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"three days earlier" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

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"three days earlier" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Another family something we've heard it from all walks of life all past experiences, and it really puts a lot of things in the perspective. Um and, uh, it's a It's a really complicated and it's a really vast, you know, outcome, you know, type world. Talk about things being put into perspective. I know it's an obvious question, but go ahead. How does it change your perspective? I think back a month ago, right? I'm I'm coaching TJ's, You know, And these are things that I personally need to work on and be better about right. And you get wrapped up in. You know, everything else is good. So you as humans, I know I do You find other things that You need to, like, dive into and need to bother you and you need to stress about right. It's used to fill that void. You know, I'm coaching. TJ is like eight year old wreck baseball team right, And you know, it's not. It's not serious by any stretch of the imagination. But here I am. I'm like sitting up at night. And I'm like mad that we can't like field ground balls. And I'm telling my wife in bed like I don't know why we're not getting better like you know, we worked so hard and T J, didn't he? He's better than that. Like, how did he not hit the ball out of the infield? It's coach pitch. He's better than that. This was like three days. He's playing baseball. Three days later. He's in the ice to you in severe heart failure. And three days earlier, I'm that I'm you know, frustrated that my eight year old kid I'm like. Cara. He's better than that. I don't know what's wrong. And I'm sitting here like you're a moron. Like you need to get a grip, you know, like and I hate And I say this my wife all the time like I hate The phrase like it gives you a great dose of reality because the fact that it took this to make me realize that is ridiculous, right? But Sometimes the truth hurts, and and there's a lot of things that I thought were important and 89 years ago when we went through this on the front end, you know that year. It put a lot of things in perspective at that time, too, And I think over time when things are normal, you lose that perspective and My wife and I really try and going forward now, too, But we cannot ever lose what we felt the last month because no matter how good things get, it can always get worse. So with that perspective, What will Father's Day mean to you this year? Oh, man, I'll tell you So when we first got put on the registry, you know our mind was wrapped around like, Can we be home? Can t J B home before school? Not that he's not that he would go. But like, can we be back under the same roof? Before we send the other kids back and at least have a couple weeks of quote unquote summer together at home with nothing to do right like that was our goal. So you're talking mid August. And here we are. Knock on wood. If things continue to progress, there's a chance that we're home under one roof by Father's Day, and it's just Yeah, the amount of things that have lined up for this to work out, you know, starting with his Children with Levine, Children's Hospital being 10 minutes from our house, Um, him being a good size, healthy kid. To being a good blood type to not having built up antibodies from multiple blood transfusions, which is a huge concern for these kids. Because then you're you know, then you can't accept every donor. Even if it's your blood type. Your body has antibodies to say no, I can't take that organ and it goes to somebody else. There's a billion things that could have gone wrong. To make this a really long process, and they did it and they didn't and we just consider ourselves super fortunate and super lucky and the prayers and everyone's outpouring of support. It worked. And we don't you know that doesn't that doesn't fall on deaf ears. We understand We're very fortunate in this world and, um, to be able to be home and just sit home and do nothing that all five of us be under one roof. Is something that I don't want to think too much about this. I don't want to jinx it. But if we could pull that off would be pretty special. That would be about as good Father's Day present as you could ever want, right. I mean, I don't know what else There's nothing else. There's nothing else. And what's your life for your other two Children to go through to see their brother in this type of condition? Great. It's been tough, You know, T J has a twin sister and there again, obviously very close. Yeah, Talbot is and T. J are twins. Um, They have an incredible relationship being twins that just it's very unique. Um, and then he has. He has an older brother tape who's only 16 months older than him and typical brothers. They're at each other's throats, but they're each other's best friends and for the other tube. To be so young and you know you can ask him. Are you okay? Are you okay? And they tell you? Yes, they tell you. Yes, but you know, until you really break them down and and find out what's bothering you talk to us. No kids don't understand why they feel the way they do. And the hospital has given us incredible resources for them to speak with, you know, pediatric psych apologised and like Making it a fun way where they don't feel like they're having like someone overly, you know, analyze them, but be able to share their emotions and realize like it's okay to be scared. It's okay to be sad. You know, you're gonna see your brother, you know, in a couple weeks, and he's going to look a little different, and he's going to be a little frail and you're gonna have to be careful like there's all normal emotions, but for an eight and a 10 year old. Child. It's It's hard, you know, we we've tried our best to keep their lives as normal as possible, you know, send them on baseball tournaments, sending the friends' houses to swim. Let grandma and Grandpa take them out for ice cream like we've tried to do as many normal things that the five of us have not been together and, you know, a month and It's hard for young kids to wrap their head around that Who doesn't want instant gratification. If you're looking for satisfaction, there's no need to wait. Credit. Carbon money is a brand new checking account where you can win cash reimbursements.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

