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"steve hawks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's it. I mean, I could go with Rich Lowry, who, by the way, just resigned. Mike Pompeo. You could, but it seems it seems partisan. I mean, there are some people who trance and Steve Hawking is like a like a well known machine used to be William F. Buckley. But he's dead, right? And, uh, Albert and it was then it was Charles Krauthammer. He's dead. And then it was Stephen Hawking. He's dead. So, uh, Now it's Bernie McGurk. Could be you. Bernie reads a lot of books. You know, there's there's a void there. So, uh, resort bag. Oh, I do, too. I always go to Stephen Hawking, right. But there's gotta be somebody today who's actually really smart or well, I don't know. God who knows, anyway? Uh, what it aimed Abram XK? That's for sure. That guy is stupid. When does this this Netflix I'm going to watch it. What is it arrogant. I don't even you know Netflix. It's picture Patri, Patricia Colours, Patricia Colours. That's That's your next. You pick a brilliant one. Alright, you can watch whatever you want. What are you talking about? Right? Right. It's already Yeah. Okay, September 2nd by the force and shows like the crown and breaking bad and stuff like that. Breaking bad ended, like did you know any gunshot? I'm getting. I'm getting ready to watch the news getting ready to watch the breaking bad series again. I'm it's I think enough time has elapsed. It's great news of SAARC. I don't know. We'll go watch. It's a great It's a great show. I know. But But what? How about hand made sale? Handmaid's tale? Yeah, Get out of the stop. Oh, my God! That's so good. Are you kidding me and get her out? That's propaganda? Yeah, really stuck on handmade storm. Watch it. I love it. Elizabeth Moss. It's garbage. What? So much graves and on Amazon Prime. I'm going to watch the crowd. Oh, the crown. There you go, Graves. Listen, Lidia, you were you were great time right there Grade you ever did so yesterday? My husband's like, what's going on with you? Yesterday You talked about boobs and bite at Zona to Cuba. Whatever you know, the less sexy Latina is up in the Bronx. And now I Did you ever think you'd have, like a little sound bite of butt holes? No, you know, squirming, but hey, listen. Jon Katz Utd is like what is well, he's gonna He's my God. Lydia. We're just reporting the news. If they're serving that two kids it's worth for adults to be George jarred by seeing by hearing it, I agree. I agree with you. It's a negative stereotype. My best friend Michael Smith. He is gay, and he's one of them. He's He's a manly guy. He's a manly man. You know, I don't understand where there is. That stereotype is just because you're gay. You have to be like. Hey, Carol, what's going on? How you doing? I'm like goodness. Oh, Dad, I love your shoes. Yeah, yeah, I don't even know a gay guy like that. It's just It's ridiculous. By Lydia. You can wrap it up and they'll go back to your squad. If yes, I'm squatting as we speak, or I have to go to make an appointment. That a plastic surgeon or something because Wow, get her out of here..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit crumb today in my month long investigation into the spirit world and goes i have a story that involves the spirit of a ouija board and how that spirit might have intervened in a murder investigation in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies so seventy five year old eric ward and a seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach each had been bludgeoned in the back of the head. Their clothes were soaked with sea. Water and the autopsy report indicated that water was found in their lungs the bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. Twilight the couple's adult son clayton ward came up from california but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist silicon valley giant apple. But his party comment to the dungeness bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murderer of his parents now in eighteen ninety one a patent was granted elisha bond for the ouija board but one of the i mentioned so the board was in asia eleven hundred ad in historical documents from that but the design we know today based on the talking boards of ohio produced by charles kennard following the american civil war. Mediums did significant business and presumably allowing survivors to contact loss relatives over to her story six months after his first visit to dungeness bay clayton ward. Return with a list of clues. He assured police that have followed. Would lead them to the murder of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in steve hawks. Grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to drowning of the couple after striking them in the back of the head. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of money in a safe that he planned on taking but he was unable to explain how he was going to get into that safe when asked by the police where he got the clues clayton ward replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then drag them into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they were drowned but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach. The changing tide he further told clayton that if the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tyra used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to california but when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address. Nonexistent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the apple corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and mildred ward owned a ouija board and from journal kept learn that they were often the host of a spirit calling itself. Jso we g board users will tell you that socio is a demon spirit of the ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those that. Hold the door open through the board that allows you to enter this world so the question were the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son. That never really existed and when they were murdered by the grounds keeper was a door that zone a pass back and forth between this world and his shot and in world was he trapped this kit chrome thanks for listening..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. Heiner host kit chrome in my month-long search our investigation into different forms of nation. I touched on the wage board last friday. And almost as a cautionary tale and immediately received some emails. Asking me to back that up. So i put it to my team of urban legend writers to come up with some information. That was something. I can validate with police. A names and numbers and read over this podcast so here. It is in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies of seventy five year old eric ward and his seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach without a mark on either body. The clothes were soaked with seawater. The autopsy report indicated. The water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger who tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. at twilight. The couple's adult son clayton ward. Came up from california that after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist for the silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the dungeon is bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one the patent was granted to elijah bond for the we g board but one of the first mentions of the review board used was in asia around eleven hundred. Ad and historical document documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of ohio produced by kennard six months after his first visit to dungeness baked clayton more restrictions on the list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murderer of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. The police brought in steve hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking. He was however unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. When asked by the police where he got the clues clayton more replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and that when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged him into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they would drown but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. He further toll clayton that. If the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tire iron news to knock him unconscious. Clayton return to california but when police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address was nonexistent. Phone number disconnected no record of employment at the apple corporation. Then investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and ward owned a ouija board and from journal they cap learn that they were often the host of the spirit calling itself. Dozo now we g board users will tell you that. Zoe is the demon spirit of the ouija board that sometimes he becomes protective of those that. Hold the open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was a door that allowed so to pass back and forth between this world and is shut. In which world is he trapped below. That's kind of the answer to the ouija board. As i talked about it on friday and how it can be used in a cautious but safe manner and anybody who has any more information on the demon of the ouija board. Socio can email me kit k. Chrome gmail.com and i will be interviewing the owner of a wikus store. In ashland oregon. And i'll be asking her some specific questions about the ouija board well. This story was researched and written by my team over legend writers and produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you in part by the rogue valley metaphysical library and internationally recognized psychic and medium. Sharon bauer author of the book life. Eternal love immortal. The you can get it. Share and our medium dot com and by kids myths and mysteries dot com. Or you can always get a book on the strange and unexplained for free so later on this week. I will be doing several interviews with the owner of a wicked store. Ashland oregon to talk about the use of the ouija board. This is kit chrome. Thanks for listening..

