18 Burst results for "Furner"

"furner" Discussed on The Fives

The Fives

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"furner" Discussed on The Fives

"What happens is daniel bus in enforce to several aces against pockets. Eight turning set daniel falling out of his chair. And then sam gets heads up with carrying with the chip lead and the i mean heads up win awhile but early carry was kind of passive metal that involved then all of sudden we found like six years something and it was just like a clinic on how to play heads up. When you actually don't have the cars it was. It was amazing. That was the dramatic moment that we're looking for that. I mentioned a couple of minutes ago when you come into the final table with a couple of different scenarios with a really small chance for lido in the cup with a pretty good chance. Furner grenade to win it to your point and then agronomy bus to sovereign. We're thinking oh my god sam sovereign is gonna come in last minute is going to win the main event and he is going to win the poker go cup and cats gave us one of the you know not so fast my friend. He dominated sovereign just absolutely dominated. There is there is no other way to put it. It's not like you go into this heads up. And they're kind of short secretary kinda were and you say we'll catch rant so so. So hot incurred sabra time after time after time on this was cats running him over as only purpose lots. Yeah it was. It was amazing. And i think he put salvo on full tilt lance you and i kind of discussed this over the last day or so but several was very well aware that the plan was when heads up ended that i would come up on the set and talk to them both. Which is what we always do. After a poker go event you talked to second place. Then you talk to the winner sovereign l- ran for the hills. It was mike off. He gone just on absolute full till eighteen. Cashes in one hundred thousand dollar buying events for carry cats now..

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Small Greenhouses: The How, What, and Why

Plantrama

06:44 min | 1 year ago

Small Greenhouses: The How, What, and Why

"Wanna pick up an idea that somebody sent us in an e mail. Few months ago where they asked us to comment about some small ikya greenhouses now for people who don't know key is a big furniture store right. Coup doesn't kia. Well some people may not know but evelyn e. you know about these greenhouses. What what exactly are people asking about. What are they talking about here. It especially if you live in a small home or a small apartment and you don't have a lot of window space or your apartment very dry. These miniature greenhouses can be very appealing because it gives you some dedicated growing space. And it's a way to increase the humidity. Which for some house. Plants is really important. It cracks me up when i see these on pinterest planted with charming little succulents. Because that's the last plant that really needs the increased humidity of greenhouses fact. You're you're probably going to be doing them a disservice unless you leave that. Many greenhouse open all the time. But but i can't actually makes one called soccer and i'm sure that if i spoke swedish would pronounce that better which is very cute and actually functions and the reason that it functions is because the roof is hinged so you can open it up and have full complete to the inside of the little greenhouse and it's small it's like about eighteen inches wide and fourteen inches tall but you could still fit some really pretty smaller plants that need high humidity in a little greenhouse like that. But there it's a maiden hair furner erects or an apiece or something that needs increased shop but don't waste it on a bunch of succulents. That's not really what you need to do for them. And it's probably not large enough to grow any amount of food in either right now. It really isn't. And i get so frustrated when i see these things. Online that are not realistic. That set people up to fail. Because you have a bad experience with something like that and it's gonna turn you off from growing plants completely. If you wanted to start a few seeds in one of these little greenhouses you could certainly do that. But it's not enough. You're not going to be able to grow more than maybe like a basil plant or a rosemary. Plant something in there. It's just they're just not big enough on but the thing to watch out for especially is read the descriptions if you're looking online a lot of these things that are just charming are not functional. There are some beautiful like brass and glass greenhouses up there little mini ones. That would fit on a tabletop and they sit on a tray and the trae is a half an inch deep and to access the planting. You have to lift off the whole glass top. So you've only got a half an inch of soil in there to plant with. That's not gonna work for you the ikya one. Actually you can plant in. And even though it's made out of you know glass it's plastic. It does function. so you could. You could use this. For for instance a almost a terrarium. You could create a little jungle environment in there. Yeah you could and if you if in the ones that let let you actually plant directly in them if you are going to buy one of those beautiful ones that doesn't actually have a solid bottom to it. That's the kind of thing that you're going to have to use like a close. You might just put a couple of pots in there and then put the glass top down on top of the whole thing. But you can't actually plant in soil in that kind of a little mini greenhouse. It's it's almost a display item rather than a functional growing strider. And you need to. It will increase the humidity for those plants. But they need to be individually potted. And i think it's important for people to manage their expectations now I was looking around when when we decided to talk about this. I was looking around. Because i noticed that some people mentioned that you can use these inside or outside and and i'm sure you can put it outside. But why would you want to limit yourself to such tiny thing. If you're doing it outside you know if you want some outside protection so that you can grow more plants on the shoulder seasons early in the spring and and even into the winter there are larger structures. That are much better for this. And i was looking at the gardner supply company which is a company that i'm very fond of up in vermont. An employee owned company. They're wonderful and they have a several structures that fit over standard size raised beds that create this kind of greenhouse effect over a raised bed. The sides come up so that you can get in there and tend your plants you know. And you've got that protection that carries you into the winter or early in the spring and very reasonably priced. Yes and those are a much better. Bet if you're talking about outdoor growing for many reasons because they're they're lightweight they're plastic. You can fold them up in store them easily when the growing season is completely over and they give you much more space than a tiny little kia. Terrarium is going to give you. But if you are interested in doing this indoors and you want a little more space than the ikea soccer will give you my swedish accent soccer so you could just take and this is what i used to do. I would just. I would buy big old aquariums flea markets and garage sales and this was something it may not be quite as cute and charming as something that was intended to be greenhouses concerned. But it solid. It's all glass. So you've got a really strong thing there that you can plant directly in and it's going to give you more growing space so if you're somebody who's just been dying to grow a maiden hair fern or something that requires higher humidity than you can give it in your apartment. Start looking for those old fish tanks because those will really serve your purpose probably better than anything you can buy new

