11 Burst results for "One Hundred Five Minutes"
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Know this fraud but that it really matter you don't. You can't debate the big big tech and big media when out of their way to riggott and i think there's no doubt turtle boy that if they were honest if there were an honest media and it's never been worse than it is now. The election would've turned out differently. I mean we all know about the hunter biden laptop thing that that thing was not going to sway and nobody gives a shit about one hundred five minutes from they want jerry but they do care about corona virus very much so that was the biggest issue and the media like like you said like going after the dominion machines losing strategy. You can't prove them you're not gonna be able to prove that they overturned the election. Whatever but you can point out the fact. I don't do anything you can do about this. Unfortunately the media literally lying in gas lighting. You and making you believe that this is all donald trump's fault making it up like last year around this time they had like trump had all the momentum because black lives matter was doing a favor by burning down every major american cities holes. Were going in our direction. Things were looking up. And then you turn on cnn one day and it's headline story. Donald trump tear gas peaceful protesters to hold bible in front of church and it turns out that was a lie. And it's an every day. It seems like almost every day you have a list of things zone of a new addition to things that people went nuts about the the russian bounties. Remember that it's it's worse than the media getting things wrong. I i think it's the media literally going out of their way to come up with strategizing for a way to give biden issue and say here you go. And the best example of that is when the atlantic magazine made up that story. About trump calling Military guys who fought and died for the country losers and suckers up. Everyone knows sources. He's worth but the job was done. They did their job. They they came up with the store. They lied and handed it to biden and biden surrogates cnn and msnbc and they all ran with it and literally in the debates biden is saying oh this guy called the military people losers. He didn't everyone knows he didn't but it doesn't matter their job was to give some fodder give some ammo. Took their guy. Joe biden and it worked. I mean that's the real corruption the real corruption as in. You're right. Forget the voting machines. Just forget it get to this. Get to how. The media flat out lied about things and yesterday one day one day we had to glaring examples. The hydra klux hundred cleric. When which y- i mean it's on they have the receipts they have the media mocking him meet. Tv doctors mocking him. Saying that doesn't work and now eight ten months later we have a proof it works it saves lives but fao she biden company. Don't care about saving lives. They had to stop the orange man and the same day as you point out. We find out at lafayette park He didn't order order protesters by the way protesters. This was an out of control riot. There was over one hundred cops injured by these. These antiques scum. No not jared. The boston globe said ninety. Three percent of these protests are peaceful because at that time at that time they weren't burning anything in that vicinity therefore not a riot. However if you're anywhere near the capital on january six you are insurrectionist regardless if you're anywhere near you're still in jail. I mean just reading light. Viking man five and a half months later is still in jail. Still in solitary. He didn't break anything. He didn't hit anybody he didn't set anything on fire he his face and he's obviously mentally ill. That's a good employee of the guy who is clearly not all there and just locking them up like he's like some diabolical criminal. When did that become okay. Just say because you. he didn't even really support trump. he's just a lunatic calls himself. The went on shamanee's is face and wears horns and screams and yells. I mean you're right. He's really unstable. How's he going to be like what's he going to be like. After you know six months in solitary forget it. But that's on the same day we find out how to talk. Hydroxy clark went and we found out. The lafayette park thing was a lie again. They have the receipts over and over again. The media said a trump ordered ordered the teargassing of peaceful protesters for a photo op where he walked across the street and held up the bible again allies over again. Would you have gas to and paul more protesters to clear. The parts of the president. Affordable is on washington were peaceful protesters. We have distrust that peaceful protesters outside the white house where teargassed and pushed away so it appears that the president could have a photo yesterday. Alex notes we saw protesters peaceful. Protesters pushed back. The president trump could have that photo op in front of saint. John's episcopal church up next the president and his photo op turned out. They were trying to clear the area to president. Trump could get a photo op. We could go on for four morning. It's amazing they just made it up this thing. That happened before trump did that. Photo up was much much worse that what happened on january six literally one hundred cops injured set to the hospital fires set. They tried to burn down this historic church. I don't think anybody setting the fires on january. Six certainly not Viking man a and the government. I don't i don't know how many rest they were at lafayette park. But i guarantee you. None of the culprits are still in jail. None of them spent a day in solitary confinement. Here's just a partial list turbo. It's it's amazing that this is Is not a bigger deal. But again i have to come to grips. You accept a better than i do that. They're that they're liars that they're corrupt that they're just complete fake news in so many ways. I said that. I learned because when the russian bounty story came out. People were tweet me. You're going to do this. And i said no because it's not true and i decide what the atlanta the atlantic story. Everybody knew wasn't true but quick. Quick partial list of things they claimed in in in helping in their efforts to help biden in her trump. They just made this stuff up trump gas protesters for a photo op. Trump ignored russian bounties on troop trump called soldiers suckers. The lab leak ca theory is a conspiracy Will never be a vaccine by the end of the year. It is not safe to open schools. Hunter biden's new york. Post story is disinformation trump told politicians in georgia do quote find the fraud. The santa's evil and cuomo's doing a great job that's from fao g locking down for fifteen days to slow. The spread.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on This is Only a Test
"Yeah yeah but that's not for a couple more years right your next year. No it's like two more years. It's twenty twenty Christmas seattle a way for so long as it isn't going to be a send up of the star wars holiday special. I mean that's pretty. Good holly special. Re ask me star wars lego hawley special. You mean right. I haven't watched that yet washed it. Is it good is good really. The lego was holiday specials. Really good okay it. It's a place where they're allowed to poke fun at all. The fan memes and and All the maybe plot points that people weren't happy with. I mean there's a whole bit where kylo ren has assured off as lego kylo ren and he's singing bumped up on And there's a whole pun about his apps. Yeah it's worth watching this blade. The movie shang cheese or refinish wrap shooting eternal was coming out doctor. Strange multi multi madness. They didn't mention man at all but the big marvel movie news. That drop was that they are. They have confirmed fantastic. Four is in the works and will be directed by john. Watts directed spend around far from home in homecoming and Presumably new spider man film. But they haven't really talked much about yet but fantastic for the first family of marvel. Yeah noticing once again. No date announced either. So john krasinski and emily blunt is that i mean. That's i think are are are salivating right now. Like this is the thing as fans we can latch onto these photos shops and the fan petitions. And all these things and be vocal about our dream castings actors are the business people like these are. These are jobs. this is their career. The profession and their agents are looking at this stuff and taking screen shots of all the tweets and the retweets of and using that as negotiation bargaining power to get their their clients. The actors these gigs. And that's i'm sure that's happening right now. I think be great for shock. Quincy do it and emily to do it. I think you know the the story goes. She had an opportunity to be black widow Before they made ironman too but turned it down to make. The jack. Black gulliver's travels movie. Oops that's why an and so this you know. And she's done the serious more action heavy roles like in tom. Cruise movie Live tomorrow tomorrow. All you need is kill whatever you wanna call it So i think she'd be great as sue storm Still make an origin story. I needed to be an origin story. I like gordon. Have you can tell the origin of flashback. But i think were password decades past the time where things audience needs to see the origin on screen. They can read a book a pedia. They can read entertainment weekly article. That will give you the sidebar about who these characters are. It's tell a good story. Use those ninety five one hundred five minutes of film time to give me give something more fully developed. That's my pitch pixar disney animation. A ryan the last dragon announced that it would go the way of mood. Lawn with a disney plus premier passing the. Pay thirty bucks to watch that very interesting. They're doing that. Where a soul from pixar is going free for everyone disney.