17 Burst results for "Sarah Austin"

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Sarah Austin Jeunesse in this our veterans stories. A commander tucks his daughter in before being deployed to Iraq. A Marine learns it's okay. He's not okay. And a female pilot remembers World War two and my first very first ride in the B 17 e in the left seat, the instructors in the right seat. Number three engine current fire before we knew it, he'd given the orders and I knew enough to win. The two of us took fire herself. And I said, Oh, my goodness. This is the plane for me. That's coming up next on the moth radio hour from pure X right after this. Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm. The Corona virus pandemic in the U. S. Is getting worse by the way. On Friday alone, there were more than 184,000 new confirmed cases. Health coho hospitals are reaching capacity. Health officials are worried as winter and the holidays approach NPR's Christiane a silver reports. U. S Surgeon general Jerome Adams says pandemic fatigue is largely to blame for the recent surge, he says. People are tired and are not taking protective measures as seriously as before. You've had people who've been doing these things. Since February, March April, but they didn't really start to see the wave until later on, and they're just plain tired as Thanksgiving approaches. Adams is encouraging people to quarantine for two weeks before they visit family have a virtual dinner or celebrate Thanksgiving on Lee with those who live in their household. And as always, follow the three double use, where a mask, wash your hands and watch your distance from other people. Cristiana Silva. NPR NEWS Washington A federal judge in New York ruled Saturday that acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf assumed his position unlawfully. So rules you signed limiting the deferred action for childhood arrivals program are invalid. DACA protects from deportation. People without proper documents were brought to the U. S. Is Children. Thousands of Trump supporters rallied in Washington and other cities, repeating the president's false claim that he won the election. Hundreds gathered the capital in Michigan from member station Wkrg. Michelle Jokisch polo reports, protesters alleged without evidence that election irregularities like the legal counting of absentee ballots in Detroit took place Julie Hinkle and her husband, Nathan, We're a month and largely unmask crowd,.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:01 min | 8 months ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome to the mall from PRI's I'm Sarah Austin Janice we like to say that the mall is a moveable feast mas lights are held in bars clubs and theaters all around the world and future everyday people telling true stories without notes before a live audience in this hour LA confidential four stories from Los Angeles and the spotlight on our story slam producer in LA Gary buckler he makes these open Mike nights tech I've been doing the stay home dad thing and taking care of my kids and while there were parts of it that were amazing it was also lonely there's just no adult interaction happening and my wife and I decided we were going to try to find something for me to do and after I've been listening to some stories that seem like it might be fun to try to get involved and see if things are happening in LA so I reached out to the mall we'll hear more from Gary later in the hour our first retailer is Carol Lee for she's a stand up comic and an award winning TV writer who some believe is the real life inspiration for the character of Elaine from Seinfeld coming to tell stories of the mouth can't rely on laugh lines they need to tell a story and tell on themselves of it Carroll told the story tomorrow night in Los Angeles presented by public radio station KCRW the seamless the ties that bind here's Carole live at the mall in it's nineteen ninety six go back with me I'm forty I'm divorced I'm single I'm straight but hankering to have an affair with a woman I go to this charity event and I need this very interesting and gorgeous gal named Lori who spells it with a nine PM we spend a good deal of the night talking she asked me on a date the following week to another charity event I don't know what it is with charity events and lesbian hook ups but the Houston energy two weeks later she takes me to the Beverly Wilshire for this other charity event and I am nervous I mean this is my first date ever with a woman and there's a silent auction at this charity event but that's good because it gives us an excuse to kind of leaning close to each other as we lean down and look at these tables with the big cheats on and as we were gasping at a sheet of looking at how much people would plunk down for a four seasons trip to Hawaii and our mouths were wide open Laurie turns to me and she says wow you smell amazing when he stacked yes score I mean this is important you know what I'm talking about people favor moons very important in the whole romantic dance and apparently it was working I felt so good I had just bought this perfume pretty recently and it's called some by this designer named Alfred sung who are honestly I've never heard out but I have to be honest once Lori told me that she love this perfume that was it for me I felt like I'm going to be using this perfume for the rest of my life for after it was done sealed deal so the only thing I can attach to things and there's a good aspect to this but there's also some good aspect to this because I hold on to things a little too tightly you know the name but look what happens lo and behold my lesbian fling becomes a real thing we fall in love we actually move in together she makes me a better person I mean she reconnects me to my face we get together in our forty she turns me into an animal lover I never had any time growing up here we are these maniacs adopting all kinds of dogs and cats we see what image that is attacking the demos we make the next logical step and actually adopt the child together a son and after nineteen years together we make the decision this year this December to finally get married.