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A Ouija board mystery

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | 9 months ago

A Ouija board mystery

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. Heiner host kit chrome in my month-long search our investigation into different forms of nation. I touched on the wage board last friday. And almost as a cautionary tale and immediately received some emails. Asking me to back that up. So i put it to my team of urban legend writers to come up with some information. That was something. I can validate with police. A names and numbers and read over this podcast so here. It is in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies of seventy five year old eric ward and his seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach without a mark on either body. The clothes were soaked with seawater. The autopsy report indicated. The water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger who tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. at twilight. The couple's adult son clayton ward. Came up from california that after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist for the silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the dungeon is bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one the patent was granted to elijah bond for the we g board but one of the first mentions of the review board used was in asia around eleven hundred. Ad and historical document documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of ohio produced by kennard six months after his first visit to dungeness baked clayton more restrictions on the list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murderer of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. The police brought in steve hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking. He was however unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. When asked by the police where he got the clues clayton more replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and that when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged him into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they would drown but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. He further toll clayton that. If the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tire iron news to knock him unconscious. Clayton return to california but when police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address was nonexistent. Phone number disconnected no record of employment at the apple corporation. Then investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and ward owned a ouija board and from journal they cap learn that they were often the host of the spirit calling itself. Dozo now we g board users will tell you that. Zoe is the demon spirit of the ouija board that sometimes he becomes protective of those that. Hold the open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was a door that allowed so to pass back and forth between this world and is shut. In which world is he

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"steve hawks" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Doors you feel any cold air coming through? That's probably probably the window not sitting right? Not setting right? Same thing with the doors to care that house of yours. You're wasting energy wasting money like washing windows and doors come to the rescue. Take good care of that home. We talked about this in the pre show meeting. I wasn't aware of Josh Gordon Seahawks player on and get a chance to read more about it. After trays you and myself and Jacob in the pre show. So, it says after Steve Hawks just Gordon reportedly has a setback with substance abuse. NFL say he remains Eligible on this is the setback is because he has, uh Been involved with drugs, and then they basically put him on warning for awhile or something and telling him you're going to come back again or you may not come back again. You were saying the pre show trays that that sort of uncertainty creates. I would assume a stress in the individual and perhaps, do you do they reach for drugs or alcohol? In order to try to alleviate some of that stress of unknowing whether or not they have a career? So is that pretty much sum up where we are with the story right now with Josh Gordon. Yeah, well, kind of. I mean, he's Josh has been out of football for a while, right? And so he There are rules in place, And when you break the rules, there are some penalties. That makes some sense because you don't want athletes taking drugs, I guess and kids thinking it's okay. That's the philosophy. That's the philosophy. My issue, is it. This is kind of par for the course with the NFL. They almost never seem to get it right, like with Ray Rice. They just didn't act right in the benefit of protecting women. They didn't get it right. And then they try to get it right. But it's never really to do the right thing is just to try to get public opinion in their favor. And then the same thing with Colin Kaepernick, right, They got it wrong. This is another instance of the NFL getting it wrong. So Josh Gordon is at home. The NFL tells him that on a certain date this year, I want to say maybe, like week six or something like that. He can come back. He'll be reinstated, so the week comes for him to be reinstated. And the Seahawks reach out and say, OK, great. The NFL says. All right, we'll let you know. And then they tell the Seahawks and nothing one week passes the Seahawks. No. Nothing two weeks past nothing. Pete Carroll is literally giving press conferences being asked by the Seattle media. What's up with Josh Gordon? He's going, I don't know. Right, And when the in the NFL, you can't criticize them through the media, or you get fined, So he's going. I don't know We're reaching out. We're not hearing anything. Josh's people, his lawyer, his people, his agent, They're reaching out. The NFL is telling them nothing for weeks. It's as if to say, You know what? You come back when I'm good and ready to bring you back, and I don't have to give you a date for a time. But you've set rules in place to reinstate him out of time. Give the man something so basically most of the NFL season goals. He doesn't know anything right? And then at the end of the year, which were at they say, you know what you can come back well, somewhere in that time, which is a pretty predictable situation. He probably got down on itself found himself using drugs again because he thought I'm never going to come back to the NFL Play again. And now they're saying he can't come back and play. I'm just saying this was mishandled by them. Yes, but the goal should be to try to get guys back out on the field to try to get them in strong communities where they could get the support they need where they could be around their brothers where they can. You know when you get a chance to really be around the NFL life you feel like, Hey, man, This is what I want to do. This is where I want to be and not just be around it. But no, even having an indeed it's like a goal. The NFL that the goal date coming, go and then gave him nothing. It's just mishandled. It's wrong. It's like someone just looking at it again. For me. It's Roger Goodell going you'll play when I say you're getting ready to play. Well, When is that? Roger? I'll let you know. You know what I mean? Do you think the I understand? What do you think? Your hat? Do You think you have all of the facts in this story? No, I'm going on what I've read throughout the year, So it's not just about this article in this store. If you're saying the article. Do I know everything else? No, I don't know. I don't. I can only speak based on what we have through the media. That's every story we talked about. It's what we have, right And based on the information that's given I'm going. This just looks Like it was hugely mishandled. What we do have is Josh and Pete Carroll saying Continually throughout the year. We've reached out we've heard nothing back. Now that is concerning, that's it. So the the broader story of the NFL a physical game that takes its toll on the human body over and over and over again, and the player needing to perform at a high level the investment that the team has made in that individual that individual also wanting to build to keep the job not being traded. And having to put whatever they need to put up on the stats, Tackles, interceptions, receptions, yards gained. Whatever. So that becomes a business in the business, Unfortunately, is Theo human body's ability. To absorb a blow deal with the repercussions of the injuries and then play again the next Sunday, right. So there are think 1500 players have signed lawsuits against against the NFL. Because of the pain killers that are handed out and I don't know. I didn't call Dave Wyman and ask him about it. But I would assume from people you've talked to, and a few people that I've talked to use in passing that played in the NFL that it would seem to me like they would give you something for the pain. And then when your career is over, like Brett Farve talked about, he was still taking 15 of these forget the type of medicine it was. And then you're addicted. And then do they care about you at that point? Did they still help you or you've got the pain? You've got the pain killer. And you're now retired from the NFL. Is who is responsible for the state of the player. Let's assume the player being an adult. That player has made the decision to player knows the repercussions playing the NFL do you then? Who bears the responsibility for the state of the 38 year old man that has trouble getting out of the chair and is reaching for the prescription bottle six or seven times a day. I think it's a shared responsibility, and that's the part that the NFL has not been willing to kind of part taken right and they had. It's a shared responsibility while they're playing all the way up to when they're 38 43 years old, etcetera. So while they're playing Oh, well, you you having pain and issues? Well, you can't use candidates. Why, right? If it's going to help with the pain, let me.

