17 Burst results for "Gary Type"

"gary type" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

Journey to Wherever

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"gary type" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

"Myself within uralic game. But i won't do it anymore. Not we we should. We should tell you what this will we. We shouldn't you shouldn't tell me she didn't tell me because we should talk about this. Show lock on like propaganda as in. This is the proper shy. Sorry appropriate proper episode episode that now. That's you know. My house is connected with wildfire to pretty much. Everything i can say out loud switch on patio light and a lot will come on right. Wow dude by no longer. Has google nest in my house on anymore. I've got amazon. Google disconnected gal led to the loss eight months about law from the world. On the way progresses. I want i'm gonna go into al Little hub and brought the right that episode down for outpost one hundred fish oil alive. We should davis thirty three and thirty four with urine and they're good episodes episode thirty five. It was cold Hold on my screen just decided to change This is probably. Because i told you what what i wanna to do. Certain things say just does it like not. We know you're in your pocket costs. We don't lock that anyway. Back on episode thirty five was called a true journey. Tour of this was where i think we came onto the show and we will. We have no idea what's talk about but most times but this was like we legitimately didn't have a show billund about nothing. Nothing this is like okay. I do worry about the record in about forty seconds. What are we talking about. 'cause we were talking about like. What are we going to auburn workman like you know what i think. You said this role i fit. This is how i apart from the lockdown rabbit hole because that was more like a. You know a lockdown kind of thing. This is the first ever show where we didn't have a topic prepared twenty minutes before the show. Yeah and i think we wings and nailed it at the same time yet on moving on fest. Item episode. Thirty six was gary vena cia ease. Hey wrong should be really give it all away for free in k. Yeah this is this. is. I think this was me. Are you following me. Look it's like. I think he's continued to quite good attains. You question no not as much. Because in the nfc neil safety there like a digital token heavy the digital dot. He's getting into crypto stuff and look I'm gonna. I'm gonna probably speak more about the original kind of gary type stuff. I kind of feel like it's like you know that that sitcom you watch on tv that you can like turn on and then you just kind of know where you're up to. Yeah that's gary v stuff if you were there from the beginning and you training to your weather is podcast he's ut platforms or you can take you pretty much pick relief. Which isn't a bad thing. It just means that it's it's become quite repetitive. I think we that particular episode more about monetize ing and taking advantage of luck your it essentially whatever it is that you do. What if you've come up with an idea if you've got a special secret sauce or a recipe or a a training module something that's unique. If you ask v he would tell you to put it all out there and organically rape the rewards and someone like me who's Tad more conservative. When pori earns on the side of caution. It wasn't necessarily aimed at whether he's wrong. I think we went back and forth on a few things. But that's a good episode if you are into that coniston if you're into your business in your promoting your content in your ideas and And you lock bitty gary on europe breakfast than I think that episode was a good one episode episode. Thirty seven was why it's important. You style yes. This is such a good episode on your look again. This is one of those things where like all man. We're gonna suck. It's like dude. You good. This is the best upset over three three episodes letters. Another best episode ever. I think we started to really get on a on a podcast level us. We started to get into a real rhythm All just how bouncing back and forth with each other and this was a really good show purely about why we think the import like valya is the key the key ingredient to success. I think that was. I was and i think that's auto says it will ladies important you file lucky for us. Where nearing one hundred episodes haven't felt yet but But but my family is a necessary falling effects it is machiavelli and with mock raphel is understanding what that is re correcting whatever. But it's i think we're as we discussed in the show if it's like win win win win win all the time and you magically get to the top somehow because it can happen Yeah con deal with the other side of the mountain if you've always climbed without any adversity you you need to. You need to be able to and leads onto the next one because you can't. You can't climb the mountain not fail everything. Go everything got really really good And not fail along the.

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"gary type" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"gary type" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

"You're listening to the keep more noble radio show helping transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths is your host. He hello welcome to another episode. This episode we're talking about paul costs and the fierce people have about being pulled costs and who better to discuss that with the my friend gary jones because after six years of having his own podcast and producing people's paul counts for the last three years to help other businesses and communities to tell this story via podcasting. That's what he does his. Name's gary jones. He's my guest today. Hey gary how you doing. So i am doing aches. Learn how you doing. You're right fantastic. Fantastic as always thank you so much. We we've heard what you do. But is gary type. Gary is a blake who lives in the millions of the you can be honest. I'm just nosey to hit people stories An and not make all teach them how to create the contents. Let's can resonate And video bloodstream. And especially podcast on my back time. Stay outside would got. I love comics. I love walking my dogs. I'm just a leaky hawks. Brilliant brilliant so. I you know talking about podcasting how i guess we should stop. How did you get into cussing at so. It was one often. I was just slowly and i stumbled across a radio station Liquidations can meet radio station. I just approached him to become a guest on one of shares. Y- just initiate message tag mid say hey defensively which like needs to come on twenty. It will show as gets they can. If you love it. I had a community where i was network with. Different people lincoln. Different people with other people in deir in could make good Podcast who shape. So that's why we'll just trenched up and had two days later. I never me my talk show on that station. So i had initially two weeks. How podcast on let's Especially to lead has podcast used. My mobile device didn't have enough time When uncut listen to podcasts before short crates Is conclude didn't listen to him. It's unclear why of thinking about it. So that's how. I thought she just send a message but honestly what i did was i taste myself in the eyes of the coffee of the people who were looking looking for sent his art time so i may deal chancey but i yeah. I guess that's what it's about you you basically reached out and because of that same thing started rolling in way way you want now began certain that the action. Yes i radio sheriff. Who kind of wet weekly They asked me how to use it. And i said what would you omniscient increases on. Yeah despondency weekly not naturally Said in good stead. Full making a weekly podcast nature and it was. It was fun. it was a Defecit wasn't funded. Totals eight thousand meter. governor you the recording different bits. Imagine sixty minutes Episode when you talk in in -til view listeners. Mr been just themselves away from because it was it was terrible and berry very good. And i'm glad it's be instead stuff however yeah it's eight house to create this depsite. Not that. i realized that she might. Passion is talking to people on him they cook. I mean just basically just token johnson so that's been full consecutive. Did an old way group escape guests nuts. Wet mud percussion jimmy rudy stocks powell. Just talking to people until people listening to that stories and then she in for what a bit of the is so powerful. Isn't it to your brain so many perspectives so many areas where you never even assaulted plus make i guess in a way it makes it easier for the the podcast creator because you have to. You have to create less context have guests each time we're also helping to create content trade navy style but will say put different. Push it because if you talk. Kid nuclear By by south. You've got one person who you're trying to managing an who you'll try to coach And that she saw. Angie compact got much easier than interview. 'cause you have no idea what best is gonna said Says that you can pet him and a much out took by a baby about how it's made the guest feel the eatings but is you can cloudy to prepare but you. I didn't date unless you really know what business gonna say. You don't want to say that instead of violation speech in cooler when you'll experience someone way to put. Actually yes improv. blase nadia. what's gonna come on then very true and you say well we. We will talk a little bit later on in this episode. How all could clinton against it. He's got were. Were looking at the fears. People have rampant counts from two different areas Directions would look at They the fears at margin concerns. Put podcast have as a as a host of a show before we get into that Let's take a look at some of the more common fears that that Guests have about being on a podcast because for some people some people eight eight is. Love is water off a duck's back for some people. It can be really terrifying. Thought my car. I'm going to be on a podcast so in your experience when you doing this for for six years now your experience what. Some of them will call an fears. People have about being a guest. and how can they. How can the address and overcome those question on eight on against free different points. A and the fist is that they believe that it's it comes down south compulsively. What was getting really. Wanna listen to me you know. They believe in s story on a date. Believe artistry day on the solution could still get out to the topic Which could come from not wanting to step into both people not wanting to shed. You may ship for the end days. What about in south belief is no having constance to say when i talked about even if it's kind day in day out in the out soon. cameroon's Threes up because agents stopped believing what they want site..

