7 Burst results for "Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen Foot"

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on KTRH

"Him up let's fill the board seven one three two one two K. A. T. R. H. you know and I know that you know that you know and I know that they know everybody's getting their Christmas trees in but it's kind of interesting to you go by some mass merchandisers you can definitely go buy some grocery stores and already see how dried out many of these trees are because when they got delivered got off the trucks they got put into the stands but people forgot to put water in the stands and frankly once you get a tree in from a tree for you should make a cut on it anyway so we'll start drinking water like immediately and profusely drinking that water so the places that have the freshest Christmas trees they do this and then right before it leaves their place for you take it home those live Christmas trees will be cut one more time so they will drink plenty of water and stay really fresh for a good mark you know what to worry about them losing all their needles two weeks before Christmas is really that's usually the case and so what happens when you get it from a grocery store a big box store or mass merchandiser when you go to the independent nurseries and garden centers like the Arbor day they got their shipment in just Tuesday was it Tuesday or Wednesday I think it was Wednesday yes because they got all the trees up Thursday and then we went picked ours out on Friday which is yesterday that's how I know this so if you wanna go see some of the pressure trees possible and they got some big ones this year I mean I'd I'd look like it I was like man looks like you've got way more big was well yeah I special ordered big ones they look so good last year we decide we want more the big ones this year so those of you have like huge ceilings you know yeah fourteen fifteen sixteen foot tall ceilings and even more you want that big almost as storing a half stop Christmas tree when you get to the Arbor day they got so much going on over there am I was just mesmerized by all the color they have all these combinations of color in pots you cannot go wrong with those they will last all the way through the winter around here they will teach you what works through the winter color.

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"After this segment here. But in order for Toronto Liu wen Toronto has to be smart. And that means slow the pace down, you can't beat no one can beat Golden State by having a shootout. If it's. If it's if Toronto if it's one fifteen to one twenty I'm until you. That is a loss. The game plan is to slow the game down. Make it a tough gritty game. Playing solid defense. The big thing is to pace coli Leonard, you don't want Hawaii going off, and burn himself out, like James harden, did an which you spend so much energy in that first and second third quarter, but then can answer to Bill in the fourth quarter and that's exactly what Golden State wants to do. So being able to slow the pace down. Make it a measure pace make the game a very tough defensive game cannot give up. They're going to have to play solid defense. They can't play them the way Toronto played Janas. Where? You let you let him get open for threes because Golden State is degraded. Three point shooting team in history. If you start pushing them back, but you're not covering that thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen foot shot, Golden State will kill you not to mention the next thing you need to do is no matter how big of lead, you have you cannot get lax with them. You have to consistently. Play solid defense throughout this whole series of throughout the entire playoffs. Golden State has been behind. And in numerous occasion, ten fifteen points down, and they just come back and win, because they can close a gap, so fast just one little period of time where you're lax and Toronto can look see a big giant lead disappear. Just like the trailblazer saw just like the Houston Rockets saw. It's about playing consistent and that's the reason why they have to pace himself. They got a slow this game down. Make it so that it becomes a war of attrition where it's they want this game to be. Ninety five ninety eight you wanted to be, so you don't want to be. In a run up and down the court type game because that benefits. Golden state. Now, when you think about this, when I started looking at this, and I say, who do I think's going to win and why? I look at this game and. I am taking Toronto to win the series. And this is the reason why. First off. Golden State has been off, they're actually going to be they've given up field advantage to Toronto this year. That homefield advantage is going to be big. It is going to be crazy. The energy is going to be high. I clearly expect Tronto to win game one. With that boogie cousins is coming back as well. So Golden State where they had this rhythm. That was working really well for them. Now they're going to have to figure out how to work in Marcus cousin. This isn't. The regular season. This is one of the tough things that even Steve Kerr was saying if it was a regular season game one we just put them in there and just say the heck with it. He's playing twenty twenty five minutes. Until we work him in, but this is the NBA finals. And if you try to force boogie cousins into this into this game it's gonna throw off the rhythm necks, if Toronto goes up game one they figured out they win game two. Now you have a situation where they're going to bring. Kevin Durant back. Now, you gotta figure out how to work in Kevin Durant, and DeMarcus cousins into a team who has been flowing through the play offs because they haven't been there..

