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At Wimbledon, Murray 'Can Still Play at the Highest Level'

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

At Wimbledon, Murray 'Can Still Play at the Highest Level'

"American players they get into Thursday upsets at Wimbledon with Sloane Stephens and Frances tiafoe both reaching the second round table currently ranked fifty seven in the world played a near flawless match to close out the third seed Stefano sits upon us romping through a straight sets win six four six four six three statements belie her current ranking of seventy three two in the hopes of Penn state and former champion Petra Kvitova closing it out six three six four men's top seed Novak Djokovic was stretched to fall by the little brick Jack draper I'm Graham like us

Sloane Stephens Frances Tiafoe Stefano Petra Kvitova Novak Djokovic Jack Draper Graham
Ryan Pulock Scores in OT, Islanders Beat Rangers 3-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Ryan Pulock Scores in OT, Islanders Beat Rangers 3-2

"The islanders pulled out a three two win over the Rangers on Ryan Pulock schools seventy three seconds into overtime the aisles blew a two nothing lead before Pullach netted his first goal of the season Kalpetta merry JG Pageau scored in the first period for the islanders who have won eight of eleven and R. eight two one two at home Ilya Sorokin stopped twenty four shots and improved to eleven three and one this season including a don't know what home Igor Shuster could finish with twenty nine saves for the Rangers fifteen coming in the first period the aisles remain tied with the capitals for first place in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie

Ryan Pulock Islanders Pullach Jg Pageau Ilya Sorokin Rangers Igor Shuster R. Dave Ferrie
"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That time so easy inferring that saloon we jump over to quark train AT one of sentry one here we have now the details of the challenger disaster nine will be set apart from the human flock separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure Kappa that the letter K. in Greek pizza T. H. in Greek Landeh L. dead banished and scatter now use visual this prophecy he also heard them he also smelled the future but it's like they're dead and banished and scattered I mean when these challenger did follow up and exploded the whole world saw the I. all these trails of debris that was left the challenger now the it wasn't nine here's another change in the future it was seven people that went up but a separate from judgment in council lot of I mean I told story the other day about a person that my best high school friends father happened to be one of the scientists who fix the problem on the Columbia first shuttle when it launched about it's a tiles not working properly for re entry and he then after doing that he retired early and he'd been involved in Apollo and all of four four I used to love to listen to his stories but I asked him why he did that said I I I could see how they were going to start cutting corners because the budget was getting less and less and the redundancies that made NASA's so good we're going in I just didn't feel caught my conscious conscience I'd I couldn't be there to see I know there's gonna be a disaster we're gonna lose people in space and I I saw him shortly after the challenger blew up and I said you were right you know you are right and so you know separated from judgment and counsel there were a lot of people saying that they were moving the shuttle's too fast at that they needed to take more time and there were people at Morton Thiokol who were also saying you know we need to check that very morning I was the ring company ranks right and and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosty got bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning easy there's mostly warmer morning yeah but there's no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play Eric Kot and usually when you have K. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek on the continent and it is just like what happens with MBS everybody calling the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its files so the code name for the third anti Christ being mama's it puts back the a in the U. S. in this thing missing are the missing two of those and I valves he H. K. L. with those we returned our fire call Morrison she via call is named in this prophecy as the yeah it's it's it's a it's what I think the key thing is intrigued enough Thomas all these decades is you have these moments where you go a lot of it's open to interpretation balance while you go my goodness this is chilling this is how did he know that would you get his gift well it's he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to his first early first born son with this debate when he wrote that the the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because sales are now Saddam is later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam this but he also tried to and large himself as a profit and he failed vision still envy and at my admiration mixed together with his note and Litoria Sir father her noteworthy that depends on who you talk to take calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to you and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weapon were yeah he was spot on there too wasn't he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that at and the way this this read us first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yes cities on the harbor yeah and then eight Florence within because the nuclear structure of cells start rating inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation and he's calling it the the famous play doctor the sixteen countries calling it at phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he's hi I hate to say it but I think he's actually seeing this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her ocean magazine their hair fried their clothes really burned all suffocated with burnt and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like this is the other side of him his humanity how how could he how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back to take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Challenger disaster nine will be set apart from the human flock separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure Kappa that's the letter K. in Greek pizza T. H. in Greek lambda L. dead banished in scattered now use visual this prophecy he also heard them he also smelled the future but it's like they're dead and banished and scattered I mean when these challenger did follow up and exploded the whole world saw the I. all these trails of debris that was left the challenger now the it wasn't nine Sears another change in the future it was seven people that went up but a separate from judgment council lot of I mean I told story the other day about a person that my best high school friends father happened to be one of the scientists to fix the problem on the Columbia the first shuttle when it launched about it's a tiles not working properly for re entry and he then