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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Affecting the right lane with delay stretching back to AA right around Mockingbird. I'm Joyce. He'll send your next report at 10 58 and break in traffic alerts when they happen from the care. Lt Weather is center. There are a few storms just a little south of the immediate Metroplex just on the south End ofthe want to hand she right now. And also down near Italy and blooming grove. But the rest of us staying dry at this point mostly to partly cloudy and human today scattered storms heaviest south of I 20 mid to upper eighties for high tonight down to around 74 before it's partly cloudy, a little warmer and humid tomorrow with some isolated afternoon storms possible or high getting up near 88 degrees Sunday Sunny, hot human hide near 90 and looking forward to Labor Day again, hot and humid. In the low nineties. Right now, at news radio 10 80 K rld, It's 77. We've got you covered in D F W with news, traffic and WEATHER all day news RADIO 10 80 K R O L D City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Wass decimated by Hurricane Laura last week, basic power and water off line right now and the needs For supplies. I mean, they're very real. The Southland Conference will host a hurricane relief donation center for that community tomorrow from 9 A.m. to 4 P.m.. This is going to be a Toyota Stadium in Frisco, and we're joined by the Commissioner of the Southland Conference. Tom Burnett. And Tom Lake Charles Place you're very familiar with. It was just shredded, wasn't it? Absolutely. Woz. I think this is, you know, certainly a record breaking storm in the worst way as it's come into an area that while experienced with storms, it's not something that like Charles in that region hasn't had to deal with before. But certainly the magnitude of Hurricane Laura very different wind damages that are really unspeakable. Someone has told me that Every building. Every residence has damage to it. And even when you go back 15 years ago, two Hurricane Rita, That was not necessarily the case. As bad as that Wass direct hit. I went over the city, and now we're talking about the aftermath, where essential services, electricity, running water, sewage.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on KTRH

"Near the edge, Brooke neighborhood. City says basic sanitary conditions also be check to reduce chances of the virus spreading at those encampments. Just because you're homeless doesn't mean you need to be living in filth surrounded by a lot of trash, and so whether you live in an apartment, live in a mansion or you're living under 10 way want to make sure that we are responding to your name Mayor again urged all residents to take advantage of freak over 19 testing sites. Science Fair, I SD notifying parents. An employee at one of the district's early learning centers, has tested positive for covert 19 and is now in self isolation while their workplaces sanitized. Comes as science fair I staff attend mandatory in person back to school training Teachers union issued a statement saying they're looking at all options to make sure that our school district helps to keep our community safe. The South Land Conference, the latest to postpone all fall sports until the spring due to the pandemic, Mr Tom Burnett says that means doubling up spring and fall sports on top of each other, and we may even have multiple conference championship events occurring at the same time. We will immediately begin to work with our athletic directors to creatively build a spring competitive structure, Understanding some difficulties in scheduling, maybe a reality of what's ahead. He told our TV partner Channel to Houston Baptist, Sam, Houston State and Stephen F. Austin may still schedule nonconference football games. Meantime, the American Conference, which includes the University of Houston is moving forward with plans to play this fall. Each news time. 503 time to check your money. Here's t R H money, Man Action brought to you by d. Amato leasing dot com. Good evening. Cory stock Supposed mixed Dow industrials finishing the day down by 80 points, closing at 8 27,096 7500 down six points, 2/10 of 1%. The NASDAQ and the Green Up by 30 points on the day stocks bouncing off of their old all time high from back in February, unable to break through so down just a bit for the day. Oil down 43 cents $42.24 of Arrow gold back up $21.40 announced at $1970 with a check of your money from the Office.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano News Center. Stay connected to care. Lt and get breaking news alerts on your phone. Download the radio dot com map and tap on the heart to favorite K R L D time for the 10 80 Pump Watch now, a dollar 59 in Anna the WalMart 75 White Street. 1 61 in Joshua, the Exxon station, Broadway and Cooper and it's 1 64 in Lewisville. That's at the Sands Club Main Street near 35 E. Current local average in North Texas. Is a dollar 89 well, another conference involving Texas schools is choosing to move competition. South and Conference Board of directors has approved a postponement. Of all league competition in our sports are false sports, football, volleyball, soccer and cross country. With the intention of playing these conference games matches and meets in the spring semester that is Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett. The Southland is headquartered in Frisco and features many Texas schools, including Abilene, Christian And he also says that follow sports teams will be allowed to play a limited nonconference schedule if they so choose that could open up for these F C s football programs. To plate nonconference competition in the fall with conference games in the spring. We'll this weekend is almost here. And if you're tired of sitting on the couch here is some great things to do. Around town..

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Southland Conference opts for spring college football slate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Southland Conference opts for spring college football slate

"Well, another conference involving Texas schools is choosing to move competition. South and Conference Board of directors has approved a postponement. Of all league competition in our sports are false sports, football, volleyball, soccer and cross country. With the intention of playing these conference games matches and meets in the spring semester that is Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett. The Southland is headquartered in Frisco and features many Texas schools, including Abilene, Christian And he also says that follow sports teams will be allowed to play a limited nonconference schedule if they so choose that could open up for these F C s football programs. To plate nonconference competition in the fall with conference games in the spring.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Forward at the Texaco off a Henderson Street and White Settlement road dollars 67 in Dallas with Sam's off of Wetland Road and I $20.70 Involved Springs at the QuikTrip Love off of Lake June that is sorry and Dunsinane Road. And the current local average in North Texas about a dollar 91 the newest pro sports franchise in North Texas calls Fort Worth home in the fall of 2021. Fort Worth will become home to the newest team in the National Lacrosse League in about a two year process for us, and we're thrilled that today we could formally announce where the leaks 14th member Club managing partner Greg Bib says They'll play it the new Dickie's arena. And become the second NLL team in the South. Along with Georgia. The national across leagues reaches goes far beyond traditional across fans in the lacrosse market, in fact, north of 70% of NLL fans don't identify as traditional across dance. Later this fall, the team plans to unveil their name, color scheme uniforms and hire a head coach GM John Little News Radio, 10 80 KLD While the college football season continues to be up in the air, a division one conference based here in Texas still sees games in their future for the fall. Tom Burnett is commissioner of the Southland Conference, which is based in Frisco. And he says they're schools are in agreement. Our membership has been meeting constantly over the last four months, and they have reconfirmed. That planning for the fall. Even as recently as this week, the first game involving the Southland team is just