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Sorry about that. Toronto. Their game plan say Houston on the brain because of all the talk about the trades and trading their entire roster of which we'll talk about shortly. After this segment here. But in order for Toronto win Toronto has to be smart. And that means slow the pace down, you can't beat no one can beat Golden State by having a shootout. If it's. If it's of Toronto of it's one fifteen one twenty I'm gonna tell you that as a loss. The game plan is to slow the game down. Make it a tough gritty game playing solid defense. The big thing is to pace Kowa Leonard, you don't want Hawaii going off, and burn himself out James harden did in which you spend so much energy in that first and second third quarter, but then can answer Bill in the fourth quarter and that's exactly what Golden State wants him to do. So being able to slow the pace down. Make it a measure pace make the game a very tough defensive game cannot give up. They're going to have to play solid defense. They can't play them the way Toronto played Jaanus where. You let you let him get open for threes because Golden State is degraded. Three point shooting team in history. If you start pushing them back, but you're not covering that thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen foot shot, Golden State will kill you not to mention the next thing you need to do is no matter how big of lead, you have you cannot get lax with them. You have to consistently. Play solid defense throughout this whole series of entire playoffs. Golden State has been behind. Numerous occasion, ten fifteen points down, and they just come back and win, because they can close a gap, so fast just one little period of time where you're lax and Toronto can look see a big giant lead disappear. Just like the trailblazer saw just like the Houston Rockets saw. It's about playing consistent, and that's the reason why they have to pay some self..

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Claiming terriers embarrass everywhere. He's talking about the slats. And it's a great question, by the way, you know, my wife, and I just you brought this up my wife, and I read a car dealership today, and we're looking at the Chevy bolt with a B as imbo. We're looking at the Chevy volt and the salesperson at the dealership said all they're going to be slowing down production stopping production because you know, the steel tariffs are hurting real bad terriers, embarrass everywhere. I don't know if that's getting much news coverage. Of course, I I don't even know if that's true might be just a salesperson trying to buy a car. So you never know. But this talk about the terriers in the barrel, terriers, embarrass everywhere. The other thing too is going to be built by union steelworkers. Or are they gonna go low bidder who will probably hire a lot of illegals. Come over a million guys coming over the last piece in we'll still be on our side of the border. They can't go home. There's a wall in the way. Down. That's very it's funny. I mean, I I appreciate the humor. But you know, you adopted their language did you notice that you call them illegals. You did nine dot dot to taunt them or whatever. But you know, they call they call. Yeah. I could see that. But it would be funny though, have a whole bunch of people come up and build a wall. And now, they say, I can't get home. My way. Get on. Well, there's a million million questions, of course, at a never going to be answered. And in fact, I don't know if you saw there was a tweet, you know, the the key in the morons put out a tweet saying he just signed a contract for fifty fifteen hundred hundred fifty miles. He just signed this long contract for sexual the wall. And so reporters, of course, started asking him was there a competitive bidding process who was the winner of the contract. How much is the contract for when was the contract first written? What exactly the specifications, right? They start asking all these questions and the White House immediately clammed up because the guy was lying. Of course, this guy made it up tweeted out the his knuckle dragging dummies. Oh, I just signed a contract for the wall. He's assuming they're morons and he assumes, correct? Because he's the king of the morons. Well, you have a nice holiday. Thank you, very very much. And you know, look, we could all use some rest. It's been a crazy crazy year PJ BJ in Illinois. Yes. Norm. How are you, sir? I am. Well, thank you for calling. I had a a thought on the way the Democrats could possibly out Trump Trump on the wall on the border wall. Go right ahead. Love to hear once once the Nancy Pelosi or whoever is beyond the speaker and the democratic side get the gavel in January. They put forth a Bill that allows ten billion dollars or wall funding. They make it a fourteen fifteen sixteen foot high bike path from the ocean. And but it has to be made by union labor. It has to be a minority owned business. Sonal so four. You know, that it becomes a national pecan like the great wall of China. It'll be the great wall of southern the US or northern Mexico or whatever, but put it in more money than you asked for but a thousand bitty nuances conditions, terms and conditions, right except except your offer. But with the following terms and conditions, and then you unravel this piece of paper, that's four miles long. Right. Exactly. A four fourteen bike path. From the Pacific Ocean. And the Republicans will never be able to pass it because oh my God is a bypass. They. A wall in downtown Chicago in downtown LA like the bike paths with thanks. Basically a superhighway for bicycles. And you know, I mean, the the border security guards to get on their little side-by-side utility vehicles or whatever up and down it, you know, check points and so forth. The wall. Another visualize. It's a wall with a bike path on top. Yes. The the the if you've ever seen pictures of the the great wall of China. Yeah. You can walk on it. You can drive or whatever. But it's still Topo. I mean, there'd be railing and stuff at the top the top of this there'd be like a big white by the bike path. Giving. And then the Democrats we gave you. We. New labor, you need the us minority owned businesses. I love it PJ. You're a very, very smart and creative fellow and I thank you. So very very much for calling in and doing that great comedy for our show. I got to leave it there though. Because the clock is looking at me..

