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"mrs edith." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:08 min | 2 d ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Let's fly away. If you get your son suddenly there's about five Bombay. Come on, Flying me! Go! Count Blume, flying with In llama land. There's a one man man that if true, boy do fly with me, we'll take off in the booth. Once I get you up there where the air is rarefied, we'll just got Star me Once I get you up there, I'll be holding you sold there in you, buddy. Can't have Angel shit. Just because they're together, Weather wise, It's such a good beating you Say their minds will with those birds found you at a local bait is his perfect live with your bags and let's go. Hey, Joe Piscopo, Sundays with Sinatra, Ramsey, Mazda Sundays with Sinatra and I wanted to reach out To the number one mom on Mother's Day for me, My dear Mother, Mrs. Edith Piscopo. Mom! Welcome to the show..

"mrs edith." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:52 min | 2 d ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Happy Mother's Day. Thank you, Joseph. You are delight, honey. God bless I was thinking of all the moms today who work and keep up a family that you're never job, everybody and remembering all the moms, you know, it's a great day. I don't know how you did it, Mom. Maybe I talked about you a lot on the radio as Monica really at home had attention. Why don't you do it with me? Listen, you had me and Caroline Richie. And now you've got all the grandkids and then coming out a New York, New Jersey and, you know, being of the greatest generation. I wanted to tell you on the hammock, a lovey and how much we very much appreciate it. How did you do it? How can you have been in darling? A wonderful son and wonderful father so wonderful and I couldn't ask for anything better. I've been very blessed. Mom, you lead the way you lead the way with how did you do it? Mom? What's your secret for being you know, you're always so positive. You always are. You know what I think it is. Keep busy. I was good morning until night. I did everything I did a lot of charity work. Yeah, and I I left. I did everything it was happy to do, Jerry, but I enjoyed it. And, uh, you know, Mother is a mother. She always love such Children. Yeah, God bless you, Mom. I know. And you always got us to church to remember. You always wrangle the whole family, the church and then and then you would come home. And then what? You would make pancakes. And then at two o'clock in the afternoon on Sunday, we would have a whole big feast. I remember you would make remember that right? That's right. You don't like it? I didn't have it as a child. And maybe I don't know. Yeah, I had the table set and I enjoyed it, Joseph. Yes, Like India raise Children with a lot of love. Ma, You certainly gave us that. So I have such respect and love for you. And we wanted to bring you on then See it, Z. This is Ramsey, Mazda Sundays with Sinatra with Joe Piscopo. That's me. So I have the ability to bring on for me the number one mom in the world. My mom, Mrs Edith Piscopo. I love your mama and thank you for all that you do and happy Mother's Day. Thank you. I love you too. God bless you have less back. You only think about my mom. Wait. I got another request Your I gotta tell you, so I remember. We're in Bloomfield and my mom had a Pontiac. She had this big green Pontiac with a wheel that was gigantic. Remember those those old pony? I've talked to my boomer brothers and sisters, you know, so so and no seat belts, no locks on the doors. Remember that? So we were going down? I think we're going up Watch on the avenue and going back to the house and I'm in the passenger seat and the kids were front. We didn't think about any of that. My mother's got this huge vehicle with the big the big wheel man. And I remember as a kid if I was 45 years old, whatever I would, because I remember this. I remember Look. At the door handle of the car on the passenger side going. I wonder what that does it. I sort of goodness gracious. I open the door handle. The car door opens up and now we're driving and we're moving along. Watch on the avenue in Bloomfield and all of a sudden it's like my mother goes. She she reached over. She's had one hand on that gigantic steri will The other hand, she grabbed me by the shoulder. Yeah. Pulls me right back in. Dork closes. Don't open that door. Joseph. What do you do if we got back over safely as that is my mom. God bless it. What would we do without our mothers? Especially now, my mother's day thinking about all our great moms. Hey, let me let me get get every question here. One.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Escape. April 2nd 1949 Confidential agent starring very Kroger. What Caste Edgar barrier Her Butterfield Parley. Baer Ben, right? And you had Roy ruin doing the announcing on there. And I think his voice was a little deeper than mine. Just it doesn't take much a little bit also will miss deeper than you. Yeah, no Wilms Herbert in that cast, too. Great show William Conrad to I don't even mention him. I forgot to mention William Conrad. He was U. S Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke. How could you not mention him? Hope you enjoyed that CBS broadcast. Of escape. But it's time now for Sarah Night Adamson segment. She is our national movie critic. And here she is. Hello, Karl. Here's an old fashioned and charming film with an English country site setting in 1939. The dig. 2021 is a film by Australian director Simon Stone. It has been playing in theaters and old boy now it's on Netflix. It's based on the 2007 book of the same name. My author John Preston. Here We see real life. Archaeologists Basic Brown, played by Ralph fines as he uncovers 1/6 century Anglo Saxon burial ground at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, England. Carey Mulligan stars as the real life widowed Mrs Edith Pretty, the wealthy owner of the state and the land. What.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

