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"ray room" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"ray room" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"I could feel his is turning into my hat. Code word is going to be nachos that's never covered but at least the arm break happened on neutral ground because we got imagine. Because you you you already feel guilty enough with not early neutral. Because it's shannon's mom's on on all right now to. She feels so terrible. It was such an accident but do you guys ever have that happen to you though. Where if somebody gets hurt at one of the houses and stuff like that divorced couple everybody. Mealy looks with side. I like where you're watching were you were you paying attention. What's going on erica. i was about. I was just read for first grade. And i was with my aunt and i was at one of those kids. Gyms and i broke my arm in two places like lucy and I had to get taken away in an ambulance and They broke i. They set my arm but it was like a holiday weekend orthopedist and to leave and said it wrong. A couple days later i had to go back in and get it re broken so my mom was like i remember. She told me that. I was like in really good spirits or my aunt said until i thought my mom who likes that little people in the x. Ray room and i just like buckled down. And i apologize for breaking my arm but i also just wanted to say that sheni shouldn't feel too bad. 'cause my husband broke his wrist as a kid and his mom is a nurse and she didn't think that he had broken it because kids sometimes don't swell like adults to broken phones and stuff. Yeah so she let him walk around with a broken wrist for like four days. Not a bad. Thank you eric. I appreciate that you know what else i thought of. When i was a kid my two younger sisters night..

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"ray room" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

09:16 min | 9 months ago

"ray room" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"A big deal. Considering a team started the year eleven and eleven straight weeks of winning followed by two straight weeks of losing and all the sun my lord. The sky is falling. The steelers are in a completely terrible place. And i know that partially sounds like sarcasm but that partially is the legitimate truth right now as we speak the pittsburgh steelers are really in a tough spot. They basically lost any potential at a first round bye. They have the cleveland browns hot on their tail for the afc north title. Still and as you look through the remainder of the steelers schedule there's a ton of opportunities to start stacking ws to end this season. All it is quite a bit concerning the steelers. I'm sure they can still finish the year extremely strong and get get some things. Turn around and pick up some victories as year. Winds out and do eventually be crowned. Afc north champions but that being said the steelers have a massive issue and a massive hole right now and that is the offense side of the football before even talk about the offense. Let's talk about the defense for a second. Because despite all the injuries nobod- depre- note seven. Bush know joe haden net loss game no robert splaine bins. Williams out due to covid really. The list just goes on and on about the guys that they've they've been missing especially this past week against the buffalo bills you look at all these injuries and the defense still managed to have an outstanding day against the washington football team and against the buffalo bills defense really stepped up and somehow the steelers weren't able to finish off either those games coming up with two losses both teams. The steelers at their offense played as well as they did. In those first eleven games would have walked away victory. Okay maybe maybe we should take that back because the offense still wasn't Wasn't very good against the baltimore. Ravens in that eleven victory. However you still were victorious. Those first ten games like when you look at the steelers offense the last three weeks of the year. There's obviously to major concerns. The first one being all the drop passes specifically diontae. Johnson and eric ebron the second being the lack of a running game. Which when you're the pittsburgh steelers. That is a serious serious issue. You look at this team and you think to yourself They have a ton of targets. They got a lot of weapons and through really ten game this season then all this burgers are really able to fire. It will do despite having one or two guys maybe out any given week all sudden chase claypool disappear in the offense the steelers no longer run those jet action motions. That was kind of famous in that matt. Canada kind of role. Who knows really where he is in this coaching arcane anymore. You look james washington. Who is the solid number four. That got a couple of looks a game. Deontay was that number one guy. He was getting a ton of targets when he was healthy dante johnson was getting the ball thrown his way. An outstanding amount of times and ben roethlisberger was starting to grow some chemistry with the and he was starting to look like potentially number one wide receiver for the pittsburgh steelers. Then there's juju smith schuster whose basically done the same thing weaken week out all year long. He's not. He's not quite on a touchdown per game pace. But juju smith schuster his stat line most seasons about six perceptions about fifty yards and potentially touchdown half the time really juju scoring basically half these games. That's what you're getting. Those four receivers railway mcleod probably picks up a catcher to hear there. He picks up twenty to thirty yards. Is that kind of gadgetry. Type player eric. Ebron was a solid check down that assure. He had the drought problems in the past. But he really hadn't shown it in pittsburgh yet and vance mcdonald. He usually only one target of game but he sure that cough those passes. Now all of a sudden chase claypool disappeared. Juju still do his thing. he's been fine diontae johnson. Has this insane drop problem james washington. He's caught the passes and made some plays but he's just getting targets anymore. The same with ray room mcleod doesn't get the ball thrown his way. Nearly ever the only guys that seemingly get the ball throwing their weight. Diontae johnson and eric ebron and for whatever reason that's where all the drops coming from vance mcdonald rarely yoon plays on offense anymore. It's it's one of those things where you look at this team. You say to yourself what is going. I wanna hear what happened during that ravens week. That this offense completely sputtered and forgot. How did you virtually anything. There hasn't been a ton of injuries. Sure the team lost markey's penalty due to covid for the past two weeks. But he came back to the bills game and that sparked absolutely nothing james conner. He started the year with a couple of hundred yard game. Same with benny snell even picked up one hundred yards against the new york giants steelers were running the ball finest start the year now all of a sudden they smacked up against a brick wall. What happened in this team. The steelers offense before when it seemed to have that more of a matt canada kind of effect with it. They're running the ball better. They might have been struggling throwing the ball a little bit but in those situations when the steelers needed to throw the ball that's when ben roethlisberger kind of took over and did his short passing thing but because of that kind of mechanical effect on the offense and that kind of those speeding option type plays and all those kind of rpo actions and all those those other things that the steelers were doing is opening up. That kind of that kind of short passing game for ben rothlisberger in this in those situations now teams. Don't even have the game plan against that. Everything's kind of wonky with the steelers. It doesn't really make any sense. Part of that to me screams at ben rothlisberger didn't like doing what the mack canada thing was and basically a. I'm not in that locker room but just by watching it. I am firm firmly saying that everything that was put in from that matt candidate scheme that he was running in years past is completely been thrown in the garbage. This team's not running any of that anymore and they haven't read any of it. in weeks. Steelers were successful against the jaguars and they didn't run any of that kind of stuff. Probably as early as that week and it might have even started against the cincinnati. Bengals the week before that. It really doesn't make any sense why this team has completely got away from it unless you look at the starting quarterback in by no means. Am i saying ben. Rothlisberger shouldn't be the guy anymore. Sure he made some poor throws and occasionally his arm doesn't look like it's a strong once was and there. That's something that's something. That happens these veteran quarterbacks. As they get older. And you see with tom. Brady and philip rivers and so on and so forth. He's not at that peyton. Manning peyton manning level where pain completely lost his arm one hundred percent when the when the broncos won fifty is defense carried him all the way their pain manny had a wet spaghetti noodle of an arm at the end of his run. Better author spurs nor close that level. He's still got some zip on the ball and you see on quite a few passes week in and week out up being said ben. Rothlisberger has been making more strange decisions with the football. And it's been more careless and more of that classic type ben in recent weeks. Those i what eight weeks seen scene. I think ben roethlisberger only threw three interceptions or four interceptions. It was and three of them. Were one game now. All of a sudden benzes kind of been dialing him up. And i think he's had four and four weeks or maybe five teams are really starting to figure out the short passing attack in one of the things with that a lot of fans wanna point the finger and blamed the play calling blaming this and that and i'm all for that too. Playcalling really has been putrid uncreative. And it's been just flat out predictable. But what is tied to all this one mr benjamin todd or office burger and his his friendship and loyalty to randy cnor. Who of course are really close friends. We seen ben rothlisberger with offensive coordinators. That he hasn't liked in the past such as taught haley and that nearly brought ben rothlisberger to retirement. He was so fed up with playing todd. Haley who would yell back. Push ben roethlisberger. That he flat out said he didn't know whether or not he wanted. Continue to play football anymore. Taught haley's contract expires. He moves on ben rothlisberger. All of a sudden wants to play into his forties. So really we all know better office per one of those drama king type guys..

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"ray room" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"ray room" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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I says lying in the video I've never lied, but let's go. Yeah. No I got a text message here about Cameron. Grimes. Person says he's incredible. That's all I can say needs to be pushed to them on. The Bar Mitzvah Triangle Pop Regal without years that. So, what I'm GonNa do is I'm going to give the short version this 'cause I got a lot to say tonight. All right. But in general. The camera grimes. Dexter. Love match. was into. Parts okay. The first. Haunted House of horror part was. They were actually in a house somewhere. Okay. The second part they were doing some wrestling moves in the ring. Now. Justified US here I'll get to justify him tell my thoughts. So this Dexter loomis character I've ranted and raved for months now. A right guy does a good job playing a character. He's playing a character that sucks and pro wrestling to disaster. It's a calamity. Okay. But you know what? Picture loomis is a creep in a horror movie. That's his character. So maybe I'm the only one. But when they were in the house. And they put the big splash graphic about the screen haunted house of horror whatever there's blood dripping off of it. It was a spoof. On every awful horror movie ever and you know they gave us an awful horror movie. I got what was advertised in that segment. Dexter loomis he just had to be a creepy serial killer. Cameron grimes is fantastic. No, it was nowhere near as good as the bone yard match, but it was a lot closer to the bone yard match then anything else and quite frankly quite frankly dexter in the haunted house of horrors in a bad horror flick in a horrible b-movie is better than when he's in the ring. So I did not hate in any way. The first part where they were just doing a awful horror movie. That's supposed to be a awful horror movie. Okay. But then. Then they go back to the building and they get in the ring. Well. Now it's supposed to be a wrestling match. And what do we have? We have. Smoke randomly rising from the ring, the ring on fire. We have zombies. We have literal zombies, undead people getting into the ring. Decks loomis now needs to be a professional wrestler doing this gimmick. Once again, it became a calamity. So I don't have the words on this National Radio Show to express my hatred for what happened when they ended up in the ring together. But as far as when they were in the House to know or movie whatever grapevine. As the three minutes is supposed to be bad. It was supposed to be a movie. Once you get in the ring and you start doing this crap. No I don't like it. That's my thoughts on the haunted house of war I swung both ways. Do you still As far as comparing it to the WRESTLEMAINIA match with. Bray Wyatt Johnson that wasn't a match that was a Vignette but Brian. So. If you're telling me that after everything that they did in the Wrestlemainia main event if they would have stumbled to the ring and without zombies gotten a pin would that have changed your mind on the match listen Mike I'm just going off of your if you trove add match if you love. The Bray White Johnson and match good for you. But? The only way. To even begin to suspend your disbelief for the John A match..

