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"three seven days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"three seven days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Got a question for you regarding Iraq yes so on a weekend night I'm a right your driver and I frequently sometimes four five times a day drive if you think that. to get lowered the speed limit on merit parted picking up. but you didn't bother to tell the peer to stay off the road which is a frequent happening but something else what does she do. three seven days ago seven thirty morning myself and about forty other cars that stuck behind a group of six why stick left who wrote down the middle of fifty fifty seven eighty eastbound blocking traffic nobody can get around that by the time we finally got around them almost in your Boulevard one of my past your copy. if you reach through the window I could we was gonna do to do it I really don't like interact you get he I I literally went when the lock but he and they got and one of the brand one to throw hot Cup of coffee. and I'm going reported these people other cars going on for instance and we were getting flipped off by the cycle. yesterday morning I dropped me off at the airport six AM heading west on fifty Fifth Avenue and just people jogging down fifty seven but on the bike path I called Denver police was told there was no walk the streets in the area both hi. so why can't in addition to lowering the speed limit how about starting to put traffic officers over there on a regular basis and how about forcing vision zero on the pedestrian to Jay walk who ignore the crosswalk did you get that cyclists to ignore the lock because you don't quite frankly when you're you're going after one segment of it you're ignoring the other it starts to fall off the one segment and myself one of the right your drugs hundreds and thousands of hours a dash camp I clicked it morning block George you have a very good point so two point someone make real quickly one is regarding fifty six Avenue is actually right now under designed for expansion in terms of white meaning completion as you know is not completed which brings me to the second point at a point that you're making as it is not safe right now for a bicyclist and for pedestrians really to to not to be jogging down the street one side of a dozen have curb if I remember correctly on the the refuge Salgado. right at. so so we're we're about to go in and redo fifty six Abner was part of I live a dimmer bond that was passed a twenty seventeen and since I was a representative of the city council I can taste of two thousand we had a fight to get fifty six Avenue done so the reality is that zero vision zero was not just about motorist it's also about bicyclists and pedestrians and scooters and what have you and that the goal is to get everyone to observe and to be aware of each other on the road and but taught sold also to observe the rules and the laws into your final question that you asked I will get with the district five police department and let them know that our station let them know okay Sir did you called in on and see if we can step up patrols in the area but I can tell you that the I'm with you I know how I would not imagine jogging on fifty six Avenue alright my bike for that matter not at this point George thanks your phone call what George was touching on is what I call the the militancy of some bicyclists and some pedestrians who think that they're doing their part to save the planet from these nasty motorists who are destroying it I understand the sentiment but that can be carried too far yeah and it I'll tell you to militancy is on both sides I mean we've had motorists who have intentionally rundown bicyclist on the road Mike the reality is that we ate this is our. transit situation in our in our city and our region is changing we have to get more of our streets we have our drivers had out motors have to understand bicyclists will be on the road or bicycles have to respect and understand the motors are still on the road and we have to create that synergy of of transportation multimodal transportation arose and there's no tolerance should be no tolerance for anyone aggressively going after one another and not being aware of each other on the roads the woman who was tragically killed while driving while riding her bike in a bike lane with that dump truck made a right turn and didn't see her I obviously the the dump truck dump truck driver is in the wrong even if it was an accident but when we talk about defensive driving there's something that ought to be called defense of bicycling absolutely people need to know that even if they're in the right it's not a fair fight between dump truck on a bicycle you're not going to battle when you've got that bike lane and an intersection coming up you really got to be careful to to back off and it had to be a dump truck could be a Prius you're not gonna win that battle the reality is is that you know where the your motorists are bicycles to your point our scooter for error operator for that matter you have to be aware and you have to look out for others were on the road you know the top reasons why we are seeing an accident on a roll one is aggressive driving we're seeing a lot of that on the roads into speeding and thirdly of course people distracted on the roads and more so than ever before because these little devices that we all have with us and it's unfortunate but we all have to be aware and if I'm making a right hand turn I should be looking at the river near make sure there's not a bicyclist or scooter.