07:26 min | 4 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"The next bench and i hit like sixty eight yards and then my range finders flash flash flash if anybody has has a like arranged ever hit the button and it's like flashing change your battery. It's probably been flashed me since i was mule. Deer hunt early september. I just before season starts putting extra battery in your backpack. A new one in twenty thirty two buddy smart dollars or two of them that much so anyway. that's great. So flash flashing goes blankets sixty eight. And i'm like knock it online. He nothing. i'm like nicer in my head and like well i shoot. Three's a lot. And i always pride pride myself and no judge in my yard. So i start sneaking in on him and i've had to climb out of the creek and i'm in waist high willows. And i'm trying to ease my way through the wheel and he's bedded better better. You're just looking at one pashtun. Paddles can tell. He's facing his body's running. I'm coming right at him perpendicular so. I'm not walking his head office. I'm pretty much come at him. And i can see both paddles. But i can't tell which side is bodies on is the willows are sodhi by. Can't tell bodies left bodies right and just keep working up working up and get to what i think about thirty thirty five yards. And he's starting to like raise up. Because you can see his antlers getting hires like looking. And i just stop and i get my feet set and then i just start raking the brush with my hands. Start raking the brushing. My hands and i start grunting all about then. You can just see him rockin rockin and he goes to stand up and i come to full draw and i just remember seeing like when his antlers came out he's music good ball giant. Anyone is analysts came. I was like there's no question if it was a shooter like left paddle from agassi. Like seven or eight times on the top holiyays points on once anyways i knew big and bright when he stood up. That shot broke thirty yards and watch the burying turned and ran about one hundred yards hundred and fifty yards wrapped into the creek. And i look back. Zack who's up on the hill. And i'm like thrown up my hands. Like good bad. He not doing anything. He's just running the video. This good like you know. I'm panicking on the shoulder three days earlier and i'm not proud of that. I'm telling it like it is guys. I'm being honest. That's what happened in my other buddy's hunting everybody's helped and all the emotions now the emotions are starting to because now i stuck and i him. I miss other penetration. Buried of the fletch. And i i just take off running back up to zach. That's my best. Get out of these wills. I can smell ovation in the sagebrush. And i need to see and i start run up there and i just why som- drop into their and he never came mike all right all right all right. I didn't know i did. I marched my spot. It wasn't a willows jab to narrow in the willows. So i knew where i was standing. I knew where he was like. Let's work up this ridge and we'll just keep looking down in there. We'll get on that pocket and we'd up there and he's bedded down in the water this head up and on my holy cow there. He is watching. He doesn't move. We do a little video talk. And he's he's not moving. Sneak down there. I think we gave him a full hour. We did we have our watching him. Not move i was i say out. I was like go down. Just he's a he's like we'll time is. Our friend is always what i get narrow and something man if you got the time time is your friend like you know and finally i was like go down there. And he's like his head. I will and so he's all the way down. There will come to find out. He was dead within seconds his when his head dropped. Its propped himself up. He was laying on his legs so he was bedded so called. He was dead though because he died in the uae in the water so head was laying on the bank on the shores was holding his head up and he was tucked underneath himself so we looked at a dead moose for dead on his feet. Was it and going back. Like i was videoing and it was. It's great video. I was just dead steady. I had awesome view of the whole thing. I could see sam stock moose. And after. But i'm looking through the camera view finder so i can't see great But when you go back and watch the video and the shot and him running away it's like you know right right now like. Where is the video on youtube on youtube channel called. I should should've mentioned that you can have a youtube channel called predators. Never quit and so. Yeah we got. We'll throw it in our show notes. Yeah we thank you. We got a bunch of hunts on both moves hans and elkins and mule. Deer hunts and everything on there. It's not professional footage. But it's it just shows what we love to do. And it's awesome hunting if outdoorsman. You don't care that's fine. I just wanna go watch these thoughts now. I really don't care the quality of the film cool because it is. It's both of us. So one of us was running. Camera footage turned out pretty neat and yeah so to go back on that note. I do wanna i wanna make a bull that i did hit in the shoulder so i get home and i put it on a big screen and i watched the slow mo i put it in slo mo and at the willows. That bull sees me and i'm at full draw and he's he's at full alert. Your mind feels like that was like three hours long. Yes when you're you're you're like man. I was full when you go back and watch the film it was like you barely hit your anchor point and the air is coming off you me actually. I'm at. I'm i do hold on him for a while i do the i do. I do some pretty good read. Like as far repetition as my like you know pick my spa breathe. Push poll and i did on him. And that's why. I think i was so fresh and when i got back to as i did not aim for that shoulder. I held off shoulder. I can tell. He had a silver spot on that shoulder. I told these guys vividly. I said i held off of that shoulder. Silver spot. I vividly remember when i put it in slo mo you watch video that bowl sees me and right as you see my arm break when my when my release goes off that bowl turns to look at me and he he rolls about eight inches his whole head everything pivotal and it drops. That arm goes back about ten inches and it puts that big shoulder bone right. Where the vitals are it stops. That aero aero hits so vitally when it stops that the fledging almost comes up and hits him in. That's when he turned aero fell out of him and he didn't do zero penetration. It was two inches. I got the broadhead and a little more in and then it bounded. That was it was crazy but that's to go back on it. That's that's what it was. That was two days or three days earlier. Yeah two and a half days or they're more than that it was it was because we stayed over there and hunted him forever. He was a he was a big bowl like we weren't quitting because we wanted but when he went into the other unit that is when the next morning is when we say all right. We'll just three days. Yeah yeah and we knew anything about us. We send our two buddies over there just in case he came back but he'd completely left the unit to take your own tagline predators. Gotta keep once in a lifetime tag. You've got season. you're there you. And i knew that i didn't it wasn't like i had fatally wounded him where i was. I mean. we tracked him for days in fresh snow and we tracked him just dry tracked and looking to hunt him like and then when he went into the other unit then we were kind of our hands. Were tied and so. That's when we left but we sent buddies over. They're still after him. You know so yeah. i mean. We didn't quit. We didn't quit. And we thought after it and we got another one and made the perfect shot that.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"To killing people. That's that's your lane. That's what you guys do okay. But when it comes to having an opinion about this Whatever happened to this whole government of the people thing you know. Oh all the sudden people. Your opinion doesn't really matter because this person has served more than you have by the way if you wanna even like i was saying before. This logic is ridiculous. The idea that somebody can't have an opinion on something because they've never been a part of it. I mean it's it's so absurd. It's like you know i really. I think the crips are a really brutal gang in their killing. All these people well. Have you ever been okay. Well until well. I've been equipped for ten years. So let me tell you something. You've you have zero days of being a gang banger. So you're going to criticize gang bangers now okay whose opinion is really worth more here. And so it's it's just like i don't know what to say the most idiotic logic you could imagine three days earlier. This guy was at a meeting going. Wait a second. you're putting pregnant bitches up in my airplanes. Well that's the funny thing about all these fucking these guys like all of these you know like the raytheon and the pentagon and the cia pretending. They're woke. These are the most like fucking chauvinistic organizations imaginable By the way the military You know for all the they can come down. Carlson for sensitive comments here the military's gotta pretty big rape problem by the way that never really came up in the whole metoo movement or any of that shit but oh yeah they'll get a huge fucking rate problem. Go look at the number of women who report being sexually assaulted during their service in the military. Oh yeah and what do they do with them. What do they do with them when they come forward. Oh well you gotta go bring that you know. You can't bring that to a court. That bill that al franken was trying to push failed. No you gotta bring that to your Direct superior. Even if he is the one who did it is still gotta bring it on over to him but yeah no no no. It's all about woke shirt and inclusivity and all this bullshit but anyway so but even if you wanted to go by their dumb ass argument that well. I want to listen to people who have actually served. Those are the opinions that matter. That are more important okay. What percentage of active duty military want us to pull out of iraq. What percentage of them wanted to afghanistan. Oh yes super majorities. But of course that that opinion it never gets applied to that. You know what i mean like. That never never goes like. Oh you know In two thousand twelve the active duty military gave more money to ron paul than every other republican candidate combined when the opinion of the military people who have actually served doesn't favor the military industrial complex. Then we don't really have to focus on on their opinion too much then. Then then this whole argument goes out the window Anyway let's play some more from the person with more experience than us combat operations at sea and in garrison and so he was talking specifically about pregnant women in the armed forces today and how it makes us less less lethal and less fit and less ready. Let me tell you where he's wrong. Those decisions were made by medical professionals by commanders in our civilian leadership that allows for women to have more time with their children to recuperate to get fit and ready to take that time. That's necessary our medical professionals know is needed actually makes us a more lethal and ready and fifth force ready to fight the wars of today in the wars of tomorrow the bottom line is that we value women in our in our armed forces. We value the those that have served in the past. We value those that have served today. We value our families in the military. I want to say. God bless everyone that is serving today. God bless the women that are serving today. God bless the men and women that are serving. Today god bless our country our partners and our allies. Let's get back to work. Let's remember that those opinions were made by an individual who has never served a day in his life. Let's remember at all about drama. Tv god bless america. Semper fidelis so i. I will say i think aside from just being stupid. But what's really chilling is just how wildly inappropriate it is for a representative of the marines to come out and just say oh by the way this this opinion that a political commentator gave is a bad opinion. It doesn't it doesn't count because he hasn't had service and that's just bullshit drama tv okay. It's not exactly them coming out and like saying you don't have a right to to say that but it's it. It seems like something out of an authoritarian regime. You know because we kind of are one. Hey.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:32 min | 4 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What do we care? Okay, Then you go first. What's your take? My biggest takeaway from that whole thing was Look, I know millions of people watched it. But like who asked for it, who really asked for what happened. Behind the scenes. I mean, was anybody desperately wanting to know this, with so many things going on in the world. I kind of forgot about that story. I kind of forgot about like why they left where they are now. I wasn't like that interested in it. But then, of course afterwards, everybody made a big thing of it and what they said. I just feel kind of disconnected. I don't really care that much. So your takeaways who needed it? Well, you're the one who said we have to talk about it. The whole world is talking about it. We don't have the Royals here. We don't have the Royals here. It's not like our monarchy. If they're bad people, they're bad people. I mean, it's terrible, but it doesn't affect May Uh, that's that's what you wanted to talk about. Yeah, that's what I wanted to talk about. Let me be Oprah with you. Did you think any relevant points came out that you were glad that came out? I'll tell you what I really appreciate it. Again, Assuming this is all true. I liked how candid and honest they were about what really goes on that. It's not this picture perfect royal family situation. There are apparently a lot of ugly things going on. And people having these conversations because I could believe all of that is true. Don't you watch the crown? I don't watch the crown. Oh, great show, So okay for somebody who watches the crown When you heard these revelations, were you surprised? Surprised? That's not where I'm going. You remember the first time we saw Meghan Markle on suits. How beautiful she was like we didn't know anything about her. She showed up and she was such a gorgeous girl with a beautiful smile. I love the right away. She sat there the other day. With that face that smile. And poise. She was so intelligent and so well spoken. Then I was taken by her and I really woz and I would say the same for Prince Harry. He is someone I always thought was admirable. I think those two Children, William and Harry were very well. Educated Raised They were credits to their country. They're both served in the military. They both learned how to fly helicopters. I was very, very impressed, and when he was asked the question as well. I like the way he was thoughtful. He took a pregnant pause here in there to make sure he answered correctly. And I was very, very impressed. By them is individual. So for a show that always says package yourself is it's important that the products you package I thought they did a great job. However. What the heck just happened. I don't understand what happened. I don't understand the end game. None of it made sense. They ruin so many things, And for what reason they're already out. They're living in another life, and if they wanted to set the record straight did they have to give all those details? I think that they wanted to explain. What really goes on, and people have an image of the Royals. And maybe that image is unfounded that they they want to kind of, say it. Listen, not everything is so peachy clean. Why would they want to say what goes on behind the scenes? That's not what they were doing Just that they were dropping bombs. And what do you think the purpose was? They weren't doing a flyover. They were dropping bombs. That's the point. I don't understand the purpose. I look at it from a business point of view, Okay? Some of it's harsh some of its cruel, but let's get into it for a second. Why, in the world that they have to tell the world they were married three days before their wedding ceremony? Two billion people watch that ceremony live on television. It was the event of the decade. It was a beautiful affair. It had all the pomp and circumstance. You don't like the rules fine. But you have to admire the dignity and the beauty of the ceremony and ALS. These things that are dating back 1200 years. Everyone watched it. Why in the world would they admit they were married three days earlier. Makes no sense and the part that really, really is the one that's beyond belief. I guess they're two parts about not giving her any support with their mental health. You got to give a credit. I mean for her to stand up and say if she was contemplating suicide, why would you do that to yourself unless you really felt compassionate, But the thing that I didn't understand is the issue of The biggest mismanagement. Relationships and community and communication in the history of the world took place. Over the son, Archie. If it's true. That they singled Archie out to be the only one who wouldn't be named the Prince. Who is the son or daughter of the prince. This is terrible. And you want to talk about dropping the ball. Prince Charles has had a difficult time. He's lucky. Lucky. That his mother lasted solo. And the fact that E can't believe this. The Prince Harry pick Megan Marco Ah Person of mixed race a person of color. Brought the whole world together. It was one of the greatest triumphs in the history of the monarchy. Everybody loved it and supported the fact that Charles put his arm around her, will walk down the aisle with her and embraced her and took her under his wing. Took Charles from whatever he was before, which was with baggage. And put him at the top of the world and put him in a position that people would like. I mean, look at him differently, and they blew it. This is inconceivable to may. And if the truth is if they had ideas that they didn't like this marriage. And they were going to be punishment. A social why don't they talk about it up front? Why.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on AP News

