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"twentieth trip" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

06:14 min | 8 months ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Post humorously fonder memories in the people in portugal and spain had forum at the time. Seventeen ninety two september twentieth. France started the first republic to reform the country after the monarchy was overthrown in the french revolution. That's government sir for like three years just reform in the country so pretty cool also later the government. That was sweeping heads off the road. It's basically yeah. Headings also didn't George lucas call. That isn't that. Like star wars the first republic. Or is that yeah. Yeah it's gotta be socket. Yeah something like that. Eighteen seventy september twentieth rome was incorporated into italy and the papacy kingdom was reduced to just vatican city before that they ruled the entire city of rome within italy so they probably weren't too happy about that no but they got their little city of no questions asked and yeah yeah. They're in the end. They're all right. It's just the when you get into vatican's city it's like the three monkeys like we will hear no evil like the slogan i can have runs. Cut their own slogan. I mean they do whatever they wanted to tech. Virginia is for lovers considered keeping keeping quiet. Y- total church rule judge jury executioner. Eighteen eighty six. The city of johannesburg south africa was founded. I guess by the bores. I don't know. I didn't really look into it and Nine whites by by who the whites. Yup and nineteen forty six. The first ever cannes film festival was hosted in france on september twentieth. So that's gone on to become very classy. Event in nineteen ninety. Eight cal ripken. Junior ended his ironman streak at twenty six hundred thirty two consecutive games played. I believe not. I have sixteen hundred thirty. I think it's twenty. If you've got a fact check that i could check the and then twenty eleven september twentieth. The us ended the. Don't ask don't tell policy so big big day and then twenty seventeen hurricane. Maria devastated puerto rico on september twentieth day in history warning. Twenty six thirty to two thousand twenty something to get speaking of people that like the smaller on farts like the the con film festival. I think the emmys were sunday night or yesterday not honorable mentions marks. Correct the emmys. I had the same note. I think they happened sunday night. Yeah i mean emmys trashcan. Like tv awards. No thanks yeah probably happened. Why wildwood while we're taping west. Do you have any notes on the emmys. Did you know who was favored. Who's no fucking idea was was By the way. Ted lasso you got i. I think they're for some emmys right. Yeah probably teen that. Did you guys watch that fucking at one of the late. It's not the i think. It's the most recent episode that the the beard episode. Yeah it was a spoiler that spoilers. Oh i thought it was just a lot of people bitching about it. There's no it was. It felt like a jumped the shark up so the me. Oh wow you think they're getting a little too silly may got a little too silly. They got a little too silly from what jim call them. With the voicemail. Five one two two seven of fourteen eighty to tell west what you thought about it or may and mark if if you agree with west and you thought it sucked balls so there's a lot of people who agree with you. I saw that. Very polarizing it. So i tell you. I don't think the seasons the strongest last season our season one galaxy see one versus two. Exactly there's just. I'd say there's been like three strong episodes of the nine the season. I think that the beard one was one of the three. i'm not. I'm not clamoring to watch the episodes. This season like i was seeing like after. I figured it out. I'm like i'm not clamming. Was it friday like i can. I can go two weeks and be like catch up on it now. It's of like it's. It's a similar drop off. I feel like stranger things. Want to Yeah because like the first season is like so near perfect seasons to enter things one now so one point also like true detective on. Hbo is probably similar. Right with the first one with harrelson macabre at least have an advantage where they don't have any continuation whatsoever and there's still right and they start with actors but recommendation. I don't know if you guys are watching this The nine perfect strangers on hulu. Great I think this season families coming up and then mark. I finally watch that Little fires everywhere that you were talking about. That series is great too. Yes that's that was like the same people at the do the same show. her show. showrunner are the same. I don't know if they. I mean. Yeah i mean i could see that but you know where they go to like the resort. Yes that's like it's like a rehab kanodia. Yeah dressed very good. Very nice. And i've been continuing to watch the wire for the first time which i'm loving what we're actually going to get more into that when we talk about number three which is president. Biden's weekend in rehoboth beach as you fellows. No president biden likes to go to his beach house in delaware on the weekend delaware guy. Huge delaware guy likes to get out there. Looks ride the bike with jill This last trip to delaware over this last weekend. Wait to get out to delaware. We'll was this last weekend was at least as twentieth trip to his home state in his first eight months in office. I'm pretty sure it's more than that. But keep a twenty two hour drive right. It's pretty close pretty close but this last weekend it was for good reason. The president biden. Wanted to get out of dc. Because his world imploded on friday as he took off for the beach and i'm sure he was preferring bike rides to dealing with all of these problems namely let's talk about them. Axios reported last friday. What hard factor already predicted last week when it came to light that biden couldn't convince.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on What A Day