five weeks away. Burnett acknowledges nothing is set in stone and there watching the Corona virus numbers in Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana to make the best decision. Meantime, some of the nation's biggest programs could stand to lose up to $150 million this fall because Their governing body band games outside the region. The Big 10 and Pacific 12 conferences say their decision to play conference on Ly Games announced this month was aimed at decreasing the spread of Koven 19 but it'll also hit the wallet. Experts say school's football programs will see the hardest financial hit. Citing the $1,000,000,000 revenue is the Big 10 and Pac 12 conferences generate college football brings in more than $4 billion per season. Matt Piper CBS News, One of the biggest events in auto racing is gonna have people in the stands. Just not as many as they planned. The 500 is only going to have 1/4 of the building filled its made arrangements originally for 50%. Indianapolis Speedway holds 200,000 people, so they're only gonna have 50,000. Everyone that goes, has to wear a mask. It's scheduled for a month from tomorrow to Dallas. Families are homeless will tell you what happened after traffic and weather together on the eats Coming up next North Texas school District's are putting the.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Before Breakfast

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A production of iheartradio good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to use a journal to identify the aspects of your work. You find energizing end engaging and those you don't once you know this you can arrange your life to do more of the work you love this tip like others. We've talked about before on before breakfast comes from Bill Burnett and Dave Evans Book Designing Your Life. This book shows how to use design principles else to create a life that works for you longtime listeners. Know that I'm a big believer in tracking your time. We learn a lot by seeing where the time really goes. Collecting data allows us to adjust our schedules and routines to spend our time. Better Burnett in Evans proposed keeping something called a good time. I am journal to help you do something very similar. Here's how it works jet down your activities at the V Twerk Day staff meeting client lunch preparing for a presentation and so forth note. How engaged were during each activity and whether he felt energized or drained afterwards afterwards? If you're checking your time on a spreadsheet as I do you could create an additional column for engagement level and energy level or next to the activity activity just right H. M. or L. to signify if your engagement was high moderate or low and then energy can get a plus or minus kind of like a battery going up or down Tom Burnett Evans proposed keeping a good time journal. For at least three weeks and reviewing your journal reflecting on what you learn at the end of a tweak when when were you engaged or in a state of flow what activities left you energize and which left you drained. What patterns do you see what you learned may surprise you Brunette Evans? Describe an engineer who was bored and restless in his job his good time journal revealed that he actually loved engineering he just didn't thrive on the interpersonal interactions. That came with it like writing proposals for new work or negotiating fees. When you know this about yourself you can can figure out ways to minimize or contain the draining work or even how to swap it with a colleague who loves whatever you don't as you look at your own good time journal all if you're having trouble identifying patterns in your Engagement Energy Burnett in Evans suggest using the a e? Oh you framework developed by Dave Steve Pet Nyack as you examine your journal. Consider these factors the activities. That's what were you doing. What was your role the environment? That's e where were you. How did you feel in? This place was quiet or loud calmer stimulating indoors or outdoors consider or the interactions. I were you working with other people or objects. Words numbers are ideas. Was the interaction formal or informal routine or new and what about about the objects. That's what were you working with. And what tools did you use and finally the users. That's you were other people around. How did they make the activity more or less pleasant for you? oftentimes the context of our work is just as important as the actual task in influencing our engagement and energy. I love working on the train but only if I'm in the Amtrak quiet car if I'm somewhere else on the train and somebody starts talking into their cell phone. I pretty much want to who jump off the train. Something I'd find fun to write becomes tedious and it's very hard to stay engaged because I know that well I'm careful where I sit it of course just because something is draining to you personally doesn't mean you get out of it. For activities that are essential. But that you find draining Burnett Evans advise making sure you have plenty of energy going into them so if big meetings leave you feeling spent do something engaging an energizing beforehand. Maybe that's a one on one with a direct report. You especially enjoy mentoring or studying the performance data from the last quarter. We can't always eliminate the parts of our work. We don't love off but thinking about when they occur and what else were doing before or after can be helpful for managing our energy and Engagement Burnett and Evans advised. Follow the joy. Follow it engages and excites you. What brings you alive? A good time journal can be a great tool for finding that joy so you can pursue more of it if you try keeping a good time journal. I'd love to hear how it goes. You can email me at before breakfast. PODCAST at Art Media Dot Com. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast. 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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This is a pretty typical spring forecast. Welcome to April, by the way, I'm NBC five chief meteorologist rig Mitchell. Tonight, clear, partly cloudy, still rather cool. A low of forty tomorrow good deal of sunshine, a high of seventy one Southwind ten to fifteen Wednesday turns out partly to mostly cloudy, a high of seventy there's a system that will move across North Texas late Wednesday night into Thursday morning that may generate an early morning thunderstorm on Thursday, otherwise partly cloudy Thursday afternoon. A high of seventy nine. Tonight, a low close to forty fifty nine at Carroll d. Eleven I'm John Littlewood, Susie. So Leeson, we're live in the Mercedes Benz of plano news center. Time to watch to twenty four in Duncanville Cosco highway sixty seven it main also to thirty three in McKinney. If the quick trip, south McDonald's and Eldorado Parkway two dollars and thirty five cents in Keller at the Sam's Club, golden, triangle boulevard and Lamar now the current local average in North Texas is up to two fifty five that is up seven cents a week, a luxury apartment community will not becoming Tibet. I last week. The Bedford city council voted unanimously to spend two and a half million dollars to purchase eight acres of land near city hall now that land had been owned by realty capital which had planned to put up a two hundred and forty unit luxury apartment complex the city's purchase puts those plans to an end Tom Burnett with the group save Bedford Texas.