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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone
"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.
"overbrook" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Surgeon dot com the word is out on who'll will represent president trump in his Senate impeachment trial corresponding Kaitlyn Collins has details on two high profile names on the list and there's some really in notable people and figures that people are going to recognize especially Ken Starr who of course was this hard charging prosecutor who led bill Clinton's impeachment but he's not the only name is being added another interesting figure who's on the other side of things is Alan Dershowitz who makes clear in his statement he is someone who voted for Hillary Clinton but he believes given what's at stake here and that is why he's coming in to represent the president the trial set to start next week according to Chicago fire officials five people were shot last night in a barber shop in the two hundred block of north Pulaski road in the west Garfield park neighborhood of the five three were children they were transported to Strozier hospital forty year old man was shot and transported to Mount Sinai hospital another person self transported to another local hospital all three children were listed in stable condition an eleven year old boy was shot in the back abdomen and arm twelve year old boy was hit in the knee and a sixteen year old boy was shot in the hip police said the suspects fled north on Pulaski police were looking for surveillance video rob our tear eight ninety W. L. US news democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg wants all new cars to be electric by twenty thirty five and buildings to reduce no carbon emissions by twenty twenty five that's a less ambitious proposal than the green new deal that a lot of Democrats have been braced Bloomberg's plans do not include total costs or specifics jury selection continues today in the rape trial of former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein correspondent Steve caster mom says they have a to seat a jury before opening arguments which are scheduled to start January twenty second jury pool was little down for more than one hundred and forty to sixty two on Thursday lawyers were questioning prospective jurors in groups of twenty the judge told them this was not a referendum on the me too movement but rather they'd have to judge Harvey Weinstein's case solely on the evidence presented at trial by the end of the day seven jurors have been selected for men and three women they need to get the twelve and six alternates one juror had to go before the judge for violating an order against posting on social media about being in the pool the man was threatened with jail time Steve casting about New York sports bowls take on the seventy Sixers in Philly tonight the Blackhawks are off W. L. US news time ten oh four the Kennedy here downtown thirty five twenty one out eyes in our Thorndale to the post office forty two twenty nine outbound Stevens and I three fifty five in the drive forty thirty four out Dan Ryan ninety fifth the downtown twenty one.
"overbrook" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Lot to him. It is a thing like in comedy, you know, Eddie help, Chris, Chris Martin like you just know, the lineage of stuff in his heart, because I don't think we know that when it comes to. Producing or directors and black film. You know, people always say, James, you might have said this to I felt like. Had a scholarship to help doubt. Chadwick bozeman writing somebody tweeted that he had a scholarship that did help out tablet bozeman, but it wasn't like he not the same. It's not the same thing where you go. Eddie helped out, so and so yes, because it's not like Denzel Washington was like, yeah. We gotta look out for Chadwick bozeman. It was just like I have the scholarship. And it benefited. Chadwick bozeman. Yeah. You know, it's a little different. It's a little less. It's, it's not like you know, it's not like Eddie happened to see somebody that he thought was good. And then he put them on Denzel was like there could be somebody out there who could benefit from this. Here's a scholarship. I'm sorry. I I just I get upset. No, no, no. It is a tough thing, because the thing is, is like I have this, like, there's this, the article somebody sent to me, which is funny, just like send it like like shoes wrong. But I mean literally, it says that, while studying at Howard University in the late nineties, bozeman and some of his peers applied to prestigious summer theatre program at the university of Oxford, the group of students got in, but they couldn't afford to go one of their acting teachers at Howard flea. Rashad. Pushed for us. She essentially got some celebrity friends to pay for us. It wasn't until after the program when he got a beneficiary letter and found out who funded the program. It was done wash. Washington, and he says Denzel paid for me. I'm sure he has no idea. I've been waiting to meet him, so I can tell them. I mean that's. No. That's great. That's awesome. Rashad came to so fluid Rashaad was the one who is like help these people, and then talk to Denzel, and then they'll did it. And that's great. You know. But I think what Lena wait the socking about is different. She's talking about funded. She's talking about financing indie films. She's talking about literally people like looking out for up and coming black directors actors, you know, looking for those tours and then support, and then literally supporting them giving them a shot. And she's is tricky, because I mean again, low key brab black Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. They all hit like you know what I'm saying? Like they are out here plan b dip company has funded at least two of the most important black films in the last ten to fifteen years. I mean so visa slaving moonlight like those are the two black films. Have won Academy Awards. You know what I mean? Right. And so, but people were talking about ten tell. Has probably helped, you know, with with certain things, especially movies. He's in, like Antoine Fisher. I think the great degree debate is there's and. And Will Smith has overbook overbook Overbrook Overbrook productions, which most of their slate are like whoa Smith, films, or Jaden movies, or, but he has had he did like the secret life of bees, which I didn't know that. Yeah, I'll do. That's what overbook did. It's not that they don't do that many year. They probably they only they only average about like two year. Thank or one or two year. I mean my thing I when we were talking about this off. Mike, I kept also bringing up Denzel Washington's involvement with August. Wilson's plays in like and for me, it's like you know, all of that has taken a really long time. Like he's been talking about it for a long time. And it's taken like, you know, nearly a decade for, for all of this stuff to be panning out the way that it has. And from a film standpoint, it's like he's only done the movie fences and then now they're doing that. Marange black bottom thing for net flicks. And so it's just taken a long time. But like it's like an yes, no, that's not indie film. And that's not producing a ton of indie films. But like, it's probably very hard to get backing for like a play to be made to, you You know..