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Police officer last year was awarded an honorary pulitzer. The board gave a special citation to darnell frazier to quote highlight the crucial role of citizens and journalists quest. For truth and justice. They're according went on to become a crucial piece of evidence. Derek chauvin murder trial frazier recently described her experience of reporting floyd's staff as traumatic life changing but also said she was proud of herself for helping to get out the truth. She was just seventeen at the time trying to buy snacks from the corner store with her nine year old cousin she also became a key witness during chopin's trial chauvinist set to be sentenced next week and the three other officers involved in floyd's fatal arrest are scheduled to face trial next year house speaker. Nancy pelosi promised to probe trump's justice department over recently uncovered subpoenas this past weekend in case you missed it. Tech giant apple revealed last week that it was subpoenaed by the fbi in two thousand eighteen to share communication records and other data about one hundred accounts including those of journalists and democratic congress members like representatives adam schiff and eric swallow well and their staff. This is included a gag order which expired. Recently this mass effort to harvest information happened during the investigation into whether trump and his team received help from russia during the two thousand sixteen election. Trump's doj also notably subpoenaed apple for data on an account belonging to don mcgann who was part of trump's white house counsel at the time. It's not clear why but some suspect it could have something to do with his involvement with a leak related to the russia investigation. In addition to a congressional probe biden's justice department is currently leading. Its own internal investigation into the subpoenas. A pharmaceutical company is powerful. Stand against perfectionism has led the fda to tell them to throw away. Seventy five million covid vaccine. That company is emergent bio solutions. We've spoken previously about lax standards at their baltimore. Plant that allowed. Fifteen million johnson johnson doses to be contaminated the last night of the fda ordered in additional sixty million doses to be. Marie kondo later explaining that they were manufactured at the same time as the contaminated and might also be impure. The main issue was that astrazeneca. Jj vaccines were being produced too closely together and vaccine prep areas. We're used to transport production waste but thankfully no shrimp covered cinnamon. As far as we know that's far The fda did approve ten million doses from the factory for use but canada rejected their shipment of three hundred thousand of them on saturday. Yeah they're nice but they're not that nice. Consumer goods prices are rising rocketship. Tickets are no exception the auction for a ride to space alongside. Jeff bezos and. His brother ended this weekend netting. Twenty eight million dollars from a yet unidentified ficiary of our countries craven and perverted tax code the july twentieth trip aboard a blue origin spaceship. We'll take the auction winner. Just above the so-called carmen line considered to be the official height at which space begins. I thought we were in space this time but i was wrong from launch to landing. The ride will last about eleven minutes. Barely exceeding the max link of one qube crunch the numbers that works out to be about two and a half million dollars permanent for lucky person who gets to network with the basil's brothers while emptying their bladder into a spacesuit from amazon basics the twenty eight million dollars will be donated to club for the future blue origins foundation to inspire kids to pursue careers in stem so that one day. They can join a team. That's in billionaires tiny little space vacations manned. I hope this is the middle seat. Yeah honestly. I hope that they don't have any drink service and those are. That's one thing before we go this pride month. Love it or leave. It hosts john lovett returns to the stage for an exclusive private performance called out of the closets into the streets on june twenty-fourth. Join john lovett and a lineup of your favorite. Lgbtq plus acts as they bring the celebration right to you out of the closets and into the streets will be streamed live on june twenty four th at four pm pacific time. Join the fun. Cooking media's youtube and twitter pages that is offered today if you like show me. She grabbed review. Avoid the mouths of whales. If you can't listen and if you're into reading and not just very reasonable selling prices of rocket ride like me what it is also a nightly newsletter taken out and subscribe at crooked dot com slash. Subscribe ign mckinley hughes. I'm getting residents and wash your space amazon basics. Yeah i mean lord knows we don't know what fabric it's made of no once you get into space to. It's gonna need another wash up there maybe two but not from within. What a day is the production of crooked media it's recorded and mixed by charlotte landis sonya ton and jazzy marine are associate producers. Are head writer. Is john milstein in our executive producers. Are leo durand cues.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"Development we're joined by kevin solti under green sports solar a rochester based solar development company. Kevin thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having. Perhaps we can start off by you telling us a little. Bit about green sparks. Solar old is the company how many employees you had. And what was the driving or to start green sparked so we're about to start our twentieth trip around the sun this this april nineteenth university as a company and so we'll We're headed toward twenty years old. We are currently about fifty people although we're hiring right now for a number of positions We started the company basically My partners and i were all executives. And the renewable energy businesses utility scale wind business around the western part of the united states and started to realize that a pretty young age. Twenty two twenty three years old that you know having been in the industry for a year or two having studied in college and stuff that we knew as much as most in should just kinda start on our own and so at the time. governor pataki In new york was talking about berry aggressive renewable energy mandates and we found a good to leeann so we ended up in new york state. Spite of the fact that none of us None of us. That are still with the business at any roots in new york state and so we started in albany. Two thousand two Moved to the rochester area in two thousand five and You know the overall drive the company very simply is at a very young age for for me from my first college class. The very first college class environmental chemistry where the greenhouse effect would showed in graphical format. I realized that. Well this is a really big problem. And so Since that first college class dedicate my life to combating climate change because we only have one plane. We'd better do something about it. That's great and see. The green spark is a certified b. corp is that part of walking the talk as far as Concern for Environmental management..

