35 Burst results for "River's River"
Cambodian catches world's largest recorded freshwater fish
"It's a giant stingray measuring 13 feet from scalp to tail and weighing about 660 pounds Seb Hogan is the leader of wonders of the Mekong a Cambodian U.S. research project When you see a fish this size especially in fresh water it's hard to comprehend It took more than a dozen people to encircle the fish in the river holding a tarp under it the scientists tagged it with a tracking device Logan says the catch is a hopeful thing The fact that the fish can still get this big is a hopeful sign for the Mekong river The stingray was released back into the river And that tag will send tracking information for the next year Riding unprecedented data on giant stingray behavior I'm Ben Thomas
'The Jordan River Rules' Author Robert J. Morgan Joins Eric in Studio
Yellowstone officials assess damage after historic floods
"Officials are assessing the damage at Yellowstone National Park in the surrounding areas after historic flooding yesterday A house swept away by floodwaters as Parker Manning watches That is insane Roads are washed out power knocked out and tourists had to evacuate parts of the iconic park the flooding was so bad It cut off road access to gardener Montana national weather service meteorologist Jason Stroud A combination of rainfall and snow melt across the Yellowstone park led to rivers rising across the northern half of the park and then flowing north into Montana He says 1.75 inches of rain fell officials say Yellowstone is closed for now I'm Julie Walker
Authorities Find Belongings of Missing Journalist and Expert in Amazon
"The search for an indigenous expert and a journalist who disappeared in a remote area of Brazil's Amazon continues following the discovery of a backpack and other personal belongings submerged in a river The items have been taken by federal police officers by boat to Italia do not the closest city to the search authorities saying they've identified the items as belonging to the missing men including a health card and clothes of Bruno Pereira the Brazilian indigenous expert a firefighter has told reporters the backpack identified as belonging to Britain DOM Phillips was found tied to a tree that was half submerged is
War, guilt and last kisses: A deceptive, uneasy calm in Kyiv
"With war raging on fronts to the eastern south the summer of 2022 is proving a bitter one for the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv A scenic picture of locals bathing in a part of the dnieper river known as Venice Beach may give the illusion that all is back to normal in the Ukrainian capital for 19 year old cybersecurity student valeria the thought of war constantly looms in the back of her head The siren It's really scary In the center of town violinist marquin lukin nuk plays his violin to pass us by he says things seem to have gone back to normal People kind of disregard the sirens and all this kind of stuff but they because they got used to it I guess and that's the worst part of it Magazine editor Andre bastogne recently passed his military medical check meaning he could soon be sent into combat too relaxing over wine with friends he says for now at least the capital feels safe and people are going about their daily lives It feels pretty safe You listen to the people they are always speaking with about their relationships all the sex and the vote for it I'm Karen Chammas
Why Don't Humans Consider Nature as a Catalyst for Political Change?
"We usually don't think of storms or cyclones as being the catalyst of revolution or a massacre, or some sort of massive change in government. Usually we imagine that it's a man-made occurrence. For example, the British are taxiing or stamps too much, which leads to the American Revolution. The French aristocrats are too aloof from the concerns of commoners leading to the French Revolution, but in the case of your book, a cyclone triggers a revolution, or perhaps it lays bare the divisions that were there to begin with. Before we get into the details of the story and there's a lot to get into. Why do you think most people don't consider nature or natural disasters as being a player when it comes to political change? I mean, that's really interesting because I think a lot of, I mean, you hit the nail on the head. We like to think that humans cause their own fate from happening, right? We like to think that there's a narrative of politics that leads inextricably from one thing to another, but we don't, I guess, like knowing that major climactic events affect us. You know, things like, you know, a river moving and the Indus Valley civilization destroys that civilization. We like to think that those politics were just as relevant. But we are natural creatures, and we are affected by these things that are a lot larger than us.
Plane wreckage found in Nepal mountains; 21 bodies recovered
"Rescuers are searching a mountainside in Nepal have recovered the bodies of 21 of the 22 people who were on board a plane that crashed a day earlier The Tara air turboprop twin otter plane had lost control with the airport tower on Sunday while flying on a scheduled 20 minute flight in an area of deep river gorges and mountain tops recovery efforts were delayed because some bodies had been pinned under the plains wreckage rescuers have had to work with their bare hands due to difficulties moving the metal debris for Indians and two Germans were on the plain the three crew members and other passengers when a parley nationals I'm Charles De
Springsteen announces tour
"A big time rockstar is ready to hit the road again For the first time in 6 years the boss would be touring again Bruce Springsteen and the E street band say they will launch an arena tour It'll start in February in the U.S. and be followed by a series of stadium shows beginning in April in Europe There are a few details about which city Springsteen will be visiting at least on the U.S. leg of the trip but he says he is looking forward to seeing fans again starting next year It's the first time Springsteen in the east beach band have toured since they finished up the tour in support of their album the river in 2017 I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Migrant TikTok Activist-TikTok Intro and wrap
"A law school student in Texas has been posting Spanish language TikTok videos to help migrants understand the U.S. immigration system Carlos Eduardo espina has about 3 million followers The quick format of the videos where you're able to watch a TikTok in ten seconds and then watch another one is really convenient for immigrants especially if you're on the move you're going through Mexico to Central America Honduran migrant Laura Martinez shouted her appreciation She says he informs us of the river current when it goes up and down The situation of border agents and the suffering migrants are facing when crossing as spina's videos include warnings about crocodile sightings and the latest tidal 42 developments What I try to do is just tell them the reality of what they can expect when they get to the border That is not so simple as you just cross the border and then you're here in the U.S. The 25 year old is spina emigrated legally to Texas when he was 5 years old I'm Ed
Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service
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Russia takes losses in failed river crossing, officials say
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Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River
"There is a story in the telegraph of Great Britain today. An entire battalion and again, I am not, I'm a civilian civilian, meaning I don't even know how to spell civilian, much less anything going on in the army. And the Russian army. But I know that when a battalion gets wiped out, trying to cross a river, that's not good for morale. So they tried to cross the river. It's in the telegraph, I tweeted it out. You should be following me on Twitter. And they got pushed back 20 clicks from 30 clicks, which in my mind I quickly estimate to be about 18 miles because the ten K is 6.2 miles and so 30 clicks must be about 18.6 miles. So Ukraine's are pushing back the Russians all over the place. They're in a static front in the Donbass, which is, you know, I couldn't draw the Donbass on a map. I know where Ukraine and Russia is, but it's part of Ukraine. And I couldn't get it right now where it is roughly. It doesn't get to Odessa. And only a part not a God, this is from the financial time. Military briefing can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country. Even that being written is something that's extraordinary.