"overbrook" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Station certain level of expertise. So let's talk about this recent case, you recently had and I know that the person you were working with is giving you permission to talk about it. So let's explain exactly what the situation was. Last year, she been about good as an infant, and when she came to she had already identified her birth mother, but she needed some assistance in figuring out Overbrook father was obviously she had a positive experience with the birth mother. I am assuming Jere experience and whereas interested in excited to try and identify her birth father side of the family as well drained expand family circle. And so why was she struggling with it? Obviously, she did pretty well and tracking down the birth. Mom. Does she use more conventional ways or was it when she got into DNA? She found herself a little overhead. I think so. Yeah. Because she had tested, a member of different places, and she saw Santa Morgan's and possible relationships and everything and there's just so much data the sips through so many possible relationships all of these people that she didn't know she didn't know how to pull all of it together to tell her what she was really. Looking at sure okay header birth mother. Given her any clues as to the birth. Father's identity. Did she gave her two names of very likely Burke father, pointing it actually gone out identified the Cendant of both of these individuals, and they had agreed to DNA testing. And the results came back as no match for both of them. Oh, so she was really stymied on overdone could be because her mom was offering. No, more information. Well, yeah. Those are those challenging times people don't want to look back. So what happened? Now, you had several different pools. She was fishing in as far as the DNA goes. And where did you get something to work with? Tested, my heritage ancestry couple.
"overbrook" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"I I think he doesn't broken pants in the morning. I would like that a lot. I think the sea. Ginger. Do you want to go out? I'm confused now. I did he wasn't responding that now when the phone with us, so we can just talk. Ginger. I have a girlfriend so I'm good there. Comes a time. When you don't like. Okay. Don't do this. It looks desperate. Say don't worry. I can handle myself. I can home my cell. Nick. Are you still on the phone? Yeah. I'm not missing this. What's he do this? Now. Why all your girlfriend don't seem to lash that law? Going to be around for a one time, right? I will agree with you previous from a lot of turnover there. But this one is going to be around for a long time. I heard you say before you might have. But I was lying then I'm not lying now. I'm telling the truth now at that. I mean, it sounds like there in the background. And I mean, I loved laugh at so infectious. Does your backup play already with Jose back? God, I think Overbrook now you're not going to say, no Jose. This is probably a pretty sure thing. Is there like a chance? On cigarettes. Are you a female? And do you have a pulse? Say yes to say, then there you go. You should hit Jose. Amazing on is the year for Jubilo, and you were open about that. I don't think I've down with all that like being the backup way.
