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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | Last week

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Details after we talk to Stevie Gary Barbera's bar Baratheon on the boulevard, sponsors, traffic and weather on the twos. Makes Michelle We've got jammed up traffic on the school expressly westbound university in through 30th Street. And then you've also got some slow traffic right after the boulevard Eastbound Scougall Expressway as you approach the blue room just after that 4 76 interchange. Things were jammed up right there. But then everything looks pretty good, eastbound Mind Street Expressway Traffic is still slow Your eighth Street westbound. Because of an accident. Still trying to get that out of the way, And then you've got some slow traffic on 95 north bound as you approach the Betsy Ross Bridge south. It's really not too bad at all. 76 East after passion heading to the Walt Whitman Bridge, Traffic is slow there and then getting across the Walt Whitman. You look good. Soon as you get a new jersey you've got a minor slowdown down to 2 95. And then on to 95 South balance was slow Traffic approach 42 to 95 again. This is construction South bound. You're jammed up. Nearer 3 22, and then we've got slow traffic in Delaware getting on the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Very slow. Don't you get out to the middle of the bridge? Everything looks okay. I'm gonna come back over to Pennsylvania here. We've got a problem in Downingtown. And this is right in the burrow. We've got Mrs Lancaster Avenue. We've got it all jammed up at Downing Avenue Viaduct. Avenue. We see this all slow through here. Apparently a car hit a bicyclist. So you want to stay away from that right now, Looking good on the Pennsylvania Turnpike eastbound for 22 is jammed up Santa Togo to the Limerick on ramp that is construction. Mass transit. No issues. It's bigger than a marathon. It's better than a triathlon. It's Barbara Thon going to send your flip flops flying 1 99 down or 1 99 a month in the color you want. So nice. They'll say it twice. 1 99 down or 1 99 a month is barbaric on the best boy, I guess. In the K y w 24 hour Traffic Center. I've GT Thanks so much. Let's get a look at the forecast sponsored by Colonial marble and granite. Now is the time to start fishing out the sweaters. And the sweat shirts, the coolest weather tonight in months Clear and chili and a low of 48. Then Saturday, gonna wake.

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Groundhog Day Star Says They Were Approached About a TV Series Sequel

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Groundhog Day Star Says They Were Approached About a TV Series Sequel

"Vu all over again. Dejavu, Mrs Lancaster. I don't think so. But I could check with the kitchen. Well, it's ground Hog day again. One of the featured actors in the Bill Murray movie Ground. Hog Day says he's been approached for a TV show sequel. Siri's Stephen Tobolowsky says he's been asked to take on the role of Ned Ryerson once more and head back to pucks, Itani. Stephen Tobolowsky is and just just just awesome. He's places supporting role in one day at a time Right now he's also on the Goldbergs who plays the principal wins news time.

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:48 min | 3 months ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Participating restaurants how does it is that time here on the Dan o'donnell show on on Friday morning where we like to take a little break from the serious issues facing this country from the quite frankly depressing stories that we cover on a daily basis to bring you this silly they're hysterical the crazy the stories that make you scratch your head and say bored with the picture of Uncle Sam has been up in Washington state for more than fifty years but now more than seventy five thousand online petitioners wanted taking down failing many of the jokes posted on it are racist or otherwise insensitive to some community members it's not the first time the sign along interstate five in napa being nurtured how is St Louis county has been targeted in nineteen seventy one someone used spray paint to cover the signing in nineteen seventy nine a lawsuit against owner Alford Hamilton who is now deceased what all the way to the Supreme Court the report said but some local residents say the sign is fine and petitioners should leave it be it's a matter of free speech nearby resident Lou Desmond told the station people don't like it get your own Billboard yes even Uncle Sam is now with that said if so that's bad think about Berklee college of music they didn't have a Billboard displaying their patriotism no no no no no the president of the Berklee college of music very very precise DJs music instead a institution had to take to Facebook on Tuesday night to apologize after the school allowed Boston city police to use restrooms on campus after a protest against police violence concluded on Sunday according to the apology a number of officers posted at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston street were let in by the Berkeley public safety staff to use bathrooms in the nearby Berklee performance center the decision to allow them into our facilities was ours said the letter which was signed by school president Roger H. brown senior vice president for administration and finance Mack Heisey and senior director of public safety and chief of police David ransom so the chief of the university's police force himself was forced to sign this apology this was not a formal decision by the institution but an informal one made on the spot some of asked if the campus was used to house our stage activity of the Boston police it was not here's what the letter says this is an honest to goodness letter from one of the nation's most prestigious Miller music schools we understand that many members of our community feel betrayed we are deeply sorry for the impact this had on our community and for perpetuating feelings of oppression silencing and marginalization we will make a concerted effort to consider the effects of our actions remember those actions were leading the call ups into a bathroom tip he just think about this for a second I I seem to recall that there was a whole big kerfuffle about five decades ago because certain people weren't allowed to use bathrooms I don't know I wasn't paying attention in history class so who knows fifth grade student in Maryland had the cops called on him after someone noticed a BB gun in the kids room during a virtual lesson the child's mother and navy veteran with four years of active duty U. has extensive knowledge of guns in their use told a local news station the police came to our house on June first in response to a complaint the officer explained to me that he was here to search for weapons in my home said Courtney Lancaster her son a student at Seneca elementary school in Baltimore county is in the process of becoming an Eagle Scout and thus has learned how to shoot a BB gun an airsoft gun and it's taken three levels of archery lessons the boys guns and Bo are mounted on a headboard in his bedroom well someone saw the guns in our son's bedroom during a Google meet class on his laptop and made a screenshot of the image writing emails with the school administrator Lancaster discovered Seneca's principle it been notified and then the school safety officer called the cops now Mrs Lancaster made a good point what if what if the kids set up for online learning say ana kitchen island and there's a butcher block full of knives if you with the police be called then fortunately nothing happened to the kid because you know it wasn't a real gun and even if it was he has second amendment rights you remember when corona virus was the thing you guys remember that remember there there was a whole big thing about corona virus this is maybe you know a couple months ago but that's all forgotten now remember when he said making alcohol we're all making hand sanitizer instead well the distillery in Australia said a recall successfully recovered all gin bottles that were mistakenly sold as liquor when they were actually filled with hand sanitizer what was the Apollo bay distillery in Victoria said nine boxes labeled as Esposito jet were sold during the weekend at the great ocean road brew house in Apollo bay the bottles were mistakenly put up for sale as June but were actually filled with hand sanitizer containing glycerol and hydrogen peroxide a spokesman said the bottles were identifiable by a lack of a seal or shrink wrapping the recall was issued Monday the distillery said Wednesday all nine bottles had been recovered seems like casino Jan was an appropriate name because if you drink it well you're basically playing Russian roulette.

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Do great at that and we we do a lot of loans mortgage loans for people buying homes are refinancing them we work with the primary residence if you're trying to buy a refinance a vacation home or an investment property we work with investors as well and sometimes it's buying a home sometimes it is a refinancing and getting a better term or sometimes right now with the low rates and the high equity amounts and homes people are refinancing and combining some of the higher interest rate debt getting it down on a low fixed rate interest rate and then after closing we're working on plans to get those mortgage is paid off early so we get rid of them totally but you know I don't know who said this but there's this quote I was reading last night it was so is this one creativity is seeing what everyone else is seen and thinking what no one else is thought well some people have a negative feeling when it when they see the word fixer upper or handyman's special on real on the real estate at but with the right mortgage financing what if that home got you into a higher value neighborhood at a much lower payment that would perfectly fit your budget what if the only home you could find in the neighborhood where you want to live need some modifications made to it to fit the way you want to look over maybe it needs a lot of repair thanks outside the box what a renovation repair loan make that house the right one for you what I want to tell you a quick story about some clients that I've enjoyed working with and I'll call it Mr Mrs Lancaster that's not their real names but Mister miss Lang caster found a house out in the country close to their other family members it had a perfect layout for enjoying their retirement.

