36 Burst results for "Seventy Two M"

How Legendary Runner Jim Ryun Navigated Being Tripped in the 1972 Olympics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 1 d ago

How Legendary Runner Jim Ryun Navigated Being Tripped in the 1972 Olympics

"Year you experienced something very strange. You were tripped where you not when you were running the fifteen was tell us about any opening around in the opening round of competition. That shouldn't have been in that round. Listen to destroy to take a while. We won't go there. I was tripped by an athlete. I felt i got back up. I did not finish fast enough to go to the next round of competition and i had just become a christian in may of nineteen seventy two so for me. This was a moment where i was going to have to trust god. And forget what to do next and it was difficult because there were filmed showing that i was fouled. The officials simply took the position of after. I met with them and they looked at everything. Well it's unclear whether you a trip to whatever but if you come back in four years and try again and eric. What i wanna to do is reach out to. The guy didn't have a black tie with spots on it like yours. How wanted reach out and grab him and beat on him a little bit so he could feel some of the pain. I was feeling. But by the grace of god i did not and i'm so thankful because that was part of the growth has a christian i needed to learn how to handle those situations even though it was totally unfair. First round of competition in fact on the next olympic if he had an athletic such as myself that fell early on they would advantage the next

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Fresh update on "seventy two m" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:39 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seventy two m" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Free completely. How old are you guys. I'm forty nine cheese. I'm fifty two all right here. Condition will not say that number and let her. When we started dating i was eighteen. He was fifteen that works. Excellent you guys. What's this house worth about. Two hundred twenty five thousand exxon. Wow you've been doing this stuff for eight years longer than that. We actually started in two thousand ten. We were here in two thousand twelve and signed the wall. That's around the corner and pay it off. Thirty six thousand one hundred and seventy two dollars then and then started baby. Step three b. So you're on the original debt free wall that was beside the studio right in the middle on them. We cut the drywall out and moved it around. Mater to display round on the corner from the hallway found your signature cool and that was twenty twelve. Twenty twelve gosh almost ten years ago. Yeah wow you guys. This is amazing. How's it feel it still days is not real you know and But it is so much more freedom and you didn't realize how heavy that burden was you know until you started making a plan to get rid of it. Yeah and and now let's go. Have you had the first month where there's no mortgage payment. Yeah we we pay it off at the end of march so we've had a couple months of payments and and i'm the one that usually balanced.

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Route 66, the Mother Road

The Kitchen Sisters Present

02:19 min | 2 d ago

Route 66, the Mother Road

"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.

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Swanson’s Slam Powers Braves Over Phillies 7–2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Swanson’s Slam Powers Braves Over Phillies 7–2

"The Braves rolled past the Phillies seventy two was Dansby Swanson hit his first career grand slam an early Dorsey added a solo shot Swanson was in an old for fourteen slump before his blast Charlie Morton is nine and four after allowing two earned runs while striking out eight over six innings Morton has gone six or more innings in six of his last seven starts posting a two point four oh ERA during that stretch Atlanta did most of its offensive damage against Phillies starter Matt Moore allowed six earned runs in six innings the two teams are tied for second in the NL east four games behind the idle Mets I'm Dave Ferrie

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Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

NFL Live

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

"Taylor moton. The panthers offensive tackle agreed to four year. Seventy two million dollar contract that included forty three million dollars at sony. And so he becomes. We believe the only franchise tag player to get a deal done before. Today's deadline now. Keeping months and other franchise deals did go on alert this season. The giants gave leonard williams of big extension. The broncos gave justin simmons of big extension but on the last day the franchise players can sign long-term extensions. This season taylor. Moton appears to be the only one that got a deal on matt. Rhule's of big taylor moton fan and it was evident in the type of deal that they gave him today. A big deal for young offensive

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Defining Holistic Medicine and Its Benefits With Dr. Shealy and Dr. Sorin

Merkaba Chakras

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Defining Holistic Medicine and Its Benefits With Dr. Shealy and Dr. Sorin

"Back up a little bit and explain to people what is holistic medicine. Because they know regular medicine they can go and see the doctor at the clinic or the hospital but what is holistic medicine for mines is putting by mine and so together in other words to me a so in carnets foreign experience but we have a basic physical need to survive. You know. you've gotta have air water shelter nurturing kind of thing but we have things to do but at the so level we are in touch with god and the divine in what got left out of medicine. Three hundred years ago was the so and to me. It was psychology as well. But unfortunately i why did they leave out that element of spirit. That you've spirit out of medicine is no. Why would you make decisions like that. I think it was good any But interestingly i've never had any doubt that i am a spirit old. Yeah everybody knows that and So in in seventy two. I discovered technique co owner jerry training it had been around since nineteen twelve twenty. Six hundred references is on it. When i learned it but i suddenly start duties with my chronic pain patients. All of a sudden that took over it was so important and how i helped to heal patients that in nineteen seventy four went back to get a phd ecology. Woo at. I'm wanna say not a conventional Program with the program will saybrook. University is humanistic. Psychology humanistic psychology. Actually is is really related to being humid related to avenue spirit. It is the the sacred if you will carter psychology As i i learned that i can take unto training in changing into all kinds of things are now we have sixty eight. Different mental exercises retraining the

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The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

"Why do some people get depressed under stress but not others. Many people have taken a stab at this question. But in two thousand and three psychologists abshalom caspi came upon a particularly eloquent answer. He and a team of researchers have been following a cohort of babies born in dunedin new zealand around nineteen seventy two. You may know it. As the dunedin multidisciplinary health and development study the one thousand and thirty seven children that took part in it have given us around three hundred papers on everything from heart disease to adhd but mainly. The study has focused on how the environment shapes a child's physical and mental health for years to come by the time of two thousand and three the human genome had just been mapped and talked to cassie was able to test. How a certain gene interacted with the environment to shape the development of depression that jane was the serotonin transporter gene also known as five. Hdtv slc success. Four or the cert. Gene we'll call it cert- in this podcast. The gene codes for the serotonin transporter which is a name. Implies helps transport serotonin back into the neuron. In the brain the gene comes in two major illegals a forms the short arm or esa salil and the long arm or l. Lille technically there is a third a some people have one of each eleo one s and one l. After dr caspi study they search. Jane would go on to be known as the gene for depression. but that's not exactly what he found dada caspi began by making a simple graph with all the data. He had gathered from the new zealanders on the bottom x. Xi's was a number of major life. Stressors they had been between h twenty one and twenty six and on the top. Y axis was the number of depressive. They endorsed when they were last interviewed at age. Twenty six as expected as the number of life stresses went up so did the number of depressive symptoms and the chance of a depressed episode an chance of a suicide attempt. Nothing surprising there. But then he split the sample into those with the short arm. S s cert- elliott and those with an long arm. The result was striking for people who experience no major stressors in their early twenties. The two groups had this same level of depression but as the number of stressors went up the level of depression worse too but only in the short arm s group. The long arms were unmoving. The level of depression did not rise even after four stressors. And we're not talking about everyday stressors like losing your wallet. These were big ones like getting fired from a job. Death of apparent becoming homeless

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Fifty Years in the 'Baccer Field

Bear Grease

01:57 min | Last month

Fifty Years in the 'Baccer Field

"An issue little k- betray here. You see that retire Forty fad When i won't say do enslow one. Ats would when you make a rash waller. So i know. I've had four people didn't heed do you ever did you ever grow. Tobacco did what did you do. The backer i growed barely in and i grow feels really. You grew commercial. Yeah yeah i. That's what i'd done farming besides my tobacco. That's the voice of mr roy. Clark not to be confused with the roy clark from the show he hall this. Roy clark lives in county in eastern tennessee in the heart of the smoky mountains which is arranged inside appalachian range east of his front porch. You can see. The high ridge line border of north carolina into the north. You'll hear the intermittent sound and muffled barks of his hounds. I've never seen mr roy. Not wear overalls. It seems he has an everyday pair and is going out pair. The ladder looking sharp in new. Mr roy looks like he could be from ireland in his younger years. His hair was red. But now it's faded shade of grey and white he seventy two old and he's living relic of times past. And you have to take my word for this. He's a bear hunter amongst bear hunters. He's dedicated his life to raising training and hunting bear hounds. He has a rich history with the american plot. Hound a breed of big game. Dog endemic to the appalachians.