08:20 min | 3 months ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"Hate for the next day because we're still going to need something tomorrow. Run out of cash sponsor next week though. Clean up this mess for more than eight dollars or and who is it. Oh let me look that. You don't know my memory hasn't been that guy haven't been sleep. I know home renovation. Makes your memory. Evaporate proud yeah. Let's let's go ahead and get into the three things we need to know from gandhi. And then we have your. I think it's eight dollars. I'll check from. Why would you try to win today or tomorrow when you know what thousand bugs is coming next week. Like isn't there like a thirty day thing where you can't win again under fifty dollars. There's a rule there if we're not gonna tell them who cares right. You can win all you want. You can win every day. I don't care as long as someone's winning All right the three things we need to know right now gandhi. What's going on all right. President biden is sending a bill to congress on his first day in office during a briefing yesterday. White house press secretary. Jen psaki said biden sent an immigration bill to capitol hill called the us citizenship at it aims to modernize the immigration system as for the fallout from the deadly riot that happened at the capitol building on january. Sixth a preliminary hearing is now set for the woman who allegedly stole. Nancy pelosi's laptop. The suspect is currently being held in a county jail in harrisburg pennsylvania and the f. b. i. is investigating her for allegedly stealing the laptop. So she could sell it to russia. Now there's some shocking news coming out of the white house and that's happening just this morning. Apparently there was no trump covid nineteen vaccine distribution plan. Reports are now coming out that the biden team discovered this fact only after moving into the white house yesterday. One staffer reportedly said. There's nothing to rework in that a strategy to get vaccines into people's arms is going to have to be built from scratch. This as the cova death toll nationwide tops. Four hundred thousand with yesterday being the deadliest day yet. Apparently this is why the vaccine rollout is going so slowly. White dose distribution is being cut in y millions of eligible. Americans are frustrated that they can't book a shot and finally somewhere in maryland. Someone has a whole lot to celebrate today. Because that's where a single winning powerball ticket was sold the one time cash take-home amount is about five hundred and forty six million dollars. There were i know seven runners up though they all got a million dollars. Each for matching five of those six. Winning numbers powerball jackpot now starts at a piddly. Twenty million dollars for saturday's drawing but we are focused on tomorrow night's mega millions drawing which has an astounding jackpot of nine hundred and seventy million dollars. No sir you're three things. Thank you gandhi You know other news broke overnight. Three new york national guard. Soldiers were killed Last night their helicopter crashed there on a routine training mission upstate. New york not far from rochester. Allow and So there were distress calls. That came in around six thirty last night in. That was the last time they heard from them. So god watch over our troops. Thank you for listening to us in. God bless america. Let's take a break. We'll be back after this gotta go home in the morning. Show foyer notice that new hairstyle. Show it to us. Had elvis duran show on twitter and hockett winnings from last night's mega millions. I won Eight dollars in twelve dollars a total dollars. We're gonna give away twenty twenty dollars in the free money phone tap thanks to the lottery okay. All right i already been motoo you scott vin mojo right. Do for tomorrow man. 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I am looking for mrs edith Please speaking hi. this is lisa. I'm calling from mr leaguers. His office at demographers school. Yeah i'm calling you about your daughter. Hannah is something wrong. I'm not sure if you're aware that They do something in school called senior prank day. No i wasn't aware of that. She decided that it would be funny to take maxi pads and stick them up all over. The school is not your turn to talk yet dear. Please note have her in the office with me because this is a very serious matter john. I'm sorry unfortunately. She will not be able to participate in graduation festivities. I just said to please pipe down until it's your turn to speak. I will let you speak to your mom momentarily but until then please be quiet. I can't believe she's a good kid. She gets in school. She's going to college. She going gonna get a diploma. She's definitely not allowed to go to the graduation ceremony. She's not allowed to dawn happen gown. He's not allowed to walk but by the end of the summer if we have rectified things. Then maybe we'll at least let her pick up her diploma. Oh come on got to let her walk down the grandparents coming up from florida. There must be about one hundred to two hundred maxi pants around the doughnuts don't condone but it's something that happens as you said every year senior prank. I don't see what the big deal i mean. She's anybody has to be an example of somebody and we have chosen hannah. As the example other pranks their children have not been able to graduate. Yes with that. Nobody was suspended. Take the super glue and the faculty is totally different because it was kind of funny because the gym teacher got stuck to the toilet. But that's a different story altogether. Okay and it's kind of funny not funny because honestly honestly is just disgusting really. I mean it's just it's the difference between inclined bald or something we want to toilet funny maxi pads around the school. Not so funny you really busy on the line on the line held on your mother would like to speak with you. Hannah could just i just. I thought that it would be funny. I thought everyone relax. I never would have thought that. I would walk. Did you realize it's just so stupid. What you did. You didn't do anything like you told me when you put the tax on your teacher chair when you in high school but you you you you. We necessarily do relate. Your grandparents are coming from florida. They know they're going to tell me until you. I'm really sorry. I didn't know it as you. The tears does that it gonna work. Sorry mom she's a bitch she's into this. Anyone watch turn already not letting me walk. Not tell the truth. Let me tell your mother please. Hello do you realize what kind of a nasty child you have. Hong chow being esi.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on Political Scandals