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"gary type" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:23 min | 10 months ago

"gary type" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"That. Definition of ageism sure eight just as typically defined as prejudice or discrimination on the grounds of a person's age so it's basically you're discriminating against person based on their age. Only often cited Area of ageism is in hr human resources that people feel ageism in recruitment specifically in hiring is a problem and it is it. Is you hear quite often well. I'm older. I don't think i'm going to get hired. And it's i think people feel They don't look at gosh. You know older workers are the best had the best success with older workers. They are on time they They care they have the cherney They don't call out sick. Do you remember. Do you remember that movie a pardon me but you remember that movie. I believe it was I believe it was deniro. At the believers bob de niro who winners in in as a secretary. He was like sixty years old and he went into the jobs as secretary any turned out to be the best secretaries. Or what's that intern. He was an end. Oh he was an intern. He was an intern. But it was such a good portrayal of what An older person the value that an older person can bring to the job environment. The work environment right and it was know the narrow was really great in that. Movie the stereotype. That's how we think and the prejudice which is how we feel And the discriminations how we act when you breakdown ageism prison who has encouraged this is how you feel and yeah i feel like stereotyping. How you think gary typing and your brain which is terrible. Sometimes we're believed to them. Prejudice is how you feel and discriminations how you act toward others based on age jackie. You're you're reading the dissertation you're doing your your second ph no One is obviously one wasn't enough But you writing on ageism. What kinds of you know. I'm sure you're out there and you. You have well in your in your field. You have seen lots of examples but in your research. You've seen lots of examples. Gimme gimme a couple examples of of what this ageism looks like in real life in defined it technically but what does it look like in in a family said in a family situation or work situation. Either one okay. Well gosh i say in a family situation you might see. You might be taking your get to the doctors assisting hey dad i wanna go with you. 'cause you're thinking is memory isn't as good as it used to be and you walk in. The doctor looks at you. The daughter are the sun and says oh how dad doing and your dad sitting right there so say please don't please don't treat them like they're dead so you you. They are in the room even if someone is so impaired. Maybe they're late stage alzheimer's and you're going to the doctors who can't talk about them in front of them because then you are. You're not acknowledging them that they're in the room right so even if they're very impaired when i go to doing sussman i will say hi mr smith. How are you. my name's jackie. i'm here to assess your situation. Or i want to get to know you because maybe that might that might give them some fear so maybe assessments a bad word. But i'll say i wanted to get to know you and And he may not even be able to speak to words. And i know that i can tell but i'm still going to ask him. How how are you doing. And if you don't see anything back in my blanket me whatever. It doesn't matter you still have to acknowledge that person so you can always tell. A physician is compassionate kind and loving toward older adult. And i have one Ira non-permanent allowed to use names. But he's a doctor abney. Who the tony superstar. Tell us who is super super easy superstar gerontologist or geriatrician and he he does house calls now a physician that does house. 'cause you have to think to yourself. He's getting paid by medicare very little to drive to someone's home to care for them. He's not a concierge. He is in charge. Extra doesn't care. He goes in that home. Spends double the time in a doctor's in california house calls are paid for. And it's so nice that we have doctors. That'll do it but you can tell from the minute he comes in to see your mom. He just looks at her and asked how she's doing. Mike i just gave you the example and then he'll say is it. Okay that gertrude. Can i talk to your daughter about some of your issues lately. So that's just to kind of doing it. But insensitive person looks over them. You know talks over them. Another example of ageism is the doctor her over treating maybe over ordering tests putting them through lot for financial game or under treating well. Your mom just has dementia. There's nothing we can do about. Why do you want to test her urine. Well maybe you don't want your mom to suffer with a urinary tract infection with dimensions. You can't tell you they don't get the same symptoms. They get agitated and violent with urinary tract infection. Wouldn't it be better to treat that with an antibiotic than her going to the er and then going to the nursing home and then going to the i mean under treating cost us billions of dollars. We think three billion dollars a year on them under treaty. Because if we treat older adult you know they would have to go the er and medicare then has to pay that and the family of their example. We consider ageism you it sounds to me like in my simplified terms or more simple terms simplified but my simple terms is really simply a matter it simply but it's a matter of humanizing this dehumanizing people this is this is making the like non existent and and what you're suggesting is to acknowledge their presence to acknowledge their humanity and that they are they are still human beings and and we are not treating them. Were not acting as such right and by the way this can happen to any person. Maybe a person wheelchair you know. I had a girlfriend who was a speech therapist and she said jackie. I fell and broke my hip now. She's young like sixty she said. I experienced ageism. I said what wear you're so young. She said well. I was in the hospital. And because i hadn't dyed my hair and makeup on and i felt very Frail and my diabetes kicked in and i looked terrible. I really felt like the physical therapy has like. Oh can you really participate today for shag onto.

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"gary type" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"gary type" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"What is the louis francois gayer. Yes yes the gary types. I camera my. This is my second. Favorite usage of daguerreotypes in media other than life is strange the video game. Yeah the first episode like the strange to'real thing in the in the classroom me of that roast professor teaching together. It's you ever played. life is life is strange. It's quite good quite good. If i want to read a book i will. It's quite good. You did read a book. It's called disco elise eum. It's a very long book. So the the good thing about rusty is so sassy dire whose name. I'm probably butchering as on the phone sky. In like he hangs up on them yes and later when he arrives at home. Rusty is kind of like you know outside kelly. Everything good all things. Good yup and like Very like non forthcoming with like and then finally it comes onto sasha. Look i'm sorry. I hung up on you like that. Felt like a real genuine person moment because it was great. It was a really good. Because he's like i like going out but listen. That was rude. i was wrong. Do you wanna talk about. And they made up. This weirdly heartwarming. I. it's always good to see a multimillionaire. Treatment is his staff with some modicum of humanity. Wasn't there a early on in the episode where exhumed in a characters face Another character just said buoy off for some reason. Yeah that happened in literally the opening of this. Yeah so so. Layla shows up at the crew. Hey hey hang out and tells tony to read a hey. Sasha dire needs to meet your something wrong than for no reason the only line cisco hats in this in this episode feels like he looks right into the camera and goes buja for no reason or absolutely a reason and also cisco's other line is he finds a fro yo because apparently frilly of the thing that we wanna keep bringing back and then at the very and i don't know if he says.

