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"richard e graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

05:12 min | 7 months ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Yeah. Let's talk about the Manchester Derby because let's do it let's do it. This was such a strange game of football. Can I say I just want to give a shout out to Kelly Kate, by the way, who probably won the weekend from a football coverage point of view. A how she kept it all together on sky. Yeah, after the game anyway, but also when they were going over and over and over the second goal and Micah Richards and Graham soon as we're arguing, her look to camera, when Graeme zoon has requested another replay of it, where she said, can we have it one more time for gray and please? Was like brilliant. My name's Kelly kase and you're probably wondering how I got here. Record scratch. She's amazing, man. I don't know. I just thought sometimes. All right, as a Monday night, if I'm what do you think of this game? Entirely predictable I was talking to actually another united fan Jenner on Twitter and I was just going, actually, I think this was, if anything, the school I must lower the night expected. I thought this would have been three or four easy, especially in the first half. I'm actually surprised that united got as much as 30% possession, maybe that's because they made adjustments second half, but it turns the game itself this was its own way worse than the 5 mil against durable. I think it was worse than the 5 nil. I think it was a little bit more inevitable. I think it was in terms of the complete, the result the 5 live pool is it's unbelievable to be honest. The 5 nil should be numbing, but we've normalized that we've normalized terrible results in huge games or old traffic. We've normalized them. That's really dangerous. The 5 knows like a kind of a stroke, you know? The two nor here the worry here is that there was no point at which Manchester United had any kind of real ascendancy. Yeah. It was just the way that city, you know, we know a city do. Look, to be honest, they did this to live on the two two in the first half of that game where they were just superb the first sporty. Absolutely brilliant. But the thing about lippo was you sensed even in that there was an armrest so there was a constant sense of counterpunch. Manchester United at no point. And this is the thing the players getting all this criticism. Can I say this right? It must be exceptionally stressful I've never asked the united player to have the opportunity to, but I think it must be extremely stressful and daunting. Knowing after a 5 year going to go out and play city and knowing that your plan will very likely be inferior to theirs, whatever it is, whether it's back three or back four, the knowledge that you will not have sufficient coaching in the right areas and I see a lot of criticism individual players I saw Roy Keane tearing into friction. I really don't like. I don't like that. When a team has been set up Ryan, whether it overloads all over the pitch, you can't, it's hard enough against city when you're going toe to when you got a good system. It's hard enough wrong. Everyone's going off to show our shore looks the short looks at Maguire, even Maguire, and Ryan. The two goals that got conceded were stress related. You will not see a bigger example of stress related goals. Bio conceives that slice it in the amount of pressure prior to that. The amount of pressure the analogy I draw it is, you know, sometimes you watch these photos on you these photos of highways that have collapsed under intense rainfall, where there's like, in 48 hours, a month's worth of rain will fall. That was and the cracks appear. That was United's defense against city. And that defense the defense of problems don't come. Just, you defend as a team, you defend with the first press, then the midfielder, by the time the ball gets the defense the pressure is so overwhelming, you're going to concede goals that are worse than they are. But it's because you're having to repel so much because your Ford's up pressing curated fashion, they're not together, they're not bunching. So what happened to united was it was just that it was a stress fracture all over the body. All over the skeleton that makes sense. So this is not I'm not going to blame individuals for this. I think this is on this is on the coach. I think there's too many individual errors and failures for it to be an individual problem. You can throw out a thing at 1% and say, you need to close the cross down. Yes. Absolutely. So you can say, oh, Bruno financial, you need to maybe step out and read that past that square pass that goes to cancelo in the first place. Yeah. But that comes from a level of intensity that is down to the coach. The thing that I would be really, really alarmed about now is how boring this game was. Right, exactly. Yeah, that's what I would be alarmed about the most. I'm sorry if we've talked about this a million times because I must be really, really annoying for Manchester United fans, because it's kind of like, I don't think it's anywhere near device or is it used to be? I think now people are like, yeah, they know. You know, like Carl got absolutely roasted. Yeah, can I say this? I have to say this. I have to say this is the way that people pursued car anchor for saying what he said about mouse's structure was shameful. Yeah, it was. Here's the thing. It's not easy to say these things. No one likes. Some might think we enjoy heartburn this year so oligarchy is a legend of Manchester United, right? It gives people know his legacy a key part of his legacy now will be this, and people.