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PRO TALK With Sustainable Builder Jacob Racusin

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

PRO TALK With Sustainable Builder Jacob Racusin

"Jacob. Thanks a million for being on the show. It's a pleasure to talk to you. Thanks for having me. So i learned about your company. Originally from your colleague as mma carlton and i talked to him an episodes to seventy and to seventy two. We talked about your business among other things but for folks who didn't hear it. Can you please explain. The new frameworks business model. And you have a unique company structure right. Yes we're we're worker owned cooperatives directly structured as an llc for those that get into the business side of things there but yeah essentially we are. We don't have any employees. We are all co owners. There's two tiers of ownership folks enter in his trial members. And then after you've been with the company Period of time and buttons with certain level. The new i could become a full full owner and Yeah lots of details in there. But essentially the structure of the business structure is such that everybody is is an owner that tiered ownership structure culturally that sense of ownership and collective ownership is is huge. I think that's where it's Experiencing lived his how that informs our culture and folks individual buy ins or collective identity around the success of the success of the group jacob. How how did you all learn or was it you who learned about this business model and what made you want to share the wealth with your colleagues instead of keeping it. Yeah it's a great question it's been why can't take that much credit one of the original members and so you know certainly a long long for the journey since the gecko. But i'd say ace has definitely been holding. The torch in terms of the identity is the identity around that is the business model. The original members really felt it was. It was the best way for us to achieve. Our goals may think just to be the most direct around it. I know i. I feel like i can comfortably speak for all the same that none of us really had the intention of being business owner sending. We have all various levels of entrepreneurship entrepreneur. nature some of us more so than others. But none of us really interested in owning accompany owning it individually That just wasn't really. This wasn't in our identity. Ethos other individually or as a group ends of the cooperative structure gave us the best honest. Just the best model for us to bring in really good people and work

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Renfroe Homers Twice, Red Sox Rally to Beat Royals 6-5

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Renfroe Homers Twice, Red Sox Rally to Beat Royals 6-5

"Hunter Renfroe homered twice including a tiebreaking solo shot in the sixth inning of the red Sox six five victory over the Royals Renfro had a two run shot in the fourth is Boston came back after falling behind five one we knew that we were in a good situation moving forward after a few homers were hit in and out we liked where pigeons were pitchers were throwing the ball in and out which kept it ran for was sitting two seventy two with ten home runs and forty RBIs in sixty eight games he K. Hernandez led off the bottom of the first with a home run for the second straight game helping the red Sox win their fourth in a row Bobby Dalbec also homered the red Sox are a season high seventeen games over five hundred and lead the AL east by one game over Tampa Bay I'm Dave Ferrie

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English Wins Travelers, Beating Hickok in 8-Hole Playoff

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

English Wins Travelers, Beating Hickok in 8-Hole Playoff

"Thirty one year old Harris English has won the travelers championship eventually over time twenty nine year old Texan Kramer Hickok lead with a birdie on the eighth extra hole to claim victory the two and tied in regulation play at thirteen under both splitting the seventy second hole to force a dramatic playoff which tied for the second longest in PGA tour history it was a second win for Harris this season making him the fifth multiple winner on tour this year and it took his career wins to fall I'm Graham I gots

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Jokic, Antetokounmpo Among All-NBA First Team

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Jokic, Antetokounmpo Among All-NBA First Team

"Reigning MVP the Cali okay just among the list of players named to the all NBA first team the nuggets center averaged twenty six point four points ten point eight rebounds in eight point three assists in seventy two games during the regular season he also averaged twenty nine point eight points as Denver advance to the Western Conference finals before getting swept by Phoenix Bucks for Janice intend to Cooper was unanimous first team selection he in your culture joined on the first team by warriors guard Steph curry Mavericks guard Luka Doncic your clippers forward Kawhi Leonard I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats

WSJ The Future of Everything

02:04 min | Last month

Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats

"Traditional sailing. Races can conjure up stayed images of white cotton sales and shiny polished teak but over the last decade modern racing yachts have turned the cop into an extreme sport. They have these wing like sales that are the size of jumbo jet wings and they tip or heel as it's called in sailing what looks like impossible angles towards the water nowadays. The huge yachts actually lift up out of the water and seemed to fly on things called hydrofoils ripping down with both boats up on the blood. An amazing start to this court. Shrink hydrofoils like underwater wing. I mean just like the wing of an airplane that sticks out to either side mounted on a stick that comes down below the boat and then as the boat goes faster the the wing generates lift in it picks. The boat up hydrofoils were first introduced. Officially in the america's cup in two thousand thirteen. With the ac seventy two class. That's the name of the boat design used in that race. Hydra foiling sailboats. Kinko twice the speed of traditional votes attack from oracle team. usa potentially another dip from emirates team new zealand. Both it has to give way over forty five nights or over fifty miles an hour and You know sort of on the edge of control not only sailing the boat and keeping it stable but also structurally. The boats are very challenging. This technology itself is new but it has been transformative for the race and it's inspiring naval architects and maritime enthusiasts who are drawn to the speed and efficiency of these hydrofoils. Now summer considering how this hydrofoil technology could reimagined more than just a sailboat race. We realized got something very special so went about trying to use that technology to try and tackle the climate crisis

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Making a Home on the Moon

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:53 min | Last month

Making a Home on the Moon

"All right. Hello everyone it is. Twenty twenty and luca. And i are on board the international space station. We have a to video cameras. Astronaut drew morgan is floating between parachutes and seats. The space season is so crammed with stuff that it seems like even his camera is having trouble fitting in directly outside his capsule just a few feet away and also floating around is his crewmate. Luca parmigiano the two were giving viewers a tour of the international space station the iss on the other end. There is luga. And he's in the on the living module the habitation module of the soyuz. Go ahead luton's coordi- action. I agree with that yeah. The iss is bigger than you might imagine. It's about the size of a six bedroom house gear. There are two crew borders back here on either side. There's a table here happenings together. We have at this is dr. Morgan is now back on her. After a two hundred and seventy two day. Stay on the iss in some ways. Now that i'm back on earth it feels like a blur while it was up there and i was passing my sixth seventh eighth month on board. It definitely at time did feel like i have just lived there all my life. Nick constant work including more than seven spacewalks. meaning you leave the spacecraft and go out into the void. It sounds exhilarating. But morgan says parts of the experience actually become kind of rain and part of that is the environment of being enclosed in the same setting all the time around the same people and the routine every day like groundhog day and in many ways you know it tends to make it very difficult to distinguish one day from another

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Nikola Jokic Becomes Lowest Draft Pick Ever To Win MVP Award

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Nikola Jokic Becomes Lowest Draft Pick Ever To Win MVP Award

"Nuggets center Nikola yoke which was by far the lowest draft pick to be named the league's MVP chosen forty first by Denver in twenty fourteen the native of Serbia is also the first player in franchise history to win the award unassuming off the court your kids let his play do the talking he averaged twenty six point four points a game along with eight point three assists and ten point eight rebounds in a seventy two game season he led the league with sixty eight double doubles Bruce Morton Denver

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Hands from $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:18 min | 2 months ago