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It? Keo damn. Trying to get to the do diverse group of putting him through it appears that a brawl triggered the gunfire. Police are now looking at surveillance video to help them figure out what happened and identify a suspect. I'm Jim NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X chair office series with dynamic variable. Lumbar support and ten aerodynamic features to adjust and fit users of different shapes and sizes at X chair dot com or eight four four four X chair. This is the moth radio hour, I'm Sarah Austin genus from the mall, and I'll be your host this time. At the mall for people. Tell true stories from their lives storyteller is of all kinds stand on stage without notes in bars clubs and theaters, and they tell these stories to audiences all around the country. We take the best stories from these nights. And we share them here with us. This hour. We'll have four stories we'll take you from a bittersweet family reunion in hospice to an elementary school. Battle of wits. Overpriced Legos then from lessons learned in a Chinese restaurant to a bullied student getting even in Spanish Harlem, our first story this.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

"You're listening to the moth radio hour from pr ex i'm sarah austin s in this hour about fathers i wanna name the fact that some men are dad's only through dna a father figure or the man we call dad may not in fact be blood related and while we're on the subject some single moms are both moms and dads and some people have two moms so shout out to the moms listening to our next storyteller is lauren thurman and she told this at an open mic moth slam in washington dc where we partner with public radio station w a m u here's lauren live at the mom whenever i fold towels i think about skip i have to fold them the right way the only way you fold them crosswise and then again and then you fold that rangel rectangle into very precise thirds few do it out of order you're wrong use wrong sorry makes a clean edge they stock very nicely and these things are really important to you know any potential guests that you might have in the future before i met skip i did not fold my towels this way in fact i folded them a different way and i'm very sorry that i did that and when he showed showed me his method i think i actually said that's stupid but that's how we do it now and that's how i will do it until my dying day skip by the way is my dad he has not been my dad for very long and i still can't bring myself to call him dad not really because of the novelty of it but because i actually went through a couple dad's i and the name like where's it self out after a while so i there was robert robert was the generous but accidental donor of my other x chromosome and he was he was not entirely absent he would drop in on birthdays and.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

"This is the moth radio hour from pr ex i'm sarah austin janice this is an hour about fathers and our next storyteller comes from our global community program blessing dea was part of a women and girls storytelling workshop we held in nairobi she's a gender advocate who now fights for maternal health and women's rights and that's a direct result of the events in this story after the nairobi workshop i asked blessing to join us in california and tell her story on the math main stage so here's blessing dea live at the moth in los angeles good evening i'm the fuss child and daughter of apostol i grew up as the only child for ats and i was very close to my dad houston colmey his princess he cinderella i used to get piggyback writes an uses off room to pretend hours ahead dresser doc loose boy you see as a postal you gets a show you tie your emotion of your resources you'll space on your family with the rest of the society everyone just wants a few some people want to pray others wants to come counseling people just want you to be there for them on slowly my father i we begin to drift apart i suppose the daughter expected to be actively involved in church and i was actively involved i used to sink into quiet i love singing i used to address take bible quizzes i was every way doing everything i could do if i was mini pasta myself in nigeria pastas undefended lease not expected to do anything wrong the to such high standards as the duo seconds ago and then i get pregnant a no married datta of busta i was brought up in the eurobond community do uraba one of the three major tribes in nigeria and they have this high values or morals especially when it comes to sex the front against premarital sex i'm a i'm the applaud virginity in fact when you get meyrat in your about communities big if your husband white time could you to put on you during your first intercourse he would litter show everyone that handkerchief to shoot that you envision i'm here seventeen old see made.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to the moth radio hour from pr ex i'm sarah austin genus in this hour about fathers i want to name the fact that some men are dad's only through dna a father figure or the man we call dad may not in fact be blood related and while we're on the subject some single moms are both moms and dads and some people have two moms so shout out to the moms listening to our next storyteller is lauren thurman and she told this at an open mic math slam in washington dc where we partner with public radio station w a m u here's lauren live at the mom whenever i fold towels i think about skip i had to them the right way the only way you fold them crosswise and then again and then you fold that rangel rectangle into very precise thirds few do it out of order you're wrong uterus wrong sorry it makes a clean edge they stack very nicely and these things are really important to you know any potential guests that you might have in the future before i might skip i did not fold my towels this way in fact i folded them a different way and i'm very sorry that i did that and when he showed showed me his method i think i actually said that's stupid but that's how we do it now and that's how i will do it until my dying day get by the way is my dad he has not been my dad for very long and i still can't bring myself to call him died not really because of of the novelty of it but because i actually went through a couple dads i and the name like where's itself out after a while so i there was robert robert was the generous but accidents donor of my other x chromosome and he was he was not entirely absent he would drop in on birthdays and.