't put my finger right on which Murphy that was what can go wrong. We'll go wrong. Murphy's law, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. So we're Charles are almost out of time just about a minute left. Give us some information about your website and your books, but I'd be happy to Georgia. The book is called the all the all time book is fascinating facts, y'all time book fascinating.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on WLAC

"Jingle Bells. Right. Yes. We hear that everywhere Christmastime. But did you know that that's not that song was not written for Christmas? It was written for thanksgiving. Really? And if you listen to all the words in Jingle Bells, there's not one mention of Christmas. It's just an amazing fact the song was written by a man named John Pierpont who was related to J P Morgan GP Morgan the famous financier middle name was Pierpont. This John Pierpont wrote Jingle Bells for eight thanksgiving event at a church in Boston in the eighteen hundreds. And you know, the words are dashing through the snow in a one horse open the sleigh that makes you think a Christmas. Right. Yeah. But you know, they have cold weather up in Boston all the time. So anyhow, he wrote the song for thanksgiving. But for whatever reason it became so popular, and we hear really not at all. I Chris at thanksgiving time here, but we do here at Christmastime, it is in fact, there was a survey I saw a couple of years ago, it's one of the two or three most played songs on the radio and in shopping centers. And so on where people play Christmas music is just amazing. So you can use that fact on somebody Jingle Bells is not a Christmas. It's really written for thanksgiving. Read every every word in there. And there's no mention at all Chris did not know, let's go west of the Rockies to get started here. Tom is in port Angeles, Washington. Eight Thomas go ahead. When I was a kid, and it's still out there. There was an expression that went blown to smithereens. And I was wondering. Yes. What does this mother rain is is that a World War? One thing Charles. What is that? Yeah. I think it was became common between the two world wars. So I guess it does date World War One that that's a good guess, I really don't know where the what smithereens means let's that's just the sound of something, you know, being completely obliterated in one Phil swoop. That's about the best. I can answer that one. Okay. We'll find out. What is I met with Google? We can find anything these days Charles. What do you think? Should be able to for sure I guess it has to do with a World War One thing somewhere could be they threw grenades in. We're we're one you say that. There was a baseball team. That had a priest anonyna- Saint plane for them. That's absolutely true. What the heck was that major league baseball team? It was the Cincinnati Reds K, and they had a pitcher named Eddie priest. They had another pitcher named Howie none. And another one named Randy Saint Clair. So they hit a priest and nun innocent. Right. That's not all George. They had a temple in a church, Johnny temple good baseball fans. Will remember he played for a long time you second baseman for the reds, Johnny temple. Yes. And they had never him pitcher named Bubba church. So in our book, the all time books fascinating facts. We we call them the holy reds. They all played for the Cincinnati Reds, a priest to Saint a church and a temple when I was a kid growing up in Detroit, my favorite team, of course, Detroit Tigers and my favorite player at the time. When I was growing up was rocky colavito that he got it from the Cleveland Indians. And he was he was our outfielder slugger. And that means you just you know, as a kid you collect baseball cards and all that. But he was my favorite and jump ahead. Fifteen some years. I'm on an elevator. And I'm now in my mid twenties. And there he is on the elevator. And I said, Mr. Colorado. And he said, yeah,.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To your Christmas songs here. One of the most popular Christmas songs is Jingle Bells. Right. Yes. We're that everywhere Christmastime. But did you know that that's not that song was not written for Christmas? It was written for thanksgiving. Really, Ed if you listen to all the words in Jingle Bells, there's not one mention of Christmas. It's just an amazing fact song was written by a man named John Pierpont who is related to J P Morgan JP Morgan the famous financier his middle name was Pierpont. And this John Pierpont wrote Jingle Bells for eight thanksgiving event at a church in Boston. In the eighteen hundreds. And you know, the words are dashing through the snow one horse open sleigh that makes you think a Christmas. Right. Yeah. But you know, they have cold weather up in Boston all the time. So anyhow, he wrote the song for thanksgiving. But for whatever reason it became so popular, and we hear really not at all. I Chris at thanksgiving time we hear, but we sure do here at Christmastime it is. In fact, there was a survey a couple of years ago, it's one of the two or three most played songs on the radio and in shopping centers and so on where people play Christmas music. It's just amazing. So you can use that fact on somebody Jingle Bells is not a