Ensuring Good Education in a Post-CRT World
"Point chapter at your Belinda high school. Awesome. So last week on April 5th in a three two vote, my school board passed a resolution to ban critical race theory in my district. So my question is, what's the next steps to ensuring that we have a good education, even after that ban? That's great. So it's a two part dance. So that's great. Now you need to say, okay, let's get pro American curriculum in our schools. So what does that look like? Hillsdale college has done a lot of work in this. We're starting to do a lot at turning point USA. But we have to teach people, what is the American story? What is the problem? What is the proper way to view American history? What is America? Was it a mistake? Was it something that has kind of fell out of the sky? There's just a couple of things I'll share here that I think could really excite high school students that they're definitely not taught in school. America was summoned into existence at a time and a place that is very unusual. In fact, it's almost never happened before in human history. Most civilizations are countries stumble into existence. They're not summoned into existence. I want you to think about that. There was a decision to create America. China just kind of existed and it was kind of the Yangtze River valley civilization is kind of built into itself. In this river valley in India and so on and so forth. But America was a group of people that made a decision founding fathers. We have a set of principles. We don't like what's happening. We're going to declare independence of things that are always true. And I'm afraid that most young people are not just being taught that even we're serving taught the opposite. They're being taught to the founding fathers were racist bigoted slave owners. And they don't know their history. They don't know that the first antislavery convention in America was hosted in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1775. They don't know that 9 out of 13 states before the constitution was ratified in 1787 had already independently abolished slavery. They didn't a lot of young people never top that Vermont was the first state to abolish slavery in 1777, inspired by the Declaration of Independence. So the next step is get your local school districts and not just teach this, but inspire young people to be excited about the country they live in. A lot of young people, I think, are
Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas
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Revisiting President Bush's 2005 soTU Speech
"Me conclude our time by talking about the horribleness animals. Horribly, and is 2005. And that is the year of George W. Bush beginning his State of the Union. This isn't in the book, but I just want your reaction to it. Mister speaker, vice president Cheney members of Congress, fellow citizens, as a new Congress gathers, all of us in the elected branches of government share great privilege. We've been placed in office by the votes of people we serve. And tonight, that is a privilege we share with the newly elected leaders of Afghanistan, the Palestinian territories, Ukraine, and a free and sovereign Iraq. Your reaction to how George Bush began 2005 before I tell you the rest of it, Matt. Well, and even before that State of the Union was his second inaugural, where he proclaimed that the policy of the United States would seek the end of tyranny in our world. He began it with huge ambitions here. He was going not only to pursue the freedom agenda globally, but he was also going to introduce national accounts into social security. He was going to warrant immigration. And those grand ambitions, I think that nemesis pretty quickly after that State of the Union address.
The Difference Between National Conservatives and Beltway Conservative
How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court
"Presidencies can be ultimately evaluated in my view as how did they serve the constitution. And you served the constitution by the people you put on the bench. President Nixon's greatest failure is Harry blackman. Lauren Berger was not very good. Lewis Powell was okay in rehnquist was great. Ike's greatest failure was a warrant and William Brennan. Reagan's greatest failure. Though I admire her character, is justice O'Connor and justice Kennedy. H W's greatest failure is David souter. We don't know yet whether W failed when he picked John Roberts over Mike lytic. I don't think he did. I think they're both, they're both friends of mine. And they both listen to the show and so they both should hear me say, I don't think it makes a lick a difference, which one of them was going to be chief justice in the long run, though they have different temperaments. But it is Trump's triumph compared to all those other conservatives to have put on Gorsuch Kavanaugh and ABC, and when someone replaces Matt continental and writes the right in 40 years, I think they're going to hold up as the most constitutionalist person. Donald Trump and having done the most for the constitution understood is the frame of silver around the apple of gold that is the declaration by virtue of the judges and especially by virtue of those three.
Robert Morgan on His New Book 'The 50 Final Events in World History'
"I am sitting here with my friend Robert J Morgan, whom you can find at Robert J Morgan dot com, who has a book out brand new book, brand new book called the 50 final events in world history. Now I got to say, when we met at the NRB in Nashville because you're from that area. And you showed me this book I said, there is a title, I want to know right away. What are the 50 final events in world history? So Robert Morgan, welcome back. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for letting me talk to you about this book. Because it is such a compelling thing. You're a pastor. You've written many, many books. We talked about your book, the Jordan River rules, very recently. But the new book, the idea that there are 50 final events in world history. So I just want to put it to you. Okay, the Bible's last words about earth's final days. What happens? This is a study of the book of revelation, the last book of the Bible. And I've been studying revelation for 45 years. And I love that book. And I think so many people are intimidated by it, but Eric all of the other 65 books of the Bible lead to revelation. And all of the 22 chapters of revelation lead to heaven. It's a very hopeful book. And it's very important. It is the capstone of scripture and many preachers never preach from it, many Christians don't understand it, but we can not understand the times we are living in if we don't understand where history is going. And the book of revelation lays out the series of events that will take place. And if you take it sequentially, the way that you would read any other book, then it is a very simple outline of things to come and as we read and understand the book of revelation, it puts everything else in perspective.