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Back of their. You know they're monitored checking behind them. I'm sorry of their up later. Decay of i had to fuss at them and get them to move the table away. They're entering out from the wall so that we could get behind in mind them and even still just a little fourteen inch screen. So it's it's almost impossible with dimmer in numbers are actually entering. It's also challenging to get. Somebody has non-political or not. You know not partisan light like yourself. Yeah i don't. I don't find you. Partisan at all ossoff one against tampa. I don't. I don't know if i've ever met anybody as nonpartisan as you for everybody else. It seems like the people who are advocates. And you are political would seek out those positions which would then in turn make the potential for fraud higher so seems so difficult to counterbalance that like. You have a repair republican democrat. I i don't know just so garland's trying to watch. The watchers watchers aren't really watching advocated by d. advocating indeed you kind of hit the nail on the head there because there is you know some closure concerned about that. I'll give you an example. The the guy who was heading the ballot the ballot processing in state farm arena wa- four fulton. County is a longtime fulton to county employees. But his son happened to do contract work for the atlanta mayor. Kisha lance bottles. So what kind of collisions. That you might have seen that story. I hadn't seen that do those start before she was even even took office. There was that scandal of giving campaign workers jobs at the airport for things they could not do. So the idea of giving out jobs and whatever to reward people who already an established accusation with some evidence fashion at a reputation to maintain for of to see him reads the level of corruption. The best yes. The superlatives in georgia go backwards. Like i remember. We first started talking. Garland's you pointed out that in a countrywide survey georgia had placed near the bottom for election. Integra actually it was on the bottom. Wow that was two thousand and four and they made no improvements us up for the next fifty years ago. Yeah relate to last intellectual integrity in georgia and georgia happens to be the center of republican governors around various. You right now yeah. That's that's right. Been clear they bought the new system but it turns out they spent. I already a couple of hundred million dollars of taxpayer money. But the system really has all the same flaws as we all want it. It's he doesn't produce verifiable auditable or recount capable resolves even though it has a paper trail you know. You can't verify votes because the votes that are accumulated. Actually a bar code that you can't read it doesn't for trial is generated by the machine. Drudge actually discussed this in-depth in our shows on wsb with you. And i think we should re post those pink because the problems that you see coming now in this most important group of elections were totally anticipated. And we kind of try to full court press on this because we wanted to stop it in time and they're there just wasn't your arguments that it was not only less effective but more expensive than the alternatives. Have you road in garland. Really bad also went unanswered. There was crickets on that one too. If i recall cracks to the weren't credited with a bar code at all the names of printed up with tobacco so but if you if you if you if you voted for donald trump you don't know whether the bar code has donald trump retry. The i see what you're saying. Yeah so so. We don't know what's being fed into. The computer is what you're saying right. And that's the and that's what's accumulated so and we argued with them. All my gosh hundreds of people at the legislature and divergences commission and in fact. We even made publish recommended recommendations for voter today and retail adult. Bah that kind of a system. But they know they bought it anyway and then they decided that for recounts. They're gonna re scan the barcode. That's interesting you say that. Hold up and just see. Article from the archives from november twenty nine hundred says dominion one georgia's one hundred seven million dollar elections contract this summer because it was the lowest bidder. Not because not not because it was the best. According to the score sheets from six evaluators and one of the lobbyists for many that dominated dominion to get to get them to get. The contract is a guy named. Jared thomas who was a former campaign manager. An election staffer for brian kemp. That's a good connection. And now you mentioned a good point there so what they did they. They did law. The contract for about one hundred five minutes is compared to white meat. Hundred and fifty million what it should have been but what they did was they back loaded all the expenses into ongoing expenses onto the county so they got their fifty million bucks or forty five million or whatever it was gonna be but what they did was. They spread it onto the counties across ongoing maintenance expensive for licensing maintenance and so on for the next ten years and that's where they're recovering the money for their initial purchase price which was basically a little bit lower. I have a question it's going back. You said earlier was a friend of mine in decapa baby said that she could actually see her votes for presidential vote on the piece of paper that she had her hand that was printed out by the machine. And that now. You have some if i understood that correctly but that she was worried because when she handed it in the person who collected it could also see had the exact same concern. He said yes actually said. Don't look at my vote and the guy got mad at him so not looking at your vote right Well well the way it's supposed to work. Is that the voters supposed to scan that. He's paper into the scanner and watch the scanner. Go up by one count now. That did not happen. Yeah my friend did not use the machine so the guy came over and did for us. Away okay. I see acid now. What they can do what they should have done. An exercise is that he should have covered. It was a black piece of paper. And then just stick out the edge and lady land and let the Exactly right let the let it grab when so. That's.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Baskets that the clippers beat the bucks. I. I'm my my. Worry about that. Kathy shirts for him are temper. Because the fact, yes, I know he will probably play with abroad at some point in time. But? He has been out the league two years I. Have to see first before we can go ahead and say you know. He's definitively going to be a part of this rotation. The Guy has been out of league two years. He's pushing thirty five guards at thirty. Five are not exactly the same as how we've seen. Taller players larger players at in the NBA been able to go ahead survive once you lose your speed. That's it Jr's going to be another loser shot. He's got to be open to get that shot in. The Lakers have to have enough confidence. With the Lakers, that's the problem when you got Lebron AD, there are lots open shots man. Oh, I'm hoping that that's the case I mean. We haven't seen it for Markeith Morris yet. You only twenty one shots in eight games. He's still shooting, thirty eight and a half percent for the season. From the field. Matt his case from the field I mean yeah. I understand three point range. Yeah, but that's again his. Yet, he's still trying to get in the mix when he was on the team. You only got to play like you said a few games with the Lakers. He did not perform well, but it's still like I said now you have this training camp and the scrimmages and the eight games to get ready to go ahead and get in the flow, and to get dion waiters to see if he can do something for you off the bench, and can become a playmaker I know speaking to Rafia borrow from NBA draft junkies about this, and he was right He. He say stated Dad. It's best if he does not play in the same time with a Braun because there, he's