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"ray room" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So because We have a lot of actual fans who watch the program by a lot. I mean, basically it's Laurel Margo. Two or three other we know they're. Yard where fans and also how few of them are. It's not great. You guys nevertheless because they're watching and because we have the Matt Walsh. The theocratic fascists himself on the show I know that people will be devastated if we don't have one Protestant Catholic argument. Yeah. So what I I'm just going to go at it. There's no place for you. In this conversation my friend What I want to talk about actually is the Catholicism why the pope is terrible go. I mean the papers. Off Martin, Luther deserves the theme song. If he has one, I don't know what it is. No what I want to talk about is the Catholicism of Democrats because we live in a country where every democrat? Is Catholic every every pro-abortion Democrat in the country is Catholic. Now to my understanding, you're not even allowed to basically half of them aren't even allowed to take communion Catholic churches nevertheless, what what is it? About You can answer the I'm I'm setting it up as being a jerk because of our protestant-catholic debates but I'm actually very curious about it. They don't take this as as a jab I. Wonder how the relationship between Democrat politicians and Catholicism is why one wields the other? Building, which meant. I was just GONNA look up. The I. Didn't have a chance to look statistics how many Democrats are Catholic Protestant 'cause I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure there are more products The more products. than. But Catholics are split it. If you look at just Democrats, they're more Protestant. But if you look at Catholics for some reason, they split fifty fifty even though the Catholic Church does not permit you to support many of the things the democratic but I guess what I would say to what I would say in all in all sincerity is that yes, there may very well be more Protestant Democrats in the May very well be more or an equal number of Catholics who are Republican but that's not really the question. The question is about immigrant politicians who? WHO Who operate against your everything that the church stands for and everyone Nevertheless, willed Catholicism. Somewhat. Unique Alley. Yeah I, think I, think the I. Think the reason there are few reasons for but these are first of all of these are sort of like. Catholics that were grandfathered in you know they they. We know as the Democrat Party has shifted. And we know that you know the the their their grandparents and their family has been Catholic but So as a shift and dinner has happened, it also has happened in the church in America and and you're part of the problem is you you point out a lot of these Democrats aren't supposed to be taking communion or or they can't take and that's that's true I mean none of them should be taken communion because they all support open sand they're all committing the sin of scandal. Immortal sin by supporting abortion. So not a single one of them is allowed to take communion, but the problem is precisely that almost all of them are it's it's very rare that you hear about one of these guys actually being turned down communion and when it does happen, the thing is that the priest who does ship that town because a lot of these bishops in America today are basically bureaucrats not a-, not not that far from the Democrat politicians themselves. So I think the rules were actually enforced. And these Democrats had to endure the humiliation of being turned down for communion and that sort of thing and actually being rebuked by their bishops. Then I, don't think you're going to have as many Democrats identify themselves as Catholic but that doesn't happen. So they identify themselves because they can no one. No one stops them. Yeah. I mean Joe. Biden is obviously an apostate who does not believe in the face and. He is obviously in a state of grave mortal sin as mad just mentioned this synapse scandal but you see it even beyond the abortion question, it is not acceptable for faithful Catholics to support socialism, you can't do it. There have been many papal encyclicals on this topic, Ray Room Navarro, a quote apology missionaries Goes on and on and on you cannot read the catechism of the Catholic Church. The trouble is there are many people who identify as Catholic who don't really believe in the faith part of this may be because the Catholic church in the Christian tradition believes an infant baptism whereas more modern iterations of protestantism over the last two or three hundred years have rejected infant baptism to varying degrees. Many Protestants do support infant baptism. So when it comes to more evangelical or modern Christian Protestant denominations, they believe that it requires this. Act of will that you have to do when you're twenty years older twenty, five years old and so you're much more conscious of it. One thing you'll notice is the most conservative in the country very often will be Catholics if you think people like Bill Buckley Phyllis Schlafly Russell, Kirk, all these guys are often Catholic and yet there are so many liberal politicians Mario Cuomo Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi who at least say that they're Catholic but they're not one thing that I would appoint to for these really conservative. Catholics. Reverts or they're all converts there people who did either float away from the faith and then they came back to it. Or they chose it from some other religion and therefore they're thinking very consciously about it. I wish that these polls reflected and these politicians reflected people who actually practice the faith versus people who are are merely identifying in that way in the same way that someone like Douglas would identifies Christian atheist which is obviously preposterous but it is getting it something alluding to a history or tradition or an aesthetic and Ben you could probably speak to this. Very clearly between people who practice Judaism and people who are merely say ethnically Jewish but actually believe anything about Judaism and. We don't have any of this. We just paypal poised to have sex with our wives, right? Come on come how Come up at some point but listen I love love to carry on this conversation and also answer a bunch of questions from our users over at the daily wire only and all access member use the Promo Code Access get your twenty percent off and join us along with the leash across as we..

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"ray room" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"So because we have a lot of actual fans who watch the program and buy a lot. I mean, basically it's Laurel Margo two or three other. Fans and also have a few of them there. It's not great. You guys nevertheless because they're watching and because we have the Matt Walsh. The theocratic fascists himself on the show I know that people will be devastated if we don't have one Protestant Catholic. Yeah. So what I I'm just GonNa see over here again though at it. There's no place for you in this conversation my friend. What I want to talk about actually is the Catholicism's why the pope is terrible go. So I'm in the papers. Martin Luther D- deserves theme song. If he has one I don't know what it is No. I want to talk about is the Catholicism of Democrats because we live in a country where every Democrat Is, Catholic. Every every pro-abortion Democrat in the country is Catholic. Now. To my understanding, you're not even allowed to basically half of them aren't even allowed to take communion Catholic churches nevertheless, what what is it? About You can answer this either way I'm I'm setting it up as a being jerked because of our protestant-catholic debates I'm actually very curious about it. So don't take this as as jab I wonder what the relationship between Democrat politicians and Catholicism is why one wields the other which is building which Matt? I was just going to look up the I didn't have a chance to look up statistics. How many Democrats are Catholic products I'm pretty sure we're pretty sure there are more Protestants what an object. While but Catholics are split I. If you look at Just Democrats, they're more Protestant. But if you look at Catholics for some reason, they're split fifty fifty even though the Catholic Church does not permit you to support many of the things the democratic but I guess what I would say to what I would say in all in all sincerity is that yes, there may very well be more Protestant Democrats in the May. Very well, be more or an equal number of Catholics who are Republican, but that's not really the question. The question is about immigrant politicians who Who who operate against everything that the church stands for and? About Nevertheless Willed Catholicism somewhat unique. Yeah I. Think I think the I think the reason there are few reasons for these are first of all of these are sort of like legacy Catholics I'm grandfathered in the you know they they. We know. So as the Democrat Party has shifted. And we know that you know the their their grandparents and their family has been Catholic but So as a shift and Democrat Party has happened, it also has happened in the church in America and and part of the problem is you point out a Lotta these Democrats aren't supposed to be taking communion or or they can't take him in and that's that's true. I mean none of them should be taken communion because they all support open. Sin They're all committing the sin of scandal mortal sin by supporting abortion. So not a single one of them is allowed to take communion but the problem is precisely that almost all of them are it's very rare that you hear about one of these guys actually being turned down communion and when it does happen, the thing is that the priest who does it is ship data town because a lot of these bishops in America today are basically bureaucrats. Not Not not that far from the Democrat politicians themselves. So I think if the rules are actually enforced. And these Democrats had to endure the humiliation of being turned down for communion and that sort of thing and actually being rebuked by their bishops then I don't think you're gonNA. Have as many Democrats identifying themselves as Catholic. But that doesn't happen. So they identify themselves that way because they can no one. No one stops them. Yeah I mean Joe Biden is obviously an apostate who does not believe in the face and he he is obviously the state of grave mortal sin. As mad just mentioned this synapse scandal, but you see it even beyond the abortion question it is not acceptable for faithful Catholics to support socialism. You can't do it. There have been many papal encyclicals on this topic. Ray Room. Navarro a quote. Apostolic Meneres testing was honors. I mean it goes on and on you cannot do read the catechism of the Catholic Church. The trouble is there are many people who identify as Catholic don't really believe in the faith part of this May. Be Because the Catholic Church in the Christian tradition believes an infant baptism whereas more modern iterations of protestantism over the last two or three hundred years have rejected infant baptism to varying degrees. Many Protestants do support infant baptism. So when it comes to more evangelical or modern Christian Protestant denominations they believed that it requires this active will that you have to. You're twenty years old or twenty, five years old and so you're much more conscious of it. One thing you'll notice is the. Most conservative people in the country very often we'll be Catholics I if you think people like Bill Buckley, Phyllis Schlafly Russell Kirk. These guys are often Catholic and get so many liberal politicians, Mario Cuomo, Joe, Biden, Nancy, Pelosi who at least say that they're Catholic but they're not one thing that I would appoint to for these really conservative. Catholics is they're all reverts or they're all converts. There are people who did either float away from the faith and then they came back to it. were, they chose it from some other religion and and therefore they're thinking very consciously about it. I wish that these polls reflected and these politicians reflected people who actually practice the faith versus people who are or merely identifying way in the same way that someone like Douglas Murray would identify as a Christian, which is obviously preposterous but it is getting it something alluding to a history or tradition or an aesthetic and Ben, you could probably speak to this. Very clearly between people who practice Judaism and people who are merely say ethnically Jewish but they don't actually believe anything about Judaism and. We don't have any of this. We just pay poised upsets with our wives, right? Come. 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"ray room" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"They are empty suits blowing in the wind who were chosen to be the vessels of. PROGRESSIVISM. And progressivism clearly his trended toward socialism. AOC most prominent socialist in the country and the head of the Democratic Party Tom Perez. Chairman of the DNC said that Ao sees the future of the Democratic Party. And Catholics cannot vote for socialism. They can't you can read many papal writings on this Ray Room Navarro him a quota astrology moon areas read the catechism of the Catholic Church. So. Socialism. Is Not tolerable for Catholics. I I think it was Pope Leo, the thirteenth referred to Socialists as a pest a plague a wicked confederacy that seeks to steal the Gospel itself. It's false religion. It's a parallel and false religion based on a false anthropology, a false understanding of man and God that Catholics cannot. Support, and if they do, they will be imperilling their own lives and you know we're pro-life were also pro eternal life from Dan, Michael Longtime Fan recent cigar enthusiast one during if you had any barber pole wrapped cigars and if so, what are your favorites and thoughts on them? I recently had the dirty Hooligan by Alec. Bradley and thought it was a great mild treat. Loved the show despite what Clayton may say about you keep your head up. These Cleveland with an e I actually I spoke late an ee I have I. so every Christmas I by Barbara Poll. Cigar it looks it looks like a candy cane like a delicious tobacco candy cane but I don't order them. That's one cigar. Order from kind of the big companies. Because I've I don't know I've found some of the more mass produced are not as great like if I'm GonNa. If I'M GONNA go to my favorite. Cigar. Website Thomson you know I'm GonNa, I'm GonNa get just the more kind of. Standard cigars and you know anything from the kind of. A more inexpensive end all the way up to the really top shelf stuff. The the Barbara ones are a little more novelty I get them in the Bronx where you know when I was growing up, we do all of our grocery shopping in the Italian neighborhood of the Bronx called Arthur Avenue best neighborhood left in New York and You they would have in their. Store called Makasi guerande cigars, which is in the Arthur Avenue meat market? I've been smoking cigars since I was fifteen. When I was under eighteen, they obviously couldn't sell them to me. So they just give them to me right off the table and they were great and they make a really good one. So recommend if you do find yourself in the bronx anytime especially around Christmas, go try that one out from Sarah. And the question that seems to be getting more and more serious. If I were confronted a result fight back or fire shots at the attacker I may be the person who goes to jail. Is it better to roll over and hope the attackers show mercy or should I defend myself and hoped judge isn't a progressive criminal who will face fire on his own Judgment Day it's funny. We were just talking about that. If you've got a defend yourself defend yourself I wouldn't think too much about this. I wouldn't let the left. Make you rollover and hand over your life to violent movies. Unless they're gonNA be some spiritual benefit to that you know turning the other cheek in a defiant and personal way. Sure. Maybe, doing some productive God. but as a general rule, it is a well established moral principle that you have the right to defend yourself. And I would defend yourself if you're really at risk. But I go looking for it. Wouldn't put yourself in that kind of a provocative situation necessarily because you know that the. The establishment is stacked against you the whole establishment. The media. Universities. Government, the judiciary, they all of it big tech, which is going to control the flow of information. All of that is stacked against you, and so you know it's very important to be wise is a serpent and a dove. You've got. There's nothing. There's nothing moral about being foolish. If you want, you want to be a little clever about it. You WanNa you WANNA be prudent from a now. Dear Mr Knowles can you please explain to a non-christian how you're supposed to love your enemy? Is it possible to love your enemy don't believe in Jesus thanks you're my favorite daily wire host. That's very kind. I don't know if it's possible to love your enemy if you don't believe in in Jesus. Probably, not but I'm sure some people who think they don't believe in Jesus or who don't explicitly believe in Jesus would say that they can love their enemies and they'll use some kind of vague humanitarian language. But what they don't realize is that vague humanitarian language comes directly from Christianity and it's just been watered down and made less coherent over the centuries. So you know that that case I think is just an example of very, very watered-down Christianity where people don't know why they do the things that they do. The reason to love your enemy is because one because of human solidarity and human dignity, all men are made in the image of God allman. You can think about the declaration of Independence the equality principle all men are created equal in that. All men are equally men right? We're all. Made in the image of God so that would be one reason. You are part of humanity. You're not just a floating Adam out there. So you're part of humanity, and so you you can love your enemy as much as he is part of the humanity that you share and because there but for the grace of God, go you. Want all men are fallen we no, one has a perfect nature or walking around Earth Right now and all sin and fall short of the glory of God. So because I know that I sin and the consequence of sin is death. And I'm not even making a prescriptive statement here though I suppose I am as well but I'm making a descriptive statement we have death in the world sin and death of the world as a result of the fall. So because sin is deserving of death. We recognize that we have something in common with this enemy. Now. The good news is there is redemption here. Because you because. One man send and then almost died and then one man died so that all men could live Jesus. And, we should be very wonderful. We should be very happy about this wonderful news and we should extend that same grace that we were given. To the people who offend us we have offended God we owe a debt to God he has forgiven us but he will only forgive inasmuch as we forgive others this is the Lord's prayer. Our Father Gordon. Hallowed. Be Thy name McCain come. They will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us a stair daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. This is a matter that should come obviously as a fruit of the spirit. But also, it should just come rationally because we know that we have been forgiven a much larger debt against a much more perfect being than than we will have to forgive we imperfect beings. Maybe, I, hope that sums up I mean I try to go and you know we can talk about this for a long time but I hope that clears it up..

