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"netcom" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"netcom" Discussed on ITN Live

"I think how they had a better scheme now. Going into this game. Monday alabama's a whole different beasts. Man i'm i'm just coast. David don't platelet Recognize that when you got rigorous in the role and be calm interviews. But then again. He's netcom cameron. i don't care. I mean man. Demand demands legacy and pedigree of coaches that come from him and demands accident owes and the people he has around him as far as football knowledge is second to none at the collegiate level. And like i said man you got whether you like him or hate him. You got to get marriage. Respect man wins wins football games and he doesn't. He doesn't nothing less unless you're in a championship. I don't think..

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"netcom" Discussed on Question Your Answers

Question Your Answers

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"netcom" Discussed on Question Your Answers

"Yes let's yes of a tangible than just a theoretical fiction. Well yeah i've ratio Please please on yeah. I i want to introduce one other idea here. You're familiar with. But i'm guessing that not everyone who listens or watches. This might be familiar. And that is the idea that in one respect god is unchanging and another respect. God changes in one respect. God is unaffected and another respect. God is affected and the way this is usually talked about. In academic theology is di polar theism. It's not a word. I particularly like myself. But it's a way to talk about how god has experiences that are changing but in nature or an essence that is unchanging so to go back to my reference to the greek gods who you know were personal beings but had all these moral failings and so people say well we don't want wanna god with moral failings this view that god's nature is unchanging eternal fixed immutable etc that allows god to be loving at all times and all places and god will never not love anyone because that's god's nature but because god experiences time moment by moment god is in experiencing being god engages in giving and receiving and therefore changes inexperienced moment by moment of that i think is one of the most important and profound ideas that the twentieth century has provided a theology. I mean you could find hints of it previously but it was best articulated i in the twentieth century and so i found that foil fencing acting as well because if we predicting that context of of jesus repeating are in contrast to the gods fickle that one day might be full year and nick state. Gainst you one date by with life you make statement would slow to your fam- a riot. Netcom tate's the revelation of the three dog is such good news because all nights shit is by force now. We experienced that quality with some people in our lives with people. You can rely on and people you call. People have developed that quality of final s. And if i've given the way that will stay the new with every with into our full big promise etcetera. A we are familiar with quality that a fight fullness people who are similar asli growing and rates and changing their changing experiences. It safe tra. And so the guy Sink of gods Stems jesus uses the made to fall off apparent The now on my parents have changed throughout since. I was struggling to now yet. Bay some qualities that they've become richer and stronger and and be faithfulness. Trip continued so the gang. Even we need to find language decide to speak of dogs and changing thankfulness. And the fact that he is still she got a still actualising possibilities were andrea lastly full so they something changing as well and that be is now a beautiful quality icon to icon. Take away the realization of possibilities or this of creativity. Contact direct optic quesion. Regard is not feel that on diminishing so this bay something about creativity about unfulfilled potential..