"In her three Oh 11 on their six game road trip after a 63 comeback win over the Blackhawks, Yanni Gord Andre plotting Victor Hedman each score power play goals in the second period. Pat Maroons 1/100 career goal also came with the man advantage, giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals. Board finished with two goals and two assists as the Lightning improved to 17 4 in two tops in the central Division. All their goals came after the Blackhawks built a three Nothing lead. Matea she and Mark had a goal and an assist for Chicago. I'm Dave Ferrie, Michigan State may have punched his ticket to the NC, double a tournament with a 70 64 win over second ranked Michigan that gives the Spartans wins and five of their last seven games. Three of those coming against top five conference rivals Rocket what Sporting 21 points and Aaron Henry added 18 to help. The Spartans improved to 15 and 11. Overall, Michigan finished without senior guard Eli Brooks, who hurt his left ankle early in the game. Michigan State may have punched his ticket to the NC, double a tournament with a 70 64 win over second ranked Michigan. That gives the Spartans wins and five of their last seven games three of those coming against top five conference rivals. The Wolverines hammer the Spartans three days earlier to wrap up the Big 10 title rocket what Sporting 21 points and Aaron Henry added 18 to help the Spartans improved to 15 and 11 overall. Reserve Sandy Brown scored 13 points to lead the Wolverines. Michigan finished without senior guard Eli Brooks, who hurt his left ankle early in the game. I'm Dave Ferrie. Thank you for with Metro By T Mobile your hard earned money goes further.