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How Hiroshima survivors helped form radiation safety rules

Science Magazine Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

How Hiroshima survivors helped form radiation safety rules

"Now, we have contributing correspondent Dennis normal. He wrote this week on how seventy five years later. The survivors of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki have transformed understanding of the effects of radiation exposure on health. Hi, Dennis Arthur we're talking about study. Now. Run by Ari are asked, which is the Radiation Effects Research Foundation this is a very long-term study as I mentioned almost seventy five years. Years and included many many survivors over one hundred thousand. How exactly did this study get started all those years ago? Virginia's Harry Truman authorized launch of the study was in nineteen, forty, seven. They were pretty much should have a full team on the ground in Yoshii Nagasaki. By nineteen, forty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred fifty. The US Navy realized that there would be a bathroom studying the acute impact and. And the long term impact of what happens to humans when they are subjected to the detonation of Tom These survivors involvement in such a long-term study has yielded an amazing array of results, important results for health for anyone who's exposed to radiation and work or an accident. What are some of the key findings from this work us? Not just one study. They actually have a collection of different studies. Studies, they have carried out the most notable one. Is this enormous life span study where they have as you mentioned one hundred twenty thousand people who were enrolled at the outset? If you put together the combination of number of participants and the length of the study, there's probably nothing else like the RRF in his predecessor ABC city simply gathered data on how radiation has long term effects on health. Health of those who were exposed to radiation the Rif previously ABC gathered that data mix epidemiological connections between the amount of radiation. Someone gets and their risk of developing cancer later in life, other or decisions take that data and data from other studies as well, and they turn those into recommendations for the amount of exposure that people should be allowed to get if they are patient for medical imaging. Imaging, or if they are, the technicians were if their nuclear pact workers this gives away how old I am, but I went to the dentist pornography child. You sit in the dental chair and the dentist would real office machine thick x rays of your teeth, and those were go bouncing all over the room these days for dental x Ray. They put you in a special room which shielded technician. Technician is wearing a badge to track how much radiation he or she is exposed to. You're also wearing that vest to protect your organs from straight X rays all those recommendations shielding around the x ray rooms, dosimetry badges with technicians, where and the vest the patients where they all grew out of basic data that was produced by the long term studies by RRF INC with the survivors we talked. Talked about how this research got started very soon after the bombings, US government, Edna Japanese, government, and boasted research with survivors, but with different purposes. How are they different? Hauer their intentions with the studies different. The ABC was very much an American stony when the ABC's got started was so under America's occupation, and the Japanese scientists had difficulty publishing their observations amount of information that was released Japanese. was very much controlled by the occupation of Nargis, so there were real restrictions on what the Japanese scientists could do, but that initial collection of data by the US groups was over within a few months later there was a decision to set up a long-term study of the effects of radiation and at that point yet. Of the Japanese scientists in the American scientists were pretty much aligned. You mentioned in the story that the survivors weren't treated by the US scientist when they were involved in the study. Initially, that's right. Basically for political reasons, the decision was made that the ABC said he would not offer any treatment to the people who were being examined by the ABC physicians. They concern was that if the ABC city which at that time was very much? American funded American. If. They offered treatment. It might be taken as an admission of culpability in their condition, because misunderstandings and friction between the survivors, many of whom believe that they would get some help for doing with their illnesses with their injuries. Yeah, why would a survivor become involved in the study? If they weren't going to get treatment, even decades later if that was the history of the study. Initially. There was a hope that they would get some sort of medical benefit from participating in the study, the didn't get zero. In particular children that were born to survivors got medical checkups that there would not have received not been part of the study later as one of the survivors told me he has continued to cooperate with the study because he hopes that it will help the world recognize how devastating, the effects are of attack using atomic weapons, and so that is what motivates him to continue to cooperate. It's not clear whether there are. Are Health Effects for the offspring of survivors, but this survivors children are obviously concerned about their health. Can you talk about about this tension with the scientists say is that their studies so far have not identified any affects the question is. Are there no effects or are statistical data simply not detailed enough to spot affects the friction arises. Is that some of the children of the survivors? But we've that they are facing health issues that are not faced by big response were not subjected to the. It's on bond radiation, so the children what? As survivors as second-generation survivors, and they now have to court actions going forward, try to force the the government to recognize that the children of survivors should be recognized, says survivors as well, and that should also be entitled to medical support it just as their parents are