also a playmaker. If, you play if he comes off the bench and the minutes Lebron is off. That might suit him better, so you might get ten to fifteen minutes of dion waiters, which is good and that's what I'm talking about. With these three new players I'm not asking for them to come in and give you thirty minutes a game I'm asking for them if they. Earner for him. I can get ten to fifteen. And that's all. Fifteen when you look if you if you look at the math, the math is pretty daunting I mean there's two hundred forty minutes in the game to be played by Laker Blair's. Lebron and eighty both average thirty four minutes a game in the regular season in forty minutes game in the playoffs. Start Start Right there, so you're gonNA. Take that to forty and you're gonNA drop it down. To one sixty eggs are both gonna play forty minutes then. You've got Casey. P Casey P averages twenty five minutes, so you're hundred and sixty now is down one hundred five minutes. Danny Green. Average is twenty five minutes so you're now down to eighty minutes leftover And, you still haven't counted for Rondo. Getting submits Dwight if he's getting minutes Javagal getting his minutes. Morris getting his minutes and Morris who's GonNa get his minute forgotten Caruso man. Oh annonymous so to Caruso. So you go down the line I, think what's going to happen with the Lakers. This like you alluded to a little earlier. There's going to be some deep years. You're going to be different matchups. According to the different teams that we play in the playoffs in the series in some guys may not see money minutes in a series I mean. It's just like you said with Howard. Howard didn't see many minutes in the last two games against the. Box in the clippers It was Morris. Who got a lot of minutes in those games? Because we needed the shooting to spread and stretch floor, and even though he wasn't hitting, he still has that gravity when he's out there beyond the ARC shooting thirty nine percent of the season You'RE GONNA, YOU'RE GONNA. Create spacing for Lebron Eighty to attack the rim, and that's basically what we have to do at times, but they're going to be other series where jail and Howard can dominate you know defensively on themes, and we don't have the need. We don't need this the spacing as much as we might. Against teams like the bucks and Clippers who do drop coverage on almost everything and. Dare you to shoot as outside shots. So, there's you're going to see a lot of variation. I think in who gets the plane as well as the hot hand. You know Vogel's always been a good coach. In the sense of when somebody's got the hot hand. He leaves them in there and advantage of that, and that's one of the things. I Love About His coaching style it. He's not afraid to the stick with A. A guy who maybe over is located minutes, but he's been shooting the ball really well. One of the things that the three new players really added more than anything else shooting all you know you're talking about three guys who basically all are capable of being the best shooter in a game and being a difference maker from long range, and those are what you need. That's the formula. Lebron is as found success within his entire career and we need to continue to follow that. So it's GonNa be interesting as we go through these we scrimmages. I think we're GONNA. See A lot of the new players in scrimmages. We'll see they're going to see whether. Dion still got anything whether JR can still shoot. And how well? How well can marquis? Continue to fit in as the backup. Behind. Things if he can give you that kind of productivity that I hope. When I originally made that trade request longtime ago, which had they done would've done a lot. In Hell of a trade, but that was a hell of a trade proposed. Love the other kid from Detroit Christian. Too late now you. Had the chance the Lakers had the chance back in January when he wasn't playing as much, but yeah, now he's ready for some chunk of change. If you get my drift for in free agency, or if he stays with Detroit and then you would have had. Derrick rose on top at it relatively cheap. Trade and it'll. It'll be interesting to see what happens this off season. You know we've talked before. Earlier Bod guests about? How the. The entire apple cart has just been upset terrifically by the corona virus, thing and all of the finances. Financial Outlook with the players and for the League. Are Really unknown, and that's something we need to talk about more because there's been more issue's Landry Shamet of the clippers just tested positive for for Corona virus. You also have more players that are deciding not to go to Orlando. Milwaukee their practice facility has been shut down due to some issues with the coronavirus. Although for them, it's not as drastic because it's close enough to the time..
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"S. attorney here in New York Geoffrey Berman as Berman investigates Rudy Giuliani and other people close to Donald Trump Hey Jonathan always great to have you welcome back to W. NYC good morning Brian great to be with you you know I thought in the clip that we played that Reverend barber put very well how the police killing of George Floyd intersected with the coronavirus disparities to set off the new movement that's going on have you also thought about that intersection yes and actually I also interviewed Reverend Barbour back in April I think it was about this upcoming about the upcoming March but also about the virus and he said in that interview that pandemic have a way of widening fissures that already exist in societies and when we did this interview is right at the height of the nation talking about the disparities in the death rates even with the coronavirus with African Americans people of color bearing the brunt of the impact of the coronavirus in so for Reverend Barbour he is already pre disposed to being the patterns in the intersection now the of what is happening in the country I have heard the rat there is the Reverend talked many times even before the pandemic about things that are intersecting and so in the column that I wrote I made a point of highlighting the maps that he brings along and shows to audiences when talking about these intersections the intersection so he will show you a map of poverty and then help overlap it with a map of the states that haven't expanded Medicaid and hell overlap that with a map of states with voter suppression laws and then hell overlap that with a map of states that lack LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws in hell overlap that with women poverty rates children poverty rates and what ends up happening is that you see that a lot of the state that seems to be a limiting the potential of the people to the to live to work have access to the ballot box that they're by and large the scene state and so he shows these maps to try to galvanize people to get them to move into action to get them to the ballot box and just sort of saying to them you if you go vote you can change it the people who represent you and therefore you will be able to then change the trajectory of the maps that I've just shown you and listeners I recommend highly that you go look at Jonathan Cape parts column from the other day still his most recent column up on The Washington Post site won't look at it online probably almost none of you have the print edition of The Washington Post anyway but if you look at it online you will see all those amazing graphics those maps that Jonathan was just talking about and how visually they tell the story of our country right now so they were gonna originally have this book big poor people's assembly in person in DC but obviously not now with the virus so they made a virtual event I did not get to watch any of it myself online but they did claim one point two million viewers did you get a chance to see some of it and I also Brian did not get a chance to to see any of the any of the virtual March but I would suspect because they've been planning this for a long time originally was meant to be live and in person in Washington they had already begun the planning and then the pandemic hit and they turned on a dime to switch it to a virtual gathering which I think gave them enough time to get the word out on multiple platforms so that they could as they're saying through faith through Facebook they to get one point two million people no reverence barber and Theoharis is co chair of the both the March and the poor people's campaign generally have such a broad view of the change that needs to take place people who heard our interview with him the week before last heard him lay out five big policy areas that intersect with each other and that he focuses on and it's so much more than police policy which of course is center stage right now I guess my question for you on this is do you think this moment can lead to a multi faceted change that really reduces structural racism and structural inequality in the economic and public health and