35 Burst results for "Ole Ole"
Jason Jones Paid a Powerful Visit to the Grand Ole Opry
"Folks I'm talking to my friend, Jason Jones, who has, among other things, written for the stream, go to stream dot org and you can read his piece, his piece is there, there's a recent piece he wrote on Ukraine. You were just saying that we're both in Nashville right now. And you said yesterday, you went to the grand Ole opry with your kids. Beautiful. And what were you saying? So, you know, I'm there. I got good seats. It was just my son and I, he's been traveling with me and it's been intense week with our work. And so of course, my staff and my team, the suffering and the burden that they're bearing in Ukraine and Afghanistan was on my mind. And I was thinking about this article. I'm going to be writing in response to dugan. He's a heideggerian and thrill of death in war, which is not thrilling a 19 year old boy laying across Constantino wire with his lungs filled with poison gas and a hole in his lungs is not it's not beautiful. What's beautiful is children playing a father cutting the umbilical cord of his newborn child of fathers and son fishing together. And so there we were at the grand Ole opry and I just thought it was such this beautiful experience to be seen as artists, some 90 years old on stage with their children and this is what human life and human flourishing is about. And I look at the rhetoric of our politicians and they have forgotten what their job is and their job is to get between chaos and the citizens. And we need statesmen, we need stateswoman, we need advocates for the vulnerable. And so when we look to Ukraine, we have Jamaican and I have a new article out. You know, it's mordor versus Saddam. The west is sodom and Russia's mordor. And we need Putin and his armies to turn around and leave, but we need to push Soros and Klaus Schwab out of Ukraine. I was going to say, this is what's so horrifying is that when I think of the America of Ronald Reagan, it means to be a shining city on a hill. That cares about people all around the world. When I think of the America of whatever you want to call it, the deep state, the actors at Davos, these are people they don't have the same vision as Reagan did even as Trump did as when I think of the founders. They have a kind of anti American globalist vision
Rarely Do You See the Creation of a New Political Party
"Rarely do you get to see the creation of new political parties? And we talked yesterday about how Canada has decided to change its form of government from a liberal democracy to actually our democracy not a republic to an authoritarian dictatorship, there are many moments when political parties spring up one of the ones I think of, of course, is the creation of the Republican Party, which had a time place and location. We're not far from it right now, ripon Wisconsin is where the Republican Party was founded in a little schoolhouse right next to a church in downtown ripon. And it was started as an antislavery party. They had one issue. Antislavery. And that was basically post federalist anti federalist Whig Party all of a sudden you started to see this new party called the Republican Party, be created. And the Republican Party is called the GOP grand Ole party because it's been around longer than what we would know as the Democrat party. A new parties are created, it's new and it's exciting and usually here isn't a good takeaway, they're focused on one or two issues. Now I'm not saying that we're starting a party that will replace the Republican Party, but the Republican Party has basically become a rien no party anyway, Republican to name only. What does it mean? We use that term rhino a lot. But at a deeper we fundamental level, the Republican Party really is becoming the parents party, the party of normal working class, muscular, labor, people that have responsibility. It's the party of people that have things they are tasked to look after and they want to make sure those things do not get destroyed disintegrated or taken from them. The Republican Party is the party of preservation right now, the Democrat party is the party of confiscation and revolution. Everyone who's voting Republican right now or is interested in voting Republican, they have something they love. They have something they admire. They have something they're tasked morally to look after. Their children, their school, their community, their education, their business, and they're afraid of, let's say, influences, to come and take that from them.
LG unveils new OLED monitors
"One one product product that that is is consistently consistently in in the the spotlight spotlight every every year year at at the the Consumer Consumer Electronics Electronics Show Show in in Las Las Vegas Vegas is is big big screen screen televisions televisions all all LED LED technology technology is is the the big big thing thing at at L. L. G. G. Tim Tim Alessi Alessi is is hoping hoping the the budget budget is is there there for for a a big big purchase purchase or or diverting diverting a a lot lot of of disposable disposable income income away away from from things things like like travel travel or or eating eating out out and and upgrading upgrading your your home home theater theater LG's LG's OLEDs OLEDs are are four four K. K. and and eight eight K. K. with with sizes sizes from from forty forty two two winters winters to to ninety ninety seven seven inches inches they they have have self self emissive emissive technology technology meaning meaning it it needs needs no no backlight backlight like like an an LCD LCD what what that that enables enables is is a a couple couple of of things things that that really really make make movies movies pop pop number number one one is is perfect perfect black black levels levels every every pixel pixel can can be be turned turned off off individually individually so so that that the the one one you you need need black black and and shadow shadow detail detail it's it's there there for for you you and and since since everyone everyone can can be be individually individually controlled controlled you you get get no no light light bleed bleed or or halo halo effect effect were were dark dark and and bright bright objects objects are are adjacent adjacent to to each each other other LG LG is is ramping ramping up up production production of of a a sixty sixty five five inch inch flexible flexible screen screen that that rolls rolls in in and and out out of of a a case case I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Grand Ole Opry country singer Stonewall Jackson dies at 89
"Country country musician musician Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson has has died died after after a a battle battle with with vascular vascular dementia dementia he he was was eighty eighty nine nine I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at his his career career and and Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson once once said said he he came came straight straight from from the the farm farm in in nineteen nineteen fifty fifty six six and and on on to to the the stage stage of of the the grand grand Ole Ole Opry Opry he he was was the the first first act act to to appear appear there there without without a a recording recording contract contract he he played played there there for for more more than than fifty fifty years years his his hits hits include include Waterloo Waterloo I I washed washed my my hands hands of of muddy muddy water water why why I'm I'm Walkin Walkin and and BJ BJ the the DJ DJ DJ DJ DJ DJ he he said said that that the the two two thousand thousand six six AP AP interview interview his his name name really really was was Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson always always thought thought well well if if you you use use in in a a famous famous name name of of some some sort sort they they could could be be bumps bumps along along the the way way with with it it but but it it never never had had been been a a problem problem to to me me
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"It is to win the ball, clear the ball. And play the ball. Particularly if you do it before playing them on. Now, sometimes you have to play the mine after because that's a consequence of what we call momentum. Now until a thousand years time before still playing this game, who knows what the hell did we do? Well, we won't be here. That's for sure. You'll still be having to start with something called momentum going and so I don't really see what the defender can do. If he goes through the back of the Achilles of the player and then plays the ball, I can totally understand that. But he raps his leg, it plays the ball fast, then the contact comes after and I think Louise must be watching. Are you sure you're watching that same replay in the future? You're watching some video game. Louis overall, what was the big difference that you saw from this part? From this Barcelona side to Ronald goom inside. Now I'm going to save mods about to create you know when you play the game and you know that one of the things that also defends needs to know is that when you lie in the box, do you know there is a big danger that you might thought to play? If you touch it, you have to understand it. Yeah, it does the ball, but at the end it also plays. So yeah, it could have been called or not, but at the end call of the AI is getting both. And talking about Barcelona's from Chavez. It's not the best situation. It was a good three points, but of course it was in the best game of Barcelona. We saw a few bright lights on the game, but I think there is a lot of work because there was a moment that we saw the old Barcelona with a lot of problems to keep the ball to give in a lot of space to the opponent. A lot of Justin, and even they could have lost the game with two chances that we saw the rose. So at the end, I'm sure that chavi is going to continue working. A lot of players there is still injured. They are important on this game. So we need to give him a little bit of time and hopefully the result is that. One of the reasons is that Spanish fashion you've got. I mean, I'm wearing a tie today. It was Spanish fashion, I might try it. He's got his Barcelona kit on underneath. What are you wearing? Italy style. Louis come see ya. I've been told. Yeah, yeah. Thank you very much, just a reminder. Laliga action continues on Monday, the last game.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"There is no avenue to go. If I knew avenue to go now, and have done something they didn't want to do and that is soccer, but why? Why did it not want a cycling? Because it wasn't going to the right direction, so that has to tell you that they have no care, really. But what direction is going on as long as it appears a few bells pierced a few dividends here and there? And the share price is good. And the sponsors are happy. That's probably where they are. They don't have any sense of winning the league at this moment in time. And we see the next man united odds, no one knows. It's completely up in the air at the moment. I want to pick up a point that Craig mate may need him. Michael Carrick, of course, surely it's just part of the problem. Isn't he in the fact that he was solved Charles right hand man, if you're in that locker room, what difference does it actually make of its character or if it's soul char in charge? Yeah, it doesn't make sense to me and also as you look at those managerial arts. Are they the odds to be the interim or to be the next man? What is it? But yeah, with courage. You know, this is, it seems like it's just filling up a gap now before the next person comes in and fills that gap again. But it's such an interesting thing because who would be interested in insert managers job? Because surely that means that if they come in and they're doing well and so on, they still know that the expiry time is going to be in the summer of next year. So you could in theory when a Premier League in theory when a Champions League and it serves no purpose. So I don't know, I think the united is just a case of bringing in a familiar face. It's already in the building to try and stabilize things a little bit. But that's Craig alluded to at the very start. You can blend the manager all you want, but the players are underperforming themselves, and it should be a sense of personal prior to be able to gather the situation that they're in now