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Once to be set free but how all I do not know but it's awful to think of it solving its hopped out a child among some of this conversation Jeffrey felt very ill the east wind had been severe and he was not a strong child the doctor shook his head and said that it was a grave case Tim is the win but he to Baltimore and confessed that the case was quite hopeless that the child would note of live to grow up under any circumstances he added there has been serious long trouble for some time it was when nursing Jeff that this is Lancaster became aware of stocks other child at first the souls were indistinguishable parts to the wind gradually they became more distinct mall unmistakable finally she heard them in moments of dead home a child sold dial hopeless heart broken Jeff grew steadily worse and in his delirium he spoke of the little boy again and again I do want to help him get away do you cry succeeding the delirium that came a state of lethargy Jeffrey lay furry still hardly breathing some in oblivion there was nothing to do but wait and watch then I came a still nice clear and calm without one breasts of wind suddenly the child stirred his eyes opened he looked past his mother towards the open door he tried to speak and she bent down to catch the whole reads words all right he whispered then he sank back the mother felt suddenly terrified she crossed the room to her father someone in them because the child was laughing joyful contented triumphant and silvery laughter echoed through the room frightened she moaned he put his arm around her protectively a sudden gust of wind made them both stopped but it passed swiftly and left the quietest before the laughter had ceased and a credit to them the faint sound so faint that's hardly to be heard but growing louder until they could distinguish it footsteps light footsteps swiftly departing after they run those well known holes to little feat yet surely now of the footsteps suddenly mingled with them moving with a quicker and I'd like to try it with one of course they hasten to the door down down down plus the door close to them after a battle with the unseen feet of the little children together Mrs Lancaster looked up wildly two of them to gray with sudden fear she turned towards the cost in the corner but her father restrained her gently and pointed away that he said simply it's a pattern face to face a and then.

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:26 min | 11 months ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He needs a shawl performed an imperial message by Franz Kafka next Agatha Christie she was the reigning queen of stylish murder mystery set among the upper classes but the land is a beautifully observed ghost story this Christie tale is unlike any you've ever read there is an attic and a ghost and some frightening goings on but believe it or not no murder frequent shorts reader reasonable for forms it was undoubtedly an old house the whole square was old with that disapproving dignified old age often met with in a cathedral town but number nineteen gave the impression of an elder among elders it had a veritable patriarchal solemnity it towers greatest of the gray hottest of the whole T. cellist of the chill steer forbidding and stamped with that particular desolation attaching tool houses that have been long untalented it rained above the other dwellings in any other town it would have been freely labeled pointed Bob Swaim instead was a mess from ghosts and considered them hardly respectable accepted the notion of a county family SO number nineteen was never alluded to us of wounded house but nevertheless it remained a year off to yeah to be let or sold this is a look at the house with approval as she drove up with the talkative house agent who was in an unusually hilarious mood at the idea of guessing number nineteen off his books he is set to the key in the door without ceasing his appreciative comments how long has the host been empty and quiet Mrs Lancaster cutting short his flow of language rather briskly Mr Rajesh of radish and foreclose became slightly confused sometime he remarked blandly so I should think said Mrs Lancaster dryly the dimly lighted hole was chill with a sinister trail a more imaginative woman might have shifted but this woman happens to be eminently practical she was told with much doc brown head just teams with gray and draw the cold blue eyes she went over the house from attic to sell all seeking a personal question from time to time the inspection of the she came back into one of the front rooms looking out on to the square and face the agent with the rest of new to me what is the matter with the house Mr radish was taken by surprise Costa unfinished house he's always a little blue may he parried feebly Nelson said Mrs Lancaster the rent is ridiculously low for such a house purely nominal there must be some reason for it I suppose the house is haunted Mr radish gave a nervous little stock but said nothing Mrs Lancaster eyed him keenly but after a few moments she spoke again of course back to school nonsense I don't believe in ghosts or anything of that sort personally it is no deterrent to my taking the house but servants unfortunately are very credulous and easily frightened it would be kind of you to tell me exactly what's what speaking he's supposed to hold this place are you I really don't know who some of the house agent I am sure all you must set the lady quietly I cannot take the house without knowing what was it Amanda does not produce about a shocked by the idea of anything so alien to the respectability of the square suddenly child child yes all up I don't know the story exactly he continued reluctantly of course they're all rule different kinds of versions well I believe that about two years ago a man going by the name of Williams took number nineteen nothing was known of him you can't no servants yeah hello friends he he seldom went out in the daytime he had one child a little boy after you've been there about two months he went up to London and it barely set foot in the metropolis before he was recognized as being a man one teach by the police on some charge exactly what I do not know but it must have been in great form because sooner than give himself up he shot himself meanwhile the child lived down here alone in the house very little time any way to to die off today for resolve his return unfortunately it had been impressed upon him that he was never under any circumstances to go out of the house nor to speak to anyone it was a week a little creature I did not dream of disobeying the scum owns in the night the labors not knowing that his father had gone away often heard him so being in the for loneliness and desolation of the empty house Mr Rajesh post and a let's also to death he concluded in the same times as he might have announced that it had just begun to rain and it is the child's goes that is supposed to hold the place of Mrs Lancaster he takes nothing of consequence really either Mr radish case into a show that is nothing seen Ole see even under site here ridiculous of course but they do say that he yeah the Charlie old try it and you know this is like is to move towards the front door I'd like the house very much she said I should get nothing is good for the price I will think it over and let you know it really looks very cheerful doesn't Papa Mrs Lancaster surveyed her new domain with approval okay rocks well polished furniture and many knickknacks it's quite transformed the gloomy aspect of number nineteen she was in bed into old man with stooping shoulders in a delicate mystical face Mr Winburn did not resemble his daughter indeed no grace a contrast could be imagined the not presented by her resolute practical nis and his dreamy abstraction yes he answered with a smile no one would dream the house was fourteen Paul known since office day too Mr Winburn smiled at a well my idea we would agree that there are no such things as ghosts east continued Mrs Lancaster don't say a word before Jeff he's so imaginative Jeff was Mrs like is this little boy the family consisted of Mister Winburn his widow doors to and Jeffrey rain had begun to beat against the window after a bit of patter he's supposed to win but you see it's not like the two four steps it is more like he even said Mrs Lancaster with a smile he supports step Kreider fo the bending forward to listen Mrs Lancaster loft out right Mr Winburn was of lights to loft too they were having tea in the hole and he had been sitting with his back to the staircase he now turned his chair around to face it little Jeffrey was coming down raw the slowly and seductively with a child's full of a strange place the status were of polished oak on carpeted he came across and stood by his mother Mr Winburn gave a slight start as the child was crossing the floor he distinctly heard another parents footsteps on the stairs as of someone following Jeffrey arguing footsteps curiously painful they were then he shrugged his shoulders incredulously the rain no doubt he thought I'm looking at the sponge cakes remarks Jeff with the admirably detached air of one who points out interesting fact his mother hasten to comply with the heat well Sonny how do you like your new home she else looks reply Jeffrey with his mouth generously filled compounds and I was off to this last assertion which was evident expressive of the deepest contentment he relapsed into silence only anxious to remove the sponge cake from the sight of men in the least time possible having both to the last mouthful he bustled into speech only there's six here Jane says and what one said he explore them and they might be a secret door Jane says the reason but I think that must be and anyhow I know they'll be pipes water pipes with a face full of ecstasy and playing with them and cannot go and see the he spun out the last word was such evidence rapture but his grandfather felt ashamed to reflect that this peerless delights of childhood only conjured up to his imagination the picture of horses wasn't hot and heavy and numerous Clements bills we'll see about the attics tomorrow Darling said Mrs Lancaster actual bricks and build a nice house engine denounce house house or hi build a boiler suggested his grandfather Jeffrey brightened with yes lots of pipes Jeffrey run away happily to fetch his bricks the rain was still falling Mr window and listened yes must've been the rain he had heard but it sounds like but steps he had a queer dream that night he he was walking through a town a great city it seemed to him but it was a children's city there were no grown up people then nothing but children crowds of them in his dream they all rushed to the stranger crimes you prove team it seems that he understood what they meant and shook his head sadly when they saw this the children turned away and began to cry so being bitterly the children in the city faded away and he woke to find himself in bed but the solving was still in his ears the wide awake he heard it's distinctly and remember the Jeffrey slept on the floor below while the sound of a child's surrender descended from a buff he sat up and struck a match instantly the solving six Mr Wynne banded not tell his daughter of the dream for a sequel that it was no trick of his imagination he was convinced indeed soon after which he had it again in the daytime the wind was howling in the chimney but this was a separate sound distinct unmistakable pitiful little heart broken sobs he found out too that he was not the only one to hear them overhead the housemates saying to the Paula made that she didn't think of that and US was calling to miles to Jeffrey she didn't cry is this lost out on that lonely Jeffrey had come down to breakfast and lunch beaming with health and happiness and Mr win but I knew that it was not Jeff who had been crying but that all the child whose dragging footsteps had startled him more than once Mrs Lancaster alone never heard anything huh is we're not perhaps a June to catch sounds from another world yeah one day she also received a shock mommy said Jeff plaintively I wish let me play with that little boy Mrs Lancaster looked up from her writing table with a smile what little boy's death I don't know his name he was in an attic sitting on the floor crying but he ran away when he saw me I suppose he was shy with slight content not like a Big Boy and then when I was in the nursery building also him standing in the door what she may be healed and he looked soul food lonely as though he wanted to play with me engine but he didn't say nothing just looked as so one of two chocolates and his mom had told him not to touch them Jeff side side personal reminiscences evident be recurring to have but when I was genuinely woes and told you I wanted to play she said there was no need to boy in the **** and not to tell moved to stories of that left Jana told this is like a stick of top Jane was rights there was no two people I saw him mommy do let play with him all food lonely and I'm happy do you want to do something to make you better is this Lancaster was about to speak again but her father shook his head Jeff he said very gently the poor little boy is slightly and perhaps you might do something to comfort him you must find out how by yourself like a puzzle do you see is it because I'm getting being that I must do it for my loan yes because you are getting big as the boy left the room Mrs Lancaster turned to her father impatiently Paul this is absurd to encourage the boy to believe the Solomons I don't tales no seven to sold that child anything so the old man gently he seen what I hear what I could see perhaps if I was his age but to such since what I see or hear it Mr Winburn smiled curiously tired smile but did not reply okay repeated his daughter did you tell him you could help them it's always impossible the old man looked at her with his soulful glance why not he said do you remember these words what planet has destiny to guide her little children stumbling in the dark a blind understanding Evan replied Jeffrey has that a blind understanding all children possessed cities is only as we grow older that we lose it but we costed away from us sometimes when we are quite old if I dream comes back to us but the lamp burns brightest in childhood that is why I think Jeffrey may help I don't understand moment Mrs Lancaster.

