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"seventy three two years" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

04:44 min | Last month

"seventy three two years" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Coming up. We'll visit a house where the walls don't just talk they scream. This episode is brought to you by amazon at amazon. You can shop low prices anytime. Like when the podcast. You're listening to breaks for commercial. What a coincidence. Spend less smile more when you shop. Low prices at amazon dot com slash s. l. s. m. This episode is brought to you by robin hood. The next generation of investors is already here and it includes you. That's why robin hood is creating real. Human education resources truly digestible financial news and a platform. That lets you invest in your own way on your own terms robin hood. Download the app and get started today. Disclosure investing is risky robinhood financial. Llc this episode is brought to you by ever eve imagine an entire closet filled with close you love to wear because every single item is easy and chic and fits your body ever even for women who wants to feel comfortable and looked put together real life ready fashion with just the right amount of edge visit ever eat dot com or one of their ninety five. Every food takes us code sprain for fifteen percent off your first order. Oh off a quiet street. Under the shade of rhode island's a willow trees is one of the most haunted structures in the country. The old arnold is stay picturesque wood-paneled colonial built in seventeen. Thirty six on two hundred acres of land. This relic of quaint. New england has become notorious for the restless spirits that haunt its halls. Much of that fame is due to the movie that inspired the conjuring but prior to the film's two thousand thirteen release. The old arnold estate was known as the home but copy. I famed paranormal investigators ad in the reign. Warren founded the new england society for psychic research. And were well known in the area. Ed who passed away in two thousand six was the pairs demonize while the rain. Who died in two thousand and nineteen was the medium. It said the words investigated over ten thousand haunting 's both in the united states and abroad. The old arnold state wasn't one of the most formidable ed in lorraine recalled into investigate the property in one thousand nine hundred seventy three two years after caroline and roger paren- moved into the house with their five daughters. The parent family had relocated from connecticut to find a home that could contain their large family. The old arnold estate was perfect with its fourteen. Bedrooms and sprawling acreage realize was at. The state was already occupied.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Sleep and wake up and listen to that show to learn so much we know that you learn a lot and we know that by learning a lot you can pass on the information to others who hopefully will save their life for save their quality of life for their body by getting a fresh second opinion protocol to Mandy's Reverend is a big church she's sixty nine years old is America's three children to one of his sons is taking over the church with him and others sides of big what is the issue of New York area ten years ago had a PSA of four point two police and seven and he had a radical surgery one of the big hospitals in New York and usually cured after the surgery and then the PSA's been rising so again heather Gleason seven cancer one of the big hospitals and had surgery which interfered with his urinary control and it didn't cure him remember the purpose of radical surgeries to cure the man was PSAs been rising ever since that radical surgery at that big hospital and then he was hit by another big urologist your offices surgeon operates the urinary system well the PSA cap on rising in the head no recommendations for treatment he wasn't told and this is a critical point and I'm not recommending surgery but if god forbid you had surgery and the PSA is rising from your prostate cancer you should come here as soon as possible because there's a second chance to try to cure the man and this man first wide surgery for Gleason seven cancer does big hospital every nose surgery success rate sixty percent our success rates ninety percent for Gleason seven cancer fifty percent battery his surgeons of his big hospital never told him there was such a big difference between surgical results and radiation results with doctor Lieberman that's why so many people come here or they know better and then there's surgeon cap on watching Imus's PSA was rising and never gave him a chance to be cured never sent to me here for treatment pinpoint treatment of the prostate bad another big no no and then as primary doctors family doctor was following the PSA and apparently the family doctor doesn't realize this rising PSA was a sign of the cancer coming back so the specialist who specializes in prostate cancer doesn't realize it the family doctor didn't realize it and then what is PSA got to twelve the cancer's spread and travel the of metastatic cancer and there's on Lupron which is a hormone medicines are hormone medicine which takes away a man's testosterone libido erections causes weight gain hot flashes and Lupron work for a while the PSA Kaplan rising and rising and into the chemotherapy in the chemotherapy didn't work either other treatments for prostate cancer the biggest hospitals New York gives workers sit at two or three of the biggest hospitals and now is in terrible pain in the bone scan showing widespread cancer had severe pain in the right leg and hip so much pain he couldn't sleep but I suspect these are very very stoic man who doesn't like to complain but he says he can't sleep because of the pain his pain in the shoulder pain in the hip he's taken some over the counter medicines his weight is one seventy three two years ago was one ninety three lost twenty pounds and most likely lost the twenty pounds because the cancer was just eating at his body and well I examined him we talked about all the options is the man's very level headed man in a loving wife and family and he just wants to get fatter in out of paintings that doctors of the biggest hospitals in New York and not whatever recommended him to come and get radiation or radiosurgery firs rising PSA after radical surgery a big no no no one ever sent him here for treatment even though I was in terrible pain and agony on narcotics you know narcotics don't treat the cancer the cancers covered some growing in caps keeps on getting worse and worse and we just keep on giving a more narcotics rather than what we are for which is to treat the cancer and make the cancer go away and make the pain go away it doesn't make a lot more sense if you have cancer eating through your bones would you rather of the cancer going away and the pain going away the just giving more and more narcotics which is what they did at the two biggest hospitals around town well finally is come here and he wants to get better is loving.