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Michigan State beats No. 2 Michigan 70-64, boosts NCAA hopes

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Michigan State beats No. 2 Michigan 70-64, boosts NCAA hopes

"Michigan state may have punched its ticket to the NC double a tournament with a seventy sixty four win over second ranked Michigan that gives the Spartans wins in five of their last seven games three of those coming against top five conference rivals the Wolverines hammered the Spartans three days earlier to wrap up the big ten title rocket watts forty twenty one points off ladies team good you know what I'm you scorn but you know when I do score and noises Bangor a little great city teen parent Henry added eighteen to help the Spartans improved to fifteen eleven overall reserve chante brown scored thirteen points to lead the Wolverines Michigan finished without senior guard Eli Brooks who hurt his left ankle early in the game I'm the ferry

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"three days earlier" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"To leave carl moving with her after the holidays in nineteen ninety one early nineteen ninety one right. This is something. Carl would really deny but cola would say this was the case but there's no way to prove it either way because christina wouldn't be around to tell anyone what she was planning no christmas nineteen ninety was the last time kellett would see her sister just days later new years of nineteen ninety one thirty year old christina died in the house fire turns out that she got trapped in a bathroom that was behind boarded window. Her death seemed to be the result of a series of coincidences. Yes so that day. The children were napping and carl was working in the garage and christina was taking a bath. Carl said he heard christina yelling at him to save the children. Then carl came out of the garage and saw smoke coming from the house. So according to karl he ran to his son. Levi's room i and he didn't hear levi calling him but he broke the window. He said he managed to pull levi out the window then. He ran to his daughters. Aaron in katie's bedroom window. He said he heard erin telling katie. Daddy's coming he said that six-year-old year old managed to get three year old katie up on a dresser beneath the window and by jumping. Carl said that he was able to remove the screen and then the window and both girls grabbed onto curl and he ran the children out to his pickup truck and then he drove away with the three children to the neighbor's house where he called for help. But of course he left christina to die in that fire. It would be way too late for her by the time he got help. Yes so this. A few things are a little bothersome about this story from carl. I can't quite picture how he's able to jump up and repeatedly jumping and grabbing at the screen and getting screened out and then getting the window open right. That sounds a little farfetched to me. Well there's a lot of things about the story. But i think what was the most upsetting early on for cristina's family was why didn't he try and save her or no. That'd be the biggest thing that is the biggest thing with this story and we're going to talk a lot about that. Carl claimed not to have heard any screaming from christina. These said he tried but couldn't save her. According to charles. The bathroom window was boarded up because christina had accidentally broken it three days earlier when it was stuck shut and she had tried to use a plunger to open it. They don't know what kind of sense that makes. Have you ever tried to open a window with a plunger heaven okay. Maybe it's a thing. But i've never heard of it so would you do you get it too. Attached to the window. I guess you use suction and try and pull it up that way. I mean i kind of get the idea. I don't care not gonna work now. It doesn't seem like it would be effective because a plunger is not gonna work well moving upward like that anyway. That's what karl set..

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"three days earlier" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Her life and her families lives at the time of her murder yen when investigators looked into humphries past most of the charges against him were from women being abused or violence against women or threatening women or even telling several women that he would kill them definitely after the women. We'll problem with women back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Humphrey barricaded himself in a house in wouldn't turn himself in now. The warrant they had for his arrest was for an alleged kidnapping and aggravated battery against a girlfriend. So sheriff had surrounded the house then they shot tear gas into the house through the windows and dragged him out so that was serious. Very serious. Very humphry enjoyed getting physical with women like to control them like the. Tell them to do things for him absolutely. He had an ex wife who is really deathly afraid of him. Yeah those detectives will hear some stories. That's for sure elber sandy's former coworkers said that she was dependable but that she did mostly keep her personal life private still some of them shared stories of what had been unsan mind in the weeks before her murder. They knew that she'd been the victim of rape kidnapping by humphrey and detectives asked everyone. She knew about tony pontecorvo. But he was soon cleared of suspicions. He'd been cooperative. Tony was willing to give polices fingerprints and dna to eliminate him forensically clearly guy with nothing to hide so the police went to to humphry to get his alibi. He had a good reason to what sandy dead so the police department needed to hear from him. They needed to know what he was doing at the time. Sandy was murdered. The brandon athletic club where he worked was in a strip mall and he'd been a personal trainer at the gym for a while. Now he seemed popular with the female customers at the club and he had a way of working himself into the lives of the women he was training. They found out from him that he had married ashley three days earlier just one day before the murder. He refused to talk saying he wanted to help. But they'd have to go through his attorney and even wrote down his attorney's name and number on a piece of paper and gave it to the detective so they left with really not finding out anything prosecutor who had been working. The sexual assault case against humphry was really shocked to hear the sandy had been killed. She believed that it had to be done in retaliation for sandy's testimony in the upcoming sexual assault trial. There just wasn't any other motive for someone who wants. Sandy did exactly that. The weapon used in the murder. A twenty two caliber ruger semiautomatic pistol made. Investigators think of a hired killer. The small caliber weapon had bullets break apart. Easily upon impact with bones and during the deposition on the assault and rape humphries attorney described. Sandy and humphries relationship as consensual and described. The rape and confinement is just part of their relationship. It was a situation all made up by sandy. He said but humphrey was really living in his own fantasy world. He was a psychopathic stalker. Not just with sandy but with most of his former lovers or women who he thought he wanted as a lever. Yeah that case which is scheduled for trial in june. Two thousand three ended up being postponed to august just weeks before sandy has murdered. If convicted humphry could be imprisoned for ten years. He had told several people that he couldn't do another day in prison. That he will even kill himself. I but now. With andy murdered and unable to testify against him..

