35 Burst results for "Wally"

Maya Wiley: The Wedge Between White & Black People

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 6 d ago

Maya Wiley: The Wedge Between White & Black People

"Let's listen to this again I'm not done with this Maya Wally civil rights activists In fact let's go to cut three mister She's at the congressional black caucus foundation voting rights form today cut three go We do have tell truth because there's a big lie I called the big old lie because it didn't just start with Donald Trump It actually started in 2010 before Shelby that said that basically people of color And let's be explicit Immigrants of color in particular Mexicans in particular were lining up the vote to steal our democracy So the wedge between was black for black people was those people you problem and for white people was those people are your problem And there was only one problem People who were starting to see that the changing demographics of the country Okay Maya do you know what's going on in the inner city The crime rate murder Women being raped children being murdered You know what's going on in the inner cities Rather than concocting that America is so horrific That white people are so horrific particularly if they they serve in state legislatures if they have some power and don't agree with you and the Democrat party then they must be racist Don't you think it would be worthwhile To try and help people who are truly under assault families who've lost loved ones

Maya Wally Congressional Black Caucus Fou Donald Trump Shelby America Democrat Party
DeGrominant: deGrom dominates again as Mets edge Phils 1-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

DeGrominant: deGrom dominates again as Mets edge Phils 1-0

"The mets scored a run in the first and had only three more base runners the rest of the way but it was enough to beat the Phillies one to nothing The pitching was dominant on both sides Aaron nola gave up the one run over 8 innings striking out 8 for Philadelphia but New York's pitches were that much better including 6 innings of two hit ball from stoddard Jacob de Grom You have faith in this offense to go out there and put up runs you know no one's done a great job against us And this team did a good job of scoring early and then the goal was to keep it there for them Edwin Diaz got the save for the mets his 27th of the season and 200th of his career Wally guys New York

Aaron Nola Mets Stoddard Jacob De Grom Phillies Philadelphia New York Edwin Diaz Wally
Tony Dow, big brother Wally on 'Leave it to Beaver,' dies

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Tony Dow, big brother Wally on 'Leave it to Beaver,' dies

"Leave it to beaver actor Tony Dow has died according to his art agent a day after Dao's death was prematurely reported on Facebook Dow was 77 I marches are a letter with the latest Phoebe Tony Dow was 12 when he was cast on leave it to beaver as WALL-E the older brother of Theodore beaver cleaver played by Jerry mathers While he had other roles Dow was so known for playing WALL-E that he reprised the role in the 1980s for the new leave it to beaver series Dao's later work as a sculptor was well regarded but he told the AP in 2012 it was hard to be taken seriously Dow announced in May he had been diagnosed with prostate and gallbladder cancer a Facebook post on Tuesday had reported his death but his wife and management said it had been announced in error

Tony Dow Phoebe Tony Dow DAO Theodore Beaver Cleaver Jerry Mathers Facebook DOW AP Gallbladder Cancer Prostate
"wally" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"wally" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Doesn't it? But if you look at the teams are pretty much up there too, there's a lot of very clever people in this paddy. So it's a tough game and it stays a tough game. It might get any easier. Making it cheap, it might make it easier. And how you make it cheaper. I have no idea. But that mission has been going ever since I can remember, and nobody succeeded yet. They've changed a lot of things and nobody succeeded. Well, thank you for joining us on the inside super cars. And I want you to go and join other ice over a sport you've been involved in for a long time. I'm pretty sure that you're still your happy place is somewhere where you've got a rod in your hand, not a stopwatch. I didn't have to come to die or could have come just yesterday. I thought I had made a lot of people I haven't seen for a long time. Yeah, I've got a lot of friends and people I've got a lot of time for in a paddock. The problem is if I cut me here, they work and this is really precious time at a race meeting. There is never enough time. Say it like Andrew Edwards is going down to people like I've been seeing you by being a cast of times haven't seen him like dive catchy is a good friend of hag in the handshake because they're busy and I understand it because I've done it. You just can't intrude on it because they work in this case probably two or three weeks to get to this meeting and this is the crunch time. You don't need to be standing and talking about it. They need if nothing else significant if they're not doing it and they're trying to force one place in that. So you need to make sure that you don't need interrupted trying I respect that because if you ever try to deal with me at work, you would have found it perhaps not the most effort like you've ever become across Sundays, you know? Well, thank you very much for joining us and sharing your thoughts and views because while you may not think it but you are a treasure of this place and we were all very glad you hear all right well yeah I'm just another biking got good opportunities and got mixed up with some good people and you didn't waste them. And I don't waste like I'm being lucky and I've taken on board. I good quality people like famous like Frank God don't put him on loyal upside 9 people like running Gilad to clever people when they give you advice they're not trying to hurt you they're trying to help you. See they're taking on more than he gets through, you know? And that's how I'd give that advice to anybody if someone's trying to help you take on a boat and have a listen. You don't necessarily have to do it, but at least think about what they're doing and what they're telling you. That's it for me in time super cars. Thank you very much for joining us Wally story. Right, thank you very much time. The inside supercars is produced by thunder media, tuning next time for more or locking the podcast on your iTunes or mobile device, search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars, including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network, thunder media, or sport radio, any publication or rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited..