"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And wake up and listen to that show to learn so much we know that you learn a lot and we know that by learning a lot you can pass on information to others who hopefully will save their life for save their quality of life for their body by getting a fresh second opinion protocol to Mandy's Reverend is a big church she's sixty nine years old is America's three children to one of his sons is taking over the church with him and others sides of big physician of New York area ten years ago the PSA of four point two police and seven and he had a radical surgery one of the big hospitals in New York and usually cured after the surgery and then the PSA's been rising so again heather Gleason seven cancer one of the big hospitals and had surgery which interfered with his urinary control additive in cure him member the purpose of radical surgeries to cure the man was PSA has been rising ever since that radical surgery at that big hospital and then he was hit by another big urologist your offices surgeon operates the urinary system well the PSA cap on rising in the head no recommendations for treatment he wasn't told and this is a critical point and I'm not recommending surgery but if god forbid you had surgery and the PSA is rising from your prostate cancer you should come here as soon as possible because there's a second chance to try to cure the man and this man first tried surgery for Gleason seven cancer this big hospital every nose surgery success rate sixty percent our success rates ninety percent for Gleason seven cancer fifty percent battery his surgeons of his big hospital never told him there was such a big difference between surgical results and radiation results with doctor Lieberman that's why so many people come here when they know better and then there's surgeon cap on watching Imus's PSA was rising and never gave him a chance to be cured never sent to me here for treatment pinpoint treatment of the prostate bed another big no no and then this primary doctors family doctors following the PSA the parent of the family doctor doesn't realize this rising PSA was a sign of the cancer could back so the specialist who specializes in prostate cancer doesn't realize it the family doctor didn't realize it and then what is PSA got to twelve the cancer's spread and traveled of metastatic cancer and there's on Lupron which is a hormone medicines are hormone medicine which takes away a man's testosterone libido erections causes weight gain hot flashes and blueprint work for a while the PSA kepada and rising and rising anything yet chemo therapy and the chemotherapy doesn't work either other treatments for prostate cancer the biggest hospitals New York doesn't work you're seeing a two or three of the biggest hospitals and that was in terrible pain in the bone scan showing widespread cancer had severe pain in the right leg and hip so much pain he couldn't sleep but I suspect these are very very stoic man who doesn't like to complain but he says he can't sleep because of the pain his pain in the shoulder pain in the hip is taken some over the counter medicines his weight is one seventy three two years ago was one ninety three lost twenty pounds and most likely lost the twenty pounds because the cancer is just eating at his body and well I examined him we talked about all the options is the man's very level headed man in a loving wife and family and he just wants to get fatter in out of paintings that doctors of the biggest hospitals in New York if not whatever recommended him to come and get radiation or radiosurgery firs rising PSA after radical surgery a big no no no one ever sent him here for treatment even though I was in terrible pain and agony on narcotics you know narcotics don't treat the cancer the cancers cups growing in caps keeps on getting worse and worse and we just keep on giving a more narcotics rather than what we are for which is to treat the cancer and make the cancer go away and make the pain go away it doesn't make a lot more sense if you have cancer eating through your bones wouldn't you rather of the cancer going away and the pain going away than just giving more and more narcotics which is what they did at the two biggest hospitals around town well finally this come here and he wants to get better is loving life loving family and we spoke about all the options and we started treatment immediately rather waiting weeks and months and years which is what he was doing over there it would years was cancer was growing back years were lost years were lost and had to come here when he was first diagnosed with the Gleason seven cancer our success rate is ninety percent there's a sixty percent a big difference and then when this PSA rose after failed surgery he was never sent for a second chance a big no no there's lots of reasons.