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No. 6 Kansas gets 11th Big 12 road win in row, 93-64 at TCU

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

No. 6 Kansas gets 11th Big 12 road win in row, 93-64 at TCU

"Just when it seemed like gloom and doom after a twenty five point loss to number four Texas three days earlier the sixth ranked Kansas Jayhawks responded with that ninety three sixty four road victory against T. C. U. David McCormack led K. you in scoring with twenty points the J. hawks now nine into shot sixty four percent from the field in the opening half K. U. tied its own record for the most consecutive road wins in the big twelve with eleven I'm Greg Eklund

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"three days earlier" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"When the week began, President Donald Trump was in Walter Reed Medical Center, where he spent the weekend with come in 19. Three days earlier, he had announced that he and first lady Melania have the Corona virus. When the president left for the hospital rumors began swirling. Many suggested things were much worse than the president staff let on. Some said he might not make it out alive. There are already discussing how to hold an election with the deceased president. Over the weekend. He addressed the nation from the hospital and the president was strong. All things considered. When he returned home on Monday and again spoke to the nation was clear that he avoided the worst, especially in light of the risk factors due to his age. Still, the Democrats in the Senate saw this is perhaps their last hope to derail a Supreme Court nomination of the highly qualified any Cockney Barrett. I discussed the effort with Senator Marco Rubio on the Hewitt show. Some of the other thing I want to talk about is any Cockney Barrett I have a column in the Washington Post that Mitch McConnell is the indispensable man because of the great court, Chet holding up in the Scalia seat. Breaking the filibuster on Neil Gorsuch standing by Brett Kavanaugh and assuring a vote for Amy Cockney Barrett. I think that saves the United States Constitution along with the 53 appeals court judges for the next generation of law. What do you make of my premise? No, I think it's right. I mean, look at the bottom, and the courts are incredibly important. And here's the thing. Mitch McConnell has done what Chuck Schumer would do. He was with the majority leader. He would do all those tactics, the only difference between us and them. You wouldn't have three or four major networks going crazy as if you're somehow violating the law is that there's no constitutional legal question here, not zero, but they pretend like they're is on DH That's going on. And in the end, you know Amy coming. Barrett was a liberal liberal people's mind and on the media's mind right now, I mean she would be on the cover of Vogue. They've already been making a movie about, you know, they're all kind of stuff was going on about how great she is. Look, it is what it is. We got. We're going to do what we know is right. You know that There are billions of people in this country to feel the same way and don't care about other people are saying she's highly qualified. No one that you have a hearing. We'll see how that goes. And then obviously, you know, there'll be a vote on the floor and assuming everything is the way I expect it to be with her, given what I know about her and have known about it for the better part of three years. I anticipate that she is going to be confirmed and in the Senate and the president of a pointer and still take her seat on the bench, the buzz among the conference as you talk to your colleagues will that happen before the election? Well, if the plan is to have a hearing next week, in judiciary and in a vote following week, and then in the committee and then and then also, obviously a week after that, but the Senate would come in and confirm it. And that's the plan. Obviously, you know things can change because you don't know what the next few weeks will bring. But that's the plan and whether it's before or shortly after I anticipated to be before you have a lot of colleagues are on the ballot. You are not yourself running. Susan Collins in Maine, who I think may have the greatest influence of the Senate of anybody. And certainly a lot of courage. David Purdue in Georgia, Thom Tillis in North Carolina, Cory Gardner in Colorado. Martha McSally in Arizona, Joni Ernst in Iowa. And, of course, Steve Danger, Montana. How do you feel about holding the Senate right now? It's gonna be a battle. Each state has got his own different dynamic, you know, And in Georgia, we have two Senate races, including Kellie Lawson, who is going to end up in a sort of scrambled runoff in January, so that one really got a different structure to it. These are all great candidates. They're the only people on the planet that have a chance of winning as a Republican. They're all great senators. I mean, really. It's one of these weird things where all these really good senators having to be on the ballot. Contentious year They're being outraged, even though they're raising more than Republicans ever have. You know that left localized 5 10 15 $20 checks that are not coming from from the center. They're coming from radical left of centre groups. Who have an agenda if they think they could carry out so, But I think they're all working very hard, and I feel cautiously optimistic about our chances to win these runs Each one of these races has unique dynamics, and we've got great candidates and every single one of them with a great story about what they've done in their time. In this new book, the Heart of a Great Nation, which is the quotes in the essays and the quips of Ronald Reagan right in the forward. I think Reagan would join me Marco Rubio and believing that the biggest threat America's values. Today is our national divisiveness. Senator I have never seen anything like this weekend. And when the president returned to the White House if I could play for you just a couple of quick, quick clips, cut number nine Erin Burnett on CNN. So let me start with you. Dr. Reiner. What we're seeing here really looks like It's like something out of North Korea. The dear leader comes out right with the magnificent helicopter entrance and up the stairs and off goes the mascots. He pauses, and I want to go to number 10 Jim Acosta at CNN. That's right, Wolf. They'll try to ask.

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Nagasaki urges nuke ban on 75th anniversary of US A-bombing

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Nagasaki urges nuke ban on 75th anniversary of US A-bombing

"City of Nagasaki, marking the 75th anniversary of the U. S atomic bombing on August 9th, the city's mayor and a dwindling number of survivors Calling on world leaders to doom or to bring a nuclear weapons ban. It was at 11 02 AM Nagasaki survivors stood in silence, marking the moment in American B 29 dropped a £10,000 a plutonium bomb. Dubbed Fat Man. More than 70,000 were killed three days earlier. On August 6th, the US dropped a bomb on Hiroshima in the first ever nuclear attack, killing 140,000 people. Japan surrendered on August 15th marking the end of World War two. Many survivors of the two bombings developed cancer and other illnesses from exposure. To radiation.