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Jeep that was going over to Europe loaded with a carton in INEC carton had oil in raids and jumper cables and tools and oriel and whatever they would need in case something broke down what the port of New York his commander said to him you know guarantee we have all the stuff waiting for us in England and made my day I take everything off every single vehicle New York and my dad had they had nothing waiting for them not even toilet paper so my dad had to barter toilet paper for three hundred man each man got two sheets of toilet toilet paper or three hundred nine oh my nothing we can relate to that right now I think so he had a lot of memorable stories he loved being in England and my father was at day two of the day and my father was at Utah beach goodness knows those are those are really important stories I'm sure you're very very proud of him and right thank you do you want your server my father was in the battle of the bulge on all the way to work the liberation of Dachau and Buchenwald in my opinion at the story and told me six months before he passed of the story of them coming across looking walled but and help you hadn't had the March everybody in from the village and help very every single prisoner of war or leverage them their health and their age but I do have a a letter from general Patton if you would allow me to read it I think it's ever so important my father loved general Patton as the manager of the hundred and twentieth trip away gun battalion my father said general Patton was a soldier and no a soldier's soldier please do go ahead says letters from general Patton to your dad this is to the man of the third army the soldiers of the third army past and present so it is written from headquarters of the army ATO four oh three general orders number ninety eight was written on may the ninth nineteen forty five is dedicated to the soldiers of the third army past and present your coach during the hunt two hundred and eighty one days of incessant victorious combat your penetration of advanced farther in less time than any other army and judiciary you have fought your way across twenty four major rivers.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome back to our to the Curtis in Juliet the Harvey Weinstein verdict then he was convicted on two counts his lawyers already high tailed it over to the appellate court so we'll see what happens with that in the meantime coronavirus it is calamity Juliet a striking again Curtis I don't even know if I'm gonna be able to go on my vacation but you were going to go to Porto Rico and then they have more earthquakes and they had that I know in the entire his so we had to cancel that vacation so now our March twentieth trip to Rome Florence and Venice is up in the air at this point well they of canceling the Venice part the card even though in Venice which is a huge deal to my Venetian friends they are not happy about the lan is starting to get into lock down mode yeah I mean there's a whole area of liberty that's just completely shut down I think twelve pounds at this point and I. guaranteed tomorrow night on the stage in South Carolina where the democratic candidates will debate and that will include yes the return of large the other billionaire and watch nobody's out there nobody's going to attack him for being a billionaire no no of course not but he's still actually people are still voting form three people but I mean he's still up there we still fight and you know if you pay enough thank you and you buy votes you can assemble some votes but so let me why does he not have the I guess the power that that Bloomberg has because he's not spending billions because he's large okay and every time he looks into the camera like a bizarre occasionally when they feel sorry for him and ask him a question it looks like he's going a hostage video what the hell is going up one that stays wasting money is we want you around to the back of the call and Michael Bloomberg as as Elizabeth Warren says my only chance is to annihilate him incinerate him on that stage let me tell you something Curtis the Democrats have a big problem and his name is Bernie Sanders they the Democrats are freaking out in general about Bernie's rise you've got various groups big groups democratic groups that are pushing that candidates now to go after Bernie full stop it's not about beating trump right now to spend time and money on him is a complete waste of time at the moment the most pressing pressing issue is setting up an election the Democrats can win a conventional wisdom is Bernie cannot be dropped Bernie won't have the support of the whole Democratic Party and certainly won't have people like me independence slowly I turned step by step this is exactly what happened with the Republicans in twenty sixteen oh no no no trouble flame out Zach Lee let's not call last night was not circle the wagons around Ted Cruz Bernie looks like trump twenty sixteen a joke at first but now a force to be reckoned with I mean member Karl rove Lindsey Graham they all brush trump off they mocked his candidacy at first they didn't take it seriously and not allow trump with his his cult of personality to gain momentum that he was not that that they were not able to stop she had passionate following yeah the same things happening to the Democrats a forget trump forget even thinking about trump the Democrats need to put their eyes on the prize which is Bernie Sanders it may be too late for a number of recent well let's go to the president before he went through adoration like he's never had before courtesy of prime minister Modi in India I spoke to a hundred and twenty thousand in the largest cricket stadium in the world Donald Trump was giving salutations greetings and high praise to the guy he'd like to run against Bernie the out the caucus and this for his smashing victory in the democratic conference so he called decision about it it's a great win for Bernie.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And then we make even worse decisions by failing to live up to them and failing to acknowledge the fact that yeah we really screwed that one up yes Sir the Astros had a chance to do it and I'm even more concerned when I hear that they had like a crisis management team helping them to craft their response didn't make much sense to me after hearing the Astros speak for the Astros PR staff honestly to still be employed this morning the shocking to me the only way that would be a deserving thing is if what the Astros PR team told the players owner coaches to do was completely disregarded because that's strategy yesterday was complete cowardice when you double talk an apology when you take an apology and refused to wrap it in any modicum of here's what I did I joked about on the CBS sports minute there later today so excuse me if you end up here at twice I got back from Las Vegas the red eye flight after the Superbowl I do it every year so I get on a plane round eleven o'clock in Vegas on Superbowl nights a bogus stat around seven thirty seven fifteen I get on the red eye home to Atlanta and sleep as I can on the plane and then I'm home so I come home and I kiss my wife walk in the door my daughter's trying to get ready to school she's tenth grader so my wife and daughter up getting their J. started I walk in the door with my bags I immediately give my daughter a big hug and kiss and then see my wife give her a