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"steve hawks" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Listen to this it's pepsi just three weeks. Since the twenty twenty. I grandfather and already the big rigs a looking at changing rules. Put twenty twenty one. Gill and steve hawking once again trying to stem the congestion that is strangling beautiful game. And they have cats in interchange rotations in this sorts reports came from the herald sun and fox sports reported the league wants to reduce rotations from the current ninety. Two seventy four season twenty twenty one now for listening to license for the last three us you know. I'm very passionate about the nfl ruining beautiful game. While the sheer amount of rule changes that continually bringing two thousand eighteen the afl boarding no less than nine changes and virtually none of the rules introduced since thin have made not one shred a difference whether it's the third man up whether it's the nominating ruckman. When defense is the main form of attack you know that the coaches are too scared to take the game on and take risks. I am more concerned about saving face restricting the other team scoring potential by setting up the defense behind the bowl far better than they set up in their ford. Half when you look at the teams that might two thousand twenty premium falls. You could put an argument that they were the only teams playing daring running gun. Football which means falls and premierships in richmond's premiership wins of two thousand and twenty two thousand seventeen and two thousand seventeen. I kicked eighty one hundred and fourteen and one hundred eight points respectively. Even their two thousand and twenty score in reduced quarter. Lengths was still more than west coast. Seventy nine points in the cram follow victory of so. Do i have the answer. No but i do know that the f. focusing in the wrong area it's not the rules that need changing. They need to take the tools out of the coaches hands which allow them to play in such a defensive manner. Such as the dan the graham footage which three time hawthorn premiership player jordan lewis stated he would remove if he was in charge and i agree. Malcolm blight has always said that the team that keeps the highest goal has lost a game. So who cares if the opposition kicks hundred points. If your team kicks one hundred and one. He's right come on. I fell install focus on the coaching and rather than the rules. Because really that's what's causing al-gain to be defensive and is unattractive as it is right now. So what do you think listeners. Amyloid do have a point on facebook page or on joins remember. It's lice out. It's how you want your foodi..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Got that 2 38 now 700 wlw, but Colin for willing Um Steve Hawk is working for me in the morning Brew is working for Sloane. We got a lot of people on vacation, So we're going to sit where we are until next Monday. Then everybody goes back to normal. So shifting gears here got a guest in a bind. The subject of Ah, well electric cars, but we'll get into the used electric cars in a minute. Just seems like Tesla gets 99% of all the attention when it comes to electric cars. And I was surprised for got into all this. My guess is with icy cars dot com They sell used cars and electric cars. The Nissan Leaf is much more popular than any Tesla model is, but you don't seem to hear anything about a Nissan leaf. So anyway, My guest is a Karl Brauer and he's with icy cars dot com. Carl, Good to have you here. Thank you, sir. Thanks for your time. How you doing? I'm doing great. Great to be on with you. You have the list here of the best selling used electric cars in every state, At least top 25 you have and in Ohio. It is. I just had it here. In Ohio. It's the Nissan Leaf. How many more cars do they sell, then tested to begin with, you know? Well, that's what's interesting. Is that the leaf and the test? The model s came out at approximately the same time right around, 2011 give or take. And the test model was a very small, limited direction card in the first years, But it really ramped up like a lot of attention production in the last few years, and the cumulative sales or bulls are not that far off. It's like 1 31 130,000 relief, Several even 160,000 give or take. A model essence. So they've sold more model s is, But the tricky part is we were tracking how many cars are changing hands and the average Leafs price on the used market is just over 13,000 and the average model SS price on these market is 48, almost 49. So there's a lot more people you have a much wider, you know. Potential Buyer base when you only have to spend 13 versus $49,000. That was similar mileage. You have two cars. Let's say with 60 70 80,000 miles The Nissan Leaf. Is that much cheaper than a Tesla. Yeah. Yeah, Even when Violet is the same, the leave his cheaper What about knew how wide apart are they new? No, it's a similar thing. New Leaf Now is around 40 before incentives kick in. Which you actually you can't get doesn't think it's past 200,000 marks. But with Tesla's The new model s is more like it. 80 or 90. So again, it's a big delta between the two. As far as price. I've driven a Tesla. I have not driven a leaf. Those Cardinals bug me that people in the era before Tesla, they thought every electric car had to look like a bug. Me. Tesla finally made a sedan. That was an electric car. And I appreciated that. Not that I own either one of them, But at least they broke away from that mold. A Nissan leaf to may still looks like a bug. Yeah, you know, electric vehicle that's compelling toe Look at and drives. Ah novel idea, right, but decided to give it a try. And what do you know? It worked? It worked. So how many other What's the third best selling electric car knew, then used In your state in Ohio. It's the books like an eagle. But it changes There's you know, states where the Fiat 500 e, which actually had one of those for three years at least. Where those were available, like in California, Oregon, those did really well, but it really just depends on which state and which ones were selling them knew that led to how many available on the used market, which is what this study tracked. You know how much longer an electric car last say buy a used car, whether the Tesla or a Nissan as opposed to combustion engine? I mean, the whole idea here is that the battery car has fewer moving parts do they last that once longer is the shelf life. Or street life that much longer than the standard combustion engine. The overall car is about the same. You know, you got wheels and tires and you know, interior components that will wear out at the same rate, obviously, but You're absolutely right. There are fewer moving parts That means less things can break left. Things need to be serviced except the battery. Of course, people are probably thinking. Yeah. What about the battery batteries have typically an eight year 100,000 Mile warranty album. So even if you bought like a 45 year old TV. You'd have a couple of years. And if it's well under 100,000 miles, you know several tens of thousands of miles left on the warranty on the battery. So yes used electric vehicle by By and large is a good investment. Fewer parts they're going to need service and the most expensive part should still have a warranty on it. If it's less than 10 years old, are less than eight years old and fewer than 100,000. Um, the Chevy Volt the day Stop making Yes, the vote to make a boat. They don't make a vote. Correct? Precisely. Precisely. True. So if I had one if one of those was available for sale on the used car market, what I always have. The parts I would need for that car. Even though they don't build anymore For how long do they have Tohave parts I might need for a car they don't make anymore. With a federal law for 10 years, 10 years you're supposed to have coverage on have readily available parts for any model that you make US automakers. If the battery runs out on an electric car. How expensive are they to replace? And I'm sure it varies. Yeah, it's all over the place, depending original capacity and of the battery, But you know you're talking between probably five and 10,000, depending on which battery it is. Is Tesler getting to the point where there if you get rid of the federal subsidy that their cars will be Well, say, reasonably priced.