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"gary type" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"gary type" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"I'll hook you right up. That will be that. Okay? So, John, if you weren't surprised as surprised seeing what you saw on Saturday, unset on last Saturday Saturday night. Joe Joe Milton had to jump off the page for you. I mean, for for a guy who has been waiting his turn of and played sparingly. I mean, he played. He played sparingly, Not a lot and This offense. We heard this office. He learned this offense He had a year in under Josh Garrett's got a chance to meet with coach Gattis and different things like that. It's almost to the form that they they. They fitted this offense around his abilities. The way he was throwing the ball the way he was running the ball the way he was doing things like Wow, you were. I mean, he had me go. Wow in the first quarter in his in the third, Siri's I'm like, Whoa, Okay, this young man knows what he's doing. And you? I got to give Josh Gaddis Ah lot of credit in his play, calling. Oh, there's no doubt about it. You know when you Ah ahs Muchas we don't like to give a whole lot of credit there. Ah, whole lot of friendliness toward one, urban Meyer. Guy knows what he's talking about. And I heard him on the Big 10 network saying that they guys have figured it out. They've got a really spread offense here, I pro spread offense. Ah, now that you know you tried a few years back, and and that didn't work out so well because they weren't playing any defence and a lot of other things, but ah, thing about it is They just looked impressive in so many ways. Ah and Joe Milton was at the very forefront of that He had thrown 11 passes in his career at Michigan in AA couple years on DH. Now we comes out in the first game and throws twice that. In one game. Ah, complete 68% and throws a touchdown pass. Everything's under control. There's nothing picked off when he needs to run. He runs effectively. Hey, just did everything right? And you know, I like the story. Uh, About, um Getting the pre game speech beforehand and Ben Mason going before the team saying, Look, we're going to go out there and protect this guy and block and this is his moment and he's going to do it. And boy, you know, Was he ever the profit there Because that's exactly what Joe Milton did. Like. I said the most encouraging performance. Bye. Ah, by a newcomer at that position in a long, long time for Michigan. I mean, I wrote a column going into it talking about Ah, about Tom Brady's debut. And you know, Tom Brady turned out to be pretty decent, but he didn't He? He did not start that way at Notre Dame in his first game. Ah, you know, they Took it on the chin there, but this one I'm telling you that this kid is not only put together physically, everything that was said About him learning touch him learning to control it him learning this offense all the time. He spent all these months that that he didn't go home. He stayed here and and kept learning kept absorbing, kept working with other people. It all culminated in performance that nobody outside again of Shim Bechler Hall Anticipate. John kind of in the same line there of encouraging performances. We're on the defense. Ah, you know, I knew a little bit about quitting pay. And Aidan Hutchinson. I didn't know much about Michael Barrett. But, man, hey, had a heck of a game everywhere, man. Ah, that God could hit Making plays, making plays on special teams. Covering a fumble 60 some yard run there. Anybody else pops to mind of encouraging performances in a Barrett? You know, I can't talk enough about him. But I don't know him and and others that you Who else? Well, I mean, you talk about Bharat also chasing the play down from the back side. I mean, yes, he was. He was very, very good in that spot. We knew about the defensive ends, but You know when you actually see it on get reminded of it. That's that's always a good thing. You know, Aidan Hutchinson was getting getting held on more plays than not getting double teamed. And so he was drawing. Ah, Your shot, Gary type of attention the other day and and that opened things up for quitting. Pay to Ah, go and throw three sacks almost in a row. On them. You know, you got to see a guy like Macari page, get get his first steps in there and then it doesn't know it. It, um The downside of that was losing Dexter Hill the injury, but it does not sound like that's a long term thing. Um, I was impressed. I would say I was impressed with the cornerbacks. Especially Set against expectations because a lot of people quite frankly, we're worried. Alright, Vincent Gray and ah, German green. What? What are they going to do? Um And I think that they they held up admirably against a veteran quarterback in the Big 10 and reshot Bateman, who is among the best receivers in the big 10. So I think that was probably defensively, the biggest encouragement on the biggest Step forward of relatively new guys. In addition to Ah, Mike Barrett John with without the fanfare without the without the fans being allowed into the stadium of Is this Michigan? Michigan State game? Not is big not. I mean, with the play of Michigan State versus Rutgers, are Is it not getting.

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"gary type" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It up twenty percent they can put up a hundred percent if they want are you look at the CC and are the only thing I can't do is arbitrarily and capriciously put it up we can't for example triple it for no reason you look at the CC and ours and that you'll see that H. R. ways I have the ability to do virtually everything and anything they want the boards if it is reasonable if it is necessary and I'm assuming that when they jacked up twenty percent they said because of increased costs or because we hired a new management company that we're gonna get additional services or we found out about the new roof if the repair group which I called you about a couple of months ago so I did take your advice and they are going to get it was done but I know Noone is use of gone up well sure everybody everybody I mean everybody's a Jeff to repair a new roof they're going to Jack up the rates are I mean I have a condo where the rates went up pretty substantially because we had to put in money strangely enough for a new rules and it was us and roofs by the way on condo association buildings are not cheap they're pretty good size and so the reserves weren't enough in a jerk them up that's all yes they can do that as long as it's not crazy okay thank you all right welcome to the world of a choice but then again think of this and that is all let's say you own a home a private home and you need a new roof what do you think that's going to cost relative to paying an additional sixty eight dollars a month for ever you're sure as hell not going to get a new roof for sixty dollars a month that's never going to happen hello Lawrence welcome to handle on the law yes my son alone his own vehicle but he does not have car insurance he does not live with my wife and I but he does receive mail there if he gets in an accident can anybody see me no to me they can are they could sue me if your son gets into a car accident sure but the answer is you're not liable whatsoever just because he's a male here so that is not a worry at all not even close yep I kept welcome to handle on the law hello yes Brian recovers some family heirlooms they were sent to my cousin well my mom years ago hi my mom is probably eighty five ship passed now and the cousin won't send them back hi how many years has it been published by all right all right I still go for an older you have to figure out if there's a statue there or not because you've just discovered it and there could be upon discovery I in there may be no statute or you could be that there is a stop or waiver if there is no specific statute because what you're doing is asking for return of property and under common law I don't think there is a specific time limit it's what the courts would determine a reasonable time limit so odd yeah you can demanded back into court and get a court order that's the only way you're gonna do it you have to know if he still has the card in it in another state that doesn't matter you get a court order you can get one in California get one over in that other state and the mandate is it in the wheel well by the way that they're yours no so why do you have a claim to it because you're the son and he's a cousin yeah so my mother on them for years and then she sent them to this cause them with instructions to send them back all right so this is from the house and where those instructions unfortunately that was probably in the letter five years ago and you don't have it correct okay so cousin says you're out of your mind mom sent them to me and there is no instructions any place that said I'm supposed to return them she sent them to me how do you refute that mom was eighty five at the time and we know she told us these are to be returned or exchanged mine years and she changed her mind you don't have any proof the presumption is with your cousin now how many of you are willing to say no that's what not a mom's wishes were not three of us maybe all right well then you know talk to a lawyer and dies you're gonna pay money for this by the way I don't think that you're not gonna end up writing a check to a lawyer what do you know if the heirlooms are still there no no idea okay so cousin can say they are long gone and I think they do you can say I got ex number of dollars for the more I gave them away I mean you got you got an up hill battle my friend of Bob a real steep one but go ahead and call a lawyer and see where you stand be support don't be surprised lawyer says you have a very very thin case now write a retainer for three thousand dollars twenty five hundred or five thousand dollars and I'll get on it I mean that's a we might try we might not know give it a shot what kind of heirlooms are we talking about by the way area types which are really old yeah yeah those are among the back is labeled U. S. grant well again you don't know regional yeah I mean to Gary types are they can be very valuable depending on but some of them are worth forty Bucks or four hundred dollars and then there's some that are utterly priceless so that's the other issue the value if he sold them if he has them so you you've got some real issues to say the least this is handle on the long C. B. D. products or cannabis but they don't give you the high this is actually about health concerns I'm sure you heard about C. B. D. products and millions of people across the country use it maybe you should explore it the benefits of marijuana without the high a hundred percent legal requires no prescription and health testimonials are very impressive at my house we use CBT products my wife for her arthritis my daughter for pain I mean this stuff really works and I would suggest you look in the CBD products for whatever health concerns you may have now where you get C. B. D..