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"ray room" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's almost better than sports I mentioned. Espn we had Brian Greasy on. Brian was on the call on the Mississippi State. Alabama game with stevie Amami McGrath was the sideline reporter her and once. You realize that this is a big story. That's when her job really begins. Because now you're finding out is the potential number one pick in the draft. Aft Going to play football again and I asked Fritzy I said would you reach out to. ESPN sleep we could get molly on. Because I thought she did a great job. Molly joins US now Kamali. Thanks for joining us. Where were you when to A? I went down with that injury. Thank you so much for having me on I was actually on Alabama. Emma sideline when he went down with the injury I was standing next to Alabama's coaching box on the sideline and I watched just the series of events. Unfold says I saw Mack Jones the backup warming up to go into the game. I saw the team huddle right in front of me with two in the middle. In Mack Jones. Owns kind of on the periphery. And the Nick. Sabin comes into a talks to Nick Sabin and I see Mack Jones. Go back onto the sideline and the huddle so not moment I kind of I alerted and my producer I said I don't think Jones going in it. Looks like to staying Jones's back on the sideline and then of course we see to go out onto the field and then not a tragic accident that that freak injury happened so I was on Alabama sideline witnessing not to a went down closer to the Mississippi state sideline so like crossed over to the other side of the field to just get a better vantage point to get closer to try to hear what the trainers were saying to him to look into to is is see the pain that he was in and just try to figure out what is the injury the first thing and the only thing I knew at that moment was that he had no wait on that right leg and of course he just had surgery weeks weeks ago on his right ankle so that was the biggest concern. What did you see in here from two In in that moment I saw a ton of pain. He was Is he saying anything. I couldn't hear what he was saying that we're talking really closely closely to him. I had to give enough space right to to give a little to give respect and to give enough space so that they can do their job. So I was on the sideline part. I wasn't on the field But I I could hear them talking very closely to him. His face was bleeding. His nose was bleeding and there was concern. I like what's going on with his space. Why's he bleeding from his face and he had You know a towel covering his face and they kept on his face longer than needed and I could see it was because he was crying because he was kind of balling and pain so I knew that he was in serious pain and they lift him up. They put him on the cart in the cart. Just goes straight down the field and I knew that it was crucial that I be there for when they take him off the car because I needed to see how he got off the cart if you're able to put weight on his right leg or the right side of his body or if he had to be carried so the a cart goes down the field and I sprinted the length of the field from the ten through the other end zone basically on the field. Pass Joe Moorhead who I heard. Say something like Whoa Sorry coach as I run the length of the field. Go into that Dot Tunnel that leads to the X.. Ray Room and that was the crucial moment that I a witness where he couldn't get off the card on his own. Medical training staff had to pick him up and carry him almost like a child and when they picked him up that's that's why he was screaming in pain and then they brought him into the X.. Ray Room I got from a a source close with the team that it was his hip not his ankle also. It was amazing to get all of that so quickly so that we went to break with the two injury. We're able to come back right away with the news that it was his hip that he's an ex an extreme amount of pain and that he's going for x rays and you gotta you gotTa grab what you can grab it. You gotta be fair to the situation. You can't speculate so be when they when they're they're gonNA throw it down to you you go. I think he may have. It's got to be I'm being told and like three or four minutes to kind of cobble all this together and go on live TV with an injury that could affect Alabama's entire season. So that's why I marvel at that because you're trying to find this sound in real time and just trying to figure out because there's chaos there and then even the Alabama people don't know exactly. They took him to Mississippi State's end of the the the stadium. That's when I knew they probably have you know they're better medical facilities down. There are more medical facilities. That's the one thing I I thought the moment. It's really really serious. If they were headed there maybe that didn't factor in Mali. But I did think that when I saw that they were taking him in that direction. Yeah well I knew that there was an x ray room through that tunnel and I knew that they were on the other side of the tunnel is an ambulance so that was the first thing okay. They're taking him to an extra room. They're probably going to take him to an ambulance. This time around and I covered to its first injury this season. His right ankle injury against Tennessee and You know I had heard rumblings that he was leaving in an ambulance during that game and I ran outside of the stadium and did circles. On the periphery of the stadium looking for his ambulance. So I wasn't going to let that happen again So we had is on. The ambulance is on the X.. Ray Room obviously Wanting to be respectful and give space to the athlete but also wanting to answer questions that people have about one of the most important players in college football you know time is of the essence. The new things and people at home are wondering what happened though I felt like it was crucial that I'd be there in that tunnel that I see what I saw when they had to lift him up off the cart art and that I got the information that it was his hip not his ankle. I think that was the most important news of the day and Nick Sabin confirmed it right after my interview with him That it was a hip injury that took everyone by surprise. And you know all this is happening. I'm like trying to calm myself down as I get all of this information trying to put it together in my head telling my producer can come back to me out of break I have. I have information I can give and then trying to calm myself down so I can interview one of the greatest coaches his Of My time you know to interview Nick Sabin and ask him some really tough questions and you could just see the despair on his face when I was talking to him and that was a really a really tough interview but I think Nick Nick handled it really. Well we're talking to Molly McGrath. Espn College Football College. Basketball sideline reporter A when did you decide. What were you gonNA ask Sabin in those always difficult you know ending the half coming off the field? Yeah so before to injury. The question in my mind was when are you gonNA take to out like reading to see him at all in the second half after the injury. Yeah of course. Everything changed and I've I've worked with Nick Sabin before I believe I have a good rapport with him and he is very respectful. And when you ask the right questions and I've had great interactions with him so I knew that I needed. I said this to John Walters with the athletic. It's the same thing that coaches say you need to know your personnel. I'M GONNA ask questions differently to Nick Sabin than I would to Mike Leach and then I went to Tommaso so I knew for Nick Sabin. My first question had to be something broad where I could let him give me what he had so it was something to the effect of. What can you tell us about two because has in the past with his right ankle injury when I asked a question like that he gave me a good amount of information? When you give him the floor he'll be honest so he gave information Asian that it was the right hip? They don't know how serious it is but it could be serious and then the follow up was the tricky part And I talked to my producer you know beforehand and he said what are you gonNA ask him why he left to in and I said yes but I'm going to frame it differently because you don't want to put a coach on the defensive at half time especially after such an emotional moment and you could see kind of the shock on Nick's face and watching it back. You know you could see how upset he was so. I'm glad I didn't ask them a question. That would make him feel defensive instead. I used what I saw on the field and what we put in our broadcast to support but my question I said you know we saw mack. Jones warming did to a lobby to stay in and that was my way of asking. Whose decision was it to keep to win the game Yet and I applaud you for that because that was that was the tough. That's the money question right there. That's as tougher. It gets in our business where he's just lost a transcendent player and has no idea the severity. And he wants to go in and regroup and check check onto a in. Your job is to start down and asked two questions and let him go so I applaud you on that mall that was great stuff and continued success. And we appreciate your time. Thank you so much for having me on. I really appreciate it and hide of the Dannettes. All Right Molly McGrath then. How about that a shout out to the debt so now even even higher on our list? She's been a fan of you guys not a mind but of you guys for years. Getting to know you know she's and and and The story we've heard a thousand times and to you Dave Patrick Really Admire your body of work. Say a load of the Dannettes there. Yup that's about as integrated integrated you can get to give a shout out to US calmly. Thank you for being. That's the last time we'll have molly McGrath on of course. Not If if you're like me and you WanNa play.

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"ray room" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on Starting9

"I don't ever like to just sit there on a baseball field. Just not get up I get up and and I was like I need a second. I need to get up but I can't I just I need to I need to chill here for for a little while and now once I got up and start standing on it hurt. I felt like I couldn't really the only reason I came out of the game is because like I felt like I couldn't. I wasn't real stable on it if I if I the GO-TO swing right here. I don't know if I'm just GONNA follow down box as I just need to. I'd just need a second and you know I don't really ever come out of the game for just a foul. Oh ball do this. This is hurting and I got up got on it. I was like all right. I can stand cool and then I just walked and walk down the steps and then I need help to get up but yeah. I don't know why I was able to do that. I don't know if it was just like the shocker just being so pissed pissed off the fact that he's had a foul off yourself and your come out of the game but I didn't think it was going to be broken I didn't I just thought it was really bad foul ball that hurt pretty bad and I don't recommend it. I wouldn't suggest that you do that. because it's definitely doesn't feel good but I was a little surprised one. the x rays came back and you said it was a fracture but I was gonNA say like walking down the steps. You're not thinking like shit my season's over like most likely I mean and especially once we did tests and stuff. I was like all right. Oh I think I'm going to be good like once. The initial pain of the foul ball were off. I was like all right him. I'm doing better. I guess it hasn't really like you want it to be before. The X ray results came came back. You're talking about being in the lineup the next day seeing if I could you know I was like maybe not but I definitely didn't think I definitely when I was actually going to the X. Ray Room Room. I didn't think it was going to be broken deaf. It hurt for sure but thousands cool. I didn't know if breaking a bone fell aches I hadn't done. I haven't done it before but yeah this now that I think back on it it was definitely it's definitely different and it was weird and out of the norm for What a foul ball off your leg usually feels alright sucks but yeah it is happens and it does have I mean? I think you've got a pretty pretty good attitude about it like I think yeah you can't do anything about it now. It's out of your control like Shit happens. I mean it sucks that it you know it would have have happened in September right before a run but it's like you have essentially a full season in the books which could be like a back to back. MVP type season. I we've shot up. This is statistically we've already discussed this. What is what's the right now? It is September Timber Twenty second and I said if the season ended today that you would be the National League. MVP once again we'll see how that plays out but the numbers I would say that you would be the MVP again. What what are you? What memories would you look back on for? This campaign like you know we're coming into this year because I know that you know I think one was twenty twenty seventeen. You might have cam in or no. It was the beginning of eighteen when you have the oblique yeah right yeah. You're on the you're on the isle at the Oblique and you know you're talking about like getting acclimated to Milwaukee and and you know like when if you're if you're on like like a little bit of a cold streak and people boone you it's like dude like we're trying to get hits out here like that Christian Yelich at the beginning of twenty eighteen. He didn't know what was coming in twenty eighteen after one. MVP season going into nineteen did you did you have any doubts that you could duplicate okay what you did the year before it. was there anything like Oh shit like. I hope that's not like a like a you know a spike year. I hope like you know or is it like I found something. There were some changes tonight. I believe that they were real and I felt like I was going to be able to repeat them. I felt confident for sure. I didn't think this was just like a little bit of a hot streak in wrote it out for an extended period time I really believe that the things that I you know they weren't major adjustments by any means the adjustments that I made I felt confident asking to be able to keep them and honestly it was a big motivating factor coming into the season as far as can you do it again yeah. You just got lucky. You'RE GONNA go back to being the guy that you were when he played in Miami. oh the ballpark you play that goes back to the side that I was talking to you about it but I'll never let anybody know right. I know those things it's me off for that. I use it to drive me but it does and it did and and it was just one of those things where I felt coffin that I could do it over a full season. So many things have to go things kind of go well for you to do that. You gotta stay to stay healthy. you know it. Just things have to go right and you you know to be able to back it up and do that. It was just it was a good feeling and you wanted to help your team and you wanted to show people that just a a fluke thing yeah it was just it was a big motivating factor going into the year. Do you feel validated and and that now like looking back on your twenty nine teen being like twenty eighteen wasn't a fluke like what I just didn't twenty nine yeah. I guess you know really the the end of the day like take care about only a few things that my family thinks I care about what my teenage thing. That's that's you know I. I can't say that you know people say doesn't really if people say you're great doesn't really mean thing. They say you suck it doesn't really mean when you have to do it on the field just because people talk about it at the end of the day if you really think about it doesn't mean anything not only personal goals but for team goals and is what we talked about spring training just just because people say we're going to be good. We're going to get back to the playoffs doesn't mean we are or if they say we suck and we're not going to be able to repeat what we did. Last year doesn't mean we can't it. Just you have to go play the Games. You have to do it so it goes for individuals and teams all the hype scrape all the scrape we comes along with the territory playing professional baseball the end of the day. You actually have to go out there. We're talking earlier about the attendance in Milwaukee this year. They're going to hit two point nine like just come up. Shy Three Million Ryan three millions usually the mark that that most teams really shoot for in terms of ticket sales. How cool is it to know that like you're one of the biggest the reasons why they're they're going to close three million while has to do with the team to the bruiser winning but I mean people pay? There's there's there's certain guys in the League that you pay money to see and like you're one of them. Like how does that feel That's it's cool. I never really would look at it like that or ever like step back and think about that. I think you're so consumed in the just the daily grinder I'm aware of I'm aware of everything that goes on. I'm I am not like oblivious. I go so naive that fact I get it for sure I didn't really take a step back. I realized how cool this ah I always really appreciate it at Milwaukee and all that and I didn't know how awesome the fan base where there was until I got hurt yeah and saw the support and maybe it makes me feel good and yeah. It's an unbelievable place to play. I love it here. The fans are amazing and that is because there are certain athletes were it's like no I love the fans and I love the city and it's all like lip service like you genuinely love Milwaukee like you've been talking placed up to me for like a year now yeah and I came out here and like I said it's exceeded the height because it was just different. I don't know how to really describe it but the thing that you're talking about with the packers I love sports. I Love Sports. Here's a great sports city. and I've always appreciated that yeah but it's so hard when you're in the middle of the grind and you're in the middle of the game you don't ever have a chance to step back and observe it right since I've been hurt and I just watch the Games now and don't really have any impact on them. I get a setback back in really appreciate how great the fan base is and not much care and I got to see that from the support from what I heard just I really appreciate all the well wishes and all the love that they showed so you obviously didn't go back to California or You're sticking around with the team. You're getting treatments still here walkie. You're not traveling with the team. But how was that your choice like how important was it for you to to want to stay around the guys you know as they sort of it was never an option to to leave They never even gave me that choice but I wouldn't have done it anyway yeah it's like I'm GonNa get get a pretty good base should get this thing pretty squared away by the time we wrap up and it all just be about getting my strength back. As far as you know you know it's yeah I'll be fine by hopefully halloween ish yeah you know the only reason I'm not playing ran out of time basically but yeah as it'll be pretty pretty much good to go by by that and that's our whole goal was just to try and knock out as much as late as a base and get it squared anyway as much as we could before our season wraps up whenever that is that's why I wanted to stick around and obviously be around the guy and see this thing through and just be there with them. It's such a great clubhouse that we have that I would never wanna just isolate myself or just not be a part of it injury anything you want to say the Kassy's mom. I'm going to send you home of the gifts okay home with a gift. I can't wait a little something so so. Usually I mean like we have a guest on its. We asked like you know if you could go back in time to win this anymore. In baseball history what would be I. We've never had someone on five time so I don't know what the question is for five times. I'm just going to have to like make something up yeah. We've already down that I mean we like. I don't even have to do you. Just you know I I all right. You know what if you're on five times the question that we're going to ask to all of our five-time guests is What is your go-to Karaoke Song? Oh ooh. I don't even know the last time I've done Karaoke probably when I was I wanted to put on a show like put on a show What did I sing for trying to remember the last time I did Karaoke you rookie in do singers song but I don't even remember what I sang on? They're definitely like I know I definitely got booed off off the Mike for sure so karaoke is not my strong suit but the thing that I've learned with this is you've got to pick a the song that everybody's GonNa sing along right as they can carry you. That's the key so it doesn't really matter what you like. Oh it's one then yeah sure we you can go with that one. You can go with friends in low places everyone that one out of balance not really original but that's the keys you gotta find some of that. Everybody knows everybody. Everybody wants to sing along with and then it gets you off the hook. Because you know ended up singing anyway everybody else has and you kind of just become a hype man here hyping up the crowd all the guys that do that it has rookies. They end up killing yeah that tries to you know you better be able to really sing which there's not too many baseball players that can really sing so yeah. I go something like that..