Hands from $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

"We'll just jump right into it then a and that actually. This had got reviewed poker power on wednesday and there are a lot of Differing opinions. On what i should what people thought i should be doing So go flip it back to you and see what what you have to say. Hand starts with me opening the cutoff at five. Ted nolan that with pocket. Jacks the button only have two hands on him but appears to be fish. Flat the button and the big blinds. Who i'm guessing as a also don't have too many hands on him also calls we go to a nine four deuce two-tone flop the big blind checks off again. I pocket i check. I'm going to be checking range. Multi way Especially on a board. Like this. I think and then the fish on the button. That's forty dollars in to seventy to fifty the reagan the big blind raises to one hundred and ten dollars and i was pretty lost what to do facing the check. Raise with an repair multi. Yes so when we were looking at this hand before in the run through. I think that in game you were not clear as to whether or not the button was a fish because they do have mostly full stack. My intuition told me kinda straight away before you even described anything about the hand that the button was a fish because they had nine eighty in their stack. The blinds go through. That would be ninety nine hundred five. I got the feeling that they were fish. But then when they bet forty into seventy two on the flop. I think that kind of confirms that there a weaker player in the pool. Because i don't think that's sizing should like be thing. Whatever it is that they. I don't even know. What percentage that is that they chose to bet they're a little bit more than fifty percent so yeah like basically the button who is a fish. That's about sixty percent and the big line to looks to be a rag and intuitively. I would imagine they are oreg check raises less than three x here here than the actions back on us with our jackson. Nine four two hearts so my first inclination here is to bet three bet or not bad three bed. Check three bet. And that's for a few reasons number one. The buttons forty dollar bet because that designates them a fish. I have to imagine that the big blind wants to raise choose a larger sizing with their sets and their value. So that kind of small check raise from forty to one. Ten makes me believe that like they could be doing this fairly wide. They don't necessarily just have to have like sets or even like a street as five of heart type hands. They could be doing this with like top pair just as protection. They'd be doing this with just whatever they could check raised with like jackson diamonds. Trying to run a multi street bluff. I guess again objective diamonds. We got jack of diamonds. But you see my point right like basically some sort of back doors type type hand and the reason that i want to put more money in the pot now Kind of smallish around two thirty five ish to thirty by my go-to would be like to thirty four. But i can't tell you why secret proprietary information is to thirty four but because i think the check razor doesn't necessarily have sets here all the time like they've got an expanded wider range than that we can check raise against them just fine. I don't wanna flat because we flat that gives the button a great opportunity to call and realize equity getting just an amazing price. I think at that point if we flat. There's like three thirty in the pot. They've got the call seventy two win three thirty so they're getting like close to five to one and our hand does need some kind of

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Voice of Disney's 'Sebastian the Crab' Dies at Age 72

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Voice of Disney's 'Sebastian the Crab' Dies at Age 72

"Sinewy right the Tony nominated actor famous is the voice of Sebastian the crab has died really right had an acting career spanning five decades after moving to New York he made his name on Broadway replacing Ben Farina and Pippen it was an original cast member of Jesus Christ Superstar in the nineteen seventies right played the purple grape in the fruit of the loom commercials right on only a dollar he played chronic wanted on from Disney's dinosaur but was best known as Sebastian the crab in Disney's little mermaid and won a Grammy for Best Original Song in may two thousand interview Wright said he enjoyed speaking for Disney characters I'm in seventh heaven and I don't and I know it sounds like all he's just giving us the press the you know the old sound bite no really really this is what I've always wanted to do one of Wright's daughters D. Kelly wrote on Facebook my beautiful strong loving Daddy is off to his next adventure right was seventy two according to his family he died Monday in New York after a three year bout with prostate cancer I'm Jennifer king

