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"william sherman" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

06:36 min | Last week

"william sherman" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Actually surprisingly surprisingly Their first big was mack. Jones quarterback at alabama Picked him fifteenth film. Luckily enough no one else got him. Even though he believed he was ranked three in his position says he was ranked five at his position. I think everyone knew that. San francisco at through the picking him or trey which they had gone with trae and then they were able to. You know got him. In between those two. The only other person got with chicago moved up to justin. So i think bill guy who you wanted you know straight from the nick sabin camp which he loves the nick saving camp and you can you know cause. The patriots have selected more alabama people than any other team in their first two picks alabama students athletes because their second pick in the second round six peak was christian. Bear more defensive tackle alabama third around diene ronnie perkins out of oklahoma ford around running back raheem drei stevenson at home. Fifth round inside. Linebacker cameron grown at michigan six round. They had two picks the first pick was the fourth pick in the sixth round where they selected safety joshua bledsoe missouri and then the thirteenth picking six rounding selected offensive tackle william sherman at colorado. That last pick was In the seventh round they selected wide receiver trey nixon at uc f. Which was a sneaky good picked to in things Tray with somebody you know. We haven't really seen much of her much of what he has. A great burst You could change directions very easily Unlike a lot of receivers and dvd's being able to move You know but with that he can develop into a good great route. Run really He has the top end. Speed to throw downfield. Deep threats balls and pick up yards after the catch Alike trade. Like i said that was a good one. Good thing about receivers men. That is a very versatile position. A lot of guys can't be good at that position if you're athlete athlete committee forms. 'cause you know when it comes to skill players when it comes to db's D- safeties receivers Quarterbacks even all of them can be used so many different ways like even in this draft you hear about individuals that are literally playing linebacker. That actually came into college. Plan quarterback Like that so people that translate very well trae. I believe could be used in many ways outside receiver slot receiver things that nature. And i'm just talking about their last big. Let's go to the top. Let's talk about mack. Jones mag jones was a good quarterback Surrounded by greatness is what i believe. I'm not saying that. He is capable of leading eighteen to victoria season. But i think it's going to take work. I think is not going to translate or happened as loosely as some of these other guys as Lawrence fields you know those guys. I feel like are really got worth what it takes to just make things happen. Whereas mag jones had people behind him coaching staff and players next to him. That could make almost anything happen so it definitely made him look good so now that he is with coach bill check. I'm desperately checks game. Is he knows how to make people look good anyway. That's why yours jokes about tom. Brady skill players in receivers from you know out of nowhere that he can make stars part of that is coach belichick putting them in the right position with the right schemes okay versus their opponents so jones year in the best place you can be. As far as the patriots elected. Amac jones I wish you the best in making it happen. All right Christian barrymore barrymore was another great pick. He was the first person ranked at this position that he is adding. He is absolutely madness as he Has good coverage in destroys liming into the quarterback He barely battles at double teams. And everything else don't really holding back. He the ball quickly chases will good effort Excellent range with his eyes so he gets added man he gets out of these six four three ten all right so big solid guide really gonna be causing some trouble here In this division for quarterbacks okay Game they also grabbed running back andrei stevenson outta oklahoma now. He was a ranked six at his position. One hundred tenth overall He's a big back. got more weight on me. Six foot two thirty one are right. So hopefully the power back which usually the the Patriots aren't too big on having a lucid running bags but more of a solid strong running back plus Maybe just one that has good hands so which he has both You know as a good He has been given his size. He has that good. Pass block skill with them in you know Been just a heavy. Do you know even after you get hit. You still drought Few more yards which is why he averaged seven point two yards per carry on more than one hundred sixty carry russia's wa. He was in college. All right. solid pick The greatest skill. One five you also get a four. But that's only because you guys patriots. You guys scooped up so much in the free agency to fill a lot of those holes. So that's why you get what you get but solid solid solid Moving onto the next team. Which would be the miami. Dolphins on the miami dolphins they. I don't know what we should have expected wholeheartedly. But the thing is the dolphins is a team that i've been saying he's on the komo to right. You decided that this your guy so you need to put things around him. So how did they do that will. In the first round they had two picks the first pick.