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"ray room" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Where life begins. I fans what life goes on glaspie. I don't care how strong hunt you have. Things have been quiet around the hospital for over a week. What could happen arca anything could happen. A media could fall on the east win. We could go to heaven epidemic of bubonic plague. Karoo could suddenly become intelligent. That's ridiculous you mean by crew well. I guess that's a little farfetched. I mean the whole idea is just because you've got a feeling of some sort is no reason to believe on doctor gillespie morning barco. You've got that gleam of battle in your eye what's up. Oh it's tactical sb catastrophes about to happen. Don't worry about it. I've seen his hunches turn out wrong before maybe so you may may show but you've also seen him turn out right sometimes law of averages law beverage for the first time in my life. I hope you really do have crisis. Oh i do duck glaspie. We do blair hospital. Do does what sort of a crisis dr karoo. It's most upsetting a new patient came in about outta. Go well now. We've that particular crisis accessibly before what you don't understand this man is already disrupted hospital routine simply knowing what's he done knocked dare he insists on keeping a pistol in his room and some kind of a musical instrument a guitar uh-huh believe he calls it and he won't take half own take his hand off precisely duct air crew. What's the name of this problem patient one. That's quite in keeping with his occupation komo. He's with a wild west show. That's playing across town of professional cowboy. He calls himself. His name is buffalo mcclure tactic karoo ice still don't understand dan what disturbs you so much dr if you can imagine a man with long hair types goatee sitting up in bed in a hospital gown holding his and wearing tin gallon hat is a perfectly hoddle's <hes>. I want to tell you that. I ain't never been sick. A day in my whole life liz i see in the pains seems to center in the upper abdomen around here. Oh out careful doc my energies mighty tender. They might attend. Mr mcclure won about that fall. Oh you took from your horse last night at the show all that were nathen. I've been thrown by users ever since hip high to it tumbled book. My dad did shake you up a a little didn't it well it knocked modern bridge work out but that fall didn't have nothing to do with this year bellyache. I felt fine to liz morning and sometimes internal injuries. Don't show up for hours hours or even days after an accident mr mclure gama buffalo doc. I used this year. Mr mcclure's all right buffalo well dr gillespie. Apparently the next step is a floor skopje examination issue. I know box. Getting an x ray room is now. Moore's you're hoping nothing real bad wrong. Ah let's assume not for the present anyway or would hate to think that i was occasion and lips well even if it is an injury probably won't be serious. Only time i ever ever needed assault moon's before was to dig a bullet out on my shoulder assay boys. I've been figuring on asking you something. Watch that that's feller. That's the boss of this. This year's brad that their doctor karoo is he good. Any kin folks out west anywhere crew. I don't think so. I used to know a fairly years ago named three wrangler. Tom grew sure would like to meet up with on his next to kim well. I doubt very much any rudd of dr cruise would let himself be called three-finger finger. Tom i oh you come in. I've got all the arrangements taken care of you can have x. x-ray room number eight and thirty minute fine boys right none of you're gonna give me a howdy doody to this charming little eighty haka. This is mr buffalo bonnie mcclure. Miss parker will be your nurse. How do you do mr buffalo now. I reckon you just about birdie. Little urine has come down shooting about four months of really awful low. Are you quite sure what you're saying. Why doggone right boy boy. This is my kind of a fairly fraiche in sweet as a cattle range in april. There's only one explanation. This man's worse shape than we thought awed.

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"ray room" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One hundred sixty five people more than two hundred Rangers Beverly Hills was a major attraction about two and a half miles south of the high river. The smartest the best. The brightest showed up Dean Martin was a blackjack dealer there with me, by the way is Tom Ghana? He and David Brock who've written a book on the Beverly Hills suffer club. Fire gentlemen. Welcome, again, in the Bill Cunningham show debut, there when Dean Martin was a was a blackjack dealer. No, sir house. Not even born. Yeah. You even born yet nineteen is briefly, give us a little history of the twentieth century beginning in the thirties forties, and fifties. What was Beverly Hills again casino? They have shows playbills probably three or four weekend. But it was illegal. Yes, sir. Well, how's it possible? You could have foulland's of people attending daily casino type operation in Southgate, Kentucky, when it was legal. It was ran by the Cleveland four in personal friends have happily Chandler at that time. So they were mobsters and politicians without a doubt. Now what did you do at the Beverly Hills? Supper club fire on may twenty eighth nineteen seventy seven I was banquet busboy. What does that mean? We came in. We set the Bank was up through the through the morning to the afternoon over solve what do total operation that about twelve banquet rooms described the you said fifty four thousand square feet. Yes. Which is gigantic. It's huge Montgomery and boathouse times three right. How'd you get the food out by hand carried out by large trays and as far as a typical Saturday night? How many people would have been there in the facility twenty six hundred to three thousand two, and it was only coded for about fifteen hundred maybe a little more than that? So the fire marshal never came in and said, you guys are like twice over the limit that nobody ever hassle. You guys. No, not really. No. It was. It was it was a show place in the nation considered east coast, as far as from New York to Las Angeles Vegas. And then there was Beverly Hills. It was Beverly Hills. Yes, talk about the night. John Davidson is performing, you're a younger busboy forty two years ago. How would you would you have been I was eighteen years old? I've served two gentlemen working in the room to save room where they said the fire started talking about this. The happiness kind of set the stage on may twenty eighth. Nineteen seventy seven what did Beverly Hills look like Beverly Hills? That evening was, was loaded. I mean, we had three hundred people in the front, neck room or main dining room three hundred and one dining room. Yes. About seven hundred and the garden rooms seven hundred. Yes. Huge numbers. Yes, eight hundred seventy five people in the cave. Ray room, the showroom, different eight hundred seventy five people. Correct. We had a banquet, the three hundred and fifty people in the fire room, a separate Bank would have three hundred fifty. That's correct. Kitchen food. Don't dumb? How did you actually order a steak and today's you have point of sales? You know, you have how'd you actually get the order to the kitchen, an extra time an excellent. Yes, he brought the piece of paper to the kitchen and the operation to be fantastic. It was unbelievable. And so one point three thousand people were dining in eating at the Beverly Hills. Absolutely. And John Davidson, who is a major a list, Hollywood star was onstage. He hasn't he just arrived and went into the dressing room. Get prepared for his show. Yes. Set the scene. And when you I knew something was wrong was Walter Bailey came up to the cabaret room at the podium at nine o'clock saying there's a fire in front of the building. And did you hear him say that? Yes, verbally to myself, and Charlie Coslet. He was the K breakthrough manager on the Titanic. A lot of people said, well, no big deal. What do we do? What did you say? When that happened, I didn't see exactly where the fire. Where he told me it was that you could see down the hallway and there was no smoke or anything, so, at that point, Charlie. And I moved the podium out of the front interest way of the cabaret room. I went myself back behind myself. There was a corridor there to make sure that door was clear because there was an exit there in approach towards where the zebra moss. Did you see smoker fire at this point? Did you think it was a false report? What, what did you think? I've really didn't know. So once I arrived, I got up to two seven steps, I saw a bus war coming down the spiral staircase. And you jumped, the rail on, knew what he was going to do, he kicked both doors in and Bill, basically the room exploded and sucked him in. It was a backdraft at that point. Explain explain why was slower on that when you saw a bus boy, kicking the door. What do you mean by that was a backdraft basically what happened was he was sucked into underneath where the smoke was bellowing out of the top of the doorway and rolling up to smile staircase? So when he kicked in the door that provided the oxygen for everything that happened that the options that Nate, yes. Describe what happened at that moment inside the Beverly Hills. At that point. We try to get both door shut. They only went invert the doors are too hot. It was touch it to touch. You can get the door was open. We pulled him out of the room Rick shelling came by state here. Anyone come down. Stairs, exit amount the front shillings the owner. Yes, he said, David you stay here. And you said, yes, sir. That's my job. Yes, you stayed. I had to you're on the Titanic. At this point. You realize what's about to happen at that point. No. And but we had the last person coming out the upstairs and Rick showing never made it back about two minutes later than a couple of busboys came back with Firestone trying to put it out, then I exit myself back to the empire room out through the back through the kitchen and basically help you get out of the building hundred sixty five people died. They remain Lee in one room, correct. Now most of them died from the cabaret room. Yes. Why smoke inhalation did they were they told to leave and they didn't want to leave? What had happened was to building itself was on fire directly underneath azero for over two hours. Wow, you got up to two thousand degrees in a filter washing system if found exploded. There was a set fire to browbeat go off at seven o'clock. Six o'clock in the morning on Sunday. Instead, it went off that evening, but it, it was about six hours, conceal space directly under Nathan zebra room. And it just continued to combust up to two thousand degrees. So in the ostrich headed is simply exploded, when it hit the walls, going down the hallway, the corridor, going into cabaret room, there was exceleron wiped on the walls, when it went down the hallway went straight into the garden area to the left wiped out room completely out there was six rooms. What about at around eight hundred people, but they already had a vacuum in the cavalry, room took to smoke and got so hot and would you smell and took it in just killed u s. David Brock can you describe the horror that you experience at the end of the fire when you saw those bodies? I've seen the photos in the Enquirer knows where it says bodies lined up, can you and they went to the fort Thomas armory? They use it as a makeshift morgue hundred sixty five of the finest the best and the brightest. There weren't slept going in Beverly Hills. I never went there, because I know money, I knew nobody got afford to go there. It was expensive on-demand, no money either. I enjoy work now. But it was like a war zone. It was like being Vietnam. I mean they were pulling bodies out. We're moving them to the chapel check to make sure that they were still alive and would work on them in the chapel area and the ones ever had to cease we'd have taken over one or two people who dragged him over to the, the wall. Tom, mcconaughey. What involvement you have in this, mainly I was doing research? I've had two shillings personal legal files over thirty boxes for over ten years. So I would take take another box out. To count spent weekend with it take notes. And as I kept doing the research. I kept seeing patterns that were evolving patterns in the inconsistent. Investigation, where to think people were saying it's the strangest investigation I've ever seen. I they won't. Let me go, where I wanna go. They just gave me what they wanted me to read in a high base all my information off of that. So Tom McConnell, you David Brock believed, this was, arson by the mob and not some overheating of an air conditioning unit. Absolutely absolutely. It was arson. Yes. David Brock, what's your evidence for arson? We had the pseudo state of Kentucky in two thousand nine to Falah, get retrieved twenty five hundred photos color, which they told me did not exist. They we've Bali took him in federal court in Frankfurt. They released three hundred and sixty seven of what they wanted me to see. We can prove the fire started at photos, approve who do you think started it? There was an air conditioning ex air conditioning company of record that was there for three days over they doing. They were doing dirty date. They were working in the filter washing system in the basement were Jerry Wiggin wires the place exploded with chemicals within the that washing system itself in went on for about two hours down in the basement. What was the reason money earned by who the shillings had a gold mine? Seventeen million dollars a year. Nineteen seventy seven how much seventeen million seventeen million? Yes. In nineteen forty two years ago. Yes. That money was going partially to wear the mob. No, it was a show lines money, family money, the Shelley's, leased it from the Cleveland four, who are the Cleveland four mode. Elise is the kingpin from Cleveland move to Vegas in nineteen forty seven they were involved with Sam Schrader that owned the land with them and the Shelley's lease land from from nineteen sixty nine to seventy seven if it was a cash cow, which I'm sure it was, why would somebody wanna destroy the cash cow because schilling's wouldn't have to do with them? They came in and met with them. In April nineteen seventy seven two gentlemen, from Vegas. They said they would want to buy it back at the business back. Mr. schilling said wasn't for sale. They want to be partners with him. He said, no. You saw got my three boys and chef Chandler. And then one of the gentleman said, well, maybe we can have maybe you won't have it. No more. So Mr. shelling escrow amount of the building. Really? So you. Think he was given a month notice to either sell to us or else you're going to have a problem there. There's been many record to prove the fact that happened. Yes, sir. Tom McConnell, he wanted to two or three objective provable critical pieces of information that proves that I've got a. Slide presentation that shows what exactly they did. When they, they took a unit two to twenty unit. I filter washer and it was hardwired when the jury rigged, it basically hooked it up to everyday extension. Cords ran it over the HVAC down across pillar where they plugged it in with four air wires. So the forebear wires into to one ten outlets. Can you imagine what happens when you try to run up to twenty motor onto one ten outlets ferns up? It's got hold at the size of a grapefruit, and we got pictures that show that now when you show this to the thirties, what are you get back? I would assume the law enforcement types wanna find out if this was, in fact, a murderer mass murder, David. Why not? They're not interesting, why I, I would assume they don't want the bad thing to bring back to Kentucky, Kentucky. In fact, you told me off there, the governor at that time was a guy named Julian Carroll. I'm shocked they still alive. You're telling me he's still lives. And he's in the state Senate in Kentucky. Right. That's correct. Eighty eight years old. What did he order done the next day, build the building? Good f-, ten shillings will never opened this place backup ever again. What was the condition of the building after the fire wasn't even available? The ceiling caved in Cape Ray room and in the empire room and the garden room. They, they win with cranes start disassembling. They say they're looking for bodies, but his statement was never reopened this place again. But what's the what was the motivation? You know, why law enforcement would because you'd have to have the governor state officials police fire, probably ATF FBI. Why would all of them want to keep this secret? Governor Carroll controlled to the fire. He was a guy in charge. He got there three o'clock in the morning on Sunday. And you got there six minutes after the fire he took full control of it. There was only one fire investigator in Kentucky state, far Marshall. Office, arson investigator, they came on site and everything else was done by the Kentucky state police for those of us around today, we can't conceive of a place, two and a half mile south of the high river, that was like the show place of the nation. It's inconceivable. What kind of performers did you see perform there while you were a busboy, Jerry Lewis John Davidson Phyllis Diller, I met a lot of them. So, basically the best between New York and LA..

