29 Burst results for "Garrity"

Divided Europe seeks to overhaul defunct migration policies

BBC Newshour

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Divided Europe seeks to overhaul defunct migration policies

"Commission has proposed a new system for managing the divisive issue of migration and asylum in which all member states will be obliged to show sold Garrity solidarity with frontline states. Member states would be expected either to relocate numbers of successful asylum seekers or sponsored the return of those whose applications air rejected. It also aims to improve screening, speed up the processing of claims, strengthen external borders and reinforce partnerships with countries of origin and transit. Countries such as Poland and Hungary have fiercely opposed the concept of compulsory real occassions. In the past, the head of the European Commission, or SEL, F. Underline, said Europe had to move away from what she said had Bean an ad hoc approach to migration. The commission's package on migration and asylum. Offers a fresh start. We want to live up to our values and at the same time face the challenges of a globalized world.

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The Latest Pandemic Shortage: Dumbbells

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 8 months ago

The Latest Pandemic Shortage: Dumbbells

"Perhaps, you've spent the summer exercising outdoors, and now you're starting to wonder whether you'll be able to keep that up when winter hits after all even though gyms may have reopened where you are many of us are skittish about exercising indoors with a lot of other sweaty hard breathing people a set of weights for home gym or garage or basement more likely seems like a great solution. Yeah. How often do you have a great idea only to realize everybody else's having the same great idea that's what's happening here folks since the early days of the pandemic stationary bikes, treadmills and streaming workouts have been hot commodities demand for one item in particular has driven scarcity dumbbells just try and buy a set the goods a newsletter published by Vox, says, we're in the midst of the great American dumbbell shortage. All right. So it's not like we're talking about a shortage of life saving drugs but if staying fit means not just health but sanity to to you, a dumbbell shortage could be a very serious thing. We feel your pain. Here's what happened according to the fitness fanatics experts at box think way back in your memory on March fourteenth the president declared the pandemic, a national emergency that was A. Friday the very next day ushered in the weekend that America changed. Colleen. Logan. Of icon health and fitness told Box Logan is vice president of marketing for the company which owns nordictrack other fitness brands that weekend they started seeing what she called crazy crazy sales every day in March sales doubled compared to March twenty nineteen. They quadrupled in April and were up six hundred percent higher in May Logan said. Rival bowflex was also inundated like Nordic track. bowflex sells weights along with bigger, more expensive equipment like bikes and treadmills less well known businesses that specialize in strength training are also struggling to meet demand. Visit S PRI site and you'll see sold out labels on Dumbbell after Dumbbell try to buy kettle bell iron balls with handles, and in many cases retailer rogue fitness won't even give you a ship date instead up POPs vague. Notify me button. The level of demand is unheard of as inside Hook writer Tanner Garrity noted people don't even buy this many dumbbells in the middle of winter when they're cooped up and drafting fitness resolutions. The result of these shortages predictable prices are high according to vox a pair of fifteen pound rogue dumbbells that usually costs forty dollars is currently listed on Ebay for one hundred, sixty, nine dollars. The shortages point to a much bigger issue in the American economy before the pandemic, the vast majority of Kettlebells dumbbells and other free weights were made guess where China? That's right China closed factories and highways from January to April when the sudden unexpected surge of interest occurred here. America's existing supply of weights went fast due to closures in China. Well, no new ones could be made much less ship to America. Now, Chinese factories are open again, but they can't keep up with the outsized desire a few companies including. Rogue. Have turned to small American iron foundries to make them here. But few of those foundries are interested in making consumer products like kettlebells. It's expensive and difficult for them to gear up and they fear retailers will give the business right back to China. Once the global economy is fully open again in the meantime experts say the boom and at home. Workouts is no flash in the PAN ninety percent of Americans who work out say they'll continue exercising at home according to a survey by Wakefield research for some those at home workouts will continue to replace the gym. Others will simply add Jim visits to their routine. Regardless that means booming sales and continuing supply chain headaches for Nordic track bowflex and the light. For the lowly exerciser waiting and waiting for that adjustable weights set to arrive it can also mean getting creative. What else can you pump besides iron weights? Well you could try the technique. One robust dad showed off a photo featured by vox lying on the floor. He's balancing his two little girls on a piece of plywood and he's holding over his body. Just, be very careful with those willing little subjects. Okay.

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New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as next head coach

ESPNews

02:03 min | 9 months ago

New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as next head coach

"So Tom Thibodeau is gonna be the head coach of the next. Here's our guy. Stephen A. Smith, Our first take host was on return to the MBA, and he discussed the positives and negatives. Of the Knicks hiring Fido. Nevertheless, nobody can argue that Davidow has the most successful resume it available coaches that one open market he's one about 59% of the games. You know the job you did in Chicago. We noted he sold it to the postseason first time in like a decade for like, 13 years. We know that he's with one could easily argue whether not Doc Rivers would be a champion as a head coach had it not been for top Thibodeau being his assistant. In Boston back in 2008. So all of those things come with He's got an incredible reputation. Terms of knowing the game of basketball of the entire Lesley committed to the game of back, eat, lives and breathes basketball day and night. Um and you combine that with the fact that again either defense with it, though, that a pluses minuses. The fact that in Chicago there were issues with Paxson and guard form in the general manager In Minnesota. There was an issue with the owner, Glen Taylor, and management, along with the fact that Jimmy Butler wanted to be traded went off Thibodeau, his former coach in Chicago, by the way. Was his president of basketball operations and to coach in Minnesota. And so as a result, you've got a home and believe that Tom Thibodeau has made the necessary adjustments. He's seen the error of his ways. Some respect player relations. And even relations with management and that this is a good deal because I'm here and it's a three year deal. Garrity fully guarantee the other two years, a partial guarantee in excess of about for $4 million. But in the end It seems to be a match made in heaven. Considering the fact that both will you, Wesley Elia Rose Go back over Quarter century with activity. He knows they've known him that long.