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"steve hawks" Discussed on Semi-Pro Gridiron Rant

Semi-Pro Gridiron Rant

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Semi-Pro Gridiron Rant

"Data got it got nasty like it got real. It was real who was still hard from some of them games now. Listen I'll never forget by A. We go back and forth war stories all day long you know that on class. I mean the first time I want to say we played I forget the school but I think we showed up and it was like yard line of fifty. Line. Twenty. That's probably firing. East it was. Play play at our practice field Douglas Douglas Douglas Drowsy side who yes. Terrible. We had tents outside we you know tarp tents outside we're getting. All. Hanky share that story you shared with US last week about Stevie Scott Run dobie down and then fumbling out of bounce and tall my goodness. Oh Yes that is still a nightmare assistance. So remember that like it was yesterday I tell that story about a hundred times already but no. We were playing under the highway lights everybody's like, yeah. What fucking highway but the field. He's high was like through this huge reconstruction back down right right. Right I. WanNa, say you guys were up on US doby hits the sideline, and if you know anything once there will be breaks your linebackers it's a nightmare. So nobody's going down to the sideline Steve Just Steve. Hawk. down. Let me let me tell you the story better than that. Ours. Broke, from a twelve yard line I'm going all the way down fill. You know I see chuck hit Scott he he's underground. So going to grow I. Cut I'm I'm going in my head I am gone. Yeah. No I look back and I still got to blockers with me I got to people with me. I see Steve Scott. The corner of my eye in these guys are going to blocks. He runs around them so fast catch me at the twenty. Yeah Yup. Sums all right and I hear somebody as he tackles me somebody says, pistole. I pitched the ball. There's nobody around. The ball falls I'm near about it didn't. It didn't even roll out of bounce. It just stops young guys picked it up. But I'm like there's no way Steve Scott. ME. down. Like that Was So fast. They couldn't even block him. No. So folks those aged who's never played against Dobie or never seen he is the semi pro and this is not like he was the Semipro Mike Vick ask showed this can thrall. He can throw efforts effortlessly and he can run like the wind. So Steve Scott. Now he was a D. One athlete in in central time in. Kansas City I think it was right for the chiefs. That dude fastest human I've ever seen per ver-. Like a four, one, nine easier stevie Scott Plan for Indiana. In Every bit. He's he's a he's a big time in Indiana. Yeah. Glad. Are Every bit of his dad like you just you look you look it looks you're just like okay and it for guys it played with them..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"701 to 98 9400 G L In the South Dakota Spearfish out there for some reason, when people from South Dakota called they just say, South Dakota Like it's one big, you know, town we like knowing where you're from. So thank you. G l for telling us, it's it's Spearfish. Actually him downtown sturgeon. With a big idea party will be unlike right and one down the started For the Valley and Kevin. There you go. The boss was here yesterday at the big grocery store across the street from more on that. Go and call Amar grocery store. It's It's a big grocery store. Um, what? It was about 11 AM yesterday morning and I wasn't really impressed us up. As a leftie, You know, I'm on Gondwana, newest members of the news media organisations and even tried Country Inn over in Smithfield. What do you only do what you want for the, um to play to imports in rapid city for that. But the big plane could've landed that Rabbit City Airport off Airforce base, the new home of the B 21 bomber. Right. It's quite quite commissioner. Let's get all the homeless isn't is an Ellsworth near Rabbit's very or about, of course, question Governor. And that trumps decided to place that mill bomber at That's almost be one being lancer Bomber Shil right now, so I used to be the B 52. Then the B one b Forced Air Force Base had B 50 men amount moment, man. Um, missiles to like, Like, you know, like your grand forks or my not a poor space. Here you go. Well, thank you for the update, G. L appreciate hearing from Spearfish today. Let me get to some of these texts. Are we? The people pull Open up school with no restrictions. It's as one another back in school period. No governor or Bassler meddling. Okay? With current guidelines with potential exposure. 14 day quarantine How many days where teachers actually get to teach? Also if kids were off for 14 days. How do you teach them all at the same time? Yeah, well, Those are good questions. I think again. Risk reward, right risk reward. What is the actual risk? Okay, we're going. It's like, you know, guides me related to Corona virus. What if I don't want to get the I think this came from CDC. The University of Mary has put this in their guidelines for school next year, and it is Your Best chance and that's probably long term to use. But your highest risk if you will of getting Corona virus is if I'm Not one of mine now from you 15 feet if I'm no knows that knows no glass. You and I were having a conversation. OK? And then you know you kick out. I forget how many particles right Ah, that come out of your mouth back and forth. And you know, the vast majority of them have to get in you. No. So it's It's the risk, isn't you Don't you know? It's a hard school should reopen, says another teacher's union are going to stop the back to school effort. I don't I don't doubt that. I don't doubt that another texture said. I heard this morning that this opinion author of The 16 19 project, which which is a lot of garbage is now being taught in history class is across the nation. I'd like you to ask our head of education and the governor. Are they allowing this garbage to be taught in schools, says John and Carrington. Friend of mine. Just text. He said He should take Scott to Sturgis. No, I think we should go by that courage is not my thing about will go. No, no. You know, I did during the rally. I get upset. I had no one in the morning. When I get woken up by one motorcycle one. We don't hear motorcycle's where we camped. You're right. We don't Steve Hawking. And if the NFL decides to have a season this false is this listener than the school should open. If you need a person to make a decision, Blood County agent Hank Kimble on Green Acres make the decision of his decision would be just a sound is a high price superintendent or government bureaucrat. I don't know, Mr Douglas. I think that they should open them School. Finally, little handkerchief. Gotta find Elaine..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss Miss Mysteries. I'm your host Ken Crom. I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he trapped? The OUIJA board solution was produced here at night. All sound studio brought to you by the metaphysical library and I'll creek cabin and writers getaway at Al Creek Cabin Dot Com. Check it out and week from yesterday. This coming up Wednesday. Next week I will be interviewing international nationally recognized medium Sharon and thanks for listening..