"seventy three two years" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Cancer fifty percent battery his surgeons of his big hospital never told him there was such a big difference between surgical results and radiation results with doctor Lieberman that's why so many people come here or they know better and then there's surgeon cap on watching Imus's PSA was rising and never gave him a chance to be cured never sent to me here for treatment pinpoint treatment of the prostate bad another big no no and then this primary doctors family doctor was following the PSA the parent of the family doctor doesn't realize this rising PSA was a sign of the cancer coming back so the specialist who specializes in prostate cancer doesn't realize it the family doctor didn't realize it and then it was PSA got to twelve the cancer's spread and traveled with metastatic cancer and he's on Lupron which is a hormone medicines are hormone medicine which takes away a man's testosterone libido erections causes weight gain hot flashes and Lupron work for a while the PSA cap on rising and rising anything yet chemotherapy in the chemotherapy doesn't work either other treatments for prostate cancer the biggest hospitals New York to them to work received a two or three of the biggest hospitals and now is in terrible pain in the bone scan showing widespread cancer that severe pain in the right leg and hip so much pain he couldn't sleep but I suspect these very very stoic man who doesn't like to complain but he says he can't sleep because of the pain his pain in the shoulder pain in the hip he's taken some over the counter medicines his weight is one seventy three two years ago was one ninety three lost twenty pounds and most likely lost the twenty pounds because the cancer is just eating at his body and well I examined him we talked about all the options is the man's very level headed man in a loving wife and family and he just wants to get battered out of paintings that doctors of the biggest hospitals in New York and all whatever recommended him to come and get radiation or radiosurgery firs rising PSA after radical surgery a big no no no one ever sent him here for treatment even though I was in terrible pain and agony on narcotics you know narcotics don't treat the cancer the cancers covered some growing in caps keeps on getting worse and worse and we just keep on giving a more narcotics rather than what we are for which is to treat the cancer and make the cancer go away and make the pain go away it doesn't make a lot more sense if you have cancer eating through your bones would you rather of the cancer going away and the pain going away the just giving more and more narcotics which is what they did at the two biggest hospitals around town well finally this come here and he wants to get better.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And wake up and listen to that show to learn so much we know that you'll learn a lot and we know that by learning a lot you can pass on the information to others who hopefully will save their life for save their quality of life for their body by getting a fresh a second opinion what about a man he's a Reverend is a big church she's sixty nine years old is America's three children had to one of his sons is taking over the church with him and another sides of big a physician the New York area ten years ago the PSA of four point two police and seven and he had a radical surgery one of the big hospitals in New York and usually you're in after the surgery and then the PSA's been rising so again heather Gleason seven cancer one of the big hospitals and had surgery which interfered with his urinary control and it didn't cure him member the purpose of radical surgeries to cure the man was PSA has been rising ever since that radical surgery at that big hospital and then he was hit by another big urologist your offices surgeon operates the urinary system and do well the PSA cap on rising in the head no recommendations for treatment he wasn't told and this is a critical point and I'm not recommending surgery but if god forbid you had surgery and the PSA is rising from your prostate cancer you should come here as soon as possible because there's a second chance to try to cure the man and this man first wide surgery for Gleason seven cancer this big hospital every nose surgery success rate sixty percent our success rates ninety percent for Gleason seven cancer fifty percent better of his surgeons of his big hospital never told him there was such a big difference between surgical results and radiation results with doctor Lieberman that's why so many people come here or they know better and then there's surgeon cap on watching him as his PSA was rising and never gave him a chance to be cured never sent to me here for treatment pinpoint treatment of the prostate bed another big no no and that is primary doctors family doctors following the PSA the parent of the family doctor doesn't realize this rising PSA was a sign of the cancer coming back so the specialist who specializes in prostate cancer doesn't realize it the family doctor didn't realize it and then what is PSA got to twelve the cancer's spread and traveled yet metastatic cancer and he's on Lupron which is a hormone medicines are hormone medicine which takes away a man's testosterone libido erections causes weight gain hot flashes and blueprint work for a while the PSA cap on rising and rising anything yet chemo therapy and the chemotherapy didn't work either other treatments for prostate cancer the biggest hospitals New York dunes workers seeded tour through the biggest hospitals and that was in terrible pain in the bone scan showing widespread cancer had severe pain in the right leg and hip so much pain he couldn't sleep but I suspect these are very very stoic man who doesn't like to complain but he says he can't sleep because of the pain his pain in the shoulder pain in the hip he's taken some over the counter medicines his weight is one seventy three two years ago was one ninety three lost twenty pounds and most likely lost the twenty pounds because the cancer is just eating at his body and well I examined him we talked about all the options is the man's very level headed man in a loving wife and family and he just wants to get fatter and out of pain is that doctors of the biggest hospitals in New York if not whatever recommended him to come and get radiation or radiosurgery firs rising PSA after radical surgery a big no no no one ever sent him here for treatment even though I was in terrible pain and agony on narcotics you know narcotics don't treat the cancer the cancers cups growing in caps keeps on getting worse and worse and we just keep on giving a more narcotics rather than what we are for which is to treat the cancer and make the cancer go away and make the pain go away it doesn't make a lot more sense if you have cancer eating through your bones wouldn't you rather of the cancer going away and the pain going away than just giving more and more narcotics which is what they did at the two biggest hospitals around town well finally this come here and he wants to get better is loving life loving family and we spoke about all the options and we started treatment immediately rather waiting weeks and months and years which is what he was doing over there a way to do years ROZ cancer was growing back years were lost years were lost and had to come here when he was first diagnosed with Gleason seven cancer our success rate is ninety percent there's a sixty percent a big difference and then when this PSA rose after failed surgery he was never sent for a second chance a big no no there's lots of reasons to come here for a fresh second.