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"ray room" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Only the international line is open. Should anybody be thinking about calling us internationally east of the Rockies Joe is in Long Island on coast to coast AM for open lines and on the topic at hand. One of the things is that the bombs that we are now available are the equivalent of about one hundred bombs were dropped on here. Shiama Nagasaki again Tom's of force power. So that's something to think about but going to Nagasaki in particular. I had read the bells of Nagasaki, I thought that was a great book on a survivor who was. Basically, a professor at a teaching college Medical College, and he survived because he just happened to be in an concrete it heavily concrete at X Ray room, that's happened. And they came out, and he looked at his students, and they were just sitting in their seats like burning up. And then the book wants from that describe what he saw him. And I think it lived about six seven years, but eventually did die of radiation poisoning. But one aspect of this too was those are disproportionate amount of girls that God and and ground zero. In fact, a target for the ground zero was a Roman Catholic church called Saint Mary's that had an attached girls school and a lot of the people on the outskirts. A lot of girls were disfigure by this that survived, and they actually came over here for plastic surgery extent that they could be, you know, they had of course, difficulty attracting, a may, you know, and so on, you know, so it kind of run things that way. Well, there's a that the church, and that you mentioned in Sakhi is part of the museum there. And it's it's it's fastened to see how much of the church survived the blast. Again, Charlie was talking about the idea of the shock cocoon that existed over an area that would be directly underneath the bomb. When you would think that would be the area, I defected and a lot of that part of the of the churches intact and some of the controversy over his book. When it came out originally, and we talked about it on coast to coast when it was titled last train from Hiroshima that the that part of the controversy surrounded somebody from that exact church and that he hit interviewed. He'd made a composite of two interviews. He had done because both people have requested anonymity. And so in order to protect them. He had he had composite somebody, and he he had set it at one point. But he didn't put it somewhere else. And so he was accused of of a hoax seeing everybody by making up this person. And that that person didn't really exist. I have since found that priest in question in the book, and and can confirm the in fact that priest was in contact with Charlie and did give him information about what happened that day with that with that Catholic school Catholic. Account specifically, what did he observed for well part of it was about it was actually about. Part of what I won't go into too many details here, but the part of it was about suicides. And and the idea of as you mentioned just how disparaged people felt after the after the event, and they were suffering. And so one of those was about a if I remember correctly. And I I don't have the book in front of me was about a priest who had committed suicide and yet was covered for that event by other priests who offered him a proper Catholic burial. Despite the fact that he had suicide and this was like, oh, no that didn't happen. It never happened. And I was able to confirm. Been awhile since I wrote that chapter. So I'm sorry. I don't have it in front of me to be more specific. But it's very interesting. And an account of appraised and trust in and he claims that the initial onslaught the first place that was bombed was charged. Well, it's hard to. Well. Yeah. But let's be clear it's hard to drop a bomb on a city and not hit a church. You know, I mean, there was churches on especially then. In Europe, not so much now. But then there were churches every, you know, three blocks four blocks, and when you're dropping bombs, especially like, those incendiary bombs that they dropped on Dresden. They weren't tactical. You know, they didn't they weren't smart bombs. They were just going to land where they landed. So if it was. You know, it's pretty good. Pretty good bet that would land on or near a church at that time. But the pilot that did dropped the bomb on Nagasaki said that he aims. So that church you said it was a very high. It was the most prominent building, and he's specifically aimed for that trickle charge. It was the center really it. It was the center of Nagasaki. If I remember correctly. So that I don't think it was an anti-catholic thing that or anti church thing. But they were looking for landmarks. And maybe that's just what stood out. I don't remember that part. But interesting, thank you. Joe? Let me go to j who's not far from you in Hampton, Connecticut on coast to coast AM J. Hey, happy presidents day weekend to you. How are you? It is president's day weekend. You're right. It's awesome. Good. Where do you wanna take us? Okay. Well, I hope that cost audience has buy out bags ready because we got some very serious things to talk about. Okay. I follow a lot of alternate media. I have for many years, but at the same time, I'm very careful what I listened to because I know there's a lot of fear mongering. There's a lot of fake news. So a very peculiar good lately. There's been a lot of things going on that really just a coastal should really be aware of within the ring of fire seismic activity. It also at the Yellowstone super volcano to quickly touch base and all three. What you have to be quick because we've got other people waiting, but go ahead. Okay. I the ring of fire on average. There's about twenty volcanic eruptions a year. Well, I can tell you in twenty eight team. There were fifty and already this year. We're only in mid February. There have been fourteen volcanic eruptions within the fire. As far as size activity goes it's been increasing most notably in Alaska, Alaska, we've had a couple of big quakes. They've also had a total of three hundred forty six tremors. That's the beginning of this year. And it's possible that you know, the big one could hit somewhere whether it be Alaska, the west coast or anything. And then finally, this is probably the most important one is the uplift at Yellowstone has been just going crazy for those who follow Yellowstone, they know there's different sections like Mary bay worse. Geyser basin green and so forth. And it's not uncommon each section of the park for they're the be- uplift could maybe one area. Well, now, there's uplift in more than what you're usually like to areas, and that's just spending the last couple of weeks, and I've heard from various alternative media people. Probably this one person for five or six years. Now, she was quoted as saying, thanks. You would not be surprised if a hydrothermal explosion happened in the next week or two. We wait in the next week or two before the end of February possibly, okay? Well, hey, thank you for being so concise be you. Welcome to call anytime. See I think all of those are fascinating topics, and I hope that they get the wider coverage that they deserve. I had been reading about the ring of fire and the increase activity went only not only what that means for earth earthquakes volcanoes, but also for soon Omni's, and an unusual weather phenomenon that already affecting places around the ring of fire. So thank you. Jay, very mindful of those. We should always be Michael is in Monroe Washington on a first time caller light on we drop him. I'm so sorry callback. Michael west of the Rockies JOL is in bozeman coast to coast AM, Joel I just got a quick comment. I'm calling you for about ninety miles from Yellowstone. There hasn't been one believe a word by. Activity going on after I'm in big trouble. Well, no, I'm glad you told me that. So you haven't heard anything locally? But would it ordinarily get coverage? If it we're going on. Okay. Devon brought the topic up for years to I have. Anyway, I what I wanna call. Appreciate the submarine. Documentary on the history channel about that. German submarine had to. German officers Choudhury two Japanese officers on board, and they were delivering yellowcake. Material that was somewhere along the processing. Due to take to deliver to Japan right in the commander of the sub found out that the war was after the bombs were dropped as the war was over. To be the war in Europe was over excuse me. He did was divert is he decided instead of going to Japan. Now that the war was over in Europe. He had right to Portsmouth of Portsmouth wherever it wasn't. He went was yellowcake. The Germans never developed an atomic bomb. Well, Lou developed an approximately huge heck it treated to you in the Nevada desert about Joe July twenty fifth there's twentieth somewhere in there. They said an atomic explosion off in the Nevada desert. Yeah. I I hope I was clear enough in drawing the line there on thinking that I the uranium part. I'm good with the processed uranium, but not that the that the bombs had already been developed, which I that was the first I'd ever heard of that. But. And the thing is though they they didn't use. He made the Germans on board carry the material off the sub because. Yellowcake is the use that yellowcake in the bombs at right now. I don't think yellow cages right readily available. I don't know how to build Tommy bomb while it's in the process of refinement. So it was in quantities. That was what they were still looking for in in the Manhattan project. So. The reason we knew fairly well wait before. The Germans did not have the had not developed an atomic bomb captured these German generals, and what they did when they captured important people. They put them in nice corridors that they had the quarters bugs from the top bottom, and they gave him good wine, whiskey, or whatever and all that good food, and they had everything brogden they had the conversation from a German generals that they developed Tommy bomb and they had. The Germans have never gotten far enough to build a bomb together, they had fluent German. Americans that were either I guess serving them right or they were like acting as LA's electronic bugs. Right, right. The head that too. But I mean, they it was interesting because if I remember correctly, they they had they had all sorts of different ways where they were Lulling the Germans into thinking that nobody was understanding them when they spoke German and everybody was understanding the well, I don't know about that. They did get a lot of conversation. And they knew that the Germans because there was a lot of fears that the journalists developing atomic bomb. We did we sent one off..

