17 Burst results for "Papa Bell"
"papa bell" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"No, I got to meet all of you. No, I'm just saying, I'm just chime and when I say stop, it is so good because no way set on the corner just stopped. I mean, all those people and and I would go to those games and I remember when my father's team the Negro also, our team played the white guys make right Major league players about in a slaughter. All those great right players who could play They would just beat them. They beat them like they own them. They'd be those white boys like they owned or, you know, I mean, they were vehement. But these guys are making all the money and make it all the money in the major leagues and had the main stand news. Oh, I remember when I met Stand Museum Stand museum was from ST Louis that well, he lived in ST Louis. He was until Sylvania, but he lived in ST Louis. And when I met him, I came back. These are you quickly troops, son. You're Quinton Truth, son. He said Yeah, and he was with Red Shane D's That day, and he said, Wow and Red Shandy said, Really? And he said, Yeah, I said, Yeah, he said, Wow, Your dad was a great player and all those great players and the jacket. You know, before Jackie Robinson, They said they would beat us all the time. They'd beat us every time they play against us, you know? Satchel Paige. There was there was this great story that when Satchel Paige played against the white, the white all stores he made everybody sit down. My dad was the catch of the day. You put everybody sit down. Besides, with that with but but him and my father and thereby sat down and he said he's going to strike out about any dead. He struck out. He struck out three straight people with nobody know, first base in those second base or no charts that no outfield nothing. And and he so on. My dad told me one day and he said I would have such a patient says West West West numbers Western. What's the numbers? You want? Tohave? What's the pitch is you don't throw, he said fast. Faster and faster than that. Yes, yes, Yes, said my father told me, he said every time he called Satchel Paige. He had away three or four sponges in his glove because his hand was so red. Go. Such a satchel do so hard. He threw so hard. It was just he said. He was your hand would be ruined after the game, you know? And quit You what you were saying to me that Some of the players you able to get to know. And they would come by the house. Yes. Tell me Tell my radio listening audience about cool Papa Bell will cool Papa Bell. I knew better than a lot of the three elements because he's from ST Louis. And scoop up a bell was so fast that that's where that saying goes, you Goodbye. Cool. Papa Bell was so fast he turned the switch The light off be in bed before light. Well, yes. You know, it was such a nice man to the nice man. He lived in a neighborhood where I lived, and and he would always talk to me. He would always tell me about Ah, all the players and then what they did and Ah, it just really kind kind of man. But I'll tell you one funny story. Satchel Paige came by the house. And you know such a page was was a fashion plate. He was? Yes, I lived Satchel Paige. I loved him. And at that time he loved me, too. So he had He came by one Sunday. My mother, My mother who's dead now and she was God bless you with 100 That 101 Dorothy Marshall and Dotty to Marshall Smith Troop Marshall because she remarried and she came, he came by. She came by one day. And I had this bay JJ double breasted suit on and I can see him right now. Clear it was friended. You know, he was so clean. He was clean. That's a that's a country san from down home. You don't even the South country and I think cleaning a broke dick dog. What does that mean? I didn't know that. Time's not a king William County, Virginia. That's where my family is from by Ueda and everything eaten, and he would they were drinking something from been only then drink wine. They drank whiskey. And a little whiskey. Because do you know what they were drinking? They would take a white lightning right in the one thing. I was young, but no whiskey from those stall. We had a homemade corn whiskey, But so so I ran up. I saw him come in, when the game anyone like that in a local church. I call him uncle that you used to pick me up and throw me up in the ad picked me up in the air. Little truth. How you doing? Little troupe are you doing and I don't have an aunt heard me and everything. So this particular Bay Sunday came comes by And I had been eaten something. I don't know what it was, but I had an upset stomach. So when he picked me up saying base, pseudo he picked me up and threw threw me up in the air and caught me and I threw up all always all of this.
"papa bell" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Hey. CBS NEWS Time. 1 15 Steve Vicar has sports three former presidents among the list of luminaries paying tribute to some of the greatest baseball players of all time. Including 35 Hall of Famers who played in the Negro leagues on this the 1/100 anniversary of the start of their run from 1920 into the early sixties. Here's Barack Obama a big White Sox fan. So here's the Satchel Paige. Josh Gifts Cool Papa Bell and everybody else, including three brave women who did us all proud. There was a great team names, too. Like the Chicago American Giants. Come think of a more fitting later for everyone. You suited up and George W. Bush, former owner of the Texas Rangers, when I was a kid, my favorite baseball players, Willie Mays, I could just imagine what baseball would have been like. Ted. The predecessors to really Mae's been able to play Major League Baseball, and Bill Clinton, a big fan of the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City. Satchel Paige. I love Byron Johnson from Arkansas who played for the Monarchs with Buck O'Neil in section and I love the people who made the movie. Jackie Robinson. I love Willie Mays. You're still my friend and I love my friends. Think you're a major league Baseball had planned today of tributes last Monday night, it all big league ballparks that would have been hosting games. At the sports desk. Steve Bigger KCBS write.