"overbrook" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I don't have one Nick came over with his manager and Nick goes, I think I'm gonna start doing stand up and I go, you should and it's like an pithy. So Nick would start going up where I was going up, but he was doing other people's jokes because he didn't know and I go, Nick, you can't do that. That's so and so's, oh, he goes, I saw last night on compu-. I thought it was funny and Ono you can't do that. He just didn't know. Yeah. So then he start honing his act and we wrote up together to Oakland, the bay area blackout competition and on their forget. Nick went up and that's where Disney reps was air to Nickelodeon was air and then Nick. That's how that's how the groundswell start happening was that they had real exempts back then. That was different. That was a different time in this business? Yes. When you got discovered and you got like a half a million deal dollar deal pulled out. Yeah. So that's how Nick that's how you know how he really got started and getting his name out there in the business was the Nickelodeon, the warm up, and that was the same year ninety. One ninety nine was the one festival I've done was Montreal in ninety nine and I don't remember getting chicken. Michael room, of course. Remember, chick, you know, kill you commit suicide a couple years ago. I got to be dead honest with you. If I was gonna make a project, I'd make a documentary on that guy because that I got my deal. I got my first deal when he got his deal, Montreal that year I got it. I wouldn't even wouldn't even at Montreal. I was I gotta deal through Overbrook who had miss who had to deal with Nick cannon at the time. Yeah, and I had a deal where that's only resign new ever knew. Nakano was was a, he had. Overbrook Overbrook. David Dr was like, we got this kid at cannon. He's like the next, we'll, we'll Smith. He's good looking. He's hilarious. And so but chicken got his deal ching fat deal off Montreal. And he could not do stand up. I was there. I saw how go down. It's crazy. Like I saw the Nick cannon should happen. Not happen, but I saw the exemption the way looked. Yeah, they give you a look and they act like you're not around. He just you're just quiet in the room. They be to the guy, and chicken was a mantra was, and I did. I didn't new faces embalmed the bombs rate was it was brutal limited, my much experience and we'll get into chicken in a second, but I didn't new faces and I was the first guy on the first show of the festival. So I go up. It's like six PM. It's daylight out. Renan's plays golf clubs, soda. I've been there for me and I looked in the audience. Was really old really white, and you know, I'm kind of an urban guy. Have you always been urban Nellie? It was. It was. I had to like always say, I'm not pandered out, but I'm playing to them because if I'm doing Showtime at the Apollo, I'm not talking about Garth Brooks. Yeah. And if I'm doing the West Virginia state fair, I'm not talking about little Wayne, so I am not pandering, but I'm making sure my material released that audience. Yeah, it's the same thing I do. I've read the audience now. It's different than when I first started, but yeah, when you're young, so so I go up and Dahmer. Air was hosted and Dom. Ding get a lot of laughs either, and I go, wow, they're not really laughing. Dominoes. I'm gonna Dom like almost a God like, okay. Yeah, I'm good. And then I went up there and I was with CA at the time in my age is was like, I literally told them almost which my act up. They're not going to get my jokes like this is an audience. They go into new. You do the five minutes you've been working on you trust us. We got TV exacts here. You just trying to get your point of view across. Don't worry about the laughter I when Dombrowski me up. I don't think anybody clapped. I didn't get a smile. A chuckle ending get shit for five minutes and I was like an hour. You can kind of get it five minutes. I literally walked off stage..
"overbrook" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"A letter a letter, but I'll say nobody bought the jackets because nobody because I grew up in Arizona, and the told the coldest eighty-seven nobody ever wore them. It wasn't thing. Also graduate with fifty people. So everyone I think everyone got something. I think everyone got a letter in a. For showing up a piece. I don't actually know what you get for what? But I guess I'm just a little surprised. Thank you. Melody have a good day as you call. Hi, mark. How are you? Good. How are you? Hey, mark. So you think video game playing is a sport. Absolutely. It's it's actually a team sport on on the professional level. They make millions of dollars a year like the top players in the world. Yeah. Rina's like, it's crazy. I get it. I know shack and a bunch of guys have invested like, I'm cool with it. Look like I said team team environment. You know, you have to work together. You know, some guys will be better than us. So you may not get to do as much. I mean, I think he's has lots of learn by being part of the group. I just I guess I have a hard time. Understanding why why you would be held at the same. Not standard. But you know, sort of whites the same as the is the high school quarterback or the tennis or golf or or basketball star. You know what I mean? Absolutely. I mean, just think you know, there are plenty of professional athletes towards dumb as a pile of bricks. Cam newham's, any professional gamers who in most cases, end up being engineers. Scientists they're listening. Whether you have to be smart, I'm asking, you a sport, absolutely. From the from the muscle standpoint. It's completely mental Basti Musial. You're working your hands. Obviously, you're sitting there for hours. I'm convinced. She'll be thank you, man. Have a good day. Thanks. You haven't. The sport guys. And what she got very first soccer team at Overbrook educational center in Philadelphia is getting brand new uniforms and equipment. Thanks to good sports. An organization that provides sporting goods to those in need when they heard some of these new middle school students needed the right gear. Improper a payroll. They were happy to help. They were thrilled these.