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"All right well. Unfortunately we have to leave it there and it's all coming back to me now this year and a half ago so shoot me for forgetting We had set up. Or at least i thought we had set up the time to go deep into the. Who like we did with our earlier episode with the basketball association. But i think dennis had gotten the time wrong and he had some other point to go to the profusely. Apologize at the end of this clip. My safety matt. And i just Foolishly have not followed up since. I just kept going on with other episodes and whatnot. We had a great response to the episode. But i probably do dennis another call so we can hopefully maybe go a little bit deeper into the w. h. story and frankly some of his other ex points he was involved in the world team. Tennis thing we're gonna get into that in a couple of weeks with a couple of guests. Finally luckily and certainly roller hockey international. Which we've had a cup of coffee with with our pal. Richard neal graham and we have another episode probably featuring a very special guest Going to be related to that as well so Dennis if you're listening We will Probably try to give you a buzz sometime in the weeks ahead and maybe we can Sort of complete the circle all were challenger league goodness that we bow reverentially in your general direction. In thanks to sports fans or from sports fans all over the place without pioneers. Like you and your Your cohort and crime gary davidson and a whole bunch of others. We i don't think would have such a Interesting and colorful history to us to go back into each and every week here on this show as well as The the current You know amazing this of of pro sports if and when it comes back into its full glory Lot of the pioneering efforts And vanguards of of those things that we enjoy today came from a lot of were innovations back in the day. All right we want to before we run. Thank you for not only listening but for following us on social media. Where at all kinds of different places. You'll find us on instagram. At good seats still available. You'll find us on twitter at good seats still. There is a facebook page devoted to us. Just search up there. And daffy forget all of that and just want more all the various episodes that you just may have missed one or two point your browser whatever version of a fire fox or microsoft edge or chrome. Whatever you use these days too good seats still available dot com. Yep that's our website every single stinking episode including this little mini lost and found We'll be found literally and figuratively on that site. Of course why not. You make your life a lot easier just simply subscribing to wherever you get your podcast. That's easier. Thank god sakes but either way please continue to come and enjoy our little drizzle of content that we throw at each and every week to in our silly little genre of forgotten sports. We appreciate your passion your your interest your proverbial cards and letters sent some email. Go ahead. we're at hello at good seats. Still available dot com and yeah. Don't get on the website just if you search for. I need to call it out more easily. But there is a little lincoln there. If you just search around for to get onto our weekly email newsletter just Give us your Your name and your email address and we will not share it with anybody. No spam we promise but we will send you each and every week a little head start to What will be The topic do say whatever. The french word is for week Because we do it every week and we talked to send a a little early advance notice to our friends to be in the know to sign up for that email newsletter on the website. Now one last bit of news. Let's say not news but Thanks kudos if you will to our pal jerry. Paint down in metro atlanta who is safely Distancing from all that might ill him and his his colleagues down there doing all the right things and including of course putting all of our editing pieces together for this episode and all of our episodes the date and we appreciate his efforts as always said so. Jerry pain audio excellence this week. Once again he has risen to the call. We appreciate him. We appreciate you. And i thank you tremendously for listening and let's leave you again with. We always look for an excuse for great theme songs and and great audio and although we've played it before why the hell while we play it again because there's probably the best and maybe the only that i know of if you know of any others please let me know the theme song eight theme song. The best theme song may be the only theme song of the w. h. as motley crue of teams and that of course being the new england and then hartford whalers. Here it is. It's the song you know you love. You can't live without it. It's the brass. Pundits hair comes. Take care.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Had his hand and a whole bunch of other pro sports experts. Well we're going to hopefully get to some of those in a couple of Future conversations with dennis in the weeks and months ahead so please indeed stay tuned to this little podcast fee and we will Look forward to sharing more conversations with the at ninety three years young. Dennis murphy on future episodes. You wanna find out more about murph and his history and his exploits a couple of things. I can point you to both of which can be found at a good seats. Still available are little website to search this episode with dennis murphy. And you'll find a link to the book written in conjunction with richard neal. Graham who was kind enough to kind of get the ball rolling and getting connected to dennis and obviously Richard was our guest in an early episode talking about the roller hockey international interesting stories and legends that So you can search for that on the website. Good still dot com which also find a link when you find this episode with With dennis murphy to the book that rich and denis co-authored called murph sports entrepreneur man and his leagues that came out in two thousand thirteen. That's just a treasure trove of all kinds of Reminiscences in interviews. And all that kind of stuff about the great dennis murphy and there's also a hard to find documentary out there. We got to sort of figure out a way to see where and when that was released and where it can be found. But we'll have more information for you on that at our website on this episode good seed syllable dot com that Documentary is called game changer. The dennis murphy story That also came out in two thousand thirteen and say Production of global sports productions screaming eagle productions So those two items are out there and We will have links conveniently for you to get both of us at our website. At good seeds. Still