"papa bell" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Played in the Negro leagues on this the 1/100 anniversary of the start of their run from 1920 into the early sixties. Here's Barack Obama a big White Sox fan. So here's the Satchel Paige. Josh Gifts Cool Papa Bell and everybody else, including three brave women who did us all proud. There was a great team names, too. Like the Chicago American Giants. Come think of a more fitting later for everyone. You suited up and George W. Bush, former owner of the Texas Rangers, when I was a kid, my favorite baseball players, Willie Mays, I can just imagine what baseball would have been like and the predecessors to really maze. I have been able to play Major League Baseball and Bill Clinton, a big fan of the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City. Satchel Paige. I love Byron Johnson from Arkansas who played for the Monarchs with Buck O'Neil in section and I love the people who made the move. Jackie Robinson. I love Willie Mays. He's still my friend. And I love my friends. Think you're a major league Baseball had planned today of tributes last Monday night, it all big league ballparks that would have been hosting games at the Sports desk. Steve Bigger KCBS write some code. I'm ready to do what? No. One on my block stunt before. Forget that with no one in the world has done before. Since 2011 Internet essentials from Comcast has connected millions of people from low income homes.
"papa bell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Some of the best baseball's ever seen in this lock down season of empty stadiums, with no crowds cheer. Major league baseball improvised. I'm tipping my hat to the outstanding players of the Negro leagues, with some famous faces, tipping their caps to the Negro leagues on their 1/100 anniversary. I'm tipping my captain, my grandfather as well. Jerry Hairston Jr played in the big leagues. Part of the only three generation African American family of major leaguers before playing for the Chicago White Sox. His grandfather Sam played in the Negro leaks, they would entertain these white fans. But when it came to town to go get something to eat, or maybe stay at the hotel. They wouldn't allow them in the only way for African Americans to make money playing baseball before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947 the king of the mountain in the Negro Leagues produced players like Satchel Paige, Josh Gibson. And cool Papa Bell every bit the equal of white stars in talent. A band from demonstrating that on major league fields they called Josh skips and the black Babe Ruth. But many thought that Ruth should be called the White Gibson artist Kadeer Nelson has been tipping his cap in his own way for years. Painting Portrait CE of Negro Leaguers. What about the Negro League Ballplayers? Do you find heroic? They loved baseball so much that they were able to To create their own successful baseball league and changed in the hearts and minds of a great many, which is why so many are tipping their cap. Not.
"papa bell" Discussed on Only A Game
"Firm. He would wait for Winfrey's plane. He said, but Bank said at coming with you and after getting directions from the hotel, the two men set off on a trip to Chicago. They were told would take about seven hours. Despite banks's constant public display of good cheer merits and others who knew him well were aware of another more complicated side of his personality upon meeting. People banks would always ask a question in then follow up with more only later with those talking to him realize that he had not said a single word about himself. He'd asked me. How's that new restaurant doing are you going to run for office? Have you seen the mayor lately? Over the years, the people closest to banks learned that these questions and especially his two best known. Greetings, are you married? And how's your wife were a defense mechanism as long as he was asking questions? He didn't have to answer them. He was widely hailed as baseball's greatest ambassador. He exuded happiness and insisted there was nothing. He would rather do than play baseball. He never refused to give an interview or sign an autograph and his signature line beautiful day for a ballgame lets play to became a much quoted and much parodied part of the American vocabulary. But he would not talk about himself. But as the two men rode through the flat midwestern landscape banks began to talk and for the first time since mayor of had known him and the last he talked about himself. He talked about growing up as the oldest boy in a family of twelve in Dallas and the responsibilities that entailed once he had missed a year of school to help his father pick cotton. He talked about playing for the Kansas City monarch says the negro leagues were in their final years because the best young black players were following Jackie Robinson and the other pioneers into the major leagues he talked about. Buck O'Neil cool Papa bell and all the others who had missed their chance because they had been born to soon and how they compensated by teaching those who came after everything they knew he talked about the women in his life and the mistakes he had made with them one after another. He talked about his distant relationship with his three children and how he wished he had been a better father. He talked about his teammates. Would become as close as family during their playing days. He talked about Leo Durocher who had humiliated and mocked him. While Durocher was managing the cubs. And how he had responded with silence and runs batted in. He talked about the piercing disappointment of the cubs fabled faded.