big kiss and I sat my wife down and I apologize and she said what what are you apologizing for they said that's not important just know that I'm sorry for my actions sure what actions so that that's again that's that no questions I'm just making a statement here I'm very sorry about what went on in Vegas what's can you imagine a lack of accountability are more poorly a lack of a game plan did you would walk into a press conference where you don't supply answers and you do a bunch of double talk refusing to acknowledge what your actual crime was try that tonight you want to really set Valentine's day off honey for just one apologize for my actions what would you do sweetie that's not important I I'm I'm not taking any questions about it I'm just telling you that I'm sorry for my actions I really regret what I did what would you do can I we're not talking about that can't do it Houston Astros and everyone in your band of merry men apologists some of them in the media your barrister self yesterday there's no other way spirit you embarrassed yourself your barrister organization and for for anyone to attempt to spend some sort of tale and I've got a few Houston media members that I've gotten into a with try to spend it as well we know every organization cheats really do we show me the proof if not I need you to shut up because you're not an adult because you're taking the strategy that my daughter used to take when she was in third and fourth grade the I did it but other kids were doing it to strategy we knew and we learned at an early time that's something that has to be overcome unfortunately we've got professional athletes that haven't learned that they have to overcome that that's strategies not gonna work you can't just say that can't say you're you're sorry without accountability yeah you got to take responsibility for your actions and for Major League Baseball that they gave that bandage your brownies immunity is even funnier it's even funnier what you're you were so desperate to get a story from a bunch of pathological liars that you offered immunity but in the immunity deal you didn't get anything were you demanded accountability you didn't get anything were you demanded players take responsibility for their actions if there's a reason why baseball's lag behind the other professional sports public relations is a major part of it and for the Astros wow how how bad is it it's I mean it's it's severely bad yesterday was a complete embarrassment if you walk around where you're Astros World Championship gear just now we're not laughing with you we're laughing at you that's where we're at we're laughing at you that's about where we're at right now so I'll pack up some of my studio stuff today at the end of the day when I get to my local show in Atlanta six eight of the fan Atlanta bucking cage show and I will pack up so from stuff because it will be my twentieth trip to spring training with the Atlanta Braves will fly down on Sunday and go to their new home in north port Florida and I laughed because people say well your your head of a spring training what's it like these baseball players they have to go to training camp for weeks because yesterday was six weeks the opening day let me take you behind the curtain forty one days to the baseball season begins to take you just find the colonel but I've got NFL training camps for over two decades baseball spring training now for two decades Major League Baseball players they'll show up next week by eight o'clock in the morning some will be there at six forty five some will be there at seven forty five but everybody be in by a and the walk in some of them may be wearing shower slides shorts golf shirts the work a little bit they may feel some ground balls they may run around in the outfield they may take some B. P. they may do some in field drills they may run the base is a bit by lunch time especially early on in spring training it's a ghost town you may see some of the younger players in an organization milling around doing some back fieldwork private sessions with a batting coach or something but overall the veterans they're gone so they take you to an NFL training camp and if you ever told if you ever don't acknowledge the difference between being an NFL player and being another professional athlete you've never been to a training camp it's crazy it's crazy NFL training camp I don't know about you in Atlanta where the falcon strain it'll be roughly heat indices averaging around ninety five degrees when they practice humidity choking them to the ground baseball players golf clubs along for the trip many guys love to bring their fishing poles it's a completely different animal for now a hundred and sixty two game commitment and sixteen game commemorative completely different the physical toll in football much much worse the mental toll of baseball it can get to it can get you one sixty two is a grind is a grind for these guys but when you think of these Major League Baseball players and you want to feel sorry for the Astors yesterday or you want to feel sorry for these Major League Baseball players had the camping you realize man the grind is on yes it's a grind of Ritz Carlton's five dollar cups of coffee private charters and someone carrying their bag from the plane to the bus from the bus to the concierge at the hotel if you had a chance you can grow up to be a baseball player I promise you they'll look much different it forty and their lives will have been much different than these NFL players much much much much different you can join us on the phones to other phone lines open for you here on the mothership Jack you can infer DA on CBS sports radio eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two for CBS I have a question I'm gonna ask you all day long who do.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:12 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Today is a historic day I'm a big fan history and I was a little baby when this went down but let me set this up by saying this I I was in up in Toledo last week for a for on an overnight and every time I drive up seventy five to get near exit one eleven I think it's one eleven he just he just off the highway a big sixty foot wide golf ball buried in the earth and you go that's pretty cool the golf ball is actually the moon and are building around the moon is the Armstrong air and space museum that's in Wapakoneta Ohio Wapakoneta the birthplace of the Armstrong the first man on the moon and that happened fifty years ago today today as a matter of fact at the nine thirty two I'm gonna play the the the launch as it happened that are up production genius got Stanley put together here in in some of the sink that with exactly fifty years ago SO nine thirty two we're gonna error that on it's really really close really well done I think you're gonna enjoy it but in the meantime let's talk to a lot of Dante's and Tory Dante is with the Armstrong air and space museum in Wahpeton ND joining me on the queue hang centers dot com hotline Dante today's a big day man there's a lot of pressure on you today yeah I know it fiftieth anniversary of the the launch Apollo eleven and that mission culminated with the moon landing on July twentieth so we're we're doing a lot down here to to commemorate the historic mission and achievement yeah we have a connection I recently he was born Neil was born in the lava Kannada but lived after the missions in the like is he is