Christmas. It's written for thanksgiving. Read every every word in there. And there's no mention at all Chris did not know, let's go west of the Rockies to get started here. Tom is in port Angeles, Washington. Eight Thomas go ahead. L A when I was a kid, and it's still out there. There was an expression that went blown to smithereens. And I was wondering what does this mother rain? Is that a World War? One thing Charles. What is that? Yeah. I think it was became common between the two World War. So I guess it does date World War One. That's a good guest. I really don't know where the what's smithereens means let's that's just the sound of something. You know being completely obliterated. It wasn't fill swoop. That's about the best. I can answer that one. Okay. We'll find out. What is I bet with Google? We can find anything these days Charles. What do you think? Yeah. Should be able to for sure I guess it has to do with a World War One thing somewhere could be 'cause they threw grenades in World War One. You say that there was a baseball team. That had a priest anonyna- Saint plane for them. That's absolutely true. What the heck was that major league baseball team? It was the Cincinnati Reds. Okay. And they had a pitcher named Eddie priest. They had another pitcher named Howie none. And another one named Randy Saint Clair. So they had a priest and nun innocent, right? That's not all George. They had a temple and a church Johnny temple good baseball fans. Will remember he played for a long time was second baseman for the reds, Johnny temple? Yes. And they had never him pitcher named Bubba church. So in our book, the all time books fascinating facts, we call them the holy reds. They all played for the Cincinnati Reds, a priest of Saint a church and a temple when I was a kid growing up in Detroit, my favorite team, of course, Detroit Tigers and my favorite player at the time. When I was growing up was rocky colavito that he got it from the Cleveland Indians. He was he was our outfielder slugger. And w we just you know, as a kid you collect baseball cards and all that. But he was my favourite and jump ahead. Fifteen some years, I'm on an elevator. And I'm now, you know in my mid twenties and there he is on the elevator. And I said, Mr. Colorado, and he said, yeah, he's since retired at that time, and but great guy, but what a neat. Little fascinating thing to happen. Let's go to John first time caller and Colorado. Hey, john. Go ahead, sir. George wonderful and merry Christmas. John merry Christmas to you guys. It's great show. I just had one question. And you know, I want to know how my beloved dead tree tradition started. Yeah. With the Christmas tree. How did the tree start again, Charles? So that's what I wanna know. Well, we told that before you're talking about Christmas trees. Yes. Yeah. As we mentioned earlier in the old days in this country. People did not have Christmas trees in their homes as we said, George Washington never had a Christmas St. Thomas Jefferson, never had one virtually nobody had one the days of the nation. I was the Germans who started the tradition of decorating a tree, but it was done originally outside the decorated trees outside and then eventually began to bring them inside that then became a custom in Germany to bring the tree inside and have a decorated Christmas tree indoors. And then when a lot of German immigrants began to come to the United States in the middle eighteen hundreds and beyond they brought with them their custom of having a decorated Christmas tree in it homes. And it was only then that the custom started in the United States. And as we mentioned that Queen Victoria, another big impetus to having Christmas trees Queen Victoria, the famous Queen of England married Prince Albert of Germany, and he brought with him that customers they had a big Christmas tree in the Royal palace in in London. Around eighteen fifty in that picture was printed all around the world and especially in America. That picture helped popularize the idea of having a Christmas tree in your home. But that's how it started. But if you lived in let's say a year eighteen hundred. Chances are that you certainly would not have had a Christmas tree in your home. Who was the US president who spent most of his time in bed. What was wrong with him? That was William Henry Harrison. He was our ninth president served in the early eighteen hundreds. It was an old army guys real tough. And he was elected president and on inauguration day. In eighteen forty he. In fact, he he defeated Martin van Buren were talking about before who came up with the expression. Okay. William Henry Harrison was created. He won the election in eighteen forty and inauguration day.