"papa bell" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Short is insufficient. So I'm gonna take the next few hours, and to continue to be pretty pissed off about this can certainly look at our offer and say in some elements at superior, so I don't know what the trainer was. I do not want to say this only comes down the money. I know that we were aggressive, and I know our offer was extremely competitive. And I know I'm standing right now disappointed at it. And get it done. Many Machado will play third base for the Padres. They're not expected to be a contender this year. But they do have some pretty good pieces in place and should be a factor in the National League West and a couple of seasons. Meanwhile, sad news done nukem parts wearing Brooklyn dodger pitcher one of the first African Americans to play in the big leagues. A rookie of the year award winner on MVP and a Cy Young award winner died after a long and happy life. Nukem started with great dodger teams in Brooklyn back in the nineteen v. But he said that there should have been opportunities earlier for such stars as Josh Gibson, buck, Leonard and cool Papa bell. It was a tragedy with Josh Gibson and some of the others tragedy at the time they had such prejudice in major league baseball. And these mending you the chance to play baseball at that time, and then along came Jackie and myself, and ROY and Larry Doby in the major leagues the doors open where you could play now. And if you had the talent and an old man by the name of sexual page came in with the Cleveland Indians in the American League in nineteen fifty became rookie of the year in the American League. Don Newcombe was ninety two years old when he died he went one hundred and forty nine games and was a four-time all-star sports at fifteen and forty five news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time to eighteen with a look at traffic.
"papa bell" Discussed on WTVN
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"papa bell" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Six hundred dollars a month as a negro leagues, best paid player. And he was making that coin over there. He also had a budget of thirty thousand dollars to recruit more players. So of course, he's gonna do it because he's getting social pages being treated like shit in America, you know? So he goes over to the DR where, yeah, there's horrible. Dictator is ruling the country, but he's treating black people better than they're getting treated in their own country. So now I wanted to read this to you because I thought it was fascinating because satchel page. He recruited a lot of players in these names are pretty awesome. Ooh, give it to me. Okay, so there's Herman Andrews, Harry Williams Lea, ROY, Matlock, Sam, Bankhead and then my personal favorite. Cool. Papa bell. Ooh, yes. I feel like I want him to be my uncle cool. Papa bell, cool. Pop band, this coupon. He was even able to get the negro leagues best hitter. This guy named Josh Gibson, Josh Gibson. Was called the black Babe, Ruth, and was kit considered by some to be better than Babe Ruth. But because segregation prevented a two from ever playing, nobody ever knows. Interesting, right. See segregation always be fucking things now we'll never know. I'm really wanted to bring up this whole point of segregation equals bad because recently recently, in case you forgot which people have because on Fox News, this one guy named Tucker, Tucker, Carlson. He has been talking about how diversity is because a lot of politicians Republicans and Democrats have been saying diversity is one of our best showcases to this country. And you saying, is it really? Yes. He's asking once when people don't have a baseline of similarities in say, marriage or the military or working place, how are they supposed to connect? This is on Fox News..