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The coronavirus is mutating, making it harder to stop the spread

Stephanie Trussell

03:58 min | 9 months ago

The coronavirus is mutating, making it harder to stop the spread

"Hey. So, as Jim Garrity points out a study released last month by the scripts that research institute concluded that the strains of the virus spreading so quickly in Europe in the U. S have a mutated spike protein that makes him about 10 times as infectious as the strain initially identified Asia So now you're comparing apples to oranges. When you say why isn't this thing spreading in Hong Kong or Taiwan, same way that it sprayed in the United States or Europe? The name exactly the same virus. As it turns out, it seems like us is having a tougher time controlling the spread of Corona virus in Asian countries didn't winter and early spring. That's partially because this version of the virus is tougher to stop them spreading. More and more, researchers suggest, says Jim Garrity are contending that Sarah's cover to cover 19 is Airboard, meaning it is not merely being dispersed by the bodily fluids of those who have it, but also floating about in aerosolized form. It's also possible. The virus is not truly Arisa wise, but it's floating in tiny droplets so light and small, they can easily be carried at long distances by air currents. European Center for Disease Prevention and the World Health Organization are now taking the heiress allies possibility seriously, and with good reason and Arisa laws virus would mean most of our current pandemic control policies, like remaining 16 parts are not enough by themselves to prevent contraction of virus. Is Jim Garrity says the scale and complexity of the problem should not be understated. The country enacted unprecedented sweeping lockdowns. They kept most Americans at home at great cost to the economy. The lock down slow the spread. They didn't stop it. Venting more infections is not just a matter of convincing the president to wear a mask consistently or shutting down beaches or subways or requiring quarantines for those who travel between states. At every level of government. The response to the virus has met with mixed success. But it's important to recognise no one is ignoring any simple or easy solutions because the solutions do not exist. That one thing that's true is that the death rate has been dropping fairly dramatically. The CDC currently estimates the death rate between 10.6 point 7% about seven times deadly is the flu. A new study puts between 0.5 point eight. If there are lot of asymptomatic are unconfirmed cases, that means it could be a point to. But as I say, even a point to fatality rate with half of the American population adopting virus Would mean a lot of dead people. So we will see whether there is a big spike here. Maybe not. But the bottom line is that everybody was sort of counting on a vaccine to save us. That is not a strategy either. The fact is that if we rush out of vaccine and it's no good, it's no good. It's also possible that vaccine that is truly effective and mass produced and mass adopted won't happen until mid time next year, even the most optimistic sin areas. So the notion that you're just gonna be able to sort of sit around and wait for good things to happen. Just stay at home and wait for good things to happen. That's not true, either. The reason I'm pointing all of this out is because this is all hard stuff. This is all hard stuff. And looking right now. At a list from World Honors, which compiles data from Johns Hopkins University about covered 19 deaths. And I'm gonna give you the states that have the highest rate of deaths for one million population right now. Okay, This is the list. New Jersey. New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island District of Columbia, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois. Then Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Mississippi. Indiana, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, New Hampshire, Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio, Alabama, Iowa, Virginia, Florida, Florida is all the way down there. California is next unless bed with Florida, South Carolina, Nevada, California. What one thing that you will notice if you're going to talk about strategies that worked 123456789 of top nine states in terms of death per 1,000,000 population are all Democratic governor. Nearly all of them were pretty locked in In New Jersey. New York, Connecticut Master's Sword Island, D C. Louisiana, Michigan. These were all very pro locked in states. Maryland is a Republican governed state. Larry Hogan is the governor over there. And he's been widely praised for his response to the virus. We've had him on the radio show he was for a lock down his state ranks about 10 to 15 slot above Florida in terms of the number of deaths per 1,000,000. Ohio has a higher death per 1,000,000 stat in Florida. It may not stay that way. But the notion that anyone has figured out how to solve this thing is just badly gloomy, like there is no evidence that anyone has come up with the silver bullet on how to deal with covered

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`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

"The American library association released its annual list of books that receive the most objections last year at schools and libraries the top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue

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`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

"The top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue

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"garrity" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"garrity" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Garrity WBC Boston's news radio for thirteen traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of knowing that all wheel drive traffic on the three is how's it looking David does clean up pretty good dog dispatch fostered by lows the expressway self on that earlier crash right South Bay that's cleared up you hit some residual delays math after Columbia road expressway north bound you wide open from the split into the city group threes okay along the fell short routes ninety five and twenty four no issues to and from Rhode Island the lower end of ninety three and one twenty eight a wide open between the pike and Braintree the out west of pike is a speed limit right leaving the city of Boston out to Sturbridge and back for ninety five into ninety no issues both ways pros road right to say five percent more on eligible purchases every day by just using your Lowe's business credit account do it right for less star with loads of that credit approval cannot be combined with any other credit offers exclusions apply that's in the U. S. only David strony WBZ's traffic on the first our four day accu weather forecast partly cloudy tonight low of twenty tomorrow Briscoe Sony higher thirty one Monday night clear low down around ten Tuesday Wednesday Thursday sunshine temperatures well in the low thirties Tuesday on for thirties Wednesday in the forties on Thursday right now forty two degrees in Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Doug cope here the five things you need to know what for fifteen Manal fires overnight knock out power in a section of Boston their Quincy market both sides getting their arguments together for president trump's impeachment trial which begins Tuesday in the Senate fatal crash main street in Brockton to ban or death sci fi fans gather in Boston for the annual a region festival president Donald trump's legal team and house.

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Low-Cost Airline JetBlue, Known for Service, Creates No-Frills Fare

Business Wars Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Low-Cost Airline JetBlue, Known for Service, Creates No-Frills Fare