Andrew Edwards Gilad Frank Wally thunder media
"wally" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"wally" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Was a supervisor in the assembly department and I used to set up winding machines. I got a bit of mechanical. Now so I was actually sediment electric later warning machines there for a long time. And eventually I just got lured off in a motor racing. I used it by then I built my own car while we were working there with elven. We'd build a race car and I was starting to race and the people start and get cranky as I was trying to take off. That's correct. It was a remake of a leak so I bought a links which was actually Kevin Bartlett sleeps originally. And I did like two days in crash. I think it's like the old new kids do. Yeah, you guys getting better than your talent level. And so we're seeing that we can do a better job of this, which not hard, because it's probably 50 years old, but and so we built the car and the only thing we use was steering rack in the front uprights. And the rest are watermarked on brain you might not give up some healing. They don't mind customs clearance, which is all a new experience planning. And we built a car. We made several attempts, but eventually we came up with a car. Had to be like 974, 75, I think our race would have been going for about three or four years at the stage. Yeah, that's correct. And they were competitive fields and weren't they? Oh yeah, it was always formula $4 competitive. Like we started building clubman cars and they had almost said there was like nah, this was the voice. Boys this is not excuse category this way you need to be, you know, stop back around with road cars this is where you got to do it. Okay, so we started building formula forwards and we had some pretty radical ideas and Dave houses down on the Internet. They turned out to be pretty normal later. We were going to sit me up the front and put a 12 inch fabricated belly as in and dives like, wow. Calm down. Just spill the copy of a Brabham for a start. You don't have to blight can drive. You don't know if you can build the engines. You don't know if you can do cars. Just start off in the middle of the road, like at least if you're lost, you've cut out a lot of the question marks, you know, which is true, right? It was very good advice. And fortunately, I've been subject to that good advice from a lot of people. So in fact, mentioning Dave Moore, I've been fortunate enough and I've been to his workshop in orangefield and he and Bruce care and Harry Galloway. Some really smart people you've had great fortune to be around and to learn from. Oh yeah, especially when he was a grown actor, we started out in lapis avenue at ashfield with he and Bruce Kerry, McEnroe, then they needed a bigger building. So they moved up to green Aiken with a forward street and then Carrie man moved in the end where a very famous person would be Marco had a workshop which arrived a lot of good stories afterwards since he left. Then Dave had this place which was quite a bit bigger and eventually he decided rather move to orangefield like apnea Camden. So he built a big shed on a hill and his brother in law took over and Ellen and I worked for his brother in law and then my body's brother Laura. And then eventually I decided he'd like to go to galvin where he was still where he is now and so then I had the business and I went, I pressed on there for about 12 years until high charity bought me out for me to go and run the workshop. You started at a time when there was no university program. There was no tape course to learn about racing. To people now not appreciate mentoring in training and the value of mentoring in this day and age. I think it's probably lost a bit. Yeah. I mean, you get a guy with a lot of experience. He's seen and done a lot of things. Like I pointed out before, I've had a lot of people with a lot of experience helped me and managed covered a lot of ground and cut out a lot of dead time. It's no point in relearning it. Somebody's already learned it. And you know they know what they're on about. If you don't take it on board, you pretty dopey. Because quite frankly, they're trying to help you manage people are trying to help you. They're not trying to lead you astray. If you've gone to someone, just about anybody in the supercar paddy, they're pretty good people. And they're very clever, like there's not too many dates leaving the super car padding. They don't tolerate tapes even more than about three down 8 seconds. You're out of a job pretty quick. If you ask them, and they give you a good advice, so a good information. They're generally pretty good. People with me, if it's something I don't want to tell them, I'll say look, I'd rather not tell you. And that's usually because I've used someone else's money and shared someone else's time to learn that. Then therefore, the information dot entirely mine that makes sense. If it's something I've nutted out before I've come up with something I've never had on my own, then I'm more often than I'm happy to share the information. Provide doesn't fringe on something I want to do, and you know? And most people here will be the same. But there is a lot of people call it these days IP or something, isn't it? And that's brings me, that should be fairly protected because a lot of cases cost a lot of money and a lot of thinking time to get that far. So I can understand why people are protective of it. Anyway, formula forward winning arrived here, it was about four or 5 years after it had been introduced in England. But without even a year or two, I was a couple of years at baseline check. It was one who introduced this country.

"wally" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"wally" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"Why wasn't it enough? Why wasn't it scratching that itch? Yeah, great question, man. I always wanted to, I actually had several businesses while I was on active duty. You know, everything from multiple marketing to actual other almost kind of brick and mortar businesses that were somewhat mobile. I've always been entrepreneur in my entire life. And I've studied entrepreneur, I got a bachelor's degree in the master's degree, but investors should be in business administration. And I just wanted to call my own shots. I didn't want to have to punch that time card so to speak. So the podcast started because while I was still in Hawaii, I was literally living on the beach in Hawaii. I was working at triple-A medical center still able to kayak across Pearl Harbor as part of my commute. And I was just living this amazing life of abundance. But here's how it started. I'm sitting on the beach. Well, 7 8 o'clock in the morning maybe had probably this same exact mug because I've had this for years. Sitting in the gazebo, my son's probably 6 at the time playing in the water. And he's like, dad, come and come and play, come in the water. It's great, you know? And I'm like, yeah, hold on. I had my head set on. Listen in the pet Flynn or somebody like that. Learning how to make that extra hundred K, right? Now, when his facial expression changed from excitement to disappointment, it just hit me. It was like, what the hell are you doing, man? You literally living I don't know if I said a life of abundance, but you're literally living your best life. And your family's your middle son and wife are still asleep in the house directly behind you. Got this beautiful kid that wants to play with you. And it was like my wife hit me in the back of the head Sam Wally, what the hell are you chasing? This year told me so many times before I just never really heard. I heard it this day. I put the head set down. I go playing the water for about 40 minutes hour. I don't know. Go back inside, maybe breakfast with a family as they're getting up. And I just, then, that weekend, I get a get called from a buddy of mine who says, hey, I'm going to this thing. Don't know what it is. They're going to talk about this that and the other. And as intriguing, however, it was presented to me. One of the original cast members from the original Hawaii 5 O was there. And there's only like 30 of us. And this guy says, if you were to write a book about your life, what would you call it? And we all worked together and stuff, and I came up with living your life on abundance. Then I'm listening to John Lee doom as constantly because entrepreneur on fire and all this other kind of stuff. I'm sure you've probably done this. Also a veteran, big time podcaster. He's like, you can start your own podcast. And you can name it whatever you want. You can do that. I'm like, can I really? So that's where the podcast men of abundance came out of because I wanted to have conversations with other people who were truly living their life of abundance, whatever that is to them. And somehow paying it forward to their community. In some cases the world. I've had conversations with Lee cockerel, former VP of Disney World resorts, Jeff Hoffman, who started priceline 20 some odd years ago dot com. Just many.

Hawaii Sam Wally Pearl Harbor Flynn John Lee Lee cockerel Disney World resorts Jeff Hoffman
"wally" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Yeah i suppose it was really. We were kind of on our own. Staycationing dan on the remnants love rain blanche area and it was just a rainy day and obviously we were full of all of our social media. Everything was sort of while e-content and sierras your ad in the darker and we were seeing kind of notices the disturbing him and he was. You know i've seen some people are getting too close and things. So i suppose they the idea for the marriage was really you know awaits admire him on the t shirts without getting too close but also and again to get money to to those people that are helping him and ozzy we wear the t shirts render ourselves and it's kind of a visible support of wiley. I'm ready to work. That's espn and everything do wants to reaction. Been like it's been it's been good. We've had if you says all domestic so far god ways the furthest we've gotten an ambush. There's been a lot of good sport. Isolated say as to our social media and you know people commenting attacking their friends and you know. Keep collecting it in their baskets and stuff ready to to go. Do have somewhere that we can go to take a look at this and maybe buy some audrey. Yeah we actually. We have an see store so we obviously have. You know all the social ticks off keeping up with the kids. We have instagram twitter and facebook. And then we're selling them on our at see store and so it's just if you look up wally walrus shirts or we just called our company car clothing co and so either of them upon say. That's where we're selling them from. I'll be into a moog. Asef lecture this great great to hear that it is a business venture and indeed donations to see rescue. Aidan o'sullivan and audrey. Cain thank you very much oetzi. Look up. wally the walrus oetzi. And you'll get to their at see store. You can boy all the memorabilia. The shorts and the books are just a greater. Corks ninety-six fm..

dan wiley espn wally walrus audrey Asef Aidan o twitter facebook sullivan Cain wally
All About Mission Based Time Building