because tactics do matter to a certain extent or personal pride in the winning desire mentality goes a long long way, the special players who are being tasked with playing with clubs like Manchester United. So even though character, for those players, they know they have to do better. And now they've kind of lost their excuse, which was taken some pressure off them. And now all eyes are on them, I guess. Just to go before we go again, just want to switch briefly before we switch back. I don't want to go back and forth a little bit. The shots at the end of the game, where that. Why don't we call Fernandez, right? Don't know where he thinks maybe he's better than what he is. Great. This is right at the end when social went to salute the fans. This gesture of don't blame soul SkyMiles. What? What the hell is that? And the game's finished. The only way you can affect your manager is on the field. So that was just, again, sentiment to nonsense for the cameras from something that Bruno Fernandez, who was pretty much anonymous again, and when you demand in the last 12 months of anybody who's trying to tackle them, is that they are having a go at the fans saying no, it says, yeah, it sure is. Everybody's part of the problem. And I think that's kind of where this club are. I mean, if you go back to, I think the fossil meditation I may have been the first game I think it was was that the lead scheme when leads taken apart for the second year on the role at Old Trafford. And I said to you on here, look, this was a perfect game for united. Let's not get carried away. Paul Pogba all these assess, Abraham was great, but essentially this was a perfect storm for man united. And I think it just sort of gets people who, you know, some people who can't see a bigger picture super excited. But again, all this was just papering over crags. You know, and it's been, I don't know. I'm absolutely I'm bemused by the fact that one in August be given July to give him a new contract. And two inaugural normal lesson me, it was recently they either have given or been have been discussing new contracts with some of the other coaching stuff. It might feel like it's got one last time. This is mate feeling who don't even make believe wanted to be somewhere in the technical director's rule, not in the coach, and he doesn't even want to be in that job allegedly. And the others were the contracts are under negotiation. Are these people? What are they watching? What are these people that are making the decisions actually watching and thinking? It's astonishing. It really, really is. So it's almost the impossible question, isn't it? Considering that they have no idea. So why would you have any idea? That's how all this is going to play out with regards to who the next manager is going to be. We know it's going to be carried for who knows how long we know there's going to be an interim and then imagine there's going to be another one after that. I think probably watching this show to get an idea. They probably switched off earlier on. Yeah, well. You're right. I mean, they don't know. If they did know, they would be hiring a caretaker and then interim and then, you know, who knows what? It's a hostage to fortune by having a interim malign because it could be the same nightmare, social situation, it could come and do well. And then the bounced into giving the job again. Now, if you have an entry manager for me, you're just giving the player 6 months off because the players know that whoever comes in in 6 was time to be another boss. And somebody asked to impress if they need to press. So it's just a mess. Now, in terms of the next summer, if you talk about who united would ideally won. And this is we're talking about Ed Woodward here the chief executive is leaving, so who knows what the neck chased you for example? But Ed Woodward has had a long term admiration and kind of sense that Mauricio Pochettino is a good fit for the United players. You play in attractive way. He fits in with the modern structure of working within a technical director and leaving people to recruit players. So put to Tino is the guy at the top of the list. I've heard that poker channel is gettable, despite the fact he's at PSG with a decent contract. He's not massively happy at PSG. There's all sorts of nonsense off the pitch in terms of players party and a lack of discipline at all situations. And also, if you're the PSD manager, you know that your job security is pretty tenuous at the best of times. So pochettino for me is the ideal candidate. But I've also been told that Real Madrid quite like portraits in the one who knows how luck and she lost your last man city like him as well and we don't know how long that Guardiola lost its city. So if you're nice to do it, pochettino, they need to show some ambition and some desire answer the readiness to pay a compensation for you to get in. Because right now, they're in a good position to have a free reign because nobody else, no other top club has a managerial vacancy. They do, so they should be beating all their rivals to get the top manager out there, but let's be honest. Manuel is executives have no football experience. They're all former bankers that that's the profession they came from. The football stuff, basically on the first job. There's nobody united with any kind of experience or knowledge deep knowledge of the game and what they do. So I wouldn't back united to get who they want. This would be another maths. In 6 months time, we'll be talking about this. In June on July, what's going wrong? Why is that got him? Why the end of it with.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"For the people who are in there, the minute that they look at immune. Away from Manchester, how high is his stock tools? That's a good question. Dan, because despite the good news that he had and of course he was very good for England a club level with city hasn't been the same really enough for 18 months where his numbers have dropped. Clearly, I think last season, again, apart from the Euros, one of his worst in terms of returning goals and assessed because he knows that he's not a starter at a city, so they're thinking, okay, if he's not a city, why would he be a starter with us? For example, and in order stop club, there's already a lot of competition for in his position. So it's going to be tricky. The only thing is when we get down to the summer and only one year left on his contract, his price will lower massively, but he wants he wants big money in wages. That's why he would want for his new dealer city. That's why we would want to leave city and go to any other top club in England on Europe. So again, that has to be discussed as well how much money are you ready to offer? I'm studying in terms of wages, plus commission for Isaiah and et cetera, et cetera it would be a tricky move for him if he wants to change Mark Wes his next club going to me. Is it tough question? So once again, because I don't see him going next, somewhere because the money involved. I think it's really difficult for him to find the club and facilities to sell him. So in 18 months time, when he's a free agent,.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Was one option at the time didn't fancy him. The two guys did would take now if they were available, our Brenda Rodgers at Leicester and Mauricio appointed team at PSG, but neither are available. They both get a ball if you'd like to prepare to pay the money. But at this stage, they're not. So that leaves you down, and you know, I was told that two or three weeks of the united thought that the numbers in the stack are people a lot of money economy quite a lot more to spend on players, weren't really convinced that he would, you know, master illegally he's never played, doesn't know the league doesn't know the players very well. So done for me is a rank outsider for this job. But the rumors are there, because so Irish struggling, they got a tough game at Watford the weekend, and it's Chelsea way next week. If you keep losing, then they might have to turn to these because the other options aren't at the moment gettable. We had Frank on the show yesterday Joel so kind of said slightly something different when talking about Zidane the possibility of going to united. He's like, it's quite happy in Madrid. Life's pretty good at the moment. He doesn't really need that headache. He's still very much got eyes on the national team. Exactly, and that's why that's what we keep saying on the show as well. He knows that whenever there's some steps down, which more likely it would be after the World Cup in Qatar in just a year time. Or maybe after the Euros in 2024 in Germany, but sooner, rather than later, that job will be available and is sedans pretty much all agreed. We all know that he's the one coming next after Desean if he's not already in the job. So for him to go to united and signing a two and a half year deal or three and a half year deal doesn't make much sense if in a year time he has to step down from the united joke to grant the Franz job on top of that like Mark said the 5 England that he's never really been keen on as a player or as a manager with the language, which is a huge issue for him who based the law of his management on management and be able to have that kind of relationship with his players, mostly by being very close to his dressing room. If you don't see the language already there's a barrier between you and them you and your players. So despite we're not doing varan being at the club, as is I still think it's a very long shot for them to go zip down. Why don't you just go to Lester and give lots of money for Brendan Rogers, Martin? Well, I don't think it's that much money. Let's be honest, you know, 2.4 million for Donny van der beek, they never played. So I don't understand why clips are sober lots and suspend. But it's a serious point. I'm sorry, looks into to spend on a managed compensation when a player who could cost two, three times that doesn't have the same value. I understand that play by the resale value, but the manager at the coach is the most important person at the club. So I think united hope in naive that social will turn it around. But that, you know, what you see on the pictures that suggest it will be turned around and that the players have lost faith in socio that the tactics are bewildering at times because they're nonexistent. The fans have lost faith in solsha. So it's only a matter of time now before he actually goes. He can't limp on forever. And the next game is coming up at all, you know, Watford away. Chelsea white arsenal at home. I mean, it's really hard to see united when any of those games. I mean, what for the way many, but this is when you know how to do it so they might win at Watford and not win against Chelsea. So I do think they're going to have to make a decision pretty soon. Rogers, I'm told wouldn't be a first to go to man united, despite his Liverpool past, I think Potts scene will be keen as well, despite the fact that he's Tyler per PSG. But united have to make a move. They have to be bold. They have to say right, where the biggest club in the world so they keep telling us, prove it, you want to get somebody's manager. Maiden, when you step out of your mansion in Manchester, what are the people on the street saying about who they want? You know, it's a long wall to get to those streets, but I think overall. You know, it's like everybody's been saying that. You know, my sister acted as a club. They are the biggest in the world, but they seem to be behaving in a completely different manner. And the way that they are on the field. It's quite stagnant to be honest. Most of the people I know who are man united fans are so dejected because they have lost faith in the manager and the stars lose faith in the plays as well. What is the feeling there? And I think the fact that they're suggesting that maybe, you know, social I can have the whole season and so on. Is this what they're willing to accept? Is this position now, say being 9 points off top of the table? Going into the middle of November. Is that acceptable for man united? I don't think so. Yes, still here we are. We're looking seems to be changing. And that's the striking thing, isn't it? Like it or not, if you're a Real Madrid, if you're Chelsea, the sack songs are 5 or 6 times. Yeah, united seems to be keeping.