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A law enforcement officials says Michael avenue ATI is in police custody in Los Angeles following allegations of domestic violence. The official says avenue dotty, the attorney for stormy Daniels was taken into custody today. Police said responded to a domestic violence incident on Tuesday and took a report a botched plastic surgery in Mexico. Lanza doubt real estate agent on life support. Laura Avila went to a clinic and see it at war as to get a nose job and other procedures, but doctors are accused of messing up the anesthesia causing Avila to go into cardiac arrest or sister, Angie, says she will no longer be able to talk walk or eat on her own because of the damage her brain suffered. She'll never be are. Laura again, Joseph Woodman is founder of patients beyond borders and says because of the cost of healthcare in the state more people are looking south of the border some six or seven hundred thousand Americans are now heading across the border into Mexico alone for dental care. Cosmetic surgery orthopedic care, bariatric spaces, the keys to do your homework. Avila's families trying to get her back to Dallas a recall effort is underway to remove Bedford mayor Jim Griffin. KRLD is Austin your talks with people on both sides of the issue. Say Bedford Texas has started the process which requires nearly sixteen hundred petition signatures by the middle of next month. Tom Burnett with the group says they're upset about Griffin's support for more apartment zoning in Bedford and police and fire department hiring issues, we know that our staffing levels are at a minimum have been no new hires and during his entire ministration. Eat talk as fire department and maintain their Trump's over twenty five thirty. Eight years old Griffin has been mayor for about seven years and says he's disappointed with the recall effort, but says the idea that he is anti police or fire is ridiculous. I actually lobbied for more police and fire officers and our last budget and the rest of the council didn't want to raise the taxes any higher, but I've always been a very strong supporter and an advocate for police and fire department, if the petition is successful, a recall election would be held next may Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The state controller comes to Fort Worth to share some really good news more after traffic and weather together on the aids. When news happens.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Here at KRLD. A recall effort is underway to remove Bedford mayor Jim Griffin. KRLD's? Austin York has the story Bedford Texas has started the process which requires nearly sixteen hundred petition signatures by the middle of next month. Tom Burnett with the group says they're upset about Griffin's support for more apartment zoning in Bedford and police and fire department hiring issues, we know that our staffing levels are at a minimum have been no new hires in during his entire administration talked to the fire department, and they need their Trump's over twenty five. Thirty years old Griffin has been mayor for about seven years and says he's disappointed with the recall effort, but says the idea that he is anti police or fire is ridiculous. I actually lobbied for more police and fire. Officers are last budget and the rest of the council didn't want to raise the taxes. Any higher, but I've always been a very strong supporter and advocate for police and fire department, if the petition is successful, a recall election would be held next may Austin York, NewsRadio KRLD. It wasn't just the engine exploding on a Southwest Airlines jet last spring. It was the parts flying out today. Engineers from the jet engine manufacturer, Boeing and Southwest Airlines are before the National Transportation Safety board explaining what went wrong, the fan blade broke setting off a chain reaction of problems that led to a passenger's death. Victor Wiklund of the Federal Aviation Administration said the shell outside the engine should have kept the parts from escaping in evaluating the. The cascading failures we want to make sure that those don't jeopardize safety. One of the parts that escaped from the engine cowling hit a window causing the woman to be pulled partially outside of the plane flight thirteen hundred was on its way to Dallas when it made an emergency landing in Philadelphia in April a Collin county man gets prison time for running over a by silica bicyclist last thanksgiving Twenty-seven-year-old TJ Manasseh has been sentenced to twelve years in prison for killing a popular UT. Dallas assistant librarian in happen on Thanksgiving Day of last year. Thirty three year old Cameron. Randall of wildly was getting his workout in before the big dinner when he was struck by a car Manson was driving. Randall was riding his bike in front of MacMillan high and Murphy at the time Manasseh was initially arrested for intoxication manslaughter, but a grand jury instead indicted him for the lesser charge. Still the plea deal cuts time off what Manasseh could have gotten the charge. Carried a possible twenty year prison term. L P Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. Police prosecutors and nonprofits all coming together to try to stop drunk driving this holiday season Prussia. Patrick says her brother and his girlfriend were killed by a drunk driver. Ran Christmas in two thousand seven and she hopes her story will send a message to people to not drink and drive. Patrick says her family refused to put a Christmas tree until last year. And now we're trying to break through and trying to enjoy life to make sure that no one feels the pain that my family had for the past district attorney's from Dallas Tarrant, Alice and Kaufman counties all gathered with AAA today to launch a campaign called what alcohol says AAA will have records driving around with cars that were hit by drunk drivers. Moses will remain in the current public school curriculum as a significant influence on the founding fathers KRLD's Austin bureau chief Chris botch reports this is the. Decision of a majority of the state board of education the motion to remove Moses. From the peaks prompted an interesting debate board members, Georgina Peres and David Bradley, this particular individual we have no evidence that he actually influenced the founding fathers just err on the side of caution. I'd rather disagree with you than Moses Conroe board member Barbara Cargill's, one of ten that argued to keep Moses with this birth of the nascent democracy, they wanted an example. And so they looked to the bible because Israel had started as a nation the amendment to remove Moses was rejected Ken to five in Austin. Chris FOX, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. Dallas ISD says no matter how you identify. You should feel safe and included that story, plus, traffic and weather together on the eights next. It's two oh seven when you need important weather information trust.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So I have little confused because my phone screen says that it's Michael row that is on the phone. I've I never had to call him Michael before. But I don't know if he that's it is his assistant, so insistent. So so Mr Michael row. How are you, sir? Indeed, Mr. you know, what let's go with Mr. micro Glenn. I Mr. micro. Okay. Mr micro. Are you Mike? I'm great, man. How are you? I'm great. I'm just thinking of the times, you know. Early on in our relationship when you were sitting in my studio, and you said this Facebook thing should I have a Facebook page. Yes. Yes. You you you literally leaned in and kind of look over your shoulder just to make sure nobody was listening said, I would if I were you. So you just on Tuesday had I think it was like two hundred and eighty thousand likes on a posting where ee I guess it could be portrayed as your take down of capper, Nick. But that's not what it was at all. It was it was instead a look at a hero. You want to explain how this happened? And what you did. Well, as you know, you got a sort of a critical mass of people at some point. And the tail starts to wag the dog needs to be social media, and you got five million people there, and they look at the headlines and a lot of them assume that I'm sort of standing by to weigh in on anything that's remotely controversial. Of course. You can't really run us foundation and be that guy. Right. So I'm not, but you also have to say something at some point if thing really bubbles up. So the thing with copper Nick and Nike was what it was. But of course, everything sort of landed on nine eleven and people were saying, you know, say something about this already. And I looked at the at really looked at it for the first time, and look I don't I Colin Kaepernick is free to protest whatever he wants. However. Wants a Nike is certainly free to elevate any opinion, they feel like it's it's still America. But it was it was the words on the ad. It was it was the sacrifice everything part. And I just thought landing on nine eleven this. That's that's a hell of a thing. And and the question that I answered wasn't what do you think about the underlying protest or anything else? It was from a marketing standpoint, what do you think of the ad? You know, is it a is it a good idea from a marketing standpoint? And I said, well, I it's a confusing idea from a marketing standpoint because you've chosen a guy