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Right. Yes. We hear that everywhere Christmastime. But did you know that that's not that song was not written for Christmas? It was written for thanksgiving. Really, Ed if you listen to all the words in Jingle Bells, there's not one mention of Christmas. It's just an amazing fact song was written by a man named John Pierpont who is related to J P Morgan JP Morgan the famous financier his middle. Name was Pierpont. This John Pierpont wrote Jingle Bells for eight thanksgiving event at a church in Boston in the eighteen hundreds. And you know, the words are dashing through the snow and a one horse open the sleigh that makes you think a Christmas right now. But you know, they have cold weather up in Boston all the time. So anyhow, he wrote the song for thanksgiving. But for whatever reason it became so popular, and we hear really not at all. I Chris at thanksgiving time, we don't hear it. But we sure do here at Christmas time it is. In fact, there was a survey a couple of years ago, it's one of the two or three most played songs on the radio and in shopping centers. And so on where people play Christmas music is just amazing. So you can use that fact on somebody. Jingle Bells is not a Christmas is written for thanksgiving. Read every listen every word in there. And there's no mention at all did not know, let's go west of the Rockies to get started here. Tom is in port Angeles, Washington. Eight Thomas go ahead. L A church. A when I was a kid, and it's still out there. There was an expression that when blown to smithereens. And I was wondering what does this mother rain is is that a World War? One thing Charles. What is that? Yeah. I think it was became common between the two world wars. So I guess it does date to World War One. That's a good guess, I really don't know where the what's smithereens means let's that's just the sound of something, you know, being completely obliterated it wouldn't fill swoop. That's about the best. I can answer that one. Okay. We'll find out. What is I met with Google? We can find anything these days. What do you think? Should be able to for sure I I'm gonna guess it has to do with a World War One thing somewhere could be they they threw grenades in World War One. You say that there was baseball team. That had a priest anonyna- Saint plane for them. That's absolutely true. What the heck was that major league baseball team? It was the Cincinnati Reds, and they had a pitcher named Eddie priest. They had another pitcher named Howie none. And another one named Randy Saint Clair. So they had a priest and nun innocent, right? That's not all George. They had a temple and a church Johnny temple good baseball fans. Will remember he played for a long time? He was second baseman for the reg Johnny temple. Yes. And remember him pitcher named Bubba church. So in our book, the all time book, we we called him the holy reds. They they all played for the Cincinnati Reds, a priest and under Saint a church and a temple when I was a kid growing up in Detroit that my favorite team, of course, Detroit Tigers and my favorite player at the time. When I was growing up was rocky colavito, they got it from the Cleveland Indians. And he was he was our outfielder slugger. And w we just you know, as a kid you collect baseball cards and all that. But he was my favorite and jump ahead. Fifteen some years, I'm on an elevator. And I'm now, you know in my mid twenties and there he is on the elevator. And I said, Mr. Colorado, and he said, yeah, he's.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"He kinda took Lucious Harris and stuff them in a lock initial facemask guy from once he put the head on top of the mask and you knew you were getting seventeen points on seventeen shots, and he just also just didn't need it. He needed it for exactly one game one off, and he was like twenty two points. I'm not take. Fine. And yeah, the ring, but three stars, six, seven, eight. And I was trying to see like he didn't have any Olympic things yet by fifteen thousand points was Cianci on Olympic team. Let's see. Really should have brought my computer down. But I didn't like to rough it. It is. I don't think he did the top of my head. When I think of is that dog should afford him. That's the now couple of FIBA teams we know Olympic. I feel like we, we don't give the FIBA teams enough love. They don't get any other. I mean. Yeah. So if you're going to include everything, he's got to FIBA. He's got a feeble America championship seven goal in the FIBA world, twenty ten gold. And it's also like a lot of these guys play on like the US eighteen teams and stuff like that. We don't put those teams like matter when they lose to Canada, like they did a couple of years. I was pissed anytime US men's basketball or women's basketball loses to a different country. I get infuriated. Another thing that view including like everything. Everything is number four tire by Colorado, and he was a three time Mr. Colorado basketball. Okay. So everybody has a high school accolade. I don't know how many people want to back toback toback Mr. basketball. We talked about it when we did like California. I think Tyson Chandler, one to Jason Kidd Gordon Gordon one too. He also won what he has won the first three. So when they started, he just one of those first three, which I'm guessing where his sophomore, junior and senior. So he'd probably have four and. Basketball. This guy so good. We have to give them more. He was also traded as a rookie though you got hold that against him nicotine over Man. there. I will say, if you go to the rest of Mr. Colorado, basketball's not agreed indictment for names. I'll even know. Matt Bouldin, remembering Gonzaga. The big dude. Member, Reggie Jackson, I didn't. Colorado. Cianci's my four then. Fair. And yeah, the bet..