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"See it in the hazard. If he needed any sign from carangelo to other than what he already came out and said publicly that, you know, the fact is that I think there are better players or players that I prefer older than in hazard. He saw today at Elgin. There was every opportunity to play hazard, and he did not until the very end. And he touched on it there, the fat, obviously, no Kareem Benz him up. We're talking about the maturing of venetia's junior. He hasn't got the French man there to hold his hand and he proved to be the man of the match. Yes, definitely. That's what you have to do in that kind of games where Kari mansel is not going to be there. So we have to do it. And we have seen beneath his junior trying that in the previous seasons. But he was not able to finish. He's doing it now. He's in a very sweet moment of confidence. And in question general victory from the one of the colleagues of laliga, I think it was a very pragmatic game. They were kind of tired. I think after only two days and a half of after Osama game. And that make the difference. We need to use being in that sharp moment of his career. I think Angela is quite lucky to have the young Brazilian in that moment because yes they are leading La Liga, but they are not a brilliant team. We saw that today against el chair. Finally, Gemma, how are you coping in Barcelona without me and Ali there? Well, it's tough. You know, it rained cats and dogs. Today you have seen the camera only thing I see it is. 37,000 37,000 spectators, they knew you weren't there. So it's kind of hard to miss her starting to be very cold. But Google survive. Yeah, it's a tough game. Tough watch, wasn't it? Almost as bad as your karaoke, that bar so much. Thank you. Sorry about that. Wow. Elsewhere then top of the table clash between severe and also sooner, 5 minutes before the break. And it's the host who would take the lead Diego Carlos and the charging Hannah to make it one nil. 15 minutes into the second half and severe would double their lead. It's a long ball forward, also soon to make a complete and utter hash of it. I know campos is a missing that. Look at this. Oh my crikey it gets worse every time.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Helping himself. It was a waffle. I can't get my head around the fact that the commentator kept in expose one nice game they'd be up to 5th for think he said. I'm not sure what that tells you whether it's for it's a bit of Premier League or how crazy the league is this year. People winning and losing. But to go back to space and basically the horrible, the awful. We talk about man united last week not have an assistant. I have no idea what Tottenham are trying to do. And I brought up hurricane and I'll see that that doesn't help how you can. Yeah. Now I'm just saying that I think that we're talking a lot about that prosciutto and I go back to that gold fantastic goal, but also the second goal of Kavanaugh is so well taken. I mean, a brilliant assistant Cristiano Ronaldo somehow inch perfect path to Cavani. And then you see when you have those kind of strikers that do is just from instinct. You know, swayed away that second before he will do his finish that it will tip the goalkeeper, loris comes out. He has to go down and he scores the goal. Yes, Tottenham made it easier for them today, but I also would say that we're done. I don't think they will play a lot with this system. They're playing first Atalanta. Now that's going to be a tough challenge before they play Manchester City. This was just a start of the week. But having said that this week, I mean, what a week has been for Manchester United and I guess there are some understatements who said is a relief for Ole rest of his staff today because his staff has been under a lot of criticism, but he was wise lost a game after the Liverpool game. He said, do the players play against you and today as well. It was not like the players played for him. It was just to make sure that there is no one playing against the manager because they had some proudness today also to keep in there. I was trying to get a segue into spurs Yan and you brought it back to Ollie loves. More can you say about Stevie? He used all the phrases of horrible you can have. So what can you say? They wear horrible. I will never ask for a manage to get the sack. But I can see, and I agree with Stevie, talking about the system. I couldn't see what Tottenham tried to do today. I saw came once, come back and place a song through. That was all I saw from some good movements.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Wasn't a guy who went around to do people. I'm sure he did on the old occasion if they needed it, but in general, he was just hard. So what you're saying is he wouldn't be pulling out for 50 50. No, not him in the eye afterwards. Not a chance. Right, I'm sure Jan might actually have something to say about that. Would he be up there? Yeah, it was interesting discussions to see how the hard guys talking about that. But for me the best defender I played against would this IE? He could do everything. In training for borrow, I play with the Italian festivals, you know okay? I was afraid of him in training because if you kind of met him in any exercise, you ended up injured. And then I asked him, when we played arsenal, I loved to play against bold or Steve bowl or Tony Adams, but Mars didn't, when he came on, it's still these days. If I go to an English ground and I know that he will be working for a television station, I will wear machine pads because you somehow fell he always can injure you. Wow, it's funny that they can still scare you even after all this time. Even when you see them, that's what you think about. All right, some great questions on tonight's show. Thank you so much for sending them in and thanks to Jan robo and Stevie for answering them. We'll see you again tomorrow. Don't forget that ESPN FC is available 7 days a week. Don't miss us. This calls please raise your right hand. She was the darling of Silicon Valley. Magazine cover after magazine cover. But now, accused of massive fraud she faces decades in prison if convicted, and continues to maintain her innocence. This is not fake it to you. This was a product that didn't work. I'm Rebecca Jarvis, and for more than 5 years, my team and I have been following the case of Elizabeth Holmes, and we're here to guide you through every development of her trial. From the new evidence presented in court to how the jury might react to her new life. New episodes of the dropout available Tuesdays wherever you listen to podcasts..
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"And the feeling that the feeling we've had that we are getting to where we want to be, has been there. I do believe in myself. I do believe that I'm getting close to what I want with the club. I think what we've done, what I have seen the development. Of course, we were all low. I can't say now that I've felt any worse than this because this is the worst I've been the lowest I've been. But as I've said, I expect I accept the responsibility and that's mine today. And it's mine going forward. I'm Mark Ogden has a article up on ESPN dot com about the future of solsha as of right now markie is still in position as manager, but for how long? We still there, and I think that the club itself don't quite know what to do. I think they realize that a change needs to be made in terms of results or performances, but I don't think they yet have convinced themselves that they want all it to go. You know, it's popular within the club, the club feel that he's doing what they want him to do, this so called cultural reset, the man united DNA. I think they want that to continue, but there's also so Baden performance has been so bad that it can not go much longer. And I think the big problem for the united is that if social wants to go, the only real option out there is Antonio Conte and the people at united that aren't convinced by Conte because he's an abrasive demanding challenging character and they've had that with José Mourinho and that ended badly. And I think they'd rather stick with a nice girl like other than golfers and Antonio Conte, but kante's a winner and this debate right now whether oligarch is a winner too. Yeah, and you have to say that Liverpool defeat has been very damaging for the coach. Yeah, absolutely. You don't have to be Einstein to understand that he's under pressure at Manchester United. First of all, there is lately not been a clear way of seeing and want to play. And secondly, I mean, this is embarrassing. And what happened against Liverpool at home, your archrival and so on and so on. But what is quite interesting now as Mark is saying there is not been made a decision yet. It could happen tomorrow can happen any day. But still, it's interesting now to see how things are spun now. You see team hunter is doing everything now to put himself in a position to beat a Manchester United manager. And I can see people on social media say come to doesn't have to do that. I just think that shows that he feels he has to do it. So I don't think it's so clear that he will be the new Manchester United manager. If oligarch get the sack, you can also understand how difficult this is for Manchester United, because whatever you say, about all the good social, he is a good lot. He's a legend at the club. So this is a quite delegate personal situation for all of them involved there. The word is robot that Antonio Conte is prepared to return to management and would be interested in a role at Old Trafford. You think he'd be a good fit, don't you? Will he be the complete opposite to oligarch? Yes, he might erode some of the happiness that the players have with a liquor associated with the nice cozy atmosphere they've got there, because he is abrasive. He does want he is demanding, but he will give them a style of play. He will give them a philosophy. He will give them patterns of play both in defense and attack. That's what he's done at Juventus. That's what he's done at Chelsea. That's what he's done with. And that's what he did with a poor Italian side at the European Championships. He's a top class coach. Whether he's a top class manager, I think we have to see him if he goes to mention that could be his problem. He's got a deal with the likes of Ronaldo. And I always said when Ronaldo went there when he when pillo went to Juventus the biggest problem for pillow, the biggest problem for social will be Ronaldo because he doesn't want to play any position. And now you've got to build a team around him. That's a big problem for Conte. And that's Cristiano Ronaldo. And then there's the other players as well. Would they fit into a Conte philosophy at Manchester United? Not particularly. I mean, sorry, Jen. No, no, no. I thought he spoke to him. But yeah, I was following up with you. I should have said. Yeah, no problem. I can just take a quick and see who can come in there. Now, but I think that what is quite interesting was rubble is saying is that when soldier took over from Mourinho, that's because Mourinho was criticized for what also countries doing. So no you need a clear winner in. So I think that you may be you can not so much help Manchester United on the long term, because you have to see a philosophy in the way they are getting in managers. Robo? Yeah, and the thing with yeah, the thing with kante is that he probably only want to do it for two years. He and want to just get the best out of the team. And then he want more money than anyone other players coming in he demanded this in a demand that. But what he will give them is a clear way of playing. And that's been the problem for Manchester United and the oligarch. He had that great spell when he took over Mourinho because he gave them that good feel about the club. They was nicer on the training field. Players were happy playing again. But once he went past that, that only takes you so far. You need to have a philosophy. Liverpool showed yesterday that they have a philosophy a way of playing Jürgen Klopp knows exactly what he wants from every player in the team. When I watch Manchester United, it's been the case when they've played well when they've played poorly, they play off the cuff at times. There's no particular pattern to play, and that's what causes them problems. That's why they are never going to be at the moment a top class side. So Mark, what is it a case of? Because it seems that the players like him,.
