Skip to comments.Quinn & Rose - America’s Morning Show - February 13, 2012
Posted on 02/12/2012 6:34:03 PM PST by sneakers
Before yunz head dahntahn to work, or start to red up the house nat, join us every morning for coffee (or whatever gets yinz started) and maybe some serious discussion of the issues (or not!)
Listen to the Quinn & Rose Morning Show at:
www.wpgb.com (104.7 Pittsburgh, Pa)
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http://www.640whlo.com/main.html (Akron, OH) (airs later from 9-12)
http://www.wncoam.com/main.html (Ashland, OH)
http://www.talkradio560.com/ (Frostburg, MD)
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http://tunein.com/radio/The-War-Room-with-Quinn--Rose-p34761/ for archived shows
And now on 166 XM
OK, that puppy rescue made me get tears in my eyes!
Yep, I’m supporting Newt too, though I like Santorum. We need Churchill right not - not Mr Rogers.
Seven Minutes Of Rick Santorum Talking About How Great Mitt Romney Is
When Rick Santorum Touted His “Liberal” Record
Watch Rick Santorum Campaign With Mitt Romney For Mitt Romney In 2008
Good morning, sneakers, et al.
Wow, that story by Gary Sinese was incredible!
Never underestimate the Hand of God!
Wow! I have tears again! What a story!
Good morning n’@!
I’m late because i stopped to listen to the Gary Sinise reading of the soldier’s WWII letter. Glad i did.
So (Pgh news) Mystic Mountain burned at Nemacolin...I know they are in no way connected, but I can’t remember a time when so many landmark type places (Sarris, Winchester Room) had fires. Just odd.
You gotta read this:
What a shame about the Nemacolin ski lodge fire. My boyfriend actually wanted us to drive up there yesterday afternoon to watch the skiers. I told them we had just done that a few weeks ago.
At least we saw it a few times recently before it burned.
USS QUINCY, USS VINCENNES, USS ASTORIA (August 9/10, 1942)
Three US cruisers sunk during the one hour 1st Battle of Savo Island by a force of Japanese warships including five heavy cruisers, two light cruisers and one destroyer. The American warships were protecting and escorting US troop transports en route to Gaudalcanal. Total losses from the three ships amounted to 1,077 men killed and 709 wounded. On the USS Astoria 216 men were killed. The Vincennes lost 332 men and 529 men were lost on the Quincy. Many of the blood and oil covered survivors, struggling in the water, fell victim to the sharks. Japanese casualties were only 58 killed and 70 wounded.
The catastrophe at Savo Island was a demoralizing defeat for the Allies and the worst defeat ever suffered by the United States Navy. During this one hour duel, the Australian cruiser HMAS Canberra (Captain Frank Getting) was also sunk with the loss of 85 lives. Many of Canberra’s survivors were rescued by the American destroyers USS Patterson and the USS Blue which was herself sunk with all hands some weeks later on August 23. On hearing of the Camberra’s sinking, Churchill requested that the British cruiser HMS Shropshire be sent to replace her. In 1943, the US launched a new cruiser and named her Canberra, the first time the US Navy had named a vessel after a foreign warship. Fifty years later, a deep sea diving team, led by Robert R. Ballard, and including one of the Canberra’s survivors, Ordinary Seaman Albert Warne, placed a plaque on the battered but upright hull of the Canberra which read “In Memory Of Our Fallen Comrades”. USS Astoria, HMAS Canberra, USS Quincy, USS Vincennes.
And that was all in the first hour of your day! 23 hours to go! LOL!!
Good luck, Greg!
Nemacolin is amazing. It even has a private jet landing strip. It’s this really upscale—yet surprisingly affordable— world class resort, tucked into the middle of nowhere SW PA.
I used to do retail vendor audits (I know my life really is boring) but the company I worked for had the national account for a product line there. A couple of us (it was a larger job so we worked in teams) did an inventory at the lodge store there. This older man would always buzz around us all (all women) chat. Found out later it was Mr. Hardy. He had more family troubles this year.. Wasn’t one of his teen daughters badly injured in an auto accident?
Did you dry anything this weekend?
Is this the guy?
Well, Joe Hardy always did have a reputation of being fond of the ladies, LOL!
I do believe his daughter was very seriously injured in a car accident last year—another young person was killed. Very tragic.