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To tell moved to stories of that left Jana told this is like a stick of top Jane was rights that was two people I saw him do that play with him so all food lonely and I'm happy do you want to do something to make you better is this Lancaster was about to speak again but her father shook his head Jeff he said very gently the poor little boy is slightly and perhaps you might do something to comfort him you must find out how by yourself like a puzzle do you see is it because I'm getting being that I must do it for my land yes because you are getting big as the boy left the room Mrs Lancaster turned to her father impatiently Paul this is absurd to encourage the boy to believe the silence I don't tales no seven to stole that child anything said the old man gently he seen what I hear what I could see perhaps if I was his age but to such since what can see or hear it Mr window and smiled curiously tired smile but did not reply okay repeated his daughter did you tell him you could help them it's always possible the old man looked at ten with a still photo ops why not he said do you remember these words what planet has destiny to guide her little children stumbling in the dark a blind understanding Evan replied Jeffrey has that a blind understanding all children possessed sixties is only as we grow older that we lose it that we costed away from us sometimes when we are quite old if I green comes back to us but the lamp burns brightest in childhood that is why I think Jeffrey may help I don't understand moment Mrs Lancaster feebly no mole do life that child is in trouble and once to be set free but how I do not know but it's awful to think of it something it's hopped out a child among some of this conversation Jeffrey felt very ill the east wind had been severe and he was not a strong child the doctor shook his head and said that it was a grave case Tim is the wind but he to Baltimore and confessed that the case was quite hopeless that the child would note of live to grow up under any circumstances he added it has been serious long trouble for some time it was when nursing Jeff that this is Lancaster became aware of stocks other child at first the souls were indistinguishable parts of the wind gradually they became more distinct mall unmistakable finally she had them in moments of dead home a child's solves Donald hopeless heart broken Jeff grew steadily worse and in his delirium he spoke of the little boy again and again I do want to help him get away do you cry succeeding the delirium that came a state of lethargy Jeffrey laying furry still hardly breathing sunk in oblivion there was nothing to do but wait and watch then there came a still nice clear and calm without one breasts of wind suddenly the child stood his eyes opened he looked past his mother towards the open door he tried to speak and she bent down to catch the whole of breeds was all right he was but then he sank back the mother felt suddenly terrified she crossed the room to have father somewhere near them because the child was laughing joyful contented triumphant and silvery laughter echoed through the room I'm frightened she moaned he put his arm around her protectively a sudden gust of wind made them both start but it costs with great and Jeff the quietest before the laughter had ceased and a credit to them the faint sound so faint that's hardly to be heard but growing louder until they could distinguish it footsteps light footsteps swiftly departing after they run those well known hosting little feet yes surely now how the footsteps suddenly mingled with them moving with a quicker and I'd like to try it with one of course they hasten to the door down down down plus the door close to them after a battle with the unseen feet of the little children together Mrs Lancaster looked up wildly two of them to gray with sudden fear she turned towards the cost in the corner but her father restrained her gently and pointed away that he said simply it's a pattern fate and for you to and then silence.