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"A volley or a half volley done. That was a half volley. Yep, yep. Explain why. There's a hot Holly. Well, as I showed in my Instagram, to the post I sent you a volleys when the ball is in the air, either coming out the sky and you take it first time or a volley is when the ball and you don't really have to measure any sort of height or anything, but I would say in and around a hip area that's a volley where a half volley when you take a quite close to the ground, that's a half Ollie. But I have to come in there, Dan, because I was the second best volley player in the world. After Mark Hughes in my prime. And when wadi what is today was an excellent example of how you see your technique because have a look at where he hits the ball. That is on the shin pads, but still, his technique and his balance and how he's working with his body makes it as a fantastic goal. And people have a no clue. They would say this is luck. No, this is great technique. Yeah, people. Can I just do what I'm to dance question or are we teed it up that it triggered a debate? It only took a debate and it Thomas household. That is the only person who can't seem to get understanding. And I have volley. My Twitter feed was going mental. They were all right. With the next professional. Also, do you think I go home and speak to the knees and say, do you know what? I think a volley and a half Ollie..
"ole " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Less guarantees money united fans title within a couple of years. That's what he does. That's his remake. You've done that. Don't do one take, because the American owners and the management of Manchester United, they will look at their project and then they will see who is the best one to kind of manage that project. And that's what it seems perfect. So yeah, I know. And they won't go the whole way around because that is a new fungal. That is a new Marino. So I agree with what you're saying, but Dan asked me what I think should happen. I'm with you. I look at man united and I see the owners and I see the hierarchy. I don't think he's in any danger. But I think if money united really want to put down a marker and win the Premier League, I think they stand more chance of winning with Antonio Conte, then on the glossop. Here's the thing. I agree. I think Manchester United's board want to back oligarch. They don't want to be forced into making a decision. He takes so many boxes for them. The good side, the positive spin on this is that united are just three points behind city. Make what you like of that. The other side to that very same coin is united sit in 5th. There are three clubs Everton west spurs within three points and a game in hand on Manchester United. So baron gold difference, we could be talking about a Manchester United or being even sitting somewhere around 8th or 9th. Now is that the question that Manchester United's board wants answered? Is that what we'll force them to pull the trigger? Because as of right now, why are they keep seeing things through roads tented glasses? I think all you're going to saw is safe. To your point about Harry Maguire and about the manager, if Harry McGuire is injured, then you take him off. You don't play for 90 minutes, and then offer him up as a postgame excuse. That's why you're without bad. For me, just continues to show the feelings of oligarchy, which the board seemingly are happy to go with. Let's just put those fixtures up again because the problem that some showers got, we mentioned this before, is these upcoming matches right after the man city game. You've got no respite. Atalanta Champions League Liverpool spurs Atalanta then once again and.
Robinson, defense push No. 1 Bama past No. 12 Ole Miss 42-21
"Brian Robinson rushed for career highs of one hundred seventy one yards and four touchdowns as top ranked Alabama closer to a forty two twenty one victory over number twelve Mississippi the fifth year senior carried thirty six times and picked up the first one hundred yard game of his career Bryce young pass for a couple of touchdowns for the five in Crimson Tide young completed twenty one of twenty seven passes for two hundred forty one yards and was intercepted once for Alabama which led twenty eight nothing at halftime Matt corral ran for a touchdown and threw for one but was mostly held in check by a team he torched last season I'm Dave very
British TV Watchers Were Very Confused About American Ads.
"So a few months ago. A bunch of people in england tuned into some good ole live complete with commercials. Us tv obviously. It was the royal infused. I'm prince harry and meghan petra. Diaz is in south hampshire england. Where the meghan markle. Prince harry oprah interview was going to air the day after it aired in the us. So petra and a bunch of other brits tuned into us tv so that they could get all the royal t in real time. Wait hold wait a minute. Your family cut you off. I hall the first quarter of twenty twenty and aside from all the royal palace bombshells. There was this one thing that really stood out to brits about. us television the commercials. They were not like commercials in england. Very very pushy. Very chelsea by this do it now. Whereas it's like they tend to be a bit of jokey. Petro remember seeing an ad for some kind of medicine and she was like Okay that's a little odd but then there was another one is an element that would have been really serious so either like chronic something paying or whatever it was it was a very in depth commercial about it. And i. This is dramatic. Yeah all over twitter during his oprah interview. British people are saying the same thing. What is the deal with all of these medicine ads in the us. Because england doesn't allow commercials for prescription drugs and it never even crossed my mind. That medicine was say like was promoted. I didn't it. Did not even cross my mind that that was the thing brits were like you lot get bombarded like this daily and american medical adverts are some real dystopia and like how is the cream for your joints going to give you cancer. These are all real tweaks. Yeah breads had a lot of fun with the side effects. Petro is tweeting to and she couldn't tell who the ads were. Even for really so i didn't understand. The advocates ought to sow the medicine to the public. And somebody replies to the tweet saying it's not to sell sell it so that you go to your doctor and convince them to give that to you. Which is the strangest strangest thing. I could think called. One of the tweets was like hold on. Hold on hold on. You are supposed to go to your doctor and tell them what you need like doing. Weird low idea so many people outside of the united states. We're like what the heck is going on over there in america because while there are ads for over the counter drugs in most of the world the us and new zealand are the only two countries that allow drug companies to advertise prescription drugs directly to
What Exercise You Should Be Avoiding Before Going to Bed
"We're talking about the one exercise that you need to stop doing before bed. So let's face it guys. Finding time to exercise is important. We know this you know even when you have to keep a busy schedule. We know that it's important to find time to exercise. That doesn't mean there's never a bad time to work up a sweat you know. Surprisingly the experts are seeing that exercising at night could be negatively. Impacting your sleep. So if you're the type of person that likes workout at night and you're finding it hard to fall asleep. This is the episode for you. I suppose it's a good thing that you're working out in the first place. That's a big ole gut for you. My friend you know really but again sleep is also just as important and i argue probably more important. So let's try and get some rest so you can see those true gains from all that work that you're putting in at the gym. Well worth outs are okay to do before jumping into bed. There's one kind of exercise in particular that could be keeping you awake at night and so according to the experts at by ward engaging in more strenuous exercise in the ninety minutes before you plan on hitting the hey quote unquote this can make falling asleep so much more difficult and there's research like actual research to back that up now. They're not just throwing it out there and china's start movement. No there's research behind that because that's what i do. I find the research dig into it and and there was a study published in the journal. Sports medicine back in october of two thousand eighteen that found that while exercising the evening is generally not initially more generally. It's not a problem to do that. They actually found that intense workouts. That are done within an hour of your bedtime. Cad am usually does negatively impact your ability to fall asleep and more than that. It keeps you from staying asleep. You know it's one thing trying to get to sleep but when you spend so much time to sitting there laying there counting sheep trying to get the senior finally fall asleep. Just wake up thirty minutes. Later i should you know i think i tell you that. This is not good because it essentially reduces the quality of your overall
New Nintendo Switch Comes With OLED Screen
"Nintendo fans have been eagerly awaiting news of a new more powerful version of the nintendo switch Strike me down. I will become a more powerful switch and death. See there in the sand where there's only one and that is when nintendo carried the switch The nintendo has announced is the switch lead or the nintendo. What is it do. What does it do. What does it do what it does bondo. I don't know anything about it. Yeah investing it. I actually we creamy color though. Yeah it's it's it seems a little off car because it was like white the images i saw today maybe no. I think you're right. Egg white white eggshell. I appreciated that. You said the word in spanish and then looked me in the eyes for approval. Like yes right. Let's color that's fun. Yeah it's it's not what people thought it would be is why it's being talked about. It's also nintendo announced a new iteration of its console like that's news worthy of its own merit but also for years people myself among them have reported on the rumblings of a switch. Pro with four ks. That's better than three. It's one more than you want for four. But that's not what happened. It's not funny. That any odd number of ks people get upset about well. Threes a strikeout threes. Threes strikeout and terribles blade on this country's history. That's right beyond its history. Let's say it's presently k. Acceptable response to. Somebody sent you right attack. Somebody puts k. Fuck you fuck you you. Can we talk about the lead yes. The best named console has fourcade. It doesn't even have one. Like when i saw this morning that it might be ten eighty but no it is a seven inch seven. Twenty p led desbois comes as it comes in three k. color If folks are are new to the lead concept that's a basically the black of the screen the pixels don't light up at all so you don't get that deep backlit black. A lot of funds have had ad for some time now and it gives you like a crisper overall better image and people. Some are complaining that has the same battery as the old one which is too low but it's lighting up less pixel so but also it's bigger so the trade off might be
Nintendo Releases New Switch Model With 7-Inch OLED Screen
