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"mr. bob" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I'm Larry, Richard. And Good morning. I'm Kevin Battle Big Big day for some good friends of ours from Katie. Katie be in the fan, Mr. Bob Poppy, Annie and Andrew Philip Pony who does the afternoons on the fan are together. Tom and Pony in a new podcast to premieres today at noon and pomp and pony around a disc Institute of Pittsburgh News line. Good morning, gentlemen. I got to tell you. What's exciting about this podcast is from what I saw. You guys were on Pittsburgh today. Live yesterday. Bob. Your office looks better than the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Z and Andrew's Got nothing. Can you donate some of your memory? Billion to Andrew? I think he's on his way I saw they got the number one rated show in the battle survey. Which is great. So you could put that flag But I have others. Yes, you could have the man who they are for rent. By the way to be truthful, Larry and Kevin, I can not on the zooms. I was trying to tighten up the shot. I can't figure out how to do it. It's very wide. I kept fiddling with the thing, but I just can't get the zoom right. Did you see Andrew? There's like nine bar stools in Pops Man Cave. Well, he made a last second adjustment, boys. If not for some help from me troubleshooting his camera angle. You wouldn't have a job that was full of fireball bottles. Fosca basically looked like Bob was auditioning to take Tom Cruise is Roland cocktail too. You saved the day you save the day, Andrew. Now you have the podcast. So they're they're stretching you guys out a little bit more. What can we expect in this podcast? You're gonna get some big names. I know. Hopefully some big bucks. Kevin. Thank you for that to point that out. Yes, they are stretching us. But it's work. It's work with Pittsburgh sports royalty Like Bob. He's already in the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame. Who knows what's next for him? Maybe can't in one day join us who shed their but that's great. I've always looked up to Bob. I've always enjoyed working with Bob. The radio. And the fun thing about this podcast is basically our bosses have said, Do what you want with it. You know, when I think Bob and I are in agreement that the way we're going to do this thing is we're going to talk to people that four stands and Pittsburgh care about and they're gonna hopefully see a different side of these people. Now. I don't want that to go on Howard Stern on these people. We don't need to pry into their sex lives and things like that, but not want to do that. I guess he can. We're going to try to get their personalities out. We're gonna hope that you know you listen to this and you learn more. About the person we're talking to, and you're entertained along the way. We're with Bob Poppy, Annie and Andrew Philip Pony. It's poppin pony, and this will be a lot of fun. I know both of you, obviously, Bob you a lot longer and I always thought of you is kind of the gym dance of Pittsburgh. Can't think of two guys, though, that are busier to squeeze this in what you've got Great roller. Dex is so Jim Nance is first today. What a class act and he'll be doing the Super Bowl on Sunday. Tell us about your relationship with Jim Nance. Bob. That's what made him a good guess right off the bat because of this week. He's been extremely busy, but I got to know Jim. The first time I met him was in 1998 Larry covering these at the time. The Winter Olympics, which were held on CBS. They sent me over there for 42 days and I got to see him and almost daily on. We just talked a lot. I introduced myself ever since then, we've been very good friends, and every time he comes in the town, we have something to eat chat. I hope you know, getting into town more, although he does have a place out west that we're going to talk about. That's rather intriguing. What he hasn't backyard. There's Andrew said these air personality driven. Thanks. We're gonna find out more about guys and girls and things that you may never know. Hopefully, you know things that It's just like sitting there on a culture of the bar, and we're chatting and having a conversation. So that's what I like about it. So you might be doing some breaking news and just a lot of great background in depth reporting on somebody's life, right? Yeah. I mean, for example, in the case of Nat's all the things that happened in his career that ended up where he is, he has keep teasing this, but there's a good story that you want to hear from him concerning toast breakfast toast. And Andrew got an answer out of him. Which you're going for a little bit, man. Well, but I mean, does that not pique your interest? He has something about those two. The lights we're gonna find out and Andrew for those that don't know. Course many people do know you from being on 93 7 the fan afternoons with Chris Mueller. But you're also on the CBS radio network. So people around the country? No, you so imagine that combined roller Dex is as it mentions pretty impressive now, Andrew, are you gonna be a little head? Sit in on book and some of these big guests that you know you want on your radio show. Instead, way wouldn't be able to get those types of names on our radio show because, unlike Poppy any Mueller's like an anchor that drags me down, so as soon as I pop in the Mueller name, it's amazing how people all the sudden they're scheduled books up and they get so incredibly busy. So you know that's been a hindrance. It shouldn't be with this because pockets all class. Everybody knows that. And I will also say about the first episode with Man's and Bob brings up the fact. They get together in Pittsburgh and dying with each other when he comes in for Steelers games, Bob, I think I heard Nance promised that I'd get included in that the next time, right? I think you said I get to tag along with you guys. Yeah, he was just being generous and nice and kind really didn't mean it. Oh, way. Did learn something about you. Your bar there. Your game room is nice within the Pebble Beach taproom. So very impressive. Very well done. I really It was beautiful. I really enjoyed seeing whom Have you been there? No, no. I just saw pictures of it. No wonder if Bob has he's got a hall pass every golf course in America. It's really not fair. You get a little jealous Andrew of Bob, you say, Bob in the doors, Just swing open. Everywhere you go. Not little emphasis on jealous for sure. I don't think little does it Justice but I think it's a testament all pumped the tires a little, but I think it's a testament to the job. The father's done. What is it now? About 50 years in television, for instance, burgers we got approaching remark approaching 40. My God Problem. 40. It's Jim Nance. You can get it now. Katie k dot com 93 72 fan dot com Apple podcast Spotify everywhere, podcaster available pomp and pony every week. Who's next?.