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"netcom" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"netcom" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Has. No. Come, on Chris, you make covering boxing. Come on, man. The dipsy Kings GonNa win that fight man. Come on, you got the robotic. Joshua skills these skills, but you that fluidity baby. You got the Xerez. You got that that snapping of the reflexes Netcom style coming your way now. You know that's something that's on the do which is a fury that and how big is i. mean I understand that you know Joshua's probably one or two inches shorter than he is, but you know Tyson ferries a different different class I believe you know. Let's give. Let's get get Anthony Joshua his credit. He has risen any risen. Quite rapidly pretty fast to the top you know, and he's beaten I would say his resume is the best resume in heavyweight boxing. You know any always shows up to fight. You know so. You GotTa Give Him Credit and you got gotta respect them, but my money. is on Tyson theory. High School all day. If I was putting money on something right now I'd probably put it on fury, but one thing about Joshua's that like wilder, one punch a race issue, but that's like all these kind of got Joshua will hurt you and finish you like. Before the release flight I thought he was the best finisher and all of boxing like when he got you hurt. He followed up with like four punches that were just thunderous that put good heavyweights like you pointed out down whether it was billion white or Alexander. These are good heavyweights. The he just put out of power, so I'm curious to see if he can get inside that guard fury land, a couple of things that buckle him. He won't just put fury down. He'll just put him like several punches instead of one. Let me tell you something about Tyson theory now? Tyson fury has the ability to adapt. He has ability to go into the trenches. We saw that against the wilder. and. We know that Joshua Anthony Joshua doesn't like the kitchen. He don't like the inside anytime. The short rugged Andy Rees gotTa nearside on him Oh. It was too hot I. Need to get out so the second time he fought him. He danced on the outside. I give him credit for that. He made the necessary changes that he needed to make in order to win that fight decisive. What the thing is when he fights against theory in fury, figure that out in knows that varies not gonNA stop. He's not gonNA banded that he's not GonNa let Anthony Joshua just run you know, run back or moves to the side. He's GonNa. Be attacking him leading him with punches in landing, harkening shots encounters on ethnic Joshua. You know at the Johnson fight that will back. No, he. He don't that well off his back with. He's fantastic. Anthony. Joshua's fantastic at about mid range mid range. He's wanted he wanted the best. You know counterpunching in combination country in heavyweight at mid range like you said no one can compete with them. You know when four punch combination known. Yeah I agree with you there. Last question for you, Tim. You know it's amazing that years after your manny pack. Yeah, we're still watching. Manny Pacquiao At the top of his game or close off his game money man still in the welterweight division. How surprised are you that Pacquiao had the type of two thousand and thousand nine that he had. And what do you want to see him do next? How do you want to see him? Go out if this these are the last fights of his career. Listen. I have bet against the pack more than probably four times. And I will never bet against the pack again. Pacman is unbelievable athlete, a phenomenal fighter, a phenomenal being My surprise, he's fighting. In his forties, you know a lot of people surprise, but you have to understand that today's fighters are not like yesterday's fighters there. There are a lot different. today's coaches are not like you know yesterday's coaches. There are a lot different in so there are certain things that out sees that most fighters don't see, and that's the reason why he's getting into the ring with junge. Guys, you know one of the things that I didn't realize that cow saw against Keith Thurman was. Was that Keith? Thurman always pulled back in a straight line? And when you do that. Against Manny Pacquiao. He's able to follow you out with this combinations. Input you defensive in. So with that being said a lot of these fighters. They make the same mistakes. They pull straight back in a straight line you know. When he fought against mayweather, mayweather will go back, but then he would dip to one side and then go around. That's different. Mayweather was a at distance Andy CAPP. Is this very well? TATUM with Jabba? Keeping them out keeping thinking so that's why honestly that I know why I honestly know why pack our still fighting, because these guys, today can compete with him on the level of of Iq with him, he still has the speed. He still has some speed. He still has some punching power any as a ton of experience in what he uses against the joke fighters. You know and that's why he compete. That's why he can still compete. At this level at this is level I'm not surprised the PAC. Man is still alive, and he's still dangerous is still dangerous for anybody. In the wealth way diminish to me, anybody. He still dangerous will. Yeah I agree with that completely. I mean he's a medical and to the point you're you were talking about earlier stays in phenomenal shape year round. Like doesn't his body go, which is.

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"netcom" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"netcom" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Well I hesitate to even do this but I got a text message from a friend of Shad who is at the beach right now and he just wrote it is officially over packing up so it sounds like they have called off the search. Obviously anything's possible. But it appears the search efforts have been wrapped up so that was at twelve o-on pm so about twenty four minutes ago so we can continue hoping for the best. But it's not sounding good at at this moment here person says giving up your life for somebody you love is the grease active love. I pray that they do find shad person here says next to observer figure four four one one writer lyrics. Sonko is the other wrestling writer. I would follow a true wrestling fan. Who followed every single promotion and we get excellently detailed reviews for them. That were easy on the eyes. May He rest in peace. S- person here says truly sad to hear the song has passed. He has been writing great reviews for decades. I mean we I honest I honestly cannot even remember a time when lyric Sonko wasn't even doing this. I I guess maybe I mean maybe if I think back to like very early like early. Mid Nineties win wreck sport pro wrestling. That's that's that's where her like. It all started for me was you know I had I had AOL for awhile. But I mean from very early on I was on this on this service called Netcom which is now earthlink and my email address was figure for at I x Dot Netcom Dot Com and yes. Of course you know if you if you.