available dot com. It's also the place you can find of course. All of our social media feeds on twitter. You'll find us a good seat still on instagram. You'll find a good seats still available. You will find a facebook page devoted to us as well and of course on the website you will find a link to send us some e mail but you can do that directly force by sending that to hello at good seats. Still available dot com. You'll also find a link conveniently on our website to subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Seek well informed and maybe early That as to what our next episode is been be for the coming week and All kinds of other good stuff. Of course all links to all of our great Sponsors and stuff there too again. That's a good seats. Still available dot com one last. Thanks to our friends at a pop fly productions in particular. Of course the very good doctor the esteemed jerry pain and his team at pod fly productions find out more about him and then emp at pod. Fly dot net all right. Thank you so much for listening to this. Very special episode. More to come with dennis murphy in the coming months and we look forward to sharing that and lots of other great stories and nooks and crannies from the world of forgotten sports here on the great show. Good seats still bill. Thanks for listening. Take care until next week. The ticket window is now.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"To bring to you a sadly a special commemorative episode to Reflect on the life of one of the pioneers frankly of this little genre that we carved out for ourselves over the years the realm of forgotten sports teams and leagues no longer with us And that is the passing. Sadly of dennis murphy Two-time former guest here on this show and absolutely one of the very few folks in the pantheon of challenger leagues and Innovators in the realm of professional sports. As you may know from our previous episodes In particular episode number. One twenty nine Where we talk about the old american basketball association. Dennis murphy was the co founder of that back in the late sixties has some great conversations. We had not only with him but some other folks around the old. Aba pat boone. For example in the oakland oaks and that kind of stuff to look up that episode as well and Again on episode number. One seventy nine. We had a shorter Conversation but we Started to scratch the surface a little bit about the world hockey association and other league that dennis murphy co founded. I mean to say that this This gentleman was full of energy and entrepreneurialism as a affected the realm of pro. Sports is an understatement. Maybe perhaps matched only by his longtime and often colleague gary davidson who was Still with us and hopefully will lead part of our our conversations coming up sooner rather than later But dennis murphy was a renaissance man. Many respects He passed away on july fifteenth. That just this recording this this past thursday and lived to the ripe old age. God bless ninety four He moved to california. After having been born in shanghai china having served at the us army and world war two Went to usc majored in economics We know that Was very much a die hard. Usc trojans sports fan Very well involved with the alumni association. All that kind of stuff. But he's an innovator and entrepreneur that he's probably most best known for in his professional sports endeavors as mentioned he co founded the american basketball association back in nineteen sixty seven. He co founded with gary davidson at some others the world hockey association in nineteen seventy two He co as we've hinted at In previous conversations that upload a few others to come the world team. Tennis group with billie jean king and And her then husband at the time in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. Excuse me nine hundred. Seventy four world team tennis and also co-founded roller hockey international. Yeah nineteen ninety three Couple of decades after his excursions in the in the seventies are great conversation with richard neal. Graham went into great depth around that and hopefully a conversation to come With jeanie buss who most know before sort of ascending the mantle of nba world champion and her family Exploits Kinda got her. Start cutting teeth if you will With the team in los angeles at the time with roller hockey international arguably Sort of an unsung. If you will co-founder at least foundational Participant in that league in the nineteen nineties regardless. It's safe to say that. Dennis murphy is one of the Most notable entrepreneurs and challenges if you will in modern day professional sports You could make the argument. Perhaps with Alongside gary davidson. Dennis murphy is responsible for many many many innovations both large and small That live on that exist today In professional sports that Frankly without His tinkering his chutzpah his ability to sell franchises. And the big bold ideas about what could be in in various pro sports that ultimately spun out of his head. the the world is a Lesser place now missing The great dentist merck so without any further ado we offer to you A look back to what we're going to do is condensed two versions of previous conversations that we have with dennis our episode number one twenty nine about the Mostly about the american basketball association from two thousand nineteen and our episode number one seventy nine are smaller But concentrated conversation around the world hockey association Please enjoy these previous conversations with the late. Great and already missed dennis murphy and.