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"william sherman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Skip What's the first one? Mary, a Navy vet. An army mom wants to know what you and your wife did to celebrate your anniversary. She was praying you'd have a wonderful time. Mary. We spent one night at dust Dutchman s and house in Middlebury, Indiana, a favorite place of ours, Even though the wonderful restaurants were closed, we drove home and the next day was Thanksgiving, which was a delightful family event. Pete, A Navy vet was impressed by the way the eating place Don't remember. The name takes such good care of vets and first responders. Beat the restaurant change is called Mission BBQ. It's awesome. If there's one near you, you want to go there and eat. Now it's time for military history. What's first gift? 11. December, 17 77 General George Washington began marching 12,000 soldiers of his continental Army from White Marsh, the Valley Forge, Pennsylvania for the winner. As they began crossing the sky Kill river. They were surprised by British troops. The Brits came across them by chance as they forage for supplies outside Philadelphia. Upon spotting the British Washington retreated across the sky, Kill river and destroyed the bridge. After engaging the British for a short time across the river, Washington returned to White Marsh, delaying their march to Valley Forge for several days. Continental Army finally arrived at Valley Forge on December 19 to face a winter of starvation, disease and death. While they suffered the Prussian military adviser, Baron von Steuben drilled the miserable men in proper military discipline. Von Steuben joined the French born Marquis de Lafayette and Baron Johann Jakob as well. A status couscous go and Count Casimir Pulaski from Poland in the effort to turn the rag tag rebels into a well trained regiment. Come spring, Washington had a professional army with which to fight the British On 10. December 18 64 Union General, William Sherman completed his march to the sea, arriving in front of Savannah, Georgia. Since mid November, Sherman's army had swept from Atlanta across the state east towards Savannah, one of the last Confederate seaports still unoccupied by union forces. Along the way, Sherman destroyed farms and railroads, burn store houses and fed his army off the land. In his own words. Sherman intended to make Georgia Howl plan approved by President Lincoln and General Grant City of Savannah was fortified and defended by 10,000 Confederates under General William Hardy. The rebels flooded the rice fields around Savannah and Sherman was running low on supplies. So he director General Howard to the coast to locate friendly ships. Howard dispatched captain William Duncan to contact the Union fleet. Duncan located a union gunboats. I carried him to Hilton Head. South Carolina supply ships were sent to Savannah and Duncan continued to Washington to report to successful March to the sea for 10 days hard. He held out his Sherman prepared for an attack. Realizing the futility of losing, Hardy fled and slipped northward to fight another day. In a December 1941 as America's Pacific fleet lay in ruins at Pearl Harbor from the previous day's bombing, President Franklin Roosevelt requested and received a declaration of war against Japan. Leaning heavily on the arm of his son, James, a Marine captain. FDR walked haltingly into the House of Representatives at noon to request a declaration of war from the House and addressed the nation via radio. Quote yesterday, President proclaimed December 7th 1941 a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Roosevelt 10 minute speech, ending with an oath so help us God was greeted in the house by thunderous applause and stamping of feet. Within one hour. The president had his declaration of war. He signed it at 4:10 P.m., wearing a black armband to symbolize morning for those lost at Pearl Harbor. On 10. December 1941 World War 2 4000 Japanese troops landed on the Philippine islands. While Japanese aircraft sunk the British warships, Prince of Wales and Repulse Guam and American controlled territory was also seized. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill exclaimed. We have lost control of the sea. The attack on Pearl Harbor was only one step in a larger plan for dominated Pacific, which entailed knocking out first American, then British naval opposition. Japanese bombing raids on Guam, Midway Island and Wake Island followed the Pearl Harbor attack US airfields there were destroyed as we're in Clark and even airfields in the Philippines. Wiping out over half of the U. S aircraft in the area. Then on December 10th 2000, Japanese troops landed on the Philippine islands at Luzon in the north and another 2000 landed on the western coast. And in Guam, 700. Japanese special landing forces invaded and occupied the American controlled military outpost after only a 25 minute fight resulted in the capture of 500 American soldiers. And that's American history for today. Skip. It's time for the Armed America Report. What do you have this week? All of us here in front lines of freedom. What our listeners to get trained and get armed in that order. We fully support the right to keep and bear arms for all law abiding families, and we encourage you to find out about the laws governing use of deadly force in your state and follow them to the letter. And of course, don't forget to follow the rules of safety and common sense. Whatever you're carrying a firearm to protect the ones you love. What's the story this week curdle? While camping near Kneeland, Colorado, A man was forced to kill a £260 black bear a couple of days prior to.