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was undoubtedly an old house the whole square was old with that disapproving dignified old age often met with in a cathedral town but number nineteen gave the impression of an elder among elders it has a veritable patriarchal solemnity italic greatest of the gray hottest of the whole TV show less of the chill stand for breeding I'm stumped for that particular desolation attaching tool houses that have been long untalented it rained above the other dwellings in any other town it would have been freely labeled haunted by the way Mr was of us from ghosts and considered them hardly respectable accepted the notion of a county family SO number nineteen was never alluded to a whole did house but nevertheless it remain to yell off the year to be let or sold this is not to look at the house with approval as she drove up with the talkative house agent who was in an unusually hilarious mood at the idea of guessing number nineteen off his books he is the key in the door without ceasing his appreciative comments how long has the house been empty and quiet Mrs Lancaster cutting short his flow of language rather briskly Mr Rajesh of rubbish and foreclose became slightly confused sometime he remarked blandly so I should think said Mrs Lancaster dryly the dimly lighted hole was chill with a sinister trail a more imaginative woman might have shipment but this woman happens to be eminently practical she was told with much doc brown head just teams with gray and draw the cold blue eyes she went over the house from to sell all seeking a precedent question from time to time the inspection of the she came back into one of the front rooms looking out on to the square and face the agent with the rest of you to me what is the matter with the house Mr radish was taken by surprise of course Sir anon family style sees always a little blue may he parried feebly Dawson said Mrs Lancaster the rent is ridiculously low for such a house only nominal there must be some reason for it I suppose the house is haunted Mr radish gave a nervous little stock but said nothing Mrs Lancaster eyed him keenly but after a few moments she spoke again of course back to school known since I don't believe in ghosts or anything of that sort and personally it is no deterrent to my taking the house but servants unfortunately are very credulous and easily frightened it would be kind of you to tell me exactly what's what thing is supposed to hold this place are you I really don't know some of the house agent I am sure you must set the lady quietly I cannot take the house without knowing what was it Amanda no cry just about a shocked by the idea of anything so alien to the respectability of the square each sorry suddenly child child yes all up I don't know the story exactly he continued reluctantly of course they're all rule different kinds of versions well I believe that about two years ago a man going by the name of Williams took number nineteen nothing was known of him it had no sevens he had no friends he he seldom went out in the daytime he had one child a little boy after you've been there about two months he went up to London in a deadly set foot in the metropolis before he was recognized as being a man one teach by the police on some charge exactly what I do not know but it must have been in great form because sooner than give himself off the shelf himself meanwhile the child lived down here alone in the house very little time any way to to die off today for his father's return unfortunately it had been impressed upon him that he was never under any circumstances to go outside of the house nor to speak to anyone it was a week I am a little creature I did not dream of disobeying this come on in the night the neighbors not knowing that his father had gone away often heard him so being in the full loneliness and desolation of the empty house Mr radish post and a little stove to death you can read it in the same time does he might have announced that it had just begun to writing and it is the child's goes this is supposed to hold the place also Mrs Lancaster he takes nothing of consequence really easy Mr radish hastened to assure her there's nothing seen Ole see even under site yeah ridiculous of course but they do say that here the Charlie old Crosby and you know this is like is to move towards the front door I'd like the house very much she said I still get nothing is good for the price I will think it over and let you know it really looks very cheerful doesn't Papa this is Lancaster surveyed her new domain with approval okay rocks well polished furniture and many knickknacks such quite transformed the gloomy aspect of number nineteen she's within bend to old man with stooping shoulders in a delicate mystical face Mr Winburn did not resemble his daughter indeed no grace the contrast could be imagined the not presented by her resolute practical nis and his dreamy abstraction yes he answered with a smile no one would dream the house was forty eight Papa all known since office day to Mr window and smiled at a well my idea we would agree that there are no such things as ghosts east continued Mrs Lancaster don't say a word before Jeff he's so imaginative Jeff was Mrs I guess this little boy the family consisted of Mr when burned his widow doors to and Jeffrey rain had begun to beat against the window after a bit of patter he's supposed to win but he's not like the two four steps eighties more like you said Mrs Lancaster with a smile he supports step Kreider father bending forward to listen Mrs Lancaster loft out right Mr when Ben was of lights to loft to well having tea in the hole and he had been sitting with his back to the staircase he now turned his chair around to face it little Jeffrey was coming down raw the slowly and seductively with a child's full of a strange place the stairs were of polished oak on carpeted he came across and stood by his mother Mr window and given a slight start as the child was crossing the floor he distinctly heard another parents footsteps on the stairs as of someone following Jeffrey arguing footsteps curiously painful they were then he shrugged his shoulders incredulously no rating no doubt he thought I'm looking at the sponge cakes remarks Jeff with the admirably detached air of one who points out interesting fact his mother hasten to comply with the heat well Sonny how do you like your new home she else St by Jeffrey with his mouth generously filled powers and I was off to this last assertion which was evident expressive of the deepest contentment he relapsed into silence only actions to remove the sponge cake from the sight of men in the least time possible having voted the last mouthful he burst forth into speech only days six here Jane says and what once and explore them and they might be a secret door Jane says the reason but I think I must speak any how I know they'll be pipes water pipes with a face full of ecstasy and can not playing with them and cannot go in see that he spun out the last word with such evidence rapture but his grandfather felt ashamed to reflect that this peerless delights of childhood only conjured up to his imagination the picture of horses that wasn't hot and heavy and numerous Clements bills we'll see about the attics tomorrow Darling said Mrs Lancaster actual bricks and build a nice house when the building a house house house or gene hi build a boiler suggested his grandfather Jeffrey brightened with yes not some pipes Jeffrey run away happily to fetch his bricks the rain was still falling Mr window and listened yes must've been the rain he had heard but it sounds like footsteps he had a queer dream that night he he was walking through a town a great city it seemed to him but it was a children's city there were no grown up people then nothing but children crowds of them in his dream they all rushed to the stranger crimes you prove team it seems that he understood what they meant and shook his head sadly when they saw this the children turned away and began to cry solving bitterly the children in the city faded away and he woke to find himself in bed but the solving was still in his ears the wide awake he heard it's distinctly and remember that Jeffrey slept on the floor below well the sound of a child Sir and descended from above he sat up and struck a match instantly the sobbing ceased Mr when that did not tell his daughter the dream or its sequel that it was no trick of his imagination he was convinced indeed soon after which he had it again in the daytime the wind was howling in the chimney but this was a separate sound distinct unmistakable pitiful little heartbroken solves he found out too that he was not the only one to hear them the head of the house made saying to the Paula made that she didn't think of that and this was coming to miles to Jeffrey she doesn't drive is this also I knew that moaning Jeffrey had come down to breakfast and lunch beaming with health and happiness and was to win but I knew that it was not Jeff who had been crying but that all the child whose dragging footsteps had startled him more than once Mrs Lancaster alone never heard anything is we're not perhaps attuned to catch sounds from another world then one day she also received a shock mommy said Jeff plaintively I wish let me play with that little boy this is Lancaster looked up from her writing table with a smile what little boy yeah I don't know his name he was in an attic sitting on the floor crying but he ran away when he saw me I suppose he was shy with slight content not like a Big Boy and then when I was in the nursery building also him standing in the door what she may be healed and he looked soul food lonely as though he wanted to play with me Hey you Jean but he didn't say nothing just look does so one of two chocolates and his mom had told him not to touch them Jeff side side personal reminiscences evidently recurring ten but when I was genuinely woes and told you I wanted to play with him she said there was no need to boy in the **** and not to tell moved to stories of that left Jana told this is like a stick of top Jane was rights.