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's a M Tampa Bay bringing you everything from the copasetic to the cacophonous here with Jack here and Natalie and Katie on board, and we're joined now. By Richard Rick Graham. Who was a cash contest winner, and Richard, Thanks for joining us on a M Tampa Bay so we can remind people that at the top of the hour On several hours each day. They've got a chance to win big money. And how much did you win? $1000 who? That's sweet. Yep. $1000 will be doing that again in 806 for everyone's chance to win here. But what was that? Like? Because we hear from some people when they get the call. They don't answer it because they don't know the number. We say no, no. Sometimes you when your text you gotta answer the number to win $1000. I almost didn't answer it. And then I just happened to pick it up. And then they told me I want I wonder how many people have let that call. Go and not realizing that they're about to win $1000 and don't ever get it. Oh, I've got a lot You know, the nationwide keyword the text it to 202 100 for a chance to win. What was your key warden? You know what? I don't remember. It doesn't matter. You win the $1000. You don't even know keyword. Yeah, well, anyway, you're gonna bet it on the big game. No, no, no. You're smarter than their nice. So you'll do what Tom Brady we doing? M v p of the Super Bowl going to Disney World. Disney worked for you. All right, Richard. Thanks for joining us on a M. Tampa Bay and congratulations. Yes, guys. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. And again, Your next chance is coming up in eight o'clock. You hear the keyword you texted to 202 100 for a chance to win. I wish that we had the opportunity to do. We can't because we're employees. But it really is. It seems pretty simple. You texted and I've seen so many people with $1000. I wanna bring this up again because It was a story on on channel 10 about the Buccaneers and them getting their name and everything because they talked about how The Buccaneers were named that in a contest And I just wanted to mention that it was our contest on the morning show on W F l A in our listeners might have been You who sent in suggestions for names and we got hundreds of them. And I've forgotten who all awas Sure I was a little involved in it. But we had a group together that narrowed it down to 10 names the top 10. And we had three Sports writers for the papers, one for them from the Clearwater son No. No longer around one from the evening independent, which was the same Peter afternoon paper no longer around. And Tom McEwen from the Tampa Tribune no longer around. And we had three lists of the top 10 names for them to go through and place him in the order, which they liked him best. In other words, put their favorite at number one and Your worst favorite out of those 10 at the bottom. And it turned out the term buccaneer was the only one repeated on the three. Tom McEwen had it his number one And the sports reporter from the old Clearwater son headed his number 10. So it won the contest, which did him the Buccaneers, which is funny, because it doesn't mean it was the most popular name. It just was the one that was seeing the most. Yeah, and so it became the Buccaneers and I wasn't aware of this. But at one point The University of South Florida was debating whether to name them the Buccaneers or the Golden Brahmans, and this would have been back in the sixties and they let him vote. They voted for the Golden Brahmans instead of the Buccaneers and cow. How How could anybody go Golden Brahmins? That's better than bucking the years. Well, the funny thing is, we did did USF basketball games That was their first real sport. We did the games and they're called the Golden Brahmans and We made him drop the golden partner's calling the Brahmins. Yeah, I can't imagine being a cheerleader for that team. That was what was ridiculous. It was tough on another golden robins air coming out here and So we just dropped it and called in the Brahmins and later on, he became the bulls, which is much better Be there all day. Give me a G. Give me an up along here. It's like my high school. We were the Griffins. It was weird Brother Griffin. Yeah, Golden Brahmin mascot is just a man with a Braun. Well, it's 7 47, and we go to the newsroom and Chris strengthen. City and Polk County is drawing criticism for its decision to honor former President Trump. The Frostproof City Council voted to designate this week as Donald J. Trump Week that strike. Some is racist because it also happens to be black History Buff. Ah, Lakeland residents calling for a sit in at City Hall tomorrow to protest the decision and a Frostproof business owner tells the ledger she's considering a petition. To ensure it doesn't happen again next year. Students facing charges after a fight at a school in Pasco County. It took place in New Port Richey at River Ridge High School between 2/10 graders. Deputies arrested a 17 year old boy for felony battery. Other student will face a misdemeanor battery charge. The injured student was airlifted to the hospital as a precaution. Deputies say he is alert and cooperating with investigators. The players aren't the only ones who will be nervous before the Super Bowl, kicks off pilots at MacDill Air Force Base or getting ready this week for the pregame flyover. Timings essential to make sure they fly over Raymond James Stadium just as the national anthem singers hit the last note. On Chris Trackman NEWS, radio W F L A Now let's check Sports.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

14:54 min | 1 year ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"The house will taunted before now. I only parents what happened. Naturally i was a little confused. Father then told me the story of how one time he was working in the basement of our house and thought that he felt the presence of his own. Father even thought that he smelled them. Apparently he had an unmistakable body odor. My grandfather and my dad built the house. I grew up in and we often wondered if his spirit was still there then. Do the same held true for grandma. Oldies house for the night. Data would be a great idea. The test the theory he was a doctor by trade so we need to conduct an experiment. He then put hoshi on the kitchen. Table locked all the doors from the inside for locking up the house itself. The next day returned to finish up the yard sale and found that at fumbled up. Rapper was all there was less. Candy bar maxwell the tissue and the weirdest thing of all is no sign of weekend. Grandma always used a tissue. The napkin and she loved shot. What if i didn't believe in ghosts before actually did outta that day wasn't long. After she passed away that i began my any a logical adventure. And i hope she appreciates me finding out so much about the family from jesualdo