19 Burst results for "Gerrard"

"gerrard" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"gerrard" Discussed on On The Ledge

"Just looking at that. I really with these totally about me. It's nice to be in your loving home. And i feel like i've been here with four because sisters. Yeah i feel like we've been separated at birth. Actually i feel like i've been here for seen so many of these plants on instagram raid. Followed your rescue stories very very exciting that we can finally do. Because we've been catch car covid. I know yet we were planning to do this sometimes. Go and now. we're actually getting around to it now. The hopefully things are on the mend. Have your plants been a nice little distraction distraction absolutely but they're gonna to cope when life returns to don't get all this. Tlc time cheese made we realize how much work they take. Yeah when you've got the time to spend them spend all day exactly and i do think anything else. I think this is the message. We need to get out there that you know. It's not necessarily necessary for every forty to have two hundred wants. you know. Sometimes you know how much works involved in rescuing applaud. Let's just talk about that sign of things with. How did that will begin. How did you get into rescuing plants. Is it a lifelong thing. Or is it something scientists trying to say it but i feel like it really chose me. Does that sound weird. I was going at like hanes about five years ago. Local deal why store mentioning names right even mentioned then shave homebase and looking for pain. I noticed there was somebody binning. The orchids

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Rescuing Plants With Sarah Gerrard-Jones

On The Ledge

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Rescuing Plants With Sarah Gerrard-Jones

"Just looking at that. I really with these totally about me. It's nice to be in your loving home. And i feel like i've been here with four because sisters. Yeah i feel like we've been separated at birth. Actually i feel like i've been here for seen so many of these plants on instagram raid. Followed your rescue stories very very exciting that we can finally do. Because we've been catch car covid. I know yet we were planning to do this sometimes. Go and now. we're actually getting around to it now. The hopefully things are on the mend. Have your plants been a nice little distraction distraction absolutely but they're gonna to cope when life returns to don't get all this. Tlc time cheese made we realize how much work they take. Yeah when you've got the time to spend them spend all day exactly and i do think anything else. I think this is the message. We need to get out there that you know. It's not necessarily necessary for every forty to have two hundred wants. you know. Sometimes you know how much works involved in rescuing applaud. Let's just talk about that sign of things with. How did that will begin. How did you get into rescuing plants. Is it a lifelong thing. Or is it something scientists trying to say it but i feel like it really chose me. Does that sound weird. I was going at like hanes about five years ago. Local deal why store mentioning names right even mentioned then shave homebase and looking for pain. I noticed there was somebody binning. The orchids

"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"That that's the way i go sentence by sentence if that sentence held my attention and maybe wanna read redecked sentence. I know she's a good writer. And so jennifer has. That's the that's the only criteria i can go by. What when i'm reading outside of genre. That is just about my say like what i was just saying. It's good to see authors more so than anybody else. I think who support each other And don't get caddy because people in the arts. Comedians filmmakers all tend to be really envious of each other and kind of backbiting and all that kind of stuff and not supporting each other. So it's good to see people like you and jennifer a world apart. John wise a world apart geography was supporting each other. I think that's a great thing. I think i think there's a healthy community online of authors helping each other loads of different sites. We all seem to be on Authors networking and various different sites. And we all support each. I'll i'll promote jennifer books and she promotes my books. And i think it's quite healthy and we're all kind of ice to do a literary magazine as well so i published about tuned. Nine hundred different writers Over about three years. And so yeah. I think the healthy kind of elements amongst the not independent but independent and semi famous kind of authors. If you like To help each other and promoted his work and give advice and do interviews and things like that. So i think it's. It's a really healthy seen. Actually it's good and it's much better in the us than it is in the uk. Yeah the uk still a little bit. The old school tired of the old school private school network is a little bit. It's getting better. We get lici magazines. Which are more open more working class literature been put out a but the. Us's is far more open. Maybe that comes on the beat generation. they you know the they put stuff add chat books and this punk hostage presses. One in the us travel randy all cadillac. And the sell books and stuff like that. And there's loads of Independent presses in the us lot more than the u k. so yeah. it's really positive. I think there's a lot of that. You're you're right and It's just interesting. How this show leads to coincidence after coincidence first of all Within the last week or so that a lot of people who are activists politically ought. We'll just last night again tonight today. so But also has been part of people who are brought up and coal mining areas of britain. have been featured guest on this program in the last week. rick lee. Who is the drummer from.

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"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Nikkei wasn't it when they used to have Radio luxembourg on the boats right on the ball off the shores of great britain and pirate radio stations. Because of that. Yeah because we had they had they had no license. You had the bbc so the i is radio looks and big pirate ship. So that's a radio station right absolutely very to change in check. I think you know I mean people still vote for the for the president. Who is basically an old communist. Actually the prime ministerial though. He's a capitalist. Only he had connections with the secret police on the communism as well so people kind of kinda waking up. It might might take a little push. But they're getting closer and closer in the balls to actually have a complete change of politicians because all the parties of the same. Just old stalinist stephen. The green party is a bunch of all stalinist and stuff. So the pirates and the the stanleys is the group of Local local guys. i. I actually teach. One of the guys will teach teach him teaching. We have a political discussions. And he's a local guy annie's or for fighting for the local people in these local city. And he's a really good guy and he's he's in the right place and he's heads in the right place. He's all constantly fighting with the politicians of covert and and they him with the pirates will make A good alternative to what we've had for the since the revolution really thousand nine thousand nine and so for struggling and strife on her show. The book again the fifteenth stories. Here the people you detail stories about How did you find them where they were. They historical people you knew about or people you interview. I mean where they come from. I took some from experience. Really and i lived in brazil so i knew about the roberta in brazil because i lived in mazzoni for a while I knew by the labor immigrant workers cleaning london and i know about the trade union movement in london to the activists there The holocaust victim is my wife's auntie so that's based on a true story. Only half of it is to invent the half of zona get off the story so casual workers and refugees met with we work with refugees hearing check on no casual work. I've been a casual worker labor myself so you can take you know what you know and then i have never been to argentina but i can put together a story based on trade unionism and love story as well. That's putting you take it. But the fact taken but fiction and i did a lot of reading as you can't travel in these days you know couldn't go to argentina and experiencing things but you you pick up little bits of stories here now on the internet. Read a lot of disley Different websites and you pick up something and you think yeah. Yeah that'd be great little story you know as And then you take your own experience and put it together and mix it all up and it comes as a nice showed story. I think so right. Well it seems to me if you don't mind me saying that you've led a very colorful and interesting life and You know who lived in brazil and raise your hand if you lived in brazil okay. Nobody.