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The Origins of the Ouija Board

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:12 min | 1 year ago

The Origins of the Ouija Board

"I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he

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"steve hawks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I want you to think about this one of the Republicans had had an opportunity in the house to call their witnesses what would happen to the impeachment process it would have blown up what if they had an opportunity to call the phony whistleblower and the staff for shift staff you were blown up one of the Republicans have had an opportunity to seriously cross examine witnesses what would have happened you were blown up they would have been exposed on the Democrats one of the president's council could participate same thing the Democrats would have been obliterated even though they're in the majority in the house this thing may have gone to the Senate it would have been far worse condition that it got there than it actually wound up in the Senate do you understand what I'm saying this but is nobody's talking about this this was the best case they could cobble together this was the best case they could cobble together which was no case at all can you imagine if it had come under normal scrutiny cross examination Republican witnesses the participation of the president's council can you imagine what the scenario would have been that came into the Senate in the vote that would have taken place in the house of the exposure that these phony moderate Democrats from trump districts what I've had to deal with that's what they should be talking about what if we actually had Republican witness what if we actually had cross examination what if we actually had the president's council participating and what the house intelligence committee had been doing the whole scenario would be different this debate is the fifty three Republicans senators right they have staff right it's just me here right I don't have people thinking for me I mean I Mister producer does engineering and production and all that that's thinking for me that I'm capable of but I'm talking about on this stuff it's me it's fifty three of them they all get elected they have to be at least relatively intelligent to get elected they have significant staffs how come I think up this stuff imagine what what actually occurred in the house of representatives not this kind of clean fascistic to radical attack on the president a true good old red blooded American back and forth Republican witnesses cross examination of Democrat with this participation by the president's counsel the provision of other evidence wow that would have been an impeachment inquiry that's how it worked with Clinton that's how it worked with Nixon that's how it worked with Johnson but it didn't work that way with trump so they hand over this sort of Maoist Stalinist kind of information for trial in the Senate what does Johnny can say when the Senate actually does the right thing by the skin of its Steve hawk trump trump are is a mosque it's a sad day for the Senate here sad day and a montage of morons in the media morons not in the media it's incredible incredible how much time I had a rich set enough time for cut seven that's seven go Jay Sekulow it's a little bit interesting to me and my colleagues the deputy White House counsel referred to this it's a little bit ironic to me that you're gonna be questioning conversations with foreign governments about investigations with when three of three members of the Senate senator Menendez senator Leahy and senator Durbin sent a letter that read something quickly like this these were they wrote a letter to the prosecutor general of Ukraine they said their AG advocates talk about the congressman their strong advocates for a bus and froze close relation grain and we believe that our cooperation for extensions such legal matters regardless of politics and their concern was ongoing investigations and while the molar team was getting appropriate appropriate responses from Ukraine regarding investigations of what the president of the United States and you're asking about whether foreign investigations are appropriate I think it answers itself so those three center should be expelled right ladies and gents now you don't expel.

"steve hawks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I want you to think about this one of the Republicans had had an opportunity in the house to call their witnesses what would happen to the impeachment process it would have blown up what if they had an opportunity to call the phony whistleblower and the staff for shift staff it would have blown up what the Republicans have had an opportunity to seriously cross examined witness what would have happened you were blown up they would have been exposed on the Democrats one of the president's council could participate same thing the Democrats would have been obliterated even though they're in the majority in the house this thing may have gotten to the Senate it would have been far worse condition that it got there than it actually wound up in the Senate do you understand what I'm saying this but is your nobody's talking about this this was the best case they could cobble together this was the best case they could cobble together which was no case at all can you imagine if it had come under normal scrutiny cross examination Republican witnesses the participation of the president's council can you imagine what the scenario what have been that came into the Senate in a vote that would have taken place in the house of the exposure that these phony moderate Democrats from trump districts what I've had to deal with that's what they should be talking about what if we actually had Republican witness what if we actually had cross examination what if we actually had the president's council participating and what the house intelligence committee had been doing the whole scenario would be different this is the fifty three Republicans senators right they have staff right it's just me here right I don't have people thinking for me I mean I Mister producer does engineering and production and all that that's thinking for me that I'm incapable of but I'm talking about on the staff it's me it's fifty three of them they all get elected they have to be at least relatively intelligent to get elected they have significant steps how to think up this stuff imagine what what actually occurred in the house of representatives not this kind of clean fascistic to radical attack on the president a true good old red blooded American back and forth Republican witnesses cross examination of Democrat witnesses participation by the president's counsel the provision of other evidence wow now that would have been an impeachment inquiry that's how it worked with Clinton that's how it worked with Nixon that's how it worked with Johnson but it didn't work that way what trump so they hand over this sort of Maoist Stalinist kind of information for trial in the Senate what is John Meachem say when the Senate actually does the right thing by the skin of its Steve hawk trump trump bar is a mock it's a sad day for the senator sad day and a montage of morons in the media morons not in the media it's incredible incredible how much time I am rich said enough time for cut seven cat seven go Jay Sekulow it's a little bit interesting to me and my colleagues the deputy White House counsel referred to this it's a little bit ironic to make him that you're gonna be questioning conversations with foreign governments about investigations with when three of three members of the Senate senator Menendez senator Leahy and senator Durbin sent a letter that read something quickly like this these were they wrote a letter to the prosecutor general of Ukraine they said their AG advocates talk about the congressman their strong advocates for a bus in prose closely tribute grain and we believe that our cooperation sure extensions such legal matters regardless of politics and their concern was ongoing investigations and while the molar team was getting appropriate appropriate responses from Ukraine regarding investigations on what the president of the United States and you're asking about whether foreign investigations are appropriate I think it answers itself so those three center should be expelled right ladies and gents now you don't expel senator you know expel spell house members they don't mind foreign interference if it helps them they don't mind rigged elections if it helps them of course no big deal I'll be right back one of five point nine FM WMAL where Washington comes to talk you pay off your Irish date if you could but you can't you know the money and now you're asking this important question is this the day the IRA shows up at my work garnishes my wages and seizes my bank accounts maybe even my.