and of course finding all of our cousins via dna. Though you know. I think she knew about most of them. Sometimes i can still hear her say christopher if i think about her long enough and she's still with me. I like to think that she is and always will be miss you nona. I've had similar experiences. Most of which i don't really talk about but one i think is kind of funny whenever i'm ill and i'm not eating very much which is always a sign that deal because i am all about the food i smell my mother's cooking and there's no one around i live by myself. There's a whole yard on either side between me and any of my neighbors. But i smell chicken noodles or i smell soup or some kind of casserole something. That is a familiar smell. It's a food that i liked from childhood and i know what it is. It's my mom. Saying i know you're sick but get up and eat and so whenever i smell food now when i'm ill and it comes absolutely from nowhere i just say okay mom thanks. I'm getting up to eat. And i make sure that i make myself a meal. The next stories from stacey cole. She works to document the names of enslaved persons in liberty county georgia and has a wonderful website called. They had names dot net. Here's her story. This is stacey coal from brunswick georgia. My story is about two of my ancestors. Sarah ashmore who in eighteen o four were farming on a small island called moss island in the south newport river just inland from the georgia coast near what is now. The harris neck wildlife refuge. They had four children. Joseph thirteen john. Ten sarah three and elizabeth an infant for those of you who don't know coastal georgia. It can be a terribly harsh environment. It's gorgeous with its huge live. Oaks draped with spanish moss and spectacular marsh views but it has vicious. Mosquitoes biting gnats poisonous. Snakes alligators will you get the picture. Coastal georgia is also right at and sometimes below sea level in late august of eighteen. O four a violent hurricane swept across jamaica. According to walter fraser in his book low country hurricanes it was the first great storm of the new century in that region. It inflicted terrible damage in the caribbean and it got stronger. As it moved north and curve toward the american coastline it started hitting the coastline on september. Sixth and seven by friday september seventh fraser described it as an immense tropical cyclone that was still miles off shore but soon would simultaneously enveloped large portions of both georgia and south carolina by saturday september. Ace everyone along. That coast must have known. They were in for something but what. The ashmore is on tiny moss island. Were unknowingly right in the path that day as the wind howled and whipped up waves in the river they must have been fearful but without all the modern technology that tells us today what to expect. Similar weather had happened before without lasting damage. But that was not to be their fate. Let me continue in the words of the reverend charles kukoc jones. Who told the story at sarah's funeral in eighteen forty seven he said the water driven by the storm overflowed the entire island and washed away every vestige of the settlement. Mrs ashmore lost a child from her arms and two others were drowned. She floated ashore on part of the house. As did mr ashmore. And his son joseph and a servant neither of them knowing that another done survived on reaching the shore when the storm somewhat abated. Mr ashmore whooped. Hello hoping against hope that some one of his family might have been preserved someone answered him and making his way through the storm and water and drifted trees and said to his inexpressible joy. He discovered his wife their thoughts then turned upon their children. He whooped again and was answered by his son. Joseph and a servant woman he collected them together and they were all remained alive he had by the providence of god lost everything they possessed in this life but although they had escaped a watery grave and had met with so heavy loss in such deep affliction yet their hearts were not turned to god and they pass through it all without any permanent or saving change in their character. Jones went on to describe that ash more set immediately to work. Put up a small house on the mainland. He took the servant woman back to moss island where they raised a crop. Mrs ashmore in her new home on the mainland with a cheerful heart and true energy and independence went into the field around her house without any assistance and raised provision enough to support the whole family for the year you may be wondering about the servant woman. She was a slave. I don't know how many enslaved people were lost that day on moss island but walter fraser tells us that seventy alone were drowned at nearby brought to nyland. Their stories of course are lost to us from my research. I believe that slave woman on mercer island was named sibi. Five years later john ashmore raped her and fathered a child who was named toby. Cities modern day descendants and i know that because of dna which reveals to us the same individual can both suffer terrible tragedy and inflict great tragedy on so joseph the child who survived who lost his younger brother and two sisters all in an instant. He grew up to be my third great grandfather. One of the things. I love about stacy stories. Not just to that. It has history to it not just that it's about her family but also that it has a moral and that it has something to say about history and about today next. I'm going to share with you. A gem from my family back in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. I had already started work on my family tree. Uncle patrick had given it to me in nineteen eighty and he was down in texas and his mother. My grandmother was visiting there and so she and he sat down with a tape recorder. Apparently at my orders and with my little cousin crawling all over them they recorded some stories and this is one of the stories that tells you a little bit about the family. I come from and their sense of humor. It's about church and about some things that my did as a child in pecos texas to do with church here this can we live in broke into the church announcement. You