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First Radio Report on D-Day

As we wind down the 75th Anniversary celebrations of the D-Day landing at Normandy France it is worth a few moments of your time to listen to the first reports of the landing from NBC Radio. This audio speaks for itself! Powerful radio very powerful!

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First Radio Report on D-Day

As we wind down the 75th Anniversary celebrations of the D-Day landing at Normandy France it is worth a few moments of your time to listen to the first reports of the landing from NBC Radio. This audio speaks for itself! Powerful radio very powerful! Tweets by @ReidoHits106read more »

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What is next in the Marvel Universe after Endgame

Now that Avengers Endgame is out and having an epic run at the Box Office (number 2 behind Avatar – right now) what is next for the Marvel Universe and the movies in production or planned. This video covers looks at what is forthcoming. Of course this is based on what is known or anticipated…read more »

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Reido Blog Conan OBrien and Aussie Football

Australian Rules Football is the game I played in school and grew up with. It is a sport I follow today and with technology I can watch games live every weekend and replays when I want on my computer and smartphone. That is pretty cool because it is a fast moving high scoring game and…read more »

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An Eagle Eye View and a Flying Suit View

It would be totally cool to fly like a bird specifically an Eagle or Albatross that use up drafts to fly through the air. Watching a Hummingbird exhausts me! As for using a Flying suit…no doubt a rush but nah….I don’t see that ending well! Tweets by @ReidoHits106read more »

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Bomb Cyclone 2019 Downtown Kearney

The bomb cyclone storm of March 2019 I think will be remembered in Nebraska folklore like the Blizzards of 1888 and 1948-49. This storm was essentially a land hurricane with deep low pressure reading of 970mb in Lamar CO. Pueblo saw it’s barometric pressure record of 976.6 back in 1893 reset with this storm. This…read more »