Behind the Prop

01:59 min | 1 year ago

All About Mission Based Time Building

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you fantastic. There's always this week something that we get asked a lot about the. We don't really talk too much about but this week is all about mission oriented time building. A lot of people have asked us questions on the internet and via social media about you know how what are some smart ways to bill time. I think a lot of people are hoping. There's these a magical freeways out there. Wally that we could bill time and save money but better than splitting the cost. There's not many good options out there but we're going to give you some ideas to make it. Maybe a little less boring monotonous and talk about some ways to build some time with some mission based ideas What do you want to start off with today wally. Well what i want to start off with his is probably thirty. Thirty years ago The airlines started a a new trend in their training. They came up with a phrase called line oregon -ted flight training and we referred to it as loft l. o. f. t. line oriented flight training and basically what it means is rather than for a simulator session rather than just go in and say Let's see i think will work out of Of houston today. And we're going to go up and we're going to do some stalls and we're going to do three or four approaches. We're gonna do some engine out work. the airlines started trying to make it to where it was actually mimicked a real a real flight in other words okay. Today we're going to fly from houston to atlanta and in between houston and atlanta. We're gonna have some emergencies and we're going to treat it as if it were a real flight in other words we're gonna get in the simulator and we're going to have a time that we want to be off the gate. We want to try to simulate the rhythm of a real life flight

Bobby Wally Houston Oregon Atlanta
Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

"Day ever Jeff Bezoza and his crew of space tourists back on Earth after launching from West Texas supporters Blue Origin spacecraft. For a sub orbital flight to the edge of space, experiencing a few minutes of zero gravity and from the sound of it. Oh, wow. It just seems like they enjoyed it. The flight just 11 minutes long Bezoza, taking the short trip with his brother Mark and two others 82 year old aviator Wally Funk, now the oldest human ever in space. An 18 year old Oliver Demon, now the youngest blue origin broadcaster Libby Casey, saying today was a long time coming 15 consecutive missions to get to this point. It's so much different when you put people on board Bastos, hoping his flight will spark a new generation of space travelers, But I was a little kid, you park astronauts inspired me. Things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal for what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News Redmond. Police are trying to clarify some

Jeff Bezoza Bezoza Wally Funk Oliver Demon West Texas Libby Casey Bastos Mark Dave Packer Abc News Redmond
Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

"Well we might as well telegraph. It's not dennis shall we can can you. Can you tell not only not only. Can you tell the denizens not here. But it's a. It's a telegraphed in advance that. It's me your texas show. Buddy mark davis morning host here at six sixty a answer in dallas fort worth where i do the best possible show. Prep imaginable for the dennis prager show. It's called doing my own program that ended just one hour ago seven to ten central time. That is my playground and man If we had a bunch talk about an a lot of it that is of course originating here in my beloved lonestar state is of great national interest so there are a few things. I'm gonna do today. So whenever i'm blessed to come here and and hang out for dennis always lay down a little thumbnail sketch of what we're going to do. It is july twentieth of twenty twenty one a date of huge significance to me because i am At least here in dfw. And maybe nationally the go-to space dork in american radio. And it's because. I'm old enough to be that and old enough to remember fifty two years ago today when neil armstrong lay down those historic footprints along with buzz aldrin. I in the sea of tranquility fifty two years ago today. The footprints on the moon tonight at ten fifty six eastern time nine fifty six central. Do your math elsewise. And i got a couple of things to say about that. And especially wow today and this was the day that jeff bezos decided. Let's go ahead and do it today. Because they wanted it to have some historic significance in it certainly does jeff bezos and his little brother and some dutch teenager and the wonderfully named wally funk. A woman a an eighty two year old woman who is a member of what was called the mercury thirteen. You may remember the mercury seven those were the actual astronauts six of whom went up deeks laden did not but he got to run the astronaut office later on so i guess that's a that's a little bit of makeup but they had thirteen women who may put through various stages of training a whole lot of them did really really well and while he was one of them and she's a local woman she lives just a few miles west of where i am here in the dfw area and she and the whole flight was eleven twelve minutes there. You go very reminiscent. In a spacecraft called the new shepard s. h. e. p. a. r. d. like alan shepherd in emission very reminiscent of his

Buddy Mark Davis Dennis Dennis Prager Jeff Bezos Buzz Aldrin Neil Armstrong Dallas Wally Funk DFW Fort Texas Deeks Laden Alan Shepherd
Jeff Bezos Goes to Space

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Jeff Bezos Goes to Space

"Has taken humans to space is blue origin, launched its first manned mission to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Here's a B CS Alex Stone, too. One after so many test missions. Jeff Bezoza, his brother, along with Wally Funk, the oldest person ever in space in Oliver Damon, the youngest ever making their trips 66 miles above ER after floating around in the capsule, Jeff Bezoza radioing in blue Control, based on the best day ever. Blue origin. New Shepard capsule floating back with parachutes out making a landing on the desert floor. Alec Stone EVC nears.

Jeff Bezoza Alex Stone Wally Funk Oliver Damon New Shepard Alec Stone
Interview With Charlie Venema of CheckedAndSet.Net

Behind the Prop

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Charlie Venema of CheckedAndSet.Net

"Wally bobby aria. I'm saying tastic. Another guest the local guests and another major airline. Captain joins the show. He's been here before. His name's charlie venema. Welcome to the show. Charlie woerner bobby. So charlie is a friend of the flight school and someone who is a major airline captain here in the houston area and he also does another big job works for his own company called checked and set dot net and he is helping future. Pilots become professional pilots at the major airlines. I think charlie came in and talked our. Cfi's a couple of safety meetings ago and we welcome you back. Charlie and we look forward to having this conversation. Thanks bye bye. Glad to be here. So charlie worked in the training department for a major land for fourteen years and ran the recruiting department for three full years and has obviously malls for hiring hundreds of mainline pilots for a major airline and today helps many of us no matter where we're in our career go from probably a cargo job regional job or something else to one of the major airlines specializing in airline apps and resumes. From what. I understand that correct correct right. So charlie's here today hopefully to answer most of your questions if you're listening. But we have worked with charlie and we we. We've got a few topics. want to cover today. So let's start right off with people come in here all the time traveler. They say they want to be a professional pilot. And i always say well we can help you get there but being professional pilot means a lot of different things. We've we've interviewed the chief pilot for your blimps. He probably has a little different path than your most of your clientele. What are you when you meet someone. Maybe at the swim team or out and about and they say charlie. I wanna be professional pilot. What's what does that mean to you. How do you answer that question. What do you tell them. They should be doing to start that career path. We gotta start somewhere right and a lot of it depends are when i'm having a conversation. Are you eighteen or thirty five or forty five or fifty right because the your your has. Your options are different depending on where you are in life and professional pilot. There's lot of different outcomes for that too right so professional pilot am i to be professional. Corporate pilot might be a professional airline pilot. Am i gonna go fly

Charlie Wally Bobby Aria Captain Joins Charlie Venema Charlie Woerner Bobby CFI Houston
Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson Compete in Space Race