"mr. bob" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Officer. The man with the plan, Mr Bob Pain. So, Bob, you know when it comes to financial advice, there's a lot of hearsay out there say, say heresy, you know, people love to give you their thoughts on investing. Financial planning, whether the information is really valid or not, so that we could break down some of the more inaccurate statements about financial planning. We hear often like one that I hear all the time as well. I heard that you just have to have like a million dollars to retire these days. And you're good, you know, write a million dollar level reminds me of a client that I have where he and his partner Both made a million dollars a year. Now he saved. He follows financial plan He contributed to his 401 K. He put the You know the majority of his money in savings and invested it probably whilst partner spent every dime. Now my client's repeat, retired now for 10 years, his partners almost 80 now and still works because he has to, with millions of dollars slipping through his hands, and I think that's the point here. Is the fact that you really need to know what you spent and the problem of retirement is. It can last a very, very long time. And then some cases, you're talking 20 to 30 years and to your point, but it's a very, very dangerous place to be if you don't have your arm around your spending, because it's kind of like, Yeah, maybe have a million bucks. But that means nothing if he's not in context of what you're actually spending every single year, and that could be the difference between making it in retirement and basically Like you said, going back to work or never getting to retire. You know, it's more common than you think. Right years ago. You know what I used to do? The training program at Merrill Lynch were Dr Thomas Stanley. You know the famous author come in and speak almost every year, and he wrote the book about the Millionaire next door. Yes, and a lot of times. It's not the person with the big house that has all the money invested properly. That's right. Yes, but apparently it's people of four tourists. Is that live in the suburbs that you had no idea. They have wealth, but that's actually true. I mean, look at our client base. You know those with millions and millions of dollars that are in great shape, you would never know it. They live very discreet. Large. Yeah, you need to do the right type of planning night type of savings. You don't want to be the person. It's referred to that someone with a big hat, no cattle. So Bob, another one of these blanket statements that you and I hear all the time is what I heard. They used to start so security as early as you can, because the whole system's going to go bankrupt and you need to get your money. Now. You know why there's an expression in Washington about so security being the third rail, you know, they referred to the charge rail on a on a rail line. If you touch it, you get electrocuted. So so Security's the third real politics. No politician with the baby boomers, you know, depending on so security's gonna change so security in my lifetime. The other thing too. Bob is you can't afford to take so security wrong if you take it too early, And who knows? Maybe have a younger spouse Or maybe you're still working. You get penalized. There's a lot of reasons why you wouldn't take so security early and by doing that you could really jeopardize your retirement. It's really important that comes to so security that you optimize those security for your needs, and that's gonna be a lot different than the way maybe Bob you take it or anybody else takes it and income planning, which is such a crucial part of retirement planning really has to be done right. I mean, I can't agree with you more arrive when we run these well projections almost every financial plan we've got every year. The focus for most of my baby booming clients is on so security. Do we take it now? Do you take it later? What's the best strategy and there are strategies you can't ignore them. Now, if you're not retired, you're not a baby Boomer, Your millennial You need to plan as if Social Security is not gonna be out there. So planning with or without so security's so critical and income planning is really just the crux of everything because the bottom line is if you go into retirement retired now and you don't know how you're gonna drop from your portfolio's. That's a big, big problem. And we've seen this over and over again where you might have a portfolio. That's very growth oriented, with tech stocks being hot right now, which is great when you're in that wealth accumulation stage, Bob, But as you traverse over to drawing from your portfolio, you really need a different type of portfolio. And those that don't make that transition. You know, I hate to see them get caught up in something like another tech bubble burst thing. Like we saw back in 99 they you know if your brother always says there's better outcomes with more income..
"mr. bob" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Man with the plan, Mr Bob Pain, So, Bob, you know when it comes to financial advice, there's a lot of hearsay out there say, say heresy, You know, people love to give you their thoughts on investing financial planning, whether the information is really valid or not, so that we could break down some of the more inaccurate statements about financial planning. We hear often like one that I hear all the time as well. I heard. You just have to have like a million dollars to retire these days. And you're good, you know, write a million dollars level reminds me of a client that I have where he and his partner both made a million dollars a year. Now he saved. He follows financial plan. He contributed to his form one k. He put the You know the majority of his money in savings and invested it probably whilst partner spend every dime. Now my client's repeat, retired now for 10 years, his partners almost 80 now and still works because he has to, with millions of dollars slipping through his hands, and I think that's the point here. Is the fact that you really need to know what you spent and the problem of retirement is it can last a very, very long time. And in some cases, you're talking 20 to 30 years and to your point, but it's a very, very dangerous place to be if you don't have your arm around your spending, because it's kind of like, yeah, maybe have a million bucks. But that means nothing. It is not in context of what you're actually spending every single year and that could be the difference between making it in retirement. And basically like you said, going back to work or never getting to retire. You know, it's more common than you think. Right years ago. You know when I used to do the training program at Merrill Lynch were Dr Thomas Stanley. You know, the famous author come in and speak almost every year, he wrote the books about the millionaire next door. Yes, and a lot of times. It's not the person with the big house that has all the money invested properly. That's right. Yes, but apparently it's people for tourists. Is that live in the suburbs that you had no idea. They have wealth, but that's actually true. I mean, look at our client base. You know those with millions and millions of dollars that Aaron Great. Shape. You would never know it. They live very discreet lives. Yeah, you need to do the right type of planning night type of savings. You don't want to be the person. It's referred to that someone with a big hat, no cattle. So Bob, another one of these blanket statements that you and I hear all the time is what I heard. They used to start so security as early as you can, because the whole system's going to go bankrupt and you need to get your money. Now. You know why there's an expression in Washington about so security being the third rail, you know, they referred to the charge rail on a rail line. If you touch it, you get electrocuted. So so Security's the third real politics. No politician with the baby boomers, you know, depending on so security's gonna change so security in my lifetime. The other thing too. Bob is you can't afford to take so security wrong if you take it too early, And who knows? Maybe have a younger spouse Or maybe you're still working. You get penalized. There's a lot of reasons why you wouldn't take so security early and by doing that you could really jeopardize your retirement. It's really important that comes to so security that you optimize those security for your needs, and that's gonna be a lot different than the way maybe Bob. You take it or anybody else takes it and income planning, which is such a crucial part of retirement. Planning really has to be done, right. I mean, I can't agree with you more arrive when we run these well projections almost every financial plan about every year. Focus for most of my baby booming clients is on so security. Do we take it now? Do you take it later? What's the best strategy and there are strategies you can ignore them. Now, if you're not retired, you're not a baby Boomer here millennial. You need to plan as if Social Security is not gonna be out there. So planning with or without. So, security's so critical, Yeah. Income planning is really just the crux of everything because the bottom line is if you go into retirement retired now and you don't know how you're gonna drop from your portfolios. That's a big, big problem, and we've seen this over and over again where you might have a portfolio. That's very growth oriented, with Tech stocks being hot right now, which is great when you're in that wealth accumulation stage, Bob, But as you traverse over to drawing from your portfolio, you really need a different type of portfolio. And those that don't make that transition. You know, I hate to see them get caught up in something like another tech bubble bursting. Like we saw back in 99 they You know if your brother always says there's better outcomes with Warren, come, And if you're thinking yourself right now, I need an income.