"gary type" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"As Sam so we had to put in money strangely enough for a new rules and it was us and roofs by the way on condo association buildings are not cheap they're pretty good size and so the reserves weren't enough in a jerk them up that's all yes they can do that as long as it's not crazy okay thank you all right welcome to the world of a choice but then again think of this and that is all let's say you own a home a private home and you need a new roof what do you think that's going to cost relative to paying an additional sixty eight dollars a month for ever you're sure as hell not gonna get a new roof for sixty dollars a month that's never going to happen hello Lawrence welcome to handle on the law yes my son alone his own vehicle but he does not have car insurance he does not live with my wife and I but he does receive mail there if he gets in an accident can anybody see me no I mean they can they can sue me if your son gets into a car accident sure but the answer is you're not liable whatsoever just because he's a male here so that is not a worry at all not even close yep I kept welcome to handle on the law hello yes Brian recovers from family heirlooms there were sent to my cousin well my mom years ago the time my mom is probably eighty five years past now and the cousin won't send them back hi how many years has it been published by all right all right I still go for an older you have to figure out if there's a statue there or not because you've just discovered it and there could be upon discovery I in there may be no statute or you could be that there is a stop or waiver if there is no specific statute because what you're doing is asking for return of property and under common law I don't think there is a specific time limit it's what the courts would determine a reasonable time limit so odd yeah you can demanded back into court and get a court order that's the only way you're gonna do it you have to know if you still have those items the card in it in another state that doesn't matter you get a court order you can get one in California get one over in that other state and the mandate is it in the wheel well by the way that they're yours no so why do you have a claim to it because you're the sign and he's a cousin yeah so my mother on them for years and then she sent them to this cause them with instructions to send them back all right so this is from the house and where those instructions unfortunately that was probably in the letter five years ago and you don't have it correct okay so cousin says you're out of your mind mom sent them to me and there is no instructions any place that said I'm supposed to return them she sent them to me how do you refute that mom was eighty five at the time and we know she told us these are to be returned or exchanged mine years and she changed her mind you don't have any proof the presumption is with your cousin now how many of you are willing to say no that's what not mom's wishes were not three of us maybe all right well then you know talk to a lawyer and does so you're gonna pay money for this by the way I don't think that you're not gonna end up writing a check to a lawyer do you know if the heirlooms are still there no no idea okay so cousin can say they are long gone and I think they do you can say I got ex number of dollars for the more I gave them away I mean you got you got an up hill battle my friend Bob a real steep one but go ahead and call a lawyer and see where you stand be support don't be surprised lawyer says you have a very very thin case now write a retainer for three thousand dollars twenty five hundred or five thousand dollars and I'll get on it coming that day we might try we might not know give it a shot what kind of heirlooms are we talking about by the way Gerry types which are really old yeah yeah those are among the back is labeled U. S. grant well again you don't know yeah I mean to Gary types are they can be very valuable depending but some of them are worth forty Bucks or four hundred dollars and then there's some that are utterly priceless so that's the other issue the value if he sold them if he has them so you've you've got some real issues to say the least this is handle on the long who's news radio six ninety K. T. S. M. three B. D. products or cannabis but they don't give you the high this is actually about health concerns I'm sure you heard about C. B. D. products and millions of people across the country use it maybe you should explore it the benefits of marijuana without the high hopes sent legal requires no prescription and health testimonials are very impressive at my house we use C. B. D. products my wife for her arthritis my daughter for pain I mean this stuff really works and I would suggest you looking to see beauty products for whatever health concerns you may have now.

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"gary type" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ma'am my home owners use all three hundred forty dollars every month they have been for one full year and now the UP of anything generator for us the putting up twenty percent that sixty eight dollars but can you go to four hundred and eight is there a limit can they put it up twenty percent they can put up a hundred percent if they want are you look at the CC and are the only thing I can't do is arbitrarily and capriciously put it up they can't for example triple it for no reason you look at the CC and ours and that you'll see that H. your ways I have the ability to do virtually everything and anything they want the boards if it is reasonable if it is necessary and I'm assuming that when they jacked up twenty percent they said because of increased costs or because we hired a new management company that we're gonna get additional services or we found out about the new roof repaired roof which I called you about a couple of months ago so I did take your advice and they are going to get it was done but I know Noone is use of going out well sure everybody everybody I mean everybody's a Jeff to repair a new roof they're going to Jack up the rates are I mean I have a condo where the rates went up pretty substantially because we had to put in money strangely enough for a new rules and it was a set and roofs by the way on condo association buildings are not cheap they're pretty good size and so the reserves weren't enough in a jerk them up that's all yes they can do that as long as it's not crazy okay thank you all right welcome to the world of a choice but then again think of this and that is all let's say you own a home a private home and you need a new roof what do you think that's going to cost relative to paying an additional sixty eight dollars a month for ever you're sure as hell not gonna get a new roof for sixty dollars a month that's never going to happen hello Lawrence welcome to handle on the law yes Marcelo all owned his own vehicle but it does not have car insurance he does not live with my wife and I but he does receive mail there if he gets in an accident can anybody see me no I mean they can they can sue me if your son gets into a car accident sure but the answer is you're not liable whatsoever just because he's a male here so that is not a worry at all not even close yep I kept welcome to handle on the law hello yes Brian recovers from family heirlooms they were sent to my cousin well my mom years ago hi my mom is probably eighty five shift passed now and the cousin won't send them back hi how many years as a band published by all right all right I still go for an older yeah figure out if there's a statue there or not because you've just discovered it and there could be upon discovery I in there may be no statute or you could be that there is a stop or waiver if there is no specific statute because what you're doing is asking for return of property and under common law I don't think there is a specific time limit it's what the courts would determine a reasonable time limit so odd yeah you can demanded back into court and get a court order that's the only way you're gonna do it you have to know if he still does I don't the card in it in another state that doesn't matter you get a court order you can get one in California get one over in that other state and the mandate is it in the wheel well by the way that they're yours no so why do you have a claim to it because you're the son and he's a cousin yeah so my mother on them for years and then she sent them to this cause them with instructions to send them back all right so those instructions and where those instructions unfortunately now is probably in the letter five years ago and you don't have it correct okay so cousin says you're out of your mind mom sent them to me and there is no instructions any place that said I'm supposed to return them she sent them to me how do you refute that mom was eighty five at the time and we know she told us if you were to be returned exchange for mine years and she changed her mind you don't have any proof the presumption is with your cousin now how many of you are willing to say no that's what not a mom's wishes were not three of us maybe all right well then you know talk to a lawyer and does so you're gonna pay money for this by the way I don't think that you're not gonna end up writing a check to a lawyer what do you know if the heirlooms are still there no no idea okay so cousin can say they are long gone and I think they do you can say I got ex number of dollars for the more I gave them away I mean you got you got an up hill battle my friend Bob a real steep one but go ahead and call a lawyer and see where you stand be support don't be surprised lawyer says you have a very very thing case now write a retainer for three thousand dollars twenty five hundred or five thousand dollars and I'll get on I mean okay we might try we might not know give it a shot what kind of heirlooms are we talking about by the way the area of types which are really old yeah yeah those are among the back is labeled U. S. grant well again you don't know yeah I mean to Gary types are they can be very valuable depending but some of them are worth forty Bucks or four hundred dollars and then there's some that are utterly priceless so that's the other issue the value if he sold them if he has them so you've you've got some real issues to say the least this is handle on the long C. B. D. products or cannabis but they don't give you the high this is actually about health concerns I'm sure you heard about C. B. D. products and millions of people across the country use it maybe you should explore it the benefits of marijuana without the high hopes and legal requires no prescription and health testimonials are very impressive at my house we use CBT products my wife for her arthritis my daughter for pain I mean this stuff really works and I would suggest you look in the CBD products for whatever health concerns you may have now where you get C. B. D..