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"furner" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"furner" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

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"furner" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"furner" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"She doesn't take it so like look up at her face and she's giving me this weird look and i'm like what is happening. And then i'll look down at my hand and i'm holding the painting lighter not the whole. Can you just imagine the sixteen year old girl was like. Oh my god. I at that age i maybe would have died right there on the spot you party and i was like like the peter stand behind me and he kind of was like little awkward. Fortunately adjusters so he did actually die either. I was gonna say pride didn't even know what that thing was. No sisters. okay. Yes kim but you know what i think. I was in such days as well. I was mortified. But i also didn't have the energy to do anything about it. I was just like oh well like grabbed the check made for my pizza or whatever. Do not my way right. All i was so embarrassed. I still like last to give out for high school stephanie. So sad that's my embarrassing Then we went back to class. And i'm pretty sure i acted like nothing ever happened. And at that age those boys they are probably too embarrassed to even mention what that is to another guy so he probably telling me one story practice ended right there with peter kim but but what i want know peter out there peter i know i wanna know if maybe he giggled about. Maybe he's still giggles about it or maybe he praised for you. What a nice guy. Yeah no but pretty sure. I didn't tell any of his buddies. Because if you would have heard about it i think yeah probably and we almost went to college together to which would have been crazy. Then you could have just had a couple of beers together and laughed about it and it would have been. I'm sure yeah josh. So yeah so sorry. That happened to you is at the most embarrassing ever heard. Probably not no. It's it's just right in line. Your fitness perfect. I have one thing to say about putting your panty liner and your wallet is brilliant. I've never never had with my girls at school because they're not allowed to carry their backpacks. I have high schools well this year. They probably will because they're not going to be given locker. They're going to have to carry their backpacks and be kind of a good thing but the girls. It's like where do put your tampon. ray. I actually had another girl. I think it was brandy furner. Her episode is really good. I'm going to link in the show notes but she had a tampon upper sleeve and she tripped and fell in the lunchroom went flying out. Oh my god very similar very similar to your story. Things that happen as an adult. But i'm not embarrassed by it right. I'm like oh whatever you know. it's just like a normal thing but like in high school. It's like oh my god exactly when you're in that fragile period of life where you're just doing heiress to exist or at least i was. Oh my gosh. like. I'm trying to live out seventeen magazine. It is not. It's not going well.

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"furner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And Joe's lick saw gets another turn over the last twenty four hours, of course, initially we thought it'd be bowel Celona United spring, golden NPS G. But now it's eventers. Yes. You're the hygiene is obviously very good inventors, and he's playing staying his cards and he's playing the game. Well, he, he has an offer from PHD they've gone agreement with. They've also have an agreement with with the two is very happy by the contract that he would get in Paris, and by the project, minaret, Yola would be happy because you play a lot of games in Paris. However, the very much open to other offers and you've enters, he's a very prestigious club is club where they will have some points, the need of new center box because killing and Baluchi getting older year after year and the cheese, the future and probably the best center bikes for years to come. So he's very appealing proposition both for delay. And also for your Venter's, and there would also have enough on the table, and then mineralogy and matches Elliott who's on holidays in Miami, who said, I'm taking my times. I'm looking all the pros and cons from everyone. Of course, you went to would be a very appealing appending off. So in Paris, this believed they leading the race and invited position Leonardo. The new sports director is very close to Mineraloel. Does they believed us does a very good asset to have for them, yet it seemed that you've enters is little by little catching up, and maybe some point will over overtaking them in Basra nowadays with funky the young a few weeks ago. It's a great situation residual if you'll too late. And indeed, if you're roller in the sense that you can pop this price up as much as you want, and just let this bidding war. Play out is only is the moment is this, plus with recounts, this event, a sling because it's PS she is preferred destination because of the money they could offer even on top of this, and they show contract. Yes. So they were very happy with, with the, the offer from power as the fact that he would, he would play the if you want is a platform, Furner, the bigger club, very soon in two three maybe, maybe four years. So it's not a straight from to the top top, top you go in between, and you can keep your progression and you keep learning and you play in the champions thing. And hopefully you go find you you win more trophies domestically. And none of that. So that was the idea that the project obviously, as you said the wages, they were offering where must've and, and, and that was very appealing. Someone told me this morning, that matches delayed could have signed any way wanted this some pretty much decided to go to Muncie. Tio two United to vendors to remedy to it, would it would have been able to go there because everybody wanted him. He's good. And he's the time where he, he will leave leave. I asked to go somewhere, I so there was a law pretenders, a nice seemed that we down to two events and PHD with for a long time leading the race. But you vent..