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson Compete in Space Race

"Is heating up. Just weeks before Amazon founder Jeff Bezos his history making launch into space, Richard Branson now says he's going to do it first with his Virgin Galactic space flight Unity 22 astronaut there is there one Richard Branson. Will be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience. It will be the company's first fully crewed spaceflights. Branson will be joined by two pilots and three other mission specialists. Virgin Galactic spacecraft launches from beneath a custom carrier airplane before being shot to the boundary of earth and space, reaching supersonic speeds within eight seconds. Fire fire The window to launch opens July 11th just nine days before Jeff Bezoza launches with his brother and two others aboard Blue origins, New Shepard, Do you see the earth? From space changes you It changes your relationship with this planet with humanity. It's one Earth one of the seats on that flight selling at auction for $28 million for an 11 minute flight to the edge of the atmosphere and on Thursday bases, announcing that 82 year old Wally Funk Will be his honored guest on that flight. She underwent astronaut training in the sixties but never flew to space. Now, she tells bezoza what she'll say after this flight. I will say, Honey, that was the best thing that ever happened to me. And while SpaceX has announced its plans for its all civilian flight, its founder, Elon Musk won't be on it. Still, he has been awarded the major NASA contracts and has sent astronauts to the International space station. But Branson is trying to become the first of the three to soar into weightlessness. Ending his surprise announcement with the teas, and when we return, I will announce something very exciting to give more people the chance to become astronauts. Because space does belong to us all, and the company says

Richard Branson Jeff Bezoza Jeff Bezos Virgin Galactic Branson Wally Funk Bezoza Amazon Spacex Elon Musk International Space Station Nasa
"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wally. How are you today? I'm fine. Thank you. Hi. I'm Bob Collins. I'm delighted to be here. I do have one question before we start. Where's the coffee? I can't find any coffee. Quiet, Numbskulls I'm broadcasting. As I was working down the street one day. A man came up some of me and asked me what time would son my? Yeah, That's it. Does anybody really know what time it is? 5 12 is the times in 15th is the date. Tuesday's today and is it me and I just sleepier than usual, or is a very bright around here. I walked into the kitchen to make my.

Bob Collins today Wally one question 15th Tuesday's one day Numbskulls 5 12
Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown

Behind the Prop

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown

"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.

Wally Bobby Rusty Pat Brown Pardon PAT BOB Texas
"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wally. How are you today? I'm fine. Thank you. Hi. I'm Bob Collins. I'm delighted to be here. I do have one question before we start. Where's the coffee? I can't find any coffee. Quiet numbskulls on broadcasting. As I was working down the street one day a man came up to me and last time That woods on my wife? Yeah. Does anybody really know what time it is? 5 13. Good morning. Happy Friday, June 11. This is my nightmare. Everything's opening up again, and I'm.

Bob Collins today Friday, June 11 Wally one question one day 5 13
Why You Should Seek out Marginal Weather Days for Flight Training

Behind the Prop

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Why You Should Seek out Marginal Weather Days for Flight Training

"What's up wally. Bobby how are you fantastic. This week. We're taking on a topic that i've thought a lot about. I know we've talked about it more than once. But we are going to talk about why you as a student of whatever you're at and your aviation career should seek out marginal weather days with a flight instructor. Absolutely i think I i worked on my instrument. Now it's been almost three years ago Speaking of three years ago yesterday was my three year anniversary of buying this place all right. Well congratulations thanks. So about three. Years ago i finished my instrument rating or so but While i was in training the instructor that i had was really adamant that we get some extra time. And i've spoken about it. I was really an apprehensive pilot Young in my aviation career. I didn't feel real comfortable with everything. I that's just kind of scared me but i think the fact that he was so adamant that we do it and then we got it. While i was training for my instrument with some of the most valuable time i ever got. I believe when i took my check with you. I had something like eight hours of actual time which to someone listening. Who's not there yet my nothing but how many hours do you have to have wally to take your check. Ride in actual conditions zero. Wow zero actual time to qualify for an instrument rating got up forty hours of instrument. time all of which can be Simulated under the hood wearing a fogle or whatever view limiting device. You choose and some of it can be in a simulator. It's you know i. I use a little analogy of and this is not really totally accurate but You know if if you wanted to someone to play football you wouldn't teach him how to play basketball and say here's the ball. Go play football. You know you'd you'd actually show how to play football the better when there might be. You don't do all your learning playing flag football and then go play. Division one tackle football.

Wally Bobby Football Basketball
"wally" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

"You know everybody. I'm going to say Seven years in. We've never had anybody crashes the door. I'm used to coming in from that way. Yeah well it's still just a door like if it's a good point. Yeah i mean you go through one door. You should be able to get the most i. Actually i'm bummed out 'cause i when you came out. I thought we should have done that. You know sometimes when people hit their first home run they None of the players clap. Applaud. yeah. I should've told the crew don't clap when out. That would've been a little that would been fun Wally thank you so much for being here now. A lot of people think you just hold cue cards. You actually have a company and you do cards for a lot of different shows. And i wanna ask real quick. You had to come up with a name for a company that in past everything it did and it had to be A name that would immediately make people think that guy obviously knows what he's doing right. You went through hundreds of names. I remember doing it. Can you please tell everybody what you came. Up with New york city cue cards probably one hundred as part the first thing that can you remind that was like that's perfect. What about cue. Cards by. Wally other Tell everybody about cue cards by. Wally cars by wally. I started during the pandemic. When i wasn't wasn't working i was bored. I was sitting around at home. And i thought i can't cards for celebrities like yourself and other people want personalized cue cards for people at home. They can't go to birthday parties and they couldn't go to parties. It was kind of a perfect time to do it. And these are the iconic. Snl cue-card same cue cards written by written all by me. Yeah which. I was shocked to think people would want but they did and every time i sent one out and i looked at it before. I said that it was like. They're really going to be disappointed. Because it's just really marker on a piece of cardboard. Yeah but every time they got it they were like. This is the greatest thing i've ever gotten in my life and they loved it. It's really nice when someone is willing to admit that their product is just marker on a piece of card. I mean i think that's one of the things we love about you. Honesty thing. I to say is you know this is no joke. That cue-card by wally is a big deal. I my dressing room have my last. Snl i have the cue-card From good night at weekend. Update and sort of famously. A lotta cast members want a card and a lot of hosts. Take them home with them. Yeah i'll said. I'll put together a package usually for host and sometimes say hey. Do you want some souvenir. So i just sent. It was funny. I sent carrie mulligan a package of her. Cue cards and then i did elon. Musk show and i got home. And there was a note henri letter from ireland. I thought i was from somebody else. After the show and i was really tired and i was reading it and i thought still thought it was from somebody else from kerry morgan thanking me for sending cards. Because like she was like. I felt like it was a dream but having these kind of make it feel like it was reality so it was really nice. Who's the irish person you thought you were getting a letter from laugh. Wait for a letter from karen i. There was an irish guy that that i connected with me on facebook. Said he was coming to see this show and it was the week after we shut down for the pandemic so couldn't come over so i sent him an irish. You made a joke about rs. People and drinking like normally do and i sent him those cards and i thought this was a thank you note for that. Oh that's very nice. That's why i was confused. But i wasn't a joke. That was based on something in the news. Oh okay just like ad hominem attacks on our friends a cross the seas so this is i wanna talk because actually do think you know one of the questions. I get asked a lot. We used to do acuna when we'd have an audience here and Thing that people are genuinely fascinated by is. Why does our show us cue cards. Instead of a teleprompter now the puke erred shows. As i understand it. Are they all kind of come from the tree. Jimmy uses cue cards conan Use cue cards. You did him week yards. And i think it is. That's how we That's how we came up when hosts coming. Seo a lot of times. It's the first time they've used cards. Yeah so what is the first thing. And i've watched this happen but explain to people the first thing you have to do in a host and of ours acute guys i just i i asked how their eyesight is because that's the most important thing if they can see all right so i'll show them a normal size printing card then i'll show them a little bit bigger size card just so we can get get off on the right side and then i've asked work cards before and most of them haven't so it's just a basic talking about you know seeing them all right and then you know the director of snl between me and him they will talk to them about more specific things about how to play them and you know where to look at them and don't memorize anything that kind of thing and have you had. Sometimes you have a host who thinks they're not gonna need cards and then over the course of the week. Yeah matthew mcconaughey was the nicest guy but he was like. I'm not gonna was no problem. I'll be over here. You know if you know. And then by friday afternoon he was like so where are you going to be data and then i was going to be over there and he was okay just in case i need you and then on saturday he was like all right. Where are you going to be. Three sketching any thanked me. After nito pa they apologize. We don't need to apologize. He was like. I didn't understand how inclusive the cars were. How much a change. And that's the thing you can't you can't memorize on. The show is that there's no changes you just handed so much. Yeah you had a moment that i always recall fondly with charles barkley. That was a saturday rehearsal. Yeah and do you wanna tell everybody what went down. So chris cowan. The stage manager came over to me and said charles wants to play a practical joke in the cast. He's going to pretend to be mad at you. No one knows about this but you music you good with that and i was like yeah. Sure why not you know. We went out there for a sketch and right in the middle of the sketch charles breaks character and he starts yelling at me so wally. I can't hold the cards still. I can't see him. He's either and he and he stormed off and people were like. I fully bought it. People like john will forte actually yelled hit them to charles charles given took took umbrage a little. I'm know that meant that. He thought it was true. He finally always gonna finally get him get. What's coming to. So charles stopped halfway stage then saddam just busted and everybody laughed and it was great. I was beat red. Even though i knew about it. Everyone's yelling at me. And then i went over to what was what the hell will go. I was just trying to defuse the situation. I remember was like well. I think the part that. I can't believe all these years later is i'm like i can't believe charles barkley was such a good actor by the way i didn't yell hit them but at the same time like if he had started hitting you i would not done well they mostly because i love you and you do sometimes move to move the cue cards while you know one of the reasons. I want to be sincere for a second that we don't use a teleprompter is We have a deep. A friendship been been holding cards and i always say like ninety five percent of the words that i have said on television over a career. That's almost twenty years long now Our cards even holding up and And I remember that when i did the golden globes. We had you there just in case Standing in a tuxedo next to the l. a. Prompter just in case something went wrong. Never sure that succeeded. By the way you never returned in i kept. That's okay right. Well very unfair you to say it now. In front of a this is wally. You can see him most nights most nights on late night. Thank you so much for being here. action again. We do.