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Trump's former lawyer seeks restraining order against Avenatti

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Trump's former lawyer seeks restraining order against Avenatti

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"mr colorado" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yeah i mean is there any real danger here if you're a broncos fan that none of them end up with the team and they gonna put it on the market or anything like that i mean this it's not going to have some boland's going to end up with it yeah selling the broncos i will i'll give up fly fishing before the entrust gets up to number broncos good that we got that settled i really enjoyed your chat with john elway that was in the gazette the other day do you the john elway more motivated by greatness or by proving doubters wrong you know that's a great way to frame it because that conversation i thought was extremely enlightening just on a human level from where john elway's coming from it just point when he told me that he's as motivated more vote evaded spent since he's been in the shop he's followed it up quickly with the criticism and the scrutiny that he's under it wasn't a case where he wants his you know motivated by the fourth ring which is obviously the case but he's a very aware and he listens and he reads and he's on twitter and i i was surprised i guess just to hear you know mr colorado say that you know he was upset by some of the things that people had said about his managing villages because i don't know what the heck's you know john elway has to why he has to worry about what other people think but you know oh maybe it's a generational thing because put her is something that nobody's dealt with before and he's active on twitter and he has an account you checks it and not that he needs to listen to me but i said twitter isn't real these aren't real human being just this is a fake imaginary reality that they've created and i think it should be treated as such but john elway is very very motivated by this upcoming season and the things that i took away from that conversation we talked for about two days was that he is very high on case keenum as a leader he's still has faith and paxton lynch is that as paxton as then that he can become a player in the nfl and he.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A contest for best body shop mr colorado you have worn by a landslide with an of one year that was that was on saturday one run a by a landslide you a warm endowment of there's no other body shop as it has ever worn the best body up title that's amazing folks we could looks are starting to warn organization bore talking multiple organizations that put this out of this contest out and in m rubber grieve mounds queens dinner much though the park in every situation let me just crutcher it's our guest friends but knock it out of the farc forest it opiates jolts 'dalits talk about the uh the economy of goodwill ripe ovitz the finger i just called at that but the ideals i was i think it was too so so the economy of goodwill in from my perspective than women for the purposes of this conversation it is your your guests come to you very in a state of of a allowing one way or another i am i mean that by far below the rim arrest but what to do next what it looks like and they're only knows the latter head with v insurance government who would love to steer the conversation and maybe even steer the car into their own bodies posted you know that the insurance companies actually have ownership stake in avert his body shops the colour of their preferred body shops and uh the money to remain you'd if you go vetter for everyone else for everyone else nut you yeah about your last on a total greg leroy how many how many insurance companies are you on their preferred list run all that the gold doughnut zero nothing nothing sell the business first ranking.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Tech company or is an ideal you've got but like all of the branding zeev route they are probably eat right like asking a lot of questions of it does it does look like a techies sometimes logo your realm but the heart behind it is that we serve as the operator and so going back to old school communication interpersonal one online how can we connect each other and plugging went to the next step or a goat cohost our guest through this segment are cohost next to ours is county kurtzer the switchboard networking fatigue what we are talking above those her business survey 206 one two four zero nine five against 206 when juve 401 a nine five an incoming there are written switchboard use exists in wish mr colorado yes right anna drummed out of you and assure yes so we have an licence r m business our company we are very very excited we do have our first location and san diego deal so you are on the west coast enjoying that side and that will be going life here in the next about six to eight weeks exciting yes or whoever is out there gas and realize your your gaza yeah one