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Today we have Clint Cooper with Redeemers great they're the foundation specialist for basement and crawl space and anything underneath the house right that's right that's right and dislike Bob the builder song can you can you fix it yes yes yeah if you can yes Sir all right so if you have a question you have some input you wanna join us today the call in number to our studio is nine a one five three five nine seven three two am Clint we still don't have a trivia winner so someone will get it someone will get it but in the meantime Joe got a question for you how do you structure your mortgage when the house you want to buy is a major fixer upper a major fixer upper that is the key word well if there's over five thousand dollars worth of work a lot of times a lot of times not every time its structural you know you have a foundation problems you have a major roof repair maybe have to replace a heating and air unit you may have a lot of rotted wood you may have drainage problems like we talked about maybe water into the crawl space mold you know those kinds if it's really major like that and it's hard to get a standard mortgage Clint because the mortgage companies gonna see all that they're gonna go whoa wait a minute this isn't cosmetic this is structural and things that have been had a habit ability of the house so it's going to have to be fixed before you before you get the right got a catch twenty two you know so you have to find a product that is going to allow you to buy that house and finance the purchase and the repairs and allow you to do the repairs a long after you buy the house let me share a quick story this is not the real names but these are some of my rock star clients mortgage clients okay Mister and Mrs Lancaster Lancaster they found a house in the country close to their other family it had a perfect layout for enjoying their retirement you know with the bonus room for in retaining their grand children when they came to visit now the property was priced well below the other homes making it affordable to the Lancasters on their income it was truly as I said a needle in a haystack okay but the flaw in the arrangement was that there was rotted wood that needed to be replaced and painted there were some fixes that needed to be made to the electrical system on this house the Lancasters are in that catch twenty two I just mentioned sure the mortgage company would not allow them to close on the home until the structural repairs were done but they couldn't make the repairs until after they own the house okay that's the catch twenty two well here's the solution for them was a renovation repair line in even with the price they paid for the home and the costs of the repairs the home was worth quite a bit more than they had to spend so they were going to make a good investment yeah they're going to put some money into repairs once they did at that house is going to be worth loads more money than what they put into it so they were like this is a good deal the Lancasters had quite a celebration day of closing and bragging rights when they went home to their new digs in most cases Clint as a said when there's less than five thousand dollars with the repairs on the buyer and seller can come to an agreement he's going to pay for what and when sure in the end if there are noticeable repairs affecting that structure you know the course the mortgage companies golem done before closing short but there are some exceptions to that we're money can be escrow some cases not all the time check with your mortgage officer but you can escrow put money to fix that after closing in some cases especially weather related like we're talking about all this rain you can you can do that so call your loan officer if I'm your loan officer I will help you find any way possible to make this deal work okay but you know here's another solution we're talking about restructuring your financing and changing the foundation of your financing client you know one story that Aussie happen over and over and over again or where of families are are somebody or a family has gotten into a hard spot in life maybe medical bills are not being able to work because of health or dozen the family a death of a a key bread winner or something and they have racked up a lot of high interest rate variable debt like on credit cards and stuff I've seen people rack up fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars worth of debt is eating them alive because it's compounded if you can't pay a certain percent off on that debt every month it starts to compound like a snowball sure it turns around like a crocodile and eat you alive you know because you're dead it's never going to go away when that's the case but once the crisis is over in people are ready to now Manda from whatever's happened they're not adding more to the debt I want to share a quick story with enough shared Mister Jones a story on the air before but this is a perfect example of farm what happens to people out there that are re finance on a cash out refinance can really help them out when he shared his story and let's call this gentleman Mister Jones not his real name Mister John Mister Jones and his wife had good jobs but his wife got sick and had to quit her job okay the income of the household dropped but not the bills and as Mister Jones is health I'm in is Mrs Jones is health deteriorated she ended up in the hospital and then they did around the clock care well Mister Jones had to cut back cut back on time he could work on his job and his income dropped unfortunately in this case ms Jones never recovered and passed away well late one afternoon I picked up my phone and it was Mister Jones okay on the other line he told me a story it when the income drop in their household he said he had no choice but to start using credit cards and was now paying over fifteen percent interest and sometimes it was even higher but over fifteen percent interest on the balances but it just kept compounding higher and higher because you can only make the minimum payment during that time he also told me that he had amassed mountains of medical debt he and his wife and pay down their mortgage over the years and they only owed about twenty five percent of the value the mortgage payment was really hard though because they had refinanced it years ago to our little short fifteen year term and they were hoping you know that have the mortgage paid off before they retired well the mortgage payment and Mr Jones situation was choking the life out of it now but with all this other debt we looked at several scenarios for Mister Jones but we decided on this one he refinanced his mortgage.

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on Movie Crush

"We all live in the same neighborhood gym is the drummer in our old man band El cheapo. And he is a director. He works in advertising now directs lot of television commercials, but he has directed feature film called good intentions and was a founder of a very influential improv group in Atlanta. Many years ago called the whole world theatre, which is still going strong and made his career as an actor for awhile. And as an editor for awhile in Jim is just a super talented guy, and really one of my brothers in life. And so it was a longtime come in, but it was great to get Jim in here someone I really think a lot of, in his opinion and thoughts on art and culture and stuff like that. And it's always fun to sit down with mile. Let's be honest. So. That's what we did. And we talked about Rushmore, the second film from the great great west Anderson movie, we both adore knows a lot of fun. And also, by the way, there was a little bit. We had a little bit of microphone crackle going on near the beginning. And we decided rather than trying to recreate the magic of the first ten minutes of podcast, which is never good idea. We decided to just clean it up his best we could. And then we fixed the problem from there on out, so sorry about that. But hope you can forgive us. So here we go with Jim Eissa on Rushmore. How you doing? I'm good. I'm good. It's good my oldest friend ninth grade. Yeah. Ninth grade, I was thinking about this other day, we definitely met in ninth grade. But tenth grade was that year where we had, like four classes out of six together something or maybe even five. Yeah. And that was where it was. You know, things got really silly. I, I remember the class, and I remember I just don't remember the teachers were in grade. It's like well the only thing I remember was misconduct geometry, which was tough. And we were in that class together and a couple of others just can't remember what? But for those of you listening, Jim was president of student council, and I was vice president, and you ran unopposed did I did. Yeah, good for you. I never aspired for that position at also I ran against my prom date. Remember Heather zehr? Yeah. And you won. I mean Heather zehr. It's great, but he's great. We had our high school career like our senior year. Yeah. I mean well it started it. What are we? We start at a radio show. I mean that was your. Well, yeah. That's, that's part two is was that Misha? Yeah. Because I was so, so the president of the student council would do the daily announcements. Right. And you're on the newspaper staff. Right. And I wasn't smart enough to get on the newspaper. Staff junior, you were not on. Right. I was not. But your senior year because you talked MRs Lancaster, Lancaster into getting me on paper staff. Yeah, instead, we're going to do a radio show instead of Jim doing the daily announcements the full physician in your brains. The I read and w yes. Yeah. Which was every day, instead of the announcements we would do, just like this. What like six minute with the announcements were included. But we would comedy bits and it was really, I don't think anyone ever listened. But yeah, of course they did. They all. Yes. They had to. But I literally don't remember one person ever coming up and be like you guys do a great job. While remember the it's Friday thing we do every Friday, people would do that to me even afterwards, I think Joey Wong, or whoever took over that position, right? Attempted. The it's Friday really fanfare. Well, we had the relationship with miss Abercrombie assistant vice principal, the vice principal. She was in the front office, right? Yeah. We're calling her the mistress of the dark. Separate. There was the picture of the sure football player. Oh boy..