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"He's talking about the slats. And it's a great question, by the way, you know, my wife, and I just you brought this up my wife, and I read a car dealership today, and we're looking at the Chevy volt with a B as in Bo we're looking at the Chevy volt and the salesperson at the dealership said all they're going to be slowing down production stopped production because you know, the steel tariffs are hurting real bad terriers, embarrass everywhere. I don't know if that's getting much news coverage, of course. I don't I don't even know if that's true might be just salesperson trying to buy a car. So you never know. But this talk about the terriers in a barrel terriers, embarrass everywhere. Well, the other thing too is going to be built by union steelworkers. Or are they gonna go low bidder who will probably hire a lot of illegals to come over serious will get a million guys coming over the last piece in will still be on our side of the border. They can't go home wall in the way. Down. That's very it's funny. I mean, I I appreciate the humor. But you know, you adopted their language did you notice that you call them illegals. You did nine enough dot dot to taunt them or whatever. But you know, they call they call. Yeah. I could see that. But it would be funny though, have a whole bunch of people come up and build a wall. And now, they say, I can't get home. My can't get on. Well, there's a million million questions, of course, never going to be answered. And in fact, I don't know if you saw there was a tweet, the, you know, the the key in the morons put out a tweet saying he just signed a contract for fifty to fifteen hundred hundred fifty miles. He just signed this long contract for sexual the wall. And so reporters, of course, started asking him was there a competitive bidding process who was the winner of the contract. How much is the contract for when was the contract first written? What exactly the specifications, right? They start asking all these questions and the White House immediately clammed up because the guy was lying. Of course, this guy made it up tweeted out to his knuckle dragging dummies. Oh, I just signed a contract for the wall. He's assuming they're morons and he assumes, correct? Because he's the king of the morons. Well, you have a nice holiday. That'd be a thank you very very much. And you know, look, we could all use some rest. It's been a crazy crazy year PJ BJ in Illinois. Yes. Norm. How are you, sir? I am. Well, thank you for calling. I had a a thought on the way the Democrats could possibly out Trump Trump on the wall on the border wall. Go right ahead. Love to hear once once the Nancy Pelosi or whoever is beyond the speaker and the democratic side get the gavel in January. They put forth a Bill that allows ten billion dollars or wall funding. They make it a fourteen fifteen sixteen foot high bike path from the ocean. And but it has to be made by union labor. It has to be a minority owned business Zona so four. You know, that it becomes a national pecan like the great wall of China. It'll be the great wall of southern the US or Mexico or whatever, but put it in more money than he asked for a thousand. Bitty nuances conditions, terms and conditions, right except accept your offer. But with the following terms and conditions, and then you unravel this piece of paper, that's four miles long. Right. Exactly. A four fourteen bike path. From the Pacific Ocean. And the Republicans will never be able to pass it because oh my God is a bypass. You know, they. Is not a wall in downtown Chicago in downtown LA bypass, but thanks. Basically, a superhighway for bicycles, and, you know, the the border security guards to get on their little side-by-side utility vehicles or whatever and down it, you know, check points and so forth. The wall. Another visualize. It's a wall with a bike path on top. Yes. The the ever seen pictures of the the great wall of China. If you walk on. Yeah. You can walk on it. You can drive or whatever. But it's it's capo. I mean, there'd be railing and stuff at the top the top of this. There'd be like a big white. The giving. Democrats..