chris cowan New york carrie mulligan charles friday afternoon saturday charles barkley Jimmy facebook ninety five percent Wally one hundred kerry morgan karen ireland one door first time Three first home twenty years
Interview With Mike Busch, Savvy Aviation and Author

Behind the Prop

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Mike Busch, Savvy Aviation and Author

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great we have another special guest today. I think one that you wanted to join the show for many months. And we got in touch and he was very responsive. We have mike bush on the show. Today from savvy -ation mike. Thanks for joining us. Oh you bet so. Obviously making this is a big part of my life. Wally being an airline captain and a designated pilot examiner. He deals with maintenance and logbooks on a daily basis as well Mike you've done a lot of things from your podcast on the ao pa asked the am peace and Obviously joining us today and many many things on the web the you helped pilots and not to mention your books We're gonna jump into a lot of topics today but you're you have four books today. Manifesto believe was. Your first book was that is correct. Yes that was my first book Came out in twenty fourteen and then engines in an airport aircraft ownership volume wanted to Invaluable books for any aircraft owner for sure or flights is supposed to be a series of three bucks. But when i into doing the ownership book it became clearer after we outlined did that it was going to be a thousand pages and you can't practically do a thousand page. Paperback just doesn't work. So it wound up being too. I m set on the ownership book

Mike Bush Ation Mike Bobby Wally Mike
Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot

Behind the Prop

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot

"What's wally hey bob. How're you been tastic. Another week and other podcasts and another guest this morning on the show we have. Michael dougherty the chief pilot and flight operations manager for goodyear which means he's a blimp pilot. Thanks for joining us. Michael guys Pushy on so i. I've talked to a lot of people while that we were going to have this discussion and a lot of people were excited and they asked a lot of questions that i probably had my head before we started thinking about having him on the show. The do you know many balloon pilots. I do not. I know i can say i know michael but he is really the only plan pilot. I know my sure you hear this a lot that this is a very unique position that you hold and you've done it for fourteen years. Tell us a little bit about how you got into it and a little bit. What it's like in the day in the life of chief pilot. Goodyear store it is it is certainly a a very small group of people are are kind of famous. There's more astronauts than there are pilots out there especially with the age of of space flight. I guess but others We we have a full staff at goodyear's is about Thirteen pilots including myself. We've got twelve guys that are attached to accrue for on each crew in In that. I'm the chief pilot in flight operations manager so i do all of the certification stuff check rides proficiency checks that kind of stuff and then i do fill flying gear lair when we've got folks on vacation or short-staffed or something but Bailey we we have a few missions with the airship First and foremost kind of the the one we're best known for is our area. Tv covered so each has a crew of about twenty folks that goes down the road. That's generally four pilots. Each team A couple of crew chiefs we have five aircraft mechanics. That take care of their ship from those detail Through all of its major maintenance and field maintenance and all that kind of stuff. We do have a maintenance support team that that helps support the guys in the field of those guys in the field. Do great majority of the the work. We have Couple of mechanics. Because we've got a preview ground sport fleet we have a semi truck crew boss a couple of mass trucks which are used more the airship two. That's a basically sixty five thousand pounds straight semi truck that that has a forty foot pole. Attached to the that allows us to to attach rate to the nose of the blimp and then when the blue since on the field at night. It's like a big win sock

Michael Dougherty Goodyear Goodyear Store BOB Michael Bailey
Japan Says Transgender People Must Be Sterilized

BBC World Service

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Japan Says Transgender People Must Be Sterilized

"Is the process of changing one's gender presentation and or sex characteristics to accord with one's internal sense of gender identity. That's the idea of what it means to be a man or a woman or to be non binary, but in Japan before being able to legally change your gender You have to be sterilized or indefinitely incapable of reproduction. Joanna Wally has this report. Okay? Yeah. Whoa! To boy 39 year old for me nose, Akiyama beams with pride as his young daughter attempts to counter fingers. Oh, Why is the heartwarming family scene in a Tokyo park? They appear like any other father and daughter books behind the smiles. There's a sadness what apartment Outdoor market cornered. I can't get married to my partner. I don't have any legal ties with our Children. It's okay when everything is all right. But what if she becomes ill? Or if something were to happen to our child? Damn Tamino cannot marry his female partner and therefore has no legal ties with his Children. Because for me now is not recognized as male born female has been living as a transgender male for 10 years and in Japan to legally change your gender. You must be sterilized. So go to the