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the new york conversation you're listening to the moth radio hour from pierre ex i'm sarah austin genus in this hour about fathers i want name the fact that some men are dad's only through dna a father figure or the man we call dad may not in fact be blood related and while we're on the subject some single moms are both moms and dads and some people have two moms so shout out to the moms listening to our next storyteller is lawrence firming and she told us at an open mic math slam in washington dc where we partner with public radio station w a m u here's lauren live at the mom whenever i fold towels i think about skip i had to them the right way the only way you fold them crosswise and then again and then you fold that rangel rectangle into very precise thirds few do it out of order you're wrong uterus wrong sorry makes a clean edge they stack very nicely and these things are really important to you know any potential guests that you might have in the future before i might skip i did not fold my towels this way in fact i folded them a different way and i'm very sorry that i did that and when he showed showed me his method i think i actually said that's stupid but that's how i do it now and that's how i will do it until my dying day get by the way is my dad he has not been my dad for very long and i still can't bring myself to call him dad not really because of of the novelty of it but because i actually went through a couple dads i and the name like where's itself out after a while so i there was robert robert was the generous but accidental donor of my other x chromosome and he was he was not entirely absent he would drop in on birthdays and.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KPCC

"Stations monday join us tonight at ten on eighty nine point three kpcc you're listening to the moth radio hour from pierre ex i'm sarah austin genus in this hour about fathers i wanna name the fact that some men are dad's only through dna a father figure or the man we call dad may not in fact be blood related and while we're on the subject some single moms are both moms and dads and some people have two moms so shout out to the moms listening to our next storyteller is lauren thurman and she told this at an open mic moth slam in washington dc where we partner with public radio station w a m u here's lauren live at the mom whenever i fold towels i think about skip them the right way the only way you fold them crosswise and then again and then you fold that rangel rectangle into very precise thirds few do it out of order you're wrong uterus wrong sorry makes a clean edge they stack very nicely and these things are really important to you know any potential guests that you might have in the future before i might skip i did not fold my towels this way in fact i folded them a different way and i'm very sorry that i did that and when he showed showed me his method i think actually said that's stupid but that's how we do it now and that's how i will do it until my dying day get by the way is my dad he has not been my dad for very long and i still can't bring myself to call him died not really because of the novelty of it but because i actually went through a couple dads i and the name like where's itself out after a while so i there was robert robert was the generous but accidental donor of my other x chromosome and he was he was not entirely absent he would drop in on birthdays and.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

"This is the moth radio hour from pr x i'm sarah austin genus and we're featuring adventure stories in this hour the wild rides that some people seek our next story teller is brian gavin brian lives in denver colorado and he told this story in a moth main stage in boulder a few years ago the theme of the night was high anxiety and a great story for the theme you'll see why here's brian live at the mall in colorado i've always been in drennan junkie i love driving fast in my car i love zipping through the woods in my on my snowboard my skis and i really love back slipping my bmx bike what i haven't really experienced was flight it was something that i'd always been interested in but hadn't had a lot of experience with as specifically helicopter flight i always thought that was the most awesome craft to pilot being quick and light and nimble and when i saw an ad in the westward paper announcing an introductory offer for thirty minutes of sightseeing in thirty minutes of instructional time i felt like it was speaking directly to me so i called them up immediately and set my appointment and for the next few days i was extremely excited for that day so when the day came i got to the office early i'm never early for anything but i was early on this day and i'm walking into the office and i look over and i see a motorcycle in the shadows this really cool it can motorcycle and i remember thinking these are my people.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on The Moth

"Hey moth podcast listeners before we start we would like to tell you about a brand new show from the makers of the awardwinning podcast criminal they're making a new show that has nothing to do with crime this time it's actually all about love stories of sacrifice obsession and the ways in which we bet everything on each other it's called this is love and it comes out on february 14th how perfect is that some of the stories are funny summer intense but they're all completely fascinating and very moving find them it this is love podcast dot com or subscribe in iteens google place spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from your ex mrs them off radio our welcome i'm sarah austin genus the mouth is all about true stories told without notes in front of strangers in venues all around the world there are four storeys in this episode a celebration of all things british some levity some gravity and lots of pleasant accents to kick things off a story from celebrated writer neil gain and neil hosted are very first moth of an in london and this was the story he used to introduce the evening you can hear the church echo in union chapel which opened in the year eighteen seventy seven a crowd of over nine hundred increase key wooden pews and surrounded by candlelight erupted when neil stepped on stage here's neil game and live at the mall.