"overbrook" Discussed on Hysteria
"Yeah, to to help them defray the cost or say to an investor lie. Like your, this is why this is going to work. This is why you're gonna make your money back. So there's you have to remember that there's a huge divide between the between what an audience is looking for and like who feels underrepresented and like, why wouldn't you put, you know a trans woman in a role to play a trans woman and people who are taking the risk who are getting the money from people who are taking the risk and who are justifying that risk? Are those people who are putting in money per chance old white Len just. I could be way off the still trying to figure out who. Yeah, yeah. Just like just all. Well, I think it's it's and that's the the dirty little secret of Hollywood. It's like if you can bankroll the dirty little secret, there's only one. There's only one and like the, I think the most important one is like, if you can Bank at you can make it right. So it's like if you can get somebody who has a bone to pick who like wants to make the thing about Asians or make the thing about women or make the thing about black women, then you make the movie. But these are very, very high risk endeavors. You have to be willing to like lose the money. You have to remember that to market a film. So even if you make a movie for under five million, it's like to market the peon a on that movie is like another twenty million. So that movie needs to make over like twenty five million, which is why you're seeing so many movies on Netflix, it's it's p. I try to remind myself. It's like people aren't meaning to be sexist and racist. They are following a business model out of fear and it leads to them looking sexist and racist, right? It's not that like mine going to be sexist and racist today. It's like, I'm, I'm afraid I'm looking at the business models that exist. Before me, it's not worth my job to take the risk or be the one to put myself on the front lines, and that's why I don't want to take these bets, but that's why it's so insidious, right? Because we nobody thinks that it's their fault and everybody. A lot of the people who are like, wow, we should be less. You know, we, the Royal we, that which always doesn't include the person talking about it. We should be less sexist and racist sexist and sexism and racism is bad, but they, it doesn't occur to them that they're people that are perpetuating it. And the reason it perpetuates is because it's so mundane, it's it's not something that people think of it is. There's a mundane one article that I did like there was, I think I sent it to both of you guys was the vulture article where they were talking about to all the boys. I loved before, no, spoilers. Yeah. No, no, no, no, no, I haven't watched it yet. No, I know spoiler but that was the Netflix movie that came out with an Asian American girl in the lead and like it got a little bit of heat on Twitter and social media, and people were saying, it's the first like good rom com that Netflix has released, and it's really striking to see an Asian American. Girl is a lead. It's based on a book property and the the author was saying that she really wanted to keep the integrity of the lead being Asian American and only one production company was willing to do that again, very high risk for the production companies, but I believe it was Overbrook entertainment, which is will Smith's company. So again, somebody with a tremendous amount of power, you know, it's like, I don't know if any of those people listen, but it's like you need front runners like those to say that, you know, we, we can make a viable change. We believe that heroes can look like something else. And hopefully when people continue voting with their money at the box office, there becomes more of a track record over time and that is going to help you make a case to continue moving in that direction..