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"three seven days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"three seven days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The record okay Christy taegan just learned the hard way to never poster private information he revealed in a series of tweets at last say that she accidentally posted her email address on social media loops yeah now do you think it was accidental now she knows what she's doing she's on Twitter and social all the time how do you just accidentally post that now some about type the wrong words but that's part of correct yeah it's just time you're a phony well I know a she's not a phony person but she's still here though she did it on purpose well she said oh my gosh we were free Syrian me was a hundred percent percent sure this would be a **** but nope it's just an eight string where those to downgrade. Sir nicer. okay Larry king's wife for exercise on the divorce I was totally blindsided okay still there is wife number nine ten or eleven Hey how do you get blind side of apple she went on the Daily Mail our well okay and sh Daily Mail TV which is just over a hundred just former that won an Emmy okay for entertainment okay I'm just yeah it's kind of believable but she said she claims the divorce came out of left field she says I was crushed I had no idea this was coming it or heard it was totally blind sided luggage medic reading I know it I'm sad I never expected to be at this is my life in our lives that have this happens to public way. to believe he intended to humiliate me she found out eighty five year old husband filed for divorce which is at a football game with her brother. didn't his kids come out and say they told dad you can dump our mom. yeah I saw all these happy families at the football game and I was thinking about our happy family and thinking about Larry and I was just testing confuse it wasn't easy didn't these to kind of have was and she having like side sauce all over the place I mean she's the nine eighty five Sir your request yeah there you go I. I don't I like growing old at the same age as my house yeah yeah I have a couple friends who married man like twenty twenty five years old or older older and then when they got to be in their fifties there I don't want to go out well it was just like they were ready to be like please read were ready to have fun and travel and have some financial independence and their husbands are certain he and falling apart not always but it was it's like something you don't think about when you're younger bank we're very close in age so it helps doesn't add half yeah okay tender series to match viewers based on end of the world choices hi I was getting out of this it's your last day on earth who would you hook up with it's going to be S. J. John yeah there's. it's gonna be a choose your own adventure like Bandersnatch did you ever watch that crazy movie right now all but I love that this is too nervous about Bandersnatch yeah well it's which is widely understood that were you watch them right you had to select yeah we watch that movie hi Roger this one song. Casey night the weekend it came out his daughter's home and her husband and we were all screaming and yelling at each other because we were taking turns who got hacked hello how to watch is not just haven't yet and it was just like by the end of it we were drained and exhausted from yelling at each other here's your youngest to me people making TV the choice choices at the same time we did it we realized afterwards we didn't like the Jews and I couldn't tell you what the movie was about anymore. no no member Donnie no no I did and I watched it and I don't remember. there's nothing because it was like so I don't think it mattered now what it was about I don't know where we're gonna do you watch you watch you watch it on your app see what you get TV show on the tender up now it's only twenty minutes in length it's really. sounds like a date it sounds like they're just trying to get more people wanted to hear yeah no thanks okay Hey by the way riddle me this that this happened three weeks ago we're just getting the pictures now what is that. prince Harry and the Duchess of suck suspects took their royal baby to the rose and crown pub in Windsor three seven days ago for Sunday roast dinner at a pub love it and nobody the pictures didn't come out until today had shocking isn't it and were there other people inside pub like this is a happening place one well it's the rose and crown in Windsor I've never been to Windsor England and TMZ got the photos and he just had to they had a blanket over me peer to be napping and they were sitting in the pub it's obviously from the picture not a paparazzo pictured right you're a patron yeah that's taking it they just sat on the photo for weeks before selling it to TMZ I think one of the grandkids that grabs that picture's worth.

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"three seven days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"three seven days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"three seven days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"three seven days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'll bring of strange things of our ears that statement in acts seventeen cents the tone for the preaching of the gospel in the three cities of social Nico Maria and Athens in that chapter as well as every other city town or village in every century or culture since the days of the apostles until the end of time first of Fussell Nico as such only go for three seven days Paul reasoned with them from the scriptures and the scripture he reasoned from was the Old Testament the New Testament had not yet been written he opened the scriptures tell them an alleged you see he made some allegations don't neglect the Old Testament the old testament is the New Testament contained and the New Testament is the Old Testament explained the old testament is the New Testament concealed and the New Testament is the Old Testament reveals now this three week evangelistic campaign was not without conflict Paul refers to this crusade in the second chapter of his first official to the Thessalonians when he said that he waxed bold to speak to them the gospel of god in much conflict that must have been some disturbances in the services well there were some who were persuaded for the more part the message was rejected as Paul preached Jesus from the Old Testament it is hard for us to see how he could have ignored the fifty third chapter of Isaiah think of the reaction to what Paul preach when he said he was despised and rejected of men a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief when they heard that they were accused of rejecting the missile showed some heresy must've resounded through the synagogue how about twenty said it please god to bruise him when he made his soul an offering for sins when they heard that Jesus died for their sins loud squalls most of reverberated through the synagogue away was such a fellow from the earth it is not fit that he should live they must have flown into a rage when he told them he was wounded for our transgressions and bruised for our iniquities and with his stripes we are healed Paul did not let up he whacks more boldly and inform them that they had numbered got the promised messiah with the transgressors and that he bore the sins of the many thank other agonized screams as he was a he accused them of leading Jesus their promise for style as a lamb to the slaughter Paul may have continued his indictment by according the book of psalms psalms twenty two where it was written they pierced his hands and his feet what a horrible thing for them to be told that they had actually nailed the promised messiah a prophecy do across and added to that the agonized utterance of Jesus on the cross my god my god why hast thou forsaken me he must have closed his appeal with the impassioned cry it was Isaiah law hurt who has believed our report they're not many preachers like Paul who will preach a message to a congregation that he knows they don't want to hear now while he was in Thessalonica Paul Silas and Timothy were guests to the host of Jason as a result of the sermon it says the Jews being move with jealousy dozens of themselves certain vile fellows of arrival and gathering a crowd sent the city on an uproar damn the salting the host of Jason's ought to bring them forth on to the people this mob assaulted the host of Jason in the case they broke the door down and rushed in to grab Paul but while they were breaking in Paul and Silas and Timothy we're going out the back door and running down the back alley the brother and then hustle Paul and Silas out of town by night about sixty miles down the road to the radio sold laci's Jason and certain others and dragging them before the court charges made there that have turned the world upside down have come here also I don't ladies and gentleman that the world is going to be turned upside down by most Christians as we see them today is there any way that anyone might call you a Christian activists when lord Cornwallis surrendered to George to attend a to Yorktown with the George Washington the band played a very appropriate song on the occasion they did not play the star spangled banner god bless America or my country tis of thee the band played the world is turned upside down truly the world was turned upside down in a political sense of that time the world has not been the same sense but it was turned upside down in a greater sense when the charges made during the lifetime of the apostles they either have turned the world upside down have come here they're also after first only go there was Maria now a very strange thing happened there also this is the church where you said that they were more noble than the people of us on the call in that they searched the scriptures daily whether these things were soul it was the opinion of the Holy Spirit that that the Parisians were noble because they search the scriptures wonder what the opinion of the Holy Spirit would be when he sees our questions searching the soaps all day long all the internet for **** all the usual inane situation comedies on television they search the scriptures of see if Paul was telling them the truth ladies and gentleman you will notice that people today do not have to search the scriptures because they know their preacher will not deceive them that if he by any honest mistake should deceive them it's not their fault the meridians all over did not trust the apostle Paul that much they checked up on Paul to see if he was telling the truth by reading the word of god I was saying this to a man once said he said well every preachers of the same thing he says they also check up on me by the Bible and see if I'm telling the truth well that's not exactly true but if a person tells you that you do not need to be immersed for baptism search the scriptures and find these chapter of acts and read were fill up on the unit both went down into the water and that he baptized him if a person tells you your say you've before you're baptized search the scriptures and find acts two thirty eight and read to repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins.