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"furner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"furner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"furner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The Irish fans love it it the Baylor fans distraught. Very different body language on display Landreau looks quarter for Jackson under six minutes worth quarter. Jackson, the young ball screen lying in from Brown. The Fender Jackie on goes over top of shoveled the right corner for Richard's head pick. The wall gets whistle. With eight on the timer will get a retail Goumba Wally here with her. I that's just the first team found for Notre Dame. Those recip- a time for Baylor up three five thirty seven to a meeting. Notre Dame, hasn't known only least three to entry white analyze Jackson spitted shoot off target. Rebound. Brianna Turner Notre Dame ball a chance to talk. Up the floor drives on Richard white till the record by kalani Brown and slammed with a floor loose ball out of bounds. Awful baylor. They're always Notre Dame ball contact. Are they going to endure gardening to the bucket? There's been a lot all night. Let's get intensely physical. And it's been building in that regard. They breed. You're in line calls the break lobbed to turn away up top one dribble. Handoff Yaqiong lov opposite corner. Maybe thrived, right? Three. Quota? Now. Lob Brown turnaround, miss shepherd outlet. Neighboring? Did it make contact with Tyler baseline officials say Notre Dame ball and help from the sideline official says Baylor bowl. And I think that's the right call the playground in off the Baylor. Hip, but then they contact with Furner herself a break in the action four fifty five to go forth quarter Baylor and Notre Dame even at seventy four. You're listening to the women's basketball national championship on the Westwood One radio network. Cleanse capture CO two. What if we could help industrial plants capture to think how we could help lower emissions? More and more. Scientists think carbon capture is key to reducing CO two emissions globally. It's.

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"furner" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

"But I never can find most of the Pathfinder keys or she can't Furner phone because they fall into the bottom as. And route under all the stuff that's in their civilizing fine the bottom. So a lot of stuff. But I mean, one of these days I'm going to pull a lamp out like Mary Poppins, and then everyone's going to just be impressed. Yeah, we will be because it's it's like a magical magical purse thing. It's because it's usually that's why I mean, it's not quite Mary Poppins. It's haunted mansion, but still Disney has z magic in this. Does is just because. Okay. I guess we have to post pitcher the purse, oh, we'll have to take one. Because I don't think I have. We don't have one. Will you might have one of me when I first got it. But that's a that's a big look for that long time ago. Yeah. Yeah. We'll take. We'll try to take a picture of an put it up there because it's phenomenal. I actually saw somewhat the same pattern at a bizarre noble same purse. She had like a my purse away bigger, but she had like the Hobo purse. Okay. And it was cute. And we had a moment. We're both really excited that we both have the same haunted mansion style pers-. Yep. Because as the first generation Honda mansion for it is it is they're all there on the third now while that is my favorite ride at Disneyland is haunted mansion. So it was a very special Christmas gift is about a celebrate its third birthday this mine's going to celebrate its second second in both so second and third for Christmas. Yes. Yes, mindset, also dizzy, but it's a smaller version, and it's not how mashing mansion it's he says keys because I live us. She does love keys keys, and I remember I saw that. And I was like, oh, that's that's so me. I I want that so bad. It was very not difficult to buy. But it was sad. Because I couldn't do my first option at three options of this purse to buy it. On a person because a sold out because at wanted to get the first one because then I got a free makeup Tope thingy to go with it because it would have been nice to give both those because it was free..

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"furner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"furner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It is the patron Saint of Finland chased all the grasshoppers out of the vineyard. Now what they're trying to do. Hamdam about what I'm trying to the song. Now, I'm trying to find a Saint or hose day parade. There's not a safe Patty's day parade right back to Finland Furner. I have found one you mentioned Finland in Finland Minnesota. Okay. Saute now is kind of a rough time to visit soda. Yeah. Yeah. It's also very quick turnaround to me and have to leave tomorrow afternoon. Jump jet and go to Finland you can do it part of your party party like crazy, then comeback. I'd go first class Marshall. If I were you, okay. I'll drop a couple couple. Hey, you are in the news. So have you heard of any big Beto? Interviews or anything like that. That are coming out soon. I he's going to be on sixty minutes or meet the press or some big giant interview. There's a Vanity Fair cover piece outright. Now, only coincidentally a democrat could swing getting a big giant splashy Vanity Fair with the world's greatest photographer making you look cool. Right. That come out, right? With your announcement, very Obama again. Yeah. It helps. Making the rounds? Like crazy over the next week. Indeed. I'm Jack Armstrong. He's Joe Getty on this. It is how did he get to be Thursday March fourteenth year two thousand nineteen Armstrong and getting we approve of this program. All right. Let's begin officially now. According to FCC rules regulations. Here we go Mark. I don't ever do a never pushed my kids to I would say do the best. You can never. I was never that kitten there fought my husband to their dad. Never we never like at school. You gotta get straight as you. Never those parents. Give it your all do the best. You can his in life. If you give it your all. And you do the best. You can there's that. That's all you can do. And that's enough. That's not.