after doing that he retired early and he'd been involved in Apollo and all of four four I used to love to listen to his stories but I asked him why he did that is that I I I could see how they were going to start cutting corners because the budget was getting less and less and the re Dondon sees that made NASA's so good we're going in I just didn't feel caught my conscious conscience I'd I couldn't be there to see I know there's gonna be a disaster we're gonna lose people in space because of this and I I saw him shortly after the challenger blew up and I said you were right you know you are right and so you know separated from judgment and counsel there were a lot of people saying that the they were moving the shuttle's too fast add that they needed to take more time and there were people at Morton Thiokol who were also saying you know we need to check that very morning I was the ring company ranks right and and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosting that bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning easy there's mostly warmer morning yeah but they no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play there a coat and usually when you have K. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek does a constant and it is just like what happens with MBS everybody calling the the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its files so the code name for the third anti Christ being mama's it puts back the eight in the U. S. in this thing missing are the missing two of those and is vials he H. K. L. with those returned our fire call Morrison she by a call is named in this prophecy as the yeah it's it's it's a it's what I think the key thing is intrigued with us down with all these decades is you have these moments where you go yeah a lot of it's open to interpretation but everyone's why you go my goodness this is chilling this is how did he know that would you discussed well it's he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to this first early first born son who is just the bait when he wrote that this is the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because Cesar now Saddam this later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam S. but he also tried to it and large himself as a profit and he failed vision still envy and add my admiration mixed together with his note and Litoria Sir father or her noteworthy that depends on who you talk to take calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weaponry he was spot on there too was and he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that at and the way this this read to us first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yes cities on the harbor yeah a pass Lawrence within because the nuclear structure of cells start degrading inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation and he's calling it the the famous play doctor the sixteen sentries calling it as phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he's I I I hate to say it but I think he's actually seen this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her ocean Monagas with their hair fried their clothes really burned also succeed with burnt and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like this is the other side of him his humanity how how could he how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back to take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Problem on the Columbia first shuttle when it launched about it's a tiles not working properly for re entry and he then after doing that he retired early and he'd been involved in Apollo and all of four four I used to love to listen to his stories when I asked him why he did that is that I I I could see how they were going to start cutting corners because the budget was getting less and less and the redundancies that made NASA so good we're going in I just didn't feel caught my conscious conscience I'd I couldn't be there to see I know there's gonna be a disaster we're gonna lose people in space because and I I saw him shortly after the challenger blew up and I said you were right you know you are right and so you know separated from judgment and counsel there were a lot of people saying that they were moving the shuttle's too fast at that they needed to take more time and there were people at Morton Thiokol who are also saying you know we need to check that very morning I was the ring company ranks right and and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosting that bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning easy there's mostly warmer morning and but they did no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play Eric Kot and usually when you have K. A. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek but does a constant and it's just like what happens with M. B. S. everybody calling the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its valves so the code name for the third anti Christ being mama's it puts back the eight in the U. and in this thing what's missing are the missing two owes an online is a valve T. H. K. L. with those returned our fire call Morrison she via call is named in this prophecy as the gosh you guys it's it's a it's what I think the key thing is intrigued enough Thomas all these decades is you have these moments where you go a lot of it's open to interpretation but her once while you go my goodness this is chilling this is and tastic how did he know that would you get his gift I well it he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to this first early first born son who is just a baby when he wrote that the the the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because Cesar now Saddam is later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam this but he also tried to and large himself as a profit and he failed vision star will envy and add my admiration mixed together with his note and the toria Sir father or her noteworthy that depends on who you talk to take calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weaponry he was spot on there too was and he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that at and the way this this read off first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yeah cities on the harbor yeah eight wounds within Haitian because the nuclear structure of cells start degrading inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation and he's calling it the the famous play doctor the sixteen sentries calling it as phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he is hi hi I hate to say it but I think he's actually seeing this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her Sherman I guess with their hair fried their clothes really burned all suffocated with burnt and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like this is the other side of him his humanity how how could he how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The other day about a person that my best high school friends father happened to be one of the scientists who fix the problem on the Columbia first shuttle when it launched about it's a tiles not working properly for re entry