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The Tech Guy: Emails bouncing

The Tech Guy

05:47 min | 1 year ago

The Tech Guy: Emails bouncing

"In Pleasanton. Thank you Kim. Hello Jim I Leo. How're you I'm great? How are you? I got something here? I wanted to find out what time it is in by Kava Belgian Congo. That is to smoke. That is a blast from data. That's something I had saved to my computer back when DOS was only at three letters exactly. Yeah I started doing this show in the early nineties with John C John was little. Add he get bored. So I I gave him some sound effects start collecting them and that was that big ended up being his favourite. I think our signature sound effect for the longtime couldn't figure out where it came from was from an old dennis. The menace episode. Dennis finds a shortwave radio. And that was that was what he heard on his short rate. I didn't know where it came from. Either but I used to manage a bunch of Sun workstations and servers and I learned how to transmit audio to the servers and these guys would be sitting there doing nothing. I'd play that for. You are funny man. It has a life of its own. Well it's so nice to talk to you that means you've been listening to me rattle on for well back. Then was new. Yeah practically thirty years Lee. Moly IT WAS. It was different. Wasn't it in those days? It was windows. Three one one windows for workgroups it was dos and then we had things like floppy disks. And you don't we didn't have. We really didn't have the Internet. That's what it was. That changed everything. It was where I worked. We had Cloud service in Sunday. You don't know where to go when there's a lot of fun anyway. I'm having trouble. I WANNA keep you here but My female. I manage A bunch of People retirees from where I used to work in around me around four hundred people now and then getting messages from US Jimmy L. Which is fine but now. I'm getting measured. Says there was a problem and delivering your message and Known as recipients server did not accept our request to connect now. I have a question for you on that. So there's two possibilities was it an actual email that you sent or your clients sent. I sent but it is one. You can see the email that you tried to send because one time that happens to a lot of people and you may have seen this also because spammers or notorious for using your email address never going to use their email address in the return. Sure so when they send out a million emails and your in your address is the return address. You'll get a certain number of bounce backs. That's that's just internet background noise. But but if it's an actual email that you tried sending have you actually sat down and tried resetting that email and watch it and see it come bouncing back and you're sure an extra actually? It'll it'll do that over a period of days because it will tell me trying. Yeah it'll keep trying and you're sure you have a proper email address right. It's an existing. Email address is is one particular host you're sending to well I'm sending to There's four of them that gives me trouble. One of them is earthlink link. The other one's mind spring was Netcom. And then there's another one people peach or something but it's no accident that all of those are really old. Isp's yard that's right. That's right there. Seems to be a commonality. All of that. And we retirees your all of your. Yeah all of your email addresses. G Mail is of course run by Google and his run very well by Google G. Mail adheres to all the modern standards. So I I don't know why mine Spring Mind Spring. Wow there's a blast from the past earthlink dot com. I don't know why they're refusing mail from G mail it. It probably means that those people aren't getting a lot of males since almost you know everybody uses g mail now and you know if the other way around I might understanding because g mail in order to reduce spam a good inbound emailer. We'll do a lot of things like reverse. Dns they'll do some authentication things like SPF and stuff and they may refuse mail from a server that doesn't identify properly. You know doesn't records or something like that. Yeah that sounds to me like earthlink. Netcom and mine. Spring are miskin figured in some strange. I've done this for years and all of a sudden on me. This started to happen. A May fifth for whatever reason it sounds to me like I would guess because again. Google is very modern inch. And it's probably that on May fifth. They flipped a switch for some new standard that mind spring net common and earthlink. Aren't currently adhering to GonNa have to do some research. I think he emailed. Who Do I email that? Earthlink man earthly. Yeah Yeah admitted it would probably do it. earthlink. Yeah it's something they're doing and you know what if it's happening to you? It's happening a lot so they'll likely fix it. I'M GONNA I'm a little research. Keep listening if you