"The two thousand twenty election, we're counting down the biggest scandals in American political history. This is number nine, the story of Woodrow Wilson's shocking remarriage to the widow sometimes called America's first female president. It was October nineteen, nineteen and sixty, two year old president woodrow. Wilson was down for the count. Paralyzed on his left side and only intermittently conscious. He could barely speak during the brief intervals where he did awaken. He'd been poised to run for a third term until his second stroke happened. Now. He couldn't even swallow unassisted. It seemed inevitable that the vice president would take over. The. Before anyone could even breathe the words transition of power the controversial first lady stepped in. Edith Wilson new, the president want to serve out his term. So she made a few changes at the White House a few drastic changes. From now on anyone who wanted to see or speak to the president would have to go through his wife. She decided which matters were worth troubling him in his convalescence state. She read his mail to him advised him and related his decisions to the cabinet. Appointees disrespected her she fired them. Nearly a year before women's suffrage became the law of the Land Mrs. Edith. Bolling Wilson was effectively the first female president of the United. States..

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"mrs edith." Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Now reporting from advanced, Allied Command both of the invading forces. Like naval commander in chief Admiral Bertram Randy go ahead Maryland? Do startling revelations on the nickel operations of the front. Alive where one hundred percent successful in putting the original assault force of the JOR in the beachhead. The naval command had planned on a ten percent loss of landing. In running a minefield and artillery fire nation. But the lack of Germany. made the initial amphibious paid amazing. They only naval lot suffered where light combat. Bentham suffered casualties did not affect reminding. Second Avenue Ramsey officially announced the invasion of Europe and made a false start on Sunday night when we can put him free or call back on account of weather. You'll remember earlier. I told you the invasion convoys had to refuel before sailing last night. This was the. The allied. Naval commander empathize again and again. The important part ideal weather conditions played in the plan of attack. Headquartered only eight hours after age. Our Ramsey added and I quote. We have broken across and started off on the right foot. We have got the enemy on the wrong foot now McLean to give him a chance to regain balance. I have always said given the weather and a reasonable amount of less. We put the army on the other. We expected some opposition on the way over and a bit of a over their shore batteries, but we don't. We could overcome that. Frankly, we believe that it. Was Unlikely. Admiral Ramsey expressed surprise by the lack of German reconnaissance last night. That he did not know. We've got through. The defendant based on the British admiral continued and I have taken General Montgomery. We have made it possible for him to find a land battle, but we still have a long way to go the ball. We make it possible for money to win that battle. We put the. From Maryland. General is time place. You've been listening to a report from Allied headquarters somewhere in England the American radio correspondent Merrill Muller. And now for a special broadcast from the Radio Gallery of the House of Representatives and interviews with congressional leaders CBS takes you to the Capitol building in. Washington. Bill, Henry reporting. Good Afternoon Ladies and gentlemen. This is Bill Henry speaking to you from the radio correspondents get. In the Capitol building the radio, Correspondence Gallery of the House of Representatives, we have here today. Quite a representative gathering of the Congressmen congresswomen who have enjoyed like all good Americans the noise and the news that has come in, and we have enjoy not only are enjoying the news, but we are also worried I'm quite sure as to the outcome confident as we may be today I. Think to speak first to us, I'd like to speak to a veteran of the last war congressman Melvin J Mosser Republican of Minnesota, a member of the Naval Affairs Committee Congressman, Mazda who have any particular reaction to the first news of the invasion, well, of course it. Relieved to know that it is started. However, we mustn't take the initial starting as the end, this is the beginning and while we're all children. This is a serious occasion and should sobers. This is not a carnival or going to be. Thousands and thousands of boys Diane we should. Take this as a sober moment congressman I. Take the to speak from experience, not only your experience from the last war, but also from your experience in the South Pacific. One things were definitely very tough price. Is that correct? Yes I Like many other members of Congress who've been in the wars, have seen some of this at first hand, and it's it's. It's not a kind of A. It's not a holiday. Wars now never is pretty grim business and I think that the best way we can support the boys that are over. There is to carry on our normal activities at home not. Not to declare a holiday not to take one minute off the best way to support them as for us to carry on and continue to keep the home front at full speed. That's the way to help. The boys go folks. Beat over there well, thank you very much. Congressman Mas we appreciate that settlement and I'm sure that everyone agrees with you on it. Now the democratic floor leader of the House. Congressman McCormick of Massachusetts Congressman. Could you tell us what happens when the news I came in? One knew the House came in session this morning. Well of course after the reading of the Journal and the. Prayer by the chaplain. On my unanimous consent request. students. Science