that half the people in the country. Don't really relate to in terms of what a hero. Could be your ought to be. And especially this time of year, you know, that ad came out early in September. And here we are at September eleventh, and I just thought of Tom Burnett. You know, the guy that was on flight ninety three who was instrumental in leading that that revolts, and I remembered the transcripts I read years ago between he and his wife, and I Google them in their work. So I posted his final conversation. And just politely said that if it were me, I might have gone another way. And for whatever reason I went out and went to work, I came home. And yeah. Two million people had seen the thing. And it's crazy. We were having ourselves conversation. Yeah. It was an and you know, I I'd read that years ago, but I had forgotten how intense that conversation was and how his wife said dose, please don't know sit down. Don't don't draw attention to yourself, and he should a flight attendant to or delta. Yeah. Yeah. And he said, Honey, I've we've got to do something. And we're just waiting for a an open space, and we're gonna rush. It's it's I already Glenn. I mean, you know, you're you're talking about a Nike campaign. That's built on a slogan that says just do it. His last words to his wife where we're going to do something. And I hit me it's like good grief. I mean, that's that's not a slogan marketing, that's the thing. Look, I felt the same thing few years ago. Remember when the guys on the train took down the. Terrorist unarmed. Yeah. Charged with an automatic weapon. And the thing about these moments is it's it's it's not the enormity of the tragedy. It's the it's the it's the micro element of it. It's the it's the smallest of it. What would you do? Glenn beck. I'll see halfway back. You know? What would you do and anybody who's ever been on a plane or train needs to think about that question because it's the ultimate personal question. And it's horribly relatable. We've all been in that we've all been in that circumstance if not that exact situation, and we should ask especially on nine eleven, you know, who are we what would we have done? It's Gacek, Mike. Let me let me ask you something else. I just think this is fantastic. Bob Woodward has now broken all kinds of sales records biggest fastest selling book. I think in ninety three year history of the publishing company. And but there has been there has been a slight glitch on the radar screen. Your mother four there was it was your mother was actually beating him in sales for a few hours for the better part of a day. That's my mother what happened is I my my mother's been writing these stories for years and a couple of years ago. I started reading them on Facebook. And one of those stories reached one hundred twenty eight million people. Obviously called and said, look, mom writes a story about raising the dirty jobs guy guaranteed bestseller. I said mom you want to write a book. She says what's it about? I told her. She said, you know, I have two other sons doesn't seem right. Mike. Right. The box. Well, let let let me noodle on it. She goes away. Six months later. She comes back. He's written fourteen. Terrific stories. I'm not in any of them. They're all about her mother and their delightful, but it's not what a publisher would want. Right. So I printed things I pretend thousand copies they sell out in a week and a half. Now, the publishers come back I make a deal with Simon and Schuster. My mom's book is going to hit the stands in November. That's the back story. I announced this couple of days ago over the weekend and the Amazon site crashes. She went from number two billion to number twenty five and then they couldn't take anymore orders. So the orange and noble site was still working. And so everybody went there who wanted her book and her book, which is fundamentally about hope it's called about my mother beat a book called fear. I'm not sure what it's about. But I'm pretty sure I can. So I just I couldn't help myself when I took a picture of it. And I sent it to my mom, and then I called her on the way to church, and I still end our conversation in the car. I'm like mom. You're you're beating fear hope is beating fear on a Sunday afternoon. The facebook's. And then off we go crazy world that is great. Well, I just wrote a book, and it's all about you. It's called addicted outrage, and you have to read between the lines to find the parts about you. But it's all really about you, Mike. So you mentioned that at any time. I appreciate it. Posted immediately. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. It's crazy. You live in a you live in you. Walk a tight rope every day because things everything now is political and you have done with micro works. You have done such great stuff way ahead of of the news cycle where we're all looking at universities and go we don't need that debt. The you know, if apple Google now saying, we don't need a we don't need a university diploma to to work here. We're just gonna see what you're doing. And you were on this and called a madman for so long. On top of that everything now is about politics, and you just refuse to get involved, which I commend you. How do you do it? You know, I'm not I'm not sure I I've done it. As successfully as you're saying, I think I I get a little on me because you can't talk about education, and you can't talk about work without being completely immune. Right. I mean, work leads the labor labor is unions unions is is politics. Right. Oh that that that's a pretty quick trip. But but in a very general way it cuts the other way to everyone understands work because work is one of the few truly relatable things we all need to experience how we define it is completely up to us and the value we assigned to various forms of education is completely within our control. So micro works turn ten this. Unbelievable. I swear Glenn. I remember talking to you about it not long after we I know his brand new. It's still modest by foundation standards. We've done about five million and work ethic scholarships. But the the opportunity to use social and the opportunity to keep the conversation moving. I get kind of tired of hearing people saying we need to have a conversation. Well, true in this case, though, we have to talk about that. We have to talk about one point five trillion in college loans. We have to talk about six point six million jobs still open seventy five percent of which don't require a degree. And we have to stop with this idea that following your passion is the only way to wind up passionate and doing something you love, it's nonsense. And look the millennials are fun target. Right. I mean, the the crying closets in the safe spaces and all these other things, but whereas the like the whole snowflake mentality. I said to somebody the other day, we're the we're the clouds from which these. Snowflakes fell. It's kinda on us. You know, we're putting pressure on eighteen year old kids to borrow money that we only to them anyway, knowing they're never going to be able to pay it back educating for jobs that don't really exist anymore. Right. So yeah, we'd better have a conversation. Yeah. Mike I'd love to have you back sometime and spend your Gwen your free tomorrow. I'm not I'm not. But maybe your mom is. Maybe your mom is. Your your your listeners would love her. She's I bet she's sassy highly caffeinated. How would she highly? Cafe she is how is she is an as an interview has anybody interviewed her yet. She's terrific. She's been upstaging me my whole career. All right, right. Every show. I'm in. She's on returning the favor. She's in somebody's gotta do it. She's on old episodes during job. We we we we might ask her to come on. Is that a good thing or that'd be too shameful for you? Because if it is we're definitely doing it. Well, it would be deeply humiliating for. I think all of us. Let me run it up. The flag. Got you got a publicist out. Oh, she does. Okay aged. So are okay. Some there may be some maneuvering if my people can talk to your people who could talk to her people, we can maybe work that out, Mike. Thank you so much. What he writes a book about your book, Senator her book to her said her book, you okay? And then we'll it'll be great. And it'll be fantastic. Mike is always good to talk to you. Thank you so much. Micro from micro works. We should totally talk to the real talented in the Royal family at some point..