"mr. bob" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Ah, Limited edition Dodgersthree Ball, Baseball, said all furnished by Nikos Sports. Start dialing right now. Good luck. Joining us now to talk about this is the man behind it. Mr. Bob, Bob. Bob. Welcome a John. Nice to be with you and congratulations to your wonderful city. You know you wait 32 years I've been a baseball my career for over 45 years I used to be with Chicago comes money years ago before that was a sportswriter. Covering a baseball back in the seventies with The Washington Post of Baltimore Sun, So I've seen a lot of great baseball season. But you know, to see the Dodgers finally get it done. They were knocking on the door step for someone of years. We wanted to do something very special and very limited. I know you were talking a moment ago about this special baseball set that Rawlings has produced. I get a chance to see a prototype this morning. It is really a sweet looking thing. For just $99. You could stagger these, but the good point about it is not everybody's going to be able only because only 2000 and 20 of the sets are going to be produced by Rawlings. They'll each come with a individually numbered certificate of authenticity. Again for just $99 to help us raise. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, which does great work, They improve education, health care. They deal with homelessness, Social justice and they've been around since 1995 tip of the cap to them before I go ahead and remind everybody how they can purchase use again. Through the 800 number website Do want to point out on each of these three baseballs that come inside of a beautiful acrylic display case. You'll get that numbers are difficult of authenticity. All.
"mr. bob" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"It's time for a news flash is time for Mr Bob Huse ler. TV Sports Play Jr. The Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz playing right now it has the makings of a memorable game seven. The Nuggets once trailed to Siri's three games to one and the Jazz in this game. Once trailed by as many as 19. But with 805 to go in regulation, Utah has gone in front jazz lead. It's 68 65 now inside. Eight minutes to go. Earlier, the Celtics beat the Raptors 102 99 coming from behind the outscore Toronto 30 to 21 of the fourth quarter. And in that fourth quarter Marcus Smart nailed 53 pointers. Brad Stevens You know, he's my first came in the league. I think he was gonna focus on that work on it improved. He has now made himself into that. That's been a lot of hard work on this part, and he deserves a smart finished with 19 is the Celtics take a Tuo Siri's Lee. The Islander score two goals late in a regulation to force overtime. But it was Scott Law No. The Flyers in overtime, who ended it in the Flyer. Stay alive. They beat the Islanders for three and out trail, the Siri's Three games to two Yankees for only the second time in nine tries this season, beat the raised 53 and tempers flared with one out to go after our oldest Chapman threw a pitch near Michael Brazos head Words were exchanged. Teams had to be separated as they left the field. Starling Marte, a Marlins debut. It's a tiebreaking homer in the eighth and the Marlins beat the Blue Jays. 3 to 2. Brad Miller. Homer twice drove it. Seven Cardinals 16 Reds to the Philly shut out the national Six Nothing Top seven Indians lead The Royal 61 bottom seven white socks and twins tied to bottom of the eighth. The Cubs have a Sixfive, leader of the Pirates. Top nine. Braves 10 Red Sox three The Orioles leave the minutes 95. In the top of the ninth. Bottom seven. Astros four, Rangers three Top five Giants haven't Ate one leader of the Rockies bottom of the seventh of Tigers trying to make it six greatly..
"mr. bob" Discussed on KCRW
"At this point I'm going to bring in the man behind the tiny desk, Mr Bob Boyle in. Hi, Bob. Hi there. Oh, my gosh. That montage made me tear up my desk so much and the actual desk that you haven't been around. And all those performances tell us who we just heard. So that was a fantastic degree toe is the first voice Galen Lee tanking the bangers, Ni Azumi and Quinn Christoffersen. I know. Right? Okay, so I want to bring in one of the judges because you do not do this long. Bob, You have help. Man musician Gina Chavez was one of the judges this year and she's with us. Hey, Gina. Hey, How are you doing? I'm doing well. So I mean, every year. This is a tough decision. You guys get so many entries. What were you looking for? Gina? This go around. You know, I think you just look for someone who captivates you, You know, especially when you're listening to multiple entries, often in a short period of time, you know you want someone that's going to stand out and grab you and obviously I think all of us agreed. We were listening with different ears this year. You know, because of the pandemic because of the black lives matter, movement and kind of what's been going on in our country. I do feel like all of us were Perhaps in needing something different than we might have thought we were. I mean, could you tell if if the pandemic and the associative isolation was that affecting in any patterned way, the entries that you got Absolutely so. The contest started in February. And you know, we see the entries from early on or a bunch of people in a room together for music, right? It's a very real and then the contest was supposed to close at the end of March, but As we came closer to Middlemarch, we realized Yikes. People need more time and they can't do what they were going to do and let's give them more time. And then we close the contest of the end of April and you can watch as the contest entries came in. How you get these messages from the artist. I was going to be with my band. I couldn't. So I'm going to do this solo or they got creative and did many of the things that we see now in terms of music, which is Videos of little squares of people playing in different times in different rooms. And but it all fell kind of powerful, huh? Okay, let's do it. Let's do the big reveal Bob, who is this year's winner? I'm so proud of winner of the tiny desk contest. 2020 is Linda Diaz and our song Green Tea. Ice.