Joanna Wally Tokyo Park Akiyama Japan Damn Tamino
Interview With Paul Craig, Author of "The Killing Zone"

Behind the Prop

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Paul Craig, Author of "The Killing Zone"

"What's up wally. Hey bobby how are you. I'm good this week. we have a what. I'll call a powerhouse guests with us. We've talked about the killing zone many times on the show this week. We have paul craig joining us. He is currently professor of aeronautics and has written many more books than the killing zone. Welcome to the show. Well great to have you. Thanks thanks for having me bobby. And paul sitting in his home in i believe nashville tennessee. He's covered and behind the proper gear which we love and appreciate what. Post a picture that Paul you've been in this business for a long time and have tons of experiences. We can't wait out of the conversation but give the listeners a little bit of background on really what you're doing today and kind of how you got the right and books and really when you became a cf. I well first of all. I'm i'm a big fan of the of the podcast. I listened to it almost every week. i always get something out of it always learn something new. I mean This this job of being in aviation as flying instructor pilots a lifelong learning experience. And this is part of that. So i really appreciate what you guys have been doing. You're doing aviation a really great service and so just I keep doing what you're doing because it's so important. But the and i really appreciate you know mitch. Them the one of the books you know. I i kinda got into writing aviation book sort of by accident I can promise you that all of my past english teachers are flabbergasted that i could write anything that would be published writes When i was a young flight instructor became applying for the first time in nineteen eighty three and went to work as a freelance right away and i was riding a few articles that got published in some of the magazines back then. I had this idea that means like teased them all together. It can be like a book manuscript. And so i did that and a senate off to all of the publishers that had books on my own bookshelf right all the publishers.

Paul Craig Bobby Wally Nashville Tennessee Paul Mitch Senate
‘Boston Back In Motion’ campaign aims to keep kids active as schools reopen

WBZ Overnight News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

‘Boston Back In Motion’ campaign aims to keep kids active as schools reopen

"Of Boston nonprofits are teaming up with the Red Sox and Bruins to try to get local kids physically active. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens. It's been a long year and a lot of kids learning at home have done a lot of sitting around. Well, now it's time to get back in motion. Boston Back in motion is the name of a new Web based exercise program for kids for the month of April. This is Elizabeth Paulie from the Boston Foundation. It's time to run and play and bring some joy back even as we're making good, healthy choices. There are incentives on the website for kids to participate to exercise. There will be appearances by local sports figures. City leaders even Wally the Green Monster is going to shepherd the kids through an exercise video.

Carl Stevens Boston Elizabeth Paulie Bruins WBC Red Sox Boston Foundation Wally
Interview With Matt Chambers And Juan Buhler Of Boon AI

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Matt Chambers And Juan Buhler Of Boon AI

"We are so excited to have interviews because we always get such unique perspectives and You know it helps bring different points of view to this podcast. So i'm excited to say that we have to special guests today. We have matt chambers who the principal architect and one bueller. Who's a senior data science engineer at boone. Ai so hi guys and thanks so much for joining us today going high. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at brunei. Matt will start with you. I'll bet chambers i. My background is mostly in production and visual effects. I mean in past life. I worked in like internet service and industrial machine monitoring things like that but most of the work i've done is in render farms and big data asset management. And things like that. For feature films. I've worked on the hobbit and the planet of the apes movies and some marvel movies and all those movies generate tons and tons and tons of data in so at buna. I you know. My main role is the principal architect in its to manage a lot of customers data that they are trying to organize on the back end so taking the the results of the aml algorithm running in putting the database in normalizing that data. So people can then searching compare it in determining what's be best for them bueller i Do that science and machine learning brunei. I also have a like the previous life at career in computer graphics on visual effects I worked on Movies like shrek madagascar. Let the wally different studios What's interesting having done. The transition from Computer graphics and visual effects to machine learning and data science is that We were back. Let's say in the nineties doing computer graphics visual effects we were doing big data before it was cool in a way Were dealing with. That's not said again right. We were dealing with this huge production of

Matt Chambers Brunei Boone Matt Madagascar
Living with albinism: Navigating issues of identity, race and beauty

The Comb

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Living with albinism: Navigating issues of identity, race and beauty

"This weekend starting eastern then heading south to explore the very different experiences of two young women living with albany in tanzania and south africa in coral aniline. Whatever most people have meant they think we are more fragile than we look that. I can't do heavy jobs. I can't i can go have a haircuts. Maybe the scissors will cheer my skin. They think that this fragile a like beans. I suppose to be handled with extreme care that things that we cannot do that normal people normal according to them can do. Pitcher and corey is listing. Some of the things people misunderstand about him she's twenty and based in darussalam and the idea of what is or it. Normal is when she's grappled with all her life. She tells me about something that happened after she just given birth to her first daughter. Here when you when you have given birth aunties and you know other relatives come to see you and one particular anti who is a nurse. By the way came into the hospital room. Went straight to the baby's caught just that the baby alien she was like. Oh how nice you give birth to normal one say okay. You know in my head optimized wally expecting so that's normal as normal. I dunno comments like that have flooded could picture far back as kindergarten. When she first realized she was different. Only me and my younger brother had outing into so the whole school. They're black and on me and my brother. Our you know caucasian skin