"overbrook" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And that's the big thing for me check it out get quipped dot com slash ben shapiro okay so the left is really exercised overbrook cavanaugh because they recognize that the right in attempting to re constrain the judiciary to its traditional role of interpreting the constitution rather than imposing political priorities that this threatens the left agenda the left believes that its agenda can only be spread not through public legislation not through the popularity of its agenda but just by a bunch of people who are really really wise and liberal and who can impose their views from above and so the idea of a brad kavanagh who's gonna come in and help create a new majority on the court that's actually gonna stick to the judiciary is that scares the living hell because living daylights out of democrats and so they're just lying about breath kavanagh now so the first lie they're telling is they are suggesting that president trump is appointing break cavanaugh because brad kavanagh is willing to protect the president trump from impeachment this legitimately what they're saying so chuck schumer is making this case he says this is the real reason that trump wants cavenaugh he was the judge probably of the twenty five they all would repeal row they all would repeal a cpa but on this issue the muller issue which came up after the wedding by these two groups he's probably the most extreme and it wouldn't surprise me if that was very important to donald trump knowing donald trump and i have no proof do you think he didn't inquire about this major every word every word of what chuck schumer just said is alive first of all not every judge on that list would vote to overturn roe in fact i have serious doubts that cavanaugh will vote to overturn roe we'll get to that in just a little while this implication that cavanaugh is somehow want to protect the president of the united states from criminal indictment is just not true it not only not true even the washington post says it's not true so the accusation is that cavanaugh in two thousand nine published an article in the minnesota law review in which he discussed the possibility of indicting the sitting president of the united states criminally and here his what he says according to the washington post cavenaugh helped investigate president bill clinton is part of independent counsel ken starr's team in the nineteen nineties looking back have not wrote in his two thousand nine article the nation's certainly would have been better off if president clinton could have focused on osama bin laden without being distracted by the paula jones sexual harassment case and it's criminal investigation offshoots which is an interesting switch by who was part of again the ken starr team what he says the president should not be indicted but he says you need to act of congress to prevent the president from being indicted in other words it's not up to the judiciary to protect the president president can be indicted the constitution doesn't prevent that you need an act of congress that's not stopping the left from continuously lying about brad kavanagh alexandra causing cortez new leftwing hero shoot she tweets out the fact that scotus pick cavanaugh believes the president cannot be indicted is an automatic disqualification from a supreme court consideration he never said that you never believed that he's never written that but these lies are coming fast and furious about cavanaugh that's not that's not even the stupidest one coming up we'll talk about more insane reactions from the left to judge brett kavanagh's choice by president trump to a place justice anthony kennedy is the ben shapiro show.
"overbrook" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Yeah i have i mean it's parallel had the same issue when people were like on and hathaway i'm a huge hathaway fin they're critiquing her oscar speech like let the woman celebrate her they how she sell it and if you have issue with the art in the work then that's another thing it's spike had an issue with kuba kuba kouba and that's what we say as performance that's that's that's i was i was that was getting used to talk about it for the next personally i think spike was very bitter towards the academy because malcolm x student he didn't get nominated for that you know he didn't get denzel didn't win i think he was like super bitter at the academy true and and he saw he saw coup baz like an actor who left because kuban made made it a point to be like i'm not going to be in a bunch of hood films after he did boys in the hood and he like took a lot of supporting he could have been the lead of black lead films like black dominated cast movies but he did and he was like i'd rather like do these supporting roles in these white lead movies so that i can have a bigger career that's what he that's what he wanted and i think like spike was like nascar you know what i mean about that is that we'll smith like years ago him and his partner from overbrook talks about the movies they picked him wheel i came out and what you're seeing right now is literally the wolves playbook he was we wanted to do two things we look things up we realized like sapphire movies where like a big deal so most of his movies were like safm movies and he was like always was second to somebody who was bigger than me who could expand audience right so that was literally wills missed playbook and it's so funny will smith didn't get shade at least not that i can remember for doing those kind of movies like no one's shades men in black because tennessee tommy lee jones is bill i know one shays independence day because we'll isn't bill i was james ado from drastic part.
"overbrook" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To them again not that way got what we want to programme arsala embassy had again that it would that's in overbrook with pandora and everything else and what people listen to music wise night exact one us programme what we want to hear when we want to hear it exactly and it's different with you know um certain opinions if you're going to go read an opinion and the new york times or listen to talk radio or whatever it is it's like i said about church while you're actually showing up to give preach to you actually showing up at an an and act case and you're showing up you know for that but when you show up in this programming and you're looking for i dunno an exciting programme or whatever it is and then all of a sudden that tone is there that someone or group is someone's doing the programming to you and i think people are pretty much done with that type of programming of it like me when i when i want to listen to my rage against the machine and i want to hear the marxists socialist agenda being promoted yeah too hard music right and i want to hear that that's where i i i just i wonder if this quickly here because whenever we get into talking about you know a tariff says we have been it gets it gets emotional and i thought this was really interesting because it was a national review but it was uh this was written by it was a co authored by um uh larry kudlow art laugher and and steve moore who really was uh president trump's uh economic campaign main economic campaign adviser for 2016 and and they did a piece in the national review on basically tariffs are taxes i thought it was interesting because you have all three of those that have supported donald trump in a variety of ways and i and i think people need to understand because whenever you know again you you we brought this up before we don't get his money much criticism as we did during the campaign from trump supporters so i think you know they understand where we're coming from but i think that they they bring up a great point that i just want to.