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"seventy two m" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Back baseball family. So we're going to get into the world series You know I said at the beginning of the season there were a couple of things I wanted to see this year in world series was one of 'em because it meant we got through a successful season and. I felt like we did we had two big with outbreaks across the League had one in the one of the eastern divisions really which is what the Marlins and one of the central with cardinals. Really. But other than that may only be Major League baseball pretty darn good job again. Through the season healthy and getting to the world series, which is what matters. So what we wanted to see, so I'm excited to be here and by here I mean, still in my house in. Where they're pulling the world series. Because it's going to be the neutral site at life park where the Texas Rangers play. They were safe putting it there because Rangers weren't GonNa, make the world series and they had this big stadium they've got to introduce people to and they're letting fans in and it's going to be glorious. It's going to be an amazing event. But one thing that's different from the. Championship series into the world series. There's actually going to be days off. It's not going to be seven days straight and I, think that will be good for both teams because I've. Honestly Brig I thought with no days off in the AFC S I was like. I wouldn't be surprised the astros came back and won this. The do not have a day to come back and. Like a regroup. Yeah. Day You know a day off 'cause I think if there'd been a day off in the Al Cs that game that series would've over in six games. We're no days off. You know that they went seven and then finally the race came through, but there's going to be days off. So it's going to be like a regularly scheduled world series I. It's going to be good for both teams and I think we'll get a better series because of it. One hundred percent agree with you. But I will also say that all of the series leading up to this, they had no brakes are better than they've ever been. It's true though like you said, those were two of the best championship series we've ever seen. Yeah. At least I can remember seeing like.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Said Casey I gotta be honest with you. I've gained thousands I found that dynamic super interesting, because they're saying the same things I guess because of her standing a little bit, or maybe just a little bit more careful is playing a little safer yet. She's suffering the promotional penalty. A hell of a lot more than Jason is belt. Why is that? Is it fairly? Because, Jason is bills more critical darling, even though case he's got a bunch of critical acclaim is because she's letting people down. Whereas those people that feel, let down by Casey Musk's weren't ever in on Jason Isabel to begin with. Yeah, I think there's a little bit of that like Casey's fan base is a lot like a cake like there's the critical element of it. That is the icing on it. And then the majority of her cake has gotten very tall. It's A. A multi layered cake with a lot of different fans. What's happened is when you when you expand like that. You have these fringe fans all over the place. It's those fringe fans that are going away. So you have to make a conscious decision because you're right, I think one of the reasons did not even on ESPN, radio, resonated with conversation around the confederate flag NASCAR is because to be real I've stood on stage massive festivals with fifty thousand people who looked out. Out and seeing twenty of them and I've had the debate you know and I said this is somebody on air. Last week there was trying to debate me about my lack of understanding of what the confederate flag means I. I've had that debate was smarter. People than that caller was on tour buses, time and time again like I understand what it means culturally to an entire group of people that don't understand why culturally me something else to other people i. you know so. So for for Casey the minute you get into I I would say like this massive fair and festival season, and that's like the easiest way to describe it when you can spend a summer playing country, thunder in Arizona, and then country thunder in Wisconsin, and then you're gonNA. Go play stage, which is on the same grounds as coach alerts just a week later, and you're playing all these, but you're playing. These massive fifty thousand people are are in this one field festival. Festival when you've gotten to that level you just you have a lot of fans that have a certain set of beliefs in the weed thing about country music fans in general, is it? They invest so hard into the acts that they the first day I played for Phil Somebody came up afterwards and said you're going to see a lot. This is my hundred and something Phil Vassar show and I'm like you're kidding me right like when I was with the band I'll never. Never Forget. We were in Ireland, and like we were walking up to the club that we were playing in Ireland, which was next door to the club. Imagine dragons was playing the same night right now we walk the club and they were like half a dozen teenage girls. It had seen our show like forty times, and they took mom and dad's money and went to Ireland like country fans invest right, and that's what makes a great, but the minute that you say. Say something that doesn't align with what they think. You should have said it can get really hairy, and that sort of the boat that Casey finds herself said I think finds himself in this position, and he's seems sort of torture just an interviews that you hear and types of music that he he attempts experiments some for the John Mara that he's in is Eric Church. I mean when they came out with that Song Jason Aldean Luke Bryan Church, where on it was. was like a three horsemen of the new country apocalypse. You gotTA SORTA. Pick one. It's sort of like Christine. Aguilera or Britney. You're either Luke, Ryan, Jason, Al Dean or Eric Church, and it seems as though like Jason. ALDEAN's sort of the Middle Ground Eric's on one side of the spectrum. And then you have total pop megastar. Luke Bryan who's to his credit I've seen. Lebron, concert a bunch of times vocally. Let's say it took the under on the national anthem, but Gomer pyle when he thinks that sounds like. But. He does tiger per, and he shakes hips and you get invested. That good genes I did the same thing. What position are they in because when I listen to Eric's music, he sorta seems frustrated by the situation he's in because I, know his aspirations, but he also has these mega hit country songs. These crossover hits that springsteen record was huge. What do you make of a position? A guy like that is in. Thank for Eric like it reminds me a lot of conversations about athlete sticky drafted later than they think like. Basically nobody wanted anything to do with Eric in the beginning, so he turned around and looked at Nashville and set up years. I'm going to do it my way and he did it and it's rare. It's rare to have an artist. Get Out of the system and come up and make it because Nashville is at its core. A GO board I get people always ask me. How do I get a record deal in Nashville? In my honest answer to that whether you? WanNa Gig a record deal. Is You move to town and you start getting years of people like I I don't. Don't think people really like for me I never once got a recommendation for a Gig I. Never auditioned for a Gig every everything I ever got from Gig. Came from a recommendation from somebody that knew me and many of them had never heard me play, but we were buddies, and everybody says I'm good, so it must be good. You gotTa be good to keep the seat, but it's a relationship now and so. Eric was never really fully. He never felt accepted. Then he went off the built this whole thing that everybody fell in love with, but I think that ship is still. Still on his shoulder, and then you start thinking about what it's like. Artists are just like athletes. They start looking around and they're like well. Why is this guy doing this and we're not getting this. And why is this guy getting an? It's like so many common stories you hear. Nashville are about artists. A that is risen quickly, but he thinks he should be touring. You know he's GonNa. Be headlining arenas, and everybody wants them to be the support act and wait. You're going to make me play forty minutes on that set. I should get forty five minutes and like Eagle becomes. Becomes, such a big thing and I think for Eric because he never felt accepted. He's come into the entire system with a chip on his shoulder. And now whatever acceptance you gets, I'm still not sure that he feels in love with so much of the national community, and so it's just like there's a weird divide form, but I get it because he wanted to do his thing. Everybody thought he couldn't he did it. He was right like he wants to come in. And have everybody finally acknowledged like. Hey, you should be a superstar. It also seems like he's kind of going. Going out of his way understanding the whole chief persona, and he really blew up massively and then for his next step, it comes out with outsiders as a totally different direction sonically, and maybe a lot of those fans are like no do springsteen were left a little disappointed. That seemed like a conscious decision on his part. Sure, and that's the hard part like I don't know can. I won't pretend to know Kenny Chesney at all, but we have enough mutual friends. In one. One of our mutual friend, said a couple of years ago. Like Kenny's tired to impeach songs as we are. Are, tired of hearing them right, and there's this moment where you realize at some point like I said earlier. No matter how much success you have, there's a label that comes in and sort of dictates a lot of your direction now. Some people WANNA fight to be free of that, but I I would argue especially in the mail on the male side of it. You can describe most successful country acts by a character statements. You can say oh, he's the. He's the eighties rock country. I'll chase now. The He's the ARACA rock playing country on its Keith urban only sort of the. The goofy guy that plays guitar. That's Brad. Paisley like you can. You can define each mega country star that we talk about in a like. He's the whisky-drinking Country Guy Blake Shelton right so air church never wanted to be defined by a sentence, and you can tell that by the way he puts out his records, but that's difficult for his audience. WHO COMES IN? It's not just the label it. The audience who comes in it's like well. I wanted another of the exact same thing record. You put out so quickly incident. Drink in my hand. Put a drink in my hand, Eric. Where's where's drink drinking my hand? But then the very next lead single is like an outsider, and you've let me into this club, but I don't really have much. That's why I respect them. I kind of like Jason is bells cost himself a lot of money doing this. It's good be Jason is bill when there's rock fans, Indie rock fans had lift them up like okay. This is my country music darling, but he's got the talent to be crossover country artists. Jason is bills. Really cost himself a lot of money with this artistic decision. I have ultimate respect for that. I mean I think is bills play has been..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy two degrees in Boston it's partly cloudy at six thirty and good morning I'm double Lawler here's what's happening going to be a long morning for firefighters in land they've been battling a house fire overnight WBZ's Jim McKay is there and Jim some dramatic rescues so far yeah yeah just got her here on the scene there still are knocking down parts of the upper floor of this our residential home and right in front you've got one fire trucks just all over the place and firefighters are pretty much controlled most of the smoke right god you're actually tweet out for the building was still smoldering what we know right now is there have been eight residents are displaced from this our residents your offer birch street in land right now they're currently standing outside the sense this house is great the towels and it looks like they've had quite a long evening as you can imagine actually spoke without one of the individuals here Justin speak the greatest English but just told me he was he was okay and he's just lucky to be out of there like you match dramatic rescues we're still gathering more information here as we get going enough will be here reporting live off birch street what Jim McKay WBZ Boston Jan thank you on the Cape I hit em Ron has left a bicyclist in critical condition roaster police chief heath Eldridge says it happened on millstone road in Brewster Tuesday night certainly this time of year lot of people out on bicycles a lot of people out walking we just wanna make sure that everybody to recognize that they need to share the road in that there's others out there one driver saw a light beige sedan driving away Conor longer Brewster is hospitalized in a coma at tufts Medical Center the body of Brockton mayor bill carpenter will lie in state in Brockton city hall from noon to six o'clock this afternoon his funeral is tomorrow the three term mayor died last week at the age of sixty two after being found unresponsive in his vehicle in the parking lot of an elementary school carpenter a just dropped off his young grandson an order to boil the tap water in a couple of community south of Boston this morning Randolph and Holbrook are being told bacteria may have entered the water supply following mechanical problems at the town's joint water plant people are being advised to boil the water before drinking brushing teeth or even using it for cooking no word on when that order will be lifted and another heads up hamburger and hot dog buns are being recalled after pieces of plastic were found in the packaging here CBS's map Piper flowers food one of the largest producers of package bakery goods in the US is recalling baked goods including hamburger and hot dog buns and dinner rolls sold by retailers including Walmart all the public's in Piggly wiggly because they may contain pieces of hard plastic that pose a choking hazard the Georgia based food producer and issued the recall after discovering pieces of hard plastic in production equipment though no injuries or illnesses have yet been reported the recall involves dozens of the company's Roland bun products distributed to eighteen different states mac Piper CBS news a new mission to help animals in Boston Carl Stevens has that just ahead six thirty traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three not so good on the pike eastbound at pretty bad inside of one twenty eight locked up from one twenty eight to the also bring interchange were crashes lord really just clearing as we speak it's more than a half hour to get through that back up though for ninety five south bound GM four mile and a half getting by a car fire blocking the middle lane in the right lane before route nine south of town we go next and to find out about re twenty four we get the my for insurance road before there are no issues thus far to get in on the twenty four north up the one forty does the Silver City Galleria sometimes that's a problem not today now we had a delay up in Brockton around the Westgate mall that's gone so it's slow down from her is the Boulevard up for the ninety three split of forty four dollars crested after the Bob rae insurance rotor part ninety five north bound is stalled out from one twenty three past two ninety five slow getting by four ninety five and then from the pond to street to one twenty eight David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the threes seventy two M. partly cloudy right now in Boston we are looking for a warm humid day mix of clouds and sunshine could be showers or thunderstorms in spots today especially north and west of Boston high eighty four seventies on the Cape and islands tonight mostly cloudy sticky with a few showers thunderstorms seventy three the overnight low and tomorrow cloudy.