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"Welcome to ghostly stare von Erich family curse. Go-slow is a podcast. That comes out every other week each episode we take it goes story or paranormal event. And look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real in. My job is debate those pieces of evidence and get you the listener prepared to vote on. If it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that subscribe button as always we are your host. I'm Pat I'm Rebecca and we have with us a special guest that has been on the been on ghostly more than anybody else can hold on. I'll take that record. Yeah it's Bob from Bob after dark. Oh Hey there everybody. It's Bob from Bob after dark. That's me that is you Mr Bob Anderson. Hello Everybody Hi Pat. Hi Rebecca. Hi So What's been going on with you guys. The question question. Let's do it in a positive way. We just had Chicago's paranormal panel. Also that was a lot of fun. You've been bill and Ted Today. Most excellent each other do. It was Super Fun as Friday night on Youtube Youtube slash. Go See podcast. You guys can go check it out and it was a lot of fun. Ursula told some crazy crazy stories about Hancock building in Chicago stuff that I did not know about And spiders such usually horrify spiders from Mars and good addendum to our poltergeist episode for sure That was stuff that we touched on in that but she definitely had more to say And then Steve Michaels who wrestler so related a little bit too are today Told me some things about. Msi that museum science industry. That I did not know about so people don't know what is like college at first after. Hospital of some sort of the Surrey State University Institute exists. I don't know but Yeah anyways it was. It was a lot of fun. Let a good story. So Yeah. Well we have a lot of episode ahead of us So we're going to save more of this kind of discussion for the end. The right now. We have to get to the listener mail and I know. Rebecca has a very special one disease. Finish up the series of finishing they. Mj series the third word steamed right with our Last ants Stuff going on on. Espn No this one is a little long but I wanted to just finish it out. So just as a reminder. This is a family that has now moved into a second house and the entity has now moved across the street into the House with them again. The little boy like let the thing in so let's continue absolutely in March of two thousand nineteen. We had decided that we would add a puppy into the mix. I don't know if this is what caused to what happened. What happens next to happen but it seems like things started to get worse a few weeks after we had gotten our dog we had seen the entity more often and it wasn't shying away anymore it would start flickering the lights and slamming cabinet doors. There were constant cold spots. My son started to think there was a monster in the bathroom and the kitchen. All places where weird things started escalate in May of two thousand nineteen so not that long ago? We woke up to our dog crying wanting to go side. He's using the bathroom. My husband took her out and she refused to come back in. My husband dragged her back into the house to the smell of sulfur or eggs. He woke me up to verify that I had also smokes something off. We searched the house that it was stronger from the back of the House. Where the kid's bedrooms were. We got the kids and took them outside. We called our landlord and said that and they said there could be a gas leak. They sent someone over to check and it was a gas leak after that gas leak. We decided to investigate other places to live. I liked that this family follows the rules. Get Out Right. At least they're trying. We packed her belongings. And they're the entity was again looking at are things at this point. I was done. I I yelled. Is this what you wanted? We're leaving and do not follow us. Something seem seeming to hear me Russia. The dining room to the back door. Slamming the door. She's a she's a tough lady. Talent is entity. Yeah all right. We had moved into a rent to own on Thursday June. We had originally seen this house's something we could make our own a way to get away from all the things that we've been dealing with it. The previous you places had everything moved in by Saturday. Still were working on a packing that first Sunday of living in this new residence. I was moving things around. And the kids were in their My husband was outside with our dog when I saw the dark. Figure a get so like moved to tone totally new house there. It is again the Third House Third House. It was standing just by my side of the bed. Just watching me. After about five minutes of just standing there started to move towards me. I grabbed the kids outside on the first Monday of living in this new residents. I was laying down on the couch in the living room with my daughter underneath the AC unit. Because it was in June Kansas so a little warm in the house. My son was playing on the floor in the same room as us by husband was setting up the house. Our dog started whining to go outside. Seeing I was with the kids my husband. Said said he would take the dog outside to do your business when she was done. She refused to go back inside the house again. She kept arguing toward the House and tried to drag my husband away from the door trying to drag him down the driveway. He ended up putting her on a chain right outside the front door and came back inside. He opened the door. The smell of sulfur hit. He asked me if I had smelled it since we were sitting low to the ground in constant movement of air from the AC unit. We hadn't initially smelled it this time. The smell was overwhelming and not at all like just a few weeks previously that we so we determined to the gas company to be called instead of waiting around on the landlord to get back to August and the gas company told us we needed to get out of the House immediately and get as far away as possible. We all sat outside in the car Sitting in the street is far away from the house but still close enough for the gas company to ask questions if they needed it after. The gas company came in surveyed the leak. They determined that if we were to go to sleep in that house. We may not have woken up for sure. If we laid our daughter down she would not have because the gas leak was coming from her room.
"mr. bob" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To this is is Terry was plain and I'm thinking you know this to be a story behind this it's someone out there is someone is Mr Bob dobolina I told you this is so random this is so random but it was satisfying my curious nature when it comes to music this I learned about music is a very curious so I'm thinking okay whose Bob dobolina so this is that's the song by but del the funky Homosapien Topolino right Mr will gain strap was dominating hit pop would say the early nineties della because of Ice Cube so what what I asked curious is where is Bob dobolina he didn't know either so I decided to look it up just just a random was it because the vice cue ball any found inspiration from Cork your sources no I didn't see this connection coming so here's is rapper who out to be a big fan of the TV show the Monkees three writes the song in response to a mostly spoken word bit by the group the Monkees titled zilch now in this bizarre song them a play for a real quickly here it begins with Peter Tork we lost earlier this year repeating the name Mister Bob Dombal dobolina here it is right here Mr dobolina Mr Bob dobolina Mr dobolina Mr Bob dobolina but you got to be kidding me so del the funky Homosapien says you know I just got to conceptualize you Mr dobolina would be they also is is is is is which is basically somebody thanks to the new what was hip father he was cool but he's really right awful like he'd right already said he right off he said yeah so so I decided that I would mix the two why not so it's put Peter Tork over Mr Bob dobolina here we go this.
"mr. bob" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Couldn't ask or Orlando or I guess deals. The. Goodness, your buddies now? They're not my buddies, though. I liked him. But I, I just want to play it so cool. And I'm famous people. Perry never give you a little re tweet anything ever. Li-. No line on Twitter Yang Twitter. He would. Yeah, Mr. Bob Dylan's. Let's that million. Maybe there's a little treat in it for somebody in this room. Why what do you want us to do? I don't know. I don't want them, then I have all drug small. It's like dictators and drug lords full me all of a sudden, like wait. What? Every time we see your activity you're involved with them. Got a mobster activity. It's like the new leader of Venezuela. Just followed me what's up? That's funny. I think that's it. We're going to go and get get rocking here on the show around the room. Real quick, Amy, what would you Amy still in the dark way you got to get off that I look over? There is a really big. I feel like she's an order something today. There's so much talk here. I just don't see, I mean, everything from like, you know, Bruce Lee's nunchucks from Asia, they'd be shipping formation. They don't ship to Australia, by the way, Blang. Okay. It's stolen. That's why probably from a museum. Yeah. In LSD. That's cool. Oh, of what listen, Moroccan hash Now nominee? man. That's good stuff. Glock. I was watching the tour bus diaries show. Yeah. Have you started that? No. I have not. You'll love it. It's Amy wouldn't enemies over there still because they even put like Niamey's Amy's over there reading about Kentucky cocaine or something. No. Hundred percent satisfaction guaranteed. Oh, I'm sure I'm sure you can go back for a refund. That'd be real nice. Their customer service Chick-fil-A. I mean they're just giving. Whiter by a gram of cocaine. I even know it's really go gain that. You're gonna go like tough. All sales are final. Got a problem with I can't even get a hold of them again. All right. We're to say that you like, okay so does this show called. Diaries, right. Tales from the tour. Bus Mike judge presents tell from tour tells the tour bus. And if you love music history. It's awesome and they're all cartoons just the threat. They are them but there's drawing cartoons. And they did the whole first. Season is country. Uncle right integrate because they did Johnny paycheck, Jerry Lewis, George Jones, and Tammy Wynette, which crazy, Tammy Wynette. George Jones, George Jones. I bet you why. Yeah. Not a great guy really. She'll watch it. Great singer. Not the best guy. Good to know and Tammy wine, and how they got married. They found each. It's a wild story. Billy, Joe shaver, which is fantastic..