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"netcom" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Know it's easy to win visit the contest page ad and Jay what one five dot com or you can enter on our free apps so make sure you download that as soon as possible let's check on the roads now when you Jersey fast traffic turn pike in fifteen W. stalled vehicle has been cleared eastbound three slow it for ninety five because of an accident and your delays on the parkway northbound from one forty two up to one forty five also watch for delays on the turnpike southbound truck planes after exit nine with any emergency construction that is still taking out the left lane very slow both ways at the Outerbridge crossing there's an accident leaving New Jersey on the outer bridge the Koppel's little better westbound two eighty slow from exit fifteen to fourteen we have a closure now in Flanders on two oh six both ways of Flanders netcom road because of a dump truck accident if you are leaving New Jersey not a bad ride George Washington bridge the Lincoln tunnel about twenty minutes Molland title fifteen minutes from the one in nine approach also watch for an accident northbound forty two at creek road that as two lanes close traffic sponsored by staples at staples there's a whole lot in store come in right now for remote staples copy paper only three ninety nine in store only offer on skew thirteen fifty eight fifty five and seven six nineteen staple traffic every fifteen minutes extra forty four oh three from the all American auto group traffic deaths shop today and all American auto group dot com hi Natalie walls beyond New Jersey on a one point five any Jersey traffic made possible by the New Jersey department of agriculture whether you eat cucumbers as a snack and a salad or pickled you'll be happy to know that fresh new ge fresh Jersey Q. X..

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"netcom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Experience people dressed in plastic bags reading, try to act, some kind of fashion up should do all number NetCom round up rats on the west side bedbugs uptown. What a mess. Tons of data. My brains splattered all of Manhattan should be out who. Are you tonight from New York? All right. Jerry. Oh, so do I let's go Laney? Oh. That's why. You know, I'm alive. Grass. Man rescue. It's not..

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"netcom" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Or visit RWJ dot org slash Telam. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five jerseys. Opening lines jersey one point five traffic. Construction all over the place. The most impactful among it to eighty seven south Bridgewater down to Brooke. That's where you got lanes knocked down for construction, traffic is slammed from exit seventeen down to basically exit twelve onto seven south and right next door on twenty two west Gaston. Avenue in Bridgewater construction as at least the right lane down. That's causing some delays and delays on the turnpike are also still there to travelling southbound. You've got in the outer roadway lanes closed right around south of exit tin into the East Brunswick areas wanna stick with the inner roadway the car lanes, and also the southbound western Spurs close. The southbound eastern spur is wide open now. Episode earlier delays both directions on the Newark bay bridge, fourteen to fourteen as single file and the Parkway, north has construction delays with two right lanes down three up to one forty five and also southbound in the outer roadway through cheese, quake, part and also eighty with some delays into NetCom eastbound with construction and west into Jala Mucci, and was there to more roadwork now across the Hudson. The two tunnels are not bad. Getting to the Holland is tough because you've got the lays on the Polaski, skyway tunnel circle and you've got the Newark bay extension. Constructions you'll be better off at the Lincoln. And if you're heading to the George pretty busy upstairs right now traffic every fifteen minutes. Next report, ten forty eight on New Jersey and a one point five. I want one point five and sim weather. Looks like a great weekend coming up. Mostly humidity. Drops a little tonight. Still plenty of cloud cover watched at the shore still could have recurrence spots. Rough surf.

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"netcom" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"And if you're listening, you're Kissifim NetCom, cure, bill's nonstop, one or two point seven kid. Sixty minutes of nonstop kiss music starts now. I'll as number one hit music station. It's not easy. So mealy. Oh. Don't pay. Anyway. Maybe. If. Point seven kiss. FM L number one hit music station in if you wanna go to are not summer takeover, which is June six a private event caller wanted to right now. Eight five to one or two seven give them..