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"tom burnett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on KTOK

"Little confused because my phone screen says that it's Michael row that is on the phone. I've I never had to call him Michael before. But I don't know if he that's it is his assistant, so insistent. So so Mr Michael row. How are you, sir? Indeed. Mr. you know, what let's go with Mr. micro, Glenn, Mr. micro. Okay. Mr micro. Are you Mike? I'm great, man. How are you? I'm great. I'm just thinking of the times, you know, early on in our relationship when you were sitting in my studio, and you said this Facebook thing should I have a Facebook page. Yes. Yes. You you you you literally leaned in and kind of look over your shoulder just to make sure nobody was listening said, I would if I were you. So you just on Tuesday had I think it was like two hundred and eighty thousand likes on a posting. Where e I guess it could be portrayed as your take down of capper, Nick. But that's not what it was at all. It was it was instead a look at a hero. You want to explain how this happened? And what you did. Well, as you know, you got a sort of a critical mass of people at some point. And the tail starts to wag the dog news and social media, and you got five million people there, and they look at the headlines and a lot of them assume that I'm sort of standing, by the way in on anything that's remotely controversial. Of course. You can't really run a foundation and be that guy. Right. So I'm not, but you also have to say something at some point if the thing really bubbles up. So the thing with capper Nick and Nike was what it was. But of course, everything sort of landed on nine eleven and people were saying, you know, say something about this already. And I looked at the really looked at it for the first time, and look I don't I Colin Kaepernick is free to protest whatever he wants. However. Wants Nike is certainly free elevate any opinion, they feel like it's it's still America. But it was it was the words on the ad. It was it was the sacrifice everything part. And I just thought landing on nine eleven this. That's that's a hell of a thing. And and the question that I answered wasn't what do you think about the underlying protest or anything else? It was from a marketing standpoint, what do you think of the ad? You know, is it a good idea from a marketing standpoint? And I said, well, I it's a confusing idea from a marketing standpoint because you've chosen a guy that half the people in the country. Don't really relate to in terms of what a hero could be your ought to be. And especially this time of year, you know, that ad came out early in September. And here we are at September eleventh, and I just thought of Tom Burnett. You know, the guy that was on flight ninety three who was instrumental in leading that that revolt, and I remembered the transcripts I read years ago between he and his wife, and I go there, they work. So I posted his final conversation. And just politely said that if it were me, I might have gone another way. And for whatever reason, you know, I went out and went to work, I came home. And yeah. Ten million people had seen the thing. And it's crazy. We were having ourselves a conversation. Yeah. It was and I had read that years ago. But I had forgotten how intense that conversation was and how his wife said dose, please don't know sit down. Don't don't draw attention to yourself, and he said a flight attendant or delta. Yeah. And he said, Honey, I've we've got to do something. And we're just waiting for a an open space, and we're going to rush. It's it's that's the irony. Glenn? I mean, you know, you're you're talking about a Nike campaign. That's built on a slogan that says just do it. His last words to his wife where we're going to do something. And I that's what hit me. It's like good grief. I mean, that's that's not a slogan marketing, that's the thing. Look, I felt the same thing a few years ago. Remember when the guys on the train took down the. Terrorist on armed they charged with an automatic weapon. And the thing about these moments is it's it's it's not the enormity of the tragedy. It's the it's the it's the micro element of it. It's the it's the smallness of it. What would you do? Glenn beck. I'll seat halfway back. You know? What would you do and anybody who's ever been on a plane or train needs to think about that question because it's the ultimate personal question. And it's horribly relatable. We've all been in that we've all been in that circumstance if not that exact situation, and we should ask especially on nine eleven, you know, who are we what would we have done? It's a gut check, Mike. Let me let me ask you something else. I just think this is fantastic. Bob Woodward has now broken all kinds of sales records biggest fastest selling book. I think in ninety three year history of the publishing company. But there has been there has been a slight glitch on the radar screen. Your mother four there was it was your mother was actually beating him in sales for a few hours for the better part of a day. That's cra-. My mother what happened is I my my mother's been writing these stories for years and a couple of years ago. I started reading I'm on Facebook. And one of those stories reached one hundred twenty eight million people. Al-beshir's obviously called and said, look, it's her mom writes, a story about raising the dirty jobs guy guaranteed bestseller. I said mom you want to write a book. She says what's it about? I told her. She said, you know, I have two other sons doesn't seem right. Right. The bucks. Well, let let let me noodle on it. She goes away. Six months later. She comes back. She's written fourteen terrific stories. I'm not in any of them. There are all about her mother and their delightful, but it's not what a publisher would want. Right. So I printed things I pretend thousand copies they sell out at a week and a half. Now, the publishers come back and make a deal with Simon and Schuster. My mom's book is going to hit the stands in November. That's the back story. I announced this couple of days ago over the weekend and the Amazon site crashes. She went from number two million to number twenty five and then they couldn't take anymore orders. So the Barnes and noble site was still working. And so everybody went there who wanted her book and her book, which is mentally about hope. It's called about my mother beat a book called fear. I'm not sure what it's about. But I'm pretty sure I can. So I just I couldn't help myself when I took a picture of it. And I sent it to my mom, and then I called her on the way to church, and I filmed our conversation in the car. I'm like mom. You're you're beating fear hope is beating fear on a Sunday afternoon. Facebook's. And then off we go crazy world that is great. Well, I just wrote a book, and it's all about you. It's called addicted outrage, and you have to read between the lines to find the parts about you. But it's all really about you, Mike. So you mentioned that at any time. I appreciate it. Posted immediately. Yeah. It's crazy. It's crazy. You live in a you live in you. Walk a tight rope every day because things everything now is political and you have done with micro works. You have done such great stuff way ahead of of the news cycle where we're all looking at universities and go we don't need that debt. The you know, if apple Google now saying, we don't need a we don't need a university diploma to to work here. We're just gonna see what you're doing. And you were on this and called a madman for so long. On top of that everything now is about politics, and you just refuse to get involved, which I commend you. How do you do it? You know, I'm not I'm not sure I I've done it. As successfully as you're saying, I think I I get a little on me because you can't talk about education, and you can't talk about work without being completely immune. Right. I mean, work leads to labor labor is unions unions is is politics. Right. Oh that that that's a pretty quick trip. But but in a very general way it cuts the other way to everyone understands work because work is one of the few truly relatable things we all need to experience. How we define it completely up to us and the value we assigned to various forms of education is completely within our control. So micro works turn ten this. Unbelievable. I swear Glenn. I remember talking to you about it not long after we launched. I know his brand new. And it's still modest by foundation standards. We've done about five million and work ethic scholarships. But the the opportunity to use social and the opportunity to keep the conversation. Moving kind of tired of hearing people saying we need to have a conversation. Well, true in this case, though, we have to talk about that. We we have to talk about one point five trillion in college loans. We have to talk about six point six million jobs still open seventy five percent of which don't require a degree. And we have to stop with this idea that following your passion is the only way to wind up passionate and doing something you love, it's nonsense. And look the millennials are fun target. Right. I mean, the the crying closets in the safe spaces and all these other things, but we're the like the whole snowflake mentality. I said to somebody the other day, we're the we're the clouds from which these. Snowflakes fell. Kinda it's kinda on us. You know, we're putting pressure on eighteen year old kids to borrow money that we don't even have to lend them what we get to them. Anyway, knowing they're never going to be able to pay it back educating them for jobs that don't really exist anymore. Right. So yeah, we'd better have a conversation. Yeah. Mike I'd love to have you back sometime and spend your free tomorrow. I'm not I'm not. But maybe your mom is. Maybe your mom is. Your your your listeners would love her. She. Oh, I bet she's sassy and highly caffeinated. How would she highly cafe she is? How is she is an as an interview anybody interviewed her yet? She's terrific. She's been upstaging me my whole career in every show. I'm in she's on returning the favor. She's in somebody's gotta do it. She's on old episodes of dirty job. We we we. We might ask her to come on. Is that a good thing or that be too shameful for you? Because if it is we're definitely doing it. Well, it would be deeply humiliating for. I think all of us. Let me run it up. The flag. Got you got a publicist out. Oh, she does okay agent. So are okay. Some there may be some maneuvering if my people can talk to your people who could talk to her people, we can maybe work that out, Mike. Thank you so much. What he writes a book about your book, Senator her book, the her said her book, you okay? And then we'll it'll be great. And it'll be fantastic. Mike is always good to talk to you. Thank you so much. Micro from micro works. We should totally talk to the real talent in the Royal family at some point..