Tanzania Albany Darussalam South Africa Corey Pitcher
"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Ask <Speech_Male> me. <Speech_Male> Joseph's <Speech_Male> scriven was born <Speech_Male> in eighteen nineteen. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> I bet you've <Speech_Male> never heard of him <Speech_Male> if you heard of him. Wally <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> educated <Speech_Male> at trinity <Speech_Male> amazing <Speech_Male> trinity college <Speech_Male> in dublin <Speech_Male> ireland <Speech_Male> and he became a teacher. <Speech_Male> Life <Speech_Male> was good <Speech_Male> for joseph <Speech_Male> and then he fell <Speech_Male> madly in love and <Speech_Male> he was about to <Speech_Male> wed when his wife <Speech_Male> to be on <Speech_Male> the day before his <Speech_Male> wedding was traveling <Speech_Male> to him fell in a river <Speech_Male> and drowned <Speech_Male> in the depths <Speech_Male> of grief. <Speech_Male> He moved to canada. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I'm tempted <Speech_Male> to make a statement <Speech_Male> to my canadian <Speech_Male> friends. That i won't <Speech_Male> but there. <Speech_Male> He met and <Speech_Male> fell in love <Speech_Male> with elisa rice <Speech_Male> and once <Speech_Male> again planned <Speech_Male> to marry only <Speech_Male> weeks before <Speech_Male> the wedding elisa <Speech_Male> became sick <Speech_Male> with pneumonia and died. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Joseph ended up taking <Speech_Male> vow poverty <Speech_Male> and lived a life <Speech_Male> of service to <Speech_Male> those who needed comforting. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> When news came <Speech_Male> that his mother in ireland <Speech_Male> was very ill <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that he didn't <Silence> have the money to get back to <Speech_Male> her but <Speech_Male> rather than wallow <Speech_Male> in his sorrow he <Speech_Male> wanted to send her something <Speech_Male> so he <Speech_Male> sat down in penn. <Speech_Male> These words <Speech_Male> hoping she would be encouraged <Silence> by them. <Speech_Male> While <Speech_Male> you may have never heard <Speech_Male> of joseph <Speech_Male> scriven unlike wally. <Speech_Male> I bet <Speech_Male> you've heard <SpeakerChange> these <Silence> words. <Speech_Male> What <Speech_Male> a friend <Speech_Male> we have in. Jesus <Speech_Male> all <Speech_Male> our sins and griefs <Speech_Male> to bear. <Speech_Male> What a privilege <Speech_Male> to carry <Speech_Male> everything to god <Silence> in prayer <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> oh would piece. <Speech_Male> We often forfeit. <Speech_Male> I wouldn't needless <Speech_Male> pain. <Speech_Male> We bear all because we do not <Speech_Male> carry everything <Speech_Male> to god in <Silence> prayer. <Speech_Male> Have we trials <Speech_Male> and temptations. <Speech_Male> Is there <Silence> trouble everywhere. <Speech_Male> We <Speech_Male> should never be discouraged. <Speech_Male> Take <Speech_Male> it to the lord in <Speech_Male> prayer. Can <Speech_Male> we find a <Speech_Male> friend so faithful. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Who will <Speech_Male> all our sorrows <Speech_Male> share. <Speech_Male> Jesus <Speech_Male> knows our every weakness. <Speech_Male> Take <Speech_Male> it to the <Speech_Male> lord in <Speech_Male> for <Speech_Male> jesus <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> friend <Speech_Male> now there <Speech_Male> is a link <Speech_Male> worth making <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> it's worth thought <Speech_Male> for church. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> This is <Speech_Male> john bash. <Silence> Go <Speech_Male> and enjoy <Speech_Male> god <SpeakerChange> today <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> while you <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> well <Speech_Music_Male> that was worth <Speech_Music_Male> on for sure <Speech_Music_Male> brings <Speech_Music_Male> us to the <Speech_Music_Male> end of this <Speech_Music_Male> addition of <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> church

Joseph canada scriven jesus Jesus today joseph eighteen ireland Wally dublin elisa canadian john nineteen
"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I wore in your honor so show us the real one. You gotta have somewhere to actually locate this. This is the real the real thing the cap that pain one. It's got the nfl on it. Stetson hat i wear this. I play hickory golf now. And and i were in remembrance a ham with my knickers so i got my knickers bus player. Never great Is great story. That is in there is The kids program if they wanna go Get more about this program. They can go paint. Stewart dot org. It's really neat. How the players are got behind this. The exhibition they added pains valley. You know with rory and tiger They raised a million dollars in A third of that went to the payne stewart. Kids golf program. So we're going to be able to to produce a wonderful program for little kids in the church is now and reach them for christ while we were going to have to go in a minute. I i want before i close. Tell me tell me another. Tell me another story that you liked telling from the men new on tour. Who were very serious christians. Tell me one more before we go. Oh gee there's there's so many that were out there. I could say one year. We had a good group. Going larry mize in and scott simpson and tom lehman and bernard longer. And here we had We had three major tour winners. The first three majors from our bible group and i remember going into the pga championship. Last one of the year. And tom watson came up. And said hey. Wally was the bible study next week. A really wonderful thing about going out. There is spending those three hundred tournaments but seeing Personally seeing other men come to. Christ like larry nelson and longer and scott simpson and to see what they've gone on to be Ben crenshaw's is a wonderful believer now and of course on the tour now the bible studies..

tom lehman tom watson scott simpson larry nelson Ben crenshaw next week bernard rory Christ Wally one year Stetson three major tour pga championship first three majors christians one three hundred tournaments tiger christ
"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Simpson and and to see what they've gone on to be Been crenshaw's is a wonderful believer now and of course on the tour now. The bible studies still going. You've got zach. Johnson and you've got so many wonderful men out that her continuing to carry the carry the torch for for jesus through gov wally. I wanna thank you for being here. And just say a few words before i close today's show is titled making the links links courses in golf happened to be my favorite type of course engine. General has a distinct character. And sometimes there's quite a distance between one hole in the next new players on the course may even get law sp between holes going down the wrong path. Having to backtrack define the next d-box stopping long away. Embarrassed as they asked for directions making the proper lincoln. Life is a lot like that too particularly in your spiritual life. It's easy to connect the wrong dots associated one thing with another when maybe they shouldn't be together at all for wally. This included mistake in christianity. For christ is demanding earthly father for the heavenly father. Once he got that figured out he started making the links that really mattered. He found freedom. He can't keep to himself. He found a loving god who was his friend his counselor and his buddy and a profound and meaningful way. My hope for you today is that you can apply this to your own life. Are you missing key links connecting one thing to another. That doesn't need to be is a possible. The guide you dismissed wasn't the god of the bible at all but a perception. You got from a bad preacher. A painful experience you had with a misguided teacher the judgment you found from self spiritual leaders a church. that was more of a country club hole. Basis for church hurts and is rooted in what we've talked about today. It's easy for us to connect the church with hurt bad experiences and memories. We'd rather forget that. I also know that it doesn't need to be the end of the story. Ask wally ask me. Joseph's scriven was born in eighteen nineteen. I bet you've never heard of him if you heard of him. Wally.

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"And gloves from gary and it really came true because ten years later i was playing a practice. Round with him at the masters with Imon sevi- bella stairs. That's just one of those miracles you know for me you know i. I sat ahead of the show. I just can't let you keep going. Because the stories and people love here in the stories of of the greats. And and i mean you spent your life really hanging out with these guys and and yet a lot of people haven't heard of wally armstrong mentioned that you set a record the first time you've played the masters which in and of itself it's like i can't imagine the nerves of actually playing again. Everybody's dream just play. We have a mutual friend who's a theologian c. Sproul i remember. He said you know one time he said. I'd give up all of my books and all of my achievements academically. If we're just just what One green jacket. I remember being so disappointed. The alot jin would be so petty as throwaways. Let things in his mind. Tell me what it must have been like me your accomplishment of how many years you stayed on tour at ma. Many of our listeners are not no. Don't know the insides of golf. Just staying on the tour itself was a huge accomplishment. There eleven lebanese levin years. Three hundred tournaments. You had to be in the top sixty money winners to retain your exemption. And so i was able to do that And one year. I had six top ten finishes and You know Fifth in the master's thirteenth in the british open and and second in the western open in chicago at And i made a grand total of sixty two thousand and that's Like last place now. Some tournaments That's when i asked you but what it was like fifty years ago. What i was thinking you were going to mention is if you had done what you did now. I mean you really wealthy. Do about three million i think or more but even finishing fifth in the masters i may eleven thousand five hundred last year. Fifth was four hundred sixty thousand which was more than i made in my whole career but but It was a great experience. John and the you know the the thing that hit it off in that masters the last round the last hole. I'm playing right behind gary player. Here's this guy. That i had totally blown it with the bananas and to look at him in on the green the last in any ran in that twenty foot..