silent prayer. I know what my thoughts well one of the. humbleness matter of fact this morning, when I first heard of the the actual invasion of taking place, a strange feeling came over me and I'm still possessed of it. humble feeling I have no knowledge of the young men and men fighting dying that we might have freedom at future. Generations of Americans have freedom. that fighting whether faith. Faith in God and faith and country, their fighting for a future decent real. and. Their first job is to fight to win the law for our country's preservation in continued existence. But I hope that after this war is over. At the next generation of youngsters, both of whom are not on on yet I'm bomb. Will not be engaged in another destructive global war twenty five years from now. That, we've gotTA have. Big Canarian, courageous leadership after the war's over. Thank you very much. Congressman I'm sure that we all very definitely agree with you on that now. The. Members of Congress. Of whom we're all very proud as MRS edith nurse Rogers one of the women members of Congress Mrs Rogers. What do you think we'll be the reaction of American women to the news of the invasion? They women of America have always been raised. About this grim and terrible invasion. The mothers and wives and sweethearts giving a son. Relatives Man, they hold their than their own life. They believe. But this war as a result of the victory. That we will have a a nation rebound already will revolve. And all the boys are fighting to make a better world. You know we have serving as listed is wet. Marines waves five. Military Services. Some two hundred thousand winning. Many of them serving overseas. Rogers I'm sure that every American feels as you do on that point I. isn't it true that? Your particular area of the United States has. been extremely well represented in the war, but has perhaps suffered more than its share of the casualties. We locked weight many men and fell how? And the poll. showed. My own city of Lowell. Lost More men women died. Than in any other community of comparable size, it's always been a very. Patriotic City they've known. This is the greatest moment in the history of world. Well. Thank you very much congresswoman Rogers. We appreciate your coming here very much now for the cinema, perhaps from the completely the other side of the country, we have one of the younger members of Congress Congressman Jerry voorhis Democrat of California Jerry What are your general reactions to the news of the invasion? I. Don't suppose it's necessary for me to say that. This is one.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of huddle has to be better yeah yeah the coaches have to be better the players have to be better just be better yeah hope you're having a great Thursday if you want to react to us three one two three three two three seven seven six it's day three of the holiday party song will they be some new songs at five thirty will play you some of the better ones we've gotten as well if you wanna talk bears the bulls bounced back they got a nice win yeah week starts tonight a lot of stuff going on yeah Antonio brown tells you about hello Jim Boylen good for the ball absolutely I give them credit for what they did was played well last night we acknowledge when they played poorly week knowledge when they play well they played well last night it was fun while it was a fun watch you know we mentioned we've only mentioned about center and ski but you Larry marketing was more grass it was still not where you want to be but it is much more aggressive yell a lot going on in our city hope you're staying warm three one two three three two three seven seven six is the phone number Dan weed or has covered many strange weeks at house I'm not saying that this is the strangest it's just the silliness in debating about televisions and what he meant but why don't I both agree that damned if this like really on a scale of one to ten and we've talked about a lot of bears controversy throughout the years and this is like I turned in a one and a half but it still is one that could have been avoided in general I put it at a zero point three I think internally it helps all the pretty normal we get in a routine week in terms of the way they're going about their business and there is thirty seconds of sound primitivist yeah Wednesday that is because a lot of people on the outside to get excited and you know agitated or whatever asked if you want to attach to it I I just think it was a misinterpretation of what Mitch was trying to communicate to convey and it became one of the stories that mushroomed and went national and went to you know sports talk debate shows we're talking head could yell at each other and have a nice five minute package to to to talk about but I don't think there's really anything to it I think it also goes back to what you guys were saying what we talk about forever bottom line is this office you've got to play better and this week they did a alliance defense that is vulnerable and so let's put everything to rest by going out and and but not to the arts points and and when a football game before we put a totally to bed what do you think he was meaning to say just that there's not a lot of value in paying attention to the outside avalanche of criticism and negativity that you can see those things when you're eating in the cafeteria and you know even if the sound is off the TV is on and the you know whatever shows on at the time to talk about the players with your struggles it can take your energy places your energy doesn't need to go and so just don't focus on that Anthony Miller said something similar in the locker room about five minutes later yesterday just saying that after games now he tried not to go on social media because he doesn't need to spend their energy on productively get men exchanges with with strangers I hit and forms like social media that could be so toxic and so it's just a a reminder for these guys of hate keep your focus where it needs to be and just don't get yourself caught up in all the other stuff it's all about caring for the next game and getting yourself out of the rock getting stuff is lump and you'll be fine isn't this a lesson learned for him as