"Well who knows why they're doing this now instead of at e three as was the rumor but nintendo this morning announced an updated switch with a larger seven inch seven. Twenty p led display which can output four k. To a tv. It's going to go on sale on october. Eight for three hundred and fifty dollars quoting the verge while rumors had suggested this new switch would ship with a new invidia chip inside. It's not immediately clear if nintendo has upgraded the internal processors other than the new screen. This revised model includes an adjustable stand for tabletop play sixty four gigabytes of built in storage up from thirty two gigabytes a new dock with a weird ethernet port built in and improved audio for handheld or tabletop play. The new switch arrives nearly two years after nintendo switch light a smaller and cheaper version of the switch that you can't hook up to a tv. The switch light debuted at one hundred ninety nine dollars in september twenty nineteen then tend to switch has sold incredibly well with the console dominating. Us sales charge for nearly two years. Straight switch lifetime. Sales are at eighty four point. Five nine million units ships since its launch in two thousand seventeen a figure that is getting closer to the week consoles one hundred one point six three million lifetime sales mark and quote. So it's really a bit of a weird announcement. Aside from the timing aside from the new screen really isn't new hardware at all quoting nick stat on twitter so the new switch isn't the next gen upgrade somewhere expecting no new chipset or improved battery life also giving it the name. Nintendo switch led model is pretty telling no switch pro or switch to good thing about the new switch and why i'm buying it. Is it's compatible with current controllers and it does have better battery life than my four year old base model switch. So it's a no brainer. And
Nintendo Releases a New Switch With OLED Screen
"Here talking about the latest is poked mongo master and seeing that reporter. Sean keane welcome sean. Gotta catch them all. Thank you for having me well. So what exactly did we get today today. We got rather unexpectedly to the point where i questioned whether or not. What i was seeing was real. The nintendo switch it model. Which isn't quite an nintendo switch pro right. So what exactly is it. I mean assuming from the name that there is an led display here Give us some details. What exactly are we getting with this new upgraded switch. The main thing is the seven inch screen which in contrast to the regular switches six point two inch lcd screen so the screening look better right right. Oh let is normally known for more colors more black blacks and wider whites. I guess and it's just more contrast with lead that's usually what most of our high end smartphones are using. Now right exactly yes. So this will be great for people who mostly play handheld. It also comes with a wide adjustable. Stand which you might remember. The regular switch has a fairly flimsy standing. I very seldom used because nervous. That just fall over. I mean it's minus. Popped off. And i freaked out until i realized you can pop it back home but after that it's like i don't think it's a i'm not gonna use this thing it. It just seems a little too frail for me to sharp rob my entire console on exactly. Yeah the new should even a little more confidence. I'd like to see the action of kicking it out for myself.
Chef Kelly English on His New Orleans Influences
"Welcome chef to Flavors unknown really excited to have you on the show today. Well thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here. Thank you so. Let's just dive into it. So you grew up in new orleans. You are china from from yawning. So why kind of food free unswayed you exposed to. When you kid you know new orleans is such a unique and special food town. It's easy when you're growing up in a place like that to kind of take it for granted and so when i was growing up we we ate a lot of family meals. We ate at my grandparents house a lot and it was really leaving new orleans that made me realize how special food wise and and how how unique you know. The places i grew up was in the things That i knew what they taste like or were kind of like the backbone of the way that we eat. I went to college in mississippi at ole miss and it was getting there that i realized like man miss some of these things and then moved to spain first semester in college and there are a lot of common threads that i saw in the in barcelona over there that reminded me of new orleans and kind of spark a new. A new thing in me that made me want to do this for a living so it was kind of those very different approaches but but also very similar connections in the way that they treat food in the reverend's that they pay to that. That made me say okay
"ole " Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Performer right yes. She played not in the opera houses. Where the steppingstone is to be invited to play the party plaza outside and she was playing in the sweltering heat and asked for some water. They couldn't get it to her if she could take a break. They wouldn't let her take a break so she took her shirt off in finish the set in her bra and they banned for life. The only person today has been banned for life. 'cause she showed abroa- yeah which is You know. I think. I think she could totally turn this on them now They would probably react pretty quickly to get her back in their. Invite her if she you know if you were like you weren't weren't taking care of woman's health on stage you are performers health on stage By giving them you know letting them hydrate themselves. Then i think they would be like. Oh yeah yeah so so back out here quick. Yeah and she said later in an interview that like this is not a stunt or anything like she was about to have heat stroke and this is how she was coping with it that she wasn't you know trying to be cool or anything or she said she getting kicked out of. The opry wasn't punk rock. It wasn't good or nothing. Good came of it but she did say that. They told her that she'd never play nashville again. And she certainly has played nashville including at the reimann a number of times to which is kind of Good good comeback. Yeah i actually just bought tickets to go see her. In wine country in california in august did a winery. Very chic cannot wait. i can imagine. She's one of my favorites. I've seen her a bunch of times. It'll probably be a nice small show. yeah. It's like you know outdoors at winery sipping wine listening and nico case that's awesome Really can't wait. But she's you know she has a reputation for sort of that outsider. Sorta punk rock attitude. And i think that's why they thought Some people might have thought she was trying to stick it to the grand alarm. And she's now that's not the case so we mentioned the rhyming and obviously the reimann still around But the grand ole opry move from the reimann in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four right and two This this new venue the Grand ole opry house that it's still in today and it was a big deal when they move because they've been in the reimann for like thirty years. They started to hit like their peak of their popularity. Which has plateaued really high that time And they had their last show in march of nineteen seventy four. And i read this really great article from the new york times of all things From nineteen seventy four by suzanne freeman. It's called opera. Land is a dream to believe in. And it's about you know. The grand ole opry and what it meant to her growing up as a kid in pennsylvania and How she ended up going to this last show and what it was like But as they moved to the opera lane one of the reasons they moved was because of this amusement park it was a radio. Show that started out playing ho downs in the headquarters of an insurance building in nashville. Now had its own disney designed theme park built in nineteen seventy four and this huge forty four hundred person cushioned seat air conditioned venue To to basically celebrate the how far this this thing had come is pretty amazing Doubled almost doubled in size from the reimann And they took a little bit of the tradition with within. They cut out the six foot circle there at center stage with artists. Performs from the raymond's floorboards mood. It over to the grand old opry house Opened it big with richard nixon. On march sixteenth. Seventy four who Performed he actually play the dulcimer and the piano sang. Happy birthday to his wife. sure The reimann very sadly fell on hard times after that and hard to believe that. Kind of like our fabulous fox theatre here in atlanta was actually being talked about being demolished In the seventies and the eighties and there were like the fox. A lot of fundraisers and a lot of people getting involved to save the reimann. And now it's you know one of the oldest and still one of the most premier venues which still host the grand ole opry from november to january every year. They hold it at the reimann. Okay it's pretty cool miscall operate around but it's still the grand old opry Every tuesday friday and saturday february through october. It's sold the grand old opry house and Yeah they don't miss those shows man. There was a flood. Cumberland river flooded in two thousand ten. Yeah and It really damage like they had to do a lot of repairs even had to pull out that center circle and that was really damaged and they restored that got it going again and kept that traditional life so one of the things about the amusement park that i was looking up is that it was closed in nineteen ninety-seven and i was reading an article about it where they're saying like it was just a bad decision that this thing was closed. Elliot's this amusement park was lucrative. Basically from the day it was opened to the day it was closed. It made money. It wasn't it wasn't underwater until that flood But it was replaced in ninety seven by a megamall and even in nineteen ninety-seven people new malls. Were starting to go away so that was a really bad move to begin with. And then i found that the person who ran the The company that owned the amusement park also at the same time decided that it would be best for their company to start. Cornering the market online christian music websites during the height of the dot com bubble just before it burst and This is the same person that decided to to shut down. oprey land usa and replace it with the mall so it's not not one of the great decisions of all time but i thought this was super interesting that it was fine. It just was taken away from everybody. Luckily they're still dollywood so don't panic. Yeah i mean dali partners smart. She started playing the grennell happy when she was ten years old. She saw the writing on the wall with oprey land and Said one and i start my own Amusement country music amusement park. And i don't know if that helped drive opry land out of business or i guess you said they were still doing okay but yeah no. It was good. I saw another. There was another article basically said the Opera land made more money than Dollywood its last month in existence. Wow young bad move How old. I was when i we took that trip. That was us going to oprey. Land the grand opera house doing that stuff. That was a quintessential Bryant family vacation in the nineteen seventies. That's awesome your was to see being with people the whole time hopefully see being with people. We probably camped. Because i know he didn't stay in a hotel because i've literally never stayed in a hotel with my family before. Wow yeah dude. I didn't stay in a hotel till i was except for like church trips till i was out of college. You're like tiny shampoo. It was weird like they give you the stuff. It's funny man. I love the chuck bryant saga. You know it's interesting and not too far from years. I think something about growing up in that time period that's We we have some common. Dna yeah i stayed in hotels though we tell well the industry we can't be campers and we were also Didn't have a ton of money in also cheap. I gotcha i gotcha. All the things combined to enter the camp ground. What else you got anything else on. Grand ole opry. I got nothing else. Just check out my w playlist our july first five. Pm central very nice and hopefully this Fattened up the wfan people that get you that backstage.