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"william sherman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In English be placed in every church in England seem. Seems kind of odd that you would have to have a decree that you'd have a bible in the church and the king would have to make that. So, but I, you know, I guess. I guess that's the way it goes. And maybe they had to buy them. I guess because of the printing it's not like you could order them on Amazon and have them delivered on horse or anything like that on this date in eighteen thirty seven John Deere green, John creates the first steel plow. John Deere, of course, the founder of John Deere and been going strong ever since on this date in eighteen forty the world's first adhesive postage stamp called the penny. Black is I used in Great Britain. That was on this date may the sixth in eighteen forty in eighteen sixty one Arkansas and Tennessee become the ninth and tenth states to succeed from the United States during the civil war on the state in eighteen sixty four army army of the union army general. William Sherman begins his advance to Atlanta Georgia during the Atlantic campaign in the civil war. And we all know what happened to Atlanta, he towards that son of a gun on this date in eighteen eighty nine. The exposition universal also known as the world's fair in Paris opens with the recently completed Eiffel tower serving as the entrance arch. Oh, what a grand affair that must have been. Of course. Now, I think they have security walls around that. And I think it's I think the security is a little more tight around there because it is of course, seen as a potential terrorist. Target been up to the top of that of the Eiffel tower before at least is high as the general public can go, and it is amazing. How far you can see off in the distance just beautiful views there from the Eiffel tower still gorgeous and striking to this day on this date in nineteen oh three. The chicago. White Sox commit twelve error. Against the Detroit. Tigers as the did lose that game. By the way on this date in nineteen four the American lung association holds its very first meeting in nineteen thirty seven on this date on may the sixth German airship Hindenburg explodes in flames at Lakehurst, New Jersey, thirty six die in this. It's the on this German passenger airship ELS e one twenty nine Hindenburg of the ninety seven people on board. There were the thirty six passengers in sixty one crew and one amongst those that died was one worker on the ground as well. Of course. I'm sure many of you may have seen this footage, and the commentary that came along with it as it burst into flames hydrogen. That was in the in the Hindenburg on this date in nineteen forty John Steinbeck wins the Pulitzer prize for the grapes of wrath on. This day one year later on may six nine hundred forty one shows of Stalin becomes premier of the Soviet Union. Also on this date at California's March field Bob Hope performs his first USOC show on that same day in nineteen forty one in nineteen fifty four Roger Bannister of the United Kingdom becomes the first person to run a four minute mile recording a three minute fifty nine point four second mile at if Lee Road in Oxford and finally on the state in nineteen fifty seven it's the last broadcast of I love Lucy on CBS. And also it is the same day. The Pulitzer prize was awarded to John F. Kennedy for his profiles in courage. Actually, we got a couple more on this date in history. One we got some bonus for you as well. All the state in nineteen sixty President Eisenhower signs, the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and on this on this date in. In nineteen sixty six the Rolling Stones released paint it black in the United States. And they they're still going strong to this day in amazing how they how they continue to. Rock and roll even to this day. And then Beatles at the Hollywood bowl is released in the UK on this date in nineteen seventy seven, and we also have on this date in nineteen Eighty-four. Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken junior hits for the cycle. He gets a single double triple and a home run on the state in nineteen eighty-seven in politics. I can't believe it's been thirty two years, but on this date. Gary Hart denies affair with model Donna rice and remember he was the democrat darling in nineteen eighty seven thinking that he was going to be the one to take on George H W Bush for the presidential run. Of course, ended up being Dukakis in nineteen eighty eight. Also. Also on this date in history. Tom Cruise ticket for careless operation of vehicle in South Carolina in the state in nineteen ninety then lettuce limits. Lewis defense his world heavyweight championship and winning eight rounds against Phil Jackson. Not that Phil Jackson. Not the basketball. Phil jackson. Anyway, that's what happened on this date in history may the sixth, and we are so glad that you have joined us here on six hundred W R, E C and ninety two point one FM. Hey, maybe for those that are annoyed by the TSA searches perhaps you could find no bigger ally. In the way, these searches conducted then from Diana Ross, an unlikely perhaps ally in this Diana Ross says she felt violated by TSA screener during a Pat down at Louis Armstrong New Orleans international airport yesterday morning following her performance at the New Orleans, jazz and heritage festival the the legend and Grammy. Winning Motown hero set in a social media post that it was not what was done. But how the quote, I am feeling violated. And as they work did it. She said it was her job. I won't go into any more details on that particular one. And she, but she did go on to say, let me be clear. Not not the people or delta. But TSA was over the top makes me want to cry. So Diana Ross not to not to plays with how she was treated. I think we've had this discussion before about airport searches it seems like. It's almost violation of your fourth amendment rights. But in order for you to be able to fly commercial airline. You are assumed guilty until declared innocent by passing through those scanners that it is not innocent until proven guilty. But it's the other way around that you have to prove before you can get on a plane, and of course, this response in response to nine eleven, and of course, we've heard the horror stories about, you know, the disabled elderly also getting aggressive screenings as well. And it's just a shame because really. Many of these things can be done and we've seen it at sporting events where people can get in. And you know, where you don't have to pretty much, you know. Be be subject to invasive search, but you can still be screened and move along. I'm not saying that, you know, the technology shouldn't be used. I mean that that's that's a discussion for experts on perhaps another day that we can have on on this very program. But of course, anecdotally, we see these stories that pop up from time to time. It's it's not as if they happen. Like once every couple of years every month to their stories that we can pull from. Let's talk about this on. Fortunately, and Diana Ross, her voice may may be one that could be heard a little bit more than maybe some some, you know, Joe or John or Jane Doe where they're complaining Diana Ross. Complains it's not as if she just goes around complaining all the time. I think that even adds more weight..