The International Space Station Begins
"So today is another very special episode because we're celebrating the twentieth. Anniversary of the beginning of the international space station. The I s a critical mission in this story is S T S eighty eight. It's the shuttle mission that brought the unity module to join the first element Zara in space. It was the first ISS assembly mission for the space shuttle, the first time I s elements join together and the first spacewalks for ISS assembly and maintenance SDS Eighty-eight launched on December fourth and return, December fifteenth nineteen ninety eight so tell the story we're bringing in Jerry Ross, he's a former astronaut and flew with Mr. Cabana, Mr. Bob. Cabana the commander and currently the director of the Kennedy Space Center on SDS Eighty-eight. Ross went out with astronaut Jim Newman back during the mission for the first three spacewalks of assembly and maintenance to give you some idea of how cool that is where over two hundred now for I s assembly and maintenance base walks at the time of this recording. So with no further delay less giambra head to our talk with mister Jerry Ross for the twentieth. Anniversary of the international space station and the milestone mission SDS Eighty-eight enjoy. Jerry. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you actually taking the time to come on here. I'm glad to be with you. So today, we're going to be talking about a milestone mission SDS ADA. This was a lot of I this was the first time that the first ISS assembly mission, the first ISS, our international space station space walk to actually do assembly and maintenance very important milestone in the beginning of the international space station program. So I kind of wanted to start by just sort of setting the scene. This is late nineteen ninety eight hour talking about what is what's going on at NASA where we coming from what's going on right now. What's going on one thousand nine hundred eight? Okay. Well, for me, personally, I'd been on one of the MIR missions SEO seventy four when we'd gone up and visit the MIR station, and we actually added the docking module to the MIR station that all subsequent SP. Official visits. There used to dock to the MIR station after that was done. I went into a fairly lengthy period of leading the spacewalking team to try to figure out how we were going to build a space station from spacewalking standpoint, we build a large cadre of crew members and engineers and and flight controllers. We went through evaluated every piece of hardware to make sure that we could physically do what we're supposed to do. Or what the engineers needed us to do to do the assembly and maintenance activities on that? We found many things that were not adequately designed and sent those back to the program and said, we can't do that. And we worked hand in hand with them to figure out ways to fix things and get things ready for us to be able to confidently build the station and maintain it. So this was coming from experiences on MIR to right because that was also a collaborative. Endeavor even said, you were talking about the docking module that fit the US shuttle to the MIR. Right. We didn't do any spacewalking on MIR except for one or two times. Okay. And that really didn't feed into to this effort. But certainly what we did learn on MIR about longer term stays in space in the logistics of it and how to do the care and feeding for the crew members that were up there for long periods of time. That's all certainly folded into our our thought processes in our planning and our execution of station. Once we start staffing it. Okay. So then how how did you even start with if learning to spacewalk, and knowing what you were going to do to actually assemble the international space station. Okay. Well, I had done five spacewalks already by that sorry for spacewalks by that time
"mr. bob" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"But I'm into deep and I can't back out now, which is probably what Mr. knievel felt as well. I mean, I've always been a guy that tried to live by let your yeses be. Yes. And your nose be no. And and you know, what I mean, sometimes you gotta put your money where your mouth is. And or your ass where your mouth is pretty much everything else where your mouth is you just better back it up, especially as a stunt, man. So. You know, there were there were times. I'd say oh crap. What did I get myself into other times that arrogantly I'd say, I got this. You know, if it doesn't kill me. I got in jumping the snake river canyon, obviously, you were honoring evil knievel's legacy. But you you did a little bit more than that as well. Talk to talk to us a little bit about Scott treks in the process of building that rocket. Here's where the story really really has has deep meaning, and maybe people will see it in the film. You know? I'm just some schmuck that medi look at it as a kid, and you know, he inspired me, but but the true acts family Bob trucks, who was a world renown like rock scientists Bob treks is the guy that evil knievel contacted to build his rocket. And and Bob true ash. Had this great career of successful. I mean, he was one of the founding of NASA. So now, he builds a rocket for evil knievel. And now he's in the public eye and this. This thing doesn't get across the canyon. So for the true acts family, that's always he's been famously known for this failure of a rocket while at the same time. Mr. Bob trucks, had a son Scott trucks is about my age. So what he was a little kid. His dad was building evil's rocket. Well, when that was unsuccessful Detroit ex family has had to live with this failure. That's kind of like hung over the family name. I was able to hook up with Scott to us who who is what a sweetheart and a gentleman that guy is and in hooking up with them. He told me, hey, I can build you. I still have spare parts from the original rock, and I can build you the same. I have my dad's blueprints. I have everything if you have the wherewithal to want to attempt this think you can I can replicate the exact rocket, and I went, wow. I mean. That was then it was really getting cool. So we teamed up together Scott, and I and off of his father's spare parts and off of his father's blueprints built me pretty much fit form and finish the same exact rocket. It was at a time warp from nine hundred seventy four this was not a modern carbon fibre and computer kind of thing. This is built with duct tape and a crescent wrench and a hammer. I mean in. Wiley Coyote, but very effective in the process of me making it across kind of cleared the true axe name and showed that Bob drew axe built a rocket. That would in fact across time to put my expert and on for a minute. And I'm want to tell you what.