"overbrook" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And student loans and then after we got that dan we saved effort down payment we pay off her house eventually europe yeah we're principle paid four house in rockford illinois view in food how old are you to 31 both thirty while gosh that's amazing man you're so weird that is so awesome what's this house roars 155 while look at you have is so cool very cool well that makes sense that fits with the numbers to six years and four months average person is seven months seven years paying off their house in there you go your one of them a ugo murray beat you did did everything actually house student loans everything in that period of time so very very well that so tell me your story i mean you thirty wants that put you just twenty five start in this deal yeah and what's the how'd you get started was that when you got married or tell me why happen we got married and we had just graduated college and we were both unemployed and thankfully atoms aunt and uncle and the only cisneros gave us the book as a wedding present overbrook we had a lotta time when you don't have a job and your disapplying for jobs though we read the book the and we didn't have any money so it was really easy to regular mine so we said when we both get stable or assert just knock it out and we made a list and we had so much fun crossing at i often just pain for it and we wanted to get her you know one of the reitere in and it was great journey very cruel so you started your whole life as well yeah determine the student loans initially blount by robot house just like you're supposed.
"overbrook" Discussed on Undisclosed
"In the state's final piece of evidence of terence's guilt comes from turned to score records for at least part of his high school years turns went to overbrook high school in west philadelphia that's also the source that picture the police used in the lineup the school id photos they put into the array too should a star and when the police or the prosecutors pole turned to score records they found that one of the addresses he was registered under with nine thirty wind north sixtythird street to the state this too is evidence of turned his guilt because j are also lived at nine thirty why north sixtythird street that should the police arrested jr in the summer of 1997 and when they arrested him they searched his room and found a sawedoff shotgun a rifle and some 44 caliber ammo since that's also the address in turn to score records that connects terrence this oughta shotgun but that address nine thirty one nor sixtythird street is isn't return slipped it's a building in overbrook neighborhood where his aren't whipped the vote is a pretty large one with about one hundred fifty eight units insurances aren't lived in one of them it also appears to have been in the overbrook school catchment area which is likely turns who's the address register bruce school even though he lived with his mother halfway across town but turned his on jerash family had units in the same building which is one reason the two of them knew each other the last bit of evidence of turns his gil also comes from his school records specifically his attendance records in high school including the eleventh grade in the school year before the murder bernard howard turned skipped a lot of class and to be fair his grades weren't especially great three bees to seize 3 ds plus he failed is health education course the records also show that he seemed to skip of classes the following year to though it's not entirely clear from the records the turns was even really enrolled or ruck still you couldn't exactly calm and academic star and what is even manner well it's been used before as proof the turns kilburn bernard howard because.
"overbrook" Discussed on Undisclosed
"A number one is also different from the other five a raise in this case it's not the same template news doesn't have the official philadelphia police department header up talk and that's because teheran's didn't actually have any kind of criminal record which means the police didn't have any photos of him on hand that they could be used for this lineup instead they went to terrence a school overbrook high school and got a student id photo along with the student ids of seven other boys their small photos and not very clear terence's number seven of all the photos maybe only two of them look like they're boys that could be seventeen or eighteen and one of those is terrence but the other six they look like photos of kids it seems like they have to be freshman some of them look fourteen years old barely enough being generous involve the photos cairns is obviously letter skin and the other boys in the photos which means his picture kind of stands out he is for sure the only boy in the lineup that could be seventeen or eighteen with lightskinned the way start ascribed it in original statement so yeah adds his photo that the police want her to choose and she does not a stink an absolutely sure at least that's what she said according to the handwritten notes the detectives than show star to more raise may have eight photos on them each each of the young black man roughly from eighteen maybe 25 years old i don't know which of these photos are the ones that were included on purpose the ones the cost picked out in hopes star would i do some one in which voters are just filler to pad out the rest of the lineup but apparently started than either because she doesn't identify anyone in them for both the raise when asked if she recognizes anyone she says no.