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"william sherman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Just comes to use invaded. Get the heck out of dodge run like crazy. Your family should be able to react and get moving on your signal within two seconds. That includes any kids older than three younger and three pick them up. But you should have emergency word for your family. When you say this word, they separate stock with they're doing look at you. Do what you say. If you say, whatever it is route Abaga Sunday at one tune in for Gun Talk. Fact and fiction now blur y'all us, but the straight story. Hey, AM eleven hundred the flag on this is the final formation for this week on frontlines of freedom. Okay. It's mailbag time. I welcome comments from you our listeners, please tell me your thoughts at Denny at frontlines of freedom dot com or by Facebook. Hey skip. What's I Pete from Houston really enjoyed co-host skipped show. He wonders why anti-gun IRS can't see that laws. Only restrict honest, people not criminals. Pete drugs are illegal now in anyone can get them at any city in the nation. That is sort of a dumb thing isn't a skip yet. It sure is. And it's illogical that's the thing. Okay. Who's next Mary who was an army nurse wants to know, if you're absolutely sure that our military has imprisoned our soldiers for killing the enemy Mary. I know it to be true for sure I know personally several soldiers who are now on parole as convicted murderers. Okay. Now, it's time to honor deceased a veteran who served our country. Well, the remains of a pilot who was killed during World War Two and was declared missing in action has had his remains identified. Lawrence Dixon was killed in a crash in Europe seventy four years ago next month Dixon, with a twenty four year old captain in one hundredth fighter squadron when he took off at a p fifty one Mustang fighter plane from a base in Italy conducted aerial reconnaissance mission on December twenty third nineteen forty four during the return flight Dixon's engine failed and his plane was seen crashing along the Italy Austria border searches for the crash site were unsuccessful in two thousand twelve in American recovery team found a crash site in Austria after receiving information from an Austrian researcher the team found wreckage matching Dixon's type of fighter skeletal remains were later identified as Dixon's through DNA samples provided by his daughter Maria Andrews. Andrus was two years old when her mother received notification that her husband was missing in action. She was born in a hospital in Harlem, New York, where Phyllis Lawrence Dixon, we're living when he enlisted in the army, a South Carolina native who loved music and play the electric guitar Lawrence Dixon, winter to ski Alabama for training and a newly formed African American air squadron, the story Tuskegee airman would shatter aviation and racial barriers during World War Two qualified pilot Dickson flew with the three thirty second fighter group's one hundredth fighter. Squadron known as the red tails for the color of the aircraft's tails, Phyllis Dickson died last December at ninety six in Nevada. Her daughter said Lawrence Dixon, would be buried March. Twenty second with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery. Rest in peace, captain Dickson. I like that story. That's nice. I'm glad they found him. Yes. Well, now, it's time for military history lead out skip on eleven December seventeen seventy seven during the revolutionary war. General George Washington began marching twelve thousand soldiers have his army from white Marsh to Valley Forge Pennsylvania for the winter as Washington began crossing the sky kill river. They were surprised by British troops led by General, Charles Cornwallis, Cornwallis found them by chance as he was foraging for supplies in the hills outside Philadelphia upon spotting the British troops Washington retreated across the sky kill river, where they destroyed the bridge to prevent the British from pursuing them after engaging the British for a short time across the river. Washington's army retreated back to white Marsh delaying their March to Valley Forge for several days. The continental army finally arrived safely at valley. Forge on December nineteen where they would face a winter of starvation disease and death while they suffered the Prussian military advisor. Frederick Wilhelm Augusta. Steuben also known as baron von Steuben drilled, the miserable men in proper military discipline. Von Steuben joined the French-born Marquis de Lafayette and baron Johann DeKalb as well as Thaddeus Kosciusko and count Casimir Polaski from Poland in the effort to turn the ragtag rebels into a well trained, regiment, come spring Washington would have a professional army with which to fight the British. And he did. L A tens of December eighteen sixty four during the civil war union general William Sherman completed his March to the sea arriving in front of Savannah, Georgia. Since mid-november sherman's. Army had been sweeping from Atlanta across the state short, savannah, one of the last seaport still controlled by the confederates along the way, Sherman destroyed farms and railroads Bernstorff houses and faddish army off the land, the city of savannah has fortified and defended by ten thousand confederates under general William hardy, the rebels flooded the ricefields around savannah, so only a few narrow causeways provided access to the city sherman's army was running low on supplies, and he had not made contact with supply ships off the coast sherman's army had been completely cut off from the north and only the reports of the destruction provided any evidence of their whereabouts Sherman directed general Oliver Howard to the coast to locate friendly ships Howard dispatched, captain William Duncan to contact the union fleet. But nothing was heard from him for several days. Fortunately, Dunkin had located a union gunboat. The carried them to Hilton Head South Carolina and supply ships were sent to savannah for ten days hardy held out as Sherman prepared for an attack, then realizing. Futility losing his force entirely. Hardy fled the city on December. Twentieth to fight another day wise move on twelve December nineteen fifty during the Korean war, the first marine division closed into hung nam having cut its way through six Chinese divisions. Killing approximately twenty thousand of the enemy on the way to the sea from Chosin reservoir legend has it that the division commander Major General Opie Smith supposedly characterized the operation with retreat. Hell we're just attacking in different direction. I love that. And I bet he did say it. Well, that's military history for today. Skip is time for your armed America report. What do you have this week? All of us here. Frontlines of freedom. One our listeners to get trained and get armed in that order, we fully support the right to keep him bear arms for all law abiding families. And we encourage you to find out about the laws governing use deadly force in your state and follow them the letter. And of course, don't forget the follow the rules of safety. And commonsense whenever you're carrying a firearm to protect the ones you love. What's the story? This week curdle we'll have security system didn't protect the Florida woman against a break in by her ex boyfriend, but having an armed son did the man approaches ex-girlfriend's house one day about one AM the woman received a security alert and called the police, but her ex fled before the police arrived a few hours later the man returned and disregarded. The security system broke into the house, the woman's adult son shot the intruder as he made his way toward the bedroom of a younger sibling women's ex-boyfriend jumped from a second story window and ran the police soon tracked him down he was taken to a hospital and charges were pending police ruled it a justifiable shooting. Thanks any. There's so much to talk about in the story. But I'm going to limit it to two aspects of home defence. I nothing. Good happens outside the home at one AM. Here's what I mean by that. After work is when people start to party, so between the hours of seven pm, the three AM is when people are out in about drinking and driving and taking drugs drugs and alcohol, both reduce individuals and put people at a mind altered state. That's people do crazy and violent things that they'd normally think better up, and that's exactly why it's against a lot of drink and drive into drink and carry a gun cops call alcohol stupid, use simply because people don't get smarter with every drink their judgment becomes impaired and many Darwin award recipients have drugs and alcohol to.