"mr. bob" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Dmitry hairs in the locker room after today's win five, seven, six, seven, six. Let's go to Sean listening to us in Carolina. What's up John. Hey, my question for you guys. My seven year old daughter. That's me question today that I had no idea how to respond to her. She saw Mr. Bob sat in on the fun instead. He looks so boring. Why. I had no response. Fortunately, it was like seven or Kim to nothing that that point. But. How do I respond to my daughter in the morning, you grab the standings and you show her, you say they're six in one young lady. That's how he's bored. What was the question? I didn't hear light is Bob Sutton looks so boring come on. He he, he's not boring. That guy. I mean, he, he's the Pitta me of excitement. I mean, Mr. electric city, all the energy. I like talking about Sutton. When you ask him a question, he'll do his best to answer it. He'll spend a minute and a half on you. He probably answered the question in about twenty seconds but will give you as much detail as you can. You can handle. He's had a rough, go of it and it was nice to see the defense succeeding. I think tonight, John pre shared a man, let's go to Reggie out in Anaheim. What's up Reggie? You're on six cents portray guy. Amen. Bob said, look like, hey, high school. Rockies you. Stay up? Yeah, I disagreed respectfully disagreed with rink a couple of hours ago. I'm sure she's king down in the Texas area. Does it might find job, but do it better than the west coast. Hey, man, you been out here, but I know how we get down, man. I remember them. So second thing is allergy may shout set up to the defenseman I played inspire fall, and I think that they, I think that the understand that if all have to do get a little bit for effort and tackle visit amazing how tackling people actually make you beat better tackle in in it lists everything. You know what I'm saying? The whole team is feeding off each other's this. I think that move before man, if you know the offense continue with they do defense let you take up football, man, I'm gonna say, I'm the Nadi worse. Super Bowl grow like like it's becoming more and more clear. We thought this team has legitimate shock to keep abo- and the the Alex Smith years to the body shot time years, vol controlled yards. That's the thing of the past, and it also makes you look at how archaic outdated that brand of football is in world tight. Do that. Now the Jack something that doesn't work, then you guys what you doing man, keep going. She's as always good to hear from me Reggie, we got wide open phone lines..
"mr. bob" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Appreciate Alfredo Ortiz show very much, and we're going to visit with him a little bit later this this hour, and and talk about the great news. The census bureau announcing this week that the Hispanic household income has hit a record high. So first middle class Americans record high median income, thanks to the Trump economy. Thanks to the Republican economy now, Hispanic household income hit a record high of fifty thousand four hundred and eighty six dollars last year. Hate to break it to you that ain't Obama. Sorry. President obama. It's not you it wasn't you? It was you twenty-five before the our number's eight hundred six five five Mike who's got a bunch of calls here. I want to also salute. I wanna do a. For years. I've talked about customer service in America. Because many of us believe it sort of a dying breed. It's coming back. I think customer service is coming back in a big way. A lot of it's the gig economy, these apps, you can get things done now online, and and a response level that we never used to have the airlines we always love to everybody beats up on the airline industry. Something happened to me last night, a quick customer service story, I want to share with you. And how easy it is to make a customer show happy when they start out being so miserable. Give you that update in just a moment. But first, let's get a bunch of phone calls in here. Get your reaction to what we're experiencing here. Let's start with Carl Carl. How are you? Hi, mike. Hi, real quick. I want to your opinion. I saw I'm really not too political. I really don't know how things really go as far as that. But common sense tells me that Donald Trump if the Republicans do well in the midterms I think he's going to more or less clean house as far as getting rid of. Lowenstein? Well, he's been doing that. He's been clean, and there's been a lot of churn in the White House Carl. I mean, there's nothing new about that. But it's a good question. I know you we've talked before let me I thought weirdest experience last night on auto body experience on the plane, besides the customer service experience, I wanna share with you. I got the car Woodward book. And I mean Bob would get the mix up Carl Woodward. Bob Bernstein, I did I did that once to to their face years ago? I literally did that I said with Mr. Bob Burns. Bob woodward. It's Carl Woodward anyway, Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward, so Bob Woodward's book is called fear about the Trump administration. Right. It's supposed to be this big inside account of the real chaos and the nervous breakdown. That's in the Trump administration. I'm about three chapters in there is nothing. I haven't read yet already. It's been out there. This is all stuff has anybody. Noticed this about this book and its course flying off the shelves that they supposedly have already sold over a million copies. It's one of the biggest selling books of the year, if not the last few years, this is these are all stories that have been imprint and in publication and online for the last two years the meeting between Roger Ailes supposedly and Bannon and the David Bossie, I know I did this was all a rehash. But the the reason it's so cleverly marketed as evidently now, he's got corroboration for the meetings or something and these conversations that are in quotes. Listen beats the heck out of me. But hey, nothing new that I've seen so far in the book fear. Well, the thing I'm fearing is I'm gonna fall asleep trying to read it eight hundred six five five Mike Benjamin, you're on the Mike Gallagher show. How you doing Benjamin? Hey, check this out. I got two comments really quick. But the Republic if anything the democrat page that Trump is doing a good thing. They hate it. You know, what to get? No kidding. No kidding. They hate everything. He's doing. Oh. Yeah. According to the the bread calm. I think. If I was driving down the road, beating whatever. Officer tried to pull their let's say. Four days later, thirty years later in this case. Sees me and says, oh, by the way, you're feeling thirty years ago. I got to give you a ticket. You can't just bring up. Something that happened thirty years ago if it was never taking care of them. But that's still. Yeah. But that's the whole nature of all this bench minutes, all decades-old old allegations. I just saw Harvey Weinstein now has another accuser. Now, this is an eleven th I guess on the record accuser from somebody from London from the early nineteen nineties. That's the nature of all of this. And of course, the argument is powerful people. The metoo movement was I think born out of powerful men preying on vulnerable women and lording over them and using their power and their influence to to assault them and