well don't even go there I mean just don't even references don't give the the media that is out there in full force because it's the most popular sport in this country don't even give them food you don't don't given the don't given the fodder don't even go there yeah I mean maybe I just don't think you can worry about that that is whatever happens in our landscape now in our media culture somebody somewhere is going to I told cap this morning I called the Vortec somebody's gonna take it put it before taxes going to spin out and and translational headlines in weird debates and and it really doesn't mean anything I don't think that much really needs to worry about that overall I think the rest of us need to try to stay on IT same level of of having discussions that actually means something internal discussed you know that means something it's whether the the whole of sort of a confidence crisis that which is been in is just too much to get out of it and and how it is affected is played to this point that the discussion that we can continue to have because he has not broken out of the swamp but getting all tied up in the the TV aspect of things was just something that got out of control here in the last thirty hours and that's why I was saying to waddle about it the belief in the bears just because the lines aren't that good the one thing that I've wondered about if the bears can do this this week Dan is I don't know if Mitch has it in him right now to have that rallied to have the motivation I feel like it's all just scrambling is brain even more so last week I was watching film of this body language this week it's the current Nicole controversy on turning off televisions and it just continues to mount up on his shoulders and I don't know if he's good enough or confident enough at this point to sort of spin out of it like you said very fair question and a very fair thing to analyze some bad when I go out there it's a very interesting match up because three hundred and sixty five days ago right they play this same opponent in the same venue with the same offense and Michelle a career day for three fifty five three touchdowns Verica twenty plus point lead before halftime they were in a group and you go back and you watch that game and say man this is not the same thing that I'm seeing yeah so what was different why was this clicking a year ago with all so many variables the exact same and why is it now such a struggle for them to get moving and I I talked to mark Helfrich a little bit this afternoon about that he said you go back and see that and it's it's full blast reading an encouraging it's frustrating because you can't figure out why we're not doing it but it's encouraging because you know it's in there somewhere and so I think that there's a trying to lean towards that occur inside a thing at put together some template into match ups that that just defend rolling a little bit in the lines will certainly give them opportunities to do that don't you think though that the damned if you if you kind of think about those words we don't know why it's not if you don't know why it's not working then how's it going to get fixed because this game is a game of adjustments and if for whatever reason you can't find the answer as to why it's not working then that to me is is I mean unless they're just telling you one thing that they know why it's not working and they're going to make those changes Genest in what I'm saying if they look at you they throw their hands in the air I don't know why it's not working this year I I think what he's saying there it is he doesn't know why silly penalties are happening so much more frequently than they were a year ago why so many guys are crisp on their details why when Mitch has throws that are there to be made out okay drives it games at a store down all you need is a is a first down just to to you know basically wall off that here we go again feeling the quarterback Mrs Edith rose by separate yards you know animales receivers and so you know why is that happening the same quarterback of the same guy why has it become such a struggle they have an obviously been able to figure it out I mean it's been eight games and and for and for ever it seems that to to work out of if they have been able to figure it out and so there there's legitimate skepticism that they're going to be able to do it this weekend until they prove otherwise you you should probably lean towards they're not going to and so we'll see what answers they happen and whether they can at least build something positive going forward because if this thing continues this way for eight more weeks my god I don't know I don't know what we're talking about of the last week of December are we a well we'll be talking I mean if it gets worse we'll be talking about even you know significant changes but I was going to ask you should we anticipate any whether its personnel changes with a flip flop guys on the offense of line will different guys get more run this this game what changes do you expect to possibly see on Sunday sure feel like the flip flop of Cody right here in Jimmy Daniel is going to be occurring again that seems to be alive here it helps all of that that went here will come back to play center Daniel both regarded they'll just try it you know they're trying something that's okay to try something when nothing else is working but I don't know how much of an impact that will have I think it circles back to something that you got to talk about we discussed for a long time problematic that so many day one and day two draft picks on this team are not I think are not emerging are not having breakthroughs in and that's how you become a team that can sustain success for more than seventeen weeks of one season right every decade you you're able to put together a roster that have first and second and third round draft picks that become reliable starters for a long time and this team haven't put it together enough of those in and this is an example one word now you're neither flip flops fishing again and then trying to to adjust on the fly and it's just sort of a a revelation of how deep the the problems of that well when when you go do that I want to bring up something that Dan Graziano wrote