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"william sherman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"December eleventh at ninety or ninety SPN. It's co directed by Jeremy eight time EMMY award winner, it's eleven it's eleven right. Hang shortchanged. Just trust Wikipedia. I mean, I've got an official bile. Dan knows they hand out those things like well. I got him his door stoppers. I use them like when I'm cooking hotdogs with the kids I'll put hotdogs bottle opener there. It's true. It's true. People in the business know how little it means. We really really care. You care because other people can't yes. Right. But we were nominated this show believe it or not was was nominate. Now, we acted know that yet we acted like we were up against sportscenter. Okay. So we acted it was really important leading up to it. And then when we lost. And then we acted like, it didn't mean anything, of course, you know. It's one of those that you'd rather win than lose. But if you lose it's easy to diminish the significance of the award. I just to wait. I'm okay with being nominated and losing you are. Yeah. Well, I mean, I've seen you dominated a lot. Yeah. Yeah. And I've long lost a lot. You don't want actually cost us is the Michael Jordan of sportscasters, and I'm sort of Patrick Ewing or Charles Barkley, or you You know. know, I. It's a it's a tough. It's a tough category. Shouldn't they ward after Bob Constas at this point? Well, I think he's still active. So I mean, it it's like you want don't you? Shouldn't there be rule? Like, you gotta be retired for six years before they named the award after you. They named the writing ward after my father, but he he was already dead and Bob is Bob is alive. Bob is alive on that one. If you've won that award though. Yeah. And Ernie Johnson's won that award there. There have been some cracks over the years. Although bigger upset Bobby that lob. Lahser douglas. I know Bob beep me this past he's right? So Buster Douglas against Mike Tyson or us against Bob Costas, you're upset. Well, I think if it had gone to the odds makers in Vegas, I think you were probably closer to like at twenty seven twenty eight to one. Okay. I think forty two that's just off the top of my head. But you've won the award and you've wanted multiple times. Yes. But you and you have a rivalry with Bob Lee. So was borrow deep was as Bob he would have been a bigger upset. I feel well, you know, it's for a long time. I think Bob refused to allow himself to be entered into the cat him. Yeah. But that means you just don't want to have somebody else. I you know, I wouldn't want to speak for Bob okay in this situation. But I understand that. I understand I understand that. But I, you know, if you say, I don't want to be nominated you just don't want to be nominated and loose than case. That was the case with general William Sherman, for instance, what he said if nominated I will not run if elected I will not serve. There was a very strong chance if he had run he would have been nominated, and he would have won the presidential election. He'd run it anytime during the eighteen eighties. But I don't think it's necessarily follows that you always are just..

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"william sherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Eight first downs. This game. Boy, I'd like to see these guys put together driver to here with this kind of time limits and just get their confidence back, and and you know, you don't want to get on that plane. Shut out again this point on. You know, you wanna feel like the guts in confidence. No. You ready to go play another? We have got thirteen thirty nine. It would take a pretty mature team. I think to do that the lineup in that running formation. They use. It's gonna bring all those linebackers in there. Porter. He's back here. They're eight better the box. There's they step the ball. We've got a whistle. I don't see a flag down. Was there a time alcohol? What was the issue here? I don't think they'd guard one to pull into Porter's helmet. Again, be called time out. Legal substitution four players on the field defense five yard penalty. So I way they can get it. They don't need twelve Martin. No, no. They don't need twelve out there. Is. Right. I added five forty yard line moving left to right here in the fourth quarter twenty seven Trimble of out there as the tailback and full house backfield betrayed on the left upside, he's got sober safety. More belltel Antill holds on for dear life and hold down a villain. A your. Still. I think it's probably just as thighs really soared on first down after the yard pickup hand off to pray again up the right side nothing going there is down after a two yard play. There's port Augusta. He's got a Saxon. I got thirty one and a half sacks that his career. Second down long eight. The fifty yard line. Back to it again. Dropping to throw Scott time set. Leaping grab the white thirty five by Tony Brown. He's hit from behind and Dell have the thirty four yard line. It's a sixteen. I Langley is there the tackle for the Trojan penalty. Number seventy eight ten yard penalty. So second down. Let me tell you. I just watch I watch Sherman on that whole play. And I tell you I thought he did a really good job on porter gusts in there, and they're gonna call a holding. It must have been muscle. Grab a jersey where I could see. Because I was about to compliment him on a good job that time, but I'll tell you. Trayvon's hurting. Yeah. You can tell he's just not about this spring in his step. Evans is out there. Tailback ROY down. Second data eighteen of the forty yard line. Dropping to throw Tony Brown fell down as he tried to curl up the right side Langley. The college ball goes sailing over the phone. Wide receiver incomplete. We've got twelve thirty four to play here the fourth quarter William sherman's getting his teeth cut on a pretty good flair trying to flock were gusting all night. We'll share with good looking young offer to tackle your face. One of the best pass rushers in America. There has dropping to throw. We'll give some time the white bull. Leaping grab Katie bakes to grab across the forty five. The forty two yard line. He steps autopilots. They needed eighteen that is eighteen that's a I doubt. That's a heck of a throat. Says to Katie bells a great job of protection in there too. They should replay on. I'm not sure he made that I had a tip of the forty two yard line says takes a step point. Now, dropping the throws time-to-time rears back rifles chose the double coverage. And it's incomplete overshoots, Katie Nixon what he's tried for stride Marshall, head to Noah who fund incomplete fungus, six one to fifteen marshalls six four, Katie. His. Eight. Tough throw over to make holy smokes. Zecha data ten of the forty two full house backfield again receiver either side, Montana turned Patty keeps it running up to his left steps out of a tackle turns a corner of the sideline he's run out of bounds. The far side. Levi Jones backup linebacker. Yards third down and six. Such but it's to play ball, sterling. Seven. Eight on answers by US. Down three receivers right now. John winfrey. Yup. Jamie McIntyre back entire Bill wrong viscous unbalanced lineup for five says. So the end around that time was blown up by Levi Jones and Grady, Russell beat paddy off the left side. Last couple of games played pretty well. Pre strong. Has coach likes to say pitcher? No hitter. Just up to feel so fast. Four down fourteen. Boy, I have to look real hard by playbook for all four hundred fourteen. I know that probably draw play. I think the statue of liberty to work here. Don't take draws our in our playbook. Kyle. Fourteen to the forty Sixers step at a time out. Go by the buffaloes. I charge timeout Colorado. It's a thirty second timeout. Coyle. Mike says we'll talk that one over a little bit. Kim thirty-seven to play in the fourth quarter. Go ahead and take a time out while the buffalo discussed this circumstance twenty eight seven to Southern Cal Telehealth boy to.