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I confused because my phone screen says that it's Michael row that is on the phone. I've I never had to call him Michael before. But I don't know if he that's it is his assistant, so insistent. So so Mr Michael row. How are you, sir? Indeed. Mr. you know, what let's go with Mr. micro Glenn. I Mr. micro. Okay. Mr micro. Are you Mike? I'm great, man. How are you? I'm great. I'm just thinking of the times, you know, early on in our relationship when you were sitting in my studio, and you said this Facebook thing should I have a Facebook page. Yes. Yes. You you you you literally leaned in and kind of look over your shoulder just to make sure nobody was listening said, I would if I were you. So you just on Tuesday had I think it was like two hundred and eighty thousand likes on a posting where e. I guess it could be portrayed as your take down of capture, Nick. But that's not what it was at all. It was it was instead a look at a hero. You want to explain how this happened? And what you did. Well, as you know, you got a sort of a critical mass of people at some point. And the Tel starts to wag the dog needs to be social media, and you got five million people there, and they look at the headlines and a lot of them assume that I'm sort of standing by to weigh in on anything. That's really controversial. Of course, you can't really wanna foundation and be that guy. I'm not, but you also have to say something at some point thing really bubbles up. So the thing with capture Nick and Nike was what it was. But of course, everything sort of landed on nine eleven and people were saying, you know, say something about this already. And I looked at the really looked at it for the first time, and look I don't I Colin Kaepernick is free to protest whatever he wants. However, he wants Mike, you certainly free to elevate any opinion, they feel like it's it's still America. But it was it was the words on the ad. Was it was the sacrifice everything part? And I just thought landing on nine eleven this. That's that's a hell of a thing. And and the question I answered wasn't what do you think about the underlying protest or anything else that was from a marketing standpoint, what do you think of the ad? You know is a is a good idea from a marketing standpoint, and I said, well, it's a confusing idea from a marketing standpoint because you've chosen a guy that half the people in the country don't really relate to in terms of what a euro beer ought to be and especially this time of year, you know, that ad came out early in September. And here we are in September eleventh, and I just thought of Tom Burnett. You know, the guy that was on flight ninety three who was instrumental in leading that that revolt, and I remembered the transcripts I read years ago between he and his wife, and I go there they were. So I posted his final conversation. I just politely said that if it were me, I might have gone another way. And for whatever reason I went out and went to work, I came home and. Yeah. Million people had seen the thing. And it's crazy rabbit or sell the conversation. Yeah. It was. And and you know, I I'd read that years ago, but I had forgotten how intense that conversation was and how his wife said dose, please don't know sit down. Don't don't draw attention to yourself, and he should've attendance. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And he said, Honey, I've we've got to do something. And we're just waiting for a an open space, and we're going to rush. It's that's the argument irony Glenn. I mean, you're you're talking about a Nike campaign. That's built on a slogan that says just do it. His last words to his wife where we're going to do something. And I that's why hit me like good grief. I mean, that's that's not a slogan marketing, and that's the thing. I felt the same thing a few years ago. Remember when the guys on the train took the terrorist unarmed charged with automatic weapon, and the thing about these moments is it's it's it's not the enormity of the tragedy. It's a it's a it's a micro level up. But it's it's a small. What would you do? Glenn beck. I'll see half halfway back. You know? What would you do and anybody who's ever been on a plane or train needs to think about that question because it's the ultimate personal question. And it's orally relatable. We've all been in that we've all been in that circumstance if not that exact situation, and we should ask especially on nine eleven. You know, what would we have done? It's Gacek, Mike. Let me let me ask you something else. I just think this is fantastic. Bob Woodward has now broken all kinds of sales records biggest fastest selling book. I think in ninety three year history of the publishing company. But there has been there has been a slight glitch on the radar screen. Your mother was it was your mother was actually beating him in sales for a few hours for the better part of the day. That's cra-. My mother what happened is I might my mother's been writing stories for years and a couple of years ago. I started reading them on Facebook. And one of those stories reached one hundred twenty eight million people all Shire's, obviously called and said, look, it's your mom writes, a story about raising the dirty jobs guy guaranteed bestseller. I said mom you want to write a book. She says what's it about told her? She said, you know, I have two other sons doesn't seem right. Well, let let me noodle on it. She goes away six months later. She comes back. He's written fourteen. Terrific stories. I'm not in any of them. They're all about her mother and their delightful, but it's not what a publisher would want. Right. So I printed things I pretend thousand copies they sell out at a week and a half. Now, the publishers come back and make feel assignment should start. My mom's book is going to hit the stands in November. That's the back story. I announced this couple of days ago over the weekend and the Amazon site crashes. She went number two million to number twenty five, and then they can take orders. So the Barnes and noble site was still working. And so everybody went there who wanted her book and her book, which is fundamentally about hope it's called about my mother be a book called fear. I'm not sure what it's about. But I'm pretty sure I can. I couldn't help myself when I took a picture of it. And I sent it to my mom, and then I called her on the way to church, and I still end our conversation in the car. You're you're beating fear hope is beating fear on a Sunday afternoon up Facebook's. And then off we go crazy world that is great. Well, I just wrote a book, and it's all about you. It's called outrage, and you have to read between the lines to find the parts about you. But it's all really about you, Mike. So you mentioned that at any time. I appreciate it. Posted immediately. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. It's crazy. You live in a you live you walk a tight rope everyday. Because things everything now is political and you have done with micro works. You have done such great stuff way ahead of of the news cycle where we're all looking at universities. We don't need that debt. The apple Google now saying we don't need a we don't need a university diploma to to work here. We're just going to see what you're doing. And you were on this and called a madman for so long on top of that everything now is about politics, and you refuse to get involved, which I commend you. How do you do it? I'm not I'm not sure I I've done it, successfully as you're saying, I think I I get a little on me because you can't talk about education, and you can't talk about work without being completely immune. Right. I mean, work leads to labor labor is unions unions is is politics right though, that that that's a pretty quick trip. But but in a very general way it cuts the other way to everyone understands work because work is one of the few truly relatable things we all need to experience how we define it is completely up to us and the value signed to various forms of education is completely within our control. So Mike works turned ten this. Unbelievable. I swear I remember talking to you about it not long after I know his brand new. Still modest by foundation standards. We spent about five million and work ethic scholarships. But. Yup. To use social and the opportunity to keep the conversation moving. I got kind of tired of hearing people saying you'll be conversation. Well, true in this case, though. We have to talk about that. We have to talk about one point five trillion in college. Loans. We have to talk about six point six million jobs. Still open seventy five percent of which don't require a degree. And we have to stop with this idea that following your passion is the only way to wind up passionate and doing something you love, it's nonsense and fun target. Right. I mean, the crying closets into safe spaces and all these other things, but we're the like all snowflake mentality. I said to somebody the other day, we're the we're the clouds from which these snowflakes fell and kinda it's kinda on us. You know, we're putting pressure on eighteen year old kids to borrow money that we don't even have to lend them, but we get to them. Anyway, knowing they're never going to be able to pay it back educating them for jobs that don't really exist anymore. Right. So yeah, we'd better have a conversation. Yeah. Michael love to have you back sometime and spend just your I'm not I'm not. But maybe your mom is. Maybe your mom is. Your your your listeners would love her. She only met she's sassy and highly caffeinated she had highly. She how is she is. As an interview has anybody interviewed her yet. She's terrific. You've been upstaging me my whole career every show. I'm in. She's on returning the favor. She's in somebody's gotta do what? She's dirty job. We we might. We might ask her to come on. Is that a good thing or that'd be too shameful for you? Because if it is we're definitely doing it. Well, it would be humiliating for all of us. Let me run it up. Got you got a publicist out. Oh, she does. Okay. So there may be some maneuvering if my people can talk to your people who could talk to her people, we can maybe work that out, Mike. Thank you so much. What he writes a book about your book, Senator her her her books, you okay? And then we'll it'll be it'll be fantastic. Mike is always good to talk to you. Thank you so much. Micro from micro works. We should totally talk to the real talent. And the Royal family at some point. I would love that'd be great micros, mama. And we should just kick him out on hold while that's going on our things going there. Imagine having your mom on national radio. Oh, my. All right. I'll tell you about our sponsor this f ours..