"river river" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Look at this other is standing up. She's walked away from the microphone. Maybe from the podcast for good finishing the show. I got the astro city. Many you now buckets where you're holding up on this thing plugs into your television where you can play it on the. I'm never gonna turn that on again. Just when when am i ever gonna play a video game. I i'm halfway through fantasia. I will never turn it on like. There's just no time yeah. There's no time. I'm i am stress racing through ghost of sushi. Emma so that i can get through it before the director's cut of death. Stranding comes out in twenty four days. Yeah as working out so soon. We've heard that you can skip right to the extra content if you've already played the game and that's a lifesaver because if you couldn't i would never play the directors kind of strange loving getting again though i look. I'm looking around i. I've got that xbox now is right. All of my disposable income on video games is nothing. Else i get except for maybe comic books right So like i have this games pass and downloaded river river city girls played that for twenty minutes absolutely fucking loved it. I'll never turn it on again off flight simulator. I crashed in everywhere. i live. Never gonna play that not that that has goals. But i mean like what would be cool to fly through the pyramids. I heard you. I heard they're adding some interesting stuff to it and like some top gun stuff like racing stuff. When you mentioned when you mentioned game pass that becomes a whole nother can of worms where i'm just like fuck. Oh yes psycho. Nuts too is on game pass. I wanna play psycho nuts too. Will that ever happen. I don't know i would. I would have to like bump things off the list. it's it becomes becomes impossible. Yeah and that's what. I'm calculating that to me game pass game pass to me doesn't count towards my backlog but it count it's a windfall like if i finish a game i'm game pass. That was like extra game. Like i didn't need to do that. That was. I didn't even. I didn't even by that to me. That's just like oh i just. I just did that. That was like for fun. But did you have more games in your backlog heather. Yeah a million. Probably so the play date when that comes out. Yeah that comes with like twelve new games every week or some shit. Yeah i'm replay like one of those and then like feel guilt about putting the system down. Yeah right i like that. I ordered that until you just said it. And i made a like two weeks ago. The fucking analog pocket. That finally comes out next month for those of us who got that pre order in that analog pocket. We'll play all of my old gameboy games. I was like you know what. I'm going to sit down with my fucking copy of final fantasy tactics advance and actually beat it. I'm gonna do it. I've got to two hundred hours into that game. That's not gonna happen. I'm not going to do it. I'm not gonna play that game. ever again. is perpetually unfinished. Yeah i'm gonna die. And these. I'll never know yeah mata- about you i mean my whole life is a backlog like there's like i think i have enough games to get to be in that twilight zone episode where he can read all these books ever. Yeah but my glasses. Don't break. And i do try to play the games but i'm miserable because i'm like i wish i could just do something else i can't get off but i mean i'm never gonna play the witcher three i'm never going to. There's just no way that. I think i'll ever finish that. If i'm being honest with myself demon souls. I like it. I think it's a really really great game. So they're not a world. I could live a million lifetimes and never beat that game. I think there's just no l. Ever do it there valhalla. Nothing feels more like you actually did something in your real life than beating. Demon's souls just as a heads up like yeah like if you if you book a gag like if you if you compare that to beating demon. So they're kind of feel the same the same dopamine. Yeah while there's never feel good..
"river river" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
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"river river" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Commercial directing film school dot com. I'm not trying to be You see ads. maybe. I don't know if they show up in your feed but like on instagram. Or something like you know. Shoot this youtube video with your iphone. Get a million followers. I'm saying maybe get a couple of hundred followers. That really like what you do as you build a relationship is coming back to relationship and knowing the people who follow you. There's something really cool. You guys were both talking about a minute ago. And that's just this belief right. These people just believe that was gonna go that way and they sort of. They think it's never got our. Who has this great quote which is don't believe what you see. See what you believe. Which i love what you believe. Only richard see. See what you believe. And when you focus on that and that's where so. This is also a famous quote. But i can't. I don't know who it came from. So if somebody can let me know that great. But we're thoughts go energy flows and that's the truth. That's how reality works it really. Does i love limiting beliefs. It right it is my power but the opposite is true. You believe you're no good if you believe it won't work if you believe it always goes wrong for you. Then guess what's gonna happen. That's what's going to happen. You know at the top of the show two were going on and on and there were about the the negative people that are asking you jennifer. I forget how you put it like if they're asking you just to put you down. Take your car to put you down. Yup i remember as a comedian in ed will tell you jennifer. I was very successful. Structure in handsome fought each other. People are like he should be a model each other. Yeah that's that's the way to describe it. His charm was fighting itself. So i was on television. I was hosting shows and hosted game shows and then i started directing in both working in television and getting behind the camera. I would run into comedians. Some who didn't know me that well And they would say well. Hey how did you do it almost like well. If you can do it i can. And i took that as a put down like i'd be like well i'm talented motherfucker. Like i worked hard. And i read some bullocks and i failed miserably with a camcorder and didn't show anybody the shit that i made to get the opportunities to do what i'm doing now. I didn't say all that that would be you know a mouthful. But i started just tuning out those people like. I don't want to help those people because they wanted the easy route and wanted to know. Why weren't they having the success i had. They didn't learn anything right. Yeah or they wanted me to go. Oh it's easy. They're on their journey right. Everybody's on their own your. They'll come to their own their own spot but i like the river. I like the river river runs through it. A river runs through. And i think that that the river goes both ways. You can go against it. You can go with them when you have thoughts and feelings..