"From wondering I'm David Brown. And this is business worse daily on November twenty second happy Friday friends. Oh the irony. Sometimes we have to wonder if branding execs big companies have any self awareness at all. Recently jet blue. The low cost airline with reputation for comfortable cabins great free Wifi and better snacks announced a new basic fair. You know the cheap fares that are so spartan they're borderline painful NFL. The move has been met mostly with disgust. One man commented on linked in that jetblue has quote finally sold. What's left of their sold? The devil many others has responded that the company has followed its competition in a race to the bottom and this is where close observers should be shaking their heads because just three months ons ago. JETBLUE launched a new ad campaign with the tagline. Just all right doesn't fly here The campaign was intended to call all attention to what ad age savelly called all. That's wrong with modern flying starring. The alright brothers fictional alter egos of the Wright brothers the ads. Poke Fun at Well pretty much every other airline. Take a listen while the brothers revolutionize the way we traveled all ever have different plans for the airline industry. And what's the least weekend. Let's do that. Let's just say communication wasn't really that thank me. It's the time we're in the air any other questions issues but this campaign could backfire in the wake of Jet Blues Latest move to offer its new basic blue fair. The airline's new low cost service will offer bargain basement prices for tickets that provide mostly bargain-basement amenities. Customers will either have to pay for seat assignments or wait until twenty twenty four hours before their flight to choose a seat for free. Blue basic tickets are non refundable and non transferrable even for frequent flyers. JETBLUE president president. Joanna Garrity argues that yet basic fair but it's a kinder gentler one unlike its rivals jet blue will still allow budget flyers. A full-size carry on but with a last-minute choices one has to wonder whether a suitcase will fit in overhead bin. The company argues that it has no choice but to offer no no frills fares in an email to the Washington Post jetblue spokesman Philip Stewart wrote with competitors now offering basic economy on many routes. We fly customer behavior. Hager's suggests our success is at risk if we do not disrupt this market by lowering fares without sacrificing the experience which raises two questions one. Is it really possible to offer a kinder gentler. no-frills ticket and to digest blue. Really have no choice if it is to continue to compete well to I. Jet Blue certainly hopes to convince flyers that it's new basic blue isn't as harsh as say spirit airlines which charges for everything from seat selection to a snack snack to the second. Well a convincing argument could be made in jet blues favor. According to Garrity online travel sites like expedia and travelocity acidy or pushing travelers to choose cheapest fares without considering the flying experience. And what those tickets provide or don't last year long before for this launch. She told investors that she hopes jet. Blues New Fares will attract those price conscious shoppers and that after reeling them in with cheap prices the experience of a flying jetblue would win them over presumably converting them into repeat customers but just how persuasive is that we have no choice argument travel travel industry analyst. Henry Heartfelt told The Washington Post that jetblue customers don't appear to be requesting the basic fares rather he says it seems to be a defensive offensive move one intended to reclaim market share and revenue now going to other Ikano class airlines but right after jetblue

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"garrity" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"garrity" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cursing Paul Garrity interesting here's a great headline for yet you win predicts disaster if global warming is not checked. what year was that. WMAL FM Woodbridge Washington while five point nine FM W. eight. where Washington comes to talk. good morning everyone I'm John Matthews knew this hour US senators say they're being stonewalled by the FBI about the shooting death of a Virginia man by US park police it was November of twenty seventeen would be John gays are was fatally shot by US park police after being rear ended by an uber driver on the GW parkway in Alexandria and leaving the scene park police tried to stop him several times during the third stop in fort hunt gays are was shot to death his family's repeatedly asked for information into the investigation of the shooting and senator Chuck Grassley and senator mark Warner of Virginia have gotten no answers from the FBI with the agency again stating it cannot discuss ongoing investigations Barbara brick WMAL and WMAL dot com the so called terrible traffic Tuesday's upon us not so much a real barometer of gridlock doom is a reflection of the mood with all of the schools back in session and school buses back sharing lanes with the rest of us and that means you have to be remembered to be mindful of them violations can result in a fine of two hundred fifty dollars that were reminding drivers to familiarize yourself with the law and when you need to stop for school bus that's loading or unloading passengers Murphy Clark with Arlington police all of the traffic is back but all of the transit is not those six blue and yellow line station south Reagan national that were closed all summer will not re open until next Monday new books new student no teachers on this first day of school in Montgomery County for somewhere between and we'll see when we start the first day of school somewhere between fourteen hundred and eighteen hundred expected news students superintendent Jack Smith says after withdrawals are factored in he expects the total gain to be closer to eleven hundred to sixteen hundred and chief operating officer injures documents as as of August twenty second we hired one thousand six teachers that numbers actually up to a thousand forty two says twenty nine percent of all. new hires for alumni of the school system have occurred as some WMAL and WMAL dot com Frederick County lawmakers consider a bill this evening that would dedicate tax revenue to support affordable housing if we are to remain an economically diverse county that allows individuals families and senior citizens of load a modest incomes to continue to live here more affordable housing options are required mark long with the affordable housing council supports a bill that would put one and a half percent of the counties recordation tax into a funded that helps low income residents repair and maintain their homes so they can keep their homes I DC dog shelter that's taken in twenty one canines from Florida and South Carolina animals who were living in shelters that had to be moved out to make way for the pets of people who were evacuated from hurricane Dorian the domino effect means those southern dogs are now available for adoption here not only help people who are seeking having their home but also that were able to help the people up here that are going to find so much joy in adding a family member my recorder with with DC lucky dog rescue says one dogs already been adopted we told you yesterday five people died in four crashes involving motorcycles over the holiday weekend when you add in Labor Day itself that number climbed to seven deaths in cycle crash is plus a pedestrian checking your money the Dow down two hundred forty one points the nasdaq down sixty up next traffic and weather on WMAL..

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How Straight D's Built My Business