early in the week he sort of surprised me when he was and get up and he was asked who last longer in Chicago the quarterback or the the coach and he said the quarterback has a quarterback could be second string and that sort of made me raise my eyebrow because I thought well there's a there could be a chance images got next year I don't know they could trade him but I think he's here next year unless he gets this really really bad and then Graziano today on ESPN dot com row Dan that hit twenty predictions for the twenty twenty NFL off season and and under number three he wrote six other teams change coaches and he wrote on the face of it this sounds crazy but more or less happens every year even though teams end up regretting the perpetual over halls The Washington job is already open the Atlanta job could be open any week here's the key people around the league track these things have their eyes open on the situations in Chicago Cleveland Carolina Jacksonville in both New York teams does that surprise you no it doesn't surprise me I would be surprised if things got that bad I I don't know why I still have this belief that they can be able to at least find steady fourteen and get to the end of the year with a little bit more stability than we've seen here but I always tell you guys if there's too many games left in the season to rule anything out and and that if they go you know they they lose seven of their final eight the quarterback the complete disaster of the offense can't ever scored twenty points to god in the locker room start doubting everything that's happening we've seen it before we've seen it before here and this is a place where there's been a revolving door of quarterbacks and coaches and general managers and everything else so yeah I mean it it it's certainly not off the table I would put it that way but right now I I think it's premature to to think that that that the the forefront of things here I want to me I want to have you back a long term forecast and like a lot of weather forecasters you can do it really like three months out in the tall gassing but I want you to guess a little bit here Dan because you have followed this season from the start you've seen the offense not work in pre season in a training camp you haven't seen it work at all here you've seen where matches gotten and he's gotten worse instead of better so do you believe it the opening next year that match will be let's say opening of training camp is Mitch in a competition for the starting job or did they get someone to be the starter in matches the backup or is Mitch not even here no I think he'll be here or be either of the other two options I think it would probably be less let's open this competition up and and let's see what kind of free agent interest is out there you know we get we all know that their draft capital is limited and that and.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So they're the latest from. California. One is now confirmed dead three others injured in this synagogue shooting. The suspect is in custody. Police say he is a nineteen year old white male from the San Diego area and he carried out this act with an assault style weapon. That is the latest details as we know it, obviously a developing story to say, the least, and we'll keep you updated throughout the rest of the afternoon and through the evening tomorrow here on WTMJ six months ago today. Was the shooting at the synagogue and Pittsburgh six months ago today today is if you're unaware the final day of the Passover celebration. We are discussing right now. Anyway, the. The idea of ages. I can call it ageism. Can we call it ageism isn't anybody who says you're too old to be president? Aren't you an age issed that right ages here? I mean, what do you think if people are healthy they've been cleared medically? Shouldn't that be all the matters? Can you be too old to be president? Look I said before. To worry that somebody who is in their seventies or in their eighties. Could you know kill over at any moment. Well to the cap. To the nine. Oh, six I think Harrison caught pneumonia is inaugural parade because of poor weather and died in office months later, right? How long? Three months later. So I mean. Things happen. Not necessarily have to be old and infirm to be on the precipice of death. Anyway, a couple of calls here. Promised me go to Selena in Burlington. I after the break. Hey, Selena, your WTMJ have me, but you are. All right. I liked President Trump. I think he should be fairly healthy for as she doesn't compete. A lot of problems president. You don't have to do a lot of physical work even though he does go golfing. I think he's at the top end though. I think when it gets the bug somebody five or or more when you get to be seventy eight you can have health outcome at that age. But another year or two layer could be not that good. And I mentioned to your day will work you too young because he's still act like he's in college. And. I guess there's the legit. There's the literal age and then the age that people act, right? I guess maybe. So. One more thing might my problem with Joe Biden, his, you know, somebody men have had our did something how little inappropriate and they've got the job and Joe Biden has done so many touchy feeling and he has their video on YouTube like feeling up there there. There are certain. Yeah. Videos, and we have talked about that in a couple of shows ago. Appreciate the call Selena. Thanks so much for for weighing in. And I think that's something that he'll have to continue to explain and fully apologize for quite frankly. And prove that he changes going to set that aside and just focus on this age issue. Salita mentioned President Trump if he wins reelection on inauguration day, twenty twenty one he'll be seventy four years seven months seven days old. Sanders would be older Biden would be older Bill weld again Republican challenging Trump. Anyway, for the sake of the argument here would be older. But you think about what some of our past presidents have gone through. I mean, look at look at John F Kennedy. I mean, he had to be. There was a point in time where he could not walk up the stairs to Air Force One. He had to use a lift because of his back. I mean, the