education in other spheres because sometimes when all the issues seem to be on the table of wines it's hard to get policy makers to focus on enough things that is that is true but I think what we are facing here is that all of these things are happening in a in a presidential election year when you have a sitting president who is doing everything he can it seems to pour gasoline on that the the fissures in society and not trying to heal and bring bring people together which is the traditional role of a of a chief executive of the person sitting in the oval office and so I think that is also what is fueling the energy behind all of these all of the protests all of the concerns I think people have been awakened to the fact that voting does indeed matter who elections matter and that who is sitting in the White House sitting in the house or the Senate sitting in your state legislature your local government those those people matter to what happens to your life at the federal level and at the local level and so while I agree with you we've been through this before where we have seen people being energized and active and hopeful and then time goes along and then things don't change as much as people would like them to do I think we are in a different we're in a different moment now in the country and I think we will see come up lection date in November weather the president wins a second term in which case that will be all of their other issue about who we are as a country but if indeed vice president Biden does end up being elected president in November that will present a new set of challenges for that administration but those are challenges that I think the country would would galvanize behind would rally behind and certainly push a new president in in a more progressive progressive direction but that's what the but that's what the country is asking for right now so to that point and my guest is Jonathan Capehart Washington post columnist did you watch that the rally on Saturday night we're only six thousand people showed up in Tulsa for nineteen thousand seat arena and they had to cancel the president's speech to the outdoor overflow crowd because there was no outdoor overflow crowd I'm sad to admit I miss the poor people's campaign but I watched all one hundred five minutes of president trump's Tulsa rally and I should have known that something that something was up in terms of crowd size because I've been watching on C. six fifty about about maybe thirty minutes before and could see that there was lots of empty space on the floor of the arena in the end Brian anyone who wants that that rally on television on Saturday night sob.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on Paul Allen
"Ain't trying to be negative just trying to tie trying to tie some things together with that. Oh five and this is. This is not you know. The shutdown central park pandemic purge version of surreal sports which had legs for probably three minutes in the ten weeks of the purge. Wouldn't you say surreal smarts? Yes a real sports into week. Number one of the shutdown. All right what are we GONNA do. We got the draft. You know but how about You know that Timber Wolves Sacramento Kings game seven where I was three rows behind Josh Mel. Like two thousand three. Yeah watching pasia Stink Kaka Vich. That was an old. Pa Do bay nickname. Because a flip. Saunders God rest his soul when he would he would join the radio show frequently And I would ask him about Sacramento Kings sharp shooter. Page a story Jackovitch He always would and then like what what makes store. Jaka vich difficult to handle and I think when I asked him that right around. That time he said first and foremost is body odor and he he he may be doing it purposely that it makes him difficult to guard and I'm like his lot is body odor so thus the nickname pasia stink of. It emerged nine to noon. Well that is the key to social. Distancing isn't real sports about the legs that for a second with the production and the writing and I uploaded a video game seven the show page our I. It's The the best laid plans right. I mean the surreal nature of the playoff game at the college stadium. Yeah and and Captain Monir Lynn. Trying to hit Russell Wilson. Who is one of the slippery EST quarterbacks in the history of the NFL has fallen? The ball monitor drive to hit him as the ball lay on the dirk. And he he misses him. And Wilson picks it up rambles to the right throws down the Field Tyler. Lockett or curse for like thirty yards and Tyler Lockett. Yeah and it was surreal. I mean that whole thing was surreal Another another surreal. Sports idea that had legs for two seconds. We never got to probably won't and I don't even exactly remember what led into it. I'm pretty sure it was a fight or like a near fight. But when Patino team had to play Alabama five on three. Yeah Wasn't Colin Sexton one of those kids. Yeah what was it five on three to five on four and then we like barely win. It was five on three. I think sexton went off and we only one by maybe ten or eight or something like that. Yeah Yeah and then and then it. Somebody said after the game. I think paraphrasing just also surreal. Sports that yeah but you never practice against five on three so he did say that. I'm like well. We won the game so he got to the winter circle. And that's really all that matters but we never practice five on three with all due respect to whom ever said it. Here's the deal. They the the guard who keep scoring all the points. He's going to be a first round pick in the NBA. Put Free guys on him. Yeah and let the other elves float and hope they mess or or single up on them. You know what I mean. And like I mean that was surreal sports absolutely in two thousand five for the Minnesota Vikings Down Memory Lane. We GO A. Don't mock surreal sports that why because if it's a month from now and we're still pondering while the NHL is talking about final locations for expanding their season Major League baseball. Still trying to get through the Players Association and the NBA and playoff format and whatever. Yeah Surreal sports back in just back burner for now. Don't completely eliminate it from the thought process. I don't know if the the two thousand five Viking season would be defined for me I wouldn't define it as surreal. I mean you can you can read all about including the the behind the scenes. Non Obvious at KFI AM DOT com. The Paul Allen Show page that includes a man who who? I've chatted with him a while old school. Pa AND DO BAY. Devotees will remember every Monday We would have during the season and along gated interview with offensive line. Coach Steve Loaning and and we did that for for several years for two or three years. In of Steve. One of the nicest kindest most thoughtful people. I've met him Pro Sports. It was an offensive line coach. That there's a part of the stories from the skull and five about loney being thrust into an offensive coordinator role. And why and the team not scoring offensive touchdown for the first two weeks of the season. And I'm not kidding you. It's after the second game of the season the first road game the the Cincinnati Bengals just absolutely ran roughshod on the Minnesota Vikings. And I believe Zimmer was the defensive coordinator for the Bengals at that time in five I believe so maybe we'll still in Dallas as a matter But nevertheless that was a game off a week of practice. Where you know with with these pre game interviews that I do with these head. Coaches including Mike Zimmer. Now where we tape that a day or two in front of the Sunday boom at noon. You'll hear it on the Vikings Radio Network right in front of the game. Well back then with Hagan Hagan Mother Hen leadership and me having a good relationship with Thais we would do those interviews the pre-game interviews right in front of the game on Kfi am Vikings Radio Network. I would meet Hagen and Thais by the visitor or by the locker room visit or home about one hundred or one hundred five minutes in front of the game and we would walk out by a goalpost with the band's just starting to just starting to enter facilities and enter buildings and we will do the interview there well before the Cincinnati game. I can't remember every word or every specific but you know Mike Mike and Coach offense and Mike as an offensive line coach or eventually an offensive coordinator. Mike knows offense and he worked with Brian Billick and he worked with Dennis Green. Mike knows offense and of story but Loni Loni do to surreal circumstances. He was the offensive coordinator. Mike had a big hand in the offense a while being the head coach and so they work all training camp. They played the first game to get a defensive touchdown they lose at home then they go to Cincinnati after a week of practice where Thais was convinced in the Cincinnati game. Wait till you see this offense specifically against this specific Cincinnati defense. I don't have the score in front of me. Wait we might have scored three points. I mean it was