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

"From my athletes that make me think look at them and think wow. I wish I could be the person you're going to end up to be a wish. I could be even the person you are our. I wish I was the person which was who you are now. When I was seventeen or sixteen it is yeah it mazing to see people at the top of their game and and somehow you're in charge of them and you're like wow I can just hope I can do my best for them. You get them through you know they're really. I think the best athletes are the kids. Sit cut take charge of their own program. You know the kids that are sale in their our own ship. You know the more we kinda. Give them the tools to be able to do that. Confidence in the scale to be able to to interact and those are my favorite relationships relationships with the athletes for sure the interactive ones the ones where it's not you know super collaborative. It's not the dictator stay. Have you know the knowledge and experience in tools I the super involved with training plans and it's not like here. I believe strongly that those athletes in mic is a great example. Scott elements was it's a great example and so many great athletes are good examples of athletes that are doing it out of conviction out of cash and conviction and not because some coaches making you. That's not why they're showing up to training every day. It's still fun for them. And it's what they wanna be doing and you know we kind of help. Facilitate that and try it adds value to that and not try to pigeonhole anyone or make them conform to some preconceived idea of what the ideal plan is program is the excellence excellent go do your thing well thank you very much at the peak in swimming and I'm from the south shore of Montreal and I had had the privilege to be the MC for tonight's gala where rob one in the mazing a word well as last year's as well. It's second year at leadership. I have two questions for you. First of all what makes a good coach Passion uh able to challenge every individual bring the best potential of every individual which is not necessarily easy when you have everyone's different different and trying to bring the best potential to every individual is not necessarily easy task and being a good good coaches like heart like I it's. It's it's not necessarily everyone who's capable of teaching educating and being able to bring the best out of everyone so good on those coaches out there that are able to do that and I want to congratulate them for what they the did the especially this year winning twenty eight Olympic Medals in twenty nine eleven and so it makes us very proud to be Canadian but without them it would be very difficult. Michael for athletes to be on the podium can really agree all right second question. Who is your hero. Oh wow well. They have a lot more than my Mom Dad Yep being the first out there I think ah people outside of the sport like Nelson Mandela Roger Federer I don't have any I mean when I grew up swimming like Dan Thorpe and Alexander Ball from Russia the great the great like ambassadors from the sport but I really try to bring in take all the energy from from everyone out there and everyone is everyone is a positive influence or in their way so yeah. I think I think I have a few euros and I I try as much as I can to be a positive leader when I was an athlete and now that I'm transitioning conditioning and sport trying to be a a good example for the next generation you for your word this evening very very well deserved yeah so I started a podcast with coaching I ever. NCP podcasts go around all night asking everyone to questions. If you wouldn't mind the questions that I introduce yourself who you're with and then I'll ask got so I'm Greg Hawk Mohawk Bear clan from sixteen grand work right now. I'm a retired teacher but I'm after thirty two years. I've signed on with court for life but I'm also with the national average sports circle. I'm I'm also with doing some consulting work with a number of organizations like start by participants in Canada. It is thank you thank you so yeah. That's kind of this in a nutshell some of them. We're GONNA I'm working right now so my first question for he was what makes a good coach. A good coach is someone who can build relationships quickly and effectively again you hear the the we say that they have to know that you care but I truly believe that too and that's part of the relationship building new adaptability and flexibility I think is probably one of the key things coats needs to have to because I've seen a lot of militaristic coaches. It's one way I just. I just listened to someone saying that. I'm I'm the type of coach I think it was one of the coaches oxygen he said I'm I'm the type of coats that I'm going to bet. It's one of these systems but the head coach that adapts. APPS my systems to the players rather than coming in and saying that I'm only going to I've got my way and I'm GonNa make my players to my system. I think that adaptability and flexibility absolutely love it. My second question for you is who's your hero. Everyone's reactions nate is I'm inspired by a lot of people I think Frist enforcement my parents and as I mentioned in my speech speech tonight I think my grandparents I didn't get to know two of them really well because they passed away and into the spirit world before I was very old but the combination of the of my parents my dad and his mother and then my mom and her father would be people that I have inspired me the most in Tommy the most talk I actually learned though from just about anybody I look at them as heroes I can learn from somebody who's like through two or three years old as read up to one hundred years so so those would be my heroes buyers offense so I'm GonNa get you to introduce yourself who you're with and then I have to watch for you. I Am November from National Speakers Bureau Great so you're my first go Nova. What makes a good coach. A good coach is a good listener. A good coach shows up and guides really leads from behind a good coach beats people where they are instead of dragging them where they want the other person to feed the coach asks. The has the answers to the questions before they're asked that's a good coach. I really love I. I was listening to you. Speak Religiously. I really love what you said about leading from behind and made me think about so I coach rowing and coach nineteen athletes so anywhere between fourteen to nineteen and the first day usually we start in bigger boats more stable platform to learn it and then you work down to smaller boats to to give a bit more independence and the first his time and athlete carries a single down by themselves expected that basically however many people takes to carry the art row. The vote is how many people carry the boat so if you're at a double two people to carry the bow down to the water with your orders and you're good to go but if you're in a single you're supposed to carry the boat all by yourself and for Fourteen fifteen year old at times. That's a little intimidating. Take this fourteen fifteen sixteen foot long carbon-fiber boat and carry it all the way down to the wire by themselves in place it in it's quite awkward and so my rule is always on the first day. I will show you how to pick up the boat and I will walk behind you as you're as you're bringing it down to the water but I'm not going to touch it if you need it if you need me there. I'm there to catch. The wind blows it funny but what you're GonNa do it by yourself and then day to. You're on your own. As soon as I can see that you can do by yourself. You're good to go so when you said weeds from behind an athlete turns around. You're like no yeah I'm there. I'm right there. That was commute is perfect example because I'm like walk behind my athletes as they're carrying the road for the first time.