he taught at the university of Cincinnati so we have a connection between what the Connecticut Cincinnati but most people drive by German and up and down seventy five countless times and every time I drive I look at the Armstrong museum guy that's but I gotta stop I gotta stop I it's probably a lot of people you see it you go I don't know what's in there but but never stop hi how big is it and what's inside what would be museum has mean that that that big feature you mention that weight down is pretty prominent the architect actually was trying to envision what a moon base with book like you have like a pressure down when you have the building underneath the lunar surface to protect it from the solar radiation things like that's I looks like it's buried okay I got Jack clean yeah but for the big basement but that but yet but we have several exhibits that are pretty significant from your insurance carrier and also from the the space program we have that Jenny space capsule that he flew on seventy eight we have some artifacts from Apollo from his early life in and other other pieces and exhibits that that that people can enjoy that you know get a good feeling for how folks go into the air and and go further into space right in the thing is too I mean you also have some of the capsules there that you explain what's behind you may not see it you can kind of see it from Google earth but most of them okay it's I don't know it's a planetarium or some such and it's a concrete building in the earth that's pretty cool but a you know do I want to get off the interstate and spend ten minutes a you're gonna need more than ten minutes explain what's outside their the back yeah well for the the faithful we're gonna have a lot of things going on outside as well when things really when we're really going to emphasize that a lot of extra programming and key points during the event might be at the weekend of July nineteenth twenty twenty first we're gonna stage outside because kicking it off on the nineteenth Friday now he's gonna have a live broadcast and and lock in that it can be one of the remotes from from Birmingham I will have lots of other activities and experiences that would just be peppering the lawn needing after not students in science activities things you can't do inside like a big inflatable mail space shuttle things and then of course books could also visit the insight into them and see the artifacts that we have inside like on your arm sun's airplane that he flew the airplane flew when you got a pilot's license we have that museum yeah but what kind of plan is it it's been a rocket champion wow that is highly placed inside of flying that when he was sixteen yeah and I understand to you've got like the capsule there too she said you can you can't sit inside of you have some simulators tour yeah we have a couple of them that if you try to land a lunar module or space shuttle those are always popular wait a minute wait a year you can simulate landing so that's up there right there that's you know the day and age of video games that's pretty cool yeah and it's it's really neat because the the lunar lander simulator that that kind of also recreate the feeling of being in the lunar module cockpit so it is not jets you're looking at screen pushing buttons you have the the the pieces around you a monitor kind of simulates with the dials would look like so it's kind of neat it probably is a little easier for I don't know some sort of eighth grade kid to do this than than the alarm started fifty years ago I'm just I'm just guessing this probably look more toward the simulator appointment yeah there is one of the things Neil Armstrong didn't have with the option to choose like not a beginner or difficult before they land it doesn't matter pro that's what I'm gonna I'm just he is definitely the professional version Neil Armstrong especially later in life was a well known recluse what really talk to people didn't wanna make media appearances didn't think what he did was really that big a deal he got tired of talking about it is what he said how often or has he ever been to the to the museum into the museum me obviously for my time it started in January he would come back to walk in and out he had you know you'll be in contact with the the beloved there directly in the game at the time he wasn't necessarily a recluse I think he was just very garden very careful with you know whom he shared his time with and I think it's possible that the the media just got that perception because he wasn't as available as they would have liked yeah yeah he would turn people down and and you know you talk in public I guess I I've never met the man's before my time but the stories that I hear about a miss you know he what wasn't mean at all it was just he didn't think what he did it's like I don't deserve all this attention there are other guys in space which I think is it the he the lover humility the first guy to step foot on the moon showed was was absolutely incredible that isn't Tories with the Armstrong Aaron space museum that's a Whopper can and if you've drawn up by seventy five before your opportunity you've seen right from high with super close the museum and you go I wonder what's in there it is much bigger much cooler than you would ever think and it's certainly worth a worth a trip up there today being Tuesday and today is the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven launch I'll have that as it happened sync UP two exactly fifty years ago today at about nine thirty two this morning and what that sounded like with me now the media coverage the countdown and everything else it's really really well done thing buyer of creative director Scott Stanley and so about nine thirty two from the start of the counter actually I think it took like I don't think they I think they got a four to do this and you know now fifty years later started this morning at nine thirty two I like this I recall I don't think they landed and and actually did the lunar landing to like graph it would be Saturday I think right my right yeah right twenty yeah okay yet rep for for seventeen in the afternoon eastern time when the the eagle touched down in a few hours later ten fifty six PM Neil took his first step yeah that is because because the whole world was just basically transfixed on that that one event we've all seen the film I was before my time surely before years Dante but I'm trying to think of an event we would have now that would compete with that that literally everyone around the globe is watching this and it's hard to say and you know I think of those kind of events in my lifetime you know it's it's hard it's really hard to say I mean nine eleven comes that obviously was not a positive reason for people to be transfixed but there are those events and everyone knows where they were when they when they heard the news and heard it happens and that was the glorious reason that people came together yeah I guess and I think it's a great way to this this this this would be the antithesis right of nine eleven this exact opposite it's it's the best if you manage these oppose the worst is far as events today to you've got the I know you do the count on you start that at nine thirty two and want to Connecticut to yeah I'm gonna open at nine thirty two and thirty nine thirty that's perfect the airstream trailers gonna be there is that the quarantine trailer L. airstream made the quarantine trailer so we