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That would not leave us alone no matter how hard we tried and i remember one of them in particular was when i found out that he didn't believe people had solved i was a quiet like i really didn't i thought your regardless of religion everyone believed that but he was like no i i don't believe in seoul's unearthed will them would which entitled view music will my dna and i remember i stopped him on the side recognize as and i put my hands on his shoulders and i just looked into his eyes and he's like what are you doing and i'm like i am looking at your soul and i i can see it and i can hear it and i know that it's there and so he said you know well what does my soul have to say and so i listen and has it says you if i do for twenty nine years than you've been ignoring me the entire i have like malik mormons are supposed to swear but then like when making a religious point that was the only word that came into my head and so we kept dating even know like if is born i realize my soul mate doesn't actually believe in seoul's but like i was gonna be okay with that but then you know the whole sex thing comes up and he's like in are we going to have sex and i was like eaten e using no now and and so then he started to pull away and he started to retreat and it's so interesting because like every girl knows when a guy is starting to face her out the giving of coincidentally he didn't answer is found that day is like you know because you feel it and so i knew that he was phasing out and i started thinking well why well it's probably because i'm more and it's probably because i won't have sex then i really started to think about those things you know not as like not as the the way things are as necessity but as like truth like you know what if this person is the love of my life and i end up marrying some the mormon guy because i'm supposed to you that i like okay and i regret the decision for the rest of my life or you know what if he's right and god doesn't exist.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to the math radio our from pierre six i'm sarah austin genus this hour explores stories of how our personalities evolve and in this last story on the bakers faith and belief system are put to the test elna told the story back in two thousand six and a night called cat out of that stories of confessions here's on the baker live at the march sime twenty seven years old and i've never had sex i also don't drink i don't smoke i don't do drugs and i don't drink coffee i'm more yay and you know it's hard being mormon new york city and not drinking and smoking and whatever but it's especially hard to try to live in new york and not have sacks because you know flicked section in this city and you know i'm young and i want to have relationships and be able to experience those things and instead after six fears of living in the city and not having sex the longest relationship i was able to sustain was four weeks and that's only because he was out of town for two of them and you know in addition to that like there's this huge part of me that would love to be considered sexy but you know if you're not selling sexy really shouldn't advertise so instead i you know i i liked present myself his cute or someone and audience pointed out like i'm on star trek thank you a hung there you know i got good it thinking myself is being cute and i remember one time i was walking through the eastern village and i pass this vintage boutique and i and i walked in the resolve this vintage lingerie and i happened upon this slip and it was literally the sexiest thing i've ever seen it was like it was hanging on like an invisible lauren bacall it was like dark navy blue with this bloomberg face at the top and he's thin straps and i couldn't how myself i tried it on and i remember i looked in the mirror myself and for the first time in my life i was like i'm sexy who knew that i could be set the and who now.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was just basics motal because as i understand the concept anyway i aim outlook robert mason i said well if you won't take down of spam bout maybe we can meet and and i can filmed the encounter and puts it on youtube and you can explain deal reasons for creating the spam bottom i can explain why it at like the springboks he wrote about to say we would very much led to the eu to explain our reasons behind the info move and i said that's great i'm very much looking forward to hearing your leeson's behind this bombard so i rented a room in central london three of them turns up and they were all academics i asked them all to sit in a in a row on a sofa selected film with the ball in a single shot i'm one of them said okay will play along but we know what you doing it's a form of psychological control and i said stays in it and he said i do it to my students i sit them in a row in isis in the chest separately and i said why would you want psycologically control you students at he looked briefly worried that out coast him saying something eerie and he said it's about controlling the learning environment and i said i'm not trying to psychologically control you but actually now i think bucknor i think i kind of walls anyway so he said do you want to go through the london phone book how every reporting in the phone book code chogm run said that they're not allowed to be cold jumron soon.