david. Who is the undertaker waltz. They've got wallace's named lived right behind. You broke into the church. The only and they don't do that that lane. they do. Marquee washington the yard yeah. Our churches virus gives the name of the pants and the sermon of the knicks sunday. And the time for sunday school time to church and you and david took call letters arranged everything not only that. Within the next week you went to sunday school together every sunday. Immune david hilbert hands and sang. Pistol-packing mon all my teacher said google. We're going let each of you sing. Whatever little religious. And so you and david saying history in rome. All that song she did and then drinking beer in a cabaret dancing where the lawn. La that pistol down lay that pistol thankful pistou in mama laid at pistol down. I like telling stories. And i like hearing people tell stories remember that i interviewed my dad so that he could tell stories to you. But my favorite thing are these little gems these few rare recordings that my uncle made with my gretel gordon with my grandmother with my great grandmother and those stories. They are the best thing. There are other stories that my grandmother tells about my great grandmother and then my great grandmother tells about her parents and all of her cousins. I hope that you are all in the practice of taking folklore and right now with covert. I hope that you're using particularly zoom because you can record both sides of the conversation those little pieces of heaven you will be so grateful for them in the future and so happy to hand them down there so important. I can't say it enough. This last one is probably of all the things that we've talked about and heard today the thing that's actually scaring me and that will actually keep me awake. It's from the cards will weekly journal of six june. One thousand nine hundred eighty two and it's what to do with locusts. The locust corpses are accumulating in such large quantities in some parts of town as to give forth a terrible stench at lane place seven. We'll barrel loads of shells and bodies have been hauled off and burned. The locus sings loudest at noon. Hardly at all at night professor. Mb thomas salting down a big box of locusts which he will take back with him to burt. Lake to use for bait fishing. The locust makes fine feed for poultry of all kinds. The male locust makes all the noise but the female does the business. She has already begun to lay her eggs in the tender branches of young trees to distinguish citizens of laura maryland gave a locust pie. Feast last saturday to about twenty invited guests. The pies were prepared by a well-known caterer of that city who gives the following recipe. There were about fifty locus to the pie. I first scaled them and trimmed off the wings. Legs and heads then putting them in a wooden bowl. I chopped the locusts mixed with stale bread soaked in milk preparing them the same as hamburger steak instead of salt and pepper. I added sugar and rhubarb flavor and cream to soften the ingredients which are then put into a regular pie bottom the same as custard pie and covered with a cross open top. The pies were then placed in an oven and baked. Richard a graham and electricity of louisville. Who was one of the partake of the pie declared it closely resembled. Partridge while mr oland. And mr bro. Shot claimed it tasted like hamburger steak. No just no no so if anything gives you the willies after this episode. I don't think that it will be fears of a horse riding up into your bed which actually happened. I don't think it will be thoughts of murderers and ghosts. I think it will be that someone feeds you a locust pie and that you didn't know that it was a locust pie until after you swallowed. Thank you all for being along for this. The first ever skelly rallies episode. I hope that next year you will submit a recorded story about one of your ancestors or a recipe or maybe both. That would be wonderful. In the meantime you know what i always say. Expect surprises pool..

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"richard e graham" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KCRW

"Okay? And let here with you on morning becomes eclectic. I have some awesome folks to thank today. I want to thank Tommy Atley from Los Angeles were becoming a new member and choosing the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank as your thank you gift. That's amazing. And in the comments that Tommy wrote, Go, Dodgers go, Lakers go! David Lynch. I love that. Dodgers crucial pitching tonight. Right Game Two of the NLDS Lakers have a game on Friday night. In their Siri's. Yeah, what's going on? And, of course, David Lynch here with us every single weekday morning with a check of the weather. William Cromley from Los Angeles. Also a new member. Who says Thanks for all of you do thank you so much. Felipe Spinella, Saucedo. From Washington, D. C. Thank you so much for becoming yet again. A new member, as is Richard Wolf Graham from San Francisco, California Mark Wills from Long Beach, renewing membership and Amber Clause from Glendale. Thank you for calling in. Hey, we just heard from the UK Anthony Bird from Kurt Cut. Bright is how you say it, Anthony, her cub right in the United Kingdom. Thank you So much for your membership. Bruce Graham from Los Angeles, Joseph Parker from Portland, Oregon. I want to thank Mary Bell Louis from Hermosa Beach. Andrew Thompson from Santa Ana says being informed this is actually great comment. Being informed, helps a lot with making good decisions. Keep adding Good questions to both sides of the aisle. Amen to that. And you know, we are, by the way covering the vice presidential debate. You don't even have to turn away from case here. W we won't interrupt your programming. I come to you, You know, right now to tell you a little bit about a power in numbers drive, But we're gonna bring you the entire vice presidential debate, along with commentary from NPR. And then after that music with Travis Holcomb case here w dot com slash give or 806 105 to 79. Catch yourself in. I'll be thinking a bunch more of you as the morning continues. Thanks for being with me. POW sponsors include Netflix, presenting.