and he then after doing that he retired early and he'd been involved in Apollo and all of for fun I used to love to listen to his stories when I asked him why he did that said I I I could see how they were going to start cutting corners because the budget was getting less and less and the redundancies that made NASA's so good we're going in I just didn't feel caught my conscious conscience I'd I couldn't be there to see I know there's gonna be a disaster we're gonna lose people in space because of this and I I saw him shortly after the challenger blew up and I said you were right you know you are right and so you know separated from judgment and counsel there were a lot of people saying that they were moving the shuttle's too fast add that they needed to take more time and there were people at Morton Thiokol who are also saying you know we need to check that very morning I was the ring company ranks right and and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosting that bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning easy there's mostly warmer morning and but there's no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play error code and usually when you have K. A. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek on what does a constant and it's just like what happens with MBS everybody calling the the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its files so the code name for the third Antichrist being mama's it puts back the eight in the U. S. in this thing what's missing are the missing to Odin on his valves he H. K. L. with those read returned our fire call Morrison she via call is named in this prophecy as the yeah it's it's it's a it's one of the things that keeps me in intrigued enough Thomas all these decades is you have these moments where you go a lot of it's open to interpretation but everyone's why you go my goodness this is chilling this is how did he know that would you discussed I will it he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to this first early first born son who is just obeyed when he wrote that the the the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because sales are not Saddam this later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam S. but he also tried to and large himself as a profit and he failed vision star will envy and add my admiration mixed together with his note and Litoria Sir father noteworthy that depends on who you talk to take calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weaponry he was spot on there too was and he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that at and the way this this read off first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yeah cities on the harbor yeah eight Lawrence within Haitian because the nuclear structure of cells start degrading inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation sickness and he's calling it the the famous play doctor the sixteen sentries calling it as phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he is hi hi I hate to say it but I think he's actually seeing this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her Sherman I guess with their hair fried their clothes really burned also succeed with burnt and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like I am this is the other side of him his humanity how how could he how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Challenger disaster nine will be set apart from the human flock separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure Kappa that the letter K. in Greek pizza T. H. in Greek lambda L. dead banished in scattered now use visual this prophecy he also heard them he also smelled the future but it's like they're dead and banished and scattered I mean when these challenger did follow up and exploded the whole world saw the I. all these trails of debris that was left the challenger now the it wasn't nine here's another change in the future it was seven people that went up but a separate from judgment in council lot of I mean I told story the other day about a person that my best high school friends father happened to be one of the scientists who fix the problem on the Columbia first shuttle when it launched about it's a tiles not working properly for re entry and he then after doing that he retired early and he'd been involved in Apollo and all of four four I used to love to listen to his stories but I asked him why he did that said I I I could see how they were going to start cutting corners because the budget was getting less and less and the re Dondon sees that made NASA's so good we're going in I just didn't feel caught my conscious conscience I'd I couldn't be there to see I know there's gonna be a disaster we're gonna lose people in space because of this and I I saw him shortly after the challenger blew up and I said you were right you know you are right and so you know separated from judgment and counsel there were a lot of people saying that the they were moving the shuttle's too fast add that they needed to take more time and there were people at Morton Thiokol who are also saying you know we need to check that very morning I was the ring company ranks right and and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosting that bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning easy there's mostly warmer morning yeah but there's no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play Eric Kot and usually when you have K. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek on another continent and it is just like what happens with MBS everybody calling the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its files so the code name for the third anti Christ being mama's it puts back the eight in the U. S. in this thing missing are the missing two of those and I valves he H. K. L. with those returned our fire call Morrison she via call is named in this prophecy as the yeah it's it's it's a it's what I think the key thing is intrigued enough Thomas all these decades is you have these moments where you go a lot of it's open to interpretation balance while you go my goodness this is chilling this is how did he know that would you get his gift well it he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to his first early first born son who is just the bait when he wrote that the the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because sales are now Saddam is later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam this but he also tried to and large himself as a profit and he failed vision still envy and add my admiration mixed together with his note and the toria Sir father noteworthy that depends on who you talk to take calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to you and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weapon were yeah he was spot on there too wasn't he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that end the way this this read us first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yes cities on the harbor yeah and then eight Florence within because the nuclear structure of cells start rating inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation and he's calling it the the famous play doctor the sixteen countries calling it at phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he's I I I hate to say it but I think he's actually seeing this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her ocean analogous with their hair fried their clothes really burned all suffocating with burnt and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like this is the other side of him his humanity how how could he how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back to take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And and there was icicles in Florida in January rare the frosting that bad that were on the ship and they said maybe we should wait for warmer morning any easy there's mostly warmer morning yeah but there's no no no we gotta go and so it's launched in seventy three seconds later it blows and and so here's the thing that's really amazing about this prophecy why have these Greek letters there will actually they are an anagram of word play their code and usually when you have K. T. H. L. in there Latin versions of the Greek on the continent and it's just like what happens with M. B. S. everybody calling the the products of Arabia and the S. it's missing its valves so the code name for the third anti Christ being modest it puts back the a in the U. S. in this thing what's missing are the missing two Ozon on is valves he H. K. L. with those returned our by a call fortune in the August out she of two the tree thousand via five call murder Qatar to is boys like named Johnson maple was found found in shot this in prophecy others dead in her home and we he'll as have more talk info the about on our website fruit newsradio like that kale B. J. dot com gosh yeah you kill it's it's me generate it's a our weather it's watch four clear think he the would key overnight thing lows is seventy intrigued one get enough Austin news Thomas on all demand these decades at newsradio is kale you have B. J. these moments dot com where you go a lot of it's open to interpretation but everyone's why you go my goodness this is chilling this is how does he know that would you discuss well it and he said it was part of his family lineage but he said very clearly in his preface to is for early first born son who is just a baby when he wrote that this is the gift of his site would die with him which is interesting because sales are not Saddam is later on as an adult not only did he do much to kind of share with us a lot of the life stories about Saddam this but he also tried to and large himself as a profit and he failed vision start and the end of my admiration mixed together with his note and Litoria Sir father or noteworthy that depends on who you talk to the tech calls a John hold right after the break here those of you on hold just hang there but the back to you and we'll talk about the anti Christ but back to the predictions of atomic weapon were yeah he was spot on there too wasn't he was and this is this is a very poignant thing for me to look at what he wrote because he he obviously saw horrible things that at and the way this this read us first read it near the harbors within two cities there will happen to score edges the like of which was never before seen a rush among Nagasaki they are harbors yes cities on the harbor yeah and then eight phones within radiation because the nuclear structure of cells start rating inside you literally get sick from the inside from radiation and he's calling it the the famous plague doctor the sixteen sentries calling it at phones within which he never applied those words and then he says people put out by the sword cries for help to the Grady mortal god I mean he is I mean he's hi I hate to say it but I think he's actually seen this terrible visions of people stumbling out of her ocean and I guess you know with their hair fried their clothes really burned all suffocating with Lawrence and with the patterns of the clothes burned into them and it's just like this is the other side of him his humanity how how could be how could he managed to look at these things and and cope with it well yeah that's absolutely true we're gonna come back to take calls with John hold will also talk about the anti Christ sign up now for coast's own.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"AM six forty. It's Conway Mark Thompson is here on Tuesday. Now plays. Glenn, quiet and the guy I watch every single day on KTLA the one o'clock with Glenn Walker. Nice to see you, man. Good to be here at what is now. I probably screwing this up. It's not just one o'clock, but you're on three right? Eleven AM eleven AM. They extended the morning show to another hour a couple of years ago. KTLA five news at eleven AM right after Franken. Jessica, right. So our morning show now with three different anchor team starts four AM and goes, all holy noon. And then we're often our come back and do the one o'clock news. And there were often our income back into the three o'clock news in a four o'clock. We're done. I see what is the gap in Los Angeles. Where there's no local news. Is it is it two to three? I think it's two to three right? Two to three. Definitely. Nobody's I don't think channel nine does two to three. And nobody's nobody's capitalized on that. Right. TV on sometimes a to find any listen, we started the three we actually just went straight through for three hours, and it was working and the numbers were good. But it was a trial thing and the powers that be that live in another town. They wanted to run keep running one of those who's your daddy shows. Syndicated show. I get it. Yeah. I got it. I like those shows though, I like to who's your day show. But, but I I often I watch in the mornings I get up and get my daughter off to school. And then I usually read the internet than either fall back asleep for a little while. Right. All right. Take a Napa later and somebody recent somebody today, a friend of mine texts me, and he says, I says, hey, you wanna go to lunch? Like, I gotta take a nap before I go to work. And he says now, what are you? What are you seventy? And I said, well, I said I get up at you know, I get up at seven o'clock in the morning, and I start working at six PM. I said to my body is what time do you work every day because I got to be office at nine. I said, okay. Are you cool with getting up eleven PM the night before and then staying up all night, and then go into work at nine AM because I'd never do that as well. I how am I gonna get up at seven thirty in the morning. Stay up all day and go to work in an eleven and a half hours later. Yeah. Let that go. Mark you tell you when your days at FOX eleven now, what time do you get off like eleven thirty quarter to twelve. Yeah. So what time did you go to bed? Oh, yeah. People. I said look it's like having a nine to five job and trying to get at six PM. It doesn't have you can't do it. But I don't know how you do. It. Would you get up in the morning, and you do sports I don't do that anymore? I know that you did for in it. Glenn Walker with sports kept look at my really there. The answer is no it was really there. You really were there. I saw the anchors in the