John eleven thousand fifth Fifth twenty foot Three hundred tournaments four hundred sixty thousand fifty years ago sixty two thousand last year eleven second gary one one year chicago ten years later One green jacket first time wally armstrong
"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Changing thing for me a dream come true from being a little Country boy from indiana and the cornfields playing a little nine hole course and caddying and started looking for golf balls and selling him over the fence. Escon my first job in in the business of and Found myself Thirty years later on the pga tour at the peak of the of the game from coming from that little background. But that's that's almost. I feel like every man. That's every man's dream much as yours. You're this little guy in indiana in and you actually though i mean there's so much your story i wish we could. We can't tell your story today. We can just tell little bits. I wanna hear you actually caddy. Let's start with you as a caddie you actually caddied for one of the greatest players of all time. How in the world tell me about that. While i was in college. I was getting my graduate degree. That was a brand new believer in christ in a university of florida tour player. Dave reagan asked me to speak at his house in orlando and share with the rawlinson. Stetson gov teams my story of faith and I had given up the game. And i talk to these guys and he said wally you know you. You need to use your platform of golf. He said why. Don't you come out and caddie for me on the tour. I went out and caddy for him. The first tournament at In north carolina. We had a bible study on the tour. I didn't realize there were guys on the tour meeting. Gary player was there. Gary and dave ragan myself and this time gary player was already gary player right area. Mayor was yeah he was like i mean. I couldn't believe it. I was around this guy. This icon of the tour and dave said gerry if wally could ever caddy for you to be mean the world of him. He's a college player in gary said. Well there's nothing against you all. But i haven't seen you caddy and you know it's a big business. I've never had another caddy except cricket which was his caddy and lo and behold we get the pairings and we're paired with yuri player..

Dave reagan dave ragan Gary orlando indiana gary florida bible dave first job gerry nine hole today Thirty years later Stetson gov first tournament wally In north carolina one pga tour
"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"wally" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Years of my life. I was the pastor and preacher. I built churches preached every sunday met with hurting people and try to be the real mccoy. In contrast to the charlatans who seemed to get the news headlines that i never coveted. Sometimes i would get the recordings of my sermons and listen to them. It was a horrifying experience. I was never able to say what i wanted to say. As clearly precisely in. Compelling as i wanted to in contrast listen to gray contemporary preachers who are communicating. The very things. I wanted to communicate. Why did they seem to be able to preach so much better than may was mistaken. In my sense of call to the ministry all my churches tended to grow in numbers and spirit and vitality. Shouldn't they be growing faster. Perhaps if i was more gifted more holy harder working in weiser strategically i would see more fruit from my labor. You know exactly what i'm talking about. Maybe he warned a preacher or a public figures submitting to the never ending commentary of critics around you. But you had the voices in your head telling you you aren't good enough smart enough talented enough or charming enough to make the grade. The let it beat you down. Today we get to learn from a man who has lived much of life in the rarefied air of gulf's elites he played in all four majors even setting a course record for the master's first time participant in nineteen seventy eight when he came in fifth. This man is a pro in many ways an author that accounted family man and has much more than a casual relationship with jesus christ while come. Wally armstrong to church ertz hand. Thanks to be with you wally. Gimme the elevator speech on what it was like to be a professional touring pro fifty years ago. Well he made. It was a life changing thing for me a dream come true from being a little Country boy from indiana and the cornfields playing a little nine hole course and caddying and started looking for golf balls and selling him over the fence. Escon my first job in in the business of and Found myself Thirty years later on the pga tour at the peak of the game from coming from that little background. But that's that's like almost. I feel like every man. That's every man's dream much as yours. You're this little guy in indiana in and you actually though i mean there's so much your story i wish we could..

jesus christ fifth indiana fifty years ago Today first job nine hole first time Thirty years later nineteen seventy eight four majors cornfields
"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From the days of Wally Phillips. Every Halloween he played a variety of Halloween stories, and one of his personal favorites was a story called the Dark. The writer was one of America's greatest radio playwrights and one of the most imaginative horror writers. Of the 20th century Now as a Chicagoan arch, nobler started writing for radio when the medium was new, and he was in his twenties. He got his big break in 1936. When Willis Cooper left the early radio horror show he had created called Lights out. Now. The show was tamed by modern standards, but pushed the envelope on horror in the 19 thirties, when NBC asked Oh, blur to take over, he was not too excited by the horror theme. But he took it on anyway. The show aired at midnight with a creepy 13 chime, followed by lights out. Everybody know the story of the dark begins with a greasy black fog escaping from its confinement with the power to turn human bodies inside out. This one is one of those stories that is best told on the radio, where the storyteller has the opportunity to manipulate the images in the listeners mind from Wally Phillips archives here. A W G N Here is the dark. Let us turn to another delightful phase of horror, the super norm. I call this little opus The dark It's the sort of horror that was most effective on radio after midnight to make you wish as you pull the bed covers over your head that night. That the author had been strangled while very young. But he wasn't So try this on for side. Hey, Were you turning alarms and Pine Street and Oh, yes, yes, of course. Why this siren? The only traffic out here is on horseback. Yeah, You can say that again. Doctors from nothing than our Okay, let's go.

Wally Phillips Willis Cooper writer America NBC
"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You call in and tell us some good news things a lawful but only now really Mike right now I'm the things just might use where one better call me right now Mr when you'll chew a known loss give a whistle what your whistle now and they still face tough fold up whistle I called the I can't listen call the to listen to isn't that something three one two nine eight one seven two hundred tell us some of this making you smile we call it the bright side let's go to Wally Wally you're on WG on how are you Sir I'm doing a good job house values good will let the world did you call for Wally what's your bright side I just wanna let you know that fifty five years ago I said I do to my lovely wife rose merry and the second thing that I'm so happy about is that I finally got the joke about the flies in the light bar Wally I'm just I'm I'm happy for you Sir you know I don't explain a joke we just tell it I'm glad it sunk in Sir yeah at least it didn't take the fifty five years like when I said I do a boy Wally happy anniversary to you both died thank you much.

Mike Wally Wally
"wally" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"wally" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I wanna thank all of you that have the opportunity to pay did so far this year with pre born and preborn ministries one out of one of the great blessings that god has allowed us to come alongside and it was another one of these incredibly providential appointments and we are so excited about it I I you know I I don't often tell the whole story how came about but it certainly was a problem providential thing and and it was such a it's such a blessing and we are so excited to play a tiny tiny tiny role instaview alive a baby can be about us Foro active as we can get as a parole a light oh god organization because we are actual Wally participating in changing the lives of babies we are going to have a reunion in glory some day that is going to be amazing and we want you to be there I want you to be there don't I look don't just say hello to us as we were walking down the streets of gold I want you to be participating in that reunion and for twenty five dollars it's.

Wally
"wally" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

Earful: A Disney World Podcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"wally" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

"They should go as wally and eva next year or as you love that movie we both of that movie this is a fun one at the Magic Kingdom. so this is.

wally