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In a civil manner that would be a lovely thing to see Latin what vision that left negative well we've been talking today with Greg Erlingsson who is director and editor in chief of captain news service about the upcoming U. S. Catholic bishops meeting that is going to be held right here in Baltimore November tenth through the fourteenth thanks so much for being with us today Greg most welcome yes and coming up after the break we're gonna learn about the upcoming mid Atlantic Congress which happened in early two thousand twenty you're listening to Catholic Baltimore Catholic news from the archdiocese of Baltimore and around the world with the Catholic reveal in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the priestly ordination of pope Francis archbishop William E. Lori and Curtis Catholics from throughout the arch dices to contribute to a special spiritual bouquet that the archbishop will present to the pope in December the spiritual bouquet will take the form of a book produced by the archdiocese of Baltimore that will include prayers and brief reflections from Catholics about the ways they their parishes schools and organizations live out the pope's priorities in the areas of evangelization welcoming the stranger building a culture of inclusion promoting the sanctity of all life protecting creation sharing god's mercy and forming holy priest archbishop Lori said he looks forward to bringing the prayers and support of god's people of the archdiocese of Baltimore as the pope celebrates this important milestone in his priestly ministry for more information and to make a contribution to the spiritual bouquet visit Archibald dot or he can fill a parking junior who service the Saint Bernard dean church in west Baltimore was so deep that it's fair Shaw came to bear his name died October twenty six at age ninety three a funeral mass was offered at the church November second deacon harken was among the first black men ordained to the permanent the act in it for the archdiocese of Baltimore in nineteen seventy three two years after its inaugural class had included deacon America's Roy deacon harken receipt that sacrament from bishop Joseph Goss men at St Gregory the great church where according to his funeral program he had been among the founders of the men's club.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The defensive triplets a growing trend in NFL team building yeah it looks like defensive linemen one linebacker in a a defensive back so number one his number one three some in the NFL the modern day in a row right now currently me and I don't think I'd argue with them too much Joey Bosa the Chargers Joey Bosa long as he's healthy Melvin Ingram inter when James who was just sensational as regular and you're looking at a second half or Joey Bosa that was really impressed he's great when he's been on the field Joey bosses been great Thurman James what what they get in with like the sixteenth pick the eighteen pick right Chris was raising yeah he fell yeah well I mean if he looks like he's going to be like a world beater really got the bears have to play the Chargers this guide through I think the Chargers yell a charge I said that the big go down the road or they go to they don't play and they go to Oakland which is I wanted so the Chargers are here with okay wonderful and we're gonna go to play the rams out there yes yes that's part of the first place schedule but I got your reaction the saints for first place finisher gotcha and so with the bears so that's his that's number one Bosa Ingram James bears a sim this year it's a hell of a threesome number two cowboys DaMarcus Lawrence Jaylen Smith and he's been a great story after the knee injury cyber that get out of your name yeah and then late mannerist reminds me I don't wanna go head over my skis here he reminds me of a young bride or lack I'm telling you all sure you know he he went to Boise state right or like I want to do that so I just like probably played with a certain degree of anonymity and and and and many in college yes I mean I don't really know Lleyton Vander ash I don't watch a ton of Boise state I did not either he just seems like an old school kind of throwback guy super athletic I don't know I he's good number three and that let's see the banners became hex Khalil Mack and the Jack right even though they say call mac is linebacker he plays more as a defensive lineman in that defense here they go for men from a rush the passer and it's like a live band right now it's a three four yeah where the lie back comes in to be the even from outside rushers of the number for the rams errant Donald of course Dante Fowler they pick the blaster in the trade yeah and then Marcus Peters and the number five Vic Fangio will be happy he gets to coach them studs filer Bradley job in Chris here lots of that I asked this question what is the all time all time all time three your goal of late morning the all time defensive three and my answer very be very careful when you take a look at my answer to your call wise I think it would have to be mean Joe Greene Mel blunt and Jack Lambert and unfortunately it's the same group that I came up with yes I couldn't get away everybody else has a whole I went to the Dallas Cowboys that we're done dominant I had Charles Bailey idea unders and then and then I didn't have anybody on the line that didn't have a kidney Norton junior was not a star although he was pretty good he wasn't a stud carm and I'm sorry doesn't raise with what the Pittsburgh Steelers from every day it does and and then I went with a year if you go to was San Francisco forty Niners but they added over an extended period of time right you know so you've got to have different people in that group I would too are the details I will I would the Buffalo Bills defensive back and like Yahoo is the defense of what to ray Lewis in the Baltimore Ravens yet ray Lewis you had had read but you didn't have the deep web dogs are all sides but how much was Suggs part of this for the first preacher well but there we didn't have to be part of a championship well I think he does why I I think you do got to be a part of the first one they want to write they did but you listen trust subs is been involved since three ed reed wasn't there for the second one I know but no I think you would you would be wise for did throughout the aughts it into the early teens how good at read ray Lewis since Ross subs where they were phenomenal together that threesome is up there with the Steelers I'm sergeant defense of vendors you jigidi again quality linebacker he's probably done ball just the idea that I may will call back right he's a rush linebacker Russia wine barriers you've got two linebackers you know if the defense of Lima the goose was a D. linemen Sam Adams was a defense of why you're nipping my career it is what it is I understand what it is but I'm just saying if we're going to be honest with each other the true the true essence of the thing was the Pittsburgh Steelers yeah a day there were the bad that any of the dolphins like the noni I mean any errors eighty five billion five bears which defensive back to utilize narrow Frasier Dan Hampton and which are still use Wilber Marshall for chart yes of course I use Richard dent Wilber Marshall okay you can't deny it's hundred 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what else to store captain today fifty years ago today what you know what happened what Pallo alive in lunch on this day in nineteen sixty nine so what I think two days from techno it took a long take four days to take summertime karmic it's four days to get to the moon so in four days will celebrate the moon the fiftieth anniversary the moon landing of course the dollar might tell you it never happened yeah some guys might yeah yeah but you guys might end seventy three two years ago today my mom was born in Croatia for July sixteenth of the damage is read each she was born so I went over by my mom had a Cup of coffee ace gave a couple storage pieces she made getting nails done whatever one wants get our hair done Smith says I love you like to blues right