background. Now. This is what happened. They they started. When I first got there was only one o'clock show. And then they wanted to add to three and the new structure Jason ball. He goes he goes, you're doing a three, but I still need you to do sports. He is I don't know how to hell. I should just listen to me. I got an idea. I said I'll come in and do sports it was at seven thirty five in the morning in the morning. But I said what I've done with sports. I'm done. I'm going to leave. I'm going to go to the gym workout. And then I'll come back and I'll link to the one o'clock news and a three o'clock news. That's great. I ended up doing that for about two and a half years. And then when they wanted to expand the morning show and do the eleven AM our he said, you're not doing sports anymore. Okay, fine. All right. Well, welcome. Hey bender. I'm sorry. I didn't realize Jason was actually on the line. He called the back line. Glenda, say FOX eleven anymore. Oh. Perfectly understandable. That's pretty cool thirty three years ago yesterday since you guys are both news junkies. The challenger exploded. Oh, man. I can't even believe that it's been thirty three years or a somber anniversary in US history. The space shuttle challenger exploded thirty three years ago today tragedy happened seventy three seconds after liftoff ficials later determined that a rocket booster failure caused the fuel tank to ignite kill seven to the crew members Lake City. Native astronaut Ron McNair was among those boy. Wow. Seventy three seconds while my dad was born in nineteen thirty three thirty three years ago. And my wife was born in nineteen seventy three seventy three seconds is looking good. What lottery numbers you're playing tonight? What does that? Bellio. What? No just that was adding some colors. She said you always have to make it about yourself. So rude. But at least I'm not at Starbucks trying to get free crap. From Heather stop doing that. I'm not doing it to give. 'grande skinny?.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"The orbiter was launched in landed nine times before breaking apart seventy three seconds into its tenth mission on January the twenty eighth. I'm sorry. I just said thirty one because I was looking at the humidity there on the satellite clock on January twenty eighth nineteen eighty six resulting in the death of all seven crew members, including civilian teacher schoolteacher. It was the first of two. Shuttles to be destroyed in flight with the other being Columbia and two thousand three the accident led to a two and a half year. Grounding of the shuttle fleet whites resumed in nineteen eighty eight flown by discovery. I don't want to turn a tragedy into some simple lesson. But. There is. Some semblance. You know? Whenever I get on this program. Lots tons I give cultural and social critiques regional critiques state critiques, and it's difficult for me. Sometimes because I don't wanna be that guy. I don't I don't wanna be the hypocrite. I need to know that things are going well at my house. Immonen place before I can begin to critique and. In order to not cast aspersions on a larger place. In a bring that up to say that. In the investigation. Many of you know, where I'm going in the investigation. This is the New York Times from June tenth nineteen eighty six. This is the headline shuttle commission blames NASA in rocket builders for challenger explosion. This is the lead the decision to launch the challenger was flawed. Those who made that decision were unaware of recent history of problems concerning the oval rings in the joint in were unaware of the initial written recommendation of the contractor advising against the launch. It temperatures below fifty three degrees Fahrenheit and the continuing opposition of engineers after management reverses position. They did not have a clear understanding. Of Rockwell's concern that it was unsafe to launch because of ice on the pad. If the decision makers head known all the facts, it is highly unlikely they would have decided to launch on January twenty eighth nineteen eighty six. The decision came down to this. Record low temperatures in Florida at that time, the O rings were only made two with hole in rings between the rockets in between metal joints in the aircraft. We're only made to withstand fifty three degrees or higher and that day on the pad. I twenty ish twenties degrees at liftoff. And they went ahead with it. Just a little thing. Like an owning made all the difference in in fuel began to seep out and caught on fire. As rockets blasted and all seven members of the crew died. In. I think back to another accident in that being the titantic, and what did the titantic what was it fatal flaw? It was the rivets. The rivets were made iron is cheaper. Then. At that time iron was cheaper than steel. The rivet makers went with. Iron over steel and iron could not withstand the blow of the glacier. I. Bring up the challenger in the Titanic to say, this is of father of four little ones in a house that I try to look after in a hope that don't sound sanctimonious in this. But it is the little things, ladies and gentlemen. It is the little things that make or break our success in life and the little things beginning at the Ponderosa, whatever your ponder Rosa is those are the things that matter at the end of the day. Now, I was at a bar of all places in Washington DC one time, and there was sun on the wall said once you lose your integrity. The rest is a piece of cake. In in in our homes, if I know a lot of our audiences in their forties or younger in our homes. The things that matter are the inches that are gathering between those ankles, and those knees and those knees in those ties is those kids get bigger and bigger, and what's tons. We look at everything, but the little things intentional time that we put in the the balls that we throw or we don't throw the basketball practices we attend or we don't attend and those are the little things. Those are the only rings that can lead to success or failure later..

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

"I was and I think most of no where we were on January twenty eighth nineteen Eighty-six. When the space shuttle challenger exploded, seventy three seconds after lift off from Cape Canaveral killing all seven crew members, including the schoolteacher Christa McAuliffe was an extra especially tough time because we had classrooms were tuned into watch your teacher go into space, and then then the teachers, and parents and others who were left to try to explain to these kids. What happened? And how it happened and what it meant. And it was at eleven thirty eight AM, I was done with my talk show at WABC. But I was still at the station. And you know, we have monitors up television monitors. So we had him up, but we have no volume on them. So we could see them. And you watched people were taking these blastoff for granted. Nobody was yes. They were carrying it live on on radio do it or anything. It was just happening and you were probably on the air doing the news too. Yep. And there was began a an odyssey of sadness, and I remember looking at them monitoring. So what's going on up there? And