Numerology information Murrow:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Definition funny of Murrow:

urbanMurrow is short for Edward R. Murrow H.S. Murrow is high school in the Midwood section of Brooklyn dedicated to the arts and academics. It's considered one of the more prestigious high schools. It has no sports teams and a chess team that has been the number one in the nation a number of times (but stop anyone in the hall and no one will be able to name a team member for you). Murrow goes by it's own system being an "optional educational" school. There are no bells to signal the end of a period and periods are called bands and they're lettered. It also goes by the quarter system and each bloc of that time is called a cycle. Murrow students get 8 report cards and parents can never comprehend the fact that half of them don't mean anything. There are no lunch periods but there are OPTAs (free bands) where students can eat lunch, roam the halls (and "murrow it"), do homework, or basically whatever they feel like. The Murrow student body roughly consists of the following: 49% W, 23% B, 13% H, 16% A Of the white kids, half are probably Russian and half of those Russians wear Juicy or Diesel (and that's all their life is about) and the other half of the Russians are OTB and very awkward. Even so, they're all archetypally smart. The other half of those white kids are from areas such as Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, etc... They all come from very liberal families, have a lot of money, get high after school, go to rehab at least once, and get into great colleges with good grades because they're all diagnosed with some disorder and have had to "rise through adversity." A portion of these kids are the theatre kids and they're pretty lame since the theatre dept. is way overrated. Some of the black kids have those belts that flash their names or with a digital message board that says something like "Happy Birthday Jamilquana!" and it's pretty funny. All the asians hang out by the 340 suite and they're are a number of super trendy ones that a lot of the theatre kids stalk to ask them where they buy their clothes (the answer's always something along the lines of "Oh, I bought this last summer in South Korea." to the dismay of everyone). Murrow occupies an ugly, 1970s era building and depresses whomever looks onto it's terrible brick facade. -- "Murrowing it" is sitting on the floor (students are often sprawled out on the floors of the school). It's highly addictive and Murrow students tend to have a hard time dropping the habit and often Murrow it outside of school (i.e.: the street, the supermarket, Barnes & Noble, etc...). (remove spaces) urban/articles/ schools01/ school7.htm wiki/Edward_ R._Murrow_ High_School

urbanI have EFGH&J OPTAs, I'm the luckiest person in the world. Have you seen Murrow Sing!? It sucked. Student A: What do you have A-band? Student B: OPTA Student A: Hot shit! It's an hour tomorrow, come over to my house before school and I'll smoke you up. Then we can take the Q train.


Songs about Murrow:

songsMurrow Turning Over In His Grave by Fleetwood Mac from the Album Say You Will (Enh'd-U.S. Version)

songsEdward R. Murrow by George Carlin & Jack Burns from the Album At The Playboy Club Tonight

songsEd Murrow's Person to Person With Amy and Milton Greene by Marilyn Monroe from the Album Marilyn Monroe Words and Music

songsEdward R Murrow by Jack Burns from the Album At The Playboy Club Tonight

songsEdward R. Murrow by Red Barber & Baseball Voices from the Album Red Barber: Play-by-Play Pioneer

songsEdward R. Murrow Is Twisting in His Grave by Beatnik from the Album Viva! Apocalypse

songsEdward R. Murrow: Introduction (album version) by Louis Armstrong from the Album Satchmo The Great


Books about Murrow:

booksThe Murrow Boys: Pioneers on the Front Lines of Broadcast Journalism by Stanley W. Cloud (May 25, 1996)

booksEdward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism (Turning Points in History) by Bob Edwards (Apr 1, 2004)

booksMurrow: His Life and Times by A. M. Sperber (May 1, 1987)

booksEdward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio Series by Dan Gediman, John Gregory and Mary Jo Gediman (Dec 14, 2009)

booksConfessions of Madame Psyche by Dorothy Bryant and J. J. Wilson (May 1, 1998)

booksListening In: Radio and the American Imagination, from Amos 'n' Andy and Edward R. Murrow to W olfman Jack and... by Susan J. Douglas (Apr 20, 1999)

booksMurrow: His Life and Times by A.M. Sperber (1986)


Movies about Murrow:

moviesGood Night, and Good Luck 2006 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 33 mins Starring: David Strathairn, Patricia Clarkson, et al. Directed by: George Clooney

moviesCase of the Flying Saucer with Edward R. Murrow (1949) 2010 NR - Runtime: 33 mins Directed by: Customflix

moviesThe Edward R. Murrow: The McCarthy Years 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 54 mins Starring: Walter Cronkite and Edward R. Murrow

moviesThe Edward R. Murrow Collection 1951 NR - Runtime: 6 hrs 33 mins Starring: Edward R. Murrow, et al. Directed by: Fred W. Friendly and Susan Steinberg

moviesEdward R. Murrow - The Best of Person to Person 1953 NR - Runtime: 7 hrs 14 mins Starring: Edward R. Murrow Directed by: Franklin J. Schaffner

moviesBiography - Edward R. Murrow: Voice of America 2006 NR - Runtime: 50 mins Starring: Edward R. Murrow

moviesMurrow 1992 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 54 mins Starring: Daniel J. Travanti, Stephen Churchett, et al. Directed by: Jack Gold


Wiki information Murrow:

Edward R. Murrow
Radio personality, TV program guest, Film subject, Literature Subject, Award Nominee, TV Personality, Person, Author, Film actor, Person or entity appearing in film

Edward R. Murrow KBE was an American broadcast journalist. He first came to prominence with a series of radio news broadcasts during World War II, which were followed by millions of listeners in the United States. Fellow journalists Eric Sevareid, Ed...

Edward R. Murrow Award
Award category, Award Presenting Organization

The Edward R. Murrow Awards are presented by the Radio Television Digital News Association in recognition of what the Association terms "outstanding achievements in electronic journalism."