"river river" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered
"Didn't die and then he ended up winning the fucking lottery. Wait a second. what's state. Is he paralyzed. I don't understand. don't walk them all. He's the luckiest man gotta pull like. What sixty maybe yeah. It's a movie something you wouldn't want to get in a conversation with this guy drunk at bar and then this happened and then this top everything. People just don't like to surround theirselves around him. They're just like yeah. We'll take several cars super. His name is the unluckiest man. Alive unraced then be cranes all of his lottery money. You know he. He kept the money he won. Like a million dollars. Something's come riding the rails of train. The train catapulted into a river river. Seventeen people died but he was able to swim ashore and nothing but a a broken arm and hypothermia the next year he was flying and he reports that an accident saw adore detachment aircraft. He was yeah. Okay so this i'm nineteen. People lost their lives while he was reportedly found in a haystack. Woke up in the hospital. Wait a second this how like. Where is this guy's interview. Like how have not heard of this or he was born in croatia in nineteen twenty nine. Oh there's a long time ago. He's ninety. He's in his nineties now. The train happen in one thousand nine hundred sixty two then. He got hit by the buses then. His car caught fire and then he won the lottery the croatian lottery. Yeah i don't even know what to say to the like. I just have so many questions. About yeah i would i would not i would think life doesn't really exist. If all that shit happened. I would be like this is for sure assimilation like. There's no way it has to happen. It's like i'm not surprised. At the probability of the universe that someone as that person there to be one there has to be one at some point like after like the fifth crash or whatever. They're just like it's you again. Like how like. Why are you at all of these out. Just a little suspicious like he was causing. Okay another plane going. what if he was. He's only a stuntman happened to come across. He's been struck by lightning yet because it was old this was back in one thousand nine hundred twenty two one thousand nine hundred ninety nine nine thousand sir weapons shit like that really through that and then winning the lottery. Good for him. I'm glad there's a happy ending to a series of unfortunate ninety four now. That'd would be crazy for him. If he ends up being the oldest allies all this man to ever something else on post record or something he would pick for escape route final nation. The movies roll around has life. Can you imagine being second to the oldest person alive..
"river river" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Bullet points to start your Monday in Chicago. Get to some blog's in a little bit of 1000 bucks and waiting by the phone all coming up, Jason, you're Your Queen Kelly Clarkson was talking to her daughter. I guess she was recounting a story with her six year old daughter, River River apparently asked her Where babies come from? No, I guess it didn't quite go as planned. She opened up about this on the Kelly Clarkson show and how the conversation backfired in a hilarious way. So, Kelly said, My daughter became obsessed when she was four years old about where she came from, and then started being nervous about death, and I was like, what's happening. She was talking about death all these things, and I want her to feel good about not dying or anything like that, and then also Well, you were part of mommy, so you'll always have me. So even if Mommy dies, you are part of me, she says So. Then she told her daughter you were in Mommy's tummy, actually. So you were always a part of me. So that'll never go away. You're from my body. So you carry mommy on so in a sense, Mommy will never die. That's so sweet, because I'm a part of you. Well, that's very nice thing. The explanation, then led River the six year old to start assuming that every woman was then pregnant. So, Kelly said she took that as in any woman in the world, regardless of if you have a stomach or not walks up to you and says So you have a baby in there just doesn't matter who it is. She's just very excited that don't worry. If you die, she's still going to carry you on. Um that's really it was a very sweet explanation. You know, addresses a number of concerns, but this is my question. 8555911035 and I want to start with you because Kelly Clarkson inspired the topic, but, um How do you remember how your parents explain to you where babies come from? They never did. I never got the talking. Maybe that's why the way I am today because my vision might be a little skewed. But police going into the phone. I'm like. Oh, no, no. No.
"river river" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Sing the Sing Sing a song for Cane. Reckon, Dr Martin Luther King This would have Friday would have been his 92nd birthday is hard to believe that this man made such an impact and 39 years just 39 years. Wow. 39 years in just three months. That was it. The boy Look at what he did Everybody, Let's talk about what happened at the capital we wanna hear from You 1866594 hope 26 65944673. We are think of, you know, Reverend Jackson said, you know, Think of Reverend Dr King's book. Was the last book he wrote. He only wrote wrote for This came out 1967 just before he was murdered in Memphis. Where do we go from here? Chaos or community? Wrong? The precipice of a lot of history. But it seems that a lot of Issues that we have not dealt with continued to be unearthed. I want to do a quick round robin of our Reverend, Why don't you set the table force and then we're gonna go. I'm gonna call upon each of our guests one by one. Reverend Jackson. We have a terrible situation, but we wanted tremendous picture. It was also a friend and welcome or not. Both one and George. That's a big, big, big, big deal. And and Patillo and and you seek the there a lot of credit making that happen. We'll get that again. Get on with the chip military crew. Spot about President Trump's words. Uh, these groups and the whole night by Trump leaving all the while, he just may pull that put that there is a River River River running around, and so I want to see some of the violence of the state 11 local level. About these problem, boys type violence, but we must fight back with both contracted Martha Washington on it was accomplished and march on the capital. Wasn't accomplished. This is zebra. Three month violence and violence. Referee Jackson Let me go to your panels just very quickly. If you all can just quickly set the table force. Uh, Kevin Gray very quickly. You You know what? I just posted A quote by jail making this morning in regards to Conversation about censorship and what that means. And first of all people talk about by people violating their First Amendment rights. I think it ought to be clear should be made clear to people that the First Amendment applies to the government trying to limit your speech. Not.
"river river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I love it. I hope you do as well be safe because no one knows how to drive in the rain in Southern California. And apparently, you know, it's funny is that more and more the terms for everything are so dramatic. And Annie was saying this on Twitter and you can follow us and hang out with us on Twitter and Instagram at Fort Reporter at Fort Reporter I encourage you to do so It keeps me sane to connect with you folks. But she was saying everything's everything's got to be scary now. Amy, did you You ever see the movie Scrooged? Oh, yeah. One of my favorites during the holidays and the promo that he does for You know, Dickins. What was it was a Christmas carol that they were gonna do live and they show the promo for it. The commercial and the teaser or whatever. And he's like now I was thinking more like this, and it's like acid rain drive by shootings. Now, more than ever. We need Christmas or something at it just reminds me how more and more everything is. Dire and scary and fearful, and now it's not like it's raining. We haven't Atmospheric River River River forever. I know it's like the what did they call it when it snows? Now? They call it a polar vortex. We never had that term. No, that's like the ride somewhere. I know, right? Sounds fun, joy and go on the polar Lord checks The Atmospheric River just like everything has to scare you now because they know nobody does anything unless they do it out of fear, not may. I'll go out in that atmospheric river. Oh, Throw in a kayak. And I will own it. Like Sweater. Mm hmm. Nice, cozy sweater. All right. It is that time of the show where we take some time to chat with our old buddy chef. Chef Andrew Gruel is with us. How are you, buddy? Hey, I'm doing well. I just pulled a nice surf move off the Atmospheric river, and it was full of lobster best. You got You know what so funny Because I was thinking now Chef Andrew cruel. He's been coming on the show. We just to remind you so we don't you know, get back into comfort zones that they've got to go fund me. That is there for people to donate to so that you can help struggling restaurant workers Just go to go fund me.