"papa bell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is inside cardinals nation on camera wax. My guest is Bob Kendrick who runs the negro leagues. Baseball museum NTN to city. Hey, Kramer nation. Meet cardinals nation at your nearest white castle. We continue my conversation with Bob Kendrick. Can I put you on the spot? Okay. So you're you got buck O'Neil. You got satchel. You've got Josh Gibson. You got all these great names. Cool Papa bell. When you hear all these stories. Let's talk best hitter. People say, Josh Gibson. I I'd have to go. Okay. I have to go Josh. Because when you look at what Josh did. And he was doing it as a catcher this incredible combination of power and average see sometimes you get lost in the power. Right. We forget that Gibson was a great hitter. Lifetime. Batting average of three fifty four Seattle to mess that up. I always think the power and in head to head competition against major leaguers and countless exhibition games. Over four twenty while to go with that big bat. So he wasn't just a big bet and he didn't strike out a lot. No Josh was that kind of hit who might strike out twenty twenty five times in a season. Buck O'Neil would describe him in this way. And if you can envision this. Josh Gibson had the eyes of Ted Williams and the power of Babe Ruth road into one dynamic packet his house where loud loud out. Yeah. As buck would say to third baseman and shortstop were damn near left. You could get killed. It basically said if you wanna to go round. The best pitcher satchel. There were a lot of great pitchers in the negro leagues. There's only one satchel Paige, right? And for me. Yeah. They're guys who stuff may have been just as good. Nobody was better though. But when you talk about the complete package when you talk about longevity, great, stuff charisma as only one satchel pay. Absolutely our just sharing here recently this week marks the anniversary of him playing in Saint Louis for the St Louis Browns, and he pitches a twelve inning one to nothing shutout over the Detroit. Tigers Dan, he was supposed to be forty six years old at that. Right. If you believe that he was born in nineteen zero six, which I absolutely do not believe, right? He was more closer to fifty to fifty six. He was forty six at that time twelve any one to nothing shutout. He struck out nine gave up seven hits. And the most remarkable surprising on this that like he walked to people sat rarely ever walked his likely were intentional walk right in that game at eight. Forty six. Just incredible. Well, he makes it to Austar games as a member of Saint Louis Brown. Right. Yeah. He he's named the two all star teams well into his forties with Saint Louis Browns. How old do you think he really was modest believe he was at least ten years old any claim? Yeah. At least here, and you can rest assured they released no less than five years older than what he claimed. But most believe us at least ten and of course, being the savvy businessman that he was he played that a up to the hill. He milked it for everything he could get out of it. And and it it added to the lore and legend of this great ball player, but I can tell you now. Nobody pissed that baseball any better than Saturn. That may have been some that. Whereas good nobody was better than south paid cool Papa bell. We, you know, so many of our fans and Saint Louis can be listening. So give me an idea of what this guy was like how good he was never wanted to tell me. They gotta street there in Saint Louis as name for him. And I believe the speed limit on that street. Probably thirty to thirty five miles per hour. That's too slow. Slow basically had a section of the freeway name. Beyond having the greatest nickname. I believe. Yeah. In baseball history coup Papa was outstanding. He's one of the stars of the negro leagues. And he's also one of those transcending stars that name went mainstream. You know, you knew that name cool and subtle and Josh. He was everything that they said he was and then some he came to Saint Louis as a pitcher. And as fate would have it. He hurt his off. And when he hurt his arm. They moved them to the outfield and the rest is history. He used that blazing speed to run down everything in the outfield. Didn't have a great throwing on because he had hurt his arm, but he had a very quick release. And because of the great speed he could play so shallow that you couldn't bloop it in front of him. And unless you hit it over on a rope. You couldn't get it over his head. Switch primarily about it off the left side. So he's running out of the box. Yeah. And so this the stories of his speed are just leading dairy. And this is the honest to God truth. Cool Papa bell twice scored from first base on a bunt in exhibition games against major league Allstars. Yeah. And one time it was satchel page who dropped the. But is that right? Well, cool just never stopped running. Yeah. So the major leaguers really hadn't seen this before. And so the pitcher didn't back up home plate intact could get there before before who got it by the time the catching the third baseman fit field converse to feel a ball third baseman. Guided threw the ball to first base cool was rounding third. He's incredible easily. It's incredible. And they're always been a lot of fast guys. Matter of fact, we have fast guys here. The other day from your ballclub Willie McGee. Yeah. Yeah. So at Vince Coleman, so the cardinals no speed absolutely history of guys who could run but buckle meals said the difference between cool Papa bell and the other fast guys was his uncanny and amazing ability to cut that bag on the inside. Where most guys gotta take that big round here. He says cool is only inside of the bag, and Dan buck said that cool would be so low to the ground that he could literally smack the bag with his hand and not fall. Incredible. It isn't it? Is physics define is what it is. Yes. But again, I think every now and then somebody comes along they born to do what they do Saturday was born to piss dot ball. Cool was given a little something that the rest of us. Just didn't have you know, what I mean? And so he was he was special. Yeah. All those guys that you just name were special. How many of the current major leaguers come by? We're getting more and more. We're giving. Delight to my absolute delight because it used to be that I would have to try to call two teams. Yes. And say