the engineer board operator show. What's? It's the the space shuttle taken off and said, yeah. But I mean, what's it? I've watched a lot of space. Shuttles takeoff. What's that? It doesn't look right right now. This is as it turns out about seventy three seconds in it just it looked like it. There was a kind of an extra booster rocket or something. I I couldn't quite figure out. What was happening, right. The last thing in my mind was that the rocket had just exploded and and and broken into pieces. And you know, it's it's occurs to me as I tell you that story, you know, who's running the board. I believe that moment. No guy that Rush Limbaugh called Snerdley program. I won't even give you his real name. We didn't know Snerdley rush. Ship had gave him that name. But I believe we worked together at the ABC at WABC, and I think it was him Snerdley. I'll give you first name James anyway that was what was happening in. You're. At WJR. No, no. I was a different station at a different station, but working and covering the story. And it was it was massive. It was it was a lot to deal with took the took the country by surprise as you mentioned because of the, of course, the horrible tragedy horrible tragedy the wreckage, but like you say we had become accustomed to these space. Shuttles working one hundred percent. And they were they were routine Canada kit for granted. And then we didn't. And I never do never have ever since. Taking them for granted. But boy, I remember I did to the special show that night on WABC where I actually brought in a child psychologist and trying to tell parents and teachers specifically what to say to their students and their children about this. Because they they watched it, and it turned out we had kids calling in. And it was the best thing to hear these young kids who said that they still wanted to be astronauts, and and they were soothing to the adults. It was it was I will never forget it while and now they are parents and sooner or later talking to their children about that day. Yep. Absolutely. Right. January twenty eighth nineteen Eighty-six eleven thirty eight in the morning the challenger exploded seventy three seconds after take-off six forty two on a Monday morning edition of the puzzle. You Smith show a Monday morning in weight of the snow storm. They're not waiting. They started closing. Schools yesterday over seven hundred and fifty SAE engineering time for that with Lindsey brook with automotive engineering magazine brought to you by continental automotive. Jeff Klein his team at continental automotive. The future in motion visit continental dash automotive dot com to find out more. Lindsey sports cars have.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cans in this particular. Confrontation. That's the question at hand. You also have some supporters that also jump to judgment. So I wouldn't say it's all to get out of office. I think a collective we as a society jump to judgment today. And you believe whatever you want to believe if you see that video, and it helps the narrative that you believe in then I think we're put to jump on that that is seventy three seconds that we could spend three hours on. I think that's a conservative estimate. Yeah. It's amazing. The we the joy Behar saying we want him to be out of office so badly. Conflicting her in the media, which is which which is Danny itself. Right. The audience's reaction was shock and laughter and acceptance and oh, yeah. That's why. And the fact that this is the state of the media. I have I have never been more depressed. But the media is at I've been this week the cabin or hearing that was just that was just a little little play compared to what we've seen this week. And what's been amazing about this week with the Covington kit situation is that the media's double down there. This did you see the tweet from the New York Times? Reporter a New York Times reported is doing it. Tweet trying to get disgruntled extra. Chris ex Christian students to basically tee off on the church and the school and the hashtag he used was expose Christian schools or something very much like that. He used at hashtag in his tweet looking for people. They're fishing for some sort of negative story, which you can find about anything any school Muslim school at Jewish school. Anything you could find some disgruntled kid who's got an ax to grind and maybe legitimately. So maybe the school did wrong. So. Yeah. Those just dump you you go. First. Let's talk about we'll be I because I do believe at the very beginning. She's actually maybe I'm wrong. And maybe this is because I got the Hotspur who I really do believe that at the beginning. She's actually trying to have a serious conversation about the the media. What's the right were were they jumped on the story. Yeah. And jump to conclusions before they knew everything she actually is trying to find or have a civil serious discussion. So many people admitted they made snap judgments many people admitted they made snap judgments, so far.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio. Welcome back everybody. Happy friday. It is Friday night the big tail and it is now time for Hollywood in TOTO. Theo te'o is that hey Wilson. I think people think I'm saying TOTO or I get. Or whatever. So I try to an empty up my tease that it's Hollywood and hotel. Thank you. I appreciate that supposed to Hollywood and total or Hollywood half ass or whatever. Some days. It feels like that. How are you? Another brutal. I'm getting beat up. I just senior nameless on several websites. Doc. Really good writing. Oh, thanks. Yeah. This one exhausted. Oh, in fact, you were in Colorado this week. Oh, yeah. Yes. Because tamarack. Christians. Really good. Oh, yeah. Unless a Christian. Christian mcgillicuddy, exactly. This is get right to it. Yeah. There's no reason to put this no reason weight, and this is one of those. I can't wait till I can't wait till Friday. Now, I've had to admit I've heard this. Okay. I've heard this one and I so desperately wanted to play an earlier in the week. But I made it a I made a big ass assumption than Christian would want to do this one. And it is in my opinion. It's one of those. Well, first of all, I think sometimes when people left to center, they say things that they don't realize that they're just speaking unvarnished truth. Yeah. And I think this is one of those. It is also point the view. Of course, it also is one of those moments where I think we'll be Goldberg occasionally does have so rational thoughts, and I think she can see the big picture. And I think what you hear in this clip, even though she's not the star club. It's clearly joy Behar. But the way she sets it up as interesting and and fair. You're absolutely correct. I have nothing to add now for the sake of this one may I propose your honor that we entered this into evidence in its entirety without interruption and then come back to it. Okay. Is that okay with you? I don't think it's super long either. No. It's just a we we have seventy seventy three second. Okay. Good seventy wonderful, seventy three seconds. Here. We go. So many people and.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Get Up!