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"And that was right around that period where it really started to bubble up and little flip, ran the game for a little while there with Mike Jones being the other side of it, it was like low flip and then the Swisher house guys. And it's funny last night I was thinking about, like I saw a message from somebody that said, man, I never realized or appreciated Houston rap very much until now. And I was asking myself, why is it that the golden age of Houston rap is so much easier to appreciate now for people outside of Houston. And I think it's as a result of the rap gang getting dumbed down a little bit like it's not so much about we're IX and being lyrically clever and smarter than everyone else anymore. That's not the case. Now it's more about like thing about this Twenty-one savage moron. Almost brain dead. All the mobile rappers are idiots. You've got guys like Travis Scott, who know what he would argue as like Leary cly masterful. He's not exactly gnaws, but he makes bad ass. Dope shit that that sounds cool with great beats. I think that level of like lyrical. Intelligence is no longer required. So if you go back and listen to all like when you were playing Houston rap back in two thousand five, two thousand seven, whatever. You thought these guys are morons. You like I did with these dudes are doing and this is tight, but Paul wall might need to go back and get his GED like shit like that. Like you were at no point where you think like these dudes are masterful lyricists and as a result, I think a lot of people didn't take it seriously like it was fun, but it was a phase and people saw it as a fad, and people didn't take it seriously because it wasn't hardcore enough. It wasn't like New York, Jay z. or you know, whatever you want to compare it to. But I think now we've kind of gotten away from that. It's like we're not so snobby with our wrap and wrap Uris are so snobby with their with their judgment. I think the general public has is more accepting of rap as a John. Like ten fifteen years ago, people were still more like a rap music with the speakers and the baggy pants, and it's like, that's not the case anymore. There's less of a stigma to wrap in all in all. It fits better. Like I think if those dudes if Houston rap peaked in twenty eighteen instead of twenty two thousand five or whatever it would have been a totally different level of success nationwide worldwide, because the climate is just more fitting for what we had going on in Houston. What we continue to have gone on, like the style hasn't changed much. Anyway, I just wanted to share that thought little flip the way we ball is the Houston rap song of the week, and we have now reached the point in the show in which, unfortunately, I have to tell you about your legal obligations. If you've never listened before, don't be taken aback by this. It's not personal. It's just business and I have to take care of business, but having listened to this much of the episode having made it this far you are now legally obligated to do a couple of things. First rate in review, you go on, I tunes or apple podcasts, you type in the Rose Bowl and podcasts. You hit the subscribe button first and foremost, but then you give us a rating one to five stars. Five stars is preferable. Take thirty seconds to write a quick review about why you like the show. If you don't do that, you will hear from our lawyers. You're also legally obligated to tell one friend, family member, or co worker, or neighbor or grocery store Bagger. Someone that you'd think this person would enjoy the Rose Bowl and podcast. They really like animals and finding out facts about random pirates and sharing a laugh with friends. Tell them, hey, I found this new podcast called the Ross Bohlin podcast. I think you'd really enjoy it. You should give it a subscribe, try it out that your other legal obligation, one person per week every week. Until breath ceases to pass from your body. Okay. It's not a joke to very real. Dave is a busy guy. He's our lawyer in. He's got a team with him. We'll send the whole squad at your ass. If you don't fulfill your legal obligations, follow our show on Instagram at the Ross Bohlin podcast on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Maybe you're one of those people who's like, man, I'll just pay some cleaning services, one hundred and fifty bucks or whatever. No, just do it yourself. This is a great opportunity to learn how to deep clean the very important skill set to have as a human being because on occasion, you're going to need to deep clean, get your shit feeling brand new and fresh his hell straight out of the box to get that feeling. You're going to need to be good at cleaning. You need to go to the grocery store. You need to load up on fucking dusting. Shit, get a swiffer, the wet and the dry. Get a mop, get a broom, get some magic racers for the walls and just go to town. Put in your air pods, or your headphones or whatever. Maybe you'll I in do it dominate that apartment, the better looking. You can make that appointment the more appreciative the the apartment. Complex people are going to be in that is not the point. Fuck them. It's about you. What is what is everybody always say? Do you when you're little kid? You go to a park for a field trip in there. Like, let's leave this park cleaner than it was when we got here, right? You clean up after yourself. It's a very good quality to have as a human being leave the apartment cleaner than it was when you got there same fucking concept it, it gives you a cleaner break that when you walk out of that place for the last time and you look back over your shoulder and it's sparkling, like you were never there. That's a good ass feeling. And then you can move onto the next domicile without any baggage or attachments to the old place, huge new, you know, phase of your life without any baggage. It's it's great. That would be my recommendation as far as Clorox wipes go. I've never heard of this. Clorox wipes only is kind. A serial killer move. And I respected though it's like Dexter style cleaning with bleach only. So if I if I understand you, you're not spraying anything at any point. You're just going around with Clorox, bleach cleaning the shit out of everything. I, it makes it super easy to get away with murder. I feel. In those core ox wipes. They're very easy to dispose of you. Pull them straight out of the, you know, the Spencer, whatever. It's not for me. This tends to be. There's like too much liquidity like leftover does that makes it like when you wipe down a counter with a Clorox wipe, then you would need to wipe it down with like another paper towel after the fact to get it's where it needs to be. And I don't like that step. I don't like that. I just I prefer to spray and wipe in. That's it. But I don't. You know, I'm not going to sit here and tell you that's a bad way to go about your business with Clorox wipes. I dunno, Mike, are you Clorox wipes guy? What is what is I don't. I don't love those. I agree. It's too wet. Just get some paper towels and some spray he I, I would I. But if you want to do it your way, whatever man do your dexter- style cleaning. Just get all that DNA evidence on one of those Clorox wipes. That was the hotline calls for today. Eight eight eight WR bolan next and final segment Houston rap song of the week. This week, we're going to take some time to appreciate Lil flip's two thousand and two hit titled the way we ball of of his album underground legend. That's you in DA ground legend not under under underground legend. Lil flip. You remember him. He was famous worldwide for what six months, the way we ball, it's, this is one of the hits off of his debut album underground legend, which I highly recommend the entire thing. If you're getting into Houston rap two thousand two right in the right when the Houston rap scene was really like breaking through the underground in Houston up into the mainstream of Houston. Again, I'm not going outside of their region yet, but in Houston, people started to realize like holy shit. We have this really hard core rap movement going on with a lot of young talent in a very specific style. The all these guys are bred by DJ screw r. I p..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Your intro is basically playing. One tune that is low enough where I can hear Ross Bohlin and the other one where he Ron bowler. This is a problem. I was confused for about fifteen episodes. Not really sure why you were doing this anyway. If you guys can sort it out. It's all I gotta say, thanks mother podcast. Gang gang. Ron bowler. What. What this is a very serious branding problem. Is there a possibility that the guy who made our theme songs name is Ron bowler and he's subliminally trying to convert all the Rose Bowl in podcast listeners into Ron bowler fans, this guy was confused for fifteen episodes. Did you think my name was wron bowler or you thought it was the Roz Bohlin podcast. And then I just had a theme song that was going wron bowler. Ron, Ron, Ron bowler. Fifteen episodes in. He said, like, I'm not sure why you would do this dude. I didn't do it no way. This is real. This just you. There's not a lower frequency of the song that saying, Ron bowler navy. This is my alter ego, my new alter-ego Ron bowler. If when I started acting like an ass, Ron bowler is who I become. Maybe I'll change my gamertag to Ron bowler. We're not going to change it themes on those. I need to know though if anybody else, here's Ron bowler call in and let us know eight eight WR bolan next call. What's up Ross and Mike, this is Austin calling from Maryland. Got a couple of quick questions for you guys. So hang out with my Perman right now, and I wanted to get your guys thoughts on cleaning your apartment when you have to move out. Because you know, I wanna get my security deposit back and I don't wanna leave it dirty the next person. But at the same time I wanna put in as little as for cleaning as possible. So give me your thoughts on that. Second question. I never buy any cleaning sprays for the bathroom or kitchen, and I just use Clorox lights on everything. Is this the cycle, move? Clorox, cut the fucking checks. All right. Thanks guys, cleaning you apartment. When you're moving out is the worst is so revealing in disgusting. There's no better indicator of how gross of human being you are, especially if you have like dogs or you shed a lot because you're losing your hair out the hymns again issue like you move a couch that hasn't been moved in six years, and it's just fucking hair everywhere and bugs, and it just rat pellets is just disgusting. The worst. My tip would be have a lot of trash bags. And just knock it out. Nobody wants to do it. Nobody wants to clean the apartment..