the the offense. It was a disaster that that's the only way to put it. The the two thousand five calendar year had unqualified disaster to it and then as shared on the show page. Kfi Am Dot Com allowance. Show page. It's one of the satter moments that I've seen in my eighteen years calling games for this team. It was just it was just it just talked at the heart because Loni never wanted to be the offensive coordinator and quite honestly with all due. Respect never should have been the offensive coordinator mccombs was selling the team so off the Oh four when Scott Lynn. Eoghan his deal was up and Lenihan wanted to stay here and keep his family and Chan. Hasson and his kids had a bunch of friends at school and stuff like that starting to play sports together. Scott wanted to stay here badly really loved it here but mccombs would not pay him what was required for an offensive coordinator a reputable requisite pay for an offensive coordinator because red was selling the team so now for selling the team. I'm not saying that there was a stage after row. Four where it's like why. Why ARE THEY CLEANING? These floors with water allred said we can't use wax. We got to save money. It ain't like that but it was. Kinda like that does not completely like that. Yeah so Lenihan off the Oh four or the I mean Dante was nearly the. Mvp Ano- four and they WANNA play off game and Lynn. Eoghan was in his fourth year. Coordinating offense in the NFL. After Thais gave him a shot coming from Louisville. So Red's not GONNA pay skop. Okay my tip and Scott got pissed off Nick Saban's in his first year with Miami he senses or He he senses the Cliche Blood in the water or whatever and Higher Scott Eight hundred grand. I believe was what he got his first year. Don't know what the average was but it was eight hundred K for the offensive coordinator. Interestingly Scott is now the offensive coordinator I believe for Lsu. And I think he got the same amount light light like eight hundred K for for his first year at Lsu so there goes Scott gave there goes Scott of just a fantastic offensive mine. Unbelievably competitive and getting better season by season. Dante's four so good. Yeah and so there goes Scott. Okay well WHO's knocked? Well Somebody Mike. Somebody from within his next. Why can't be head coach coordinator? Okay well what are we going to do? Or WE'RE GOING TO HIRE STEVE LOANING WE'RE GONNA were. We'RE GONNA use Steve Loney who is an incredibly while respected offense blanco cheese going to be the coordinator so loan dog is. They called him in the business. He was the offensive coordinator oper. It'd be great if I was listening right now. Because he was the linebackers coach during Oliver's so they go to Cincinnati and the can't score a touchdown an offensive touchdown entices convinced bone this week. It all clicked. That came together. And I don't know the final score that gay Ma'am that might have been thirty eight three something like that. Cincinnati yeah the Cincinnati game. Week to your thirty seven to eight thirty seven eight. Yeah they did. Yeah they got a touchdown with three minutes left in the game. Dante may have run one end up like three minutes left. Gave I got a touchdown and next to the buses Before we departed for the airport to get screened and fly home Steve Loney. I'm not gonNA say that that. He was balling or sobbing but he was so overcome by emotion that it just wasn't working the teams. Oh and two it's not -tunities to be an offensive coordinator then Vice President of Football Operations Rob Brzezinski. Okay now again. General Manager why? No general manager read selling the team so Brzezinski is the vice president of football operations. I mean this with all due respect. It was like yesterday when we had Kevin Warren on Kevin Warren's first full year was oh five okay. He worked with the wealth's beginning January. Oh five to buy this team. How so. Therefore the will skip the team Kevin's in the mix but it's all still. It's just very new for everybody. And the wealth's officially were announced as owners of the team late. May while all of the offensive coordinators that you would pay eight hundred K. A million or whatever I think they're all gone for whatever the reason into the five we're going to roll with the piece antisemitic coach and so all of that and and Brzezinski and Loni next to the buses after that Cincinnati game. They must have embraced for a minute. I mean with Brzezinski on unbelievably. Kind man. He he's the the the master mixer. Money Magician now. I mean He. He's he's the Kapala just like the most well respected me and about. He might have been running football operations at that time. I think he was and this is all five and they must have embraced for close to a minute and I felt so bad for for Steve. Yeah Rob was super kind too. But that's just that that's part of the o five where there was just so much just just never stopped the the saving grace and the silver lining during all of this and it can't be disputed. I mean I looked it up and researched it. Sinkhole speculating for about fifteen minutes On Sunday before sending the story to Khan and Khan dropped it as the kids would say are posted it on the show page before the classic game at one o'clock Sunday the the wealth's are the greatest owners in the history of Minnesota Vikings football. And there's so much more that goes into it than just giving like say you know. Cousins is the quarterback. You have to have given him the deal. He needs to come here. There's a lot of that giving deals and pain. People have never been a problem. For the wealth's the money that they have given extravagantly off the field to benefit and help others specifically during the pandemic Purge Barry Noteworthy twincities orthopedics.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast
"Are recording and are here. It's very exciting this beautiful day. which is unusual wool sun is shining? What is that? We only have one one son here on Earth as opposed to the three sons on star wars planets explained that everybody yes. I don't know if you knew knew that we have one son and sometimes here we live. We don't even see the Sun No. It's their clouds but we are very excited today to talk about all the things that have happened over the past week specifically with the rise of the resistance opening this is going to be a completely rise centered episode and and spoiler free spoiler freight well spoiler oiler chimney completely spoiler for we should we will. We'll try to be spoiler free And what we mean by that is we will not go into detail the certain parts of the ride and if we do happen to talk about that we will issue a spoiler warning so you have been warned. Most of this is going to cover the the specs of the ride. The opening opening day the the opening ceremonies before reactions Just kind of kind of generic stuff but but interesting stuff and we have one news clip at the very end of the episode. That has nothing to do with rise of the resistance. So if you're fans of Carousel of progress we have a rather wacky news clip to share with you so so make sure that you stick around to the very end of the episode. So let's get right down to it. Patrick rise. The resistance opened officially on December fifth. However the day before they had a special launch ceremony right in galaxies? was there well. I'm so happy that you ask because Disney parks experiences and products chairman. Bob Shaye pack was there and he was there to applaud what to applaud background. Clap you know. He was there to celebrate the rides. More immersive storytelling. He saying that this is going to set a brand new bar for what seemed parks can offer and it was very short compared to the opening ceremony for galaxies. This was maybe fifteen minutes. It's maybe at best. They had over thirty cast members. They're in full costumes. And one of the biggest things people took away from the night was they had these really special oh x wing droids flying around the park that people were taking videos of and they look awesome They also had a couple of celebrities there on hand to either be at the ceremony or to just be there to ride the ride and experience it they had. Neil Patrick Harris who was also there to narrate the candlelight processional they the Josh Gad. Megan Fox John stamos Damon John. They all got exclusive sneak. peeks how do you think that happened I mean do you think these are people that like call Disney be like I want to be there that day or do you think Disney out to them. I think it's the second one I think it's the latter. Why would Disney reach? John stamos. Why not well he was just in the Little Mermaid live? He was chef lieu. They had a tie in there. Maybe maybe he mentioned at the Rehearsals for Little Mermaid that he really wanted to come see galaxies edger he. You haven't gotten a chance to go yet and they're like come on down you'll be Josh. Gad Actually also appeared a special appearance at frozen ever after around the same time He. He sang in summer for that