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:46 min | 2 years ago

How Straight D's Built My Business

"I got three questions this week from people that were not very good students and worried about it. I thought I would address it even though I know I've talked about it before you know, when I was in school the happiest sound the world was at three o'clock bell. When I heard that bell rang. I thought thank God. I'm out of this jailhouse off I would run as fast as I could to try to make a good day of what was already a horrible day for me being Barras in class being asked to read out loud and labeled yet again, the Dunkin school but thank God. I was kind of clever on my feet in one way when I got her school. I did not want to do homework that the other kids were doing. So I made best friends with Margaret Garrity. She was the kid down the block with the really thick glasses was an exceptional student and all I would have to do for Margaret is making new Chuck game on her sidewalk. And she would do all of my math all of my English and will of my geography and she didn't like a half hour flat. My God, it would've taken me six hours to do the same work, and I wouldn't have gotten any kind of accolades for it until market Garrity. Became my homework helper, I actually believed in school that I had a low I q thinking that an I had something to do with the as. And bees and season. For me. The diesel I got straight tease all the time. And I thought that meant that I was on the warder Chalan a really being stupid. But guess what? I wasn't. You know, what I learned? I learned that once I got that jailhouse cool school. I developed great skills and business independent of anything that I had learned in school. I found that I was gifted at certain areas because I had finesse my way through school and learn how to get good at other things that the smart kids weren't very good at I knew how to hire the right people. And guess what gave me that gift? It was because once you're loser. As a kid, you have great empathy, and you spot the losers, and you don't ever look down on anybody. When you're the dumb kid. The dumb kid doesn't get that privilege to look down on people. So as a result of that, I had empathy in spades. And that gave me the ability to read people and hire the right people for the right sharp. I always always was able to find someone to do the. Sure, I wasn't able to do. Well, like, redefining financial statement or figure out a mathematical equation. Forget it I was never gonna learn it. But in business, I learned that it can hire a lot of really really really smart people to do it for me the damn district. Kaplan, I recognized her as my future business partner because she had all the skill sets of a smart kid, and she could do them all for man. I could continue just being the chatty. Cathy, the charming kid? The one who talked everybody into doing things Estra Kaplan became my. Hi, hugh. You know sales people are key to the real estate business. And I found that in sales. I was pretty good. But I wasn't amazing. And yet I knew how identify sales people who are a lot better than me. And it was on the back of a thousand grade sales people that I built the company the Corcoran group today when I sit on shark tank, I very often have to do mathematical equations in my head like the other sharks. Trust me. I can't do it. I will actually work. Them out of my yellow legal pad that I sit there with trust me. I can't do it. But it was only two years into shark tank that I realized that Mark Cuban was really good at math. And all I ever do is ask them to do. My math format. He does it has the answer back to me. And he doesn't know it. But he's my new Margaret Garrity. So you could always find people to do the stuff you can't do and by doing that my whole life. I have been able to build a big successful business and also helped dozens and dozens entrepreneurs Bill their business because I know how to identify talent and build on it math has very little to do with almost everything in life as long as you could count change, and I can tell you people think it has a lot to do his shark tank. It has very little to do is shark tank. It's all about judging the right people. So what's most important on compensating for the skills? You don't have. Well, here's my secret formula. I only focus on the skills. I have there aren't many. I know how to size up people. I know how to motivate people. I know how to build an organizational structure those on my gifts. So I choose to build around my assets. I nor everything else I just filled on what I do. Well. And then I find somebody else to do all the stuff. I don't do. Well, so that's my formula. If you're not good at school. Don't worry about it. It's probably a very good sign that you're gonna find all the right people to help you build your empire. And that's how streak dis built my business.

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"garrity" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Traxler are spotter BIL Garrity. Statistician drew Carter and our engineer recruit ler. This is Bill Roth saying so long from Albuquerque balance go to alter and Ben heart sock with the Ray com. Media camelia bowl. Thank you Bill full Saturday of college football the kickoff this bowl season. And it continues in Montgomery Alabama with the rate com. Media camelia ball ninety three Georgia Southern eagles out of the sun belt taking on the eastern Michigan eagles who finished their season very strongly five out of their last six wickets coming out of the MAC to finish the season alongside the national champion tight end, Ben heart sock. I'm Jay alter Ben both of these jeeps below five hundred a year ago turnaround seasons, and it ends with a trip to a ball game. As we open up this whole season. You hear a lot of people that kind of make fun of some of these lesser known bowls. I think there's something like forty two bowls the old games across the slate. This entire month. And I tell you it's fun to watch these young working class programs. Find a reason to put an explanation point on their season. You've got this Georgia Southern team that every player and every coach all you hear them saying all week. Is we want ten wins? We want ten wins. And the same thing out of this eastern Michigan squad. They want to right. The wrongs from last year. Make a statement for their team and continue to build their brand a minute and a half away from kickoff in my Gumri, idiots pouring rain tonight. But nothing would stop these two teams for playing you said it working class teams turning around their season from where they were a year ago. This is only the.

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"garrity" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"But when it came around to writing this book, I was actually encouraged by another one of my business coaches and have to give her a shoutout Joey Garrity. She is in the Los Angeles area. She told me she was working with me on some marketing campaigns that we were doing. She said, you really need to write a book because you've got so much information in your head about everything that it is that you do for your individual clients and what we're trying to market to a larger audience. You need to write a book that's like a calling card where anybody who picks it up. That is in that market reads it and is basically your business card. They see that you're an expert in in the topic that you are easy to contact. Your book is easy to read. It's it's on a relevant subject to what they're experiencing in their lives. So she encouraged me to write a book just based on Mike, SP. -perience and what it is that I know what it is it. I'm trying to help my clients attain. And what was your original response to that? Were you excited where he kinda scared a little both, maybe? Yeah, it was. It was really a combination of emotions. It was like, okay, how am I gonna have the time to do this because you know, I still work full m. i. health care. My health coaching practice is is states part time because it's really not it's about seventy five percent of what I do, but I was mob is concern was time when am I gonna find the time in in all of the different things that have to accomplish in a day's time? Jocularly sit down and write. So I was excited. I was nervous and I'm thinking, okay, I don't even know where to start. I don't know how to get a publisher. I don't know. You know, a felt like I was a good writer because I'm in my day job, so to speak on the lawyer, and you have to be a good rider to be the lawyer. So I knew I could right. But yeah, there was a whole lot of different emotions that went into the initial stages of of this journey for sure. Out that feels like it would be pretty overwhelming to think about at least initially which I know we're going to get into the steps that you took and how you broke it down besides Jody, who would you say were your biggest cheerleaders to, and you know someone that were people in your life that really encourage you to take this journey. Oh, yeah. Well, my husband for sure he is such a trooper. I mean, he when you say that I'm the busiest woman that you know, he will definitely agree with you that guess he will agree with you years ago when we first started dating, he actually nicknamed me target because l was like a moving target. He never knew where I was going to be what was going to be doing so, but he really is my biggest cheerleader Assad from my daughter. She was very encouraging as well. My whole family really was just very supportive and encouraging n all the people in my business circle my business family, you know, the two of you were very supportive, Joey Garrity was encouraging and supportive. So I was really fortunate that I didn't really have anybody who was a naysayer. That's really perfect. Well, you know, and so many of us have these positive influences in our lives that we can really draw on that energy forward in our goals in a way that we probably otherwise wouldn't have the courage to do..