down the pipe light me Happy Birthday and moving out of the house of things back what is she have sold kids sold while and still be alive adduction docks across from red we will cross talk with the boys next on ESPN one thousand bites 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"seventy three two years" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"On. I can seventy three two years after his interview with studs terkel. We're not Robinson in the afro American patrolman's league Foued a landmark discrimination suit against the Chicago police department. The case went all the way to the US supreme court which ruled in favor of the patrol men's league. Not Robinson retired from the force nineteen Eighty-three. He still lives in Chicago. One of the things that may be really excited about listening to the rawal working tapes is at studs terkel is widely known as a great interviewer. And I wanted to hear his moves. I have to say at first it was disappointing in the tapes. It doesn't sound like a great interviewer doesn't ask any surprising creative questions. A lot of time. He's just reacting to what people are saying. But it's not reacting that makes him so good people who stud say he had a huge ego. But in these interviews, you can feel how much is focused on another human being in here. Him listening being totally in it. And of course, that is the simple corny secret interviewing just giving someone your full undivided attention. Our last story is about a New York press agent legendary for Corky publicity stunts for his clients. Any Jaffe was a small wiry man who loved to tell stories, and if you were to listen to the whole raw interview studs barely gets a word him say how many years been press erupted? Well, you know, I started thirty two years ago, and in the course of the years, I did everything from strippers to sink called roller derby hell on wheels from gangsters to Billy Graham, gangsters out you handle both. Yeah. But don't forget that I spent most of my life learning techniques that are no value anymore. Was it a client would come to me as I wanna be a scar? Get me a tension, and I made get her in life magazine today. She can call Carson show if she can get on there and get more attention than I could have gotten a year, and this has helped destroy press. Asian Rian, we do it. Well in these thirty years of being quite imaginative press agent who feel you've than meaningful work. Well. There was a physical kick out of seeing things you responsible for in the papers. But being a publicity man is a confession of weakness. In a way other words for people who don't have the guts to try to get attention for themselves. You spend your whole life telling the world how great somebody else's. And this is a frustrating thing. Your your imagination the ideas yet if you could have been used other way up share? I mean almost everybody I think looks back on their life and says I wasted it and being a prestige and gives you a far greater opportunity to do this that almost any other occupation. Eight. Eddie Jaffe interviewed by studs terkel in the early nineteen seventies. Jaffe died in two thousand three at the age of eighty nine his OBE it in the New York Times for to him as the last of a breed that do anything bucket nearing presage precedent? Do you? Hear more stories from the working tastes good. Our website radio diaries dot org. You can hear Stutz interviews with the private eye, a hotel, piano player jockey in many more. If you have our favorite stories from the working tapes are also featured on the new Kickstarter podcast. Just the beginning. Check it out on itunes or wherever you get your podcast or series. The working tapes was produced by me Joe Richmond along with. Jane Sachs, Nellie, Gillis and Sarah Kramer. Our editors are George Ben Shapiro special. Thanks to our producing partner, Jane Sachs and her organization project and also thanks to the studs terkel radio archive, F WFAN T and the history museum. We couldn't approve this series without support from the National Endowment for the humanities touchy foundation. And of course, none of this would be possible at all without studs book. It's truly one of my favorite books in the world. If you don't have a copy already, you should go get one. Redid areas is part of radio topa from Rex to hear all the radio shows, go to radio, topa dot FM. I'm Joe Richmond. Thanks for listening. Radio.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"You the guy for the rest of the room, you can pay for you can put your money where your mouth is and say, okay, fine. I'm gonna go. Head and spend twenty six dollars on Blad instead of the twenty two because I think you guys have been suckers for letting him go. And I'm gonna go ahead and take him at that route. And you see you see that ends up going for everybody. And that's what again, I prefer the auctions. It's just tough to auctions. There aren't it's I would say the format seems to be like the dying format. Everybody is so in the drafts, but I truly love the auction sucks. Missing my home league. And I've got this one this one that I have one more ale home auction. That's it's only two auctions this year. I've done six or seven drafts. Big man in the auction them. Yeah. I have let's see I have four auctions this year. Which means I have eighteen snake drafts. So in three of my three, my four auctions are slow auctions. So it's it's not what I do like this low auction format, especially if you can't get together with the people in person and kind of or set a time to do it online. But there's nothing like being at a table with a group of eleven other players, and and kind of, you know, fighting it out for players it just it's it's the if you've never played in an auction. Do yourself a favor five fine nine or eleven people and go play yourself action. Because it's a it's a whole lot of fun. It really is. I want to bring up some real quick about like categorical differences. I'm looking at AOL tout wars from two years ago last year right last year the team that won home Doug Dennis. Doug was in the league last year because he drafted for Steve. And that's why was in my head. I'm thinking Doug was new to league. But he's not obviously. But last year last year Doug's team one home runs with two hundred seventy three two years ago that would have been fourth place and last year Rick and Glenn the one the runs category with nine hundred seven that also would have been fourth-placed two years ago. So that's when we're talking about were the league is changing ERA last year was. Last year. Chris Lewis was area Champa three point two seven. And then that would have been running away the RA champ in two thousand seventeen three point eight one was the best TB are a strikeout. Thirteen seven last year and thirteen seven would have been second place in that year. But it's really comes down to you got to look not just at one year because if it bounces back up, you just kinda take that three year trend, but obviously with three year trend, you know, set sixteen seventeen heavily offense eighteen we saw that downshift. So it kind of balances out, but can't stress enough looking at that kind of history as you try to set what it takes to win your leak if you're if you're just looking to one year if you again get set like I need I need one seventy five home runs. Two hundred seventy five home runs would not have cut it two years ago would cut last year, but two years ago, you would have been well short it will that's one of the reasons why for auctions, especially. I didn't use when last year for the tout add points league because it's a points league in it's a little bit easier kind of figure out where you're at in appoints league overall as opposed to in a row league. But typically, I use some sort of draft software, and I highly recommend wrote a lab or wrote a wires drops off where you can really help you kind of gauge where you are in terms of each category of versus the other members of your lead. Frankly, and I don't I don't do an auction with that use it. I liked using the software because I have my notes things I always have my laptop with me wherever I'm aunt..