"ole " Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"And welcome to the podcast. I'm josh clark. There's charles w chuck bryant over there. There's jerry jerome rowland and this is stuff you should know folks. Yeah can i do a little plug right off the beginning to sort of explain why i got this idea. Yeah yeah sure. 'cause this episode is on the grand ole opry in nashville tennessee. The longest running radio broadcast and us history and they sent you a check. No i got An email Chiesa feel like a long time ago from stuff. You should know listener in a movie. Crusher named joseph I'm going to pronounce it ten. L. t. i n. e. l. l. And he is the content and programming director of wm radio. Wow which You'll learn all about that here And he he runs the show and he started a saint. We kind of had some back and forth over the years about me coming to the reimann To see a show. And he's i. I've mentioned on movie crush. He said i can get you backstage. Ever want to come to nashville and go to show at the reimann. And so we been communicating for a long time and then this past year he started What's called the wfan playlist. Which is they. Turn the radio station over to someone for an hour and let them. Dj in program and he offered that to me. And i did it. Wow tell everybody about it. I'm doing right now. i'll win. Is it gonna play it. Is you know you record it. So they can release it whenever so you. You did covers of all the songs that you know. Just dj basically It's an air five. Pm central time. July first night at five pm central on wgn radio home in the grennell. Opry you can find it online at wwl. Radio dot com just hit the listen live button on july first at five. Pm central hear me spinning records from uncle tupelo and bonnie prince billy dolly parton johnny cash I can't remember who else a lot. A lot of great stuff that's awesome. Did you do that thing where you like. You just held the one Like can up to your ear headphones now. I was a little nervous though. And i felt i was a little stiff and loosened up and then send it to him and i was like hey i feel like i didn't do great at first. And he said yeah. You were a little stiff. And he said why. Don't you redo the first column all these radio lingers like ins and outs and the wraps and things like that because you've got to talk about the last song and then the next song and so he let me redo the i kind of set of those now and hopefully. I'm a little more loose. It's always better the second take it is. Willie nelson's in there. I got some good stuff. That's really cool man. Congratulations chuck i feel like you finally made it. You're a member of the grand ole opry. No no we'll talk all about that. That's a whole different deal so we are talking grand ole opry And now. I'm nervous about it because the station manager is going to be listening and they're promoting this too by the way this episode. What was his name. joseph teno. Joseph prepared be disappointed. He's guy i'm sure criticisms he's a stuff you should know listener movie crutcher to of course he's a nice guy he gets. So we're talking. Grand ole opry today And you said something that i find just fascinating that it is. I don't know if you said in the world. But it is the oldest longest running live radio broadcast program in the entire world is been broadcasting. The grand ole opry which is a radio show. A lot of people think it's it's a music venue in it is but really the music. Venue kinda grew out of the radio show. It all began as a radio show All the way back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five so it's coming pretty close to its hundred th anniversary and all that time. It's only missed one saturday night. Broadcast one live. Saturday night broadcast every other saturday night. All the way back to nineteen twenty. Five you tune. Into w nashville. Am six fifty and here. The grand ole opry radio program. Which is i mean. Hats off to that. I don't care if you think. Country western music is as bad as experimental smooth. Jazz doesn't matter. You still have to tip your hat tip that stetson We should tell them why they miss that. One broadcast it was after the assassination of martin luther king the city of nashville. I think most of tennessee probably was under curfew so they had to rerun a program and i think they did a live show the next day or later something during the day earlier that day before curfew i believe they tried to show so they still data show that they just missed the live broadcast that night but all the other ones dating back to nineteen twenty five. They made pretty neat. Yeah i actually went When i was a kid we went to. It was an amusement park called oprey land. Usa which is now. I think sort of a shopping center mall kind of thing But back then it was an amusement park like a country. Years pre dollywood. Oh you went to the opera land. Usa yeah oh wow okay. Yeah and so we also went to the grand ole opry house and i don't know if it was a saturday show and now they do shows on tuesdays fridays and saturdays but i don't remember much about it but i do remember being in that building in seeing the Sort of barn shaped motif sn age. And that's kind of all remember. I was probably no more than six or seven. I don't know what it is but there is nothing more cosy than a within a building. Yeah sure a little bar martinez golovkin. I definitely love the stage for the grand ole opry for sure all right so the grant will operate started out Out of indirectly out of chicago. There was something called the national barn dance which was a radio broadcast out of chicago. Playing country music Way back in the day and it had a really big following but it didn't reach nashville so the former A former dj from their named. George hey went to nashville. Became the station manager at wm and pitched what he called The barn dance. Yeah like national barn dance. But he's like here's the difference. We drop the national. Yeah it was kind of like a proto. Hee-haw yeah in that they had it was a variety show. They had music. They had dancers. They had comedy bits and sketches All with that sort.
Dangerous and Historic Heat Hits the West
"Meanwhile, the US Pacific Northwest home to cities like Portland and Seattle, is in the grip of a deadly heatwave. An area of high pressure, known as a heat dome has sent temperatures soaring in Oregon and Washington state and parts of Canada. And it's all expected to get even hotter. On Monday, Clifford Masses a local meteorologists, This is probably one of the most extreme weather events we've had here and in decades We have this high pressure area that's warming the air, and then we have this easterly flow that's descending down our mountains. As the air sinks down off the high terrain, it gets compressed and warned. And that's going to drive temperatures up. In fact, we're going to be breaking many ole time high temperature records. These are records going back over a century Portland in Oregon, set a new record on Sunday said You're almost is a journalist there. It's really hard. The National Weather Service recorded a temperature of 112 F. That's 44 degrees Celsius. Portland's known for rain and and it's not known for lunch, sunshine. So this is historic, and we've never seen this before. So do people have things like air conditioning? You know most people important don't have air conditioning. And there was a run on air conditioners here very early on this week, and a lot of stores have signs that say no AC no fans. It's becoming more common now. But it's not like Arizona or somewhere else where air conditioning is normal. And I guess houses armed built with the heat in mind. So What kind of problems will this cause for residents? Yeah, You know, the government took a proactive approach, knowing how Portland homes aren't built for the heat, so they opened up cooling centers. They're open 24 hours to people come in. And just like the Oregon Convention Center, People can come and bring their pets and cool down if they don't have a say in their homes. The governor also ease restrictions at theaters, pools and malls so that people can go just be inside of a shopping mall and cool down and they have also waived all the fees and public transportation so that people need to You know, get to a mall or get to a theater. They can ride the train or the bus for
Devastating 'Heat Dome' Keeps Shattering Extreme Temp Records in North America
"US Pacific Northwest home to cities like Portland and Seattle, is in the grip of a deadly heatwave. An area of high pressure, known as a heat dome has sent temperatures soaring in Oregon and Washington state and parts of Canada. And it's all expected to get even hotter. On Monday, Clifford Masses a local meteorologists, This is probably one of the most extreme weather events we've had here and in decades We have this high pressure area that's warming the air, and then we have this easterly flow that's descending down our mountains. As the air sinks down off the high terrain, it gets compressed and warned. And that's going to drive temperatures up. In fact, we're going to be breaking many ole time high temperature records. These are records going back over a century Portland in Oregon, set a new record on Sunday said You're almost is a journalist there. It's really hard. The National Weather Service recorded a temperature of 112 F. That's 44 degrees Celsius. Portland's known for rain and and it's not known for lunch, sunshine. So this is historic, and we've never seen this before. So do people have things like air conditioning? You know most people important don't have air conditioning. And there was a run on air conditioners here very early on this week, and a lot of stores have signs that say no AC no fans. It's becoming more common now. But it's not like Arizona or somewhere else where air conditioning is normal. And I guess houses armed built with the heat in mind. So What kind of problems will this cause for residents? Yeah, You know, the government took a proactive approach, knowing how Portland homes aren't built for the heat, so they opened up cooling centers. They're open 24 hours to people come in. And just like the Oregon Convention Center, People can come and bring their pets and cool down if they don't have a say in their homes. The governor also ease restrictions at theaters, pools and malls so that people can go just be inside of a shopping mall and cool down and they have also waived all the fees and public transportation so that people need to You know, get to a mall or get to a theater. They can ride the train or the bus for
Chrissy Teigens New Apology