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"All right. Well, unfortunately, we have to leave it there and it's all coming back to me. Now this is a year and a half ago so Shoot me for forgetting but. I believe we had set up or at least I thought we had said at the time to go deep into the what like we did with our. Earlier episode with the. Basketball Association. But I think Dennis had gotten the time wrong and he had to some other appointment to to. The, profusely, apologize to the end of this clip my saved you from that. And I just foolishly have not followed up since I just kept going on with other episodes and whatnot, and we had a great response the ABA episode. But I probably do oh Dennis, another call. So we can hopefully maybe go a little bit deeper into the WHO story and frankly some of his other exploits he was involved in the World Team tennis thing we're going to get into that in a couple of weeks with a couple of guests finally luckily and certainly roller hockey international which we. Had A cup of coffee with with our Powell Richard Yield Graham. And we have another episode probably featuring a very special guest. Going to be related to that as well. So. Dennis if you're listening. We will probably try to give you a buzz. Sometime in the weeks ahead and maybe we can sort of complete the circle of all of your challenger League goodness that we bow reverentially. In your general. Direction. In, thanks to sports, fans or from sports fans all over the place without pioneers like you and your your cohort and crime, Gary Davidson, and whole bunch of of others. We I don't think would have such a An interesting and colorful history to to go back into each and every week here on this show. As. Well as the the current Amazing this of pro sports if and when it comes back into its full glory a lot of the pioneering efforts. and. Vanguards of of those things that we enjoy today came from a lot of your innovations back in the day. All right we. Want to before we run. Thank you for not only listening but for following us on social media where at. All kinds of different places you'll find us on instagram at. Still, available. You'll find us on twitter at good seats still are there is a facebook page devoted to us to search up there. And you forget all of that and just want more all the various episodes that you just may have missed. Wanted to point your browser, whatever version of Fire Fox or Microsoft edge or chrome whatever use these two good seats still available dot com. Yep that's our website every single stinking episode including this little mini lost and found. We'll be found literally and figuratively on that site. Of course why not you make your life a lot easier i. just simply subscribing to wherever you get your podcast. That's the easier thing God sakes. But either way please continue to come and enjoy our little drizzle of content that we throw at each and every week to us. and our silly little genre of forgotten sports. We appreciate your passion, your your interest, Europe, proverbial cards, and letters sent some email. Go ahead We're at hello at good seats still available DOT COM and. Don't forget on the website just if you search for it, I, need to call it out more easily but there is a little lincoln there if you search around for to get onto a weekly email newsletter. Just give us your your name and your email address, and we will not share it with anybody no spam we promise about. We will send you each and every week little head start to what will be The topic do I don't know it says whatever the French word for week. Because we do it every week and we talked to send a little early advance notice to our friends. To be in the know to sign up for that email newsletter on the website One last bit of news. Let's say fan not news. Thanks Kudos. If you will to our jerry paint down in Metro Atlanta who is safely distancing. From All that might to him and his. His colleagues down there he's doing all the right things and including, of course. Putting all of our editing pieces together for this episode in all of our besides the date. And we appreciate his efforts as always said, jerry pain audio excellence. This week once again he has. Risen to the call, we appreciate him we appreciate you and I thank you tremendously for listening and Let's leave you again with we always for an excuse for great theme songs and. Audio, and although we've played it before why the how we play it again because that's probably the best. Maybe the only that I know of if you know of any others, please let me know. The theme Song Eighth Theme Song The best theme song may be the only theme song of the W. H. as. Motley crue of teams and that of course being the new. England. And then Hartford whalers. Here it is. It's the song you know you love you can't live without. It's the brass bonanza hair comes take care of seeing..

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"richard e graham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KGO 810

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"richard e graham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"richard e graham" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KTRH

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"richard e graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"richard e graham" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Crop one forties overnight I'm Robert wood again news on demand and news radio okay LBJ dot com from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM now here's your chance does Richard said Graham Parker for you hold back the night the self proclaimed zodiac killer claimed to have killed thirty seven people during his five years of terrorizing the San.

"richard e graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Oregon ducks shooting fifty percent of the season title fourteen X. thirty six percent by the way their second turnover for order the buffaloes this too yeah right wing I can't come to double team top of the file is cold origin this was sprouting in and I always cold on Memphis credits his first probably put in a couple years ago were you're entitled to do kind of like your position your body you know you got your space here talk to so many invade your personal space that's basically what it is running shorts on the left side of the account gets a hypo spray pulls up from sixteen this is thank you Richard this is working with the please second the fourth and that will become a factor here the first with the twenty three to play in the opening frame of the buffaloes on top fifteen fourteen former use drawing blue's clues in what we believe is a sell out here at the events and good for what with the court here's really putting pressure on Oregon well we'll Richard number four with a little for the play in the first half and the buffaloes on top fifteen fourteen it looks really really is at the free throw shooting to really put it in overdrive on Dr straight to the first short extra I like to try to one why circle we'll work use Patterson second he's got three to all will have the time is right it is to play the first if you were to use the defense which we still play that was Richard Richard Graham he's got a retired sixteen water sports for three reporter the first the place to walk to the corner brings right there it's nearly this will take to just up Richard feeding three D. fighters I want to re reset to the seventh circuit used to work close fifteen of the website see were for three years and this is what the rebel shop two two seven which is twenty five to play the first half three what is the word for office three step back what about the three thanks he fires the loose which really travel it took all fools we took the threefold and finally he rebelled was supposed to play the first nineteen sixty the.