"river river" Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones
"Two checkpoint. Hello and welcome back. Not late with steven jones and i figured you know sound engineer producer type type job to kick off the episode would be pretty good for you know got river river chalker on to you know chocolate. The man the legend that that future espn fox. Sports broadcaster rivers cool guy. I've met him at the high university. A conference center and this man has the drive like he works so much and you can tell like how much passion he has for. I mean just broadcasting in general through this and how much he it does it in depth. And i mean he actually knows his stuff now. based off the internship talked about really really cool guy and this is a very inf- informational episode. I learned a lot about broadcasting network. And of course i wanna go into entertainment. So may not be the side of entertainment. I'm looking to go into but it definitely shows a little bit about how things run back there. Which is really interesting. So hope you find it as informational interesting as i did and joy just the soon.
"river river" Discussed on KGO 810
"Don't you know I love you? I love everybody radio and we love you back John Ross for the weekend. I don't like that camo but anyway, anywhere out of the street a couple of weeks ago. When the George Floyd thing was, was that a bunch of what? We just witnessed probably glass. We take a stand for what? We don't want it. And I was telling you that the clouds still yet that cannot love. Sort of moment we are doing this, but a couple of weeks later is going to go back to normal. I gotta go there. As that case, says George Floor's been about 15 different cases like that. It's true like I'm like that, but I did like I told you there Adam. Like all those who brought right now, Briana Hey, River River River, and I loved cash. Get away with murder. They get away with murder every single time. They get away with it. And it's like OK, so what? We done it in your face? We slashed all smashed his blood by all of your face when you go through it. What you going to say about you Sit there and cry. See that? That's what we want to do. Are we doing right now is crying. Like I told you it's going to stay the same. That will not be no change to something Really, really. Kid really has happened now that you've got a lot of people said that I am talking about already send the police is such a stupid idea over there. We're so stupid. We won't you and beans. We're all humans as one that we don't want Nobody that Department of Justice and I'm a member of the clan, right? No, You're absolutely right. You remember the FBI, The FBI. The federal law enforcement into the FBI has told us that white supremacy is permeated all these police departments across the country. Across the entire country, right? And they weren't the only spread. Then you get this wire. You got legal argument of it where you got black officers. You've got left to you are officers, you know? These people want to relaunch of that society. These people want to belong to that. Then you are aware black drug dealer that he knows he just was like what? The moment you were walking down a street in drag at a life. That is, if these people here's described, so, here's Here's the thing, though, with the Briana Taylor case, So is these police officers went in, and they did the things that they did is this You make the argument to me. It was this based on her being black. Is based on looking at her own relationship with the only guy that used to go. Does it go? Baste it all that they realized that they got it. Got it. Got it. Well, they may have realized it, you know, as data Captain executed, executed the war the warrant anyway, and it seems as if they didn't need to execute that weren't the only thing, John that I can think of the only reason that they executed that word was to get additional evidence. Against the guy if there was anything in the apartment and maybe try to link her as somebody who was also dealing drugs, but that I think that I haven't seen the warrant itself, But I think that they were looking for evidence that he may have picked things up there, but they already had the report coming from the Postal inspector's office. That she was not receiving drugs on his behalf that she wasn't that conduit. They also because they've been surveilling everything. They knew that she had dumped this guy that she didn't have a relationship with anymore that this was old information. So, you know, maybe they thought they were going to get a bus where they were going to confiscate drugs. But you know of the whole thing seems twisted to me. It's very difficult for me to make logical sense out of it. And it's very difficult for me to understand the decision of the grand jury if they indeed were presented with all the evidence I suspect That they were not. Let's go to. Ah, thank you, John. Let's go to the vet. Now. In Concord, Yvette. Hi. Welcome to KGO. Julie, I am so mad right now that you know where the young ran that you just signed up with.
"river river" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"How good is fishing? How has your fishing this week is Pretty good women to go we. We'll. We'll talk about this in. Thank you and intendo switch daybreak Dante and I played for the other night and. I'll let you know later that how we won. That one. But you can go fishing there and there's a fishing rod you know it's not all RPG's Deborah's. Hang. On. Slowdown Kid. What have been up to. fishing related caught a river drank and to small. A River River drag us an got a a what McCall it. Danjus and I put that back in as well. But apart being it's been a great week. Fantastic now I'm pretty excited about these tips because. Many months ago I asked sudden steps to ride a funeral song for me because I thought if I pass away, it will be soon probably the next. Seventy four maybe four hundred years. that. All sounds impersonal. Just, like wind beneath your wings. New Me. Knows me. Kiss from a rose. I I've of hugged to go cold rose twice. Maybe several could rewrite kiss from raises by rose but. Is Up something because he's ten these cameras and he has might eulogise O'Grady. Look outside your window. Yes you can do that thing with the peanuts in the. Surgery Yeah, zooming with my grandma would you want to talk about the Eulogy Song Give us a bit of behind the scenes and then we can want straight into it because I'm waiting hard for this yeah. Don't have a lot more to add it's officially the Eulogy Song. It So I. Think it's pretty self explanatory from here but. I think. Funerals a special time in one's life and I guess off alive and. They're any more special just play it. All right. Mother bitches. It's that time of the funeral you hold waiting for his eulogy..