"gary type" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All owned his own vehicle but it does not have car insurance he does not live with my wife and I but he does receive mail there if he gets in an accident can anybody see me no I mean they can they can sue me if your son gets into a car accident sure but the answer is you're not liable whatsoever just because he's a male here so that is not a worry at all not even close hello yes Brian recovers from family heirlooms they were sent to my cousin well my mom years ago hi my mom is probably eighty five she had passed now and the cousin won't send them back hi how many years has it been published by all right all right I still go for an older you have to figure out if there's a statue there or not because you've just discovered it and there could be upon discovery I in there may be no statute were you could be that there is a stop or waiver if there is no specific statute because what you're doing is asking for return of property and under common law I don't think there is a specific time limit it's what the courts would determine a reasonable time limit so odd yeah you can demanded back into court and get a court order that's the only way you're gonna do it you have to know if he still learn to turn it in another state that doesn't matter you get a court order you can get one in California get one over in that other state and the mandate is it in the wheel well by the way that they're yours no so why do you have a claim to it because you're the son and he's a cousin yeah so my mother on them for years and then she sent them to this cousin with instructions to send them back all right so those instructions and where those instructions unfortunately that was probably in the letter five years ago and you don't have it correct okay so because he says you're out of your mind mom sent them to me and there is no instructions any place that said I'm supposed to return them she sent them to me how do you refute that mom was eighty five at the time and we know she told us these are to be returned or exchanged or mine years and she changed her mind you don't have any proof the presumption is with your cousin now how many of you are willing to say no that's what not a mom's wishes were not three of us maybe all right or not you know talk to a lawyer and does so you're gonna pay money for this by the way I don't think that you're not gonna end up writing a check to a lawyer do you know if the heirlooms are still there no no idea okay so cousin can say they are long gone and I think they do you can say I got ex number of dollars for the more I gave them away you got an up hill battle my friend Bob a real steep one but go ahead and call a lawyer and see where you stand be support don't be surprised lawyer says you have a very very thing case now write a retainer for three thousand dollars twenty five hundred or five thousand dollars I'll get on it okay we might try we might not know give it a shot what kind of your lives are we talking about by the way area types which are really old yeah yeah those are among the back is labeled U. S. grant well again you don't know regional yeah I mean to Gary types are they can be very valuable depending on but some of them are worth forty Bucks or four hundred dollars and then there's some that are utterly priceless so that's the other issue the value if he sold them if he has them so you you've got some real issues to say the least this is handle on the lawn hi bill handle this is K. eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado C. B. D. products or cannabis but they don't give you the high this is actually about health concerns I'm sure you heard about C. B. D. products and millions of people across the country use it maybe you should explore it the benefits of marijuana without the high a hundred percent legal requires no prescription and health testimonials are very impressive at my house we use CBT products my wife for her arthritis my daughter for pain I mean this stuff really works and I would suggest you look in the CBD products for whatever health concerns you may have now where you get C. B. D..

"gary type" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Center staircase towards our lobby and there's a landing giant is for it's in a gilded frame house. It's got to be at least for or for a foot by three foot large picture. It's fantastic. It's a fake daguerreotype idea because you were playing look it up. Folk folks folks really big words french words on this show it down for you because no way we couldn't afford daguerreotype so he faked. It shows us really gary types but not us. We're on cable channel so but what were the years that you were there with an here ninety five yes near the christmas time yup i i started in november and then if you go seventeen years after that i left in august <hes> so i don't know i don't remember exactly the year i left but it was seventeen after ninety thousand twelve okay that seems a little early does seem early. I don't know i just see trying to diminish your legacy or challenge my math unless it was only two thousand thirteen. I'm not even <unk>. I think two thousand thirteen might make more sense okay well. It's your life right. No exact for the biographers yeah yeah. I wish i really honestly don't know okay all right. I live life. I i don't know i don't have like because nothing happened. As soon as i left i i did a road trip and hung out and i started doing something like the following january right and none of those are connected to me two years. I don't measure things i guess in years as of this was twenty fifteen who now but you i missed you. There and i started in early twenty fourteen so i know that you were gone nine. Two thousand thirteen sounds right but you know here's a little challenge to the listen to frighten avoided you for a year while he's that possible. What's the challenge listeners what year where did i leave brian's giving you all. I want to write a postcard and send it in correcting tame guide and we don't have an address so that's a further challenge but good luck good luck to you listeners but anyway it was an remarkable gig have so you've been there two thousand fourteen yeah yeah remarkable nowhere near seventeen years but no we it's so funny. We talked to stack who believe it or not rumors exact. It's forever yeah well. He's amazing. He's amazing and he always like he reminds back. Brian stack remembers every single interns name and i do not and so i would say to him like oh who is like. I have such trouble remembering names. It'd be like nah yeah yeah me too. That's and then he knows every single one of them so i think he he sympathizes and he tries to make it seem like yeah you to feel bad but then you feel bad because the shaking hands and ask them about their dogs and stuff like that then he deliberately tries to show you up in front of boy former insurance. It's a classic stack move classic but a huge just talk about all the stuff that like i think you were the king of coming up with stuff in the writers right and that's right. I was <music>..