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Kyrie Irving of Boston Celtics comments on MVP

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:29 min | 3 years ago

Kyrie Irving of Boston Celtics comments on MVP

"And he'll text rod and sam coming to la in the bottle joining i just think i still think at the end of the date they're going to get both of them i just that's my cut but i don't know i don't know and it could could change tomorrow and the lakers don't know they don't i don't think they know but i do think you're right about this i do think lebron pg probably already know don't you i mean don't you think the area know what's going on i think everybody i think the ross everybody going through the motions that was the whole thing so that that was the thing magic yesterday could have been doing i wrote this it could be a victory speech or concession speech out of what he was doing but yeah i think he's probably you probably you probably already know you're probably right i i listen i have friends in the lakers and they don't know they honestly legitimately don't know but i do think that lebron knows it's just a question of making sure all everything everyone who says they gonna do something does what they say so i i think up here that's why i'm reluctant to go after magic for often next summer because i think it's going to happen i think he'll be a press conference in but couple of weeks it'd be crazy but if it doesn't i maybe yeah it'll be tough it'll be it'll be tough sledding form you know with if they get shut out somehow we'll be good thanks join us seaman bill the la times i'm doug gottlieb for colin here on the heard let's get to outstanding hard working and debonair newsmen john goulet on the news this is the heard line news garrity by two by tomorrow they'll be like nine compliments nt twenty updates the amazing i appreciate it so kyrie irving said he's happy that james harden i'll happy for james harden he won the mvp but he mentioned on hot ninety seven in new york leave it was the morning that the really should be to be in the league take listen away said mvp is hard to gauge nowadays like because now you have the people's mvp and you have like the nba's mvp you know like mvp in your mind the people's mvp was was definitely james okay the nba mvp was definitely braun do you agree with cairo irving that really it's kind talk to others this week that it's yeah the fans and well that's your the fans it's like we never do the most valuable we don't bring the value that that's the hard definition to really get clarity on it's who had the best season and i gotta tell you that i came hard and had a better season you can't tell the story of the cavalier season without talking about how dysfunctional it was for good portion of time and yeah they got together late but they still end up with fourth best record in the eastern conference when half the teams are dumping games games a better player had a better season and i think kyrie irving in many smart people are struggling like most valuable why aren't we actually doing the valuable like a lot of things that does the meaning doesn't actually equate to what it is we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway doesn't make sense right smartest thing i've ever said so according to an article from espn there is pressure building on the lakers to trade for kawhi leonard apparently this is due to the fact that paul george coming to the lakers is not a lock and they feel like they have to entice lebron do you really now this was from whoa jr and windhorst and trust the people that spin do you really feel that there is pressure now for them to get that trade done soon look i i do think that there's the fear is the fear is paul george situation only even better right if you're is really boston comes in and like look good boston celtics championships and he'd be part of a team that's going to be good for a long long time so i think the philadelphia boston is team so there's the thought that the paul george you go to a place you say i'm only staying for year but you end up wanting to stay from oriented liking it oklahoma is that way i actually get paul george you go there like.

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"garrity" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Her thirteen year old daughter police say there are signs pointing towards marital and financial issues born catherine brosnahan in nineteen sixty two spade was at the forefront of a powerful wave of female american designers in the nineties she and her her husband andy spade launched an eclectic handbag line in nineteen ninetythree complete with their own signature label i remember thinking there's something missing i want something for my goto and to the level that was meant to go on the inside i took it out of the box so did on the outside those handbags modeled after the one she saw in her mother's closet were an instant hit with career woman even young girls part of a sophisticated yet affordable style though she sold the company over a decade ago her name and personality were ever present to her customers karen garrity was one of them she paid her respects today even i've never met her she touched my life praying for the family and for her people have been stopping by this cates spayed store new york city and many others throughout the area leaving flowers and notes expressing their condolences even folks going to twitter from anna wintour to ivanka trump back in two thousand and two spade was recognized by glamour magazine as the woman of the year she said back then that i want to be remembered not only as a good business woman but as a good friend who was a heck of a lot of fun jeff torika dunkin for tonight rica thanks us immigration agents raided a landscaping company in ohio today and made one hundred and fourteen arrests the sweep is part of a nationwide crackdown on illegal immigration the number of local law enforcement agencies join in the effort has doubled since president trump took office officers in seventy seven departments in twenty states are now acting as federal agents to enforce immigration laws for tonight's i on america david begg gwinnett county georgia where undocumented immigrants find no sanctuary.

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Klay Thompson of Golden State Warriors questionable for Game 2 of NBA Finals with left ankle sprain

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Klay Thompson of Golden State Warriors questionable for Game 2 of NBA Finals with left ankle sprain

"And seventeen by knocking off the orioles and a rain delayed the start game at camden yards eight to five miguel and do horan giancarlo stanton both at two run homers and do har with three runs batted in masahiro tanaka won his seventh despite giving up homers to andrew jones joey record and manny machado who slugged his eighteenth on the season at city field of medicine cubs went past midnight fourteen innings in fact chicago coming away with a seven to one win album more and ben zobrist with two run doubles in that fourteenth havi or buyers with a two run homer michael conforto at a home run to tie the game in the six it was seven innings for jacob degrom he struck out thirteen the capitals at home took a two one lead in the stanley cup final with a three one victory over vegas a goal landed assists for a guinea kuznetsov alex ovechkin also scored brayden hopi with twenty one saves money in dc will be game for the warriors does the cavs again later tonight game two of the nba finals at oracle arena golden state ahead one game plan but warriors coach steve kerr knows that the cavaliers are capable of coming back and i know it's not the exact same team but we had him down three one a couple of years ago and they might have been deflated and they came back and won so we were expecting another great effort from them klay thompson expected to be okay he's got a high ankle sprain he's been dealing with from golf price into sham rochelle a six hundred sixty six saturday as a onestroke lead entering the final eighteen holes at the memorial tournament tiger woods is in contention ings at night under had the french open sunday action all the way for madison keys and sloan stevens respectively caroline wozniacki and alexander's variable also be on the court advancing on saturday serena williams and maria sharapova setting up another meeting between the longtime rivals and why cfc beat orlando three nothing the red bills lost into england two to one the liberty beat indiana overtime eighty seven eighty one with a bloomberg sports update i'm frank garrity this is masters in business with barry ritholtz on bloomberg radio.