crowd. Health really be. That's like my bucket list. It's my new bucket. Lists for Disney is is to be there. When a celebrity like interrupts arrived like Johnny? Depp has it has been noted that for pirates in California yes and then Josh Gad. Obviously did this one. So who would you like to see on a ride celebrity. That is involved with the movie. Honestly that's an easy one for me. Tom Hanks I was. I was just thinking the same thing. Yep Tom Hanks anywhere anywhere any park any mall. Oh anywhere I want to see Tom. Hanks equal if Tom Hanks woody costume one day no I would just fall down to my knees in worship the door. The man absolutely I think he would be someone someone to grab coffee with. Oh my gosh you'd be so fascinating talked to and he has a great movie out right now even seen it yet but I want to. We had to make a choice over thanksgiving. Thanks giving whether we were going to go see the Mr Rogers or frozen too and I lost. We saw frozen too and there was a nice little old lady who sat down next to me. Who's turned to me and said are you hear with your children and I said No? I'm here with my wife and her parents you you. You're not here here with children. I said No. I'm not children. She goes you wanted to be here yet. I wanted to be here. She goes my husband. Wouldn't come to this so well. Your husband sounds awful. That's what I said. I'd like a great relationship. Great surreally long story as I say we really detoured off our rise the resistance track the All star. Trek are worse start. Oh Oh my gosh. There's there's there's that for you. Oh boy to go back and bleep out later so at the current time rise the resistance is not offering fastest does not come as a surprise because smugglers run does not currently offer it either However rise resistance does have a fast pass Q. and A. Standby Queue so it looks like in the future they? We'll be offering fast pass obviously tier one and I'm sure that when they do switch it tier one that that will upset the entire tearing system again Hollywood's if they're going continue are they going to continue virtual tour. Well we'll get to that in a second because we haven't spoken about that just quite yet. They are currently offering There is no single writer at this moment. There's no single writer line either. To see you must be forty inches tall to ride and then a lot of Parker's notice that they had signs up. You must be in good health without any high blood pressure heart back or neck issues to ride motion sickness or other conditions may occur if you have a sensitivity to rapid motion sudden turns abrupt stops and swift drop with trump. That was your nickname college When you think about writing the ride with either a scooter or a wheelchair these this can both experienced the attraction right up until boarding the ride vehicle and then you have to transfer if you're unable to transfer from one of those things you can still enjoy the in-kyu but then right before the ride portion because there's a as as you imagine there's different rooms to walk walk through but once you get to the actual ride portion you? You must then exit the ride so a lot of people are saying. They're actually very happy with this. Because people that can enjoy fast rides they can enjoy most of this attraction which is which is a great move on now as you were talking just now. I decided Google current. Wait Times for Hollywood studio and Adam posted. Well This this website that I'm on Last posted eleven twenty seven today at Sunday eleven. Twenty seven hundred which was about two hours ago so The Rock and roller coasters. Ninety five minutes Millennium Falcon Smuggler's run sixty minutes. It's slinky dog dash one hundred five minutes and I scroll down to Toy Story Mania Sixty minutes and then I get to star wars rise the resistance since closed. Its down or or it could be that it's full. It's full which we're GONNA talk about in a second ones we get to the actual again. Patrick we will get there in a second. I know you're excited to rise for this resistance. Anyway some ride specs for you. It is a eighteen to twenty any minute ride with walk through waiting areas. So That's not a twenty minute ride per se but it is a twenty minute experience. There you go there is you can ride died. Eight people to a car and there's two rows of four per car and this is an interesting fact it it features the largest concrete. Pour you're in the history of Disney parks. The largest. I can imagine what seeing that's for I mean it's no surprise. I'm sure it's the scene with however we watched video in the fall of them pouring concrete for epcot gardens hardy and that seemed like a cage. Ton Hon of Congress is the biggest. That seems unbelievable. maybe it's the largest poor for like one room. Maybe maybe that's the difference. I don't know technology wise the ride features more than five million lines of code. That is used for choreography. For Pixel props robots sound effects and simulators. They use sixty five animatronic figures and three high end animatronic. It's using the Disney a one thousand audio animatronic technology. This is the same technology that you would see in Hannukah in smuggler's run The imagineering team for this ride developed special effects including an apparatus for generating an illusion of moving beam of light in the air. which if you've seen the ride promo videos you know exactly what we're talking about? And of course one last thing is that this is a track list ride system that quickly morphs into a simulator. Very cool yeah. So looking forward to the actual morning of December fifth. We were talking about this last time on the show Speculating what time people would line up. What time the park would open? What time or how long the wait time would eventually be? So I. I found out that fans lined up as early as you want to guess two aunts who am aw really good Thursday morning and let's see here Disney parks. Blog confirmed that the morning of this is the very morning they were going to use the boarding group system to manage rise the resistance opening this is something they used when galaxies opened for the land for the actual land in it. Just yeah just to get in. So they they use this again for rise. Which means that? If you're not familiar with this system you have to go onto the APP. You have to go to a specific exception and click join a boarding group and then once you're boarding group is called. You are allowed to enter. Were wherever they're queuing for the land. You were allowed to enter the land for the ride. You were allowed to come get in line. And because the demand for the land was so high they actually had that in place so that at certain so that they wouldn't get too crowded correct and and then they had time limits. Like you could only be there from four to seven or two to three or whatever it was so this is interesting by ten. Am Now mind and you. It opened at eight. Am Right in line to to answer. They're waiting for six hours. Plus it opened a little bit early but by ten. Am All boarding. Groups were were delivered for the day. which meant that if you were not assigned a boarding group? By that time you were out of luck for the entire day. The whole day up through park close was done so you'd there was no like. Hey let's go stand in line for four four six hours. It was. It was none of that word in the the virtual queue. You were done. Oh you're done. Yeah if you had not been given a boarding group you were done. This sounds a lot like hagrid opening day. Because at one point they put a sign that said the Haggard is no longer you know taking more people in the line because the line was so long and they they have to think about park closure and and getting people out just as they were concerned about getting people in so yeah So when you're in your boarding group you have a two hour window to go get in line for the ride. So let's I'd say a lot of people are saying that. Oh we went and got our boarding group and then we weed left and went to epcot or something else. We went and got breakfast. Which is nice because then you know like you're not in any danger of commissioner and you're not standing? Excuse me and you're not standing in line for hours and hours and hours you your your plays a set and you're moving through the Q.. Hugh and yeah so I mean you realistically could go to Hollywood studios get a boarding group. Then go have breakfast somewhere completely on property because there's nowhere on property that would take maybe maybe like a boardwalk transfer to magic kingdom to somewhere else might take you a while but no place on properties take you two hours in the virtual queue take a ride on the sky. Liner come back. Yeah Yeah yeah very good and and then let's see. We have a lot of information here at seven thirty. Am On that day. Boarding groups were being notified that their ride time would take place in the afternoon. So that means that if you if you got your boarding group at seven thirty that day it was telling them to come back in the afternoon..