"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And skid steers the mowers utility vehicles and attachments we have it all top fire large show rooms for Kubota demo and online it backs a tractor dot com and tell em sag set yet. weather forecast from news radio seven hundred W. well it started the day with temperatures in the mid to low sixties some of the outlying areas dipping into the upper fifties today will see plenty of sunshine again just some high thing clouds of this afternoon and a high of eighty six tonight sixty five unclear tomorrow they'll notice a few more clouds but the heat is here with a high of eighty eight and a stray shower is possible from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW sixty degrees right now our next update at eight o'clock Rick you Chino newsradio seven hundred W. out of the Joan of seven thirty nine right now Mike McConnell. Wednesday morning for us lowly tomorrow and Friday tomorrow and Friday see walk ins in here tomorrow to see anybody to. large party Steve hawk and will be here. meanwhile he gradually lady from Colorado who's the first person to swim the English Channel four times in a row I don't mean like on four different years I mean back and forth and back and forth. how about bats. you Serra Thomas told the BBC as you can shore and overseas pretty numb right now. net six about fifty four hours in the water from a from England to France back to England back to France back to England in all one hundred thirty miles in fifty four hours. no word on whether she did flip turns. and if you did I hope you didn't miss the wall because that's a disqualification but that's pretty amazing used to be of justice when the English channels a major feat. a back and forth and back and forth of something else. all right well we got what we got traffic weather sports and all that just ahead yes.

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"steve hawks" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Production from Hollywood gal by way of the broken skull ranch. This is the Steve Austin show. Gimme a hell. Yeah. Now, here's Steve Austin Harada Steve out and show. I occurred. I don't make Asian recharge batteries. But just because I am recharging the batteries. We still got business. Take care of. In the meantime, we'll be playing some of the most requested Steve outs and show classics and been locked away in the archives. I got a great one for you this week. And here's my producer shown to tell you all about it readings and welcome to classic episode of the Steve Austin show producer, Sean bringing you episode number one forty one with superstar Bill Dundee original air date. August twelfth two thousand fourteen Steve's got a lot of classic. Memphis wrestling personalities in his catalog, and I think it's definitely important to revisit that territory and bring those out here on the classic episodes because it's isn't really cool stuff that Steve hawks about with these guests. So you might be hearing some more of those as we go along. But for this week its superstar Bill Dundee wrestler that was very instrumental in Steve's development in the. Texas and Tennessee. Territories working under Jerry Jarrett and world class and US w way. Bill Dundee a big start his own right in that area. Having many epic battles with Jerry Lawler either across the ring or as a tag team, which will talk about just a second here. But you've got to catch up with Bill Dundee here on this episode. Get some of our presence in the late eighties in the territory as well as a manager in does w in one thousand nine hundred three for Lord William regal. He was known as Sir William back, then but Steve definitely talks about as epic feud with Jerry Lawler Bill Dundee was also in a scaffold match. Not found thing was the first Catholic match, but it was definitely one of the earliest scaffold matches that happened against none. Other than cocoa, beware. Or as he was known as KoKo ware. Also, see talks with Bill about the to below concession stand brawl as mentioned Bill and Jerry Lawler are often adversaries, but also tag team partners. And in this, particular instance, the duo took on the blonde bombers Larry late them and Wayne fair. Better known as Moondog spot and the honky tonk man in epic event known as he Tupelo concession stand brawl, and this was nine hundred seventy nine and if you could find footage of it on YouTube, which is out there. It's quite the event commentated on by the legendary Lance Russell, and a lot of people say that it was kind of one of those small events that set the course for EC w at hardcore wrestling, as we know it today just crazy brawling all throughout the concession stand. And there is tables and stools and mustard being thrown everywhere. So she check that out Bill Dundee awesome wrestler, and he is the guest today on a classic episode of the Steve Austin show today Steve.

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"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"steve hawks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