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"three seven days" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"three seven days" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"About giving a billion dollars. He may like that annual poll coming out showing him at the top of that list. Plus, you never know when you might need a extra. Hundred billion or more for a business reason gosh, he's got to be spending hundreds of millions of dollars out there on Wilkinson boulevard on all of that stuff out there. Anyway, McKinsey basis against the way, seventeen billion dollars. Probably still has seventeen billion hanging around. Not a problem I necessarily have to deal with. Although, good Lord's been pretty good to me. Mike Doyle, in WBZ news center police are investigating after someone set fire to across. That's located outside. Gastonia Laurie Baptist church in west Franklin boulevard, predominantly white church were black pastors scheduled to speak next month. WBZ TV's, Brielle says authorities checking surveillance footage near the damage across it was decorated with followers, and a white veil now, as you drive along west Franklin, all you see is burned up pieces of wood, where they're beautiful cross used to be church. Members say this is an evil act and it could have been racist. The secretary here says they have a black guest pastor who is coming to speak to church next Sunday. But they're really hoping that, that is not the reason this happened the a high school in Greenville county. South Carolina was on lockdown for row around around midday today after receiving a tip that a student at a gun on campus. Sheriff's deputies researching the school property after that tip at there's no word that any armed student was located hundred police charging fifteen year old student who allegedly made a false threat to shoot up north Meck highschool schools placed on lockdown yesterday after that threat, as we're couple of other nearby schools. At this point, it appears police suspect there was no foul play in the death of a man, whose body was found this morning outside dog concrete construction on Kresa drive in south Charlotte. Police believed. May have been accidental possibly from fall, though. The investigation continues news talk. Ted ninety nine three WBZ time for another. Traffic update brought to you by huntersville Ford, I seventy seven exit twenty three here's Mike. We have delays. I eighty five headed southbound near exit thirty seven Ford road. The left three lanes are blocked. Let's go back to Graham street may be better off writing this off on Iran, this out on the interstate your alternate would be Graham street into Brooks around uptown than backup eighty-five just merge. Right. If you're eighty five southbound near exit thirty seven babies for eastbound independence before Sardis road north. Also, to the east appledore road. Sharon amity hickory, grove road, w t Harris through south Lancaster highway at providence road, west and to the west mount Holly road at Rhein road famous toaster Ferber's for breakfast stuff. Fritz toast for lots yes, famous toast. Reserve smooth breakfast and lunch days. Seventy three seven days a week, boomer voncannon WBZ traffic. Hi, it's Jamie. Aggressives employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hey Jamie. It's me, Jamie. Do not forget to buy lentils. Or the lentil soup you're making for dinner will be sorely lacking..