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

14:50 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WEEI

"Days. Second. Do you ever have deja vu? Mrs lancaster. Patriot fan. You definitely have a severe case of deja vu. Because every time there's a Super Bowl twenty first century. It seems like the patriots their over and over and over again, we're all Bill Murray reliving the patriots in the Super Bowl happened tomorrow, of course against the Los Angeles. Rams. And you know, we were talking earlier Larry at the top of the show and some people, you know, sarcastically say, well, you know, the Rams can get revenge for that Super Bowl their members like Marshall Faulk or that team, and maybe Kurt Warner and others who might wanna exact little revenge. But that was a different time a different era a whole different field in this game tomorrow. Well, again, it's it's been so many years ago. Now, I think you have to look at the guys who are playing now. Incidentally, few streaming or you're picking up the show from down near and you're in Atlanta. Be reminded at one o'clock. We'll be broadcasting his show down there. With for the AUSSIE in the hill. Man at one o'clock he's over at that rock and roll station down the hall. Yes, they play mental head and all that stuff. Davos, which is a fantastic venue. So they have one out of Atlanta too. He's all over the place. I go to the one in Foxborough all the time. The one of the great restaurants in America, certainly one of the best restaurants in this area. And so if you wanna check out the hill man from af who the other guys. Okay. Guys for a and Diaz. See I get the other guys came back Dale and the general area, and yet high would I come back general tendency is if you're doing a show on radio row all week you want to get back if you're not working on the weekends. As many of the the the full-time guys, aren't you want to get back and get in front of you that big wide-screen fifty five inch seventy inch television and watch the game from the comfort of your own. Do you don't have a box to see the no whatever who in the press park stinks. I mean, if if you're not one of the who's who, you know, you gotta sit in some other room and watch it on TV. Will you must do that? At all. I will say this though. And I I said it last week, and I'll repeat myself because after all this is all about repetition. I did sit and watch the Super Bowl. I went to when I was covering the giants Parcells for a Super Bowl. Bella. Check was a thirty four year old defensive coordinator who had a very good game against John Elway and the Denver Broncos. And what they did. They didn't have you some of the less important people like me, they didn't have them in a press box later that we had him outside. I sat outside at the Rose Bowl in seventy five degree dry. Perfect weather. Remember, two three o'clock start in California. That was again, you you had to be there for that. I it was a perfect day to watch a football game. So I'm glad I didn't fly home and watch it on television that particular year because it was definitely one thing. Put it on your bucket list. You have to see a game at the Rose Bowl. They'll never play another Super Bowl at the Rose Bowl because it's just not modern enough doesn't have enough luxury boxes, they won't do it. Most likely have it on Jerry Jones has yacht. Yeah. And the time. A Bodey per purchased. I guess it's bigger than a football field, by the way. And I feel remiss in not reporting this since we are playing that cut from groundhog day Punxsutawney, Phil Larry came out this morning in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Guess what happened? He didn't he didn't see his shadow rights. You are. So what does that mean means that in early spring is coming? That's a good thing. You know, it's weird because we haven't had a lot of snow. We had some snow last week. But it was immediately wiped out by some rain. It's cold. Yeah. I guess maybe. That's it. I just can't wait for any any kind of warm weather, and I guess we're going to get some early this week fifty five fifty six degrees, something like that not bad not bad at all. Let's get back to the phones at six one seven seven seven nine seven ninety three seven John in New Hampshire is next on sports radio. John. Jim and how we doing? I'm doing very well. Quick football point that I felt like people haven't been talking about lately. And that's this. Defense is unhinged. Emotionally. I mean, they have to leave Peters to who all have a history of just being over emotional players. And I personally feel like the teacher can get any type of lead or you know, any type of turnover off golf we've been playing questionable. Lately defense will just give up the game. Let me ask you this though. And I I agree there emotional players. And that's, you know, looking at it from a positive patriot perspective, but is to lead and Marcus are both those players they good quality Cornerbacks in the National Football League. I believe that they're they're great quarterbacks quarterbacks excuse me. But I also feel like with other teams they've been with previously quarterbacks knows the game running back stumbles the ball, they seem to take out those emotional, right? I I think the I think Peter's into Leib are going to be effective. I think you your observation about sue. I think is spot on. He does give up in certain game. He gets up for stretches in games and seasons last week. He played well, but you never know which in Dhamma consumer's gonna show up. You're absolutely right about him. All right. All right. Thank you six one seven seven seven nine seven ninety three seven to Danny in Quincy. It's an all star mustard in Johnson show, nothing but are mainstays here. Danny what's going on good? Good Punxsutawney talk. Craig how you know. What you can't. You can't get that anywhere. Seriously. Hey, I I would it would be. I would it would be a major gaffe on on February second that. I didn't celebrate one of my favorite holiday standing. Yeah. Well, angles come up over four hundred miles suicide December twenty first. So we're doing good. So good weather talk. This is the man to talk to so. Yup. It's just it makes you it creates a nice psyche. And you had to know that sun angles coming back, you know, what we need photosynthesis. And we don't have photosynthesis. Danny we cannot survive. Exactly. But Craig I heard out from Everett last week, man, what is this hatred for dollar check. I cells by missing something or dibella chicken pasta house of a fallen out. I think there were I think Bill Parcells always he believed in the hierarchy of I'm number one, Bella checks, number two. And I think that when Bella check had a lot of success after Bill left wing, Linda, I think there was a lot of jealousy and envy from on tuna. I mean, I just don't remember it. What else hatred? No. But think about this. If you were if you are the boss, and you have been the guy you've been the guy in charge and as great as Bella check was as is assistant