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"garrity" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on Back To Back

"Yeah that's an incredible thing that i think is really hard to describe to someone who hasn't been in that experience because you're in this kind of coffin like bunk and it's just you dark it's very claustrophobic if that's something you have a problem with and then the bus is just rumbling and it's kind of bouncing around doesn't sound pleasant but once your body kind of figures out yeah it's unbelievable it's like babies engine starts running and you pass out before it takes off and then like once takes off you wake up like one of those that happens to me all the time it's kind of like that and i'm on the top bunk so like i get of course they put the shortest person on the top show up last i wake up the second stops like the second that engine stops i like that is like my alarm clock right knows it's so weird at second the movement is like over i'm like and then it's like this like funny thing because the different city every day i wake up and look at the app at the master tore up i'm like where the fuck out my okay i'm here okay whereas planet fitness like i'm gonna like go to the gym because like you know told me before we started recording you have to repeat this great great life hack that you've figured out of tour so i like i'm sure listeners have been on a bus store but like basically there's two things that happen with everywhere you stay you live on the bus so like you either there's either a shower in the venue which a lot of ngos have showers a place to garrity and like the showers can be either really sauce or they could be actually supervised or you all share one hotel room or to get ready and like do your thing so i haven't going to the gym and just getting ready there.

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Pennsylvania House race tighter-than-tight; Dem claims win as GOP continues to hang in

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Pennsylvania House race tighter-than-tight; Dem claims win as GOP continues to hang in

"Where are you guys headed now what are you that was row more garrity reporting there also protests in the nation's capital npr's windsor johnston is covering protests at the capital this hour you're holding up signs one raise protect our students not done and that's really the theme out here today students say they're outrage that it's time for congress to pass stricter gun control measures they're tired of being afraid in their classrooms and they're vowing to keep up this momentum until lawmakers act that's npr's windsor johnston reporting from the us capital in other news democrat connor lamb has claimed victory over republican sa tacona in the special election for a us house seat in south western pennsylvania it was a close race and with many absentee ballots yet to be counted it has not yet officially been called was a close race and hadn't officially being called for lamb until later this morning from member station w e on lee herring has the latest after midnight lamb told you four supporters that their grassroots effort with its focus on preserving social security and medicare had nearly universal appeal our issue in this campaign is common ground we fought to find common ground and we found it almost everywhere democrats republicans independents lamb was running in a district that has been trending republican for years and voted for president trump by about twenty points in two thousand sixteen his strong performance is viewed by many as a referendum on the president and gop leadership in washington for npr news i'm only herring in pittsburgh at last check on wall street the dow was down two hundred eighty three points this is npr news from k q e d news i'm brian watt thousands of students around the bay area are expected to walk out of school this morning to take part in the nationwide protest against gun violence many districts have offered support to students during their action west contra costa superintendent.

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Standoff suspect charged in murder of California police officer

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Standoff suspect charged in murder of California police officer

"Terry of state rex tillerson citing differences of personality and policy was in paris tamra keith explains questions remain about the time line the white house and state department or casting the sequence of events quite differently a senior white house official tells npr that chief of staff john kelly called tillerson on friday and told him that he was being asked to step down and would be replaced but tillerson didn't resign then the president announced via twitter tuesday morning that tillerson had been fired shortly thereafter state department undersecretary steve goldstein said tillerson hadn't spoken to the president and didn't know why he was being dismissed tillerson ultimately did talk to trump more than three hours after the twitter announcement goldstein himself has now also been fired tamra keith npr news the whitehouse voter prosecutor in the park land shooting announced plans to seek the death penalty nineteen year old suspect nncholas crews stands accused of killing seventeen students and staffers the br our county high school rowing more garrity has more state attorney michael sat filed a notice of intent to seek death penalty with the clerk of courts today laying the groundwork for cruises arraignment tomorrow the defense is not expected to contest cruises guilt but to argue for life without parole saying adult failed to intervene when cruise showed signs of emotional distress and potentially dangerous behavior the defense may also seek to reduce crew his sentence on mental health grounds cruise faces seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder along with a number of aggravating factors that could bolster the state's case for a harsher sentence he's been in custody in the broward county jail since the day of the shooting nearly four weeks ago for npr news i'm ruin more garrity poser closing of this hour and south western pennsylvania were voters are casting ballots in a special election deciding between republican state representative and trump trump favorite rick san cone against versus democrat connor lamb the polls to raise too close to call this hour this is npr pancake you weedy news i mean akin governor jerry brown says he's partnering with state lawmakers from both parties to bolster the state's disaster planning and management kiki weedy sukey lewis reports this comes on the heels of 2017 recordbreaking wildfires and mudslides an investigation of the northern california wildfires by k q e d found the state's emergency response systems were insufficient and unprepared to handle a disaster of that scope now state leaders say they are committed to modernizing forest management making utilities more resilient to extreme weather.

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"garrity" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Oh and thirdly anybody who's getting involved it's if you're running a railroad and indicates that they have a close the loop you could argue yes if i could earn more money on the traffic i have a be willing to spend more money to upgrade the infrastructure uh you know this this is in some ways sort of an argument that kind of begs the question uh everybody's gonna come back and say look if i could optimize wherever returns i would through you know they greater amount of investments at an issue so in a in some respect that these are companies that on their own or sufficiently profitable the aren't regulated to the extent that utilities have been in the past in which their rates of return were caps on the investments that they made and you know maybe they're trying to rely upon people's mindset that this might be something that's the case but it's not necessarily so in dealing with the fcc or specifics dealing with these companies who obviously are quite well off on their own already to begin with well david east if they're not going to raise prices does this matter well it means the issue really boils down to is that in you really trust the fox to run the henhouse and so from that standpoint they may say they're not going to raise prices but what in effect is going perhaps prevent them from doing so and doing so in a manner that is less than public at least the benefit that you get from the standpoint of having a regulatory agencies such as the fcc oversee this process and be the one who does have determinative power in this case perhaps leads to a situation where it's more likely that something of a utility nature these companies would be upheld rather than looking at possibly dysfunctional outcome of having differential pricing and having the creation of a digital divide that affects not just consumers but also businesses david garrity c l and g d a research and of course june grass and legal experts and bloomberg radio halliste acts here with us as well thank you to both of you i very much for breaking the sound it a lot of interesting issues and right now we are hoping i suppose to get some clarity in the near future although this is probably going to be dragged on for a while i as the attorneys check.