of the things you said that um i just i is zoom in on the partnership europe the you have with the people you know it's not yes receiving them tongue susan in employees that as in all of that kind of stuff but what you're really looking forward to shared partnership for uh for the marketing of the spaces so yeah yeah lattes brilliant well it's a win win right so it's a winwin for switchboard the entity as we get to know how to serve the community better or than we are able to adapt our model and for those business owners they're able it's flexible and off rangel what you need what what are we not serving with you now within our first year and we've taken that seriously and adapted from their feedback and not the beauty of that we want to make sure were connecting them in you you are conducting them because you handled it in your communications with the members to our are involved with your partners and yuri you know everybody suzy over here is due in a ribbon cutting or a a.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Merely as well as comey turtur coming to give us those in full view of your business how you hope the of the independent business owners yes so how we serve our community members and partners our and three different ways that we have business in a box partners were those are retail spaces think about that as a shared experience for forty business owners to had the dream of having retail space ranks and then we have a wonderful large venue that slugs can halt training workshops vendor advance team meetings mastermind groups and that by the hour and then we also have an executive suite for folks that are looking to do a little bit more meant smaller meetings and we also have any is a very unique space out more as mr colorado and uh it's it's so what is one hundred twenty as and gestures hans shared an area route deal and how many people deserve the workspace hold great question so you can accommodate to about thirty five to forty we are animalfriendly must shortness before a service animals yet it yes there is the artery disease brain laura you asked juve of he rubbed a horse yulia a hotel they'll use yesterday's news otila's of those your bring your bring your animals your pets in like this would run her horse into tubeila i'm going to make a note survey thank currently now plus a vase yes yes good good welcome so i don't know but you with i do sleep will do you view struggling with the deaths each league yes i was talking to their colleagues at stand texas in we've all kind of admitted hey harry doing hurry dongo or volcanologist struggling on the fatigue vice nice said i i just might be driving it said a dealer interestingly in on the jim cross an article.

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"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr colorado" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The big businesses they've got the more money that got the more resources they've got the more the more the more and here we are just trying to make a living take care our family in and make a difference in the community but we have to do it together we've got a bond together lock arms and say you know what i'm gonna help you succeed emily help another feather people achieve what they want rogue get what they want that's was executor said some leads help each other let spread the message of kindness the ingratitude share this message share the videos but more importantly colon inthing brag about somebody say something nice and lift somebody else that you know you wanna absolutely a much a break metal goes out to the exchange tavern in wish mr colorado of their address is one one nine four zero bread bernebeu boulevard in westminster eight zero zero three one they're open the most diesel which will two a m it is an irish pub its cozy they're putting out global including some great irish options the lug musical the weekends and a as we discovered today this were our was mr lee each group is hosted in every single friday morning in the i've been watching one of our our listeners a andrew does he writes in every friday above the amazing food that they have over the exchange tavern and to the ag you got to go up and experience some some of the food in italy biscuits gravy i will judge your restaurant based on two things biscuits gravy and x benedict and if you go one or both of those go with you go good line 'gabon what that's good because i that you're gonna say two things biscuits and gravy and your bathroom judge in a different with our delicate somebody's bathroom should i don't know why gathered yoshitomi your bathroom and i learn i feel like i now know how cleaner kitchen is i don't know why that is i don't know where i pick that up it's probably has it's probably nowhere near truth but then in my head of the rhythm your intersect nabil but you have beautiful bathrooms i'll let you finish here but to hold that thought there was this real quick the exchange tavern a three three four six nine zero 404 again through.

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