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Washington on this opening drive their big offense affronts a massive bodies. Upfront or created creases gasket is the right type of. Back to exploited those creases at the thirty eight of Utah. I doubt in ten huskies. They're in the the home team on the scoreboard got the purple jerseys. Gold pants and helmets running play off to the lab. Gaskin fights off a tackle down. He goes back a loss on the plate of a yard back to the thirty nine. And that was a ni- talked about him when we were giving it some of the key players on defense leads the pack. Twelve in sacks forty two tackles use a junior and playing some good football. And if you're Jake Browning this offensive line, you got really find it ni-, you gotta count on time to the running back champion get tight end line side because you drop back obvious passage. He's gonna find a way to get to the backfield hurt with bubble screen on second in twelve or they get to the wide receiver. It takes it for a few yards fuller and tackled at the thirty five yard line by chase Hanson. Dave we're gonna to call chase Hansen's name a lot. Tonight, fifth year senior this guy can play six positions used to be a quarterback. He could be a running back tight end linebacker. He is all over the feet. I originally is a quarterback at he's turned into a guy that with the player of the year the conference Becker curve. And of course, she's competition by backup through Washington, Washington. It's probably four downs here Bill because their place kicking less than average. They got third and seven the Utah. Thirty five out of the gun. Little swing pass to augment out the right, flat breaks, a tackle. At the thirty gets to the marker out of bounds on the far sideline. Ballard forced him out. That was savant the sophomore. And he was very big for this team. And they're closing drive to finish off the apple Cup a week ago. Nice swing pass out the flat. David and a first down. I was an eight minutes. Forty-seven second drive in Washington, even score. What they put the ball gave away the apple Cup a week ago. A guy like asking that was dignified season. He's back healthy, and he is dangerous. In open space so fresh set of downs. This is the twenty eleventh play this Dr. And a hand off. And this is gas looking left in much they're stopped at the twenty five got to chase Hanson. There's that name again and on the stop David mentioned Gaskins numbers. Thirteen hundred twenty yards back in two thousand fifteen thirteen seventy three two years ago last week put up thirteen eighty and this year just over a thousand coming into the game one thousand seventy six ten touchdowns, and he has been something special to beat Washington state t the playoff race gasket last week ran three hundred seventy yards in that game. Went over a thousand yards at the home run swing out the right flap. We're going to get it to gas. But that's good defense. And he has wrestled out about scoring Ballard. The senior out of Houston Texas was right there in the far flat far-right right side tackle, but the twenty three yard line. So now again, David we've got a third down long coming up for the huskies third down seven at the Twenty-three of Utah to the rock. Gasket went over a thousand guards a week ago. Was a whole was long touchdown, right? He's capable of doing at it again Bill even though they're excited the twenty five yard on a Utah. They may still be thinking doubts. That's how top expect for Henry there placed third out coming up. We'll call it. Six back to throw Browning little crossing route. The ball was intercepted dropped by alignment defensive lineman. I was dropped potentially here. Bill to we'll have to see how they rule it. That was Mika to fool brownies. Pretty sure a quarterback. I tried to sell it the brownies. Pretty sure that that ball hit the turf, we're going to get a look. On the TV replay from our friends at FOX televising this game. Hell there was back. He gets his hands up and a control it, and it looked like he's gonna make pick. I think that might have picnic Harris the center who got his hand in at the last second to break it up. Huskies will go on fourth down opening possession. First quarter. They need six at the Utah. Twenty-three? There's a slant Tipton batted away. Incomplete. Tried to jam it into Aaron fuller. And Jalen Johnson was there to knock it away. And Washington able to move downfield got close to the red zone. But they turned it over on downs. Good starting the game for that Utah defense. We've got a time out eight twenty to go in the first quarter, Utah nothing Washington nothing this while championship game on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by Dr Pepper..