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"tom burnett" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"On Monday. When a welcome Dan in Tennessee right here on the field Valentine show, Dan. How are you? Dan, how you doing? I'm good, man. Go ahead. The Mitch is burning your head. The burner by head is. You're describing them. He he was a real heavy ambulance driver. And. He looked like Becky headed to discuss it face. It must've been before the towers fell because it was like. The other day in New York he had discussed it look. And I just wondered if he was one of the victims. Because they showed it must have been be thorough before the towers fell. Yeah. Very very a possibly, Dan. And yeah, I do appreciate the call. And that's that's a great point. You know, one of the things that a lot of people. Don't necessarily think about, but I do is the fact that after the towers fell, and this is to Dan's point after the towers fell there's the people that were killed immediately. A during the terrorist act at nine eleven right. But then you have all of those first responders who ran into the rubble, and I remember this because I was in New York at the time as I was just saying before the break, and you had all those people that ran into the rubble and started trying to pick up all of the game. Imagine this but trying to sort through all of the soot and all of the rubble trying to find survivors. And so part of the news cycle today has been the fact that a lot of those folks a lot of those responders who ran into the rubble after the towers fell they have this. Awful cancer. And so over the years since two thousand one a lot of these folks have been suffering mightily and horrifically and they've also been dying. I mean, we've lost a thousands. I'm not if I'm not mistaken, thousands of these folks who worked there at the at the site of ground zero nine eleven from two thousand one basically for couple years sifting through all of this stuff. And so when you think about all of the all of the things that were inside those buildings from the airplanes themselves to the jet fuel to the all the computers in everything else, and it all came crumbling down to the ground and a massive ball of fire. Well, the the smoke was was full of just, you know, certain chemicals and everything else. And and I don't think anybody had ever really seen air like this before, you know, the the air quality right there ground zero it was horrible. And you got all these people that are that are trying to pick their way through all of this debris all of this does mountain of rubble. And they ended up getting cancer. And so when you've got people like. Nike talking about. How Colin Kaepernick he he is their their their face of courage. You know, believe in something, even if you lose everything and in Colin Kaepernick is the face of that. You have to think why in the world then we talked about this yesterday. So I don't wanna go on and on about Colin Kaepernick today. But why in the world would Nike put Colin Kaepernick as the face of bravery and courage and sacrifice when we have people like, for example, a Tom Burnett. This is a guy who help take down the airplane that ultimately ended up crashing in Pennsylvania. He was on that plane in somebody asked micro, we all know and love micro. And he is a guy who a lot of people because of his perspective folks will ask him, you know. Hey, mike. Wh what do you think about the whole Colin Kaepernick disaster over at Nike? Do you have any thoughts? And so. Row. Had a great point micro. Had a great point. He says, hey Sam Nike is free to celebrate whomever. They wish in capper Nick is most certainly entitled to his opinion kneeling standing or lying down. But micro says if I was going to put someone's face on a billboard somebody who is bravery and sacrifice. I might have gone another way, especially this time of the year. I might have gone with this guy, Tom Burnett. And again, he was one of the many who helped bring down the plane which ultimately landed in Pennsylvania before it hit its intended target in Washington DC. And so if you go to Tom Brady said there's a website for him in memory of him and his talks about his mission and his life at his death. And there's a transcript of Tom's last call to his wife Dina, and they talk about. How there was you know, all of these planes have been hijacked and Tom has called Dina inches. Feeding him information, and he is now realizing that he is on a suicide mission. And so he and his fellow passengers it took down that plane and heroically took down that plane as we all know his last words to his wife. Was this quote, don't worry we're going to do something and they did and they were able to bring that plane down. And obviously, they all perished as we all know in the resulting crash. But who knows how many lives they saved by taking that plane down over Pennsylvania before it hit its intended target in Washington DC. So for me people like Tom brunette? Those are the folks that Nike should be celebrating those the folks that we here in America should be putting up on pedestals people like Tom Burnett. Most certainly not in my opinion, people like Colin Kaepernick who by the way. Did you see that? He is in the news today, Colin capper, Nick donated twenty five thousand dollars to a group that honors a convicted cop killer. So when you have people say, oh, Colin Kaepernick gets I it's not about a hatred for police. It's not anything about that. He's protesting racism. Well, wait till I tell you what this group is all about that is straight ahead. President Trump says the federal government is preparing for the impact of hurricane Florence. Coming at us in. Twenty five thirty.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Top local story observances across the country, including here in Minnesota on the seventeenth anniversary of these timber eleventh terror attacks American flags today are lining the stage. Coach bridge that spans I ninety four south of Stillwater. They're put up every year by the group our ground zero a member of that group. Stephan would plans to be on the bridge all day seventeen points out here for seventeen years to commemorate the memorial started this morning that while AM and we'll be out here. Tomorrow morning lot. Every other car seems like is acknowledging. So that's. Woods speaking with WC CEO's. Dave Lee the morning news this morning. He works now for the fire and rescue department of Roberts Wisconsin later today. Fire trucks and ambulances other vehicles will move down. I ninety four in memory of the emergency workers killed on this day. Also, the nine eleven tribute concert is tonight at the lake Harriet band shell in Minneapolis, followed by flag ceremony at least four Minnesotans were killed in the attacks. Tom Burnett was on flight ninety three and part of the passenger revolt that led to hijackers crashing the jet in western Pennsylvania. Gordon, and Gary Becker were in the World Trade Center towers in New York City and died with others and Cheryl sin. Kaku was born in the south western Minnesota town of curry was working in the Pentagon fifteen Red Cross volunteers from Minnesota are already on the ground in the southeastern US were hurricane. Florence appeals appears to be headed their mission is to set up evacuation centers Meghan maroshek is the disaster officer for the Red Cross's Minnesota reach actually one of the busiest times because.