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"three seven days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hey mortgage payment can't make your good. We got you. Yeah. So these people have nothing to worry about AT and T. How 'bout myself? A man. I oh, I oh you guys money right here. We don't worry. We're good. Sprint T mobile for Reisen all the same thing. They're all doing the same thing. How about this? There are certain in DC. There are movie their movie theaters that are leading federal employees see the movies for free. Come. I didn't see that one. Are you serious? There are restaurants that are giving federal workers free lunches. Folks this. I'm just telling you, maybe we need to frame this differently instead of government shutdown or furloughed, it's family leave. Right. It's folks many people for certain departments that are not deemed quote unquote, essential like the department of agriculture like the department of forestry you can go right on down the line. The these people are now on vacation, and it's been twenty one days, and I can tell you something most of them are probably having the time of their lives. Oh, okay. There missed a paycheck this week. Like, I said, hopefully, they've been well, okay, there Mr. paycheck this week. But guess what? They don't have any bills outgoing bills to pay right now. Everybody's cutting them a break. But they're not getting paid Brian. This is also doing at the end of the day. This is showing you that these non essential government services are just they're I mean, they're so non essential. We should be pairing them back. Big time. I mean, if think about if you're a for profit business. Okay. Sorry. We just don't we gotta we gotta lay all you guys off gotta lay all you guys off. And then there's no there's no difference to the bottom line. We just laid off the entire company, and there's no difference to the bottom line. I would say well that business is probably worthless. Yes. It's the same thing with many of these federal agencies. You could go through and probably realistically, you could probably lay off half the staff, and we'd be just fine. Most of these. Savage. I I was listening to savage podcast yesterday. And he's talking about in Washington DC how he's he's there last month visiting president and he's driving down what are these streets? And he sees the department of agriculture and the department of forestry and the department of this that the other and just huge buildings with tons and tons and tons and tons of people pushing papers, and he's thinking really we really need all those people in those buildings. They're not growing trees. They're not. They're not growing corn. Right. You know what I'm saying? We just it's so unnecessary. This is a vacation for most of these people. And now USA today by posting this article with all the freebies that these folks are getting and then showing how some of these are just welded. This is an opportunity to do something. I haven't been able to do for some time. I've taken an improv class. Come on, man. This is not a crisis. Not now where there is a crisis at our southern border. And I mean, we've all seen the photographs. We've all I gave you the statistics yesterday by gosh as it turned out in two thousand eighteen. Or excuse me as it turned out in the month of December. We had one thousand thirty three people apprehended at the border on the average one thousand thirty three. That's what it averages out to one thousand thirty three seven days, there were more some days less, but these are people slipping across the border and then being caught and they say for every two we catch this one. We don't catch. That's a crisis. That's a serious crisis. We look at who these people are coming across the border, and there are some unsavory characters. All you have to do is go to the central valley. And let's talk about that. That police officer Singh who was killed by a guy who'd been arrested twice for drunk driving. Folks. This is all real this audience knows it what I'm preaching to the choir here preaching to the choir. In the meantime, the manufactured crisis the left is so slick they come up with this phraseology, and they do it in a concerted effort working with politicians, and they're willing accomplices in the media. Here's a little snippet. Just to prove our point ready set. Go allstate. This.

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"three seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nineteen sixty nine he was. Gambling a million and a half a day by one account came in. From from Larry Geller so he. Had to come he had to always push all this and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two. Months and he worked two shows. A night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour twenty five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's, not like you're a bass. Player in a band like, Aerosmith or something or drummer, where if you have an off night everybody else. Can carry you so Oh he is such a high Sch high energy show that he was so tired. By the time he got off. The stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long, as we keep doing dates everything will be fine, well you know the the. Uh It started to end badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one, time in particular he was inundate just before he had he. Had to, perform a. Date and escapes me I think it was Saint Louis Saint Louis. No I'm sorry it was, Louisville was Louisville and it was. It was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in bed almost comatose and he's. Moaning and Dr, neck is, trying to revive him and he's he's dunking his head in, ice water, to try and try and revive him and this is. A quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of Elvis is really good friends had had in. One in a video he said. That, you know Parker comes in. And Larry Geller gets up and he says you. Know they meet face to face and will. Larry this great he's going to see. What what is going on here and you can't let, this go on human. So, he walks, in the, door Closes he's in in bedroom talking to Dr and accomplice, for a, couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry. Geller the only thing that matters is it that man is onstage to tonight that's the only thing. That matters turns around walks out So this is what you. Have on your hands and did Elvis perform, at night He did He did even his last concert, is voice never failed him and you look at a guy and, you know. Look it it's easy to look at Elvis in. The condition he was in his last, concert you you're looking at a very sick man and Elvis had a. Birth defect he had a. Twisted colon so, you know here's this guy. Who couldn't this is one of the reasons he wasn't on. A toilet he hadn't had a bowel movement, in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and they discovered that at. The autopsy so we're starting to get into the, cover up which should we go to the country upper yet or I wanna just touch on one more thing, before that and that is we were talking about his work with. The FBI I wanna talk about operation. Fountain pen what was that? All about Well. As I said before in seventy six Elvis was, the biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was I was almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in, is really in a bad financial way so his father had seized. His his father had seized his finances. Trying to make him solvent And He hit a. Plane Ellis wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kinda the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one ring to have. Five it was all this stuff for. Him so who's? Actually so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to is the Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they were selling it in nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Load I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or..