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"ray room" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Right now, only the international line is open. Should anybody be thinking about calling us internationally east of the Rockies Joe is in Long Island on coast to coast AM for open lines and on the topic at hand. One of the things is that the bombs that we are now available are the equivalent of about a hundred bombs that were dropped on Nagasaki again times of force power. So that's something to think about the going to Nagasaki in particular. I had read the bell Nagasaki. I thought that was a great book on a survivor who was. Basically, a professor at a teaching college Medical College, and he survived because he just happened to be in an concrete it heavily concrete at x Ray room. That's happened and came out, and he looked at his students, and I were just sitting in their seats like burning up. And then the book went from that and describe what he saw and and I think about six seven years, but eventually did die of radiation poisoning. But one aspect of this too was. Does a disproportionate amount of girls that God and and ground zero. In fact, a target for the ground zero was a Roman Catholic church called Saint Mary's that had an attached girls school and a lot of the people on the outskirts. A lot of girls were to figure by this that survived and they actually came over here for plastic surgery to right extent that they could be you. They had of course, difficulty attracting a mate, you know. And so on, you know, so it kind of run things that way. Well, there's that the church that you mentioned. Sacchi is part of the museum there, and it's it's it's fascinating to see how much of the church survived the blast. Again, Charlie was talking about the idea of the shock cocoon that existed over an area that would be directly underneath the bomb. When you would think that would be the area, I defected and a lot of that part of the of the churches intact and some of the controversy over his book. When it came out originally, and we talked about it on coast to coast when it was titled last train from Hiroshima that the that part of the controversy surrounded somebody from that exact church, and he had interviewed. He'd made a composite of two interviews. He had done because both people had requested anonymity. And so in order to protect them. He had he had composite did somebody, and he he had set it at one point. But he didn't put it somewhere else. And so he was accused of of hoax seeing everybody by making up this person. And that that person didn't really exist. I have since found that priest in question in the book, and and can confirm the fact that priest. Wasn't contact with Charlie. And did give him information about what happened that day with that with that Catholic school Catholic? Account specifically, what did he observed for well part of it was about it was actually about. Part of what I won't go into many details here, but the part of it was about suicides. And and the idea of as you mentioned just how disparaged people felt after the after the event, and they were suffering. And so one of those was about a five I remember correctly. And I don't have the book in front of me was about a priest who had committed suicide and yet was covered for that event by other priests who offered him a proper Catholic burial. Despite the fact that he had suicide and this was like, oh, no. That didn't happen. It never happened. And I was able to confirm it's been awhile since I wrote that chapter. So I'm sorry. I don't have to be more specific. But it's very interesting. And. An account of appraised and Dresden, and he claims the the initial onslaught the first place that was bombed was charged. Well, it's hard to. Well. Yeah. But let's be clear. It's hard to drop a bomb on a city and not hit a church. You know? I mean, there was churches on especially then. In Europe, not so much now. But then there were churches every three blocks four blocks, and when you're dropping bombs, especially like, those incendiary bombs dropped on Dresden. They weren't tactical. They didn't they weren't smart bombs. They were just gonna land where they landed. So if it was like, you know, it's pretty good. Pretty good bet would land on or near a church at that time. But the pilot that did drop the bomb on Nagasaki said that he aims. So that charge. You said it was a very high. It was the most prominent building and any specifically aimed for that particular charge. It was the center really at the center of Nagasaki. If I remember correctly. So that I don't think it was an anti-catholic thing or anti church thing. But they were looking for landmarks. And maybe that's just what stood out. I don't remember that part. But interesting, thank you. Joe? Let me go to j who's not far from you in Hampton, Connecticut on coast to coast AM J. Hey in happy presidents day weekend to you. How are you? It is president's day weekend. You're right. That's awesome. Good. Where do you wanna take us? Okay. Well, I hope the coast audience has by out bags ready because we got some very serious things to talk about. Okay. I follow a lot of alternative media. I have for many years, but at the same time, I'm very careful what I listened to because I know there's a lot of fear mongering. I know there's a lot of fake news. So very particular good lately there's been a lot of things going on. That really just a coast audience should really be aware of within the ring of fire seismic activity. It also at the Yellowstone super volcano just quickly touch base on all three if I would have to be quick because we've got other people waiting, but go ahead. Okay. I the ring of fire. There's about twenty volcanic eruptions a year. Well, I can tell you in two thousand eighteen fifty and already this year. We're only in February there have been fourteen volcanic eruptions within the fire. As far as is activity goes, it's been increasing most notably in Alaska. Alaska had a couple of big quakes also had a total of three hundred and forty six tremors since the beginning of this year. And it's possible that you know, the big one could hit somewhere, whether it'd be Alaska, the west coast or anything. And then finally, this is probably the most important one is the uplift at Yellowstone has been just going crazy for those who follow yo stolen. They know. There's different sections like Mary bay geyser basin grant and so forth, and it's not uncommon in each section of the park there. The maybe one area. Well, now, there's uplift in more than what you're usually like to areas, and that's just spending the last couple of weeks, and I've heard from various alternative media people that. Probably this one person for five or six years. Now, she was quoted as saying things she would not be surprised hydrothermal explosion happened in the next week or two. W we wait in the next week or two before the end of February possibly, okay? Well, hey, thank you for being so concise be you. Welcome to call anytime. See I think all of those fascinating topics, and I hope that they get the wider coverage that they deserve. I had been reading about the ring of fire and the increase activity that win only not only what that means for earth earthquakes volcanoes. But also for soon Omni's, and an unusual weather phenomenon that already affecting places around the ring of fire. So thank you. Jay, very mindful of those. We should always be Michael is in Monroe Washington on a first time caller light on we drop him. I'm so sorry callback. Michael west of the Rockies JOL is in bozeman on coast to coast, AM, Joel. I just got to make a quick comment. I'm calling you for about ninety miles from Yellowstone hasn't been one believe a word about any activity going on. I'm in big trouble. Well, no, I'm glad you told me that. So you haven't heard anything locally? But would it ordinarily get coverage if it were going on? Yes. Okay. About the topic up for years to I have what I wanna call. Appreciate the step submarine. Documentary on the history channel about that. It was a German submarine have had to. German officers. She two Japanese officers on board. They were delivering yellowcake. That was somewhere along the processing boys to deliver to Japan right in the commander of the sub sound out that the war was after the bombs were dropped as the war was over. Oh, wait. I'm sorry. I used to be the war in Europe was overseas me, what he did was divert is he decided instead of going to Japan. Now that the war was over in Europe. He had a right to Portsmouth, Portsmouth wherever it wasn't. He went was yellowcake Germans never developed an atomic bomb. Well. I'll give you develop an approximity Hughes hectic at trinity in Nevada desert about Joe, July twenty fifth or story somewhere in there. They said atomic explosion off in the Nevada desert. Yeah. I hope I was clear enough in drawing the line there on thinking that I the uranium part. I'm good with the processed uranium, but not that the bombs had already been developed, which I that was the first I'd ever heard of that. And the thing is though they they didn't use. They made the Germans on George. Carey office because no. American. Yellowcake is they do use that yellowcake in the bombs that right now, I don't think yellowcake is right readily available. I don't know how to build Tommy bomb while it's in the process of refinement. So it was in quantities that whereas what they were still looking for in in the Manhattan project. So. The reason we knew very well way before. The Germans did not have the had not developed an atomic bomb is he a captured German generals and what they did when they captured important people. They put them in nice quarters that they had the quarters bug from the top to bottom, and they gave good wine, whiskey or whatever. And all that good food in the end, everything brogden, they had the conversation from German generals that they hadn't developed Tommy bomb, and they had. Dugway ahead of time that the Germans have never gotten Bill put a bomb together, they had fluent German Americans that were either I guess serving them right or they were like acting as as. Medtronic bugsy. Right. Right. The head that too. But I mean, they it was interesting because if I remember they had they had all sorts of different ways where they were Lulling the Germans into thinking that nobody was understanding them when they spoke German and everybody was standing the. Well, I don't know about that. Did try to get a lot of conversation renew this German because it was a lot of fear that the Germans developed developing atomic bomb. We did we sent one off the thing is when they set that bomb off Truman was in Potsdam talking to Stalin, the boy, you know. What was going to happen after the war, and when the twin Kumon and know that we had developed this very powerful bomb. It was so surprising. Stolen wasn't even concerned. He didn't like a big deal because spice here, it already told them about everything, right? So that's all I have scraped. You'll appreciate that you jumped in and interesting to thank you for the balance on saying that you hadn't heard anything about Yellowstone. I'll still look into it though. Thomas in the Bronx on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM open lines, Tom. Yeah. I like to say that in the nineteen twenties. Mid nineteen twenties diffraction fund, which maybe you've heard of it's close to still be around somewhere used to take kids from the the smoker in cities in the summer.