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The exorcist steps in Washington DC soon become a historic landmark, mild friend. William Peter Blatty. Is upstairs. Now looking down on us keeping an eye on us. Eight John's FRANZ press reports the steep narrow flight of seventy five stone steps I think it may be seventy six I've counted in the US capital, Georgetown area are part of Hollywood legend and the exorcist priest falls to his death in one of the film's most memorable scenes, actually, two guys. Go down the steps. But father says the last now Washington so-called extra systemic could soon achieve historic landmark status. Every time you go by there. There are people taking pictures and people going up and down the steps tourists from around the world, not just around the country from all over the world Andrew huff, a self-proclaimed student of the horror genre is a huge fan of the exorcist which was released in one thousand nine hundred seventy three two years after the best seller of the same name by William Peter Blatty. Bill Blatty and Julie Blatty. Bill's wife now widow great friends of ours and came along on sea cruises with us among other things. Wonderful people had dinner over at their house with Justice Scalia among other people. In two thousand fifteen organized assault small ceremony attended by Blatty, my best girl, and I were there as well. A graduate of Georgetown, University and director William freakin went up plaque, noting this Mukhi staircases role in movie history was mounted we were there for that. That was fun. That was fun. Another talking about declaring a national landmark on my I.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The exorcist steps in Washington DC soon become a historic landmark, mild friend. William Peter Blatty. Who's upstairs now looking down on us keeping an eye on us. John's FRANZ press reports the steep Pinero flight of seventy five stone steps, I think it may be seventy six I'd counted in the US capital, Georgetown area are part of Hollywood legend and the exorcist priest falls to his death in one of the film's most memorable scenes, actually, two guys. Go down the steps. But father kera says the last now Washington so-called exorcist steps could soon achieve historic landmark status. Every time you go by there. There are people taking pictures and people going up and down the steps tourists from around the world not just around the country from all over the world. Andrew huff as self proclaimed students of the horror genre is a huge fan of the exorcist which was released in nineteen seventy three two years after the best seller of the same name by William Peter Blatty. Bill Blatty and Julie Blatty bill's wife now widow great friends of ours and came along on sea cruises with us among other things. Wonderful people had dinner over at their house with Justice Scalia among other people. In two thousand fifteen organized assault small ceremony attended by Blatty, my best girl, and I were there as well. A graduate of Georgetown, University and director William freakin went up plaque, noting the spooky staircases role in movie history was mounted. We were there for that. That was fun. That was fun. Another talking about declaring a national landmark. I have a.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"On tonight dabbling with the pera momal but here's what up while my first sunday in october october first was a tragic loss vigor's shooting the now we have another one the sworn in texas near san antonio at least twenty six people killed twenty wounded in texas after young gunmen dressed in tactical gear opened fire at a churchyard shot of san antonio on sunday multiple show sources have not will dinovite the gunman as a 26yearold devon patrick kelly i'll talk about human the moment the mass shooting unfolded about eleven thirty a m there at the first baptist church of sutherland springs which is about thirty miles south the san antonio investigators said that at a news conference the victims ranged in age from five years old to seventy three two years old one official said about twenty people were hospitalized with injuries ranging from minder to very severe now the gunman suspected of opening fire with that church in texas as i just mentioned a done a fight is a 26yearold devon patrick kellie kellie according to officials killed at least twenty six people wounded twenty others after he unleashed a hail of bullets and the first baptist church there in supplement springs the deadliest church shooting in modern us history we seem to be making records all the time the gunman previously served in the us air force kelly served out the haldeman air force base in new mexico go from two thousand ten until his discharge in two thousand fourteen it was not a friend reduced george he was court martialled in two thousand twelve for assaulting his wife finish child kelly received the bad conduct discharge from the air force in addition a confinement for twelve months and was reduced in rank kelly worked as a secure guard for texas water park this past summer this rush suspect who is believed to be from the suburbs outside of san antonio and armed nearby resident or if he died from a selfinflicted wound dr john curtis online calmly start com will be the first which have with about this tragedy yom continues the happen time and time again dan i i just don't know what to say there are i on.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tonight dabbling with a paranormal but here's what's happening while my first sunday in october october first was a tragic las vegas shooting the now we have another one the sworn in texas near san antonio least twenty six people killed twenty wounded in texas after young gunmen dressed in tactical gear opened fire at a church out of san antonio on sunday multiple sources judge abdullahi dinovite the gunman as a 26yearold devon patrick kelly i'll talk about human the moment the mass shooting unfolded about eleven thirty a m there at the first baptist church of sutherland springs which is about thirty miles southeast the san antonio investigator said that at a news conference the victims ranged in age from five years old the seventy three two years old one official said about twenty people were hospitalized with injuries ranging from minder to very severe now the gunman suspected of opening fire with that church in texas as i just mentioned identified as a 26yearold devon patrick kellie kellie according to officials killed at least twentysix people wounded twenty others after he unleashed a hail of bullets and the first baptist church there in southern springs the deadliest church shooting in modern us history we seem to be making records all the time the gunman previously served in the us air force kelly served out the hollomon air force base in new mexico from two thousand ten until his discharge in two thousand fourteen it was not a friendly discharge he was court martialled in two thousand twelve for assaulting his wife finished child kelly received the bad conduct discharge from the air force in addition a confinement for twelve months and was reduced in rank kelly worked as a security guard for texas water park this past summer the spa suspect who is believed to be from the suburbs outside of san antonio was found dead in his car after he sped away from the scene of the shooting today officials said it remained unclear still whether he was shot dead white police and armed nearby resident or if he died from a show alphand flick did warn dr john curtis online calmly start com will be the first which have with about this tragedy yawn discontinues the.