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"william sherman" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Either, Ran Cohen, making the. Plea deal today in. His his troubles and of course folks at CNN everybody has going oh he's gonna turn Trump we got. A good we got, John Roberts from FOX is saying that his sources are telling. Him that there was no deal he just pleaded guilty no deal. For turning in Trump or anybody other. Going God it folks is nothing there and you keep wishing this something there there's nothing there John. Roberts saying that is his sources are telling him there was no deal no plea deal here's the deal. Says John Roberts Michael, Cohen deal with federal prosecutors quote is a straight up guilty, plea and quote is not going to be some sort of cooperation. Deal about that Russell you're up next the Phil Valentine show Russell what's up Oh. Not much fail how're. You doing today I'm hanging in there Hey I was just listening to you a few, minutes ago, about the civil war monuments and being a, native Tennessean of course lived, and breathed and visit these civil war battle. Parks around the state and even another states like Virginia and elsewhere but the one thing I wanted to mention to. You and then I'll hang up and, let you comment on it first off the, first four civil war battle parks were not necessarily in this. Order, but they were established in eighteen. Nineties as you probably know Shiloh Vicksburg Gettysburg and check them AGA and back then the men that were trying to kill themselves were the ones that set, aside their differences and head reunions and wanted. To preserve these parks these battlefields sites as parks for future generations and so it says a whole lot about their character. And their willingness to lay down their arms and and stop fighting the other thing I wanted to mention is that, the, people who wanna. Take these monuments down? Are the ones that Just put any time and effort into studying in detail the historic period in, this country, when this war took place and the fact, that as you said a, few minutes ago there were many reasons slavery. Being the major reason but there were other reasons as well and to try look at it in black and white. Terms at the north where the good, guys in the south where the bad guys, is not really studying history because there were plenty of atrocities, committed, go to Georgia talk to the. People about William Sherman embroil they'll just lay it out on the atrocities with his March to the sea and and there were plenty of union troops that, were terrorizing the survey and so I know. A lot of people don't like to hear that but when you really get into the nuts and bolts of civil war. History you'll find that there were a lot of shades of gray I'll hang up and let you comment thank you Look you're in Franklin in Tennessee which is you know the battlefield. Down there in quite historic as far as civil wars concern here's something that, I actually re tweeted because somebody sent me this it's been. A couple of weeks ago I think. It was There's. A I I think a couple of black ministers there's a civil. War historian and some other folks and. After Charlottesville last year They they didn't want to see what happened in Charlottesville happen in Franklin because they got ship down the chip is federal soldier memorial and the, reason they call him ship is because my understanding is is when they were installing this statue way back when they chipped his hat whatever mechanism or crane, or whatever they were using to put. Him and his hat got ship so that he's been nicknamed chip ever since So here and I thought this was a nothing short of brilliant to me These four gentlemen have been getting. Together since Charlottesville on a regular basis having a drink a lot of coffee And what they said is instead of and listen, to this because, this is to me You go well this should be obvious and I don't know why, the rest of us didn't think of this instead of tearing statues down like silence samba whatever they. Decided that we need to put more monuments up more monuments to tell the full story if there's something about that, era or subsequent eras after the civil war that you think have not been. Adequately told let's tell him because we're all, about history and we're all about. Honest history if you wanna tell a civil rights. Story you wanna tell a slave story you wanna, tell a northern atrocity store you wanted there are a lot of stories to be told so the historians need to get. Together and start having monuments. To the rest of the story don't tear down the monuments you got and to them and I thought that that was a brilliant way Of looking at it because that way you're, not destroying history you're actually augmenting and you're not changing it what you're doing is you're telling the full story the whole. Story so that everybody understands. Fully what happened from the civil war on forward I mean we got you know we got a lot of history and a lot of it is not very pleasant But the history. Is, like that it's like when you go to Germany you a lot of. Times you, can't see, about the, Nazis I I took one of my kids on a bus to go round Berlin And, they're mentioning all. Of this the rights dog and all this and not a word. About the Nazis I'm going how. Do you that so I'm having to, whisper in his ear fill in the blanks a history the. Little, stuff I you tell the.

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"william sherman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Every conservative in california help is on the way recent statewide polls show conservative republican businessman john cox has now surged to second place right behind gavin newsom has happened for tourists not only has john cops become the clear favourite of republicans but his insurgent campaign is also winning over independence why because they agree with john cox and the two most pressing issues facing california's repealing jerry brown sanctuary state and his fifty two billion dollar gas tax interest i know john cox and believe me leaders around the country we're excited about the conservative resurgence he's leading in california if you've had enough of the corrupt sacramento establishment and are ready to fight back then to join with me newt gingrich his supporting conservative champion john cox for governor paid for by john cox for governor twenty eighteen john and ken weekdays two to six on kfi we don't feel like outsiders handle here on a monday twentythird as a we're following some of the big stories ascendancy man hunt continues on for travis ryan king he suspected shooter at the waffle house four dead and the french president in his wife visits the united states for an official state visit and over the weekend barbara bush is funeral happened is you know all right still plenty more to cover this morning ever heard the phrase forty acres and a mule it's jennifer jones lee has and this goes back actually a civil war and it happened in eighteen sixty five where general william sherman on a special order issued that phrase they took land from confederate from the confederate members or a confederate citizens confiscated the land and set to the freed slaves this is your land and you get forty acres and we'll throw in a mule so you can farm that's where forty acres and a mule comes from so what does that have to do with anything we're talking about now well senator cory booker new jersey big liberal has he is pushing for a pilot program the federal jobs guarantee development act known as forty acres and a mule free forty acres free meal well this would establish a the're three or pilot program where the department of labor would set up fifteen local areas and money would go into it to guarantee that every adult gets a job a guaranteed job paying at least fifteen dollars an hour free job.