"river river" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"All Dennis Prager here why should the active stuff here the left is sick the error this letter CNN's climate correspondent to his new born son river river and the crap so genesis saying that we should dominate nature he wants a completely new form of power food construction transportation economics and politics it means the future means landscapes covered in solar panels windmills and carbon capture plantations concepts not a word about nuclear power they're all fakes but they believe that they're not fixed because they know that they're fakes there's no telling which side will prevail so it's no wonder some believe that bringing you aboard the sinking ship was selfish immoral and hypocritical right because if we conservatives prevail it's better not to have a child with another reason for the conservatives to prevail the left won't have children all right a policeman in Los Angeles Matt hello hello Donna good morning thank you so you had the you're asking what if the officers were making arrests are have any qualms about it and I really think it's we're trying to think of the micro and macro so we think what are the details of of the situation are going here now not what are the larger ramifications on society it's a very intelligent the explanation but people need to think about both I mean I mean if I were to ask an officer you just you just either arrested or gave a flying to a man eating in a park or outside alone without a mask the do you think that he if you or the mayor with is that the policy that you would in fact in force for the city wall or is that question again beyond their their thinking because they think of the micro yeah I mean that so okay I don't know about that situation but usually police of trial like parenting like you don't engage in a power struggle but you have to but once you have engaged in a power struggle you have to win so but the woman that took their kids to the park and I think it was North Carolina the author should get taken off the list in the head Hey is there a legal reason to be here yeah or the radio call but people plan on a close later so they go you know and then the crime being committed well technically trespassing because the clubs so then I mean what I would have done what I suspect the officer said it said Hey ladies if you could move it somewhere else you can't be on the playground we also work we're trying to avoid the power right okay so I don't this is what I don't understand police all the time make the decision on whether or not to stop speeders the vast majority of drivers speed on highways and for that matter on streets very few people drive twenty five miles per hour and those who do I I believe should be arrested but it it very few people thus the stick to the speed limit thank you don't pick it up everybody so clearly there is a voice in a minute the highway patrol in in a policeman and a sheriff's deputy you know what this is no big deal I mean if the guy's going ninety I'll stop him so you make this decision all the time white white have have police decided to one thinking we do stupid things like this I don't think it thinking I think you got to look at so you're talking about traffic flow which is an officer initiated activity they have a ton of discretion and they stop when where whatever if it's a radio call well now we have to investigate all I say although you were that's a good point none of us I'm glad you called I get it it is a difference so somebody all right whoever made the radio call has exercised a foolish form of discretion I want to ask the person you're right you will now explain to me the officer has no choice not going to arrive you can't ignore a radio call like I get it that ma'am that's why Sam very happy you called so the book the guy who or the woman who made the radio call was that person directed by a higher authority somebody had to how does she or he know that there's a guy eating alone in a park in LA or North Carolina could she did you get call police dispatch anybody can call nine one one or or the non emergency line saying Hey you're busy bodies honestly any other holiday I just saw a guy playing at the park that supposed to be close right go on and then okay so that that generates a radio call so now that goes in the dispatch dispatch every every call by a citizen to the police generates a radio call not everyone but if it's a verifiable Hey there's a trespass going on at this location yeah that's a radio call I see yeah okay so I I don't right I get it so what do you think R. O. S. we are we are you an officer Alex okay have you made any of these calls I have not I'm in the fortunate position of of being a detective right now so I I don't actually have to go out to these although I'm I'm look at this going back to the field in a in a different capacity and at that point I will have to make that call and I can tell you personally my and a lot of guys operate this way like say for example the guy not wearing masks you're gonna going to hate but he put your mask on you know again avoiding that power struggle you know and you're probably gonna get much you warnings because we don't want to get into some big power struggle because then again we have to win no no I I agree with that not a lot of that part I agree with I look out my whole life's been very supportive of the police so you use the device the the line separating barbarity of from civilization so out what weight when you're used not to prevent barbarity put to prevent people from doing what is rational that's when I get scared but it really isn't your fault I salute you thank you for calling that I was very very helpful but it gives you an ideal folks Harold and it means with other sincerity how easily a country can become a police state M. F. at which doesn't in any way bother the left because they want a police state I truly believe that okay I never saw I never engage in conscious hyperbole I believe not liberals but the left would like a police state if they could police free they do the more that they could control I just read to you from the climate guy everything will be different in his world food transportation economics politics it will all be centrally controlled that's what it is I am stunned that I am still allowed to regulate the temperature in my house as I walked I believe.
"river river" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Getting late here Wisconsin a four point lead cats trailing by twelve thirty seven twenty five will come on back and talk to Nate tap born this is northwestern basketball presented by wind trust on seven twenty WGN located on the Chicago River river rose offers dramatic city in water views from every seat inside and out river roast menu of contemporary American tavern fare is satisfying and soul warming me vision veggies or roasted in card table side calming joy live Chicago blues music every Saturday and Sunday from twelve to three PM for blues and brews weekend brunch river roast at three fifteen north lasalle street come join us when you see the limousine bus is an official partner of northwestern athletics for all your transportation needs in Chicago land all around the world call windy city limousine the perfect transportation choice for airport trips nights on the town corporate events weddings and special events when you see the limousine as expert staff on hand twenty four hours a day simply book online and when you see levels dot com or call them at eight six six nine four windy arrive at the game safely and in style color contact windy city limousine and bus basketball and he going back a little bit here mark Herman with you as we bring a tapped horn back in thirty seven twenty five Maryland on top the northwestern may let me ask you a question about boom boom we go back in time think about Brian Mackin size as a freshman in how you would compare to Blu boy because Brian.