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"furner" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on First Things First

"Again, you really got a good feel form. Transition happens. All around the league. All those new head coaches will will push these guys into the market, and they'll be undervalued. And then New England the the other advantage. They have is the scouting staff has has so many reps under their belt. Everybody knows what they're looking for. Everybody knows what a slot receiver in New England. Looks like everybody knows what they're looking for on defense. Everybody knows the mental makeup of the type of players that they want. So they can go out into the marketplace with certainty where most teams are guessing what is what is my head coach one. What would we really need? There's not that clarity of of the parts that need to be put into. A play to make the machine ski running. So it it just sounds like they've got it all figured out that it's a very clear path all the way, what are the questions that? They really do need to address over the course of the next couple of months, especially just to get this team back to where it was. I don't think it sounds like they've proven that. They've had pretty figured out over time too many obstacles, I guess is what I'm saying. Because because the the obstacles that they have overcome each time. They do it that there's more and more experienced built up, and that's where I keep going back to the continuity. I don't think it's going to be a pure function of we have to go get this position. I think it's more function of like Chris mentioned, what are the opportunities that suddenly opened up and free agency that weren't there. And how are we best gonna spend our draft capital in relationship to our salary cap capital because those two things work in conjunction with each other. And Bill does a really good job. Of looking at it globally and having those two things fuse together. I think he's trying to get some playmakers. Either through free agency are the draft that being on offense aside, you talked about he's not going to spend the draft capital on wide receiver. But they've done everything they could try to get why receivers in the door even making the trade for Josh Gordon, who's no longer with available to play suspended currently so look for on the defensive side, Vesey Furner safeties. They got some veteran safeties that are getting a little bit older. Look for them use some of those draft picks to bring in guys to build a groom behind it. He needs playmakers Brady needs playmakers, and you're not gonna be able to especially with Bronx gronk not getting any faster. So I look for someone to build a back him up or someone to take over that spot. But they need a wide receiver bang, and we saw that they prioritized the idea of playmakers by trading for Philip door set. They didn't get a big they production out Hammy of the touchdown in the AFC championship game. And they have they traded. They went out and. Got quarter L Patterson tried to find ways in the ball in his hands guys. Like that that maybe would be less of a less effort to actually get them. Put them in position to make a play. They have shown by their own decisions. They do prioritize that they just over the last year and a half or so haven't been able to find a guy that really hit for them in that capacity. And they do prioritize it, but they're not going to chase it. They don't they're not going to reach any grant. There's been only a few times where we've looked at news and even shocked at how much they spent go get a free agent. And who's a daily Thomas is the one where where you go and get that. And it hasn't really worked out. So it's more function of where is that? If I'm Gilmore surprised us with how much they spent an intake off beautifully. Yes. Mannix. The Lakers blown out forty two points to a Pacers team with no Victor depot last night..

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"furner" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on Q95

"Northern states and their battles. Josh. On Amazon famous blue versus the blue God was confusing. Six. Miami Joe Montana. Missy if I could find here on birth three at Notre Dame. Here's the article Super Bowl winning quarterback and hall of Famer Joe Montana's looking to make some high profits in the legal marijuana industry. He is investing seventy five million dollars in a San Jose based company, and I apologize. I don't know how you pronounce it's either Khalifa or Kaleida I will called the whole thing off. Sorry. It's. It says Joe Montana's the latest on one of the most prominent professional athletes to openly endorse marijuana use Heisman Trophy winner. Matured NFL back Ricky Williams NBA hall of Famer Bill Walton had been particularly outspoken in their embrace of marijuana, by the way. Let's just say you are having trouble going into a coma. Bill Walton a question about. He will talk until you stop breathing. Okay. He is a talker. Anyway, kind of interesting the Montana's investing this. But the reason I bring it up is Joe Joe Walton was et cetera. Bill. He's a great guy. But if you ask them, of course, he's been during talks a lot tends to give a twenty minute answer to the simplest of questions. Are you wanna smack? Are you comfortable Bill? Gotcha. It has nothing to do with pot or anything. Oh shit. You have a suggestion for Joe Montana of earlier in the show. I thought it was pretty interesting apply. Product product idea instead of endorsement, I wanna men's beauty product called Montana, Montana. And you'd have you'd have a picture of hail hail guy. A bar striking out with the broads. Joe Montana, a nice tan, Montana, walks in women everywhere. He goes, hey, man. What's the trouble? You can't beat me. And then he uses man. The next thing. You know, I get broads dripping off me. What is it a spray or like a foundation type thing antenna? It's it's a spray tans. And I'm going to say, it's an emolument. You. Ended actually burns the skin. So it's slightly more effective sear hands behind your skin. It's actually. Epidermis? Oh pain. No tan. Don't you think the most sexist commercial on TV, though is the one where the guys dye their beards? And the women are immediately. I know, but the commercial who is it's somebody lied Frazier. And keith. Anandas? Yeah. It's it's a real simple. It takes about thirty seconds. And the ladies walk in and ignore them. They die their beards. And all of a sudden pretty silly. It's it's pretty embarrassing. You don't think it's utterly sexist. That's utterly sexist. But it's probably a little bit of truth in it. I don't know a lot of ladies ten like my gray and my beard. A lot of ladies. You mean, I've had three messages. I like to think that for every message. I get the Representative of one hundred thousand. Right. Exactly. I could die this all jet black Decky funny. What used to be that way? You guys forget. Nice. Day. It's what the hell, no. You look better than you ever. Have the handsome cuts who is the guy that was married to configure Manelli that had the jet black fake beard dials zippy, the pinhead guy, David Furner. That's John David somebody David we we we have a lot to get. Okay. Good. David. Are there? People named Aetna. The wife Lois off top. Coming up passwords, the most the most will use passwords, I'm using deadman from now on does your a seri- ever get the names wrong. I'll say, hey Siri. Call Pat Godwin calling Pat Godman wait a minute now..