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"ray room" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"And I think I've had people in my life with the diction, and it's just like that whole storyline that that bar was like a neighboring these people who have worked so hard like it like. Mad to that bar. I was like, oh such a great seem like I feel like motion talking about it. But it was just so powerful. And I thought like, wow. But it's like, so it's such a true depiction of like how life can be do. You know what I mean? Like, there's people out there. Like do. You know, what I mean like it was such a metaphor for like how life can be and for people that don't watch grace. I do know that there are some people that now isn't the podcasts at didn't wanna listen the podcast because they're like, I don't watch Grey's anatomy. So I didn't think I could. Yeah. Follow along. We don't even talk to talk about it people that don't watch this show. I mean, he's a recovering alcoholic. He's been sober for eight years. And there's a bar that basically says like we'll take your tokens sober shipped over chips. And we'll give you that money shots for however, many years you've been sober. And it's so hard like, I can't believe that's so messed up that these people, you know, what I mean like, but it's such a metaphor for things that happen in life in there are. People like that in your life. And it's like you ultimately, it's your choice Weber. He sat down he got poured the vodka firm, and he just like went, and he just took a bat to like the whole thing was like how dare you guys like this to people who've been working hard for their families working hard to be better people. And it was just so it was such a powerful. That was amazing. And then Katherine has. Oh, yeah. To brain, no spine. Yes. Fine. It Jackson just found out in the finale Jackson found found out and then. Okay. All right. I hope Catherine's, okay? So this whole time with Meredith and DeLuca I've been like gross. I don't like it. Okay. Let me rewind DeLuca. I came on the show. I thought he was going to be married as new of interest. When he I was introduced I was like he's so hot. This is amazing. He's a new mkx dreamy. And then they didn't go that way. At all. So I always didn't think anything of it. I thought of him as a child so recently between what's link and DeLuca I'm like links seems more like mayor the speed. But these this last episode I have like the giddy feeling that I had with MC dreamy that I have with DeLuca in Meriden. Wow. That is. X Ray room and they're like close. And then in the elevator DeLuca makes his feelings known. He's like, I want you. About on because she agrees to have drinks with link. Yeah. And then he he sees it that happening. Like, look, I gotta jump in here. I'm I'm minute to drop. Yeah. So then they're the elevator Hugo stand over there. Let's not even she knows. What happens elevators and then lights go. Going. There's a lot of chemistry there because when she and even a like Meredith in this situation because she's like she feels it. And she's like I have to walk away. I'm gonna walk right now. But there's somebody's Honda would rather see Meredith with. Oh, no. I don't feel. I've never I feel like I haven't seen any of the DeLuca stuff. So I don't feel any love connection with the guy that she went to California with. The neuro guy. Neuro. He's like kind of a dick. But like he has a soft heart and like you see that like he's like just wants to help, Catherine. And he like there's this bad boy, not bad way. Like kinda like you. He's gross. But then like he's actually really good inside. Let's get him with even. Is it because he's more age appropriate of and that guy, I think I'm more age appropriate for each other. I feel like she's considerably older than DeLuca or Lincoln. No. So the age gap because I'm all about Nick and Priyanka Chopra right now. So I'm like invade gap. I think I'm just like in the him because I feel like he has this like bad rap, and like everyone has them like wrong, and I feel like I could see this like I'm the comeback for him..

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"ray room" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I was like. I was like, all right. I either broke my collarbone. It's an AC joint classic Andrew lucked situation or my shoulder separated, which would have been the highlight that would have been the goal, right? There's a shoulder separation. I get home on my sleep it off CO. I feel tomorrow wake up, go the colts game with you guys have a good time grit. Bear at the whole time after that, and we should go get an x Ray, go get an x Ray. I'm in the x. Ray room. The x Ray tech takes the rays, and I'm looking at them there on the wall. I can see them and I'm like, oh, it doesn't. There looks like there's nothing there in by this point. It already feels a little bit better more loose with things. Shoulder separation. Here we go. This is good. Ligaments do need them, they'll they'll loosen up. They'll be good. We, I was like, oh, so nothing to jarring I assume because he didn't seem out of the ordinary. He's technically I can't really read it. I can't tell you legally. I'm not allowed to read it. I find radiologists for your school. Six years, but I was like, no big deal. This guy seems casual about it. I go sit down. The nurse practitioner comes back in the room. She goes, she's knocks on the door. Slowly opens angle yet. It's way broke. That's year seven. By the way, it's way. Oh, by the it's way bro. No. I'm going back now. I'm looking because I was drunk at a wedding. Nine, forty, five on Saturday night. He goes forty percent chance. I broke caller go, and I said, love that you fall. Just five and shoulder. Love, faller love what you're doing. So I think this is a message for everybody. These lion bird scooters are incredibly fun. They're saving the environment. One scoot at a time. You're not using gas, they're efficient, they, you don't have to pay much, but what they don't come with is a confidence warning. You're going to be tooting around on that thing. It's just a two and a half inch piece of metal that you're standing on by the way three inches medal across and you're going fifteen miles an hour, and you might be on there for ten fifteen minutes. You might really start feeling yourself. You might think back to the days in high school when you were Tony hawk pro skateboarder or maybe you're on a Mongoose BMX bike, then you were just fucking grind in everywhere. You had the shoes that could grind on and you think, you know what? I have good balance. I'm a monster on his thing. I've been on your ten minutes or so I figured out, I know where to break sore, but what it doesn't tell you say, listen, your confidence is wrong. This is something like you haven't done in ten years from now. You haven't done for fifteen years. Your body weight is going to send you one way in the scooters gonna go another way out of nowhere. When I was on that thing in LA was my first time ever bird scooting around. I thought on numerous occasions, I have no clue. People don't fuck themselves up because it's very easy to be wide open. And then if you have to stop with the quickness, there's a lot of dexterity there from thumb to break to everything, and then the Waga quick out of nowhere. And it's only three inches wide that you're standing on and there's there's a lot of potential for injury. Not that I ever want them to see them disappear, but I've no clue other going to withstand the lawsuits that gonna get not from Nick, but from humans. Exactly. Like Nick who not only popped their called abode, but potentially their face in head open, which is right around the corner where exactly there's very little this road one the other day. And I was like, there's very little between me in the street right now. The problem is if you have to for some reason because a flaw in the street or whatever. Bill from that, your feeder zero miles an hour when they're on their? Oh, yeah. To win a blink of an eye, be fifteen miles an hour up. That means you're going to be an athlete. So..

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"ray room" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"I was like. I was like, all right. I either broke my collarbone. It's an AC joint classic Andrew lucked situation or my shoulder separated, which would have been the highlight that would have been the goal, right? There's a shoulder separation. I get home on my sleep it off CO. I feel tomorrow wake up, go the colts game with you guys have a good time grit. Bear at the whole time after that, and we should go get an x Ray, go get an x Ray. I'm in the x. Ray room. The x Ray tech takes the rays, and I'm looking at them there on the wall. I can see them and I'm like, oh, it doesn't. There looks like there's nothing there in by this point. It already feels a little bit better more loose with things. Shoulder separation. Here we go. This is good. Ligaments do need them, they'll they'll loosen up. They'll be good. We, I was like, oh, so nothing to jarring I assume because he didn't seem out of the ordinary. He's technically I can't really read it. I can't tell you legally. I'm not allowed to read it. I find radiologists for your school. Six years, but I was like, no big deal. This guy seems casual about it. I go sit down. The nurse practitioner comes back in the room. She goes, she's knocks on the door. Slowly opens angle yet. It's way broke. That's year seven. By the way, it's way. Oh, by the it's way bro. No. I'm going back now. I'm looking because I was drunk at a wedding. Nine, forty, five on Saturday night. He goes forty percent chance. I broke caller go, and I said, love that you fall. Just five and shoulder. Love, faller love what you're doing. So I think this is a message for everybody. These lion bird scooters are incredibly fun. They're saving the environment. One scoot at a time. You're not using gas, they're efficient, they, you don't have to pay much, but what they don't come with is a confidence warning. You're going to be tooting around on that thing. It's just a two and a half inch piece of metal that you're standing on by the way three inches medal across and you're going fifteen miles an hour, and you might be on there for ten fifteen minutes. You might really start feeling yourself. You might think back to the days in high school when you were Tony hawk pro skateboarder or maybe you're on a Mongoose BMX bike, then you were just fucking grind in everywhere. You had the shoes that could grind on and you think, you know what? I have good balance. I'm a monster on his thing. I've been on your ten minutes or so I figured out, I know where to break sore, but what it doesn't tell you say, listen, your confidence is wrong. This is something like you haven't done in ten years from now. You haven't done for fifteen years. Your body weight is going to send you one way in the scooters gonna go another way out of nowhere. When I was on that thing in LA was my first time ever bird scooting around. I thought on numerous occasions, I have no clue. People don't fuck themselves up because it's very easy to be wide open. And then if you have to stop with the quickness, there's a lot of dexterity there from thumb to break to everything, and then the Waga quick out of nowhere. And it's only three inches wide that you're standing on and there's there's a lot of potential for injury. Not that I ever want them to see them disappear, but I've no clue other going to withstand the lawsuits that gonna get not from Nick, but from humans. Exactly. Like Nick who not only popped their called abode, but potentially their face in head open, which is right around the corner where exactly there's very little this road one the other day. And I was like, there's very little between me in the street right now. The problem is if you have to for some reason because a flaw in the street or whatever. Bill from that, your feeder zero miles an hour when they're on their? Oh, yeah. To win a blink of an eye, be fifteen miles an hour up. That means you're going to be an athlete. So..

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"ray room" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Vernon speaking of not being winners and hits to go back to my uh my game on i don't even know i don't even know where i am nominee or by what he will not use it in okay i was in houston for the rockets in timber wolves skandia and um you know it was a a lot going on i mean i had that reporter bomber wasn't it was bomber wall it was a lot going on his first pregame um i you know had that hit about jimmy butler and his response to lou williams tweet you know upset that he sat out the allstar game and he was he said you know anyone who doesn't have a problem me sitting out like the winners got one hundred thousand dollars so you want to play one on one for one hundred thousand dollars you know i'll show you y like i'm not going to you know pull out of that game anywhere his that kind of blow up in then the ben and back in a vat game obviously we saw him go down and um you know i've been on sidelines now for two years and i've dealt with injuries but that was really the first injury i'd to deal with the to a big name player that could have potentially ben seasonending and so in handling like running back to the locker room trying to figure out where he was i went to lock rubies actually in the x ray room and at inter where you know i i didn't know that until.

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"ray room" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ray room" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"The under de'andre francois injury it unfolded right in front i have to be standing right on florida state's don let online at and watch can walk into the parent and be tended to in there he came out on the court not follow that car back into the uh holloway of the stadium he went into the ray room and was in there for some time and came out uh stood on awesome crutches had a huge black brace on his left they jumped on the car was in obvious i ain't i mean he was grimacing and someone asked him if he was okay and he gave a thumbs up but i certainly doesn't look good both fisher said um that they don't want to speculate uh you know he's learnt not to do that and that he did see francesoir i all jimbo go into the panic on the sideline him and blocks ship wall back out and he city basically told france while man i'm really sorry you're hurting i love uh they don't know the extent of the yet he said build the chairman that undiagnosed it mark does not sound happy there you can hear the disappointment in his voice i n e who has the better quarterback to um i i didn't have huge expectations for france while going to this i read some buzz about him and you know who's kind of like one of the quarterbacks you need to keep an eye on going into the season made a little bit less harrald it but it's just you know now that's derailed will not really have an opportunity to see what he could have been how his nfl stock could have risen on any of the quarter other quarterbacks in college football catchy rai this weekend.

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