God we in town. Why don't you come on? By one extent has invitation for you come back. But now more and more guys are calling me saying, hey, I got guys who wanna come by the museum. Can you be there to meet him? And the answer is. Yes, I will be there to me Mike Claiborne from your team. Of course, brought down some guys this week. And we had just a wonderful time. I don't know how much they knew about the negro leagues prior to the visit. They had heard about the negro leagues is hard to play ball there and Saint Louis and walk past that statue of cool Papa bell at least not have some recognition of the negro leagues. But I think yesterday when they delved and I said yesterday on Thursday of this week when they delve into this story at a much deeper meaningful fashion, they were blown away. Yeah. Yeah. They were blown away. They were blown away by the circumstances in which these men had to play this game young kids. Don't even know they can't fathom an America that was divided by color. Right. Yeah. They may. Racism in their life, but they won't experience. Segregation. And so yes, segregation through the eyes of young people are summarized quite simply that was dumb. And they're right. It was dumb. But that was the way that our country was and we've continuously and perpetually evolved from that. Even though we still got work to do. We still have a lot of work to do in this country as it relates to race relations. And if they're going to be asked to kind of carry that mantle than they have on at least have some understanding that life had always been as good as it is today for some of the citizens. So you can imagine a look on their faces when they come in and see segregate sections at ballpark, and you could go to jail for sitting in a row section of a ballpark or drinking from the wrong water fountain or using the wrong restroom, and as we both know going to jail with some of the good things that happen. A lot of people lost their lives for breaking those simple societal standards. And so what we attempt to do here to negro leagues. Baseball museum is take segregation complex subject matter. Difficult for us as an adult to understand no less our children and try to simplify it by telling it through the eyes of these enormously talented black baseball players who just wanted to play ball. And so we had a great time on Thursday just walking around telling lies. But they were fascinated by it, and and really intelligent young people. And so they were no really delving into this in a much deeper capacity. Then sometimes some of the athletes do when they come there. So amazed by some of the artifacts, and those kinds of things particularly old equipment. Yeah. There you see the evolution. Yeah. You know, you see these old wooden shin guys and they took him aback Woodson. Yeah. They were wooden bagging right back in the day. And then you see there's oh chest protected. I really wasn't much of it and protect a whole lot. No. It was there. But and so always fascinated by that. But I think they to enjoy the stories that we share and many of these stories there's stories that the lake right buck O'Neil shared with me first hand, and I get to share them with a new generation of baseball players, and it never gets old about. No, it doesn't..
"papa bell" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Completely memorized you know there's a papa bell citing mike bell he's watching yeah hey now he says some actually really fucking awesome isn't like that we're sorry he said something really awesome sorry sir he said he just wants to remind everyone to be who they are not dia copy of someone they look up to you yeah i mean he's he's taught me a lot of those a lot of those things part of the part of the reason why people you know have looked up to a babe ruth mohammed ali mike tyson michael jordan and bo jackson in any political figure you can think of george washington or anybody we make monuments of they'll have like one thing in common and the main thing they have in common is that they're normally trying to make sure it's accurate yeah they're they're almost always original almost always pioneers of whatever it is that you're talking about and they do things that people look at and they scratch your head and i'm like you know elon musk buying rockets from like russia you know and elon musk you know the years ago america looked at how much it would cost to go to mars and they were like it's five hundred billion dollars in like we don't have five hundred billion dollars that's a lot of money we can't figure that out any lan musk is like you know what i don't care how much it costs we're going to try to figure it out and so he rather than looking at the hurdle or rather than looking at the obstacle i think people look at obstacles if they're fucking brick walls and they should really look at him as if they're hurdles it's not going to be easy to get over it but if you get enough momentum you can jump over that bitch right so i think that's the way people need to try to view some of these things.
"papa bell" Discussed on WTVN
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"papa bell" Discussed on KELO
"Yeah throughout the so it's kind of a waxed and wayne catch i did that i look i grew up religious now my family right bank that but i bet come thirteen on a good but we to but it didn't get increased yeah buddy so court the belief that i had a girl and that that probably couldn't have been and so and with that came before the at the answer belief about where are eric okay and so i just kind of a hint about it might be go to happen yeah like that but found spirit that don't quite make it that maybe get stuck in the model coyle so to speak on the puck broke about go to that seemed like ryan papa bell thing that happen yeah if you had a knee down at that point and that gable even go i think i'm added that i'm not sure a curtain me weapon quote dot to the idea had you had a knee experiences growing up that you would categorize as as supernatural or perriman will have that's an early religious experience is that they were you know kind of model register the capital are if you well more than yeah it's clean edges for for the listeners what what do you mean by something with the capital are yeah i think i don't know i picked up at about it they didn't get out of they were more brought on by like that being him being him shirts.