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"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Had bob gates of all people they had quite the collection of talents and i think with this collection of talents we're getting close which brings me to bolton i have to play for you and you know john bolton well and i know john bolton well here's secretary of defense general james mattis welcoming john bolton to the pentagon yesterday cut number one festival the secretary thank you thanks for thanks for coming in finally i've heard that you're at did you hear that i heard you're the devil incarnate and i wanted to meet you number two marine talk nice out what do you think about john and this is his he's prepared is tire life for this job that's what i tell people and talk about the smartest guy in the room i don't know who wins the jeopardy game between maddest pond pale and bolton do well there so this wonderful i've been thinking like this last few days there's a wonderful passage and bruce catton's biography a history of the civil war and he talks about the day on a on the presidential yacht and the potomac when you lucy's grant and phil sheridan and william sherman and abraham lincoln set down to confer and he said cat and remarks that when those four men were finally assembled together to work together the war was decided in principle and you know lincoln like trump went through a lot of people to get the ones you wanted and i have noticed that these appointments get stronger and.

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"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Five for first lieutenants including future american hero john paul jones five secondlieutenants and three third lieutenants also received their commissions i guess we should a happy birthday to the navy we should and third lieutenant silent we don't have those anymore do we know now things have changed a lot on twenty one december eighteen 61 congress authorized the medal of honor to be awarded to navy personnel who had distinguished themselves by gallantry and action the navy and marine corps medal of honor as our country's oldest continually awarded a declaration it was created for enlisted men on sixteen december eighteen sixty one the next year the army became eligible to receive it too in 1915 naval officers became eligible for the award although originally awarded for both combat a noncombat heroism the medal of honor today as senate floor conspicuous gallantry and intrepidy at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty the design is rooted in the civil war the central motif is the allegory in which colombia in the form of the goddess manure ver uses the shield of the republic to pull down the figure of discord a plainly reference to the unfolding split in our nation design is encircled by 38 stars representing the states of the union at the time of the outbreak of the civil war on twenty two december eighteen 62 during the civil war union general william sherman presented the city of savannah georgia to president lincoln sherman captured georgia's largest city after his famous march to the sea from atlanta savannah had been one of the last major ports that remained open to the confederates sherman captured alannah in september eighteen.

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"william sherman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And he would take over the just think you're right that team and if you look you know north korea and china and and uh russia and the terrorist threat that's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world and we need is guilty and aggressive team to deal with it and you need us secretary of state when he speaks actually is understood by the world to be speaking on behalf of the president not in opposition to his policies whatever they are that is the profound difficulty with the secretary tillerson not a bad man i don't think he's prickly accomplished administrator because oil companies are not bureaucracies but it does seem to me that you've got to have very little daylight it you need a nixon kissinger's situation need a george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state you know trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump starting from a lowerplaced trump's never been in politics before every presidency is gutted pleats king's together and find the people it could work with you know just think of the way churchill in lincoln went through generals until they've found that they could work with and you know there's really great thing in the bruce canton history the civil war who he describes ask phil sheridan and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht as a kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about with madison kelly and cotton and pump and he said the two when those men sat down links came across the south they did yeah of course you know and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president is the elected head of the.

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"william sherman" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WGTK

"And uh russia and the terrorist threat that's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world and we need is skill and aggressive team to deal with it and you need a secretary of state who when he speaks actually is understood by the world to be speaking on behalf of the president not in opposition to his policies whatever they are that is the profound difficulty with secretary tillerson not a bad man i don't think he's prickly accomplish administrator because oil companies are not bureaucracies but it does seem to me that you've got to have very little daylight it you need a nixon kissinger situation need a george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state now he know trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump starting from a lower place trump's never been in politics before every presidency he's got to put his team together and find the people it could work with you know just think of the way churchill and lincoln went through generals until they found a bunch that they could work with and you know there's really great thing and the bruce katyn history the civil war who he describes still shared and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht that's the kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about madison kelly and cotton and pompilio and he said that two when those men sat down winter's across the south of course you course and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president and is the elected head of the executive branch he should pick people that he keeps on with well yup i also have to bring up before we have one minute left mick mulvaney went over in took over bureaucracy which is unconstitutional the consumer financial protection board and a bureaucrat sued to get control the bureaucracy on the theory that it was a perpetual bureaucratic motion machine that was i think a inflection moment larry arnn that's when it became impossible to deny that the project is to destroy citizenship and put the.