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"three seven days" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on KGO 810

"He was gambling million and a. Half a day by one account that came in from from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push all of us and pushing and pushing. And pushing and it was even. In Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he worked two, shows a night sometimes three seven days a week in, an hour and twenty five. Minutes or so and he was the whole show it's not like you're a bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something. Or a drummer where if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you. So he had such a high Sch high energy. Show that he was, so tired by. The time he got off the stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will. Be fine well you know the The the it started to end badly Elvis started. To be in poor health in one time in particular he was in. A date just before he had he, had, a day. Here to perform a date and escapes me. Anyways I think Saint Louis was saying Louis no I'm sorry I was Louisville those Louisville and it was it was nineteen. Seventy six, and Elvis, is in bed almost coma toast and he's moaning indoctrinate is trying to. Revive him and he's he's, dunking is head. An ice water to try, and to try and revive him and this is a. Quote I'm paraphrasing something Larry, Geller one of Elvis really good friends had headset in one, in a, video he said that you know Parker. Comes, in and. Labor Geller gets up and he says you know they meet face. To face and Neil Larry this great he's going to, see what what is. Going, on here, and You can't let this, go on it's. Human so he walks in, the door closes he's in in the bedroom talking to. Dr and accomplice, for a, couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry Geller, the only, thing that matters is it that man. Is, onstage to. Tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your. Hands and did Elvis performed. That night he did he did even his. Last concert is voiced never failed him, and then you look at a guy in you know look it it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't. This is one of the reasons wasn't. On a toilet he hadn't? Had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and? They discovered. That at the autopsy so we're starting to, get into cover. Up which should we go to the country, upper yet, or I. Want to just touch on one more thing before. That and that is we were. Talking about his work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation fountain ban. What was that all about Well as I. Said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was I, was Frazee almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is, really in a bad financial way so his father had seized his. His father had seized his finances trying. To make him solvent and He hit a plane l. is wanted a bigger and better plane that's just. Kinda the way it is you know I mean all this. Was a bigger and better sorta. Guy you know he didn't have one ring yeah to have five But for him so wish I so he. Had this it was called hound dog too he named it hound chose. Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they, were selling, it, in nineteen seventy six so he's still load. I think, nine hundred thousand dollars or something some, astronomical amount. Of money and his father had this thing for sale you got contacted. By a. Man named Frederick pro in Frederick throw said look I'll buy the plane for what you want he said but you're..

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"three seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nine he was gambling a. Million and a half a day by one account they came in. From quote from Larry Geller so. He had to come he had to always push Elvis and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months. And he worked two shows a. Night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour and twenty five, minutes or so and he was the whole show, it's not like your bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something or a drummer where. If you have enough night, everybody else can carry you so he had such. A high Sch high Energy show. That he was so tired by the time he got off stage he. Was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we. Keep doing dates everything will be fine well you know the the it started badly Elvis started to be in poor. Health in, one. Time in particular he was inundate just before he. Had it here today here to perform a date escapes. Me anyways I think it was Saint Louis Saint Louis no. I'm sorry it was Louisville. Those Louisville and it was it was nineteen seventy six and Elvis. Is in bed almost comatose and. He's moaning in Docker Nick is trying to revive him and he's he's dunking his head in ice water to try and to try and revive him and this is. A quote I'm paraphrasing something you. Larry Geller one of Elvis is really good friends had had in one in a video he said that you know Parker, comes in and gets up. And he says you know they meet face Face and this is, great he's going to see. What what is going on here and you, can't let. This go on it's an human so he walks in the door closes. He's in in bedroom talking, to Dr and accomplice for a. Couple of minutes he comes out and he tells Larry Geller the only thing. That matters is, that that, man is unstaged tonight that's the, only thing that, matters turns, around walks out So this is what you have on your hands did Elvis perform that night he. Did he did. Even his last concert has voiced never, failed him and then you look at a guy in you know look it's. Easy to look at Elvis in the condition. He was in his last concert you you're looking at a very. Sick man and Elvis had a birth defect, twisted colon So, you know here's this guy who couldn't this is one of the. Reasons he wasn't on the toilet he. Hadn't had a bowel movement? In, weeks which is why, he was, so loaded up and they discovered the entity autopsy so, we're starting to get into the cover. Up which should we go to the country upper yes or. I wanna just touch on one more thing before that and that is we were talking about. His work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation. Fountain ban what was that? All about. Well as. I said before seventy six Elvis, was the biggest. Tax payer in Tennessee and he I was, almost filed, bankruptcy, that year he was really in is really in. A bad financial way so his father, had seized his father had seized his finances trying to make him solve them and He hit a plane Ellis wanted a bigger, and better plane that's just kind of. The way it is you know I mean this was a. Bigger and better sorta guy you know he didn't have one, ring you had to have five myself Itself but for. Him so wish actually so he had this. It was called hound dog too he named it hound dog to is. The Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and, they were, selling, it in nineteen seventy six so he's still, own I think nine hundred thousand dollars..