get away with it. And so the the argument or the the the logic is you never can let somebody get away with this ever if you assault somebody, and if you, you know, threaten somebody's livelihood and do these just things. And. No. Most of these cases other people have come forward in this case, it seems to be Justice lady just. Professor Ford, which is another part of the peculiar aspect of this whole controversy. I can't get passed Dianne Feinstein sitting on this since July. That's the part that I cannot get past. If she's a champion of of of assault victims, if she's looking out for the welfare of people, if she's worried about other women who could might could get assaulted, you go right to the source of this, you know, to the to the alleged perpetrator during the confirmation hearings, and you bring it up you say judge cavenaugh we have this anonymous allegation. I'm sorry. It's anonymous we got to ask you about it. You deal with it. Right then. And there. I'm Chuck Grassley, chairman of the judiciary committee is saying that they're set to go for Monday and judge Kavanagh's set to go. But so far. This accuser will not respond to the judiciary committee's emails and phone calls and requests to testify Monday. So that'll be pretty interesting. If the accusation is out there the allegation is there. Judge Cavanaugh is ready to defend his name. And the accuser doesn't follow through with testifying which might explain her attorneys position. Her attorney Debra cash was on CNN. This is cut number nine paths. Pavlina the attorney saying, well, it's not up to her to corroborate her accusation. I saw that last night online on the plane. I'm I'm flying back from from L A, and I'm thinking, wait a minute. You're making this accusation in an attempt to stop somebody from becoming a supreme court Justice and extensively ruining his life. Or certainly creating. Irreparable harm to his reputation to his otherwise stellar reputation. You don't feel any kind of obligation to corroborate your own charge. But that's pretty much. Exactly what Deborah catch. Her attorney said last night on CNN. How's your quiet spoken to any of those other guys or that girl who could help corroborate her story? She's not. And why not is it time to do that? That's not her job to do that. If this is going to be investigated. It should become investigators. Not her job to do that let somebody else do that. She'll just make the allegation she'll notify the Washington Post, she'll write her her congressman, and then let the chips fall where they may. This is tough. This is really really tough seventeen minutes before the hour as we countdown forty nine days away to the midterm election. Incredible jobs news, economic news with the economy continues to soar, and if you vote for the Democrats, you know, you're going to undo that you know, that's going to stop you have to know that. Dive and all that with cheese and just a couple of moments. I want to tell a quick I wanna brag on United Airlines for just a moment. The airlines are always fair game for people complaining always there's all kinds airline stories and United has headed sheriff PR headaches the doctor that got dragged down the aisle, boomer the doctor and his head was banging along the the foot rest or the headdress or the armrest. He was run up and down the aisles lot of crazy things happen on planes. These days. Of course, I'm all excited because I'm like a little old lady. I love the drama and I love watching conflict. So I get this world wind trip to Los Angeles over the weekend by participated in the the age seventy the answer K early townhall meeting Sunday night. With my friends and colleagues, Larry elder and Dennis Prager and Michael Medved and sheriff, David Clarke, and Brian and Jenn. And it was a last second trims Friday. He can you get to LA. Mark Levin had to cancel this Zil. Sure. No problem. I get out there. And I'm in New York. So it's a it's five five and a half hours coast to coast and coming back last night. I was exhausted. I mean, the the meet and greet, man. They had hundreds of people, and it was it was a long day and a long trip, and I'm getting up there. I'm an old, man. Some flying back. I said a settle in. I've got my little routine on a long flight. I get my little. So stupid socks on and my little magazines, and I've got my ipad. And I'm all ready to go. Nice long flight. Then I love these seats get to push a button, of course, and it reclines, and if you're on certain kinds of plane the foot rush comes up, right? I'm pushing the button on the seat. Nothing. Nothing happening. Nothing working.
US, McClure and Philadelphia discussed on Jim Bohannon
"The. Scene of a horrific head on truck a, bus accident if the. New, Mexico Arizona border killing at least seven more than thirty three patients were transported to local hospitals with injuries some in critical condition after, a tractor trailer struck a greyhound bus with forty nine people aboard it
"mr. bob" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"None of us ever looked like what you think we looked like and it was. It was the, same when I was a kid too it's like oh okay I didn't picture into look like that But I just was. Always? Fascinated with radio, and how, it's kind of theater of the mind you know like I said people get get an idea of what someone looks like they don't, know what a studio looks like they. Kind of figure it might, be some small little box. Or, whatever and it's. Fun because when people come to our radio station here and they are picking up prizes or. Whatever if I'm ever in the area invite him, up if they've got time invite him, up to the studio and every single time they're like wow I. Had no idea this look like this right and it's just you know I I hope that, I'm doing for them what these radio guys. Did for me when I was a kid because it's just it's you can imagine what it looks like but for the most part you're probably not getting. It Well, I, I. Can I can truly say that definitely They, can imagine or be? Thinking about what it might be like but it totally isn't going to be what they think. Is going, to be like, I'm sure it's close but you know it's you know. You hear someone was in the studio with. Me probably a month ago and our traffic report was on and she. Was kind of looking around like where's that coming from and I said well it's actually in the building but, it's a it's a few or, if you were, running network news or, something they don't get that it's hard to it's hard to imagine, that, it's not coming from the building the network. News? Might be coming, from the, network and we know that we need to join it at the top of the hour we don't do it at any of the, two stations that I work on currently. But it's but I've I've, I've run network news in. The, past and people. Are like where's that coming from Well I know this is all really they're fascinating to the listeners because they really don't understand all you know all that it takes in in doing all? Of the various, things, that have to be done, and it can, be done and that it really broadens your horizons because you don't, have to just do. One thing in. Radio right yeah there's lots of things there's a lot of. Options now our special guest tonight is our celebrity radio show host Mr. Bob they ship and so call in at seven zero two. Two five seven five three nine six that's seven zero two two five seven five, three.