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"gary type" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Whole bunch of injuries across the front of the line Randy Brooks is back from an Achilles six or seven months after surgery which is very impressive I just wonder about that yeah they they drafted Andriy dealer good left tackle in the draft so I think that's going to help but again when you have one of the better off as a minor league you what those guys to stay healthy and be together for sixteen weeks I'm not a hundred percent sure that they have the ability to do that and of course that affects car to win in his ability to stay healthy as well talking to Brian Westbrook right now on CBS sports radio be wise you know this is a business with the cowboys yeah busy Kelly at looking for a new contract is not a free agent until twenty twenty one though dax Ginn Amari Cooper free agents at the end of the year and chasing Garrett is in the final year of his contract could business maybe get in the way and prevent the cowboys with the possible distractions of who's going to get a contract or not I could prevent them from being the team they want today well I think business certainly has been a distraction so a lot of players throughout the years I think if Jerry Jones and really the best thing he's had in a very long time you know what I think about it we talk about from top to bottom probably one of the better teams he's had for a little bit I think you're pretty smart he gets the business out of the way and allows the guy's a focus on the games what you don't want is a quarterback this mad at the culture that the the ownership group you don't want to run it back you know I always think and you know it if I do this I may get hurt you may not get paid you want this team to be good off the field so all they have to worry about is on the field type of things you know you have a young squad like they kind of do really a young quarterback young when it back you want to take your you've got to allow them to focus solely on the game I I hope that that doesn't come into play for the cowboys this year let me ask you about two running backs before we let Brian Westbrook Ron and talk about the Brian Westbrook fret foundation in just a moment as well Melvin Gordon he's missed some games over the years but he's a heck of a talent he's looking for a new deal right now I give me thought some Melvin also Todd Gurley who got paid but is big deal Mr managers as well yeah I I I really like both of those guys of course I I I look milk orders but he's able to bring to the team and you talk about a guy that can hurt you both in the run game a past game he can he can run outside and inside he can run up power Gary type of style but he also come with a little finesse to make people miss he's a big back I I love the week what they're able to do without all sense for the charges on your course you add them battering quarterback like Philip rivers with some big time receiver Keenan Allen out there it is hard to stop that teens in when you add a running back that can catch the ball just as good as any other receiver running back in the league that that he he seems to be a threat and and listen I was the guy that believes that if you've got a if you ever want to back that you're not taking it out of the game I got it you're going to get you know between fifteen and twenty carried the game even the cat four five balls per game you paying and you take care of them you don't wait you don't want to wait three breaks down you payment take care and of course this is now the great but you're not going to the money not I don't have to pay these guys I'll let my guys the I will by god to be happy and healthy now Todd Gurley he concerns with just a bit and I understand that I know how it feels at the end of the season and your body just doesn't feel right it concerns me because I had a degenerative knee issue and I tore my ACL in ninety six and I played a long time and SO nine years and every every single game every single year my knee was hurting every single year it never gets better and when I hear that Todd Gurley have something similar to me that that's that that's just bad news that to me that means he won't get a bunch better as far as health wise in you'll always be okay it's beginning the year then as the year goes on as far as based on his usage he'll get a little bit work a little bit more injury prone and I never want to see a guy with that type of time to go out because of injury does so I hope he's doing everything he can I'm sure you to re you have to step in that lake of the woods that that neat I'm just concerned a bit about as usage that early on but later on in the season I'm sure McVeigh will make sure that that that they don't over use you want to see that because they certainly need them when they make their playoff your former coach in Andy Reid ever win a Super Bowl you know I hear a great song last year the pieces just couldn't show up I think the issue they spent a lot of time and money trying to solidify that these threats if the office comes close to what they were last year I think they have a really good chance the one thing that concerns me is that your repair your quarterback you know my homes obviously last year to speak five year what do defenses do this year to try to catch up with them they have a bunch of tape on him they're going to try to force them to do all the things that he that he does that that he doesn't do very well and we want to see and I wanna see I'm curious to see what how he was response to that in what he can do to kind of you know keep these deacons off balance last year he took the league by storm with the arm talent in lakes to get outside the pocket if somebody's grows but how does the system respond this year the NFL it's one of those weeks with that are you had a great year last year but what can you do this year because we're changing our entire defense to try to stop everything that you did last year this will be a pivotal year will pass in the homes he was before me a lecture on tell me about the Brian Westbrook foundation the floor is yours my friend well I appreciate that that will we started the wireless for foundation last year in Willie it yet it's surrounds my horse farm I bought my first one back in ninety two thousand and six in in the U. we operated as a boarding sponsor about eleven years and you know that was a good really good business for us we were we were for for a lot of that time but you know I thought we wanted to get back more my wife my my wife and myself we want to help more our community in so we we turn that horse farm into an empowerment center for kids in so now you know kids they have the ability to learn trade fear carpentry electricity elect electrical work made missile cars things like that they learn those types of trades as well the sports writing and getting back to the basics which means hard work discipline in sacrifice that's going to be a recipe for success in Europe foundation we're doing everything we can to make sure that our children and our communities are successful in so that's basically what we're doing trying to trying to empower our children's children to resume skills children some financial literacy things as well as small things like smoother sit down at a dinner table which wanted there for which one of their bread and a napkin and or drink show them how to be successful in the future and if we can do that I think that we can go to much better and stronger no great job better you anything I can do to help please let me know Brian Westbrook former eagles running back here with us on CBS sports radio BeOS can't thank you enough exact figures.