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"furner" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"He said he's not signing with the pelicans, quote, unquote, requested a trade. And now the pelicans they've released a statement. Let's take a look at what the pelicans had to say about all this. I love the wording in this relative to specific talks of trade. We will do this on our time line one that makes sense for our team, and it will not be dictated by those outside of our organization. We have also requested the league to strictly enforce the tampering rules associated with this transaction, Jalen rose. We all know what that says on the surface. But what are the pelicans really saying? With that statement, this is about to be ugly, nasty messy divorce. Oh, what makes you feel that way? Because the pelicans already feel like LeBron James has been tampering with Anthony Davis. They already understand that if the flavors called them and they look down at their phone area, code three one. Oh, three two three two one three on their fall, y'all better be talking about giving us five players or I'm sending yada voicemail, well, finishing about this was the time line stuff because the Lakers package their offer isn't necessarily going to change in the next week. And in the next eight months, so if you're the pelicans, aren't so this is what you have to offer me fine. Thank you very much. I'll take Anthony Davis and well play the Davis until the off season. And then I'll decide whether I want to take this offer from and you know, what else it does for New Orleans. It ruins it Rex this season. Oh, yeah. I mean, this isn't didn't look great to begin with especially with Anthony Davis being with this finger injury. So here's another question for you. Mr. rose, let's said they don't trade him by the trade deadline, which is very much a possibility based on everything. That will just reporting based on everything that we've read in this statement does Anthony Davis injuries linger a little longer does he play a little less. Does he try to stay fresh? How's it work? This is where things get awkward because now we were at first we were unified front we were pulling in the same direction, and we had the same goal when you say you don't wanna be here anymore. Now. There's a fork in a row, you're looking out for you. I'm looking out for me. So for the organization air for the fans, they're going to be monitoring what you just said really close. And if they think if they feel the he's not playing and he's healthy. That's really going to be an issue for his for his reputation will that's we saw this with Leonard last year. And Anthony Davis is of injury prone. Right. Like, he's you know, he's he's bit hurt. And he's got this finger issue. Now, could you say all went to go see the finger specialist? I got a second opinion. And they say that maybe I shouldn't play. And he makes sure that he doesn't get injured for the rest of the seats. Well, you'll have an entire state and legion of pelican fans also giving you the finger. No way, shape or form. Now, are you representing our best interest? When you tell us you wanna leave. 'cause you know, what this is a point that people never made. When when your best player says that like LeBron did in Cleveland, Katie did and o'casey, and he eventually tweeted sub tweeted Furner account tweeted what I'm about to say, you basically saying this coaching staff and these guys that I play with..

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"furner" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Pelosi is now canceling her backup plans to take a commercial flight to Afghantistan. Yeah, she reread. The the flight listings Aaron realized there are eleven connections. She was actually going to fly commercial atwitter opposite say seven day trip is that even possible to speak about how did they do security on that statement from Pelosi's office is blaming President Trump for leaking details of the visit trip to visit US troops. Yeah. It's a secret trip those trips, you know, you know, how they were. We find out on the news that Trump or whoever visited the troops today. Security reasons, of course, but if she flew commercial with the whole plane have to be secret service Furner staff, I have no idea how this was supposed to work out. But now she says I'm not going to do it because she to be in group. Be standing there with her bag ticket. Get my carry on. Trump cancelled a partial government or cited the partial government shutdown and cancelled Pelosi's use of a military jet to travel to Afghantistan and he cancelled that trip as Pelosi and the other congressional members that were going were on the bus to leave the capital for the airport. You know, if you're into childish in resentful pranks, this is a great one on the other hand as we said, I think Leonard go might have been a good idea. Although she's going to visit the troops, which always looks honorable and patriotic and the rest of it. But he was if he was to say look was in Hawaii for week now, she's now she's traveling to Brussels for a week stopping in Afghanistan to make it look good, and he's poor poor federal employees are still I'm standing here ready to make a deal would somebody please make I think that played pretty well. I don't know how many people anybody cares. I don't know how many people she traveled with. I'm thinking, it's gotta be twenty thirty. What are your staff and security shift was going to all? So all these people were were going on a week long vacation. Cancelled while they were getting on the bus. Wow. To see the reaction all of them on the bus. What were they saying the Cussing Trump, and I have a feeling that? Anchor their phones were gone off. And Adam.