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Do they pay or do they go get afternoons one three. Eighty five degrees were heading up to ninety the rain, seems to be done, with, us for, a while I'm David Rankin the, Dallas city, managers proposed. Budget calls for an increase in police pay but the mayor says. It might not. Be a good idea doing cross the Ford hey. Raise is like taking, a chainsaw to heart surgery okay You can't just throw money up against the issue. You've, got to understand where the issues are issue one is recruiting levels he says a manpower is the biggest. Problem then pay increases for new officers should be a priority murder trial for former cop in ball springs that trial for ROY. Oliver is going to begin Thursday as scheduled I the defense claim the trial should not begin the day after tomorrow because it just got evidence that was denied Secondly attorneys for Oliver tried to have the Dallas county DA's office recused for legal reasons. That didn't fly either one thing the defense. Was able to do was stop the prosecution from? Presenting, the testimony of Monique Erin Dondo during the trial. She was involved in a Fender bender accident with Albert two. Weeks before the shooting in bald springs that claimed the life of a fifteen year old, Oliver pulled a gun, on her for that small accident promotion German had. A gun to my head I didn't know what was going to. Happen Scared and Dawson I was going to die in front, of my, sister my niece the judge said that testimony may come up if the circumstances, call for it but he will have to give his approval, LP, Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD some, people in Bedford say the city is over developing the last of. The open land they want the city to stop those developers from building. An apartment complex Tom Burnett. Tells NBC five there are more apartments that would lead to more traffic and put a. Strain on services so we want to preserve that not, for the Belmont but, for economic development the developer put out a statement saying it's working with the city and it's come up with a plan for fewer apartments. And more houses you cannot ride electric scooters and the Katy trail people are doing it, anyway for weeks grace period for people riding the electric scooters along the. Trail was observed but now that is over, this woman says even with, the New Orleans she sees people riding scooters on the trail all the time and, finds them dangerous Like. A couple of miles kinda sketchy this runner, is worried about getting hit, when she's on.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"That that filters out in in tendrils of of bizarreness i'm really disappointed that you wouldn't let us the headline we finally work it out you know we find out the answers the question does a big foot teke diarrhea in the woods although that would have been much better headlines definitely not a food it's it's rivers of excrement is coming up and plus good way good way to describe plus this is from tom burnett real salt of the guy from north carolina he's his name is familiar to see published a few books he wrote a week coauthored a book that came out light lost you on the theories behind saas coach but this is this is a story of how he got involved the gist of it is that he's family owns over one hundred and thirty acres in north carolina and he had decided to move back to the family property and buildings house way out in the wilderness and that's one of the grid thing yeah totally off the grid that and that's when the weirdness started that's when he started to get the usual knox and visits and it's really it's a case of habituation to he tries to befriend whatever is leaving rivers of diarrhea on the road house the question is really really want to be friends with something that is leaving rivers of diarrhea outside you clearly you wanna help their diet because that's true something's not right what was he feeding them always it's all spoil we reveal coming extension what bigfoot was aiding to give him such horrible diarrhea okay well we'll give that away well let's just jump straight into the show and that's to start talking about some of these in chronicity so as i said earlier i picked up a copy of i've anti sanderson's investigating the explained disquietening mysteries of the natural world this was published back in nineteen seventy two and as i said much of the book focuses on almost animals a few ancient artifacts stories and the and of course out of place objects but i really was fascinated by this strange preoccupation that he seems to have with quincy jones and synchronicity and it seems like this kept on going on throughout the entire book had this.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"This is john podcast number one nineteen with echo charles in me jaakko jokolik read evening echo good evening on september eleventh four hundred miles from the collapse world trade center towers three dozen passengers and crew aboard united flight ninety three remained in airborne purgatory starting at nine thirty am for some thirty minutes fourteen of them managed to telephone either loved ones or operators on the ground public relations man mark bingham got through to his aunt's home in california this is mark he began i want to let you guys know that i love you in case i don't see you again then i'm on united airlines flight ninety three it's being hijacked two other callers from the plane not only provided information but also gleaned vital news from those they phoned tom burnett chief operating officer for medical devices firm made her number of brief calls to his wife dina speaking quietly he asked her to contact the authorities and told her that a male passenger had been stabbed later that he had died a woman perhaps a flight attendant was being held at knife point and the hijackers claimed they had a bomb jeremy glick a salesman for an internet services company also managed to phone in a long conversation with his wife liz glick said the hijackers had put on these red headbands they said they had a bomb they looked iranian the bomb was in a red box he said coupled told each other how much they loved each other.

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"tom burnett" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom burnett" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The wake of a corner and law enforcement florin grandcolas carry the spark of life was an unborn child three months law the bill cash so for former army paratrooper with a hundred and first airborne had actually help to build the world trade center zone tuesday and there were so many others boost names we just heard echoing into the with this morning they were ordinary people but on that day they became extraordinary we all know the story flight ninety three took off at a forty too farting newark the san francisco forty six minutes later terrorists seize control nine 35 the plane diverted toward washington dc passengers called their loved ones only to find out what was happening across the country learn what the rest of america the world trade center struck the pentagon have been hit only a few moments after they were hijacked they figured out the terrorists intended to use their playing for the same purpose but as tom burnett told his wife on the phone we're going to do something and they did the men and women a flight 93 began to joined together they devised a plan in those short moment they do their objective not only plan but history records that they prayed together was lisa jefferson a phone operator on the ground the low for told they're for the lord's prayer the recited those should words though i walked through the valley of the shadow this i will fear no evil for the are me nine fifty seven after only twenty nine minutes todd beamer spoke those words that america for the world will never forget let's roll the charge the cockpit it took hold of their faith six minutes later attend three flight ninety three plummeted cheater to the irs brave men and women aboard sacrificed their lives for the country we call we gather here today because the men and women of flight 93 your heroes they're looking at the fields in shanksville cancelled that was vice president mike pence speaking there in pennsylvania in shanksville where of course flight ninety three crashed several years go we are of course we took up president donald trump live from new york city just a short time ago when we come back we're going to be playing some of the interview from steve bannon he was on sixty minutes last night doing his first tv interview ever so we will play some of those clips on the.

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