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With a paranormal but here's what cha japanese while my first sunday in october october first was a tragic loss vegas shooting the now we have another one this one in texas near san antonio at least twenty six people killed twenty wounded in texas after young gunmen dressed in tactical gear opened fire at a churchyard shot of shin antonio on sunday multiple sources have not with dinovite the gunman as a 26yearold devon patrick kelly i'll talk about him in a moment the mass shooting unfold with about eleven thirty a m there at the first baptist church of sutherland springs which is about thirty miles south east the san antonio investigators said that at a news conference the victims ranged in age from five years old to seventy three two years old one official said about twenty people were hospitalized with injuries ranging from minder to very severe now the gunman suspected of opening fire with that church in texas as i just mentioned identified as a 26yearold devon patrick kellie kellie according to officials killed at least twenty six people wounded twenty others after he unleashed a hail of bullets and the first baptist church there in southern springs the deadliest church shooting in modern us history which seemed to be making records all the time the government previously served in the us air force kelly served out the hollomon air force base in new mexico from two thousand can until his discharge in two thousand fourteen it was not a friend reduce charge he was court martialled in two thousand twelve for assaulting his wife in his child kelly received the bad conduct discharge from the air force in addition a confinement for twelve months and was reduced in rank kelly worked as a security guard for texas water or park this past summer this rush suspect who is believed to be from the suburbs outside of san antonio was found dead in his car after he sped away from the scene of the shooting today officials said it remained unclear still whether he was shot dead white police and armed nearby resident or if he died from a selfinflicted wh on dr john curtis online calmly start com will be the first which have with about this tragedy beyond this continues to happen time and time again i i just don't know what to say there are no i mean in a.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"To make matters worse these men had signed up for enlistment terms that were going to end with the new year and now it was december without a hope of success for the american 'cause these soldiers would surely go home leaving the army severely understaffed old george washington was in dire need a victory and the eyes and spirits of the american republic were on the graceful 6foot2inch tall general from virginia but now people began to whisper perhaps george washington is not the right man to lead the american army what experienced as you really have sure he was a dashing soldier for the british army and he had been during the french in indian more but he had not been involved with the military for nearly fifteen years by the time the thirteen colonies decided to separate themselves from great britain and the king still when an american army was officially created the continental congress believed in washington's potential so greatly they chose to put him in charge as we all know this would prove to be a wise decision but at the time not everyone was completely sure that washington was destined to be the icon he has become today while many whispered others began to voice their doubts about george quite loudly can you believe it people doubted george washington the man and all the paintings on your dollar bills and whose name graces our capital city perhaps the loudest doubter was a canine loving man who always travelled with a pack of dogs charles lee lake george washington lee was once a british officer unlike washington he served the king of england both on american soil and throughout europe and he only permanently move to america and seventeen seventy three two years before the american revolution began to take shape when the war broke out he volunteered is service for the american rebels because of his resume and credentials which were very very good he also fully expected to be the man in charge of the american army and he was eager to strut his stuff.

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"seventy three two years" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

Dark Matter Digital

03:12 min | 5 years ago

"seventy three two years" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

"Some of the bender neighbor's claim the job think a were not brother and sister but actually has been watt in may of nineteen seventy won the body of a man named jones you had his skull crushed just broke but was discovered in drum creek the owner of the drum creek claimed that was suspected but no action was taken in february of eighteen seventy two the bodies a two man were found to have the same injury says jones i d seventy three reports of missing people to pass area have become so calm and the travelers begin to avoid the trey all the area was already widely known for horse and villains and bid to lift the vigilance committees often a rested some produce appearances only for them to later bay released by the authorities many honest man under suspicion were also run out of the country all these committees so we got the basis for some problems here and then in the first couple paragraphs of our with the pdo article will shift now two i try judged in a five two of the victims before we look at newspaper so the thomas up red from the previous show there is actually a connection too little hosmer purdy and now says his brief ow recount but again the end goals family made famous in the books of television series little house with the purdy live near independence and lara in goals walter mentioned the bender family in her riding and speeches in nineteen thirty seven she gave the speed to book ferrer which was later trends grabbed imprinted the september not the seventy eight saturday evening post and in the nineteen eighty eight book a little our sample work she mentioned stopping up but in as well as recounting the rumors of a murderer spreading through their community she alicia their father paul angles join in a vigil lefty hot for the killers and when he spoke of later searches for them she recalled as such towns always said the strange tonal finality they will never be found they were never found and later the former own conclusions one some of cast doubt on the story saying that laura would have only been four years old when a family moved away from the area and that the bender's were exposed in nineteen seventy three two years after the ingles left so a number of victims here in eighteen sixteen now we have jokes hours he was found with a curse goal and throw cut but not believed to be a bender family victim no idea may eighty seven one mr jones also the name of accounting crow song a body found in drummond creek with a crushed goal and broke cut when tour of eighteen seventy wanted to sunni tear to an odd in a five men found on the prairie in february eighty seventy two was crushed goals and there throats cut.

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