have the trailer out there that represented but this year we have a photo op where airstream folks made basically the the fact shell of the trailer and people could sort of step in front of the window and just take a picture like the astronauts were in quarantine all that's funny that's ever been impersonated yeah it'll say trying to get a Nixon either of rich little still alive or not but and what's the is good this is kind of funny you're actually doing a an escape room there yeah we partner with the stay fly park here and they they've set up an escape room type challenges not a little state from because we are not locking people in the medium but they're using the galleries are using the theme of the moon where the teens are supposed to be on a moon base and they need to the fob clues in puzzles to be able to launch off the moon to escape at meter right coming out and so it's that it's that it's it's it's it's really it's really fun to watch them doing it on Saturday night yeah that's it's pretty cool because you're gonna have also astronauts there to to do to meet and greets as well and enough into the spacing and certainly the Armstrong the fiftieth anniversary Apollo eleven you guys certainly F. Cavanaugh covered yeah no we really try we need this is a big anniversary that's why the the celebration started on the twelfth and not just one weekend and we have you know under the main weekend the nineteenth and twentieth trip shuttle buses going between the museum in downtown because the downtime tests will be in full swing streets will be closed and they'll be having in a music and food and beverages and you know fun stuff yeah world's largest moon pie in what you guys are maximizing the promotional impact.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Trey wingo here with you Mahalo, my friends Mahalo to you as well. Why how back in the building sporting a very lovely glow right now treated you well out there on the island where let's just say we didn't see a single snowflake where I was. Although it did snow. Yeah. We talked about it. Day in Maui at the at a national park or something like all there. You have the national park is you're wondering, okay, it's one of the two volcanoes that create Maui. Now, he is the valley. I'll where you have the hot the volcano on the northwest side in the middle is a valley on the other side is Holly, how cloth sure we ask. But that's okay. Baby. We are aren't we all it now to be fair snows in Maui about seven times a year. We did bring that probably why would we want to do that? Her story. However, your point it was the lowest elevation it ever snowed in Maui can Holly laws ten thousand feet, right? So it's. Eight thousand feet if I remember the story correctly. Well, known fact highway ten thousand feet all day one. Stop trae come on. By the way, the means the the garden of the son in in Hawaiian gardens now the end garnered the snow a little bit. So yeah, it was nice to get away. Nice to get by the way, you know, way. Hawaii's really good place to escape your troubles. You. I ran into in lessening general manager of the Rams if your troubles are losing in the Super Bowl. It's tough. That's not bad. More troubles. You know, absolutely. I ran into him on the island. I sat down. It's like, yeah. This is the first time I could actually really talk about it. What happens you, slowly work your way through your feelings in Hawaii? Did you look over at him and save see a lot of pain behind those? Conserve that got neat now. We'll move. Everyone you everything. Well here. All good Jason Fitz. It a nice job chasing you. And and this is what about your twentieth? Trip to Hawaii after a football season. That is actually correct. Exactly. So we know you've been gone awhile. We've got some things to help get you caught up to speed especially in the world of the NBA later this morning. So we've cooked that. Oh, yeah. What we've seen? We just got all star weekend. So kind of the perfect mesh point for you to come back into will propel you to the end of the season. I'm excited, by the way. We're also beginning. What I call the player procurement. We're in we're getting that might have been by the way. And I know you guys are probably talked about this a ton that might have been the most entertaining all star weekend in total. I think I've ever seen for NBA. Listen to three point contest was fantastic goals. Competition Harris Harris docket Steph curry. Ruining the curry brothers bet. How dare you jealousy? They say the the curry brothers had a bet. Whoever won the all star contest. The other one would have to pay for their families tickets to the game every time they played for the rest of their career. Joe Harris does wrench into that. I'm not sure if if it actually has to pay up now, I don't think so here's the deal. Seth curry is. I one year two point eight million dollar deal. His brother makes ten or one hundred times that his brother's making over two hundred million dollars doesn't care in the world of brothers Steph. Yeah, he agreed to the back. Yeah. So he is now we're reliable to execute. The bet Cephas Cephas, listen, you know, got a younger brother named Jay no matter what our income disparity was five dollars or five hundred million dollars. Once we made that ban on either side. The other one's going to have to pay up. That's just how it goes. I, but I agree with you. It was phenomenal from the slam dunk. Oh my God. What was ridiculous? Jason Tatum hitting the half quarter on the on the scale the skills challenge. And the world versus the US. I thought it was really really good top to bottom. It was great. And speaking of your brother, Jake as I'm trying to catch up on Twitter. Yesterday. Stumble upon this thing where some woman is climbing this poll up I have an incredible fear of heights fear, much heights. Freak me out. So I'm watching this woman climb up this antenna, whatever you guys, and I think you thing was for a million dollars. Would you do it? And you said Jake would climb up there for fifteen bucks. Yeah. My brother got ready for one hundred million Jake does for fifteen bucks. A firm handshake. No he'd be fine with a Pat on the back, and maybe smile on his general directions. We need to talk about your intrinsic value. 'cause that thing I mean, first of all she was not for those that haven't seen. This little Jeff on Twitter. It's this woman climbing. I I don't know what it is. I don't know. But it's gotta be like what seventy stories in the air. And apparently, she actually does this. I thought it was I thought it was. That's crazy sneakers in skirt on this poll up in the middle of nowhere. That freaked me out, man. It's a lot to come back from vacation to everything's all good out in the win the weekend yesterday. I know she did not win the weekend. Yeah. Fortunately, I gave the one of the weekend. Denny Hamlin coming off the Daytona five hundred one sat one is second four years. Jokiel Gill racing has reached the podium that's fantastic promotional for them. Obviously you about a month removed from losing JD their eldest son in that family. So big win for them. Big win for Denny Hamlin. Wa the crash one five crashes are in the last twenty laps. Couple red flags auto crashes. Denny Hamlin big Jordan guy outfitted his whole pit crew that going man, I can appreciate I'm still I'm still having swats over watching the girl Columbus, we're going to get you through it. Rest man, what's gonna make you. What's.