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Chicago - Fourth Cook County Jail Inmate Dead After Testing Positive For COVID-19

Steve Cochran

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - Fourth Cook County Jail Inmate Dead After Testing Positive For COVID-19

"A fourth county jail cook county jail inmate has died after testing positive for coved Carl Batiste had been in the jail since January fifteenth after being booked for a murder three days earlier Batista had been hospitalized since last Tuesday after testing positive for the virus he died yesterday afternoon covert nineteen has not yet been positively determined as the cause of

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Chicago - Fourth Cook County Jail inmate dies after testing positive for COVID-19

Nick Digilio

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - Fourth Cook County Jail inmate dies after testing positive for COVID-19

"A fourth cook county jail inmate has died after testing positive for covert nineteen properties had been in jail since January fifteenth after being booked for murder three days earlier Batiste had been hospitalized since last Tuesday after testing positive for the virus he died yesterday afternoon cover nineteen has not yet been positively determined as the cause of death

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China seeks to identify cause of mystery pneumonia infecting 44

Bloomberg Finance

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

China seeks to identify cause of mystery pneumonia infecting 44

"Lam a mysterious lung infection in the central Chinese city of Wuhan is being monitored by the World Health Organization the W. H. O. said it's in active communication with its counterparts in China where an investigation is under way to determine the cause as of Friday forty four people had been diagnosed with pneumonia the cause of which is unknown that's up from twenty seven people three days earlier eleven people are in serious

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President, Three Days And Two Weeks discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

03:37 min | 2 years ago

President, Three Days And Two Weeks discussed on Joyce Kaufman

"Night right well the president has now disavowed that chant from last night saying he disavows the sent her back chant saying I was not happy with it I disagreed with it he said he tried to kind of stop it he said I think I did I started speaking very quickly and as far as I know he's going to get ripped to shreds for that as you let it go on he did what they'll say but with a cut if you've watched as many rallies is I know we all have I you do know as far as chance go that one was pretty short lived yeah and so anyway I venture splitting hairs are gas but trump says yes I started speaking very quickly I love what Peter Baker of The New York Times writes you know just fair and balanced no bias whatsoever says trump of course was the one who said go back just three days earlier which does not seem all that different from sent her back if you look at the original tweet and I wasn't a fan of the original tweet but that's just a dishonest piece of analysis there from The New York Times Hey if you hate this country so much go back there fix it come back tell us how to do it that's different from saying we need to deport somebody we need to send them back yes I mean in the end I really do believe this there will be people just arguing was it racist or not because some people don't see it is racist and I know to you know a lot of liberals that think it absolutely was that will make no sense if you're just trying to understand people if you're really legitimately trying to understand where people are coming from to say well the whole center back thing is kind of like the love it or leave it sentiment that's been around the United States for a long time as far as I know that didn't used to be racist it's a love it or leave it and so for some people that's the intent but we don't know everybody's heart that was at the rally last night and chanting it you don't know well you know people freaking out today like it was the end of days and make a Brzezinski says this is pure evil whoa hold on a second there was no inciting violence last night this is an at and T. for rally what people are getting you know brain hemorrhages the mind this isn't Maxine waters going on saying you need to go harass anybody who has anything to do with this administration cracked so I mean just proper perspective I think is a good idea you're just not going to get that on cable news but I think most people in America you know they really like all those funny for all of that's that's kind of scary di I don't I don't like that you know or although president is stoking racism whatever in the end two weeks from now is this story going to matter much probably not ma'am unless he actually starts a center back to eat chant but if he's already disavowing them that's not gonna happen so you would guess if that chance starts again at another rally he's gonna say all we don't want to do that well the line tonight will be able to present this about but we all know secretly he is a racist anyway he's just saying that he doesn't mean

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Arizona man killed by exploding Takata airbag in Honda Civic

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona man killed by exploding Takata airbag in Honda Civic

"Another death is being blamed on a faulty exploding Takata airbag AP's. Mike Rossier reports. This most recent case points out holes in the regulatory system a driver in Buckeye Arizona who Honda says died in June twenty eighteen from injuries sustained three days earlier from an exploding Takata airbag inflator had purchased the two thousand two Honda Civic less than three months before the crash. There is no federal requirement for used car sellers to repair vehicles or to inform buyers of any unrepaired. Recall problems Honda says it mailed twelve recall notices over three years to the previous owners of the civic Honda records show repairs were never done worldwide at least twenty four people have died from exploding Takata

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"three days earlier" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"My question is about. Made it easier for presidents to go to war. Really great question. And the moment that happened. At least a moment that made a big difference was Lyndon Johnson of all people in nineteen sixty seven. This is one of his good deeds. He realized that the Vietnam war was being too much wage by soldiers who were poor and African American and Latino and college students, especially white college students were getting away with not going because they had to ferments no names mentioned. So Johnson took those deferments away. And he was and he knew what the cost would be. And he was right. The second those deferments when the protest on the campuses really became much louder and more fevered, and it was much harder for him to maintain that war. But I on our Johnson for feeling that if you're waging a war sacrifice must be born by all Americans as equally as possible. So that was something he preached and practiced. It's something that doesn't happen enough in our own time. And I'm not just talking about conscription. But other ways we have been in the war in Afghanistan for seventeen years. If you're a Martian who arrived here and walk down the street, there wouldn't be much sign that we're a nation at war. And that says to me that we're not all bearing the sacrifice equally. I think the founders would be chagrined. Thank you so much, sir. Hi, good morning. I like to think sometimes about the path that wasn't chosen and about like if Bobby Kennedy had become president. And I was wondering do you have a favorite almost president or person who would've thought would've made a big difference in the course of history? Maybe with some of these wars, Bobby Kennedy would have been a great president. Lyndon. Johnson would not agree with me. And one scene. I've got in. My book is the third of April nineteen sixty eight LBJ had pulled out of the race three days. Earlier RFK went to see him at the White House. Try new LBJ wouldn't support him. But at least to get him not to oppose as energetically as otherwise he might and so Kennedy goes with the cabinet room. And he says to Johnson, Mr President, you're a brave and dedicated man and LBJ says I didn't quite hear that. Brave and dedicated now with that are FA Johnson was taping the conversation which secretly which indeed he was so candidate goes out of the room. I tell the story and Johnson says get that tape transcribe quickly as possible. I want to leak the part about brave and dedicated man Kennedy actually said that to me and Johnson's a Larry temple who told me the story comes back and said, Mr President the tape recorded and the work we think that RFK came into the room carrying a scrambler. So we've got nothing and Johnson was furious. Thank you so much for asking. Well, that is all the time. We have thank you so much for a wonderful. Thank you. Thank you. So much. Thank you..