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"three seven days" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In nineteen sixty nine he was gambling a million. And a half a day. By one account and that came in from quote from Larry Geller. So he had to come he. Had to always push Elvis and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there. For two months and he worked two shows and night sometimes three seven days a week In an hour and twenty five minutes or so and he was the. Whole show, it's. Not like you're a bass player in a band. Like Aerosmith or something or drummer where if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you so he has such. A high Sch high energy. Show and he was so tired by the time he got off, the stage he was about cross. Eyed and, Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will be fine, well you know the The it started to. Badly Elvis started to be, in poor health in one time. In particular he was inundate just. Before he had he had to. Perform a date an escaped, me and it was I think it was Saint Louis Saint, Louis no, I'm sorry it was Louisville was Louisville. And it was it was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in bed almost comatose and he's moaning in Dr neck is trying to revive him and. He's he's dunking is head in. Ice water to try and it's a train revive him and this is a, quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of, Elvis is really good friends. Had headset in one video he said that you know, Parker comes in and liberty Geller gets off and he says you know. They meet face to face and Neil. Larry great is going to see what what is going, on here and you. Can't, let this, go Wanton human so he walks in. The door closes he's in in. The bedroom talking, to Dr, and accomplished for a couple of minutes he comes out and, he tells, Larry Geller the only thing that matters. Is it that man is onstage to tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your hands and did Elvis. Performance night he did he did even. His last concert is voice never failed, them and the you look at a guy in you know look it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is. One of the reasons he wasn't on. A toilet he hadn't had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he. Was so. Loaded up. And they discovered that at the, autopsy so we're. Starting to get into the cover up which, should we, go, to the coverage yet or I wanna just touch. On one more thing before that. And that is we were talking about his work with the FBI I wanna. Talk about operation fountain pen What was that all about Well as I, said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was Elvis Presley. Almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is really. In a bad financial way so, his father had seized his his father had seized his. Finances trying to make himself And He hit a plane l. wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kind of the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one reunion to have. Five it was, like so for. Him so I wish I. Could so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to it was the Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they were selling it in nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Own I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or..

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"three seven days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Half a day by one account came in from from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push Elvis and push him and push him and. Push him and it was even. In Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he worked two shows a night. Sometimes three seven days a week, in an hour and twenty. Five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's not like you're a. Bass player in a band like Aerosmith or. Something or original work if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you. So he has such a high Sch high energy. Show that he was, so tired by. The time he got off the stage he was about cross eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long. As we keep doing dates everything will be. Fine well you know the the It started badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one time. In particular he was inundate just before he. Had, had a. Day here to perform a date escapes me anyway I think it was. Saint Louis Saint Louis no I'm sorry it was Louisville was Louisville and it was it was nineteen. Seventy six, Elvis is in bed almost coma toast and he's moaning and Dr neck is trying. To revive him and he's, he's dunking his head, in ice. Water to try, and to try and revive him and this. Is a quote I'm paraphrasing, something you Larry Geller one of Elvis really good friends had, headset in, one video he said that you know. Parker, comes in and labor Geller gets up and he says you know they meet face to face and meal. Larry this great is. Going to see what what is going on here and, you can't let this. Go, on it's human so He walks in. The door closes he's in, in the bedroom talking to Dr and accomplished for a couple, of minutes, he comes out and he tells Larry. Geller, the only thing that matters is it that man is onstage tonight that's the only thing that matters turns. Around walks. Out So this is. What you have on your hands and did Elvis performance night he did he did even his last. Concert is voiced never failed him, and then you look at a guy and you know look it it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man. And Elvis had a birth defect in a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is one. Of the reasons wasn't on a toilet. He hadn't had a bowel? Movement in weeks which is why he was so loaded up and they discovered. That at. The autopsy. So we're starting to get into, the cover up. Which should we go to the country upper yet or, I want. To just touch on one more thing before that. And that is we were talking. About his work with the FBI I wanna talk about operation fountain pen what was that all about Well as I said before in seventy six Elvis, was the biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he, was that was almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in, is really in a bad financial way so his father had seized. His father had seized his finances trying. To make him solving and He hit a plane Ellis wanted a bigger and. Better plane that's just kind of the way it is you know what I mean all this It was a. Bigger and better sorta. Guy you know he didn't have one. Reunion have five it was like so but. For him so I wish? I could So he had this it was called. Hound dog too he. Named it hound dog to is the Jetstar and. It was one of those first planes and they were selling it in. Nineteen seventy six so he's still own I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or something some astronomical, amount of. Money and, his father had the same for sale. Got contacted by a, man named Frederick. Pro in Frederick throw said Look I'll buy the plane for what you, want but you're going to have..