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"furner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Welcome. Where do you guys live? We live in Omaha Nebraska. Oh, fun. Welcome to Nashville bit of a hall over here. Yeah. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. So we just made it over here. And we're heading back today snowstorm runaway down. So do what? Now. A little bit of a snowstorm on the way down. Yeah. So so you're driving flow the might be one on the way home to. Yeah. Probably. We'll welcome all the way here through the snow. Uphill both ways that's right to to do your debt free scream how much data you paid off a little over a hundred and thirteen thousand dollars, right? And how long did this take three and a half years? Wow. Good for you and your range of income during that time started right around ninety four thousand and upward just over one hundred and fifty good. What do y'all do for a living? Lexi's a teacher, and I'm a sales manager Furner price. So why did your income? Go up fifty grand in three years. Yeah. I mean, we we got gazelle like found a just decide we're going to really dig in and and help raise our income level. And so do we we've moved three times in the last five and a half years and with each one of those promotion an opportunity to grow income. Okay. Wow. Good. Okay. So you're moving up the ladder at all at all enterprise. Oh, yeah. Very good. Good for you, guys. Well, done what kind of debt was one hundred and thirteen thousand a lot of student loans. I have my master's in education. So that was a lot of state lines. And then we have at the end, okay. How long have you guys been married? Five years. And a half after you got married something happened and you guys got game on what happened. I'll take the reins on this one because he had the book when we were in when we are dating. And when we were engaged, and he showed it to me and said because I brought like eight hundred dollars into our marriage. So he said, you know, you should read this we need to get onto this. And when we got married it wasn't. I don't know. I just didn't feel like it was the right time. I know that sounds stupid, but I was finishing up my master's, and we were just trying to make bare minimum. And then, you know, things start to fall in place. I got my job and he was doing well in his job. And we started basically we had our first kid and things were getting a little crazy. So I start reading the book I got onboard right away started a budget, and we just went hard after that. And honestly never looked back. Like, we never really had any issues. We just went in here things a little crazy with your schedule or with the money with the money. We've also I mean one thing we wanna to add is we've cashflow three kids during that time, which is not cheap. So every time we had a kid who has like all my gosh, we have another kid in daycare or we have more debt, and we wouldn't be able to do this. If we hadn't paid off our debt, and actually when we paid it off that was the first month that we started paying for three and daycare. Paid everything off. And now we can afford a cheaper kids with us. Keep them alive. Absolutely. Very cool. Well, well, done y'all. Thank you well done. What's the secret to getting out of debt? I think the biggest thing is just communication. You know, I truly believe that this journey has helped our marriage and keep us, you know, just really grown in jury through this and so communication and where we're at and I think just the delayed. No, I wish we were able to grow our income quite a bit. And the hard thing was we we still felt like we're brokers. We were broke. To have delayed. No and say no to a lot of things. So now that we can start to say yes to things and mine was, you know, having the three kids and spending. Most of my time with them. I had to find a lot of cheap things to do Omaha area. It was actually kinda fun because we found a lot of really cool things to do for either free or really cheap. And so now like even now that we're debt free. I think I'll still continue doing those things because they'll kids love it. We love it. It doesn't cost a lot of money. So that's where we're rolling amazing when you need to look at something differently. You can look at something never whatever. Whether it's kids entertainment or whatever the subject is so three and a half years. You've just been married year and a half you had three babies. What was the biggest budget fight one night when it all blew up? Or you fighting over. You tell me. We actually I think he knows he's gonna say no a lot of times. It was never really a big fight. We don't. I mean. I know that sounds stupid. But we don't fight a lot about it. We were on the same page pretty much the entire time. But I would say some little things that we had were he likes to go to Lowe's. Lows gets ya. And I'll ask him at the beginning of the month. Like, what's our budget? Look like for this do you plan on spending any extra money outside of our normal budget, and he'd be like now, and then he'd get a day off. And he was the one that brought you the book. And then low budget. Posing your budgeting your budget rate. So he'd come back, and he'd be like, well, I spent a couple of hundred dollars, and I'm like what? Figure it out. But you know, we had an I almost had to start budget in a random Chad like budget because the random time that he spent like remember random Chad can mess stuff up. Yeah. I do mine. But you know, Chad, you're gonna you're gonna tell stories, I don't know mine's different story. I think the biggest thing was talking about. We can't eat out as much as Lexi like to. And was the was the restaurants and having to having to say no to going out to eat, and what's just a quick dinner date. Well, those add up a lot. And so, but the great news is that Lexi has become an excellent cook. Here the last year or so and Donald. Oh. And that's a huge step for us in in something that we really enjoyed doing. Now is cooking and prepping for the week versus just going out and and blowing money eating out all the time. So it's expensive. It really is really is expensive. And even now we question how we did it then, and we weren't obviously we were broke. But you know, we we think about the money we spent there, and we're like, wow, I can't believe we blew that much money a week by eating out. That's crazy. So we'll wait ago. You guys were your biggest cheerleaders outside your house. Our families, you know, in all of them were super supportive. A couple of other ones are doing the plan to. And there were times where it wasn't even so much like from friends. It wasn't that. They were saying we were crazy. It was just that. Like, oh, well, good luck with that. Wanna do? But good luck for you guys. But then after we did we brought it up to a lot more people in there like that's so cool. And like we actually had a lot more after we did it. You know, I think we didn't buy a lot of people to at least jump on board and get the get the ball rolling. So having a testimony is a wonderful thing. Getting one's a pain in the butt. Yes. Very cool. Well done did. And the book was all you just took the total money makeover book and that was the game plan. I'm an English teacher. So I like to read and as soon as I read it like I knew the steps I knew what I wanted to do. I was in charge of our budget since I'm the one that does all the groceries and everything. And so I just said, okay. This is what Randy we're gonna start limiting these things. I mean, I got a little crazy probably at certain times. I was like you're not allowed to do anything. You can't do this. You can't do. Out alone. He's really good at listening. So for the most part. We did really. Well. Wanted to work the plan. And so you guys were you develop a plan, and he looked at it approved it and then stick to it. Yes. Yep. That's the you gotta work the plan. You got a plan to work work the plan work the plan. Yeah. Well, Donyo very proud of you. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's every day millionaires book for you. Because that's the next chapter. You're going to be everyday millionaires. Fifty thousand a year. You don't have any debt base should be on your way well done. All right, Chad and Lexi, Omaha Nebraska. Hundred and thirteen thousand dollars paid off in three and a half years making ninety four to one fifty count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Great job. This.