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"three days earlier" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You know, in what they've been able to do. I think you know one things been tough this year. I mean, obviously the NSA was some of the new rules they've they cut down the number of practices. We have four less practice year. They really crammed it in too tight window where last year you were able to give the guy some day off and let the guys rest and try to stay a little healthier. And you know the say, rules this year of kind of, I don't know why they just crammed it in. So you know that the health of the team got to worry trying to keep guys healthy, I, but but our guys have really had a great attitude of buying in to what we're trying to do. I, you know, I think there's a standard that we expect in a bar. We expect them the rich. I don't know that we're there, but I think for them. Is not for a lack of their effort. It's a lack of their learning how to do it the way we want it done and the effort we needed done. But I think they've really tried to to work their tail off. Our guys have bought in how to real positive attitude in everything we've asked them to do on that insead rule because sometimes we've had other games. Were you have one school that's in class and other ones not? Does that factor into it or is it just a hindrance? Well, no, it's huge. I think what they did this year is it kind of, you know, if you know they went from twenty nine to twenty five practices and the window of which you could have those practices shrunk. So for example, we had to practice on the day of final exams. I've never liked to do that for students. We had to practice on the first day of school. I've never liked to do that for students just because they didn't give us the flexibility to say, hey, we're going to instead it what we're going to start maybe three days earlier training camp so that you know the the day of final exams. We don't have any football. We can concentrate on Akkad. Chemics of, but that that's that's just how the schedule they wrote up. They wrote up for this year and the rules they put into place. So we just have to follow. You've been there've been times when you've had difficult openers. Sometimes the second game is a conference game which is and your case with Kentucky, how, how do you approach the first couple of games because you clearly have time to prepare once the season starts? It's pretty frenetic. Yeah, I think it has. I mean, it's kind of funny we're we Charleston southern last year and open when Charleston southern again this year, you know, Kentucky's attain that, you know, Mark and I have a lot of now gone against each other every single year. So you know, within those two games, there's there is a little bit of background of as a coach of having a play. But I think early in the season, a lot of times you're very focused on yourself as a team. Are we executing a redoing the things we need to do or we coming out and. You try to simulate game situations, put guys in in those situations as much as possible during training camp..