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"three seven days" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on WLAC

"Listen on your smartphone with the iheartradio app Steve share with me and us if, you could a quick. Story about the extent to, which Colonel Tom Parker drove Elvis almost to the. Grave the way he worked him there's a terrible story of Elvis being so tired he was practically unconscious Well it was almost entertainers servitude it got to the point where. Nothing manager, Colonel. Parker except that paycheck he probably I guess it. Was probably one of the most agenda gamblers anybody's ever seen you know at a time when most people were making. Fifty eight hundred dollars a. Week back in nineteen sixty nine I'm sorry fifty eight hundred dollars a year in nineteen sixty nine he, was gambling a. Million and a half a day by one account that came in from quote from Larry Geller so he had to come he had to always push this and push. Him and push in push him. And it was you know even in Vegas I mean he'd be there for two months and he. Worked two shows a night sometimes three seven days a week in an hour and twenty five minutes or so and he was the whole show it's. Not like you're a bass. Player in a band like Aerosmith or something or. Or a drummer were If. You have, an off night everybody else can carry you so he has such a high high energy show then he was so tired by the time he got off. The stage he was about cross. Eyed and Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will be fine well the The it started the hen badly Elvis started to be in poor health in one, time in particular he was date just before he had a. Day here, to.

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"three seven days" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"You know tristan i think you've told me something like this before now you once were hurt while trying to put on your pants right that happened once i'm trying to remember did that happen once i thought i thought tell him down putting my pants on you get caught and like the other leg of the pants everything and there's a long history of pitcher's getting hurt taking off their pants and i was wondering if you had a database there among all the things you've got of how long it takes to recover from a pitcher try getting hurt trying to take off look we just clearly eight point three seven days so you know it's all good with a ten day de l lark i didn't think ran and more or the cousins making it through six months without a d l stint but i think it's going to be back spasms co do because he was hurt taking off his pants it's probably no laughing matter to him he didn't seem to jovial with the reporters but he's not going to be around for another week so the cubs closer now is committee but i love hearing that well that's what it is it's joe madden i mean we know him as the strategy patriots trope is the guy at one yeah i think he's next though it seems like steve see shak could go from like absolutely sixthinning role to the ninth it's one one eight for may and not only that i mean i if it is a ten day absence then i don't i don't know that whoever stands in is going to be relevant we're looking at the nfl only leagues and it's more the strength of the overall five categories for those guys you know of karla was junior was just healthy this wouldn't even be right you know more than five six no such poor timing with that he's he's nearing a rehab stint though all right so he he i guess morricone's back before him some more out of pitch like once in ten days and you know who knows when he actually got hurt but the point is he's not pitching this sunday well he hadn't pitched related week before that so you know something was up anyway he hasn't been fifty innings in a long time and a season and i i don't think he's doing it again this year he's being handled very carefully by the cubs so you know you could make a case top down closer because the volume yeah and i mean i think his his top ten cases made more on the weakness of the position itself than it is his own strengths here because when he does pitch what he gives you is so outstanding on a night by night basis but you're right the volume is considerably less than it is for other pitchers i think that this deal stint actually works nicely in conjunction with trying to keep his workload in check so i mean i hate to say an injury is a win win but isn't it kind of yeah no i agree with you what about the san francisco giants they're closer lost the fight with a door fractured hand six to eight weeks and sam dyson got the save on tuesday but he sure didn't on wednesday so you tell me where what direction this is going because they have a good amount of experience closures there i mean mark lanston who i don't think is in the mix right now because he can't pitch on consecutive days but he has extensive experience obviously sam dyson the lefty tony watson has experienced what do you think bruce bocce does i think the dyson probably going to get the next save unless it happens to be a heavy lefty part of the lineup coming up in the ninth inning in which case watson will probably get some sort of situational save there i think this is going to be very much up for grabs over the next several weeks if i had to place an investment in one guy since it's six to eight weeks put it in milansan i do think that boches going to go with the guy who has the greater experience but i'm not excited about any of the three i just don't think dyson stat good a pitcher he's having a good year he didn't even mention milansan like when he was talking about who is going to get the immediate say abso which concerns me a bit ice is on the espn most added list looks like the most added reliever right now is.

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"three seven days" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Entire life but even inventions different than being entrepreneurs to hawk the invention right what are you learning about yourself what are you learning about the process that that you started on this this journey and it's much different than what you were doing in two years ago it works together so well but what's the next i mean what would be the next step for you guys i mean as as you look to this quarter and where you're at now i mean you're still close with already pre orders and everything together what is it this turn it on and say let's do this so we you know we've been fulfilling orders now so it's it's just now getting out there we have product in chicago now so we can ship and three seven days which is amazing before it was just pre orders so now having the product in her hands we're rolling out to influencers we're starting marketing we're on google ad words facebook ads instagram all the good stuff so now it's really for like let's just let the world see this how well i mean i asked the question a lot of entrepreneurs entrepreneurs that come through here and we talk about chicago right both of you guys are here and it's great obviously with your your contacts in the real estate industry jason but i mean why here i mean this seems like something that would be silicon valley are you might be able to get more action on the east coast in new york what is it about chicago that keeps you guys here and wants you to work on desk view in chicago god first off chicago's home born and raised and love it and second off i think chicago for their community entre no community and if you read any articles is just secondtonone i can't think of a better community where everyone's there to help each other and third we're developing a lot of amazing product focus here i mean we've always been more of a tangible town in that regard and i think if you're developing a product chicago is the best i mean chicago has been absolutely amazing i'm a transplant i've been here for five years but i've developed this great network of people in have leaned on them in so many different ways in launching this product and.