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"gary type" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Oh have. keep things rolling on a monday and basically i cleared the decks you know we're going to have mattie many barrows talking niners and i know there's some of you out there going i don't care about any of these guys i care about the niner's all right well and hopefully join us tomorrow I don't know. i'm not putting that in front of this right a love these guys i like the niners you know side get that i get the person who's like i wanna talk sports and and the only sports guy we're going to have on here today is the great hang schule just because i just think i don't know i just felt like i want to keep hang schule in his regular spot i'm kind of making all the calls today so that i'm saying thumbs up to schule barrows maybe later in the week and and larry harris tomorrow so so we're just reacting to the news of the weekend which was i mean you know there's so many sports things going on that we will get to throughout the week we'll plenty of time for all of it but the big news is that and what the text line is asking you keep referring to these changes but you know could you could you go over it again so cumulus media has signed greg papa to a multi year deal he's gonna host with john lund and that is they're gonna start on tuesday july the sixteenth so on tuesday july the sixteenth a you know the the lineup will be copeland in the leadoff spot five to six then murph and mac and their regular spots six to ten and then instead of instead of mean gary will be papa and lund and then that goes till two and then tolbert will come on at two and then somehow i mean brooks will join him and hopefully i won't screw up tommy show and then at six mark willard will do his thing until ten so we gets an extra hour you get an extra hour willard that's all little subplot to the single and and then ten to twelve you get you offer doing his thing at night off with maybe as the best best pipes of all time six five before we go back to the lines i'm gonna miss hearing him during my lunch hour the last twenty years always you guys have had an awesome show gear you know i've only been with them since twenty eleven gary's been kicking ass since nineteen ninety two in the middle of the day so six five oh i'm sure i'm sure he's he's glad that you were weighing in here eight three once is bob was great and he's gonna hit the ground running wherever he goes next i don't i don't doubt that at all eight oh five says weren't you guys killing the ratings i would say i don't know this for fact but i would go as far as to say in since twenty eleven when gary and i were put together until this very moment there has been no radio show on this station or any other station in this market that has been number one more often than gary and i have been number one not taking victory laps or boasting but it's this is not about ratings this is about greg coming over aligning for the future putting together a lineup that is far and away the best lineup in the in the market far and away the best sports radio lineup maybe in the country it's definitely right there with anybody you're going to have out this a hell of a lineup as is not a lineup you're cracking anytime soon this is a damn good lineup in greg is a is enormous talent is going to add quite a bit so what else let's see larry okay i'm not reading that one six nine to five garys an institution a legend in the bay area sports talk radio landscape the light hearted banter he engaged in with the audience and with his co hosts and producers over the years was as special as his comments on sports he was one of a kind that's awesome man well said that's nine to five five oh nine where's five nine guys we have an anti five nine that's not that's that must be across the country says larry i've been coast to tears myself this morning over the news you're doing a great job gary was the best and though we often said nobody cares a lot of us do care and your take at spokane washington your take on how gary had your back in oh five brings back my own recollection of that time i was so bummed about what happened and at the same time so appreciated the way gary spoke out you guys together we're great i listened from washington i won't it won't be quite the same at ten a._m. good luck to you in in your new slot charlie and one naci wenatchee washington nine one six hey larry i heard you over the weekend that carry in bob have been let go but i didn't hear the changes okay so you reference as far as the programming schedule which go over okay so i just did just did that all right let's go let's go back to the phone lines and pugsley in west sack and he dumped him twice so we will let them talk here pugs you're on these sports leader All. All over. Befalls because it's the most little, they talk right into your talk right into the Mike because we're a little off off your cell, are you? Yep. Better. Yep. We got you all. All all all all over bowl on wall became. All of the goal of on a level of, of all. Might call or about a form of is very often. I'll always say to them. This all the well, what am I up at five still come to found the though? no why and i allowed it's called also what about jerry says she's both the mother of your call them all will also and until almost bowl of all know what else to say hugs where we're going to have to let you go because your line is no audience is not getting elevate because it's a little muffled but but your sentiments we you know came loud and came across loud and clear four way this is a great one larry for future interviews you need to ask one gary type of question in his memory like asking about julian edelman girlfriend repeatedly was an awesome i love that interview four wait i'll miss gary and nobody cares have a good retirement all right let's take another one mike's in oklahoma buddy cares thank you mike in oakland this morning on camby are good morning mike immortal larry first and foremost no p gary no no past tense speak that's right it's just love and respect and i tried to call into the morning show to give paulie yeah an idea we built this city on rag niche calls there you go you want to do a gary song Oh, I absolutely Gary would hate that Gary as well. That's what police. no you he does not want any part of that i know not but i think i think it would be fitting i wanna say that i never thought i would become my father but i listened to him growing up and now can are is the only dial on my radio when i'm working or driving personally so it it just the full cycle of love and respect for for what you guys do and if you love what you do you never work a day in your life you know my dad told me that when i was in high school said find you love to do if you do it you'll you know you do something you love you'll never work a day in your life and you'll be a healthier happier person for it and luckily my dad's still kicking out in the sunset district and i love him for that for that perspective because it's absolutely true and i say to my kids all the time you know look i've got three boys and a girl and i would say do it to it every find out what you really enjoy find out what you really passionate about find out what really is a kick in the putt kicking the pants as mardi to say about his volvo you know find out what what floats your boat and go do it and then you know you're gonna be thrilled that you're doing it i'll say this i every i don't have any there's not one morning ever that i ever the larne clock went off and banging the alarm clock dammit i gotta go in there again no the commute was the worst part of the commute still is the worst part of the day when i can't here i'm i was always thrilled to be here because you know gary was so fun i mean that's if there was one word that i would describe for to anybody who didn't get to hear gary radnich who'd be fun he's a lot of fun bills in daytona beach wants a way in this morning good morning bill hey mary how're you doing oh man it's you know this is one of those tough shows but you know i i wanna do it right because these guys mean a lot to me me too and it's almost like if you will to me 'cause i've been listening since king and the kid and bobby was franken the morning gary at noon and then you you and you have for noon or the evening you were leaving common ralph or something yeah yeah and and i have always been listening to kane byard all freaking day when i did work now i'm retired now for sure i listen every season show but it's almost like watching willie mays and willie mccovey retire in the same the end of the same season you know what i mean the two legends going at one time involved not gonna retire all moving on i didn't even know bob was going anywhere until this morning when i heard i'm talking to crew go murphy talking to cuco about bombing them bob me bomb i knew gary retire and i found that out yesterday because i was listening to watching a movie over the weekend again harlem nights i need about eighteen i love their freaking movie one of the funniest of all time when i thought i'm going to ask jerry next week if you've never seen harlem nights i know he doesn't like violence in movies this is a comedy and everybody loves eddie murphy and della reese And shot in the pinky go. And, you know, I mean maybe would if I guess I would say he has seen Harlem nights. That'd be my guess sister to yes, Arlen nights. Yes godfather now, but the you're not. yes you're not gonna you're not gonna have that again either the only guy we know on the planet that has never seen all the you know like the five star movies that have been around forever in gary and we're not going to have anybody to teach the laker inaugural love anymore i'm gonna miss that i know go back and forth and it's like water off a duck's back to your he just laughs about he left it in so i love that man he has an unbelievable personality and he's we've just been kind of lucky that he's we've had an opportunity to for him to share it with us you know because he i mean seriously who else really makes you belly laugh who else do you sit in there and nobody else in the room and you're laughing out loud not too many people man it's a that's a unique skill five five nine is gary the real oh gee six five now gary it's time to watch the godfather one end and binge-watch the housewives of the potomac or whatever else he wants to watch but seven seven my favorite gary quote of all time tim if you could find this one that's why i'm a multimillionaire That was one of my favorites as well. Shane's in Modesto. we had you have the multi the multimillionaire all right well we'll see timmy could find shane's modesto shane we'll do this one before the break how are you this morning chain just that you know i i've been thinking over all this time about you know kinda i started listening back in ninety three so it was right when kerry it i got in and just listening to all you guys over the years and and how much i sometimes i wonder if you guys really understand how much you guys are woven into the lives of all of us were you know making our commutes daily and we're driving around the bay area and just doing the things doing and how much you guys you know mean to us when you know or raising our families and we're doing what we need to do to to make things happen but you know we get the comic relief with you guys in the sports stuff and just everything that we've had over the years and i think back on just what you know gary's meant to a lot a lot of people and then what you mean and what you know murph and mac and i've i've been privileged enough over the years i've had an opportunity to get come to suit a couple of times like for murph and mac warrior party one year and then do the take challenge at the park nice and and just doing that and just leading you guys and just you know it's not like we're friends and we're texting all time and everybody knows each other but we feel like we know you and believe me that's so that is so cool i mean rodney i think i've talked about this a few times about how you know if somebody calls up and they say you know man i do outside sales and menu get me through the day and it's like if that's such a gratifying thing to hear you know what i mean to hey man you guys helped me get through my day that's really gratifying and it's just it's it's a unique kind of benefit of doing this job is that you you know you're in people's cars and i and i believe me when i was on the radio i was driving around doing things and listening it's like i get it i get it you.