coach, I'm the head coach, you're the assistant. He liked that hierarchy. And that that hierarchy was upended. Retired go check still coaching. Before Bella checks rise in the twenty first century Parcells was considered the greatest coach New England history. Certainly got all the credit in the world for all. Those giant those two Super Bowls with the giants. Now, you look back and go maybe check I had something to do those two giant Super Bowl. I all I know is Bella check was a chip off his block in terms of coaching style. And the way he handled the team sorta like, you know, military style. No, no, one player is bigger than the teams the Annapolis effect is what you're talking about. Yeah. That brings me to my point about you, you cut a chastise the patriots defense against Kansas City, second-half second half. They gave up thirty one point standing ball game. Again, we we're we're only this is this is what drives me crazy about you. You walk you pick a one choice of a game. And that's the whole game. They shut them all in the first half. Do you realize how big that was Danny? There's no D Ford. We're not there's no D Ford. We're not your whining and complaining about the defense lined up off. I'm just saying Danny a spin look at okay, I'm just saying it was a legitimate call. I'm not claiming it was a bad. Call a bail the patriots out, and you would and everybody else. The narrative would have been different. How do the patriots wilt in the second half of that game? Chiefs. Go look it up if I'm not mistaken the average over thirty five points a game it offense this season. I think the team that held him down a little I think twenty six avocados on the twenty six now. They did explode. Wait a minute. Danny. They did explode in the second half of that game. Thirty one points to that team. You understand that they were all they were all in the second half shutting them out in the first. Okay. All right. How did the defense do against the the colts the RCA dome with Peyton and six? Oh seven. How'd that work out? What do we say? They were gas different some games. I mean you go back to the chiefs Rams game earlier in the season that was an offense about that's how some how do the patriots do how the patriots defense do against the chiefs in the regular season Foxborough. Same thing. Giving up fifty what did they give up fifty one? By the way. I forgot why we were arguing over this. What did you say that we were arguing over? I'm arguing something. I have no idea what I'm arguing about. No. I do you said that was a shot his go back to sun angle. I think we we we I think we can agree on sun angle. I liked that discussion much better. Okay. So what's your point? The point is the patriots defense in my opinion. There's been playing much better the second half, and it's being overlooked, and you sit there and your chest. I would they did against Kansas City. They scored on a short field. Twenty back in Kansas City, scored on twenty three okay? All right. But but Danny you're so concerned. What can I ask you a question, Danny why are you so protective we've had these arguments you were arguing back in in the in the undefeated almost eighteen in one season that it was Brady's fault. Not the defense. You're always defending the defense. Why did you say I was totally as far back watch the replay the J I've seen them many times. Yes. I have seen them anytime. Did you hear kill Santos's voice saying I don't know this? This is not looking good. They give up a safety unintentional ground. And when it first offensive play. And then they give back. Okay. Okay. Forget about looking backwards. Let's look ahead to tomorrow, Danny? All right. What do you see tomorrow for the game? My prediction stink. I'm just gonna keep. Because I think Brady wishes to the show. He is me ripping them all the time some pick against them. So they're probably win. Why are you ripping Brady because he because he because he's using reverse psychology? I see people fail to point out some of his faults. He's pick on the one yard line that set the whole tone for the game. The rest of the game. They were chasing those points a game. But you don't mention that you well, how did he get the number of Super Bowl wins? He has here we go generalities. That's a fact like Larry, it's a team sport. Okay. My point is check you start getting credit. So there's run you guys feel the Miami the Miami gave ballot. Check was fantast workout you picked on the big city. So obviously that game been mad at you know, what bothers me about you. As you totally dismissed the Miami game. Well, I know it turned out to be not as meaningful as we thought. It would be John Bedford. You're next on sports radio w e. John. How are we doing doing John? Hey, so I just wanted to touch on the the whole Kyrie Irving situation because I really feel like our media is the reason why he's having these feelings about leaving and these mixed feelings about well. You know, maybe it's the team chemistry. No, I think it's the media. I think he listens to the media. He's years old this guy. She just keep his mouth shut. Oh, you should just play. You know, we're talking about a perennial all-star here. Without this guy on our team. We are not going to win a championship. That is a fact there's no question about the hack on him. Wait a minute hold on a second inconsistencies. John, john. What role does the media have in that? He is a personality that is difficult to read. He doesn't seem to be a great team play tries to be, but this is a kind of a dysfunctional group. And right at the. Top of that dysfunction is as all the talent in the world. There's no question about it. Is he capable of being a LeBron or a K D that can carry a team both? I mean, physically and psychologically. So I mean, if a guy couldn't thirty points sentences. Consistently. I would say yes, he is that type of player, and I think he does have a leadership quality that. I don't think he does hoping I don't know about that. Because you know, what the younger players play better when he's not on the floor. It seems Tatum Brown and Rosiere usually play better when Kyrie's not they're not to say they can win without Kyrie. I agree with you. They're not gonna win a championship without Kyrie. But is can be the alpha dog. That's the question. Yes. Okay. Can. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, the numbers speak for themselves. Yes. But it's more than just numbers it, John. It's more than just numbers you have to be able to carry a team on your back, and so many different ways. And he wants to be that person. My question. Larry, I don't know how you feel about that. Is he in that category? Is he an Jordan LeBron category? No, he's not in that category. Yet he wants to be a Steph curry category. Steph curry can't handedly win it for Golden State championship without Steph curry. That's a good question. I don't know. If if Cari is an alpha dog, though, I think he's more. I think he's part of a very talented team Corzine now he's not the alpha dog..