issues that he had with his back from the war are well documented. FDR? FDR was paralyzed from the waist down in nineteen twenty one. I mean, he served one of the most. Epic presidents ever he served his terms. And I realized the media did not cover it that that's a moot point nonetheless, he served. On crutches in a wheelchair. And was he not one of our best presidents ever? So I mean. Age of side, even health. There are things that can play a president of any age. Again, my argument is if you are old enough or I'm sorry, if you are healthy enough does the age should age really matter at all. And in Glendale. Hey, had your TM J. Well, first of all way. William Henry Harrison died exactly one month after he delivered his inaugural address from the Monja. We basically had Woodrow Wilson's wife running this country for two years after his stroke. When he was trying to get the league of nations passed through the United States Senate and the Republicans decided to fight him on that. And he had a stroke on his trip back from Seattle Washington and MRs Edith sitwell Wilson was our president for two years. Nancy Reagan was basically our president for the last seventeen months of Mr. Reagan's term and the cockamamie doctor that Trump dot. To write out, a didn't even examine Trump didn't do any extensive clinical work. Nothing on Trump. Even anecdotal information information, we have about this man diet. We should all be concerned. There's gotta be an upper age where we get a constitutional amendment. That says that no one past the age of sixty four conserve as president. So what would you add would you say sixty four and it's it hang on. Let me just ask. At the age sixty four on inauguration day on election day. How would you parse that? I would parse it that the person leaves office on January twentieth. Of the odd year that you're taking the oath of office, you can be sixty four or under. If you're sixty four over. Resign before that. Oh, wow. Okay. Sort dealing with atomic weapons here. And I don't want Nancy Reagan making decisions. Because Nancy Reagan didn't get elected. And I think if you remember back to the Iran contra deposition that Reagan talk while he was still president. He had trouble focusing. On the questions that were being after him by the opposing attorney. What would you say at about for example? FDR? Was FDR of obviously that was before the term limits and whatnot. President gave you my sixty four age. FDR I believe with sixty two years old when he died at warm springs, Georgia in April of nineteen Forty-five would not all those would not some level of his physical ailments at a younger age if you will. They would not that much pause for the job of president because he had polio. I'm saying that as you become older. You lose your some of your mental faculties and a whole lot of your physical faculties, and I'm terribly concerned about Trump. I think that can vary. Thanks for the call eighty. I appreciate it very much. I think that can vary from from one to another. I mean, look, I realize what the science will tell you. But I mean, anecdotally, I think we could probably all come up with a person or two that we have met or known in our lives who at an older age. Sure as heck seems to have it all together. So to speak more so than people who are five ten years their junior four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage, talk and text line. An interesting debate. It's a debate that's going to continue. I don't think that's ever going to come to an amendment. I. I don't have a problem. I really don't. I have a hard time getting amped up and worked up over somebody being tool to be president again provided. That there is evidence and proof that they are of sign mound. Sound? And body, and you can debate the health questions of of the president. And we'll see time will tell certainly there were things with President Reagan that we learned several years after he was done that would have been helpful to know at the time. You talk about his Alzheimer's. So I personally cannot get real worked up about it. But there is a case to be made that if you're not going to allow somebody to be president until they're thirty five at inauguration. Should there not be a cap at the top? I'm not somebody who's willing to go that far right now. And I myself while kind of chuckling at the ageism being infused into this campaign. They can handle the job physically and mentally. I just have no problem. If the.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on RobinLynne

"Detroit michigan middle aged detroit widow gaffes tonight when told of the finding the bodies of mrs asda eicher in her three children the clarksburg west virginia garage the wallman mrs edith simpson forty five years old expected to become the wife of powers or correspondence bureau wore and september as she looked with what is one of the photographs power center the widow said quote a can't believe he would do anything wrong he was so gentlemanly and respectful in his letters he looked so calm and handsome i just can't believe he would do any wrong i've been known to throw today's sales leaders face difficult task selling the right products at the right time through the right channels a new threeday program from harvard business school executive education addresses this problem directly join us on the boston campus in august for managing sales teams and distribution channels where you will discover strategies that can lead to the best sales performance learn more by clicking the banner or visiting hp s dot me slash sales that's h b s dot me slash sales today's sales leaders face a difficult task selling the right products at the right time through the right channels a new threeday program from harvard business school executive education addresses this problem directly join us on the boston campus in august for managing sales teams and distribution channels where you will discover strategies that can lead to the best sales performance learn more by clicking the banner or visiting h b s dot me.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on The Science Show