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"gary type" Discussed on The Hero Up Podcast with Jim Simcoe

The Hero Up Podcast with Jim Simcoe

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on The Hero Up Podcast with Jim Simcoe

"The. So much I'm Blake Eugene Bender and I'm saying Blake Eugene only because Jim won't let me not say it come on man before that's the only way we're in move forward in this thing really is. The deal with certain people's things. That's just my thing that is I. Think. It's fantastic. So we're sitting outside on a beautiful Monday? I'm a little out of breath. So Blake GonNa do the Gary type I just worked out. And eighty wall balls and five miles and whatever else I didn't under three minutes. Just. Getting. So today we're talking about. Keys to happiness when you're stressed out of your mind before we get into that couple of announcements in looking this weekend I did some work on the podcast. I'm looking at all the different things we've talked about a couple of different things came up. First thing is we seem to have about six topics we talk about life purpose on. Health to happiness three leadership for competence five and love and relationships six. It's pretty good. It's pretty good combination of the whole spread covering this read stuff. And what's interesting about all of them if you've gone back, how many how many podcasts you think we've done so far together. I've done longest. I'm like twelve. You wanted to know how many podcasts I've done on my with not you also the same number. The, my point is is. We kind of enough stuff to put a book together. We're getting really really is all it takes to get a book done it's not all it takes, but we have a lot of material going to be. Okay. So if you guys want to see a book from us, let us.

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"gary type" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Hi, happy birthday Gilbert. Thank you. Nice. Marvin. What's cooking? Where are you in California, wonderful fire away? The question is did you know that Richard Pryor fucked Marlon Brando in his ass. No. I. Start. I know it, but I strongly believe Marlon Brando fucked Richard Pryor, and of course, I just love the image of an eight hundred pound Brando, holding down this hair. Terrified Richard Pryor. Photo of it. Gary types that eventually is what killed Grischuk prior. He said worst than being set on fire. Bush having Marlon Brando. What better way to kick off to kick off the two hundred and fiftieth episode? Thank you guys. I love you guys so much. We appreciate it. Thanks, buddy. We'll talk again. Bye. Bye. Thank you. It's all downhill from here. People really understand the show a little too intellect Ewell. Yeah. We could do this on NPR. Okay. Who's next Francis? Got another call. We have a caller from Long Island. Hello, Long Island. Hello, Gilbert and Franken were you? Hey, how are you? Who are you? This is Ryan frenzies from Long Island. A man I think I'm just really related to how are you? Ryan I met on on social media. And we he has the same last name as my grandmother. I'm thinking that there may be some kind of distant connection, which we have yet to figure out. How are you man? Guinea name good. Hugo connection. What's up Ryan? Happy birthday Gilbert. Thank you. Sweet. What can we do for you, my friend? I wanted to ask about Gilbert. He recorded two songs Aladdin franchise in very syncopated. But every time I've kissed there is whether it's the theme to f- through or whatever. Gilbert cannot spend time ahead all know, whether there's an income men or not Gilbert. How did they get those songs that have you want to know how the the the songs you did for the Aladdin? You manage to actually stay on meter well meter time. I'm an extraordinary singer. I'm like Mel Torme when I leave your the velvet. Here's a guy who he listened to enough of the show to know how many songs you've butchered. Someone is our friend. Who was it was Adam Dorn Frank who was here who said Gilbert, actually has a lovely voice. But he has trouble staying in tempo. It's yeah. He defined it as very smooth romantic voice. Gonna do ASM are soon. It's going to be as new. Ryan does that answer the question in anyway, shape, or form? Well, close okay. Do you own this Aladdin record that you speak of? The soundtrack. Yeah. Yeah. You sang two songs in that things. Yes. Forget about love and time looking out for me. You wanna favor us with about fifty seconds of one of our that shit. I've had it. I hate to be dramatic. But it's time for me to fly. The coop fake fide. I'm drawn a line poor wind up in a parrot soup. I was fooled to let you run show. I'm your loose pow lookout below our revenge cheese say the ho- Pogos. Well, I'm looking out for me. That wasn't bad studio audience loved it. Ryan just for you, man. Thank you for calling an eventually, we'll figure out this whole relation thing. Well, get it then. Okay, man. Thank you. I'll see on Facebook to songs to two calls in. We've already got a song outta Gilbert. Yeah. This is a success. I have a good feeling about this next caller. Oh, you do. Forget about that guy. Forget about the way you fell into is high. Just torturing someone. Okay. Who's online straight? Who is this? Yes. Hi, William William William Lanham. How are you? Doing gilbert. Hi, okay. Oh, thank you..

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"gary type" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Keep concise. We'll get your question answered on the air. Hopefully, and I'm offer a couple of days to Mexico before coming back and teaching a course to some security guys. So I'm gonna get some sun going to get a little bit of a tan sqi, hopefully, not get abducted by drug car. Tell little tequila the lime in corona. Yeah. And I got my parents coming to visit as well. So it's weird because I'm like, I can't totally pollute myself because I'd like to come back with fresh and not the opposite. But yet you don't want to come back to mom and dad going, oh, please bought for sport down my throat. And I that's not. That's not wise. No, so good, son. You know, it's funny. I was looking at my wedding photos. They were the ones that were like on the wall in the house. And I realized that the photographer who's Asian Chinese Xi lightened my skin color because that's like thing that they think that Asian people wanna guess in their wedding photos. And I was like, ooh. Yeah. White people. We're not trying to be more pale. We're not. No, no, unless you're Irish because you know, Irish people glow in the dark, but yeah for you not so much. Yeah. So it's weird. Like, I'm unnaturally white in a lot of my photos, and I was just thinking, wait a minute. I have naturally dark skin like what what's happening here. And it's super strange most people don't notice, but I'm I'm thinking, wait a minute. And so we asked her and she was like, wait you up a little I was like, thanks. The thing is it's it's I know the photos are digital. But this one's printed on metal and it holds on the wall. So I can't just like be print out another one. That's kinda cool though that you have middle photos. Yeah. It's it's like a wall hanging. Instead of a photo that's in a frame. It's just printed on metal. I've heard of glass of canvas I've heard of all the the other stuff, but I've never heard of metal in less. You're going back to Gary types way back from the day. So that's kinda cool. No, no. It's it's it's you know, it's probably just like a metal sheets. That's like triple thick paper. And then they they just have some sort of spray on Inc. But yeah, I'm a nice and pasty in those. I don't know how we got tangent. Jason. What's the first thing out of the mailbag hide Jordan and team? I have a doozy. For you. Last year. I had several bad experiences with passengers on an airplane. I was on my way to a funeral and I had experienced several cancelled flights things were not going smoothly. I sat next to. A woman who took off almost all her clothes. She took off for jackets boots and socks or socks Phil somewhere. And she asked me to retrieve them for all gross. I gotta say that is the grossest thing ever. Yeah. I'd be like guess you'll going on without socks. That's so nasty. All right. Oh, so bad. I remember when we were going to the fireside conference, and we were on the bus in some girl took off her socks and put her feet up on the windows. So and we were just like, oh that is so nasty. No, don't do that do burn tacky. So I gave her socks back. And then she started talking to me about her life. Something I didn't want to continue of the Asli on my way back. I had a window seat on the two seat row. When I arrived at my seat. My seatmate already sat down in did not get up from their seat to let me through in. I'm not a skinny person. I walked over that Burson uncomfortably. Honestly, you should have just rubbed your button their face if they wouldn't get up. That's a d. Dick move, I fell asleep. So I didn't have to interact with them, but was woken up because their arm bumped me when they had opened the window which I had closed, and it was already dark outside nother dick move. Yeah. Tell me am I overreacting to these situations..

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"gary type" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"gary type" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"gary type" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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