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With no job so now i don't know what to do a i so i just laid low for about three days then add that he called me up nice in after the you know you took me away from this job now why going to door matter jobs last at a hot nyamwasa the the you know i know you know you i like it in the beginning but warm i going to do now i'm out of jobs this would you take it easy don't worry about you meet me at the woolworth building tomorrow morning i didn't really wanna meet this guy anywhere any of his friends at that point but when anthony sent to medium somewhere usually wait and you met him they would us up i did as always tall and i went at the woolworth building met anthony we go up to the ninth floor and we've made his lawyer any hands me we walked in there has me a brown bag as his what is this lunch he goes nowhere wise guy ice says isis opened the bachelor opened bad and his thirty eight thousand thousand nice is what is this voice as you see the man over there he goes next to my lawyer he goes that's the owner of the pizzeria okay so i and that's only the peace 'area that's going to be you up pizzeria in a couple couple of minutes so i this is pretty good this this is nice you anthony i'm sorry i yelled at eu before we are excited this is ghosted bellefuille badenheuer put everything in your name annually owner of the pizzeria isis i can't believe of what is this is unbelievable antony this is this is just about too much for me to this is this is beautiful thing this is my drink this is my dream work in many many years so loan bohol i i get the pizzeria i go down to brooklyn i said it up i clean up the store i name desalvo's pizza home of the baby cows zone that would that was i was the only one in brooklyn or new york to make a little baby council oh man now i very clear but here i am as is my dream was my dream i buy neon the businesses going good.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the mouth radio our from gierek's i'm sarah austin gymnast and in this hour a celebration of twenty years of him off fats write them off produce storytelling nights long before the start of the month radio our for some twenty years means china or platinum we've mark twenty years with over 20000 stories told on ma stages all around the world with events that were stitched into our collective personal history from y two k to the spice girls fukushima bernie made off the royal wedding wild elections discrimination and wars all over the world the last twenty years have been from all it was nineteen ninety seven and aol well knows a thing and she said all of markers emails subpoena so you're either voting yes to saddam hussein or no there's no other kennedy realized moment for the first time in my life as an out gay man i feel like an equal american me wife among all or more watch the second plane came and we noticed the bear explosions and massimo memphis period kazazkhstan hurricane katrina hit that was the year that boston red sox won the world series for the first time in eighty six years the novelist jorge does grain started them off in new york city nineteen ninety seven two people could connect through personal stories them off community programme started shortly after we run storytelling workshops went underrepresented communities them off his dedicated to presenting stories from and with that i i storyteller is richie desalvo it's a story from our archives richie is a tried and true allstar storyteller from them off community programme in this story is called anthony the hat here's richie live at the moment one of the regulars in this pizzeria that i used to manage was anthony the hat every time at the newark come in for launch you would tell me rich and you want a great operation here places always clean foods great take care to people nice says some day you have to get you own place you need to have your own pizzeria one day in a back on my mind i'd be agreeing with him because that was my that was my dream to one day open my own pizzeria no know had been in business for like fifteen years and like every every of every boss that i worked for was the same old crap you know richie.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Slash npr math radio our him pierre iraq's i'm sarah austin tenacity and in this hour a celebration of twenty years at the off that's right the mock pretty storytelling nights long before the start at the mouth radio our for some twenty years means china or platinum we've mark twenty ears with over twenty thousand stories told on ma stages all around the world with events that were stitched into our collective personal history from y two k to the spice girls fukushima bernie made off the royal wedding wild elections discrimination and wars all over the world the last twenty paris had been fall it was nineteen ninety seven and aol well knows a thing and he then all of my mouth of hunan move saw you're either voting he asked to saddam hussein or no there's no other kennedy never realised moment for the first time in my life as an out gay man i feel like an equal america was me my wife my mother in law watch the second plane cayman and we noticed the big explosion and massimo memphis period kazan hurricane katrina hit that was the year that boston red sox won the world series for the first time in eighty sexier.

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"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"sarah austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they announced that came over the air and said that the delay in the game there's a young blond at a boy climbing up the backstop to get a foul ball and moments angle turn of prompting one said that sounds like something bobby would do and the um pya try to grab him and he's just them away and his skull he got this screen let us coral and he got the ball and he sat on that crossbar and he held the ball and thirty four thousand boston red sox fans gave my brother bobby a standing ovation opening day nineteen seventy two the next day he was on the front page of the boston globe other newspapers came to our house we were celebrities we will baseball celebrities that taken affects your funnel the front of the house with bat zinc watson walls but even though i told my son shameless that story many times he still wasn't into baseball one day he comes home from school and he says dad the red sox a plan the yankees today in that pennant race can we watch it on television can we watch it on television that was the most beautiful question i ever heard of course we can watch it on television and we sat there on the counter my wife made popcorn we got all ready to watch the yankees in the red sox duke it out in the two thousand and four pennant race moved so pumped up and the whole city was pumped up and they loss it's the first games had that's okay sunday we'll get him the second game and the red sox lost the second game that's okay we'll we'll get on the third game then they lost the third game now the theme for the two thousand four boston red.

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