"Now i give you two pseudo copulating just what you need in but you week another author daniel clode and another book the wasp and the orchid here's part one it is early january of nineteen twenty seven and mrs edith coleman is sitting at a disc admiring vows of native orchids by the window she collected the orchids from the bushland surrounding her summer cottage in hills victoria where orchids still abundant throughout the woman months the pink bellum of the small tongue orchid curves upwards studied with two rows of shiny dark spots and surrounded by five thin leg like spikes the sepals and pedals the oil could hardly looks like a flower tool but the orchids were attracting more than just misses coleman's attention through the open window came a steady stream of insect visitors not bees but small black it newman wasps they bustle enthusiastically around the orchids h anxious be the first to enter the flower not head as most nick to forages do but backwards after a time individuals part h carrying a packet of pollen on the tip of its abdomen ready no doubt deposit they postles onto the next or could that detracts their fervent attentions what was it that attracted the wasps the orchids produce nine eight will edible material the wasps in any case normally predators hunting caterpillars and other la vie the waas was certainly not laying the eggs all visitors were mayo mrs coleman could draw one conclusion they are answering she wrote to an irresistible sex instinct the remarkable behavior coleman observed was that of pseudo copulation the attraction of pollinating insects through sexual favors the prospect of a false mating cohen was not the first to observe this behavior darwin himself had puzzled over the observation of frequent attacks made upon all goods by their pollinators what this means i cannot conjecture he declared cohen was certainly the first to observe describe and collect empirical data to explain the strange approach of the pollinators she devised meticulous experiments including use of.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"The owner notified the police who will now and hope shoot and a number of roadblocks were set up during the chase henry took the opportunity to propose to margaret and in a strange turn of events she accepted the chase came to an end without incident fifteen miles lighter narra law on their way back to aberdeen and we started to cry announced margaret if she would stand by him she said yes when questioned by detectives henry said a gave in both barrels he must be dead the trial for the murders thomas gland was held at the high court of aberdeen on july twenty that 1963 henry dressed in a dark suit was calm and shaded to sign of emotion is a charge of madda two counts of assault were red allowed throughout the trial countless onlookers waited outside from the early hours before the court was in session they wanted to be the first to hit the day's events troy before mr justice we lay its henriot eased again it was a capital murder charge stealing the weapon gave clear evidence of premeditation and resist in law mrs edith burn it gave witnessed the ten read kuta heim in breach of don in stolen a husband shotgun georgina captain ah who say gave evidence about the shooting itself and we ban it'd push pastor of the property on jackson terrace she had himself of go in she them witnessed him firing the gun into toma scions face the cool to save her testimony from of on the man who had a skull stolen explained as he was filling his vehicle with petrol henry burn it said he was taking the call when john irvine tried to hinder henry's attempts henry shouted of killed one synock hill again the arresting officers had the reports of a stolen car iran six pm and soared two miles north of allah and gave chase after slowing down the drive against hun signal that he was about to pullover pc repub said henry burn it got out with his hands raised exclaiming palm the man you want they searched the call discovered a shotgun in the backseat.

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"mrs edith." Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"mrs edith." Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight at o'hare eighty one at midway and you wanna know park in '83 along chicago's lakefront winds gusting at twenty three miles per hour barometers rags i'm deputy congo in the wbz newsroom ready to draw the conversation live whenever story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn arm former comes to town where there's wagon broke down oh the farmer is the man who feeds them all if hill only look then see that is let's see your singing harm hurricane an industrial belo rear seat kogan filling in for joe homes for one more hour and it's my pleasure to have injure of great writer and great friend of the show and the william his of grove he'd last was on talking about uh the woman who became president united states ms looser yes you thought there was an one yes mrs edith wilson woodrow wilson's wife took over when her husband was a incapacitated his latest book which we talked a little about and i was very excited about his sitting right in front of me it is called el capone in the nineteen 33 world's fair the end of the gangster earrings chicago bill what i told you so appealed to me about this is that 1930 334 world for his basically basically been ignored is part of chicago his drew a little overwhelmed by eighteen ninety three white city devilma white city blah blah blah it doesn't deserve to be overlooked does it now it's really a fascinating story of what the city did at the worst times possible irri f remember nineteen thirty three was the worst year the great depression thirty of the banks have failed chicago especially was hit and literally the mayor shara said we're broke and during that year nineteen 33 they're having a world's fair where they're expecting millions of people to come in and spend money hutted come to be actually they wanted to celebrate the incorporation of chicago so actually started after early fair start multiple here sure if they're they're going along about nineteen 24 and he said we're gonna have a world's fair well eight as it went through the various administrations they say we are going to have it we are gonna have it well what happens in between on.

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