"netcom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Life on earth. And then we're going to round out the night with motivational speaker, Jim Parison Jimmy talks about praying for financial miracle, and how money can really help you again. Same lineup a live band audience participation in after the show. We always do a meet and greet. And we just hang out with people. I I've seen so many people at these things who don't know each other who become friends. It's just it's really a great atmosphere like minded people like live events for that, you know, getting people in the same room. Breathing the same air that have common interests, Iran. It's it's it's community building. It's really special people come there. They'll be alone in they'll wanna picture, so someone will take a picture given their Email and then their friends. It's really great. That's wonderful. So if you're interested in you live down that way, if you don't live that way on that wake come on out anyway, people fly all over to these things. So there's three ways you can get tickets. You can go to Miramar cultural, center dot org. You can dial eight hundred seven four five three thousand that is TicketMaster or if you live down that way. You can visit the box office in person and Richard. Of course information always on the coast to coast AM website NetCom before you got to ask you because you asked me about my pet rabbit pet rabbit, and I I was racking my brain. I don't remember mentioning maybe I'm wrong. I don't remember mentioning I had a pet rabbit are you psychic or something? No, you have mentioned that you have rally have but more important than that win a loss of a rabbit, and I don't wanna go out too much because this rabbit was very very special. But anyway, I just wanted to how years was doing great. And I'm sorry about your loss. There's terrific pets. I was house trained. He actually uses litterbox like a cat. I'm serious. I'm serious. Have you seen the electric cat boxes? No, I think these are the most phenomenal invention. The cat goes in it. And there's a laser beam. So when it's done the laser beam activates his claw that drags through the sand and dumps it in a little container. Amazing thing. And if you're rabbit could use well, well, I'm gonna look into one of those. Yeah. Great being house trained. Definitely little raisins all over the house. Great talking to you. Tom you too. Thanks. All right. We will come back with more amazing calls it only. Coast to coast AM listeners can deliver back with more right here on coast to coast..

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"netcom" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on The Big 98

"Man. I haven't. He wants to know, what are you? Netcom? Moment. I haven't we haven't talked about going out again or anything like that. When was that wedding? Last friday. Yeah. She'd text me happy birthday yesterday. I mean. Ball, man. I drop all the ball's neck. No. There hasn't been talked about a second date or anything yet or through will be. I don't know. So there's that Nick says, no man, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. Pressure. Well, yeah, there is no Nick's calling. Yelling at me. You guys get calls. If you one eight seven seven seventy seven Bobby couple of things something that we all use is going up in price. Real soon back. I know not the best in news. But I'll update you guys in a minute. 'cause you're gonna be like, are you kidding me? So something I think we all use all the time. Hit us with that price hike coming in. Every once in a while also give you an update on the birthday dinner last night. That's all coming up next. Imagine that I spent the first few minutes of the show sharing. All my driver's license information like my number. How about my financial information had that or my social security number here? How about that? Well, sounds crazy. Right. Well, when you connect public wifi, even if it's password protected, that's almost exactly what you're doing. You're basically, exposing private information that could be used by cybercriminals. That's why you need Norton secure VPN. Yeah. Norton, secure VPN. It's an easy to use virtual private network. Crips all your connections, even our public wifi. So the information you send and receive safe from cybercriminals who went to steal your private information..

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"netcom" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lights, southbound seventy one from two seventy five. Through blue ash. There's a wreck on Kipling at Coleraine Chuck Ingram. Newsradio seven hundred wwl wwl's sunshine today looking at sixty four overnight. It gets cloudy forty eight. Then the next two days, we have clouds, but it stays warm chance of rain tomorrow afternoon. Chance of showers Friday afternoon, sixty three and sixty seven seventy s over the weekend. Forty-four NetCom starts getting close to seven fifteen. Brian combs was here who's taking money from who. It sounds like the maneuver in Cincinnati city hall to pay for the more than seventeen million dollars in repairs to Columbia Parkway may come from the fund to build a brand new district five police headquarters. There's emotion being floated Cincinnati city hall by the city manager to take the money from the account that was set aside for the new police headquarters in district five and use that money to repair the hillside along Columbia Parkway. And then eventually when they have the funds. Go ahead and build a new district five police. Headquarters the old headquarters was closed because of health concerns there now in a temporary location. And I guess the idea would be to keep the officers there for a while till the city's budget is in such shape that they can afford to go ahead and spend another fifteen million or so on construction of the new district five police headquarters council has been involved in a in a pretty intense fight right now for whether that new headquarters should be built in college hill or along central Parkway at the old city garage, the safety lane is they called it near a central Parkway in Ludlow. So we'll see how this plays out. This is just a recommendation from the city manager doesn't mean that council would go along with it. Okay. Coming up in our news at seven thirty. We'll talk about the gas tax. It's going up in the state of Ohio as of July first they've settled on a diamond crease for regular more in fifteen minutes. Newsradio seven seven sixteen to the White House. We go..