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Has a terrible piece today just terrible my hand on the show the first there was Dennis Prager the first hour ahead and the mill NGO conservative writer which will let and who was beaten splashed with some liquid cement fast acting cement inside a milkshake have no weapons nothing wasn't touching the soul just went there to cover the empty for the real fascist of the anti fascist and I very rarely call people fascist fatty foods dot fascist then there's no such thing as fascist they're also powers the lady up the field though hide your face like a Muslim terrorists to remarkable thing pourtant police do nothing when they when they beat people up Portland's really had the worst city in the country at this time it's it's it's lawless essentially with regard to the political violence I can't say that about any left wing city every Portland's unique I think and it's a disgrace to the country but professor what the people obviously the people port when you're happy with it I don't know what happened I don't know why moral sicknesses pervasive in the in Portland I don't know maybe this is such a pretty place to live it seems that way doesn't is often that the more beautiful the place the uglier the values very common so there's a piece actually it's amazing thing blaming it so sick it spike I mean and be Campbell it's so sick that it's it's almost ludicrous far right extremists wanted blood import streets once again they got it that's right well it's mind blowing a guy coat comes to cover and T. for demonstrations and he's playing for being beaten up with that with guys with with plastic knuckles under their gloves I had him on the show earlier the left blames the right for being beaten up it's a sick world the left is truly sick not liberals the left it's amazing I mean expect more from HuffPost I have to say in a five four of them more is left as more moral liberal left and just left what are I read it I thought out come on it'll it has to be more subtle than the headline but it isn't but conservative writer was injured over the weekend the rally in Portland Oregon kicking off a tidal wave of right wing complaints about violence on the left Gee why would we do that but Saturday's violence wasn't an out liar I agree with that it was guaranteed it's been happening on the same street hosted by the saying far right extremist groups on a regular basis since the election of president Donald Trump wait so I don't understand the right wing organizations come the the the anti for come and beat people up and the right wing organizations are responsible for the violence that's what the articles well anyway follow in the mailing as two hundred thousand Twitter followers it's nice every day every day I bring to you the moral sickness that pervades the left there is almost no day that goes without the another example of a The Washington Post I have a piece featured Prager university as an example and it is an amazing piece because it was a lie I think I'm gonna have to write something I mean there are so many lawyers told the lawyer that I I don't I don't feel well they have a lot of a lot of time I don't I don't feel I know I don't have a lot of time it's a big problem time and the I want to get it for you because it's Friday if I can find it which of course were looking for doesn't doesn't appear on get a free but anyway the guy the guy writes an article says that there's no such thing as Google censoring right wing places this is the this is now the answer on the left to what everyone knows to be true and that is the censoring of right wing result no they don't do that right wing organizations make this up ladies and gentleman we have four hundred videos up at pre university just the the regular videos aside from my weekly Buck a fireside chat Candace always program every week and we'll which interviews and speeches around the country so that's one of the reason we have a billion views it's a very large organization a preview and a so just talking about the one hundred five minute videos the weekly video eighty of them cannot be seen if you have on your computer in your home your filters against **** and violence you can't see you literally just can't view them if you want to see it on YouTube you can view it because for example I have are you have a video one of the videos on the ten commandments it's on the list with demography that Google puts up so this flyer at what The Washington Post said it's fit Google has censored or not so I don't know what the word he used videos on Islam and something else he doesn't mention that it's all on its own anything about almost anything that defense America but the fans Israel now and then we have another story that's right former Google engineer CEO sandhar P. Chait lied to Congress about black list yes this from Bridport for Google engineer Mike Walker claims CEO sandhar Pichai like to congressman claiming that the company does not manually intervene on user's search results as of now I'm scheduled to testify in the Senate in two weeks obviously prices that Mike he defends its decision to withdraw the sneakers with the heat the Betsy Ross flag on it I have a picture here of the Obama inauguration one of the inaugurations and it has everything I need to get that picture up again one of them is big big flags the background American flags alternating the contempt the current flag and the Betsy Ross flag I guess he's a racist to say to call for racism yeah farmers two thousand eight inauguration here it is the Betsy Ross flag at a mama's inauguration what a racist Superbike Cassandra says the center panel pounces it might go to see the picture maybe we should put it up yeah well Lester was photo shopped which is unfortunately always possible the photo was real then it it has a picture of that I mean the idea of the Betsy Ross flag is racist this is again it's left the sickness if you buy Nike products you're hurting America you have no moral justification to buy Nike products they spit on this country and and most conservatives to say oh look it's raining people don't fight I mean it's not exactly a major sacrifice not the boring Nike products but they know everybody on the left knows there is not nothing they could do that will hurt them financially which is untrue on the other side right I mean there's no there's no parallel here yeah okay if you Google Obama inauguration two thousand eight and click images that comes up it was not photoshopped the Betsy Ross flag was used at this the Wall Street journal says Colin Kaepernick.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"New Orleans, funk. Peter King CBS news. Dr John was seventy seven years old. Let's check back in with Tracy Taylor now or KIRO radio realtime traffic slow. I really don't know where to start this afternoon. I mean, the rain moved in and made a mess in the dry. Let's start with the gas leak though in Puyallup. Because that has one hundred twenty second in sunrise boulevard, in Kuala pretty active with cruise right now. All lanes on sunrise boulevard are closed and no estimated time when they're going to get the roadway reopened hearing about ereck Edmonds. This is on a zero four near seventy sixth avenue west so drivers are gonna run into some delays there. A wreck the has two lanes blocked northbound ninety nine on the first avenue south bridge still watching the crash on the west Seattle bridge, eastbound out near forth, that's causing some problems for drivers and definitely a distraction. Speaking of distractions, who that wreck on northbound I five at one hundred sixty four and south Everett was really made a mess that drive. I mean, we're looking at a pretty solid lineup for those of you that are just trying to get out of the city and that includes right around the convention center all the way up there. So at your real time at travel time right now from Seattle to Everett at one hundred five minutes, now, I promise. I you'll look at Tacoma because yes it is brutal after three twentieth. In Federal Way, that goes all the way out to the dome. But expects them lineups from just after five twelve all the way down past joint base Lewis. Mcchord your real time at travel time from Olympia to Tacoma at forty minutes. We're at fifty five from Tacoma to Olympia. Traffic is brought to you by dominos, and there's a lot of variety on the radio in Domino's to where you can get two or more mix and match items for five ninety nine each. Ask for the offer availability, and charges may vary. Kiro radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor. Some showers around this evening and into tomorrow morning morning temperatures in the upper forty s highs only in the upper fifties, but despite the cool temperatures showers.