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"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Coach with this was victory for him. And for ourselves teammates. So long. Displeasant situation right now. This question is for Dwayne first of all congratulations on the way when you were walking back to the tunnel. There were a lot of fans saying one more year one more year. What does that mean? So you just to hear those type of comments in and what does that signify for your career? Well about connection loves me. And of love. Eight nine ten years old. And so to receive that ovation from them to know how much they value me as a player and another how much work I put in this to be in the spot go to school here. I'm really this blessed him the guys that are right for me. And I really can national more. Whether or not Dwayne Haskins is their next season urban Meyer won't be and when the dust settles in history looked back on urban Meyer. What will be said ESPN analyst, David Pollock is one of the best coaches of all time urban Meyer is a guy that's had complete tunnel vision. He's a guy that's been one of the best motivators. Best psychologists I've ever been around. Just an innovator of football. You talk about some of the stuff he was doing with Tim tebow. When he came into the SEC wasn't vogue, and you can't run your quarterback. And you can't do that cute stuff that you can do in other conferences, come in. And have a lot of success. So what are the winningest coaches of all time? One of the best coaches of all time. What are the best motivators of all time? One of the best big game coaches of all time. And I think everybody's also gotta remember the end at Florida and the end at Ohio State, and that's part of your legacy. But there's no denying on the field. What he's been able to accomplish. And it's been really special David on the field. What does it tell you that he continuously said this week as we see his exit now? And if I didn't have somebody like Ryan day, you bet your bottom dollar. I'd be back in Columbus. Well, I can I compare this situation. Very favorably. Bob stoops a couple years ago with Lincoln Riley. I think he knows what he has in Ryan day. Ryan had an opportunity a year ago to go take another college opportunity to go be an offer to coordinator with the Tennessee titans. He had those opportunities. He knows what listen urban Meyer is not lying when he talks about Ohio State, and what this program means to him. And what is meant to him over the years? I think he wanted to leave this program in great shape by picking Ryan day as the successor and understanding what he's gonna do. He leaves the programming great hands. And he knows this program's going to be very successful that he talks about a lot that he loves a lot that he grew up idolizing and wanting to be on this stage coaching that team. So I think that he left it as good as he wanted it left it he wanted to leave a better than he found it. And I think he's doing that. No question. David Furner kid from ashville Ohio for your last game to be a Rose Bowl win. That's gonna mean something in from the mid west here in Georgia. Boy. So let's bet a coke on this. He says he's not coming back Damon. But in your opinion, even watching this sport for a long time. Do you truly believe he has coached his final game at any level of the sport? I think he believes he's coached his last game. I think he understands that this health is a priority. Urban Meyer has always been a tunnel vision guy except for here's the difference. You know, you spend time with Nick Sabin, Dabo Sweeney. Those are tunnel vision guys too. But with urban Meyer to meet always felt like he's down in the cave, and he's digging, but he never had a flashlight Dabo Sweeney and Nick Sabin and some of those guys they have flashlights. And they had perspective urban was just one track minded, you know, his health suffered his family suffered and that's been debated. So I think he's stepping away because of those health issues those are a big deal to him. That's the reason he's walking away otherwise he'd still be coaching. But that doesn't mean it a couple years things won't change urban Meyer is fifty four years old. He says, quote, I do believe on his wife. Shelly. Also says she'd be ecstatic if you didn't coach again. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. LSU a forty two thirty two win over UCF at the esta the night's loss snapping at twenty five game win streak dating back to December of two thousand sixteen for LSU fourth win over a top ten team this season. Steve Levy, Brian greasy had the call on ESPN..