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"garrity" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Gotta stop stain spend these plays garrity online it's the coaching staff mike conley coaching staff wear don sunday on three different occasions i understand my by the way i'm with you the coaching staff has to go to but these players have to be held accountable i'm in great defense kgb here and more and why are they not at this year's joe is with the effort i i think it's the effort but i also think that it's injuries that the second level of the under level this really killed them of yes but again there are too many examples of guys not giving a hundred percent and not having will you talked about in the first hour not having the desire and the want to yeah i especially here as of late one gbi they realized that there are season was essentially over and done with that its human nature all of a sudden assault making business decisions and not putting yourself in harm's way a nod risking injury in any way shape or form because you know you wanna stay healthy for next year or or whatever is in the back you're my lot of this stuff isn't really thought out either i mean it just if you ask the players were not they thought they were giving effort are doing the right thing they would tell you yeah i'm working hard on more more mortgages or years i was an echo none working hard yes but in spun specific plays you could no if you gave it you're all the make a tackler now well the the problem is is that the iin the skydome i ran the einsatz sky tells all you need to know and you could see how somebody is playing and how somebody could sit on there for you you know when you thrown interception is kinda funny because kristaps porzingis was talking about wide a loss to the shoulders is one thing i couldn't sleep last night.

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"garrity" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Collusion or conspiracy took two you can't cry if they all you were collusion which is not criminal but they crying did you to believe that it and garrity uh to do something illegal uh in american election um coat that whole aunt story unravelled hip in fact there was no such activity and we're we're we're a a year ended a story now without a shred of evidence of any such activity uh you know with with uh how many attorneys and mueller's off at how many people in the fbi how many of the you know the fighter uh uh unmasking of of telephone come conversation and wiretapped with with trump administration of the trump campaign officials are already out there without any evidence so the whole thing unravel if there's no they're they're on the front end they been working they meaning the media has circulated a a photograph with donald trump apparently at some hotel at a desk with a bunch of other people including this papa dopoulos person and they have a big circle around him prior this i never heard of him well yeah i have in either starting to look like what will youth the call kremlin kremlinology right you you would get a map of the latest picture of the politburo standing next to try and figure out who had influence in who has done it the underlying fact of the matter is here that we have been a year trying to find some ebita and bet that one russians hack into us election system to help throw the election and that the trump people were somehow involved in that neither of those things have pruned proved to be true uh the the the only hacking we've got to have it in the hacking of the d n c with with the person that received received the information stating explicitly and unambiguously on multiple occasions that it didn't come from anybody connected with the restaurant and then we learn that the only connection with the russians did it has gone on it the hiring of gps fusion by the hillary clinton campaign with in violation of federal campaignfinance laws bundling net payment crew a law firm so that it could be hidden from the.

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"garrity" Discussed on Smart Companies Thinking Bigger

Smart Companies Thinking Bigger

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on Smart Companies Thinking Bigger

"Welcome to smart thinking gruber renew signs america's most successful business owners there were no real vision into reality and listen in as some of his minds in the freezer insights now here's your host scam morning welcome to more companies radio on we scam when publisher of thinking bigger business media our guest today is mary carol garrity she established knell hills in nine teen eighty one in an old bank building in actress in kansas and that's that's her hometown since then no hills has grown to become one of the most popular home interior stores in the midwest she expanded into another location and then consolidated in that new location she'll be talking to you about that during the show today she's got a lot of national attention forbes has dubbed her one of the hottest little retailers in america and she's been featured on cbs is the early show in nbc's today show she's been in the wall street journal fortune midwest living country living and a host of other magazines as well mary carol is also the author of nine books nine on home decorating and she's one of today's most sought after lifestyle resources were so happy to have her on the show today to talk about her entrepreneurial journey welcome mary carol oh thank you kelly for having me absolutely i i'm i'm so excited to do this interview you and i have talked in the past and i'm so happy to be able to share this with a much larger audience today now you have a really interesting story about why you started milk hills what inspired you.

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"garrity" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know what not perfect bird period but what or were much much better arben repair night before r are there was a lot more commerce on abacha you know that combat armor parents will you know it could collect preparing when you're you know what everybody playing good everybody everybody else you know there there's kind of a collective com and drop in when when you don't have that it right you're never addi you're you're always nervous you're out you're you're and like even with a four one lead on friday i i could feel comfortable i felt more comfort of all whip her with her three pu lead on our in the first period on crowder and i grid with a four two one lead uh on friday so coach i've been sitting here for the last couple of years looking at arizona state waiting for them to figure out and become a hockey power just because of words located it's kind of a a sec see place to to play where would you kind of ranked them as far as a hockey program right now i were ranked you know i would very you know why you know egar up bottom of the middle third like a your breaker gog are restricted givers worn thin and you know 2020 i'd ranked graham it you know it in the mid her lower middle of rear of the of the metal twenty um you know at were fear garrity oppor opera upper of the bottom uh you don't hurt i got your you know recordbreaker rapid aford rewrite either barbitta the middle third or or at the epa copper utter bottom burger bacteria mary you know whatever i heard weapon game vergara berger a bigger winter games we and we hope her well arguing why and right now you're right well ania india have to hope for the the rpi or whatever that is because he keep dropping in the coach's pull you guys ever lost in all you do is jerk keep dropping dropping a dropping but i'm sure you don't they'd coaches fall means very little dui i'm sure nar are you order it grip motivated good fodder for mike mccallum our little respect people have formed go um you know i guy told the geiger affair going to start off fabric a cracker repair bankrupt grew on the.

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"garrity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Of the fbi not and in when of disappeared july 30th nineth inning 75 by january of 1970s fixed the fbi had they knew would have done it uh they just couldn't do what they have done and they had no evidence they had information on the east chief investigator the taste agent for the fbi was man named bob garrity retired live in pittsburgh and bob came cookbook signing a mine uh and that's how i i met him and he told me at read the hard covered quite fair to fight back and we have become nothing but good friends ever sent it is a memo you have prepared in january of nineteen seventy six who list it uh nine suspects in the half of despair well eight of them were exactly accurate and top on the last horror frank the irishman sharon who i wrote about based on five years have recorded interviews of cheering tape recorded interview i i had representative him at then we became friends and then it was obvious to me that he wanted to get something off his chest very close did you only hoffa he was quoted as saying that i'll be off a man at my face shuffled myself and and he was forced to participate in the murder jimmy hoffa and the fbi knew that they listed him and they list immediate boss russell bubble new now who is the boss of the major crime family of that era russell have dow final script approval on a dot fog at any event the people on the side oh no fact and people read the book don't want wanna read the bulk doubted at what taken is with the passage of time grow operation has come to my attention and that is in a new a new version of the book if you see the book in an amazon for africa lower embark no over and your local uh bookstore you look for the copy the book that has a yellow sun garstang internet sunburst fair soon to be a major motionpicture uh directed by oscar say and that it has fifty seven more pages spend the original any action so in those fifty seven pages you'll get the new cooperation ambitions gone bay worldwide historical uh proof of what happened the hoffa if the cooperation is amazing uh independent as well there's cooperation or frank urine confession to me.