17:20 min | 3 years ago

"steve hawks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's to me. That said, but the sad thing to me. Is that that doesn't turn off a third of the public whatever's basis thirty to thirty five percent that they accept this. They accept him calling people on the other side losers. They accept his meanness. They accepted him shouting encouraging people shout lock her up putting his acting like we're damn banana Republic that we lock up our political opponents. This is a man without an ounce of grace. And without any honesty. And I don't know how future historians are going to deal with this and deal with the American public's reaction to him and with the Republican party's embrace. I mean, he's right. He has very high approval ratings amongst Republicans. But not amongst anybody else who I think see some of his traits. I mean, again, rather it's the access Hollywood tape. Whether it's the scores of misogynistic remarks, he made before even after becoming president racist remarks and calling on American judge a Mexican, and that's why he's rolling against me when Trump university. Again, we forgot about that. There's a there's a Seattle Trump foundation. There's a scandal. I mean, all these things would bring down any other politician. Justifiably you run a foundation you break the law. You should be elected president, you shouldn't be what the dogcatcher and the foundation is rotten. They spend money on his own portrait to hang up and one of his own country clubs. Again, Jimmy Carter had done that Bill Clinton had done that. But. So I I some point I would say I'm at a loss for words. But I just ranted for a long time. Well, let's hear from New York City. Hi, marie. Marie with us. Hey, marie. Apologize reminder. If you get through on the phone lines, turn down the volume, there's a little delay. And you'll hear everything through the phone. I promise Carol Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Hi, carol. Allows. I wanna know what else you're reading. It's not political. Although it may have political overtones what are you able to do in writing about other things other than political so much of what you're doing is political? But there's a whole world of people out there hurting and just like to know a little bit more about what year leading and writing. The subject was talking about today, your political journalist and political author. So right, but I do like to read about other things in fact. I have found in the last two years to as an antidote to some of the craziness. Two. Come up with a bit of a routine that is I try as hard as I can. I couldn't really do this while I was writing the book. But after the book was done and ten o'clock at night, turn off all screens. So I look at my Twitter feed. I look at my Email anything's breaking check my messages in my internal mother Jones slack chat. And then I say, okay, turn it off. And then I tried it. You know? I do some exercising, but also read, and I've found that the way I can get to sleep best is not by reading anything about what's happening now that's directly related to my day to day job. Whether it's mother Jones are writing the book. So I've been reading a lot of history. I mean, I read a great sort of historical book, I think it's called earth and human hands by my pow David Griffin spoon. It's about a it's sort of like a history of the planet geologically, and he is a wonderful, Astro of biologists. Studies planets. Won all these awards, and it was just very thinking big picture stuff rather than but but also I read rancher knows book book grant. Which is which was fabulous. And made me think a lot about the eighteen fifties where things were very very divisive in this country. And in the end of the day, we failed we failed. We ended up with a civil war and hundreds of thousands of them. Are you suggesting parallels? Well, I'm not saying we're gonna end up at the same place. But it's like, okay that was a very divisive time, and we could not figure out how to get out of it collectively without tremendous spasm violence but turnout was booking. Grant is fabulous veal. I don't I don't say that it's better than the Hamilton book. But grant in some ways is even more interesting than Hamilton Hamilton was kind of a straight rise. He had his sex scandal. And all that grant was basically a bum. He was living like a Hobo at one point in his life in San Francisco on a flop house and didn't have the dollar to pay for that night's room and had to go to a veteran number office and asked for a buck, and he becomes the great general and president states. It's a great story. And it's also shows the ugliness in the politics before the war. And more importantly what happens in reconstruction after the war. There were there were the racial violence in the south from the clan. I mean, I kind of knew about this. I was shocked one ratio massacre after another with white folks after the war trying to keep black people from voting tain power in the south. I mean, it is it is horrendous. The and in some and then I'm reading now these truths by Jill Lepore, which is a great history of America from Columbus to the president. I'm halfway through this line last night, which is at the confederacy lost the war, but one the peace because the amount of racial violence and the power of slaveholding. Formerly save holding whites in the south remained firm through violence in that period of time ugly. We don't know enough about that. But then also for I read Steve hawk read, Stephen Hawking's last book, unfortunately passed away last year. Brief answers to big questions. And I got it. I don't get all of it. I can't follow him all of it. But he talks about time space in the universe where it came from where it's going what that means about whether there's a God or not with that means about the nature of time, and can you time travel, and I get a lot of it. And I just like thinking in those terms because you're talking about perspective you talking about the size of the universe. And how big were and where we are in comparison to that. And then where we are on the planet in comparison to that mean, it really puts a lot of your to day problems and. In stark relief. When you think about that? And he's just such a stunt. He was just such a stunning story of courage that he could write any of the books is great. And then I like to read novels as well in the last one I finished a couple of weeks ago was warlike by Michael dot J, who's one of my favorite, novelist. Best known for writing The English Patient, which is also movie, but he's a marvelous writer, and when you and I- Peter where the Miami book fair a couple months ago whenever that was he was there. And I was luckily, I was lucky enough to meet him in lunch with him. And that was like I get play fan boy was so fan boy. And I attended the talk that he gave some real questions about the book, but they all involved spoiling it and parts of giving away parts of the book. And it's a marvelous story about. To adolescence after the end of World War Two who are more or less abandoned by their parents, and are being watched over by folks who only have one son one foot on the right side of the law, and how the involves greyhound smuggling and and all sorts of gambling. And and it ends with a pretty major twist involving a very little known act of of war crime during World War Two. But anyway, sign all these questions for him. And I ran into him the author's lounge and assaulted, and he goes, let's have lunch. Let's see and he was delightful. He was great at. There's nothing like meeting someone whose work you really really enjoy and has meant a lot to you. And then who turns out to be a swell person. That's not always the case that he was Charlie Roslyn heights, New York. Thanks for holding. You're on with author and journalists David core. Are you doing you? Gotta be with shave cream on my face Quebec. Okay. No before I ask my questions. I like to make make a comment I'm an independent progressive, which means I'm against entity politics. I think this is causing us to identity politics is the best form a genuine against like black nationalism. Mold women, I believe in equality full. But against you. Thanks. Speak out against it. Now, if you let me get my glasses auto here, can I do that. Sure. Go ahead, Charlie. Now, there's two things that I want to bring out. In the nineteen eighties. I noticed the corporate takeover of the democratic and Republican parties. I don't see anybody talking about that. I think that was important because that that got rid of the fantasy doctor, and we had something called the fairness doctrine, I was involved with politics back in the seventies. And I remember how how both balance things what things we're not perfect. But they will a lot more balanced, and when they got rid of that in the late eighties standards doctrine, it just went off the cliffs. All right. So we got the fairness doctrine and very quickly. What else did you wanna ask? Well, the cooperation of the democratic Republican bodies. Thanks. Thanks for calling. We'll let you go back to shaving. Well, I I want to give Charlie a recommendation he should go see the movie vice by Adam McKay, which is I've seen and I did an interview without him which will be coming out this week mother Jones project because it mentions the fairness doctrine, which if viewers don't know was a regulation, basically for TV. Stations that if you covered one side of an issue you had to give the other side, basically, equal time. This covered broadcast stations because they are regulated in a way different than what cable is now. And during the Reagan years the Reagan assertion got rid of that. And that allowed particularly radio stations. To have to say, Rush Limbaugh conservative talker on all day long and not have anything on the other side and the same with local TV stations Sinclair, which would which has a lot of local stations, and is using them to promote a conservative political position would would under the old rule not be able to do that so easily. So that's what he's talking about cable. I have this right? Would not be regulated in the same way. So FOX could still be FOX and MSNBC concilium MSNBC. But that was a conservatives Republicans targeted in the Reagan years in order to not have to have a more powerful voice to the public to be fair wasn't their reasoning. Okay. You have the big three CBS NBC ABC. They're all reporting the same thing. They're all liberal our messages and getting out. Well, that's what they said. But I mean, I think you can make. Saying that. Calling them liberal. I thought was always a misnomer. And even I think Bill Kristol has acknowledged that. That was something that was devised as a PR thing to rally, the conservative Republican base and Nixon, of course, did that when he was the Washington Post was liberal. That's why they were going after him not because he was a crook. So that I think a lot of ways was was a phony conservative argument for many many years. But that's why it's so it's unclear how a restoration of the fairness doctrine, would, you know, would work on today's media landscape than we do seem to have a lot of voices out there. So you can find information where you where you wanna find it? I mean. No, you're not going to get. I mean, even FOX does have a few liberal people on I used to do stuff at FOX myself. And I don't think that it's. You're gonna really win people over by by getting a few more liberal voices on FOX and conservatives might say the same thing about. But MSNBC, although I don't think the two are truly equivalent. But on the goes back again to what we talked about earlier about corporations and their influence of corporations influence often media entities when you do see the owners of Sinclair having a very very. Obvious political strategy out there. We're trying to get their local stations to reflect their national conservative perspective. And you don't have anything like that on a liberal side. There's no. Major media operation that says we have to do something like this. But the bigger impact is what we talked about earlier. A lot of corporations corporate interests privateers spending money in politics, and we we've seen that certain politicians mainly Democrats Trump has done this now well to who connect with the public or able to raise a lot of money from small donations individual nations and don't necessarily have to rely on big corporate donations. But we sit we start doing both taking donations from wealthy individuals and corporations, and you look at something another scandal forgot to add to the list the Trump inauguration fund. Raised over one hundred million dollars. From all sorts of folks from people who have connections of Russian oligarchs don't have to tell us how they spent the money now apparently under investigation. So, but I think, you know, we talked about the big money problem in corporations having undue influence or outsized influence, and our politics, and you know. That caller sounded like a Bernie person that's something that Bernie Sanders made a centerpiece of his campaign last time, I presume we'll do again if he runs again. So what's your view? David corn of billionaires on all sides. George Soros the coke brothers. Tom star. Michael Bloomberg getting involved with their money politics in a big way. I would I would I wish it wasn't necessary. A lot of ways. I wish we could have a system where it was ideal driven. And there are other nations in there are campaign finance reforms where people who run for office would be publicly funded the oh, you pay a dollar to on your taxes, and you know, people run for office and the. You can set up benchmarks your major party, and you get that party's nomination, and you or your show x never points in the polls. Are you raise x amount of money yourself, but only from Spago Dacians to show that you're credible candidate. Then you get public support. You don't have to go to the billionaires anymore. Now, they still probably be able to mount influence campaigns third party issue campaigns on ads like that in which case you need tremendous transparency an ad saying we need to cut taxes..