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"twentieth trip" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:14 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth trip" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty. More stimulating talk is the dark secret place. Tonight, featuring thumper suggested by my nine year old daughter that'd be black tank again from South Korea Kerry shepherd is my guest Z co host of Hollywood weapons on outdoor channel the third season. Two starting here in January first two seasons are on Netflix and Amazon prime they do they recreate some the wacky stuff you see in movies and TV shows and it's a complete blast defense. Oh. Real quick. There's a special forces guy out there on the US army demo range and everything is safety. This and yellow PT belt in the whole thing. You you literally you're not out there having fun blowing stuff up right or in Hollywood. Is it fun to blow stuff up? The army squeezes every ounce of fun out of blowing. Sa that's true. The the army does but SF special forces doesn't so much. We we we got away with a lot of really fun things in special forces safe, very safe and professionally done. But I mean, we we we we have fun in Hollywood weapons is really fun again. It's also safe got another thing, we you know, and this is important to Larry as well. You know, he's a very very well-known armory works on all these big movies. And so for him. He's very careful. And you know, it's funny 'cause he's he gave me a great compliment. He goes, I love working with you. Because I just know he just knows I had I I'm not the best shooter in the world. But I know how to handle guns, and I don't and I don't take it cavalierly. So even before like right before we ended up taking the shot or blowing something up Kanai, actually sort of step aside have a quick conversation. Kind review everything kind of dirt dive off we go. We do it. So it's it's listen, you know, you are shooting things you are blowing things up. So there's always a little bit. But it's just like the military. Now, we we mitigate the risk quite a bit. Yeah. Never. I've never done something where I'm like. Oh, man. I'm probably going to die. Right. That's why I heartily endorse your show because it's really clear that you know, that you're not an ass hat handling lapdog. First and foremost guy is live the life. And you know, and you've seen what they can do when they're used as intended, and you respect the weapons and there's precious little of that. So it's only so about your your army career. Outta outta college. You you enlist and in the old way of getting into special forces where you you went. And and you saw the crap end of of thing you were a regular. The. Exactly. Yup. As eighty second airborne guy. So I was I was getting my degree in anthropology on a random event. I read a book by buddy had about the green brain, Vietnam. And I was like read it took my place and read it cover to cover and it wasn't. I mean the missions. And everything was were hiring. It was it was the black and white pictures of these dudes like they coming out of the Bush had their arms around each other. You know, didn't matter what color they were. They were dirty. They're sweaty and their and their hobbies big grins on their faces. And I thought some of these dudes didn't come back and these guys are laughing at death. I wanna be that guy. So I finished college. I listed. Yeah. That was a regular the old way of being in special forces. You had to be in the army for quite a bit. You know, like a tour. So I was I was an infantry guy a second. I'm was gonna scalpels tune it was great. We will ranger school. We trained in Panama. I was in the Gulf war. I think you are too eight months, man. And then when I got back I went to selection, the SFA asked and went to the special forces that medical course, I was I was a medic that job. So so in other words, the purpose of that used to serve was to let you. Have you just spend your time in the conventional army airborne? But whatever it was. I mean, that's a lot of guys that I know we're former, you know, eleven Mike mechanized infantrymen. And they just said, yeah, I saw the crap end of being said effort, I want the better part of the army. What do you think the way they do it? Now, we're guys enlist four special forces. Yeah. You know, it's at the I talked about a friend of mine this day. I it became to eighteen x Ray program. Because again, you know, the military and the government and people in general like, well, we need more guys crank them out. So and they do they do a pretty decent job. We had guys come into the unit and went through the X Ray program. And some of them were really they were great. They were great. I mean, you're not good. You know, the deal to when you get to a choose when you just get out of the course, you still don't know crap. You know, you're you really don't become a really good team guy for a couple of years of rolling with the guys and doing different things. But we had guys come through that were that were very well trained and prepared and some guys. What I what I did see was a bit of a lack of judgment, and maybe some younger guys didn't know the crap sale which the army normally as for them. It was always ball caps and cool guy gear, and you know, kinda getting canidu- the way things the way you want to do. And so they did miss that. I also think it will be in a regular army guy helped especially an infantry guy. Because when I went to the alert all that stuff when you go through the green beret training. But if you already have that under your belt, you're way ahead of everybody else. You know? So especially you've been a ranger school in your grunt. And all that. So it really did make a big difference. I think he's doing the SF is doing the best. They can because there's a there's a it's hard got finding good guys now, and it's always gonna be the the razor that they run. So I it's it's had good. I think overall it hasn't been bad at all. But I think you are guys who come to special forces having done time in the regular military, not even necessarily mean infantry just anywhere tend to be. I think better guys quicker with that makes sense. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then you after nine eleven you came back in, but you went a national guard and a lot of people don't know this. But but the army relies extremely heavily on the national guards nineteenth special forces group and the army reserves twentieth trip, some of the first people to deploy to go down range in Afghanistan or national guard SF, and and so when you're the guard, you gotta maintain the absolute same, physical standards and availability, deployment standards as the regular special forces do. Yes hundred twentieth group is actually national guard as well. So it's guard guys in the funny thing is a lot of the guys when I got to the unit. You know, I've been out for four and a half years. I had done the army crap for four and a half years. I stayed in shape. I still did tie and never got fat. And I that was good that helped. But I think there was a lot of guys. I when I was in when I got into nineteenth like holy crap. There's a lot of a lot of experience and the thing is with. What state guard were you in where I was well because I was living in New York City. I had two choices. Really? There was a company in Rhode Island in nineteen eighty to nineteen and there was one in Springfield mass from twentieth. And I just. Nineteen. And I met I met some guys there right off the bat before you, you know, and they're still my lifelong friends, it was just, you know, it's always about the guys. So and and it's time that company that I joined was fully manned with eighteen series qualified guys would mean qualified green Braves, which is kinda hard even an active duty unit. That's not easy to get. So and the thing is too when you're a guard guy and your guard team that maybe, you know, deploys fifth group and stuff like that and active duty group, you have a chip on your shoulder 'cause you know, the active duty guys are looking at you go, and you guys are guard guard pukes, so it's almost like we have to try harder. We have to be better. And I I we got some great compliments from active duty commanders. Like, you guys are awesome team. You know, 'cause we also had guys with all different kinda weird, you know, backgrounds. You know, what it was? I am a joked around like dealers cable celebrity, but then we have guys were accountants cops Lyman, electrical guy for Connecticut, power light. So all these kind of weird. Skills and different ways of doing things that I think sometimes it actually helped the army the whole time, you only think army way. But when you're not in the army all the time, you kind of saw problems a little bit differently. And that's what green berets ours. Most of the nineteenth group guys that I know out of Buckley in state of Washington who are cops because you can tell your employer I have to disappear for eight months, and you don't get to know why. That doesn't work for me and radio. But if you work for the government, it's great way to go host special. Who are they going to argue with you? You know, what I mean, like you're out you're gonna tell me I can't be a barrel chested freedom-fighter to protect you Kabbah behalf. Did you did? Did you know Guibert cherry major bear cherry cherry. He's guilty to them six in Baghdad, but he was the Seattle cop. And he was he was a legendary cop. But also a. The guys I was with Charlie one ten he got out around the same time. I did. And then he was working for like he was working with. It was it was the immigration. I n I n s and then he ended up going to nineteenth group is names detering, I'm Gina, and he actually he was he was in Seattle bunch too. And I'm telling you man, there's a lot of good guys in guards special forces. I mean, I was an active duty special forces guy. It was the best time of my life. And, but it's a pretty pretty cool thing to do if you want to have some other. There's some other thing you wanna do a like, but the thing is to you got to remember to it's it's special forces national guard. So it's not one weekend a month. Big. It. It's almost a fulltime job. Really? It really is. And guys some guys that maybe are between jobs or I don't know what they want. They become guard bums, they can just jump onto points. All the time. You know? Hey, we need delta. You know, these guys. Okay. They'll go. No it was. Me being a radio guy just easier being a cavalry scout being a nineteen. That's a good John. I got I got commissioned and got a Lamont lobotomy when I was six so. We need them. Terry shepherd is the color host and really the driving force behind Hollywood weapons on Netflix and Amazon prime case watch one episode, and you will go deep into the shepherd hall, and and you won't be able to get out once you once you're in that hall. All right. Well, season four. Yeah. Hey, thanks, man. Appreciate and like, I said the whole purpose of the show is to have fun and gosh darn it. We have a lot of fun. So I appreciate having me. All my bitches. Finally, good to talk to you after all this time. Yeah. When the next time you're out. Let's we'll have a three headed drinking monster a minute man because I'll be back. We start filling we got approved for season four, and I started filming that sometime in March. So I'll be out in LA. Okay. Great because at that little lady can drink so. All right there. He goes. Thank you very much. Have a good night. Terry shepherd Hollywood weapons KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. Brenton Dart's league. 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