"mr. bob" Discussed on Planet Money
"Dot com slash money july two thousand sixteen a woman calls nine one one she's a man she says looks mentally ill and she says she thinks he's got a gun or at least something shaped like the police come the shoot but they should the wrong guy here what happened on the embedded podcast there's a lawyer in kingston michael hilton real quiet talker born and raised in jamaica claims to be the only person on the island who likes baseball he's a yankees fan and he's modest and what's your title mr title lawyer to note low in private practice mr bob marley's lawyer you are the lawyer for the bob marley family let's see what i mean modest that i don't know somebody has to do michael was running what is essentially the justice department in jamaica and then he decided to go into private practice and in two thousand eight he gets a call a beach has been stolen taken in the dead of the night hauled out in dump trucks witnesses who saw trucks in the mates moving sun but who could not see would send was being thing and michael hilton his job was to find this missing sand the challenge would be to prove where the sun went who took it and who benefited from it so michael heads to the scene of the crime drives down of rocky overgrown dirt road goes past herds of goats and through a mangrove forest there's a crumbling medieval looking stone castle on a hill and peeking out through the beautiful mango trees is that aqua blue caribbean sea and then he sees it there were holes that were probably ten feet deep there were holes where there were trenches deep trenches like if someone went down one of these you probably would not be able to see them digging trenches like this would require some kind of excavator type of equipment with there is was there any way that you can like fill the whole like just kind of move it around to fill the holes or you'd need a lot of new son to do that they took almost all the sand with them so if you were in a boat you saw water rows of claude out sand trenches and then trees no beach the amount that was stolen was not something that you could just hide in somewhere house it was way too much sand so michael thinks there has to be a huge just pile of sand somewhere on this island they're looking all over jamaica but they don't find any big pile of sand so michael thinks this send it must have been spread out some somewhere and where would sand be spread out and who has the money to buy a million dollars worth of sand beachfront resorts they become michael's primary suspects twisting it it would almost certainly have gone to do beach building is that it would have likely gone to new beach building people building beaches that weren't there before sometimes sand is also used for sand michael sends one of the owners of the stolen beach a sand scientist and a justice of the peace on a mission up on a helicopter the justice of the peace is kind of like a notary whose only job is to corroborate what happens on this helicopter and make sure no one tampers with the evidence and this scrappy eagleeyed sands squad they noticed something to particular hotels these hotels looked like they were built on beaches that had brown sand and it kind of looked like white sand had been sprinkled over the browns end vivian area where the son was i the brown are sparse and then suddenly there was a large stretch of new weight expensive son and michael thinks this is my stolen whitesand i just need to prove it the pilot lands the helicopter on the border of one of these private resorts the sand scientists runs out collect some samples and then runs back onto the helicopter and while they were flying around in helicopters a guy from the united nations was wandering around the beaches hello can you hear us over there yes absolutely hello sarah this is pascal on buskila baluchi i'm from sit salaam pascal is with the environmental arm of the united nations he happened to be in jamaica at.
"mr. bob" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Is an original i'm so proud i think mr bob you're gonna be a part of that website the my correct well i hope so i hope you're sitting in your information oh yeah it's going to be is gonna blow you away when you see this um but are we talking about wilkes which from a slab we're talking about expensive joint repair the wife system you can do it yourself now before the break he was explaining how easy it is to put in now love this labs in a dry we have been a moving around because of say three routes so just something is not lined up how can we take care that i mean that's extremely combination i mean it is it's almost rare to find something that hasn't moved to mean if it's not tree roots then it's you know the so we're on clay were on sand or you know one thing or another but they're slabs removing sometimes up and down and and and the spaces change tell us the leapt product we'll go in in compression so it's each size let's say you if you had those uh one by 4 is in there you you pick the threequarter inch size that one by force about threequarter but that threequartersize we'll we'll do plus or minus an eighth of a niche still things can move quite a bit and that same size will still go in and uh he even if things have moved shifted up and down so you have a slight steps in your in your driveway and all your sidewalk uh this is one thing that that term slab can do that these tore in place fillers just hand especially like a self level kok they go in the tunnel like uh the consistency of honey and they're going to flatten out so you can't make a ramp with it uh the term slabs of solid uh shake that's sort of like a rubber and you can put it in at an angle and and make a little bit of a ramp to blend in and make it less of the trip hazard until uh ha whenever you have a situation like.
"mr. bob" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Radicals will ask davila but i adore no wreckage he hangs up six years later i become the creative cheer of for the los angeles forum arctic for the jazz series are i hope program twelve concerts per year eight at the hollywood bowl forward walton's he concert hall i thought 'it's now or never no i haven't spoken with jaylen brown six years and we left on a very bad no but i have to ask a called as manager total will happen and though charles bob blesses are mr bob says the homeless mcgrath mr brown you can follow me your career he's kept up more stuff you've been door i don't know if he's will do the hollywood bowl with you but i will ask them artur 24th two thousand five myself or rings is charles bob christian yes job i though was bob well it's often i'll talk mr brown he would love to work with you he said he's looking forward to working with you and your ban during all of the music from seoul on top so i sat there frozen for about a good five minutes and put everything in motion september the six two thousand six jaylen brown i perform together farley at the hollywood bowl mccourty.
"mr. bob" Discussed on WREK
"Mr dobalina mr bob double enough mr dobalina mr bob doubledealers april going into the meeting janika going on the meeting even the advocate modena subtleties gene a moment in the modern gave them any credence in his of my opinion at the beginning of the genus a new comedy is getting just a mile law black people give me kamasi washington this might be blunted by the needs people engine sms yes llc trai straight kathy why not probably i got a bottom up higher dr padded tweezers royal got a bottomup pay over right a mob will pay more us trying to squat bob bob bob regatta i go sporadic bob admired the ladder gene i got a problem a pair the guy bob short i got a short really i gotta bob guy good he chambas yes new lorde yes style.
"mr. bob" Discussed on WJR 760
"Road in kensington road only five miles per hour is things get back to normal 275 ne northbound from and fourteenth the sixmile averaging thirty five miles per hour even slower than that is on ninety four westbound from woodward past the lot it's fifteen miles per hour 696 westbound from the lodge telegraph to 96 275 m 5 by thirty celebrate could not car westbound 94 river road and grassy disclose from twenty two twenty nama because of dump truck lost its load i'm mark mitchell wjr traffic and weather first on the fives now from the lafontaine volvo weather center increasing the temperatures this weekend increasing the thunderstorm chances specially by mid week it is a beautiful sunny monday after you know little warmer than the last couple of days eighty seven degrees this afternoon mid 60s tonight and upper 80s again tomorrow with a stray thunder shower chance for some late day showers thunder showers wind stay high temperatures in the mid '80s from the weather channel i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore loose talk seven sixty wjr sunny skies 88 degrees next news straight up at four o'clock i'm kimber goski wjr news once again here's steve courtney yet lomas brown live from the lions headquarters in training facility and alan park welcome back into the guy gordon show here on seven sixty w j r guy has a day off his losses are gain steve courtney along with alleged himself lomas brown at bell lions training camp here in beautiful allan park just so happens the general manager himself as that by mr bob quinn boboy undoing great glad to be on the show and real excited about the start training camp well before he went on a you were mentioning bob you get away for a little bit with the family little vacation and you start to get their h like there's something else i need to be doing here and lo and behold training camp underway yeah it's a set time of year you you get away for a little bit to kind of rechargeable battery over the long you know the season the draft prep the creatine cpap and then you go through the spring process it is time to get away for a couple of weeks but then you kind of get that hey it's time to get back to football time to get the the training camp grass cut get depths that fresh smell and now we get into the competition which is.