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"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen fifteen sixteen foot" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"You're looking at a way you know that serb these large tall road signs that run over the free way the water is so high that it's approaching these road signs is that accurate oh it's it's unbelievable you're either i've i i was going to put fear that they were you look out and you'll see the if you the traffic lights and other at green and yellow traffic light and it's it's it's sort of two two inches above the level of the water and those things are high enough so the big semi truck and get under them so there you know what fourteen fifteen sixteen feet off the ground and that's just on an average the average waterway i mean an average street around here i was i was driving through houston yesterday and kinda took a wrong turn in ended up going in a way i didn't want to go on a came to an underpass in down beneath the underpass probably still ten fifteen feet of water and there were probably a dozen cars just submerged independent in there even in a few days after the worst of the storm here what's your sense of the expansive this devastation uh indescribable really i mean i think the storm is with something like 700 miles across sick at one point um no there we we are soaked i'm in downtown houston we are soaked well out to the west of us here and then the rain has been falling all the way over to to new orleans hundreds of miles to the east so it's really hard to get your mind around people keep saying that flick half the size of rhode island door t n it's and it's really true it's just it's just a vast area and it is like the the entire place has been submerged but there are pockets that are very difficult to predict they pop up today there's a limp my texas they had twenty six inches of rain in the past twenty four hours they've had forty seven inches around that's almost four feet of water since last friday and and you know if that's where the emergency is today that's you know they're doing their best to get people out of their today but it's it's it's practically impossible.

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