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"garrity" Discussed on What If World

What If World

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on What If World

"Oh figures something out and abacus lifted his wand in a chic king hand as charlie hopped onto the cloud suddenly the clouds zipped right past abacus charlie couldn't pull away fast enough and they knocked the lawn drain out of abacus his hand guard ride you do that a dry bore you'd are here farmer cobb was doing his best but in the battle of corn verse lyon there's only ever won winner uh he added kitty katie katie said abacus trying to lower carson away from his father garrity i'm not a kitty armour and carson led his father go missing a few pieces of corn and his whole will haas but other than that he'd be okay i don't know if we'll be able to say the same for abacus though cloud turnaround charlie was squawking at the cloud as loud as he could so loud it hurt his big brown ears the cloud finally manifested a stormy little gray arm and tapped on a sign right under charlie's talent fee dome talked to flyer while cloud is in motion all and why don't you stop being in motion and the fluffy little cloud finger tapped the sign again oh no little clown and charlie grip the cloud tight with his talent feet and open his wings why suddenly the cloud tipped and beard and change directions in charlie found that if he turned his wings jess so he could tell the cloud which weighed a cow bad have the go laughed this wing elton go right men when he moved his big ears up folded them down the cop the win jess so in his cloud went up or down that's why you were so clumsy jordanhart aerodynamic and the cloud tap that do not talk sign yet.

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"garrity" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Decade matsuyama and charlie stroud jordan's speakers at threeover par with a bloomberg sports update i'm frank garrity he's the towards the international olympic committee space of places sport duke point two say put your money where the money is flowing inside sports rounded klaus engine laws symbols five or ten percent what i used to paid by the whole team michael bevan like sheep which is would scouts arsenic county your brand outside of the united states how do you japan's bird exports scott such nick over the next hour will explore the big issues in the world of sports talk to some of the biggest players in the industry today we are pleased to spend the hour with world champion golden state warriors forward andrea granola talks about the growing popularity your basketball game global faye uh or becoming more powerful because y we will have more of our interview with basketball star andrea granola and his investments in technology companies that a few minutes but first let's look at the top stories of the week joining us is bloomberg business of sports reporter evan nobody williams walt disney world war ii plans to include a new online espn service next year that would broadcast more than ten thousand lives sporting events were.

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"garrity" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"You know if you gotta do one think based upon the value and the time that you're going to get right now in this world in my world today if i did not have the podcast if i did not lowly knowing at the heavily around you could be a little criminal highwood little i have no on garrity had not things over with dual combination bookmaking i can do that sports information service combination yeah like i would be an illegal bookie boom jit sports there's a bank after a doctor like giving picks and selling information there there's a very interesting series on fox called the underworld and one of the one they did was illegal gambling and they showed this bookie in jersey or something but what they went to his name they all have websites now unlike costa rica or something yes another bookies are getting there they're whatever it's called our action through a website and then they go out and get the money but the website the one millions and millions of dollars and legal there like it was very interesting to see how it the gone until the digital age you convert you could easily do it now i would go straight up bookie sports and i would also do a number would take back to the brooklyn number every day all schools to allow us again gamble two hours that's where you're mali's at the beginning to dollars as two four two eight has tied next the you had ten people hooked on numbers and they given yanji the day pushy sports operation your rock'n'roll occurs and i could get you on the phone w two in today's world you will have to use the phone but big a on tax now how hard to keep up something like they think like a people paying a not pain and stuff like that very yeah berries and plays world listen you're not going to fucking dummy if i call you one time even if it's joe di as your friend that goes all the put twenty a joy i love you got a my part of these ten halloween want my i trust you always got a story always got a partner in connecticut once half doubt with over three thousand permits are mad cow here yeah.

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"garrity" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on WCTC

"This is a this what you do in elections were going through the emotion so she also she did mention representatives police in her thank you speech and i think if appropriate to take a minute to acknowledge a new grand that i was able to make over the course of that campaign fifth campaign and now isn't it garrity with feet cried out then tell that tragic day on the ball field the way drive me attacks methods every single week just to make sure island doing okay and wang and have i think he even called me the terminator and one of them the so she's she brings since gleason her and her thank you speech but what was it what we know who we were treated to this idea that it's an unprecedented time in america and this is an unprecedentedly unpopular president we have a wealth fund did candidate he's a handsome young man he's loaded with outside money and so how could he loose what was it what can we blame it on let's look to our media star rachel maddow what's to blame for his loss if there was a turn out a fact from the bad weather today in the the district is that have any partisan implications that you could foresee in terms of what was expected for sameday election day voting there have been some anecdotal reports the turnout here and the cat or less than expected the same day at attribute that to anything we'll see if that turns out but that's something else agassi if you get to an election like this where it's going to be decided probably by a point or two it could also blamed anything whichever side you end up on well the weather dethrone rain kept away indi while the thing is as he said there if if it's a close race appoint or to you can start blaming on anything it wasn't a point or two race with i think it was outside the margin of weather the yet handy that's brilliant i can you coined that i think.

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01:46 min | 4 years ago

"garrity" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"If light he has four custody depends on what is order as if he has if it's full legal custody versus full physical custody after full legal custody to make that decision on your own but you should check right right right yet before you even presented to or check his if you have for legal custody right up for corporate jet what but not the joint custody what is it isn't right but you have four legal custody all right you have a written order here yes just searches reread that and just make sure that that absolutely is correct before you do that you don't wanna go against the quarter in and then also what i would say man is if you have a better opportunity for a job which you are taking garrity kids she not responsible if she's not kicking and she's not the emotionally financially spiritually vasif physically than then it's up to you as a father to provide not not move the kids away if you just moving them away out of spite and enter her feelings don't do that but if you really moving away to make a better future for you your kids your family there exist is there is a better job there this better opportunity as you know you could get your kids they're nab able to breathe a different kind of air through their nostrils of of of being just as healthy and physically taking care of immensely taking care of than you gotta make their move and you're not asking her for permission your aim for informing her that this is what you're going to do an and if he had been in full one for you to get four custody legal custody then that's kinda hard for a man to get so yeah.

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