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"steve hawks" Discussed on V103

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"steve hawks" Discussed on V103

"Outages. Me. Come on. Good morning, everybody. You are listening to the voice come on. Now. One only Steve hawk got what radio show. What you're doing with it trying to do the very very best. I can. You know, I get tired sometimes on my journey. I'm doggone kid you. Trying to make some macho selfish is is is a task. If you want to attempt to do something. And understand going in. That if the thing you're trying to do is to improve yourself to better your position to better your relationship your family. Anything you trying to be a better, you you trying to make more money. You trying to get it together. You trying to change if any of those things in your hopes and dreams. No this right here. You are about to face some challenges. But you might as well go ahead anyway and face those challenges because if you don't you have a whole nother set of challenges to face. You know, it's it's it's an amazing fake, man. How people sit around and they watch other people strike out to become successful. They sit in the stands watching these people play out these games. And they and they and they criticized a booth they laugh at the efforts and everything and they talk about the fairies. He missed a game when his shot, boy, he suck bad. He did this. He ain't worth that. Then hind world. She step on that line writer that man she can't shoot g made a shot all day. Man. You see this guy? He aired bear body. Don't get this do right here. Man. He ain't he ain't he been on base in thirty five games. Man. This do right here not paying him. All that money. I hear people who sit in stands who criticize people who are out there on the playing field. Now when you own the plague feel you have a set of challenges in front of you. You're going to be open to criticism you going to be open to ridicule you're going to be talked about when you don't know the people were talking about you. Now. His upside to being the player on the field. That's facing all the challenges to criticisms the laughing the joke to being talked about. He has something going for him. This person boy woman child girl man has an opportunity to win. They have an opportunity to win the game of life. Just 'cause you lose wanted to games or you lose one or two matches. It don't mean you've lost. You don't get put out you keep playing. And when you play he is the upside you have the opportunity to win. And but guess what you gonna win some matches. You won't win some of the points. You make some of the dunks you go hit some mobile wall. You go hit some out the park you going to score some goals. You will if you play the game. Here's the problem with the people who don't faced criticism who nobody booze. Cheers for who. Sits in the stands in knows neither victory nor defeat those people without realizing it I'll facing a set of challenges. Also and the challenges they face in his homily of with myself. What I'm gonna do? Now. What direction going in? Where am I gonna live? Wonder what job hire me? One if I can get paid for criticize. Oh woe is me. I can't find the purpose in my life. A man I'm just waking up in a state of confusion. I don't know what to do. Now. Let me ask you something which wanted him set a challenge you better be faced with. Because if I'm on the flow playing if I'm on the field play it if I'm out on the court playing then guess what I got a chance at winning. But guess what I'm doing every day while I'm playing I'm strategizing. I'm waking up with a purpose. I'm waking up trying to come up with another angle, I'm in pursuit of gold. Every single day. Versus the people in the stands. Who know neither victory nor defeat, but they got the nerve to boo. They got the nerve to criticize at time. I see him. He got data airtime. My he think he does. He think do you do, you know, people like that? Of course, you do. Now, you gotta you gotta make sure though that you're not the person that we talk about. You don't feel get on the court. Get a game face the.

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