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"netcom" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The puck getaway sue ban goes back to center, and that's it for the Nashville. Power play. They got one shot on goal. Puck comes away and brought out now by reader. Reader comes in SWIFT's the puck over to his left. He's check thereby yarn croak and they put the puck down off the end board dot com pursue ban left wing side. Sue, Ben will return it. Netcom behind the Nashville goal tourists. Goes up the right side. So they're playing four on four. Now the continuation of the penalty because there's nothing else you can do really until there's a whistle. Now. Yarn crooks gates. Look the puck down the right side into the zone. Yarn crew holding on goes back down toward the left wing corner. Now goes low yet again. Kelly yarn croak with the puck for Nashville comes out by the blue line holding onto it against nurse sue ban, those behind his back flips it down to the corner for else got away from him for sacra. Sacra now on the left side is coming up perhaps on one minute remaining in the overtime period. Sakra? Behind the oiler net. Larsen comes out to join him back on defense. Dry Seidel comes up with the puck finds his way in down the left wing Arvidsson takes the puck away from it. What's it up the right board for Ellis, Ellis shoots? The puck ahead systems goes to track it down on the corner citizens there with Adam Larsson dry saddle comes back to join him citizens stops him for a bit. And now it's taken by nugent-hopkins out right wing side at center nugent-hopkins down the wall. Deepen the Nashville zone in the trapezoid. Check by Yosi Yosi and.

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"netcom" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Z104

"The morning zoo, you ever imagined in your head the situation or scenario lake if somebody were to attack you how you would handle it like when you do it the most when you're probably walking out of a place late at night or something downtown, and it's kind of creepy looking you have to play out the scenario when you had like if somebody were to jump out of these bushes and grab your right now, what would ideal right. Limit the movies you ever go to the movies and before the movie star sitting there, and you kind of look around going. Okay. What if some nut bar rain into this theater? What would I do? Sometimes do that. Here's another scenario you might play out in your head. Sometimes what if I got carjacked what if I was stopped at this late in the guy came running up to me, you know, why I think about this life because when we come to work in the morning, it's like four in the morning, and it's very dark out. And you figure if something bad's gonna happen. This is probably where or when it's going to happen. So this restaurant manager in Saint Louis named Jonathan NetCom got carjacked on Monday. He was sitting in his car on his break Monday night when the carjacker walked up with a gun and told them get out. So he did he tried to reason with the guy come on, man. This isn't worth it. You don't want this? It's not worth it. And the guy responded by trying to shoot him in the leg. But luckily gun jammed so at that point Jonathan took his car keys and tried to Chuck them on the roof of the restaurant thinking well. Yeah. This guy's gonna leave. Now. He's got no car to steal. But he which is pretty clever. He didn't get him far enough the car keys came crumbling down to the ground. They ended up on the ground next to the building and the carjacker grabbed them. But while he was rushing over to get them. He dropped his phone and Jonathan grabbed it, then they started negotiating. Police probably could've used the phone ID the guy it's not clear if he realized that or not, but in the end, he agreed to trade his car back for the phone, and then ran off and the cops are still looking for the guy. So it was like look at your phone. Yep. I want my car back up, and it actually worked believe it or not. So I love how you said they were negotiating it's like, listen. Does your phone mckee's looks time in Saint? I'll no you exactly when we come back next on z morning zoo after all the drama over Kevin Hart as the host or not of the Oscars. Would you believe he wasn't their first choice? Plus Miley Cyrus is going into the studio with a man, and we have to and we have another right now. Yeah. Okay. And one more thing we're talking about the controversial thing that you're finding on delta flights this month that people are taking pictures of art. Let's get to throwbacks. Let's see where we go the three and four. Okay. So here are your choices for throwback battle round three. Will it be option number one? Willoughby option number two. All right. So the.