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So that's where it's name, you know, was thought to have come from the secretary bird. Is a bird of prey. The secretary bird, but unlike mo- birds of prey type most birds of prey. Unlike most birds of prey. The secretary bird is largely terrestrial hunting, its prey on foot means it's, it's a, it's a land bird hunting on the land running around not flying. The adults hunt in pairs and sometimes as loose familial flocks, what does this remind you of the velociraptor from Jurassic Park also from real life when they existed r I p. Adults hunt in pairs. Sometimes the whole family rolls out together. That's crazy. They stock through the habitat with long strides. The things they eat insects, mammals, ranging in size from mice to hares and mongooses and crabs. Lizards, snakes tortoises, small birds, bird eggs, and sometimes dead animals killed in grass or bushfires. The way these things hunt, the secretary birds is one of the things that makes him so fascinating. They stop out there. Pray until the praise killed or a mobilized. Like you YouTube, it secretary, birds stomp, and you're going to see all this insane footage of them mostly stomping out snakes, the legitimately that's their attack method. They don't go at you with the beak. I know they fuck you up with their legs. They're able to create a force equal to five times their own body weight. Would these kicks with these strike foot strikes, Mike? You probably appreciate this as an MA guy. These guys have the foot strike down the kicks it, killing it, the stop and snakes out. They're actually being studied to possibly assist in robot prosthetics. They're unique. Anatomy is supposed to be able to assist in the development of better human prosthetics. They the remarkable forced. It's generated by these birds by the secretary birds has led scientists to believe that the mechanics behind them could be used in sporting prosthetics because of the quick speed in heavy force. Could be applied to prosthetics designed to hit in through baseballs. Which is interesting. It's a novel appliance for such deadly adaptation for such a deadly adaptation. While the common name secretary bird may not be the most terrifying in the animal kingdoms. Their scientific names are much more bad ass. They have been officially classified with the Latin name Sagittarius serpentine areas, which literally translates to the Archer of snakes, which is baller. They are named for their ability to annihilate even the most venomous snakes with these stopping them to death. As I mentioned with their long legs before swallowing them whole like a dinosaur. I don't know. It's like a dinosaur, but I guess because birds came from dinosaurs. Most birds of prey. Swoop down from the skies, right? They ensnare prey with razor. Sharp talons, like eagles is the main one I think of when I think of this, but that's what's so cool about these secretary birds. They remain more true to the style and fashion of hunting that that you would quit to their dinosaur ancestors. Just scanning the ground and then stopping and pecking something to debt before swallowing it whole. Another cool fact about the secretary bird very successful parents. They tend to actually be monogamous. They partner up build their nests in raise their young, very loyal to each other in these monogamous relationships and very loyal to their nests. They use the same nest for several years. Their nest can actually be up to eight feet across, which is a huge asked Ness, made up of twigs leaves animal fur and dung. Sounds gross, but it's perfect for them and their purposes and raising their chicks females usually lay three eggs and take the brunt of the responsibility when it comes to incubation, all the males are known to help out a bit. They fly up to the trees at night to sleep, and they're also known for areo mating displays when to potential mates meet, they take to the skies and engage in an elaborate ritual where they will soar to great heights. And then the males will perform an impressive dive bomb toward the female. She will often show her claws turn her 'cause and show them as a sign of approval. So they've got cool mating rituals. They're good parents day. Hang in monogamous relationships like humans attempt to do very loyal, bad ass method of hunting. They take out snakes, which fuck snakes. By stopping him out. One of my all time, favorite animals of the week. The secretary bird. Rb p seventy two is brought to you by rowdy gentlemen, which is our in house clothing brand here at grand ex..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"You can trust me that all comes back. Full circle, your muscles, give out on you. Things start to hurt. It sucks. I'm gonna. Tell one more quick story you. You brought up the phone to the table and it reminded me of something I, I went to middle school with this kid whose name was his name was John. Okay. I'm not going to give you any more than that, and there's a million John just could be anybody, and he was kind of a bad boy, this guy, he was one of my good friends, but he was definitely one of the troublemaker kid's in the grade that all the parents were wary of like you'd go over to John's house and your parents were like, you know, don't do anything fucked up. I think I might have actually talked about him before at one point. He's the one who I let me watch Billy Madison at his house because his parents were a little more lenient than anybody else's because he had an older brother who was also a troublemaker. Anyway, this kid at one point, he gets a machete from somewhere like Mexico or something like that. And you know how in middle school when anytime somebody gets something, one of the bad kids gets like a machete is a weird example. But then everybody has to have a machete like machetes become the next big thing like everybody in the fucking grades, just scrambling to by machetes. For some reason, this is making my middle school sound like it's the purge. I sure you it was not, but for whatever reason there was like this few week period where machetes were really cool, and that came to an abrupt end when one day John showed up to school or in fact, didn't show up to school and then showed up the next day with an absurdly large like a hundred stitches or something like that. Just wrapped in his whole fucking leg was a mess. And here's what happened this this doofus he's a kid. I'm not gonna. Call him an idiot. You know he was an idiot on idiotic kid, maybe, but he's grown into a fine man. He should be proud of proud of who he is. I think I don't know. Anyway, he was sitting in a tree, chopping wood with his machete as you know, middle schoolers are want to do after school, and he sliced straight through a piece of wood and straight into his fucking leg. Now rather than tell his mother or father what he had done. He did the mica. He was like, it'll be fine. He wrapped it up and try to go to sleep. He wakes up the next day is still bleeding profusely. In his obvious problem, his parents noticed they take him to the emergency room. It gets all sewed up or whatever. And that was the end of the short-lived. Machete fad at Saint Francis episcopal day school in Houston, Texas. I don't know why needed to tell that story. I just did next segment animal of the week this week we're going to talk about the secretary bird type it in your Google machine secretary spelled just like it sounds followed by the word bird. This is an instantly recognisable very large bird with an eagle like body, but what makes it weird looking as it has crane like legs. Which it's like a four and a half foot tall bird. This thing would massive chicken legs like it's the only way to describe it. But the the head looks like an eagle, but it's got this like hooked Bill and has rounded wings. The from Africa usually found in the open grasslands and the savannah of the sub Saharan region. Also random fact, the secretary bird actually appears on the coat of arms of Sudan and South Africa. Its name was once thought to come from the eighteen hundreds when Europeans first started these birds back then male secretaries wore grey tail coats and dark knee-length pants. They also used goose quilt pins that they carried behind their ears. And this bird shares many of these same physical characteristics. It's long dark quills at the back of the head, long gray wing, and tail feathers that resemble a tailcoat and black feathers that go midway down the legs like short pants..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So what to like doc in the box because I was uninsured at the time, it's a long story, but tried to go to the doc in the box that are like now you gotta go to the emergency room from like, well, shit. So I ended up in the emergency room and they put stitches in it. And it's funny because I gone on a date with a chick like the week before we were scheduled for date like the next the next week, and I was like, I'm not going to be able to make that. She's like, why I'm like I fell through my coffee table. I told her I was doing like as I was getting ready to go for a run to slip. That's always you would try to put a shoe on. That's always, yeah. Up in the story for family and friends. I slipped because I I was on crutches and big deal. You don't wanna admit, you're just fucked up and she likes. She thought I was like cancelled. She was like, that's Helvin excuse. You. Fell through a coffee table. Wow. Like who? Who does that? She thought I never wanted to go out with her again, but then I did pick her up on crutches and it in a in in the worst Dubar I've ever been in. It was a memorable Dan from that perspective. But that being said it was. That's the stitches. Yeah. Yeah. And it was expensive for Avin. Sure. It's worth it. You should have insurance. Health insurance is important, but yeah, that will show it to you. It's a pretty. It's like a four or five inch cut, and there's a big scar on it, but that's the only one I never really got hurt badly as a kid. I've seen my brother get hurt badly. I've seen other stuff. I've seen a hundred knee injuries and old man basketball now, which is the the most traumatic, Brad key. His brother, he went up for rebound came down and his knee like caved in, oh my God. It looked like if you took a golf or a test bond cut in half, you know, like the inside of it, yes. The front of his knee look to and. Cool. I, I was I got an office chair and wheeled him. I mean, got, and I've seen two or three like major knee injuries and old man at the JC old man basketball game. So don't just retire. I seen an old man blow a Hammy on a on a running the basis in a softball game, and just, you know, we've all seen the slow motion of like a lion just falling to the dirt. When the you know the cloud kicks up around him. Yeah, watching an old man human do that was just next level the pressing and I was like on their, forget this. Legitimately, I was probably fifteen sixteen years old when I saw this happen and it stuck with me like I can still see it in my head because I was like, that's going to be what happens to me one day. And that is what happens kids. If you're listening and you're still in your youth. You get older and it gets really fucking easy to hurt yourself and your whole body just gets sick and tired of you and all the shit that you're doing right now. Just partying your balls off and trying to stick it in every hole.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"It was dental work involved. Then many, many years later last year, in fact, two thousand seventeen. I'm driving in a car. You're thinking, oh God. Is this going to be a car crash? No, no, it's much worse. I was eating a kind bar and I bit into it and that same tooth the got knocked out by the full beer in highschool come straight out of my fucking head into a kind bar resulting in a real to talk about this. We're going to talk about it. Yes, actually, I did check on that with with our lawyer. Dave who I will send after you. If you don't rate review the podcast. Kind bar actually sit me five hundred dollars for my tooth coming out in this thing. And it's funny like when I first bit into it and it came out of my face and I was like, I knew I should've quit dipping a long time ago. It wasn't a matter of dip. It wasn't a matter of like poor dental hygiene at all. It was just that this cap had come loose over the years. And when I bit into that kind bars kind of the last fucking straw. And I didn't really know that or if it was their fault or what. But I had emailed them tweeted about it or something, and they hit me up and put me through to their like insurance people, and they ended up giving me five hundred bucks which is great. That covered about one fiftieth of the dental expenses. My two thousand seventeen was financially shot by this situation. That's the last time I'll ever complain about it. I promised, but that's the the I've been fortunate. I've gotten stitches a couple times. I'm I may have broken a bone. It's hard to say if it actually happened or not, maybe I'm going to say no, but maybe you know, I got hit in the face with a beer. Can that knocks him teeth out, but I got the teeth back and then I been into a kind bar and then that's that's my rundown of the injuries. I've had. I'm, you know, I drink a shit tone a milk when I was a little kid. I'm durable motherfucker. I am. I'm spry. Mike toes about the time you've severely injured yourself. Yeah, there aren't a lot of them. Knock on wood. I to have never broken a bone. We're healthy guys. Yeah, although I think my toe may be broken now, but don't tell clementine that's, you know, that's no big. It's a weakness. You shouldn't announced that. Yeah, we might have to beat that. Yeah. The the, the only time I've needed stitches in fact was when I was like twenty nine and I, I've lied to a lot of people about the the reason for this. So now I'm going to share the truth. Wow, reveal. Yeah, I came home real drunk one night. I was living in Dallas and I somehow managed to like Chris Farley fall through a glass coffee table. Oh, and the coffee table broke in half any look like a clean break, but I looked down and it had cut my leg like here on my calf. Oh, fuck. Really on this calf on one of my caps. And I, it was a deep cut. You got to go to the hospital, the shower, and I was like, oh, just and I tried to go to sleep and I woke up the next morning. I had this huge Daping cut. It wasn't bleeding more, but it was huge..