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"I got all all movie on in the right direction well it also seems around i mean this seems like almost from the blueprint that you discovered discovered or figured out with the ABA right there was not as many job opportunities certainly in the united states for professional hockey and the salaries these were low right i think in nineteen seventy two when you guys launched in earnest i think the average salary was only like twenty five thousand dollars right which is probably the lowest of all the major sports leagues in the united states absolutely and and and at that time it was just unfortunate but that's the way it was us oh when we team mourned because of bobby hall bobby all said you guys give me a million million dollars collectively and out joy and so we gave him as her you know i i don't know people sometimes don't realize bobby was one of i guys who get them and hours for plans any sport he was the one who brought because of his popularity and because of the fact that he brought credibility he he was the one that had we we got sixty one and player that first year from the NHL and that was because of bobby so it seems almost that the WHAT was even more bold in its desire to steal talent from the NHL even more than the ABA did for the NBA yeah you're i think you're absolutely right and that got yeah people's attention for sure and i'm sure the money right <hes> with all the players you know the allure of that money everybody joined our league because because of bobby's credibility and because of the fact that we gave him a million dollars you know we we got some very good owners and and we moved really hidden and and we were so lucky you know get the right city that time and and we moved ahead and and we were very importunate all right we're gonna leave it right there as we kind of just got heating up there with the world hockey association but to as we alluded to earlier <hes> dennis murphy not only the <hes> founded the american basketball association as well as the world hockey association but went onto also found a world team tennis part owner owner and founder of the world football league was also the founder of roller hockey international and had his hand and a whole bunch of other pro a sports <hes> exploits as well we're gonna hopefully get to some of those in a couple of future conversations with dennis in the weeks and months ahead so please please indeed stay tuned to hear a little podcast fee and we will look forward to sharing more conversations with the at ninety three years young young dennis murphy on future episodes you wanna find out more about murph and his history and his exploits a couple of things i can point at you two both of which can be found at good seats still available are little website to search up this episode with dennis murphy and you'll find a link to the book <hes> written in conjunction with richard neal graham who was kind enough to kind of get the ball rolling and getting connected to dennis and obviously <hes> richard it was our guest in an early episode talking about the roller hockey international interesting stories and legends that so you can search for that add on the website and good seats still double dot com also.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here we go here this view. No that the overnight TJ, especially if he's playing it on a four-man if he's playing a top forty station, you know, what he's doing. He's either. Either gotta go the bathroom robot. Yeah. Or he's got a caller number nine in the studio with him. Yeah. Yeah. And don't go near the shower. This is playing or initially h he may be running down the block to the Starbucks to get a Cup of coffee. Very few people in the radio industry. Didn't try at one point they either succeed or try to to be in the calculation situation in the radio station. All right, listen. That's why we call Tom. First of all, I wanna thank you. I was gonna call you yesterday on the air. But I was indisposed is in the way. It's nice to have you back. Thank you. Well, I was gonna call you Anna hitch minced you I have I told although we loved having Richard chef Graham yesterday. Yeah. But thank you for saying that I need to. But here's the thing. I was going to call you on Monday during the show because I got I got stuck because of the storm. Yeah. Right. And I thought why can't get back to Chicago. And I was gonna call is gonna start yelling at you. Where were you? But I was in Phoenix. And then I realized was such a beautiful day in Phoenix. Yeah. It was like eighty degrees gentle wins like maybe a few dotted clouds in the sky. Yeah. I can't get mad at Tom anymore about this. No, thank you. I worked out that way. Will you could have done though is just bring that draft of air up north earlier over the weekend. I'm surprised road at molasses lasted the thing and tie it to the plane and drag it up here, but he didn't have to because mother nature took care of itself or her shell himself, whatever gender you attention to nature that mother nature. I guess it is a gender neutral term. Are we really at this point in our life where we have to? I I can't really identify with younger. If you know what we're saying person hours earlier, man hours, those personnel. Is there are men and women working on that.

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"richard e graham" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"richard e graham" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"But it's just reminded me. There was on the first day. We did. It was Richard E Graham, Michael Parkinson might dad before the show had said can I invite someone and I said to and he said, well, just can I am by someone. It depends on who it is who you thinking of inviting. I dunno one. Yeah. Available. But I like to know who you're bringing to the show, and I said you can bring anyone except on call surrender. All right. All right because I'm into always kind just gets involved. And also he has the largest turban in history. It was like the motherships and independence day. And he said, no, no snow so go onto the show. I welcome say Hello to the audience. I first thing I noticed road three. Mothership with unconcerned the run. Denise it dangling underneath his turban. And so it became a someone who's going to boil you buy just drifted back to this huge turban and afterwards, I was dreading him approaching. I the Richard E ground Michael Parkinson, it'd be sent to my dad's just keep him in the corner here. Let his. Glossop whatever, and I was talking to Michael Parkinson. And as I'm talking to him, I say shadow. He's face. Oh, no. Mr. Parkinson by told you. I think it works though. Because I mean, obviously lots races put together, but it's just like any family..

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