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"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With this was victory for him. And for ourselves teammates. Salaam, displeasant situation right now. This question is for Dwayne first of all congratulations on the win. When you were walking back to the tunnel. There were a lot of fans saying one more year one more year. What does that mean? So you just to hear those type of comments, and what does that signify for your career? Well, nationalism. And I love that was eight nine ten years old. And so on. To receive that ovation from them to know how much they value me as a player, and to know that how much work I put in be in the spot. Go to school here. I'm really blessed for the guys that are right for treating me, and I really can national more. Whether or not Dwayne Haskins is their next season urban Meyer won't be and when the dust settles in history looks back on urban Meyer. What will be said he SPN analyst David Pollock is one of the best coaches of all time are reminders that was a guy that's had complete tunnel vision. He's a guy that's been one of the best motivators were the best psychologist. I've ever been around. Just an innovator of football. You talk about some of the stuff he was doing with Tim tebow. When he came into the SEC that wasn't vogue, and you can't run your quarterback. And you can't do that cute stuff that you can do in other conferences, come in. And have a lot of success. So one of the winningest coaches of all time, one of the best coaches of all time one of the best motivators of all time. What are the best big game coaches of all time? And I think everybody's also gotta remember the end at Florida and the ended Ohio State, and that's part of your legacy. But there's no denying on the field what he's been able to accomplish. And it's been really special David Ogden field. What does it tell you that he continuously said this week as we see his exit now? And if I didn't have somebody like Ryan day, you bet your bottom dollar. I'd be back in Columbus. Well, I I compare this situation very favorably to Bob stoops a couple of years ago with Lincoln Riley. I think he knows what he has in Ryan day. Ryan had an opportunity a year ago to go take another college opportunity to go be an to coordinator with the Tennessee titans. He had those opportunities. He knows what listen urban Meyer is not lying when he talks about Ohio State, and what this program means to him. And what is meant to him over the years? I think he wanted to lead this program in great shape by picking Ryan day as the successor and understanding what he's gonna do. He leaves the program in great hands. And he knows this program is going to be very successful that he talks about a lot that he loves a lot that grew up idolizing and wanting to be on this stage coaching that team. So I think that he'd left it as good as he wanted. He wanted to leave it better than he found it. And I think he's doing that. No question. David Furner kid from ashville Ohio for your last game to be a Rose Bowl win. That's gonna meet something being from the midwest here in Georgia. Boy. So let's bet a coke on this. He says he's not coming back Damon. But in your opinion, given watching this for a long time. Do you truly believe? He has coached his final game at any level of the sport. I think he believes he's coached his last game. I think he understands that his health is a priority. Urban Meyer has always been a tunnel.

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"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"furner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Coach with this was victory for him for ourselves teammates. So on displeasant situation right now. This question is Dwayne first of all congratulations on the way when you were walking back to the tunnel. There were a lot of fans saying one more year one more year. What does that mean? So you just to hear those type of comments, and and what does that signify for your career? Well, loves me and a helluva guy nations. Eight nine ten years old. And so on. To receive that ovation from them to know how much they value me as a player, and to know that how much work I'm putting this to be in a spot to go to school here. I'm really thankful for the guys that are right for creating me, and I really can ask more whether or not Dwayne Haskins is their next season urban Meyer won't be and when the dust settles in history looks back on urban Meyer. What will be said, he SPN analyst David Pollock is one of the best coaches of all time, you know, Arbor Myers was a guy that's had complete tunnel. Vision is a guy that's been one of the best motivators one. The best psychologists I've ever been around. Just an innovator of football. You talk about some of the stuff he was doing with Tim tebow. When he came into the SEC that wasn't vogue, and you can't run your quarterback. And you can't do that cute stuff that you can do in other conferences, come in and have a lot of success. So what are the winningest coaches of all time? One of the best coaches of all time one of the best motivators of all time. One of the best big game coaches of all time. And I think everybody's also gotta remember the end at Florida and the ended Ohio State, and that's part of your legacy. But there's no denying on the field what he's been able to accomplish. And it's been really special David all field. What does it tell you that he continuously said this week as we see his exit now? And if I didn't have somebody like Ryan day, you bet your bottom dollar. I'd be back in Columbus. Well, I pair this situation. Very favorably to Bob stoops a couple of years ago with Lincoln Riley. I think he knows what he has in Ryan day. Ryan they had an opportunity a year ago to go take another college opportunity to go be an offer to coordinator with the Tennessee titans. He had those opportunities. He knows what listen urban Meyer is not lying when he talks about Ohio State, and what this program means to him. And what is meant to him over the years? I think he wanted to leave this program in great shape by picking Ryan day as the successor and understanding what he's gonna do. He leaves the programming great hands. And he knows this program is going to be very successful that he talks about a lot that he loves a lot that he's grew up idolizing and wanting to be on this stage coaching team. So I think that he left it as good as he wanted it he left he wanted to leave it better than he found it. And I think he's doing that. No question. David Furner kid from ashville Ohio for your last game to be a Rose Bowl win. That's gonna mean something being from the midwest here in Georgia. Boy. So let's Benepe cotton this. He says he's not coming back Damon. But in your opinion, even watching the sport for a long time. Do you truly believe? He has coached his final game at any level of the sport. I think he believes he's coached his last game. I think he understands that his health is a priority. Urban Meyer has always been a tunnel vision guy except for here's the difference. You know, you spend time with Nick Sabin and Dabo Sweeney. Now, those are tunnel vision guys too. But with urban Meyer to me, it always felt like he's down in the cave, and he's digging, but he never had a flashlight Dabo Sweeney and Nick Sabin and some of those guys they have flashlights. And they they had perspective urban was just one track minded in his health suffered his family suffered and that's been debated. So I think he's stepping away because of those health issues those are a big deal to him. That's the reason he's walking away otherwise he'd still be coaching. But that doesn't mean it a couple years things won't change urban Meyer is fifty four years old. He says, quote, I do believe on his wife. Shelly. Also says she'd be static if you didn't coach again. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. LSU a forty two thirty two win over UCF at the fiesta night's loss. Snapping at twenty five game win streak dating back to December of two thousand sixteen for LSU fourth win over a top ten team this season. Steve Levy, Brian greasy had the call on ESPN. Hey, you.

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