"Easily won the very best defenders in this league nobody has with this guy hasn't the checking all the boxes just seems he can do everything he is a two way player store near very few best players believed the play both in i think that's what makes them special ooh what where win and why you're still young guy he has a long rear head of just waking up the deal is done kuweit leonard is a raptor tamargo rosen is a spur look back is the top ten moments for ally in san antonio no firm here is on a guy solomon haile that was number ten here's number nine against the king's body bag roaches i'm talking about that's on demarcus cousins ridiculously nasty 2017 again against the trail blazers at number eight oh wow reverse it the thing i like about all of these is the amount of intense emotion co i show that's the thing that justice just these demonstrative player of ever seen in my life number seven at twenty fifteen game two of the first round of the playoffs against the clipper ridiculous jay what do you do with that defense well jay had no business out there we call that baby in the street oh this was number six against his new team the raptors oh that might be that might be something you have to address with her too number five the twenty fourteen playoffs against okay seeing a lot of dumps in this against kevin durant that's another teammate of his surgery you're right jonah baca that exactly right twenty seventeen again at number four this is going to be on all the depot ooh amaze the ball handling is ridiculous and the left hand that was why they traded all the debone then he got good number three twenty thirteen game six nba finals against the heat body diculeng that's mike miller come on a might no maybe the streets i like that number two is the game seven of the nba finals in twenty thirteen the no look fighting on chris bosh that was a loss wasn't it they then game seven man don't on the parade still heck i like it when the guys best play is on defense and it is here again this is against houston who in twenty seventy three seconds to go in a two point game with the laugh awesome i can do it all as reminiscent of lebron and the final right against dollar the key thing about both of those what was fast was impressive listen he he is i we heard it a little bit in the open people saying that sometimes when a guy has gone for a year at a time when we live with an attention span of six seconds that you forget you could make an argument he's the second best two way player in the sport behind lebron james yes or no that that is never had more than eight assists in a game we're lebron james averages seven i say this things are going to be different for him in toronto they're going to ask him to do more they're gonna ask the ross need you to create whereas all due to do other things in san antonio they gave him two jobs well he did so again for those just joining us adnan from toronto you're a fan of the raptors franchise inside and i think people are thrilled right now like i'm looking at tweets getting texan buddies this great like d'amoto what when you're selling team need to have talent and give credit for this he looked at fifty nine win team he treated the face the.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Start Here

"We've been talking about national issues well let's look at a national tragedy more than three decades ago because when the challenger space shuttle exploded in mid air it happened with a nation watching live including children watching the first schoolteacher go up in space but there is another story from the state that you have not heard about the story of a local high school story of a father the first asian american in space and the story of a faded forgotten soccer ball that sat waiting to tell its story for years abc's bob woodruff crafted an incredible documentary about all this for partners of espn and bob do you remember where you were in nineteen ninetysix when that shuttle exploded you all of us were shocked is whole world was shocked i was sitting there in my room in michigan law school at the time watching this on the news and the challenge or watched and then just twenty seventy three seconds after takeoff which is up we have a major tragedy we are looking at checking with the recovery forces to see what can be done at this point my god a major tragedy the shuttle has exploded the challenger has exploded ball seven louis astronauts on board were killed right there on the ground the families were also watching them after this horrific tragedy president reagan actually delivered perhaps what i believe is greatest certainly most emotional speech ever during his presidency we will never forget them nor the last time we saw them as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds earth to touch the face of god since that day most of us just forgot about the challenger this was in january nineteen eightysix more than thirty two years ago but a soccer ball has now become the very story the biggest story it was found in the in the atlantic ocean just after the crash floating inside this plastic bag it was completely intact the most the best of all of the ones that were that were discovered later and then for more than three decades it has really been stored away in the high school so you know espn and he's sixty are fantastic producer max brodsky gave me a call telling me about this story and it was perhaps one of the most emotional stories i think i've ever heard at least in a long time all about this aqua ball which had really been stored away right there in this high school so the astronaut that took it up there who was he yes this is the this is the clear lake high school in houston just a mile away from the from the johnson space center many of these kids have nasa parents one of those parents was astronaut ellison own azuka who was sadly one of those seven astronauts who were killed on the challenger he was just thirty nine at the time he is at the very center of the store because of nasr's tradition to allow all of the astronauts they're going up into space to bring something personal with them as long as they're as long as they're really small like they have to be able to fit inside and his personal item on that flight was given to him by his sixteen year old daughter whose name is janelle she gave him a soccer ball signed by her and her high school team and you sat down with his wife all these years later she was one of those family members right there on the ground watching this in person we're really wouldn't it said lifting and we watch it ascend this wonderful roic flight up to space is dropped down to the sea looking very carefully obviously a major malfunction kids recline from there was kind of a blur put something that takes a while to sink in she knew well that there was this little soccer ball that belong to their sixteen year old daughter now she has to think of two things one is that her her husband is now died and then this this emblem this the symbol that they had for their family was now gone to.