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"three seven days" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Our reflector couple apple boxes i am an icao shoot tattered to laptops are bring one person with me usually main turn and they and they were the laptop in turn is my tech so you know in digital tech's give me a hard time i just tome nine turn does that vat my my seven year old daughter did digital talking for me one day for issue got moved to weekend in cheated the attacking and did a great job the highlights reel blown out for bang on and so the so yeah that's why deaths my very minimal for personal work where i'm just chasing the light as it were you know you always we should tethered then yes the investing cameron i shoe with a hassle about eight four acts with a peace xt five back uh i she where the normal lands and and also a um i gotta fifty wide too and then one more elaborate i'm set up i have lights which i i bought her photos probably in the late 90s and then have had a a full pro photo sets of sorts three packs foreheads and then i added a 7 b a couple of years later so got three three seven days and then one 7 b uh and a bunch of 'em lightboxes four mostly small sources i like extrasmall an extract your small i made a compromise and bought a medium strip a few years ago m and you know you're basically concern and it says like a lot of stuff but location it's actually conservative wanting i going to statin they're like this is so much stuff and i go to someone's office or whatever and i'm like you have no idea this is nothing y'all in right right right right if we use on with everything we shoot amine because it inevitably when i do wish that shoot i might do four set ups right out from all those ideas i have i cut down to four set ups so we might do to their lead and to their available light so i still love available light but it also gives me away too quickly it to the next set up and and and not be throwing off the rhythm of the shoot safe to assume that you prefer digital over film a new started in film you went to digital yes i can't imagine the immediacy of digital is more important willing i know we're no it.

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

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 3 years ago

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

"Six into panthers six into ran six into seahawks five and three the card of maybe the best 114 an elite and the falcons an abattoir stanic quarterback drew signed a quarterback the packers will they're going to keep sliding sliding sliding and you look at the afc the patriots six and to steal six into kanthi six in three after that there's ninety team after that diet i can look at it and say oh yeah i believe in that team that they could make a run in the playoffs i don't believe in buffalo an unbelievable it's more i don't believe in tennessee i know jacket with deep is really good but you really believe in blake borders a quarterback that he could be the kind of corn about the group to give that can turn up in a playoff not so much i caused by kansas city because they can't stop the run in all of a sudden dal's exposed them yesterday in they don't have that playmaker on the outside a wide receiver dallas at chavis ghazi you may do their whole you know zach race in the end zone which the pretty cool celebration but outside of you karim hundreds a retiree kill we don't believe anybody else can beat us an announcement get exposed a little bit because we didn't have that play make on the outside the nfc is a much deeper conference than the afc and that is what we've learned at the midway point in the two thousand seventeen campaign in the national football league guess what three weeks for three weeks from now threeday be saying something completely three seven days from now eighty it is as you said a week to week gear and as my brother devon screamed at nudges me but also you eddie it ain't easy knows not to win it in the national football that's why i said 'no longest weektoweek we get to play to play league implement beyond its with when it comes to that don't forget the freddy fits podcasts the crisis you'd be going to forget the brady if it's podcast the spy to ably in listen to have the espn apple podcast as well as tune in jr gov the rams dak prescott of the cowboys cross with of the.

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"three seven days" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"three seven days" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"I listen to whatever podcasts episode i left off on most recently students my jim i have a little rowing machine i do two thousand meters rowing which might sound like elaborates actually about eight or nine minutes so as not super intense then i max on on pileups and then i kind of go up in shower in start my day but you know that's after that little nice little kind of burst of a work out and in three days a week i'm hitting a virtual trainer session with jeff mcmahon my versus trainer money was a friday something like hardcourt thirty minute weights then i go for ryan's like three to five days a week as well so i'm excising every single day i keep track of my steps via fifth bit in fact i should be arriving any day now in by the time this episode goes live i will have a treadmill underneath my desk i'm excited about going to be doing twenty thousand steps a day is my minimum goal wants that comes in how is delay excise changing your business jeff i know this is something that you've recently started to focus on and what are the benefits you're finding well there's a great topic any your to your point here work it out every single day that's mean i started doing again about a month and a half ago so i think i've worked out now today's they thirty seven zero three seven days nro exercise and even in these last three seven days what i have noticed is with my focus on making sure them guaranteeing lease one workout per day it's forcing meets to prioritise better so i have to make sure than guaranteeing time on my calendar for the workout which enforces made hacked the garin see prioritize time for everything else guess or love the way that operated i could have gone through the day instead what's most important today let me work on that and that that they takes too long a missed the work out today.

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