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WEEI

"This yesterday. What you mean? March. February second. Do you ever have deja vu? Mrs lancaster. Oh, it's deja vu. All over again on this groundhog day. Not only is it groundhog day. Punxsutawney Phil Willie. See shadow were not little bit later on today. But it's groundhog Super Bowl. Patriots sunday. Yes. It's deja vu all over again. And again and again nine times Larry in the twenty first century the patriots are competing in a Super Bowl. And I guess everybody is going to feel like Bill Murray tomorrow as we watch the patriots take on the Rams and Super Bowl anyway Sunday. I let me check check in see when the Super Bowl is this year. I think tomorrow, but let me take a look Evan heard that much about a lot of coverage now. Yeah. Very overlooked event. I read this station on our week. And I haven't heard that much not not too much at all. And I think one of these days, I think that the NFL will finally come out of its shell. And maybe someone will take notice. I don't know about you. I think we were texting back and forth, and you indicated that you would have reverse parasol says I'm trying to put this nicely. If you have to hear yet another breakdown of Super Bowl, fifty three. So what are we going to talk about today? Unfortunately. There's only but so much. Analysis that you can give to a game at some point styling on Monday. Some of the guests are interesting and stuff. I just I it's too much for me. Too much are you questioning the programming policies of sports radio? You ripping the people that do a fine job with their QNA variety different guests in radio row down. No because they have hundreds of radio stations down there doing the same thing. I'm more interested in the conversation about what goes on after the shows the nightclubs strip joints. The here we go again, you don't miss an opportunity to bring in something sexual almost immediately strip joint. We're not five minutes in the show, and you're bringing up strip joints, are you? Okay. Seriously. I was just curious what they do after the. I am not curious at a who cares? What a bunch of overweight. Slobs. Who work a w we do after the show. You don't care about the lap, dancing and all that stuff. I certainly do not. I'm worried about how the patriots are going to stop a very difficult Rams defensive line. I'm worried about if this will be a repeat of what happened last year where we undermine underestimated. The. Philadelphia eagles. We thought it would be just a a route for the patriots eagles just happy to be there, and that turned out to be something else entirely. So I'm my focus. Larry, you're you may be on lap. Dancing in strip joints. And everything else. My focus is totally on football. So that's where I'd like to go between now and eleven o'clock we give way for James Dickerson. I think again, I think the the likes of. Sue, and just you know, the the the defensive line the wide receivers and the revenge factor for many years ago. I think it's going to be interesting game. I really do you really think that revenge factor? And I said it last week I said at tongue in cheek very ironic. Wells is still playing right. Exactly. I mean, that's a different team was from a different town. They're going to have different uniforms, different coaches. I mean to me this is a whole different Rams team. It's almost like it's a different franchise. Remember? And of course, we all remember even though it was what seventeen years ago. It does seem like yesterday. The patriots were what fourteen points sixteen point underdogs. They were the team that was just happy to be there. And it seemed as if the Rams because they beat the patriots up in Foxborough that year back in the old building. Everybody figured that. The Rams would have an easy time with the patriots. We found out otherwise. But it doesn't seem like that Rams team in this Rams team, very different. The patriots are different too. But they still have the three main guys have Bob Kraft. Bill Belichick Tom Brady as long as those guys. They are still the patriots. And the patriots have come such a long way since that February game of two thousand and two when Bob Kraft said on this day, everybody's a patriot fan or everybody's a patriot. Just a different feel for it. Patriots favored by most. I would say Vegas puts them at two and a half. And I'm assuming that you feel good about the patriots chances tomorrow. I do I do. I mean, it's. Going by I to me, I thought the SuperBowl was last week when they played against two weeks ago when they played against Kansas City. You're absolutely right. That was a phenomenal impressive victory because I thought Kansas City was loaded. Well, it was an impressive victory. And was a great game. Not only was it. Impressive victory which they easily could have lost. We know why? But it was a great game. Forget about who won the game. Just that epic battle back and forth in the fourth quarter things turning on calls. Non calls coin flips third and ten third and tens third and tens. I mean that was one of the great games in NFL history. So the Super Bowl in a lot of ways, I think, you're right. Is almost anticlimactic because you're you're taking on your AFC rival, you're going into a place that is very difficult to win in. That crowd is amazing. It was what was the temperature minus four degrees with wind chill. It was just one of the great games in NFL history. And now you're going to the Super Bowl against the team. You really don't know that. Well, there isn't a lot of except for that game seventeen years ago, but that seems like eons ago this is not a game against a rival or team that you know, really played the patriots Goth Goth played the patriots. No, I think two years ago. I think has he maybe it's funny because they disappeared off the screen for a little while. Then they found their Mojo and came back. The Rams I mean, they for a while they were on unbelievable. The Jeff Fisher era. Didn't exactly go to. Well. No terrible. And they were buried in Saint Louis Saint Louis is a not a football town. Remember the patriots almost went there. If it weren't for Bob Kraft buying the team, and then returned to their old stomping grounds are playing in the Coliseum. Just like it was back in the Roman Gabriel days of the nineteen sixties. And so it's almost like it's a it's a expansion franchise. It is not it's the team that moved from Saint Louis, and the fact that you have a thirty three year old coach it's a whole new era number one draft pick Jared Goff know history between the two teams these two editions. Anyway, it's going to be an interesting game. But. We just don't know a lot about the Rams versus the patriots except for that game. Which I as I said is a completely different thing. Roman Gabriel an name from. Oh, no. Oh, no. Here we go. Again. He was one of the big bigger quarterback six four six five well over two hundred pounds. Jim remember remembers favorite receiver? Bernie Casey house Bernie case, you don't like Bernie, Casey number twenty five years hottest. He was he was an actor to favorite long. Yeah. Donald know who Bucky pope that was way back that was before my time. That's probably early sixty s catava claw. I don't remember him. Yeah. But we're not going to go through the entire roster autumn up Roman. Gabriel. Get the fearsome foursome. Rosie Greer Lamar Lundy Nelson. Merlin Olsen for many years. David deacon Jones. Right. And since they came back to LA, those of the Rams that I remember that those Saint Louis frauds were a completely different varieties. John. Yup. So those are the Rams have not been in a Super Bowl out of out of LA since they lost the Pittsburgh back in the nineteen eighty Super Bowl seventy nine season, but the consensus, and you know, you're not gonna get anything differently here from us. The consensus is that the Rams played a terrific game. Going into a very talk about Arrowhead being difficult. The noise level in the Superdome. Always deafening. They were down early thirteen nothing. They coulda caved on the road. Came back were the huge. We understand this as big a beneficiaries ever going to have of a non call in the history of the game. But they took advantage of their opportunities. Like Brady took advantage of his opportunities. They both got lucky in a way Ford in Kansas City. No, call on the interference in Orleans, and they took advantage of the opening. So I'm always interested that you know, when the patriots are playing, you know, it's not going to be an easy game. It's not going to be lopsided one way or the other. It's gonna come down to two or three key plays and probably whoever has the ball last. It always does with the patriots. No matter who they're playing name. Name. Give me one Super Bowl was easy for the patriots. They don't play easy Super Bowls. So at least, you know, you'll be. Entertained. How'd you like that article by Dunkin net from the globe? I didn't see it. Tell me about claiming that the patriots had very little support around here. Who is Dunkin Arnett by doing even know who he is. But the patriots had little support in the New England area. Knowing Lenny area, evidently is TV was broken out Sunday morning for this the send-off thirty five thousand all I do know is that they have a lot of support based on the reports that have donated out of Atlanta apparently just about every fan because the fans descended upon Atlanta over the last two or three days every fan, you see has a patriot jersey, you don't see any ram jerseys at all. So the patriot contingent they travel well as we well know, and so they're down in Atlanta. Not a a lot of Rams fans coming three thousand miles east for the game. Maybe they'll be show up a little bit more. So in a lot of ways it might be a home game for the patriots could be a lot of patriot fans there. So I don't know where he came off. What was his reason for making this observation a couple of places? Then the south station area where they had some beat L A T T shirts. And they haven't been selling that. Well, so I think he gauged it on that in a few of the lazy lazy conclusions? He came up with. Well, the old beat LA chant from the nineteen eighties. When Philly came here game number seven Eastern Conference finals and beat the Celtics. So I guess that's still alive. But this isn't like. Lakers versus Celtics by any stretch. I mean, there's there's no rivalry between superstars. I mean. Jared Goff is a very fine. Young quarterback adult think at this point. He and Tom Brady are going to be mentioned in the same sentence. So we're not going to get that kind of feel. No, I think L A brings a. A good collection of super players and Dan McCann, sue. Aaron Donald the Brennan corks the wide receiver Marcus Peters gonna back. I mean, they keep to wait. They got some. It's not like you're not gonna be lining up against a bunch of stiffs out there. Now what they have they have star quality. There are a Hollywood team. Okay. And you need stars. If you're going to be successful in LA. We know that they're trying to build that back with the Lakers with LeBron. He was back the other night as a matter of fact, so this team has some players, you know, let's not let's forget, let's forget the tiger early is if he's not the best back in the National Football League. He is certainly the top two or three. He will. He didn't play that way against. No. But I wouldn't overlook him. C J Anderson has a pretty good history against the patriots. He makes me nervous. I would say so because he's had some success. Matter of fact, I heard him on radio row over the last couple of weeks. And I guess he's keeping score. He is four and three lifetime against the patriots. And not many players probably can say they're four and three lifetime against the just remember that off tackle play to the. Left that was in the regular season. He just took it to the house that was regular season overtime that gave Denver the home field advantage. And they took advantage of it a couple years ago when they won the Super Bowl the last one for Peyton Manning. So it's almost as if you're playing a team back in the old days in the World Series. When I even the Red Sox played the reds back in seventy five. You really didn't. You didn't see the resident play in the interleague games in those days. So it was it was like it was very mysterious. Like, oh my God. The Red Sox are playing the reds. They never played together. They never see each other. Except maybe in an all star game a couple of the players so playing the Rams and the patriots. It's like two teams that really don't have much of a history. And again, I'm throwing out the two thousand and two because it was a whole different era different team, players, etc. So that's what I'm looking at. I'm fascinated by how the patriots. And I know they will. The two best players that the Rams have the big check, Mark. You'd think for the Rams would be Aaron Donald and Donna can sue sue as you well know very inconsistent. He can look very good like he did last week against New Orleans, and he can be invisible. Like we've seen many times for instance, when he was in Miami. When he's with Detroit. Donald everybody says he's the best player in the National Football League. But I've seen JJ watt. Be the best player in the National Football League coming against the patriots and get totally neutral. Don't show up. Yeah. He shows up but Dante scar. Nikki and Bill Belichick have a plan that usually works thing with these guys is they'll line them up all over the place line him up in the middle. Mic tournament to edge rushers..

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WCTC

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"mrs lancaster" Discussed on WCTC

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