"papa bell" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"Nineteen he but his love the lady he's about to ask a question has that easy why don't are on the line in t shirt form i was going to make that now now i i no one time guy joseph is that he from a leeman has back in high school tonight now it's not then speaking elliott now how and league a delay at the end of the finale what are some of the be taken a message is yeah so generations later on all continue to keep getting on the show servais they watch it twenty thirty forty years later slang should here authentic self and i would say also for young women that they really know an understand and get inside themselves deeply that they're beauty comes from someplace else that has absolutely nothing to do with the way they look like the way the culture tells them that they have to look and i hope that we really take and it can play and and and and american with papa bell for such a long time and that also that the other the ones that we schein and push away and particularly meal to be take you community that we began to understand that the bigotry is our own that it is not about person and that we stop and that we and we and the bigotry and we and the shining of out there and i think that's been a big message for betting the the other wow you know mode obviously give us is very fine me sex the but environment to play and and yes it was camp and caddie and did she and fabulous.
"papa bell" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"papa bell" Discussed on Culinary Foolinary
"And then you need to get and he is like when the words yeah you get in sell people because when you bite into a but you pretty much papa bell putting him off at all by that this is but you papa then kind with the soon to be listener since likely the traditional way a lot of people that it is they will take the super all black put in this tonight they provide what's that is really for the purpose right put the dalton in nets boom and then you break to open a little bit what your chops text right and just let the suit slow in tuesday right taste assume or get a little bit out of it takes to serve it's amazing and then you get the doubling what's that because if you just popped up later start by the end of the football full stupidity not expect an edge native spink some out of those like you don't it's going to be solid side but you could just amazing played reverse so it's been so also goods case with the suit taste like because it's always yeah you know the lehigh we do with when you first get that ball using what it's case that off for it's just get along slater of it as a hint of what's to come before you make some rethink and and that gives you a key it's like what the less routes upset about whether the after it i really like pursue on him i mean so the flavor that's going incident brault is what makes the right you know i'm a dumb playing guy anyway like i feel like i've i love the chief chinese food we don't flings and you get you know you know whether this team try or whatever so this is like that on the level of thousand you know you know could just so you could tell edition which care put into every aspect of it you you can tell that they likes team into a certain point nine just steaming just this team it just to say that it seemed as i get it done to a certain point the l to me it's our por chops like bate they they season due to a certain point then it's all tender to a certain point like you like you look at it and it looks like what what a poor chapa supposed.
"papa bell" Discussed on KPAM 860
"Hello have a question for paul yeah i do not play he in may and you know i haven't clear go ahead i might be in my connection having a papa bell the question about you know to the question is going to win fan so some people told me then they picked you know better than of our passion i what you talk about an earlier and i think i mean you know it well you know i think if you with a pair because there you didn't belong to yeah you know as a process food i think what's assault on their their and then the the question if they but i'm not going to be well you know we've got i'm out in buddy and leave might have a problem to you i took part at that what is the but i make that that that chihuahua bones up on the subject you like that yeah yeah but you know the the problem is is the reason why that story gets told us because it's always you know it's it's isolated to some degree i'm when i say salt doesn't matter it it does matter and you just you just spoke to one reason why it matters but but the it's it's it's process salt it's the table salt where you know the the essential mineral is have been but basically he did out of it for some you know just so it pours freeway and and and that's a problem and then of course the process.
"papa bell" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"A papa bell real some of them actually take them in and they try and do what they can but the fact is that that little prone amir might people living with four hundred over the years but a hundred years is well being one to the point where people have to think twice about going for the beach whim maybe not jack i have an article it's funny that came out today milan italy over run by invasion of thousands of immigrants now that other countries of closed off their there pathways borders now closed often france austrian switzerland they used to comes to italy and move right through italy now they're staying in italy and they have so over run the beautiful city and no one that it's become a sasha pull that didn't people and milan don't know what to do with fifty percent of all migrants entering italy applying for asylum in the country it appears that was to push three point three percent would want to stay in italy now it's fifty percent of all migrants what are playing for asylum in the country and you see refugee ten camps at key border point such as spent the media on the french border chiasso in the swiss border the brenner pass connecting italy with austria thousands and thousands of migrants converging on milan the local citizens or up in arms and they say milan is now on the verge of collapse because there were no search social services they said they are not refugees their illegal immigrants who must be sent home that's lombardi's president roberta marrone but wait i ready for this some of them want devin there oh vocal supporter of them is a man named bet based salo who has proposed building more structures to accommodate more and more waves of immigrants why would you want to do that tell me why a guy like milan smae a bet by solid would want to do that all the money it's because there's lots of money to be made by that and of course was the same answer in america catholic charities lou the reds family services jewish family services they care less about the country.