"Brutal. New accusations are being fired at chrissy. Teigen right after she apologize for ole tweets and admitted she was a troll amongst other things. Now after weeks of silence chrissy apologize in a letter on medium. She admits her past. Tweets were unacceptable and says she's reaching out to those she hurt. She says i was a troll full. Stop and i'm so sorry after looking at the instagram posts and the letter and everything matches said. Do you think people will forgive chrissy. I don't even know my opinion anymore. Because i've spoken to so many people fish for the show. I'm so turned around to say. I feel like because i really thought about this last night and i didn't even know we were going to talk about it but i figured i feel like chrissy teigen. What she did was completely unacceptable. But i think that chrissy teigen knows what she did was completely unacceptable when i read her message or whatever on medium. I felt like it was really authentic. I felt like she had said i'm going to therapy. I'm doing all the therapy. And i really feel like if somebody who's in therapy prior to going to therapy you have so much that you need to deal with that you don't even realize that you kind of look back at that person and you can no longer relate to the mistakes you've made because you're like i have grown so much. I think that we also just put our celebrities on these pedestals when we don't even realize like these are normal. People from god knows where that are like products of divorce have had their own special promise. That has made them who we are. And we're so used to seeing them with a glam team makeup artist. A hairstyle is the perfect clothes all the time. And they're hilarious and we we've become obsessed with them but we don't realize like this person was just like you and i so the fact that we can just immediately turn on. Somebody's so quickly. I just feel like we have a little bit more compassion. The way she should have had with michael costello and whoever else i think she knows that i just think we with we have unrealistic expectations about celebrities like we think that they're rhodes scholars and they've dedicated their life to the peace corps and like they haven't there in the media
High Temperatures Close Schools, Break Records
"Millions of Americans are sweating in the heat and humidity for many in the northeast it's been days of blistering heat cancer patient the reticence to low in Medford Massachusetts wanted her landlord to turn on the air conditioning I have a hard time very intent and I can breathe and I know I'm going to die some people it's you know please be decent amount of GM thing on so we can have some may have her AC is on now she talked to WCVB TV the National Weather Service is promising a cold front will cool things off in the northeast by tomorrow and especially on Friday but they say it'll stay hot and sticky across parts of the south and central U. S. with highs running maybe fifteen degrees above average or even higher I'm read off Ole
Admiral Brett Giroir Says China Has an Extensive Bioweapons Program
"Well, here's what's weird because this was a guy who was in the room for all these conversations to here's Admiral Brett Dirar. Admiral Gerard was in the room. For these conversations. And Admiral Gerard was on Fox News recently. And he basically said, Listen, I'm free to speak. Now. I don't work for the government anymore, and I'm kind of curious about this whole like Buy a weapon thing. It's kind of a paraphrase of what he said. But Check this out. It is not outrageous to hypothesize. You say that the virus could have been part of an offensive bioweapons program and leaked out accidentally. Well, that seems to be discounted by Dr Collins and other people. I think the most likely explanation is that it was gain of function. Mutation work, it leaked out. But unlike the United States, the United States does not have an offensive biological weapons program. There are multiple open sources of Intel that suggests that China has an extensive biological weapons program. And that is integrated between state laboratories, academia and private industry. So it is not crazy as people, um suggest, like Dr Collins suggested that this could have been part of a bio program. Oh, okay, guys, ladies. This guy Admiral Dirar was in the room. He was on the coronavirus task Force. You think he's just spouting off on Fox? Because he's bored on the weekend. He's sitting around watching episodes of food that built America and he's like, Gosh, have freed Ole stories. Great. I'm really bored. Let me go on Fox and just say they could have had a bioweapons program and it could have been a
Spain Officials Worry About Social Distancing Easing
"Spain's top coronavirus expert this little stern warning to people who are acting as if the pandemic has ended the Simone says until two days ago he would have been able to say the recent downward trend of infections would continue but right now neither he nor anybody else in Spain knows what will happen he says his comments follow scenes of revellers partying in months over the past weekend in many cases without social distancing Ole mas street celebrations for the end of the state of emergency a blanket of national rule that allowed authorities to take strict measures such as travel bans curfews and curbs on social gatherings which collided with fundamental freedoms in Spain I'm Charles last month
ACM Awards Take Place for 2nd Time in a Year
"The academy of country music awards will be handed out on Sunday in Nashville for the second time in less than a year I'm Margie is our letter with a preview when the it feels like it wasn't that long ago that the last ACM awards happen well that's true the last ones were in September because of the corona virus pandemic the ACM's traditionally are in April Marren Morris and Chris Stapleton leads the nominations with six each Mickey Guyton who is co hosting with Keith urban will be the first black woman to host the awards the ceremony will air on CBS from the grand Ole Opry house the Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe in Nashville
"ole " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ole though this vaccine has been record breaking in its development, we're comfortable, very, very comfortable with science We reviewed But not everyone is convinced the big thing that we're seeing. Is that not me first phenomenon, right? A lot of people saying, you know, I'm gonna wait a little bit. Dr. Joe Bettencourt, at Mass General is one of several community leaders trying to get people to trust the science. He and his team use Hugh Tube to share public health messages in different languages that are easy to understand. The videos are aimed at dispelling misinformation that often leaks into community's disproportionately impacted by the virus. A recent Pew Research study found. Seven out of 10 Black Americans know someone who has been hospitalized or died because of the Corona virus, but only 40% say they would get vaccinated. That's compared to 63% of Latinos. And 83% of English speaking Asian Americans that is WBC TVs and a richest Rodriguez at 7 47 heading back to the classroom in Boston. For students with complex needs is going to be happening next week. WBC's Mike Macklin has more on the plan from Mayor Marty Walsh, who spoke about it on Thursday. Wall says the city is planning to open 28 public schools in Boston and bring in additional 1700 high needs students back to the classroom starting next week, But beyond that the focus remains on stopping the spread of the virus. As the nation rolls out of vaccination program wall surging everyone to stay home. This Christmas travel increases the chance of getting covert 19 and spreading covert 19. I know that everyone is tired of living with this virus, but this is not time to let our guard down stakes right now is just too high Wall says He's keeping a close eye on Cove in case numbers, and if they continue to go up, he won't hesitate to roll back the city's reopening. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio had 7 48 the data starting to prove what many health officials were concerned about 2.5 million new covert in 19 infections and the weeks after Thanksgiving. Some states like Arkansas have seen death double since last week. In Massachusetts, a newly reopened field hospital is now admitting more patients than expected. Virginia's governor, trying to flatten the curve by announcing a midnight curfew and Pennsylvania is banning all events with more than 50 people and suspending indoor dining as of tomorrow. And that is a BCS Mona Coaster ob deal with that report, Meantime, at 7 49, European drug makers GlaxoSmithKline and Santa fear, saying their vaccines won't be ready. Until late next year, saying they need to improve its effectiveness and older people. The company's saying today there early stage trials showing the vaccine produced insufficient immune responses in older adults demonstrating they need to refine their product to people of all ages. GlaxoSmithKline is based out of London. Sanofi is based out of Paris at 7 49 in Worcester officials are warning just because a vaccine is close at hand does not mean people can start to let their guard down. Dr. Michael Hirsh at the Worcester Health Department says the vaccine is going to make a big difference in many people's lives. But when you get the bag seen, it doesn't mean you can go back to normal immediately. I don't want to give the false impression that you know you get the shot and.
"ole " Discussed on 710 WOR
"Show on seven ten W. Ole are we have a twelve year old German shepherd named Sophie and he became overweight teen greasy code and why then about four years ago we found out she had several vertebrae together she was unable to walk then hold as though she was going to have to be at nine to do the same he remember so keen darting been done by and he from day one has love no longer stinky he is hi Donna my heels I Russian really recommend that whole not wait until that recommend euthanasia you have to get them on the on a bike ride away while they're healthy going to fight for life you won't be we'll be that's a major changing the world one life at a time my husband is getting great results with his work and he did feel great although there is growing in really interesting he's getting a lot of the new hair which I thought was pretty amazing and as for me I don't seem to have as many flare up and if I do get one it doesn't seem to be a batter lasted long I'm with the mean is because it's about the nature because I haven't changed anything and I'm not doing anything differently we're very happy with the product and looking forward to staying on.