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"You can definitely still see that scar to that shit. Didn't go way, fuck and massive. I don't remember how many stitches it was. Oh, man, freaked. My mom out freak me the fuck out. I remember still to this day, like screaming in this cop car because there was just blood streaming down my face. So that was the second time we got. You said you'd hop car yet due to Cup, took me a coupla like shit. This kid's going to bleed out and like threw me in his car and drove me to the hospital when it's crazy got to ride in a cop car for the first time little did I know not the last as a seven or eight year old. It was my first time, but oh my God, it would not be the last. I've been in those vehicles way too many times I have never broken a bone, which is a strange thing about me. Now this is going to be a little controversial. I've always claimed to have never broken a bone, but I did fracture a forearm or some shit in middle school. You know, Mike bristling match. You're familiar. Sure. Would wrestling mat, especially now. I'm sure you interact with them every day as you train for your exhibition. Bush true when wrestling match are stored. If you're in a situation where there's more than one they're stored, they get wrapped up like a fruit roll up and put on those giant, you know, and there's usually two stacked on top of each other. Well, I was climbing on that device that storage deal. In middle school, and I got pulled down by my foot by girlfriend like a chick that was flirting with the, you know, how wasn't middle school, the girls all hit puberty before you, and then they just beat the shit out of you for a few years until you catch up and start, you know, like nine inches taller yet hugging, or whatever. They all start to get boobs and you're like, what the fuck is going on. So this chick Chelsea who I've actually, oddly enough, I went to school with her from preschool through college, same middle school. Same pub. Same private, middle school? Saint private preschool, same public high school? Same university, very strange. We were also born in the same hospital, which is weird, but. She pulled me down off this wrestling mat storage thing. And when I hit the ground, I fucked up my arm and I ended up getting a cast put on it, but I'm not like is a fracture break, is this count as a broken bone? I only cast for like a couple of weeks that's a broken bone, so I have broken a bone technically. Yeah, I've always claimed to have never broken a bone, and I don't think I'm going to stop now, but apparently I have the only a couple of things that have happened to me that were severe injuries. I was sprinting around a trampoline at a party in high school in circles, like running in circles, just acting like a dumb ass. I was probably I don't know sixteen years old, a buddy that was jumping on the trampoline. Someone had gotten on the trampoline with a full beard that they had not opened yet. There's multiple people jumping on the trampoline, somebody accidentally drops this full beer, the full beers bouncing up and down with the body's somebody takes swipe Banu. Now, my buddy swipe, I'm running around the fucking trampoline and circles on the ground. The full beer comes flying off. The trampoline hits me right in the teeth in just brakes one straight out of my mouth. Another one gets cracked in half. Fucking disaster. I was drunk to which made it worse. I cried because when you're drunk, you get emotional. I was freaked out man. I was fucking the hole in my teeth. Faith fucking faces. All messed up. I need. This thing is my money maker. And as a result, I lost a tooth. I had to have it capped off..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Like best buy WalMart, Sears, Sam's Club places you never visit on. I mean, why are those that latest czar it is, but that's and then I bought my parents TV recently now are on TV shopping, but I bought them a TV because they, they had one. It was old crapped out and it came and I got a great. It was like a fifty five inch or for like two forty from WalMart dot com who so nuts and it didn't work. And then then my dad ended up buying like a forty inch TV for four hundred bucks and I just wanted like yell at him, just blew it old man. But anyway, I that's one of the issues with TV delivery is that they often show up and don't work. This happens to a lot of people, and it's just part of the. For whatever reason that's part of the game. They often get like shook up in the process of young. I mean, the the big thing on TV's now is that they're all made with plastic parts. That's why they're so cheap and they're so light. Yes. And they're just not as an adult. I mean, back in the day, the the all everything was made with metal parts and they lasted forever. And that's why we're there were TV repairman and shit. Right? Anyway, we're talking ancient history now they're they're nineteen year olds. Listen to this podcast. Go on like what the fuck are these guys talked just happened? Yeah, I don't even know a best buy is no, but I also back when we used to go to Circuit City dude. Does that even exist anymore? I think he went bankrupt. That was another one like Sears and best buy, and it's working out mine shit. My speakers put into my ride. That's where you got your school? Yeah, fuck. Yeah, anyway, best buys. Awesome. I love roaming around that shit. Stone again, don't purchase anything. If you find something you want, just take a picture of it and then Google it, right. That's a tip for you. Pro tip making the six. That's another great thing to do when you're stoned, and it's an age old. You know, joke that Sex's better when you're high, but it really is a different type of deal thoroughly recommended eating at a stupid good expensive restaurant. Now, I don't mean like Ahmen. You've got that taco joint a mile and a half from your crib, the you love going to and get in case. So I'm talking about eating like a stupid good meal, like the best steak you've ever had. I'm talking about dropping certainly more than one hundred bucks on to people. And this is this is a rare occasion type deal. This is not something you can go do everyday unless you're rich obviously. But there's nothing like sitting in a really fancy really good restaurant, one of your favorites and just being highest shit and looking around like, man, these people have no idea what they're dealing with. I am just unhinged. I could eat all of their food at any moment and there's nothing they can do to stop me. My th the restaurant that I've done this at an Austin, a couple of times called Jeffries where have just been like violently high in there. And one time was on New Year's would say, and I took like a, I just got a new Bong, and I took a rip of this thing without really knowing exactly how much damage it was going to do. And then we went to the restaurant and I couldn't talk for like the first forty five minutes, like the waiter came to the table and I just had to stare my food 'cause I was so high, but then it got really fun after that, but in a in a stupid. Good restaurant, stupid, good, expensive restaurant. There's something about that like the. You know what's it called when two things are super conflicting, the whatever being real high at a real nice place where you're not supposed to be highlight that my vocabularies just fucked lately. The other thing, one more catching a show. It could be a concert concerts music great stone Superfund, especially if it's one of your favorite bands or wrappers or whatever. But it could be a play. This long. It's not cats. It could be a play. Could be phantom of the opera could be it could be whatever. Just not not cats. It could be the circus that's a show. It could be Cirque du Soleil or whatever, which by the way I still have not fucking seen..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"I'll still go look at TV's with anybody who wants to go look at TV. That's like one of my favorite things to do God. I like quick quick. Quick story. I have a flat tire at the moment. Are I have a tire with a leak still? Yeah, I haven't. I, it's, it's a lot, but the other day after work I went by WalMart because it's close to our office Senator by this one and I got there. They're open 'til eight. I got. At seven fifteen, and they're like, oh, now we, we can't. We can't help you. We're on a weight and I'm like, okay, can you put some air in my tire? So I can get home though, are airgun doesn't work, and I wanted to just go into a rage. But I know that they're people in my life who would go into a rage and I think about them and I don't wanna be that you don't want to be like that. So I was like, okay, so I went inside and I went in and I was going to buy an inflator. You have one of these car inflator that you plug into your into your Ciro lighter. You spoke to that yesterday a little bit? I don't. I still not clear on like what it's an air pump. You plug into your cigarette lighter, and then you can feel up your air up, your tire. So it's electron IQ, but it's or whatever that is, I guess. Yeah, it's, yeah, right. Electric, whatever electric. Yeah, it's it's a unit. Okay. I I used to have on it got Sola a unit, but anyway, so I found one and I bought it at. I was like, I check out in front of the prick at the auto air. Area of us like no, go walk through the TV center because I just want to go look at all those TV's because shopping for TV's in that a WalMart is tight don't. Yeah. Yeah, I want some TV's. I want a big fifty. Five. I want like a seventy inch. Yes. I don't even know what I'd do with it. I have a seventy engine. My living room hall. It's a. It's a great TV. I've seen it is it is. It's it's a piece of work. It's it's like my pride and joy and it's totally unnecessary. But it's also legitimately. The TV is a very important thing. It I I can justify the amount of money that I spent on that TV very easily. I spent a lot hours in front of that thing. It's true. I I have a TV that is like, gosh, seven or eight years old, maybe ten years old, no way. Dude. That's that's ancient and TV use. Yeah. No, it really is. The problem is it works great still, but a bit. It's heaviest fuck it's it's heavy, but it's not unbearable on the wall. It's no big deal. But like it's like forty three forty two, something like that. And so like I wanna get the sixty inch and I want like the new technology and all the shit. But like this is a big dome TV that I put a thirty dollar Roku on and it does all the shit. The expensive new TV's do right, I but every day I'm just like I want it dude. It's not that big of a fifty fifty. I saw fifty inch TV's three hundred bucks. That's the.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"I guarantee you they generated much more than one hundred thousand dollars in value, not just for Travis Scott, but for square caches. Well, in term I'm we need Darren, reveal the tells exactly how much. Sure, I'm sure during rebel. No, it's what the value of one download is for square cash, but I'm like, I haven't been on the internet this morning, but I'm. Sure. If you go to any hip hop website or pop culture website. One of the top stories can be Travis. Scott used the square app to give away hundred k. like that's right there. If there's ten, the ten biggest hip hop websites you've you've, you've paid for your exposure, the free media, you know? Yes, it. So I guess the moral of the story is big corporations to start handing out money. Yeah, apparently, I mean, here's the thing in only cool. This is awesome. It only works if you are cool enough for it to be genuine, and he is and. I'm just blown away by like him actually sitting there and doing it. And apparently it was just chaos on the square front, like in their offices, like the marketing team just didn't get to sleep last night, which is also very funny. But I just can't like to go from fifty bucks to like one hundred bucks to be in like, oh shit that's going to take longer than I thought and just upping it to like five hundred bucks and then a thousand bucks and just firing out increments of money all over the place left and right is hilarious an incredible. And I'm just props to whoever orchestrated this huge props. If it was just straight up Travis Scott being like I wanna do this and then doing it with no planning. I doubt that is the case. But if it is holy shit would've dude very, very cool. Good for him and good. Good for all the album sales and streaming downloads or whatever the fuck this generated for him. Astra world is an unbelievably good album. It's getting better every time I listened to it the first like five songs alone are just nonstop. Bangers make the whole thing worth it. But the funny thing about this that I was thinking like, this dude has just become like the realist version of robinhood that ever existed. He essentially just redistributing Kardashian wealth throughout the social media sphere. He knocked up Kylie Jenner. That's his baby mama. Now, this nobody outside of LeBron James is navigating their career story arc better than Travis sky. Right now. It's pretty incredible to watch and this it's not that I don't wanna. To take away from like his musical talent because he's a talented dude. But when he came up, people were like, okay, this is a Konya west knockoff essentially, like generic brand Kanye west born and raised in Houston, Konya protege that is just, you know, he doesn't have the the technical production skills that tiny Konya has. He doesn't have the lyrical ability that Konya has, but I'm, I'm just fucking I don't know what I'm not astonished. I'm just like happy for this dude in what he's been able to accomplish. He's he's getting bigger than I than I could have possibly imagined are from my friend, bear my good friend Barrett who's actually one of the people who got one hundred bucks by the way. Barrett. Dudley also got a hundred bucks. He has a podcast called club. Cool, which I have been on. I was on the first episode. You should give that a listen. It's on grand x. lad I was on the last episode. Mike was on the most recent episodes. I mean, the hundred k. is probably worth it just for the exposure. He got on Rb p in club. Cool. I'm sure Barrett's going to mention this today too. I'm sure you will and bear. It talked about a couple of weeks ago like whether or not Travis Scott is worthy of the hype that he gets in the exposure that he gets in the coverage that he gets. And I think since Barrett had that conversation, the answer has become unquestionably, yes, this guy's the real deal. He's not going anywhere. I'm obviously biased being Houston guy and every rockets game I've been to in the past two three years. This dude is sitting courtside going ape shit, which he's very distinct looking fucking braids or flopping around all over the place on courtside. And sometimes he has Kylie Jenner who's also very distinct looking. Huge s and you could see it from the nose bleeds, which is where I sit and I just I just wanted to talk..