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"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It you need a nixon kissinger's situation unita george shultz reagan situation you've got to get along with your secretary of state and he you know trump trump every presidency goes through this and trump trump's starting from a lower place trump's never been in politics before lead presidency has got to put his team together and find the people it could work with know just think of the way churchill and lincoln went through generals until they found that they work with and you know there's really great thing in the bruce katyn history the civil war who he describes a still sheridan and william sherman ulysses grant and lincoln meeting on the presidential yacht as a kind of dream team you know kind of like what you're talking about madison kelly and cotton and pump l and he said the two when those men sat down winter came across the south the journal you know did yeah of course you know and why is john kelly the white house chief of staff well trump met him and trump put him in a heart job homeland security and they just got on really well and it was effect is and they were on the same wavelength and that matters and of course the president is elected head of the executive branch should pick people that he could someone with well yup i also have to bring up before we have one minute left mick mulvaney went over in took over bureaucracy which is unconstitutional the consumer financial protection board and eight bureaucrat sued to get control the bureaucracy on the theory that it was a perpetual bureaucratic motion machine that was i think a inflection moment larry arnn that's when it became impossible to deny that the project is to destroy citizenship and put the experts in church well it here if you're making a list of who's greatest man in america mulvaney is under consideration i agree but but i hope to the show i think he should be president of hillsdale college of the host of the hugh hewitt show because he can obviously do a lot of jobs i'll be right back with dr larry arnn hillsdale dot eu you sign up all of your parents in primus and tell us christmas present absolutely free to you and they'll thank you actually subscribed something for them stay tuned.

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"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of leniency and we don't know exactly what's going on popped up le's but certainly all signs point to this kind of flipping going on that that muller and his team were able to get him to i mean we already know that he's been cooperating but we don't know exactly what the terms are and so this word flip is is know a great word it's one of these terms that actually originated in um underworld criminal slaying and then got embraced by law enforcement circles so you know flip obviously you know we think of it as turning something over quickly like flipping a coin in and their various slaying senses that came out of that you can think of like flipping your liver flipping your wig which is you know losing your composure going crazy or just flipping or flipping out but the sort of the criminal sense of it starts showing up in the mid 20th century and we have to look at things like crime novels and things like that in order to fight it's usage where if one criminal says do another i won't flip on you that means i'm not going to inform on you and obviously there's lots of colorful slang of has to do with informing on someone did the police though you know what you hear that you know if you know you're hardboiled crimefiction you might know about you know seeing like a canary your squeal or snow nature or on her cell someone down the river i'm so this would flip kinda joined all those words but then from the perspective of law enforcement you try to get someone to flip on their associates in india could you say you try to flip them so just becomes this transitive verb and that starts showing up as early as 1980 there was a book by the new york daily news investigative reporter william sherman a book called times square about an undercover cop on the beach in in times square sort of like that series the deuce that uh the tonnage b o now and he quotes this officer saying something tells me we can flip these two guys.

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"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Data for their own program activities staying with history for a moment nowadays we are all familiar with the idea that big data can be weaponry used but there's an early example toward the end of the civil war that's when general william sherman use the eighteenth sixty census data to plan part of his infamous march to the sea he needed to find out where the crops where he had to feed this bass moving army far away from union supply lines no absolutely no food they really were frightened of going down there not fronting food and what happened in fascinating they actually got together some maps and superimposed the census data from eighteen sixty on the maps and he knew exactly where he was going what he would run into roughly how many people not to be in that area so it's worth noting that the census which is supposed to be scientific nonpartisan is often swept up into political anxiety the nineteen twenty census showed that we were more urban than rural and if you go back in your mind the nineteen 20s this remember the redscare the first redscare the first redscare exactly and so the conservative congress still very rural in its origins simply said we're not going to reapportion we're not going to give all those seats to the these radical citydwelling immigrants congress refused to use it they just stonewalled for a decade and we didn't reapportion till 1930 didn't they say that the information must be flawed well yes that with their excuse there was actually no rationale for they were fairly certain we were still a majority rural no nation has echos today because today are many people say we are losing our country because the white you're going.

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"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Data for their own program activities staying with history for a moment nowadays we are all familiar with the idea that big data can be weaponized but there's an early example towards the end of the civil war that's when general william sherman use the eighteenth sixty census data to plan part of his infamous march to the sea he needed to find out where the crops were he had to feed this bass moving army far away from union supply lines no absolutely no food they really were frightened of going down there not finding food and what happened in fascinating they ask early got together some maps and superimposed the census data from eighteen sixty on the maps and he knew exactly where it was growing what he would run into roughly how many people ought to be in that area so it's worth noting that the census which is supposed to be scientific can nonpartisan is often swept up into political anxiety the the nineteen twenty cents a showed that we were more urban than rural and if you go back in your mind the 1926 remember the scare the first redscare the first redscare exactly and so the conservative congress still very rural in its origins simply said we're not going to reapportion we're not going to give although seats to these radical citydwelling emigrants congress refused to use it they just stonewalled for a decade and we didn't reapportion till 1930 didn't they say that the information must be flawed well yes that with their excuse there was actually no rationale for them they were fairly certain we were still a majority rural nation has echos today because today or many people say we are losing our country because the white are going.

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"william sherman" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"william sherman" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"In the entire united states of america well the tallest tree is a coast redwood tree in the state of california its name is high puree on and it is nearly three hundred an eighty feet tall california is also home to the more famous general sherman redwood which is the largest but not the tallest tree the difference has to do with volume how much space the tree occupies with its trunk branches and so forth this treat the largest train was named after the civil war general by former soldier who served under william sherman and who later worked as a naturalist in california questioned number two

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Tallest Tree in the United States

The Past and the Curious

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Tallest Tree in the United States

"In the entire united states of america well the tallest tree is a coast redwood tree in the state of california its name is high puree on and it is nearly three hundred an eighty feet tall california is also home to the more famous general sherman redwood which is the largest but not the tallest tree the difference has to do with volume how much space the tree occupies with its trunk branches and so forth this treat the largest train was named after the civil war general by former soldier who served under william sherman and who later worked as a naturalist in california questioned number two

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