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"netcom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To be living their lives once they're retired in good places with the people, and that's really my perhaps mission. That's really the missing. Yeah. That's a great takeaway. No. And expand on that. Really? The thing I found fascinating. But the book was, you know. I see a lot of books written about military dogs, whether they're fiction or nonfiction type books, which is fantastic. Getting that message out getting those dogs back home get him in a good homes were there with their original soldier partners or whether it's another families fantastic. But as you mentioned the other first responders in the other dogs are involved. I don't see or hear a lot about that. No one. You're so many of them now, especially you know, with all of these natural disasters with the terrorist threat across the country. You know bomb sniffing dogs are in great demand. Drug sniffing dogs are in great demand for law enforcement searching rescue people. There's a fabulous group here in New England. I talk about in the book to that. You know, whenever somebody goes missing in the woods. People are always getting lost in the woods. Right. Hikers hunters children the elderly, and when they go missing not only do law enforcement and game wardens served their dogs. But there are volunteers who volunteer with their. Dogs writing drugs got enormous training. So that they can come out every call help find missing people. Absolutely. So all of need accolades because they do great work. And I love the one you mentioned about the was it fish game wildlife a fish smelling dog. I mean scratch my head permits. You know, that's true. That's. Dogs who catch poachers. That's right. And we need those dogs, and they work with game wardens and wildlife law enforcement all the time. And it's great because we people shouldn't be poaching. We need to save and preserve our wildlife, and these dogs help us do it. There you go. So big shout out to all the hardworking dogs, and all they require is just a good roof over the head and a Pat on the back in a lot of love, and they'll go out and do their work. Exactly. In a peanut butter Kong. That's right now, the better they fill NetCom stick it in the freezer, and then let them munch on that all day. That's that's a good one. All right. We're gonna come back raffish commercial breaks. We'll talk a little bit about more about the book borrowing of bones in little bit more about the writing styles. Everybody hang tight. We'll come back Rafferty's commercial breaks. You're listening to animal rights on pet. Life radio..

Rafferty NetCom New England
"netcom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Living their lives once they're retired in good places with and that's really my perhaps a mission. That's really the missing. Yeah. That's a great takeaway and expand on that. I really the thing I found fascinating. But the book was I see a lot of books written about military dogs, whether they're fiction or. Nonfiction type books, which is fantastic. Getting that message out getting those dogs back home. Get him into a good homes where they're with their original soldier partners or whether it's another families fantastic. But as you mentioned the other first responders in the other dogs are involved. I don't see or hear a lot about that. No one. You're so many of them now, especially you know, with all of these natural disasters with the terrorist threat across the country. You know, bomb-sniffing dogs are in great demand. Drug sniffing dogs are in great demand by law enforcement, search and rescue people. There's a fabulous group here in New England. I talk about in the book to that. You know, whenever somebody goes missing in the woods. People are always getting lost in the woods. Right. Hikers hunters children the elderly, and when they go missing not only do law enforcement and game wardens which with their dogs. But there are volunteers who volunteer their dogs the drugs enormous training. So that they can come out every. Call help find missing people. Absolutely. So all the need accolades. They do great work. And I love the one you mentioned about the fish game wildlife. A fish smelling dog scratch my head for minutes. I, you know, that's true. That's. Yes. Their dogs who who catch poachers. That's right. And we need those dogs, and they work with game wardens and wildlife law enforcement all the time. And it's great because we people shouldn't be poaching. We needed to save and preserve our wildlife, and these dogs help us do it. There you go. So big shout out to all the hardworking dogs and all the requires just a good roof over the head and a Pat on the back and a lot of love and they'll go under their work. Exactly. In a peanut butter Kong. That's right now, the better they fill NetCom stick it in the freezer, and then let them munch on that all day. That's a good one. All right. Well, we're gonna come back Rafferty's commercial breaks. We'll talk a little bit about more about the book borrowing of bones and get into little bit more about the writing styles. Everybody hang tight. We'll come back refugees commercial breaks. You're listening to animal rights on pet. Life radio..