"river river" Discussed on WTOP
"One legal or wander into CVS minute restrictions apply the minute clinic dot com for details eleven forty eight I think in whether on the aids and when it breaks red headed into the district I two ninety five northbound approaching exit three Suitland parkway still gonna bother works in one single lanes right watch out for brief slow down south and I two ninety five leaving the eleventh street bridge headed down toward the beltway in national harbor no incidents anyway DC two ninety five is running on both directions at last check no really issues of for long the southeast southwest freeway between the Potomac and Anacostia river river bridge crossings you're gathering bat an app down between the third street on the ball of Washington parkway also in good shape Baltimore Washington parkway south uninsured south of five one ninety five a single file let's get you by the work some beyond that no further issue down the valley even inside the belly headed toward the district you're in good shape remnants of the crash adults about wife as you head toward river I had passed river road toward the American Legion bridge I believe that is now been clear for the left side should find the lanes open of Virginia US ninety five southbound south the center for parkway at last report still getting by the works and single father let the good news is why was a little bit lighter so delays of actually he's getting into and through that works on time to get sweet and spicy this winter leader pizza trial you know pieces jumbo wings tossed in their all new Ledo pizza hot honey leader pizza never cuts corners rich honor WTF traffic now your storm team four forty four castle checking with Doug Kammerer I hang on one second we we got guy got you got.
"river river" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Shout I like the fact that no big deal no not at all Mets win Yankees tone and Elmira super league and from there they went to another over around the play river river ridge with ease broke little league from river river Louisiana thank Regis now you know that they that they game is at eleven o'clock this morning so quick turnaround yes my mother was a the quick assumes that help the boys got in their arrest yes the big boys on that little bitty yes first baseman third baseman on check those those that burst of what the good luck to them today so the man so I really good win over really good Cleveland team Matt six at third only ninety eight pages gave up one earned run three bull pen types came in and didn't mess it up to the third one had no runs a year they'll take it your great site they didn't get out of the bullpen did well see gotta give credit you know we got a you know it's it's a roller coaster you give calorie credit with a doing good and you call a mobile when he does the same thing with Callaway but right now they're doing well the five over five hundred two out a wild card spot a tie with the Phillies so it's going to I think it's going to come down to not only the last week I think is going to come down to the last game of the season they play those three with a Lana I can see it it's it's coming down and and they're you know you're your battle tested every game to play a game you when you play a team with a losing record as a playoff team because they're trying to you can't take a time we can take California playoffs and I know it's not the playoffs now but that you're not in yet so every game is a playoff game when you're in the playoffs you don't say that we can take a game off you know you can't get this thing over with as fast as you can Yankees and didn't start out too good home on a five and a third five earned runs nine AM to just give a two home runs but it's going to this they were over for Hey there are their offices to run from by judge a one by Santa the funny thing was that that was judges thirteenth home run and twelve warm have not been the left field so you the center right am America's Barack of a test at least I can with a wave we talking about that's the first when you hit to left field I don't I don't care which way it goes out yeah I would you know eat it if you're going to have is the way all the time you know maybe you force them to come inside make it turns on the left field so we'll you know we'll we'll see with them how to bounce back but did the whole thing with the Yankees the difference between them and the mess they can afford to lose a game or two because they stay still at ten gamely cameras I make it of any ground Boston lost their ace so it is a them you know they've they've got issues the Yankees are just trying to get healthy Severino getting close to coming back the chances is getting close to coming back yeah let's make it six said Lowry aren't going to him but animals come back say there lived as players coming back on both teams with the Yankees need Severino I don't see him as a bona fide star when he comes back I don't know to be enough time to stretch them out of but with the ball plan they have maybe he could do some new kind of opener where you know which I think it will I'd like an open to go more than one any Karan Yankee writer on over the weekend what is Chegg legal one any I mean he was supposedly being ruined the start of one point three only has two faces I will deal with if you go one two three or you face the first four batters in the first inning any get out without giving up a run you can use the same two pictures for the next three guys and and maybe save over the bull pen at that makes sense but Severino maybe give you three four five same thing with CC maybe CC it's just to good I don't feel I don't think anybody feels comfortable with him being there for a long period of time because you know it it one point in these gonna hurt at one point I have a bad any I don't know what comes first so and you know they they are I think they make any trades glitter you know that we can squeeze with a new Severino was coming back I guess they knew better than we it's a real weather now for the year and the chances weather now for the year now this is a question of will they be how rested a going to be how quick does it take to get him back in in in in baseball shape and be baseball affected it's one thing to be throwing out a bold plan or throwing simulated game thank you know when they get that real start whether it's in the minors or with the Yankees make when they get back into a game let's face it you send Severino down to Trenton or Scranton any guess let up twice in a row you might be thinking you know what we don't have enough time for this guy to get his game together and getting stressed out if he is knocked out early in the I'm just being realistic way to do it now if he's really really good then you got something even if it's just the bull pen you can be good for three or four innings eight seven seven three two seven sixty six sixty three twenty page of it will come back and take your call the first a CBS was been with bill.
"river river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hundreds was made through the forest river river that was really very warm so he knew there was potential to find the boiling river from the legend Sunday's went back home he talked to some colleagues got some research funding to investigate the potential hot spot he flew back with a team of eight people he moved into some huts on the side of the river he took measurements of the water pushing through the thick jungle I remember jokingly even my research team I kept calling it the near boiling river because even though they were like yeah yeah the boiling over it's like just that mean this thing's hot for sure but you know I don't see anything that they even looks like boiling right and then at one point he was faced with a problem that posed a serious threat to all of his work so we had not only treated are closing to prevent bug bites we have not only a spray down the mattresses where we were sleeping in the little huts what we we we really did everything in fact we were using jungle juice which is like ninety nine point eight percent de it melted my pelican case I'm not kidding about that but amazingly I was still getting bitten and no one else in my group was and we were sitting there like dude what's the deal your your legs look like you have small box or something it was morning the shaman most of whom was near the river he was preparing some of his plant medicines he noticed my legs and he was just like I said I thought this would happen the gym was trying to protect itself from you so I expected this to happen it's because it's because of what you know.