"ole " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Ole ninety four one the boys the Colorado from ABC news I'm Brian for the fight against Australia's bush fires has been deadly at times and now three Americans have been killed in a C. one thirty Hercules firefighting aircraft crash it went down in New South Wales it's impacted heavily with the ground and an initial reports are other there was a large file bowl associated with the impact of the pipeline as it hit the ground that's rural fire service commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons the aircraft contracted from a company in Portland Oregon Chinese authorities a restricted travel into and out of the city of Wuhan in a bid to halt the spread of the corona virus which is sick in the hundreds of people and killed at least seventeen this past year arrived at JFK airport in New York City on one of the last flights to leave will on before the suspension took effect so Pat like in front of me but I'm sure that there they were concerned about it those passengers on arriving flights are being screened one person confirmed to have the illness in the U. S. remains under observation in Washington state in Washington DC Democrats made their case on the first day of the impeachment trial in the Senate ABC's merry Bruce has more from Capitol Hill in the Senate chamber to the democratic prosecutors invoking the words of Alexander Hamilton saying the framers warned against a president like Donald Trump is his object is to throw things into confusion that he might ride this storm and direct the whirlwind Adam Schiff saying the president's push to convince Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden is exactly the kind of scenario the framers feared the former vice president campaigning in Iowa explained why he doesn't plan to participate in the trial or the question of witnesses remains unresolved they're trying to turn the political theater but I want no part of being any part of that check the ministration could announce as soon as today it's removed federal protections for millions of miles of streams and wetlands when it comes to pollution you're listening to ABC news when used time is one oh two in Fremont county a child was struck and killed by a driver of the vehicle in one thousand block of Natalie according to the Fremont county sheriff's office the driver recovered the child and drove to the canyon city fire station seeking assistance the child was taken to the hospital where the child died no name or identity of the child has been made available a suspect was shot and killed at least one Arvada police department officer last night the shooting occurred near west fifty six Avenue and Marshall street can't wait talk to this witness named Billy and describes the scene well I'm sitting out on my desk and the cop pulled up in all good night heard boo boo boo boo boo boo and they had a shoot out and now the embassies here they just the April off the crime scene and all according to the police the suspect was armed authorities have not said what led up to the shooting the suspect's name age and gender have not been released a local high school music teacher has been nominated for a Grammy Award Chris menu is the director of the choral music program at our van a west high school I think that's why the Grammys came up with this award is because most of those people that you see on stage performing were at one point and probably influenced by music teacher and life and so it's it's really humbling that I need to get together every year students nominated him for the music educator Grammy Award he's now top ten finalists chosen out of thirty three hundred.
"ole " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The Ole. ninety four one. the Colorado. from ABC news. I'm Richard cancer following a Taliban bombing in Afghanistan's capital that killed eleven people including the U. S. soldier president trump canceled what word would been secret camp David peace talks with the Taliban and Afghan government what now president trump has long expressed his hope to draw down the number of troops dramatically remember there are fourteen thousand American service members still in Afghanistan that's more than when president trump took office he had hoped to bring out five thousand or so in the wake of a peace agreement but now that the agreement has been scrapped it's unclear if the White House is going to follow through ABC's David Wright secretary of state Mike Pompeii defending the cancellation as an example of trump's tough diplomacy with finally reached a point where we were close we've made real progress and then the Taliban failed to live up to a series of commitments that they had made when that happened president trump said I'm not gonna take that deal I'm not going to work with someone they can't deliver on their commitments Pompeii on ABC's this week broadcast only the top ten democratic presidential hopefuls are being allowed to participate in this coming Thursday is ABC news debate candidates who didn't make the cut say that's unfair Tom Peres is Democratic Party chair we're reaching a point now where voters are differentiating and and that's what it's about and candidates have to demonstrate progress as we get closer and closer to Iowa and New Hampshire new ABC news Washington post poll in fines Joe Biden leading the democratic field with twenty seven percent followed by Bernie Sanders with nineteen percent and Elizabeth Warren at seventeen percent oxycontin manufacture Purdue pharma says it's still negotiating with state attorneys general a day after some said talks and reach an impasse the company is being sued by more than two thousand governments over the toll of opioids if your travel plans today involved British Airways forget about it the airline's pilots launched a forty eight hour strike in a dispute over pay first ever strike by B. A. pilots you're listening to ABC news I'm player let's talk about working hard we all do it yeah reward yourself with an adjustable..
"ole " Discussed on WRKO AM680
"And W. R. K. Ole the voice of Boston deeply in the Middle taken the day off and deservedly so and have a nice time in his stead Michael Harrison here six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight we have had just some interesting conversation during the course of the past two plus hours as we work our way into the third hour of this program about I guess the I guess the hottest topic for a program such as this a news talk radio show the day after the fourth of July has been the brew ha ha that surrounded Donald trump's salute to America and the the complaints and the worry that militarized saying the fourth of July and politicizing of independence day very unamerican things to do and it's going to be the end of western civilization as we know it and nothing happened in a lot of people had a very good time and other military had a little bit of a day in the sun which is always deserves and I think it was a political victory at a political victory when he didn't even do anything political or well I mean everything is political yeah there's a there's a bleed over of politics and everything that has to do with presidents governments and and military and holidays in the birth of a nation I mean how how could not be political and how could of course not be military so I think that a lot of the Democrats and a lot of the the media that have branded themselves as being anti trump just on principle just on principle that that no matter what he does we're gonna find what's wrong with it we're going to resist him no matter what watch at at at all costs we're gonna seek victory at the even at the expense of truth and we're gonna X. we're gonna seek victory at the expense of truth on such an intense level that even when we are telling the truth people will not believe us which is what's happening now now now we're entering the phase of well what really is true because we we we can't trust the motives of those who are the biggest loud mouths in the political arena and that is both the politicians and the media so we we we get a lot of certain now to do we got a lot of sort now to do over the next the few years in this country to get back on to some type of common ground where we have respect for the truth respect for the truth and respect for the presidency and respect for the institutions that we have in this country but also are not afraid to shake things up when they need to be shaken up and also re evaluates social norms that are clearly changing with our changing society and the changing ways in which we communicate this is this is really what's going on at this time and it's a fascinating time to be alive it it I bet you never thought as you were growing up are growing old and and hopefully we have people growing up and growing old in in our audience today but she never thought that things would take this kind of twist in America that this that that that that the issues that we're dealing with today would be happening at this point it some it it's it's almost strange it's almost stranger than a television reality show news of television reality show my goodness but it it really it really is rather rather remarkable of what's going on in the world right now Donald Trump dealt with some pretty heavy duty things we had a similar type of a discussion with him walking into the twenty feet and to North Korea some people said how can the president of the United States suck up to a miserable cold hearted brutal murderous fascistic to radical dictator and don't doesn't he know that he's planning on his ego in the trump is being made a fool out of and the the the north Koreans having just where they want and of course others say what a brilliant piece of performance art what a out of left field approach to somebody that probably his head is spinning not knowing what he's dealing with with this crazy American with this heather to unseen form of American independent politics showmanship and the seat of the pants in two with ten of maneuvering that could change in time based upon the circumstances and the temperature of the playing field in football we call it just minutes and it's so often praised as being genius spoke we saw that happen all in the same week your religious past where it's only Friday it feels I mean this week we've seen gruesome cut wrenching discussion listen to discussion images from the southern border and what's going on there which also now it's starting to become a parent again as the picture clears it's becoming apparent that there is a crisis on the southern border don't say there's no crisis on the southern border whether it's caused by Congress or it's caused by trump trumps insensitivity to families congress' need to play ical football with it at the expense of families it's still a crisis and has to be dealt with so it's and that is something that has been in the national conversation this past week as well not to mention the wrong thing look at the wrong thing there was that again the controversy over the brinksmanship the the poker faced unpredictability of this expressive poker faced and expressive at the same time this president the likes of which we've never seen before St all right send send the planes in wait what's thing consequences hundred fifty dancer drone that's not symmetrical that's not equivalent not gonna kill hundred fifty people over shooting down an unmanned plane let's bring back on now thinks that we're weak they don't think we're weak they're scared do you know what less they're scared to their core they are would you be yeah let's not let's not have such an inferiority complex that people think they're pushing the United States around doesn't appear that way from their point of view so when when it when you look at it from that perspective and you take the unpredictability about how trump plays the game the the book a trump has yet to be written ladies and gentlemen let's just put it that way the book of trump has yet to be written we are way too close to it one way too close to it to let our petty political differences get in the way let's go to let's go to bill in Sudbury bill you're on W. R. K. O. hello good afternoon how are you my friend okay pretty good on the border is you know like one of the issue my name is the centerpiece of its programming the more he tries to all of you skate and blame others the weaker he looks if you so you think his blaming the democratic Congress it makes him look weak not to mention its walls because the Democrats and Republicans in Congress actually didn't pass the border wall when he vetoed it while here yeah yeah the the the if you're bringing up now it you're bringing up a technicality that I don't want to hear about just getting if we go into the weeds of that issue is going to be in a matter of quantity as opposed to quality it's gonna be a matter of how much is too much and too little but basically you are echoing what I did say and that both sides are playing this politically both sides are not seeking a compromise when one when one puts out the hand the other one pulls back the hand and it it it it's clearly is that both sides are seeking some type of victory I do believe though having followed this issue of immigration reform from my day job which is following the issues that are talked about in America I work at talkers magazine and we we follow what what's on the minds of Americans I do have to salute Donald Trump for being vis a big time politician to finally make this a front burner issue when it's been a front burner issue with the people of this country for decades and he made he made it important enough where it's now something is being done about it even if it's not being done well yet it will be done well I thank you for the call all right we're coming up on a break and we're gonna be talking with psychiatrist next and taking your calls as well it's six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight I'm Michael Harrison for V. 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