"overbrook" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"To po box 316 to overbrook 605 to to to support imphal wars on w c k g alex come on a little frontlines of the involved and shepherd and bella is also a big researcher indian lavalist pedophile range you name it amazing work over the last decade i shall reap some of these crazy and so much of its now turned out to be true for shepherd is a deep researcher but later in the hour we'll get into kevin spacey i mean i was just in here a few weeks ago with the producer of an open secret about the hundreds of convicted pedophile who are producers who were directors who still direct children's films and special laws they have written in california to let them do that only for california i mean this is crazy as he staff an open secret banned off twitter they been there for six years banned off twitter permanently banned they're gonna be joining us tomorrow that's the open secret fell is the open secret site it's been banned and it is just getting crazier and crazier and crazier where they are unable to get their information now and the censorship is just intensifying everywhere and you've got wind sheen all of it coming to a head this is a war they'll hang on i want to get back into some of the anomalies things were looking at in vegas but just as a prelude what's coming up what is your view on the deep state war how obvious it is they're trying to sabotage the trump recover very i didn't jump on some trump bandwagon he jumped on the liberty bandwagon all of us have created of rediscovering freedom and i believe he isn't out to get us i believe he really does want justice is that's why they're aiding and love the economy coming back and look at the total war and how crazy this shares we're beginning to win but we can't be too confident we gotta be watching our six while trump would would just be going out there doing everything he could right now which he is but.
"overbrook" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"And you could see the utter devastation here hundreds of homes in this one subdivision you can see the burnedout vehicles and the chimneys and jake the forecast does call for more win tonight and tomorrow but hopefully as i said firefighters will begin making some progress you talked about that elderly couple that di jake just the details are so horrific they tried getting out in the middle of the night and the flames just overtook them jake and so horrible dan simon thanks so much joining me now is the sheriff of cinema county roberts your dino sheriff thanks so much for joining us big picture are you and the firefighters making any headway yet in fighting these fires my understanding is buyer is working hard and they are making headway at it i think the port methods out there for the community is that they are not contain and we're still working on protecting people live people from the damage that it did not overbrook yet and you've warned residents in cinema county not to return home until the evacuation orders had been lifted do you have any idea of how long that might be i don't at this point but what i will tell you we really want people back in their home did it a priority to but you down power lines hotspot beat the numberone concern but we're trying to get out there to check those area a mcalpine briefly this morning they want people back in their own it's possible cute we're all working diligently to get them back your county alone reported nine of the fifteen fire related deaths that are known in california as of right now according to dismantle county sheriff's office you have two hundred reports of people missing this time many of the wildfires are tearing through major populated cities such as santa rosa d fear that many people felt they would not be victims.
"overbrook" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"He he will probably be streamed a timer to this season let me ask you one more follow at there does it affect isaiah crowe well to have kaiser behind center overbrook or kessler isaiah carell yeah i mean usually when you've got a running quarterback at opens things up a little bit more now kaiser has the ability to run but he isn't necessarily a you know a running quarterback that since yeah i mean so i i think it i think it helps grow well in that same vein it could actually hurt do johnson a little bit because kaiser is much more of a down the field type of past thrower not necessarily when he came in hebron he was he was keeping a short he was keeping it tight right by the line to scream yeah it would be great if we had more i think that's you know people are as what are we watch for in preseason here's what you want to watch for in preseason week three w with kaiser gets that start is he checking the ball down is he looking to run early is he looking downfield because his tendencies you know those natural tendency is i think those will give us clues into should we look at this the field stretcher more or the you know the the running back with a check down running back which which option obviously who the quarterback is is going to have a tremendous effect on the fancy output for the rest of the team all right out of tampa the expectation is that seems will operate as the passing down at down back i want people to remember charles simms was a.
"overbrook" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Beloved update raids covered up five three traffic and weather together speaking the weather oh some of those thunderstorms are already leaving western massachusetts and don't forget that we have a severe thunderstorm watch up for central and western massachusetts as well as parts of new hampshire well it's been the only supermarket in hull for more than thirty years and now may be closed and because of a family court butte here's wbz's doug cope in in its doors riddle super marta man task of avid hall has been the only place endowed by of overbrook but now many shelves are empty and the future of the store is uncertain scott grew up here he says hall needs a food store i would how it would out retro in the way that i would riabev store but i'm sure of the biggest something in fact he worked at riddles when he was a kid he says hall comic rose argue i couldn't wait to get out of the down but now i'm i can't wait to get back into the the opening of the riddle stays and business or someone else buys the place in hall doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 another greyhounds run fast naturally but in the competitive world of greyhound dogracing some trainers will do anything to win case in point here twelve greyhounds have tested positive for cocaine in florida the dogs raced at best bet orange park near jacksonville the trainer caught his licence has been suspended much concern among scientist over the endangered population of north atlantic right wales.