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"You stick the little thing on the top of your iphone, and it turns into a swipe thing. Your phone becomes a cash register. You're able to do transactions on the go, right? It also operates the same way as mo- can send money, collect money through it in cash. Is there there? I o s app in their Android app. And that's specifically is what Travis Scott was requesting. He said, tweets, some of your favorite lyrics for master welded me and. Hit me with your your your cash tag is what it's called. So people started doing that and then to prove that he was actually sending these people money. He started retweeting people who he sent money to with screen shots and shit, and he was a jitney lately sending out money. And I know this because I tweeted some lyrics Adam and he sent me a one hundred dollars what a hundred fucking he send this through cash like up with the the iphone app. Yes, straight through it. I tweeted my cash tag at him, which is money. Sign dollar sign WR Boland's the same name as I have on all social media in like twenty minutes later, I got a notification that said, Travis. Scott has sent you one hundred dollars for LA flame. Fans must eat. That was the message he put on every single and criminal transaction. So it's it's no bullshit. One hundred books straight up straight up,.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So last night I got a little high and sat down to make the outline for this episode in research, dope shit when it occurred to me that I wanted to say something I wanted to start the show today. Just addressing all of you. The listeners, my family, the Rb p gang. So I wrote something down and this is what a road I'm just gonna read it to you. I just wanted to start this episode by saying how proud I am of what we've built here would this community. I found that by and large given the opportunity people do want to be better. And sometimes all it takes is someone sharing their path with you to help you get better. And I'm just trying to share some of my path with y'all and have a lot of laughs while doing it. Also learn about pirates and serial killers and tied animals and assassins, and ninjas, and Vikings and crazy shit on the internet and. Talk about rap music shit, you people are all awesome. I am very proud to get to talk to you every week. I love you. Realist words I ever spoke. Let's do this. Welcome to episode seventy two of the Rose Bowl in podcast. RVP seventy-two.

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"seventy two m" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two m" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Seventy two usa radio news john yellowhammer news i'm jay holland wednesday the alabama ethics commission found probable cause that barbour county sheriff leroy upshaw violated the state ethics law tom albritton ethics commission executive director said the alleged violations concerned misuse of sheriff's department funds the ethics commission referred the findings to the alabama attorney general's office for further investigation in alabama president donald trump is tied with wyoming as the two states who love trump the most in the country according to the march morning consult poll sixty three percent of alabama and said they approve of trump's job performance thirty two percent however disapproved of how president trump's handling his job some private polling say trump's approval numbers are much higher stewart industries international aviation company will expand its operation to birmingham creating at least two hundred new jobs the company and a release wednesday said it is leased the former kaiser aircraft facility adjacent to the birmingham airport to enhance logistical support to its existing customers and to provide convenient maintenance support to the east coast based aviation industry the company said the new facility is expected to employ two hundred people initially but that number could grow to five hundred within a year in california the escobedo city council on wednesday voted four to one to support the trump administration's lawsuit against california's sanctuary laws the decision made escondido the first city in san diego county to join the fight against laws protecting illegal aliens this resident spoke at the city council meeting in support of the lawsuit vivid illegal.

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