"river river" Discussed on The Big 98
"In helping our community, man. We've got people coming together and working with got different churches, you know. And this is the thing that we can do church groups youth groups boy scouts businesses. We've got two dentist offices that are teaming up and going to build it your office fourteen build build their office team. Would you say is your biggest need right now in Chattanooga as far as supplies or volunteers? What what do you what do you need the most his family for financial donations at Lowe's has been tremendously giving us materials at cost, and and that has been a huge help. But we still have to pay for them. We've had tremendous outpouring of. People giving us donating linens because all of our beds do come complete. It is a brand new mattress brand new sheets pillows comforters, and many of the homes delivered to have told the same story. Some very well-meaning person gave them bad and had bedbugs. Oh, yeah. They've had to not just get rid of the that were given to them. But you rid of the bed bugs in the house and his actually cost them money. They've got that new bed smell like a new car. And so really we we've had tremendous community support. We have had tremendous. We've had to public Bill bays. We had sixty five volunteer one day and sixty nine. The next day. We're having another Bill bay on may eighteenth at J fast in river river been part reports here, and we hope to build fifty beds that day. Which.
"river river" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This Sunday. It's playoff time in the road to Super Bowl fifty three on CBS gets more intense. Philip rivers rivers, Philip rivers. Hey, Phillip rippers in my fantasy playoff league. Philip rivers drives the chargers in the Baltimore where they'll face a tough ravens defense and rookie sensation quarterback. Lamar jackson. It should be a wild wild card game. The day kicks off with the NFL today. Presented by Jeep at twelve eastern nine Pacific only on C B S we were talking about the play offs. And by the way. Twenty four twenty two. So Seattle scored Ryan is that correct? They must have had the two point conversion during the break. Right. Yes. Yeah. Without a kicker. They went for two and got it while so twenty four twenty two one eighteen ice soom. And I'm not watching it right now. I assume they're going for the onside kick if you wanna call it that there punter a lot of drop kicks, and they just try to drop kick on side kick and ended up as a pooch pint. So basically the Cowboys is fair caught it and games over. So the Cowboys this fair caught it and Seattle's out of timeouts. That's it with just about one fifteen left. So it's all but over thank you. Ryan Hickey joining us from Jonesboro in Dallas, we now resume the Saturday night he'll show already in progress. So it Cowboys will advance and our first question of the night who do you like to emerge for the AFC? I'm I'm feeling the colts for the NFC who gets to the Super Bowl one eight five five to one two four CBS has one eight five five two one two four two two seven at Saturday, huge on Twitter and Saturday night huge show on Facebook. Also, we'll get into an Tonio Brown's likely destination. Will he stay in Pittsburgh or end up somewhere in the NFC? Because I don't think there's any chance of Steelers will allow him to stay in the AFC. And I don't think this franchise can go through another all season and season. In terms of what lay beyond bell, put them through? And I wasn't so much not having bell on the field. It's just a distraction it became. And that's what happened. We were all watching the Steelers go now, you're kidding me. Raiders are really really they're like the end of the year. They need the Browns to bail them out and Baker Mayfield on the Browns. Almost bailed them out in Baltimore. Now. And in a wide receiver is he truly a game changer. Now the argument Antonio Brown. No one will debate that the canon NFL team live without a stud wide receiver. Steelers can't live without Big Ben right now, probably get an extension. They showed they can live without beyond bell. The most important position in the NFL, arguably we'd say quarterback. But man, I look at Amari Cooper and the difference. He made the Dallas Cowboys now has gone final. Twenty four twenty two Dallas wins in advances in the playoffs. Khalil mack. Look how much he bears had ten defense. I think last year. Look at the difference. He made. I know we'll just say a quarterback or start running back. You know, it's kind of your fantasy football draft all quarterbacks running backs various or you can say the receivers taught to them. Can the Steelers move on? And do the right thing. Does it work? In in pro sports. Well, you know, we're gonna go with a bunch of guys who get along. And we're not gonna know ego will hold us hostage. I think he'll be traded. And. Tampa NFC. I'm trying to think where he would end up. Could you imagine the Cowboys somehow got him and had Amari Cooper Ezekiel Elliott and Antonio Brown. Giants him and Beckham. Oh, that would be interesting one. Tampa which my twelve year old son of that that fits and the Steelers put him where he's not going to be. It's not a market where there's conversation about the buccaneers every day. So let me know where you think Antonio Brown is playing later this year. One eight five two one two four CBS. That's one eight five five two one two four two two seven at Saturday. Huge on Twitter. We have a ton of tweets rolling in. Always appreciate everybody. I try and read on Saturday nights. I try and read every tweet that we get appreciate the love from everybody listening out there. Easy says I think the Super Bowl will be the eagles and the ravens. Wow. Nobody's brought that up eagles in the ravens. You. I talked about how there's. There's not a bad match up. But maybe what easy just said is a bad match. Not not for you in Baltimore or Philly or eagles. Are ravens fans listening across North America. That would be that would not you know, CBS has a Super Bowl that would not be a good match up. So joining on the huge questions of the night who wins AFC who advances in the NFC. Cowboys have one one colts have won twenty one seven over the Texas. Cowboys of finals twenty four twenty two over the Seahawks. John fast, we'll have more on that in a moment. One eight five five two one two four CBS at Saturday, huge on Twitter and Saturday night show on Facebook. Let's check in with another update from the award winning John fast. Sports play. Ground game and a strong defense getting done for most of the season for the Cowboys this year and calloused using that formula once again in the playoffs. I formation stone allied receivers second goal outside the one hand Elliott. Stab? Boys radio network. Ezekiel Elliott ran twenty six times for one hundred and thirty seven yards and NAT score as Dallas hotel Seattle. Twenty four twenty two Dak Prescott room for two hundred and twenty six yards and a touchdown and ran for thirty one yards and another score. The culture moving onto the divisional ramp after twenty one seven win in Houston over the Texans jumped out to a twenty one nothing lead in stating control throughout hundred twenty two yards and two scores in the Air France or walked Mack ran twenty four times for a buck. Forty eight the score and Frank likes says none of that happens without their big guys up front. Belief in our offensive line. We had a good week last week. Defense we have multiple weeks. And there was just a real strong conviction this week for.