"one hundred five minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Here on KOA, something's bleeding through. I don't know what it is. Whatever that is the other studio, maybe. Welcome back to the show here. Six eighteen Rick and Dave here, Kathy out tonight. And we're talking about a lot of things on the show. She can't get blamed for any of it right here tonight. We could go completely off the alleged. And we have full lines. This happens to be a really popular topic. The Dave got started. We're going to run with it for one more segment here. David. Hi, david. What's up? David. No, we'll put data back on hold. Let's check in was stone. I love the name. That's a cool, man. Right. Whatever happened to stone Phillips good question. I don't know. I'm not I'm not stone. Phillips. I like the name. I felt I did go to high school back in the eighties at Aurora increase with a little kid named William no D O E. And he's purposely, obviously went by the full name of William. Well, we also called him will and Bill and dill as a nickel, of course. You did bright. Yeah. But he loves various in highschool. Absolutely. Yeah. Single day, very popular kid, not necessarily with the ladies. But with the football and the baseball teams, he was a class hit for sure. I'll be darned. Okay. Okay. Thank you for that stone, Ron. Where are you going Ron line three Ron? Hi, you're on KOA. Hi, guys. How are you? Good. Yeah. I I worked over on the western slope down towards Cortes for five years or so and over on highway four ninety one in a little town over there called areola, really. And and you go down go down highway four ninety one a little bit. And there's a little town called pleasant view. Okay. Go a little farther down the road. There's a little town called colonie. All on highway four ninety one down there. Yeah. Rock ron. Thank you. Okay. Take your highway. I never know. I've never seen the highway four ninety one. Whereas highway for ninety nine I don't have any idea. Have you ever been to the town of areola? I've never even heard of it. Not that. I remember. No, no. I no, I think I would know. Is there a high school is that really for Ninety-one devils highway down by four corners highway is that how many of those towns not that? I would dispute Ron's contention. But is there really a town in Colorado named areola? I do a little research. Yeah. Go check that out. I I've never heard of it. Yeah. Just have your people get back to our Google. Search. You starting with areola is gonna be great Steve. Hi. Friday friday. I've got a follow up to one year. Earlier caller is my dad actually went to the air force academy and graduated with a gentleman by the name of Richard head part is of course, eventually became a major. So he was Major Richard head. Wow. Eventually became a general. So that point he was just a General Richard head. Wow. Is he still alive? I'm not sure if general head is still alive or not. What a great name space, actually major. Major when he added major to the name, you think that's as good as it gets right there. Brigadier General Richard g head retired may first nineteen eighty-seven US air forces website. It's for Reagan. Dear general, so that's way up the food chain. He was born in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight so we can do the math on whether it'd be eighty here. Coming up in may good for him or eighty one. Sorry heads are pretty popular name pretty fairly popular last name. What nationality would that be German? That's a good question. I bet was shorten admit. It was something else. Hedberg Hedberg head key. I coached a young guy whose last name was Hedberg. Yeah. I bet it was shortened at Ellis Island, something like that. To join us on KOA NewsRadio. Dave, logan. Rick lewis. Hi, liz. Hi, I've got a couple of names for you guys. The first one was we had a friend who we whose name was Richard deck, and we love with lovingly called him. Dick, dick, the second one is a friend of mine fathers who for years, I just basically knew his name was Mr. long, but I came later to find out his first name was spelled H A R D. I N harden harden hawker, not sure we're not sure about that one. H A R D. I N. Yes. Did you? Did you don't you're? You're you're worried if I got I'm just making sure you gotta I'm with you. Oh, yeah. I dunno. You mean step behind, but it's a close step. Yeah. I sometimes I got to explain it. When it comes to spelling dragon doesn't quickest we'll tell you on their way out. I think I can figure that one hundred five minutes, I'm looking at highway four ninety one definitely have found pleasant view. Here. We go exists. It does pleasant view and Cahoon or cojones C H O N E A H O. So and then pleasant view yellow jacket Lewis, and then A R R, I L A. So that's why nothing was coming up coming up when I search for what other name could that a r I o l a what other named how would you pronounce that? That would not be I guess arial would be the closest because of the ours. Maybe REO LA. Is there a mayor? Is there a mayor of REO? La sounds like I bet it was like a female name some some woman, Colorado. Name. Oh, do you have any male friends named Ariella? No to me. It sounds like a woman's name. What else would it be unincorporated community in Montezuma county established in one thousand nine hundred four remain in operation till nineteen thirty three. Also, it's it's now just land said to honour one Spanish officer. So yeah, I think he just drive on name. Yeah. Wait Spanish officer. Well because back then the US, and I'm and I'm being dead serious here. So his name was officer Orioles. I think it's send your senior. Okay. Okay. So L Hennion I'll say general in Spanish, very good nice. Let's go David, David. I am guys high. Okay. So I went to high school with two people one was in April spring water. Okay. That's cool mania. Yeah. Yeah. The other was cannons. Don't call me candy stores candy stores. Her name was Candice stores. Yes. Not store stores like a store. S T O R R ESPN. Okay. Candice stores handy stores. Don't don't don't call me candy stores. And then the other one is is my my dad came through while not my dad, my Granddad came through Ellis Island with his Irish broke, right? And he came through as as Peyton Shelley. And I I ran into a family not too long after I found out they came through. Also, it was a Korean family. And so they had to get my dad, my Granddad, spelling, and they asked the Korean family what his spelling was or what his name was. And and he said same thing. Me one funny name. It's got to be quick because. Okay. Yeah. My stepdad a second step dad middle stepdad worked in a hospital and a woman named her son or daughter daughter shift feed SHI feed, and you could sounded out the'd. I don't only get us in trouble shift lead. SHI is. Sure if you put enough space in there. Spelled on the birth certificate. Wow. In this part of the conversation. I think we're done with this. It's sixty six we'll get a break for some news. Traffic some weather. Michael Brown show is coming up at seven. And we thank you for listening to having some fun here on a Friday night Lewis and Logan show KOA NewsRadio. And you know, what else is coming up? Valentine's Day is coming up. It's going to be here before you know, it today is the eighth of February guys Valentine's Day just a few days away. Now, don't procrastinate take care of that special lady in your life. Maybe you've got more than one. If you got daughters, of course, mother-in-law mom, take care of them. All I did I sent to Sheri's berries and flowers out earlier this week, they loved them. They got him on Tuesday, there dipped in milk dark and white chocolate goodness and their top with decadent toppings chocolate chips heart in glitter sprinkles, their fresh, they're tasty and a perfect companion, by.
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"Thanks, snuck up on us last time the colts came in and we were thirteen and three two thousand and three Peyton Manning came in and won a shocking upset is one. No, you guys be or anted. Andrew luck be guys with Alex Smith. I believe that you. They had the greatest comeback in playoff history. The right. You see what I'm saying? So I'm not excited and right now of all the teams remaining in the playoffs the team that is catching their stride or peaking or lists. The hottest team right now are the colts which bums me out. Now, the only thing that's off setting. That is Andy Reid is great auto by week. Okay. He's great offer by his record coming off a bye week is crazy. It's unbelievable. So that's works in our favor. We do have home field advantage. And we have a really good team. So those things being said, I think it's going to be a very tough game. But I do think that sheafs can win. I think you guys can win for sure I agree that the colts are super hot right now. They're I mean like the eagles. The eagles are dislike I don't astroid. They're playing with house. Money or something. Like, I don't know what they should not have won that game. But like Nick foles is Nick foles in everywhere. Which right? He is just big dick nicking it and all at all places. Just slap and team silly. He's got the magic. He does have the magic dirt. Dig with say. He's got the. He was sing it just that good. Well, but I just feel like, you know, the chiefs secondary like you guys only seven interceptions all year. So I think the idea of turning the ball over is not incredibly high. And you're obviously, you're like you guys just been able to score more or our differences not is weak. It's by by a championship team standard. It's it's a little weak. Now, we have great linebackers. We have great defensive line. Our defensive backs are struggling. You know with coaching up with some preparation with some training. You know, hopefully, we can we can put put them into play a little better Eric berry, Eric berries back now in our safety position and his leadership and his motivation and holding those corners to, you know, a high standard, and I I hope he can do something to motivate that that defensive backfield. You guys are going to have to triple t y Hilton like that guy. I don't know. Yes. And then they're running back MAC. I think it is mar Marlin Mike something like that. He is he's been on a tear team. I mean, they're red hot. Yeah. Just red hot red. Hi, Andrew luck in his flip phone or just coming through. But I can't wait for the game. I think this weekend's games are going to be so exciting. I'm very excited about chargers pats because I definitely think the chargers can smoke them. And I hope they do, you know, look the chargers are not afraid to play on the road. Now there are other team because they lay on the road at home. They were there right now, they're eight and one they're eight and one on the road this season. Yes. That's unheard of. That's crazy talk. Yes. Remember, the ravens came in and beat the chargers here in LA. And then the chargers just made them look like dog shit in Baltimore. I mean, the fact that those and those two games were two weeks apart. Graphic halfway through that game. Where Baltimore complete a pass. And they put up a Chiron. It was three oh nine PM. And it said I completion since one oh seven seven PM. Yeah. In one hundred five minutes. Oh, my five minutes. Lamar jackson. I mean, the fact that they kept in Lamar didn't even think about will. Well. Choice. Now that seemed to be like a that seems like a very Carson Wentz esque choice like Philadelphia being like this is who we chose. And this is sue or starting even though had falls been in at the beginning of the year. Would they have had to win four straight and beat the Rams at home? I don't think so like the okay so Lamar Jackson is the future in Baltimore for. Sure. So that's and that's not to say the flacco doesn't have good years left in him..