Rafferty NetCom New England
"netcom" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on KTRH

"The New York Times reporter wrote a front page story that ended up on the front page of the New York Times. And in the story where a lot of myths that really didn't happen and basically elevated me up on to the FBI's most wanted list, and what had happened is I hacked into this guy's computer that was this researcher in San Diego, a guy's name so to mushroom Amora and we hacked into his computer me and one other guy because we're interested in the. Siler phone hacking. He was doing at the time. And anyway. He had some software on his computer. That was monitoring all the network. Packets or the transmissions of data going back and forth. So he quickly figured out. What was going on? And then he went on a mission because I was at the top of the list the top of the list of suspects to help the FBI. Find me. Assistance. Yes. I I. Off the wrong guy. So he assisted the the government and the government can find me, and he assisted them and actually tracking the through the cellular phone network. Because what I would do is when it access computer systems argue cellphones. Even though I was dialing into a computer system or to an ISP was called NetCom at the time, and they have local numbers all through the United States. But what I would do is. I'd you cellular communications to dial in to make it harder for anybody to track me back and at the same time, I would hack into the..

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"netcom" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"netcom" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Podcast episode page at relevant magazine. Netcom? Well, I wanna Tori Kelly for joining us. Remember, her new album hiding places out now, and she is the cover story in the brand new issue of relevant. There's a ton of great content in the issue. You should go view it at MAGS NetCom or at newsstands nationwide. You can get as well. And if you want to subscribe, there's a great deal going on you can subscribe at relevant dot com slash subscribe. I think you'll like it. It's a we have we have I'll say this about twenty nineteen. We have some big plans and magazines Steph happening, and I cannot wait to. Everyone knows all three of you know, somebody secrets I've been looking forward to I've been looking forward to this for a long time. Here's the deal any I'm cycling. I get bored easily, and I don't like doing the same thing for very long, and we've been doing the magazine we redesign every couple ish every couple years, and, you know, every issues new, you know, we wanna like, you know, fresh content that kind of stuff, but fundamentally we've been doing the same thing for sixteen years and k keep going I'm I'm just saying where we have some big big fun changes. Call for relevant. Go subscribe. You don't wanna miss out? I promise it's gonna be a good year for magazine reader. So how? Yeah. Yeah. Just mix stuff up. Choose your own adventure. Pitch has finally getting a little bit. So hot right now. On really pay. Also for those of you who, you know, listen to the show, and you're still listening. Now, we want to hear from you. We wanna know about you. And what you think about the show, and we have a survey up at relevant dot com slash podcast survey if you could go and take five minutes and fill that out. We are picking I think three or something people to get twenty five dollar gift cards to the relevant store. We would love your feedback. We have some new plans in motion in twenty nineteen for the show. And we want to get your thoughts. So just again in my the only one who doesn't know the plants checking. This is news to. Guy doing a Spanish language version of the show and. Rosetta Stone for about two weeks right now. I will just say listen, I've already. I've been doing. In showdown. In the magic weight. Speaking of Christmas on camera. Did you give Jesse his socks when he was down in Orlando with my face on him for Christmas? No, I it saw him at the last second did not think of this ox. But I do appreciate Anne that on Christmas Eve a package of ten pairs of socks with your showed up. And and now I have to mail them to people all over the country. You're listening to because. On Christmas Eve, like it's, you know, some you UPS drive are his son tiny Tim is at home waiting in front of a Cup of porridge. You know, just holding his crotch and say in calling daddy win. You will be home. It's Christmas Eve father. When will you come back home? And he's got a very important package that I really need to get out. I'm just gonna -ssume that this was a -sential that it was deliver Christmas little busy. No in that box of pairs of socks with anti space on it that will never reach most of their intended. Well, I'll get them camera next time, I'm in Orlando and male high. We'll send them out, and but they are Christmas socks. That's the other thing. I can't wear them year round. I have to wait until next November. And to be fair, I ordered them and they were meant to arrive weeks before they. Like a confirmation that said, listen, you can either get in these to them a few days after the holidays, but we can send our most beleaguered employ. He has. Definitely child named Tim out into the cold Christmas Eve night deliver Jack send him. Exactly. Right. Thanks for now on me. Also. Hey, while you're online go over to I tunes and rape in review the show. It helps more people find it. And we appreciate the feedback. Yeah. Okay. Well, and then we'll wrap things up. I'm Cameron Strang

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