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Uh at libertad show guillermo are you excited for the rick flair thirty for thirty tonight but he's making the rounds on live television today and he's been struggling with his ear piece this entire interview on sports center he keeps fiddling with it and somebody needs to help him at just stop paying attention to those fake books behind him math those books meant to look like real bucks but their fake books and somebody fix that man's earpiece hassan whiteside is in trouble with his team did you see what happened last night's do got uh did he sit out the entire secondhalf bench for the second half golden state smokes miami the miami heat made goldens the boring last night ninety seventy eight just dreadful game miami was in that game but any time hassan whiteside check back in golden state would go on a run bright and so what happened is you just pulled a thirty seventy three seconds into the second half because cesar made a basket and and while whiteside was arguing with the ref he made an uncontested lay up and who's yanked them the captain said to talk to him after the game is this about hassan and draymond that he there are a couple of guys in the league and beads and other one that hassan wants to go after and those are the games where they got to get him in check because all he wants to do is put up his thirty in twenty and he doesn't care how he arrives added he just wants to dunk andrei mons head is that what happened last night that he get you're playing a champion they're better at eu they're better than you would everything dream on knows that they're better than you at everything and they've had these arguments about whether small ball or big ball is better and you can get us on whiteside that way by just.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"That you can put into practice think to yourself does the actual name on the costume packaging see tribal or traditional does the costume include racerelated hair or accessories does the costume play into racial stereotypes if you answered yes to any of these questions rethink your costume and try again shut up don't tell me what to do i mean my costumes says made in china all while we'll than you look over appropriate that ancient ancient culture and you should be ashamed of yourself who and you should go to prison who shot to go to brazil is her i end us so got a couple of zerman like it's more than one hundred twenty three kilograms idaho if to seventy threes two thousand prison susan i of come on 10th power i can't even walk by okay a man but is this halloween costume so you know i was out of my wife was a looking at halloween costumes at the big happen imported city yesterday though she's looking around as their costume that we can't be any more as their custom that you can't wear is there something that galaxies yes is nothing native american you can't do any of that but if we execute and if we throw the diversity council's list yeah okay hilas throughout the diversity councils liz because those councils are coming out with their list so they could try to be relevant at their universe of the true continue with their gig i got it um but it real life the real people people are going to follow the diversity councils with their denonces gulu heading that is going to have while you throw it to the wind there but is there something that we can't where like maybe what what is there maybe two things right boob a black face that's for sure right or who do that.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

"After ferdinand magellan the portuguese explorer who in fifteen nineteen organiz of first expedition to circumnavigate the globe pretty twenty nine hundred feet per second altitude that there was a hit in tux plans while president reagan had pushed for more satellites to be launched into space delivery method to get these satellites into space was asked cargo on the flights carried out by nasser's space these the plan was working well until january twenty eight 1980 sex it was a launched of the ten th flight of the space shuttle challenger we have a record only dynamic opted out vehicle exploded seventy three seconds into its flight the shuttle broke apart disintegrating over the atlantic ocean seven crew members died in the shuttle program was grounded indefinitely with no way to get any more satellites into space the idea of a commercial gps programme looked less and less likely this scared away most of the company's trying to get consumer gps startups off the ground but not add talk in early 1987 tuck hired randy hoffman as magellan ceo hoffman's main job was to turn the dream of a truly horrible gps unit into a reality when we get our market research people didn't spirlea see quite frankly the need for a handheld products most of the people that were using any form of navigation it was all a builtin panel mount kind of thing either in an airplane or a boat the portability of navigation device really did not compute to the marketplace but we felt we nude differently and that a portable device would become.

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"seventy three seconds" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"seventy three seconds" Discussed on What It Takes

"Um is just an amazing feeling it's a totally different perspective and it makes you appreciate actually how how fragile or existences you know you can you can look at earth's horizon and see this really really thin royal blue line a right along the horizon and it i don't really quite a internalize what that is then you realize that it's our sadness fear and it that's all there is of it and it's a bad as thick as the fez on a tennis ball and it's every thing that separates us from the vacuum of space um you know if if we didn't have that atmosphere we would be here and if we do anything to destroy the atmosphere we won't be here um you know so it it really puts the planet in perspective sally ride flew into space in the challenger one more time after that in 1984 she was preparing to take her third flight in 1980 six when the space shuttle challenger exploded seventy three seconds after launch killing everyone on board it was it was a a blow both professionally as you can imagine do you know everyone in the astronaut corps but also personally four of the astronauts who were killed in a challenger explosion were part of our group of thirty five astronauts part of that astronaut class so these were people that at that time i'd known for eight years i'd worked with them every day i'd dan you know gone to dinner at their houses that neither families said they were very close close friends my than husband had been on the flight before the challenger accident and i was scheduled to go about two months after the challenger accident so it was you know it it hit me very very personally um just did lose friends and to think about you know what might have been and of course it was also it was a huge blow professionally because um.

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