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"three days earlier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The democrats lost their nerve and the shutdown battle is lost their nerve the way you see it i do i do things really uh there was a a real moment where things flipped yesterday in a a caucus meeting of the senate democrats where a number of the their members from states as you mentioned were donald trump one who are looking at their reelection on the line just basically got up and said you know the shutdown is not is not playing well it's backfiring and um i think the democrats here have learned what republicans have learned in the past which is that number one a shut down as a pretty lousy way to try to achieve something that you cannot achieve from the opposition through legislation and number two that whatever party has the white house has the upper hand in this kind of situation your article lantern republican robocalls going out in all those key swing states that clinton were supposed to win but didn't michigan ohio pennsylvania and wisconsin saying democrats prioritised illegal immigrants over american citizens that was the content of the robocalls didn't get democratic leadership assume that those kinds of caused would be made when they decided on the shutdown strategy just three days earlier um i you know i don't know precisely what their assumptions were because the fact is that they themselves have done some polling last month that you know we all the.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the concert and that was really special but you know three days earlier we have traveled to pakistan for a concert bombing thought we started capital four or five times are the bombing involved uh three weeks earlier we're it was really get into the show we look for you to be the best show booths what because they never had a concert in your pocket so i'm just not we keep easy you know i mean didn't want to solve those doing and you're like literally crying at the concert you know at the end of it and it was that was another expand that will through specially least places where he the chad hoffman did i misunderstand uwwtd you say that you are a lonely awkward kid i think so i big i'm doing it for that her there but uh it's interesting michael in florida i didn't happen to be hobbies music was time main focus like i said i wasn't good music i knew i wanted to deal with putting know what to do something classic game a little older and acclimated to isn't become a dj and indicated he's the political shooter reporters are that was something that actually do uh for the title of these formula how they grow a lot and you know something else for that devil how does this work is they're like dj beef do you beef with calvin harris or anything like that there's all kinds of beef uh it's a very silly easy to be honest like there's not there's nothing really cool upping your tj um and so you actually if you get a chance i had a show we were reproduce for vice think what was it both doing how's the patio that'd be life and when it's like the bdg and the next show actually be calvin harris as sort of a parody uh i heavy rubix accounting here i love him the death looks good since she gotta shows zip laws with us give me two new documentary about major lasers concert in downtown advantage cuba debuts this friday only on apple music uh do i you marvel at the amount of money that djs are making like whenever you dreamed of whatever the.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Fence coaches probably to a fault i talk about how many hours they work in its partly because i've been around a little bit of the college level i see all the fill we make fun of the tape but i watch all the film and all the time they put an and plays are designed to work the guy's got to go out there and actually execute the plays though so i defend the coaches more than most in this case though thing has the best essentially be started over and they look at the press conferences that can't be the face of the franchise you can't and i've got to look at the table evaluating a game that you just the centrally embarrassed yourselves in when in fact he said we're going to start a streak three days earlier when the season's running out coach when's the streak store might he said we've got to put together a one how 'bout you start with one win while beyond the proof is in the performance and the performance speaks to a john efficiency is said to you guys are set to via last week just watch as this week if we lose this week than you can you can call us quitters essential is what he saying uh uh and i i don't think anybody really wants to be known as that especially team that had such high expectations for themselves and i think everybody did everybody was just lauding the fact that they had a great season last year they blame me of the lost to green bay in on the playoffs on the guy's gone down on a boat prior to it which should make any sense yeah yeah the oda himself to appear in the season getting on all fours and act like a dog in philadelphia you've had been suspended you have one defense back you i ap seemed like he has the answers for everything other than playing on the field as he wants a cultural change will tell you will call exchanges i don't need my defensive back in the middle of the end zone running off the field tried to avoid contact that i'm sorry that is definitely a problem and that problem goes right to the feet.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The importance of getting our community and the public at large the information they deserve and we're doing everything we can do to support law enforcement's efforts to do so therefore it is not appropriate for us to comment further at this time at on what remains an open matter for law enforcement and it makes you wonder it could be maybe there are parts of it that aren't accurate because part of that uh revised time line was that paddock checked in three days earlier there i reported naiding on september 25th and is that something like that or we talking about the time line specifically on that night because uh the there was another report here from cbs that talked about on choose stay on yesterday afternoon uh let me get back to adhere uh the there was a one of mcmurry hill in fact uh this was the undersheriff kevin mckay hill was on nevada public radio and he was talking about the the maintenance worker you know and so are the maintenance worker arrived on the thirty second floor than all of a sudden and then the security guard was there in than they were riddled with the universe just hundreds of bullets i think some two hundred rounds or something you fired in that moment and then he turn but a panic turn to start shooting out the window but that raised a lot of questions from that statement now the may hill went on to reiterate and here's the you know the important part of of that because of the questions of of come up wi was the response what why the laps and response time i think that's been the biggest question with a new time line there's there's their holes in that time line and people were willing what was lost by what an angle let me finish your of mcnary hill who said i can tell you this the quote i can tell you that first respond to resources were on the scene very very quickly again that's on the vat a public radio yesterday brides i just saw a a headline on on fox news.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Not sore right now that he is is going to help us do you know we'll monitoring joe we talked to joe about it were were were monitoring malik were were were keeping or or openly talked about orgy frequently in for a workouts so as baltimore ravens owners deeply shouted yesterday talking about the possibility the question of whether or not former san francisco forty them's quarterback cohen cabinet could become a baltimore ravens and all that would entail controversy the everything and what you the fans might feel about the considering his neil a coetzee's stay at says neil his seat seated position in reference that while the subject professor this the final day what should please go to wbalcom slashed ravens and i want you to vote for your ravens top twenty five players of all time okay so i want you to go i want you to go there vote vote vote for the baltimore ravens top twenty five players of all time it's actually thursday okay voted thursday body will end at midnight as well in this was going to be made lori will end of midnight so please go there and make your vote hurt please doctor top 25 ravens of walter right now that we're talking about concrete solutions with you to while we're talking about this earlier today the butterball ravens serb join even quarterback josh wardrobe don't ask me healy as i've never before he would josh wardrobe and they waved david also the are really quarterback who is at the three three days earlier besides riot ballot and dustin vaughn okay would already have yes can we talk about malott first second i'll please don't go there you heard what happened this week all right air the mayor's dirty laundry what happened professor supposedly mr mallett through five intercepts in restless in practice with controlled defenseman said you know mouth is there should be thrown into the game purple right that was to be also anyway thank you professor for that that's why why do you think they're looking for another quarterback i despair that so anyway colin kaepernick could be in that line is trying to seek quarterbacks i'm trying to get your take on how you would feel about that considering his status that he's already said this year at what he got w left the forty dollars he is not going to do the.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on Kind World

Kind World

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on Kind World

"I ask constantly when president trump signed an executive order banning travel from seven majority muslim countries in january this was the scene at some us airports meanwhile one family in portland maine was watching every development with great concern they just arrived three days earlier from iraq and now they waited wondering if they ever again see the daughter they left behind to them her life was at stake the father of this family is lead beadle beadle feet he sits on a wooden chair with his eyes closed will he's drums you years ago he would play the stringed instrument for us troops in northern iraq when he served as an interpreter back then he knew his work for the united states made him and his family targets for terrorists close your workhorse workhorse where the invaders locals worked with them porsche betrayal she and later they were very simple shortage iraqis who helped the us were indeed seen as traders to be slaughtered in fact beat says two of his neighbors who worked with the us in baghdad were killed one night when the b came home i saw kind of posters stuck on my door and it says the devil's of you us the three our nation and they should be punished and drops of blood an lives that was the first time for me that i felt that's myself and my family were very close to be killed we expected that they might come in second that's gonna leads twenty year old daughter the beat applied for a special visa for rockies who had worked with the us military finally in late twenties sixteen their visas arrived and the beats family could immigrate to the us.

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"three days earlier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"three days earlier" Discussed on KTRH

"Interesting report three days earlier valencia california down near you gentlemen was see in the her can valencia north of fernando valley and they were line on the ground in a starter were line on the ground in apart he looked up and he saw what he thought was like plus true is just one win in the sky after it look depth them for about a minute the reports they realize that they were not believes of all they were moving to abruptly to rapidly and they were maneuvering maneuvering very quickly relative to one another they got some very good footage with his high quality high resolution so will have that video i hope posted tour website tomorrow and the third report comes from well it's much more recent it's from this afternoon well in florence so carolina three twenty this afternoon gentlemen was outside of my arena beautiful blue sky and so the lane and that shaped let powered look in or he calls it about the size of realistic traveled writer crosses had covered about seventy degrees of hurt in about three to four seconds he estimates two seconds later a second love this one a little slow work went from overhead to their horizon in about seven dates second to report there's a lot going on your so listen are you doing in the center what do you have going on this week yeah have to if you would like to report next recall have to do a promotion shores all be a speaker turner us poland para normal conference in ocean shores washington not west of olympia clarkson is going to be speaking girl sale moves and i'm one of about five or six p crucial to speak it really looking forward to it will have a link on our website soon alright yard give the some reports double doing on thursday okay a pennsylvania public libraries waving to two cents a day fine on a children sport that was checked out more than seventy five years ago all there was finally returned the son of a guy who died brought the bookend the find would've been five hundred and fifty four dollars a charge it's the ball to since a day on that you know moment emilio kinkaid back with the on coast to coast as we talk about whispers from the wild listening to voices from the animal kingdom see crane you want to listen to something on about their scc skyway brady all it's a compact high quality receiver and you can take it anywhere.

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