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"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"gerrard" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"It's an epidemic us. I mean and overdoses and stuff. Young people i would say twenty five to thirty five are just being. This is well. This is i mean it was already in the big cities. But this is a small mining communities in yorkshire and wales and suddenly you know the heroin was not a big city thing. It was like Small village thing you know. It was like it was there to take away any kind of Well there was no hope. Anyway there's no jobs or anything like that and suddenly this big influx of heroin came in and the miners wives. Still fighting. this struggled never ended. You know the fighting to keep the man from drinking cells to data and keep motivated. They're still support in women's struggle throughout the world and the find the kids of heroin so yes so the effects the we call it the great strike so it is a very important part of british political history. I think right Yeah it sad. you know. but i'm i'm torn in a couple of ways hearing this story because Coal mining is is an issue here in the states right now and trying to save coal mining jobs and as much as i care about the people who were the workers doing the job i also know the call is not the way of the future and we need to kind of develop jobs that are more future thinking then called because you might as well bring back blacksmith thing or you know or something from the eighteen. Hundreds these jobs call jobs are not the wave of the future so I do feel for the people i do. Think we need to be smart about it and transition so that we start to develop these jobs before we. I completely agree. Coleman is obviously bad for the environment we now know but there was no plan. B exactly make them unemployed but they could have all been employed in new energy. Industry is why not you know they could have developed the new new energy industries in law's main could have been employed now those industries but they have a plan you need to have a plan in transition it piecemeal not try to just dump everybody into unemployment at one especially you're talking two hundred and fifty thousand people in one area that ecoboost i mean that's only the man and then you had the families as well and then you had the indices connected to it so you talking about off a million to a million people were affected by it and there were no plans. They didn't coma and build factories. You know to make Wind farm so things. I that all automate anything they just like you know..

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"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"You like I needed tolerance. You. The never ending saga of the SUV. Let's see yard Barbara lawn hair, a plug your business yard farm went. I went with a fiesta to a Camaro z. Twenty eight. All right, that's, that's. That's. There's a move past a focus RS because of markup. And I'm now backing fiesta s. t. love to the first time, but it seems sloppy after the z. you mean after the race car, you've been driving. Worth modding the Festa or swapping an RS or other? What? What do you say to. On how. I bought a car and I went back to a horse. So how can I make my horse feel like a car? You know it was like, I mean, that's that's the question. How do I make my Horsfield a call? It's it's a little bit of tricky. I think actually what you should do is learn to revel in the awesomeness of the St. it is there. It has a very different feel than the Camaro which is the button down, not really a playful car on a road. No, I'm a racetrack. Yes. Yeah. But an s. t. is really fun car to drive on a back road or without having to go stupid foul race, the body roll Breath. breath. It's the old slow or fast right better than a fast car slow. And most people are ripping around. They got 'em three driving at three tenths on the road. You could be in an ST drive at seven tenths having a ballg on the exact same speed? Yeah, there are few things you can do to to to improve it. We did on ours. We did poly bushings and but like I wouldn't do it because I would rather have all of that visceral connection of the solid Garcia's didn't work out. I was gonna say it didn't and another of it made the car better rightly. It made it. It made it like creaky it made when you go over like articulations it made it creaky and I, I don't think it made it might be your knee. Very good. I, I wouldn't sell your fiesta again. I, I would drive your two for a while. They're fun. If someone with an r. s. I kind of wish I still had come and driving enthusiasts, then you'll enjoy those slow cars like a miata or what have you. That can be really fun. There you go. If you revel in the driving and the connection with you to the car to the tired of the road. So I wish I still had the miatas. Yeah, because I was like, oh, wanna learn all the momentum game on these slower cars, the Jack and Charlie, you can drive a ski me out. Everyone has one evidently comes with a lot of tires. It's amazing and they they, I think they pay ten grand for the miata with like four thousand miles on it. Of course, they were like, you know, auto cross miles, but. Bushing change. They changed the clutch, the shocks and the brake pads, and they were good to go. It'll last forever. Let's see. Someone says top. I think he wrote this wrong. I think he's means top luxury. Seven passenger SUV not top seven luxury. So that's big SUV seven passengers what's good with the third row. I'm going to be biased here. Please shameful plug. I do work for them. I would say the ninety Osvaldo Volvo car. Good looking. Great interior. Very safe. Yeah. They said no one's ever died in one. Yes, it's it's insert markets because they don't release those statistics. But yeah, Volvos Volvos are interesting..

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"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"If you've driven the new one, four wheel drive and tool driving shit. But it's actually amazingly well developed in both modes, which I thought kudos to be I'm doing for doing that. It'd be easy just to kind of an g has their cars. They can switch them to, but they're only really good in the four wheel drive onto will drive. They just want to drift, but the m five actually puts power down into will drive. It's really impressive. I put my AM g in two wheel drive. If I wanted to drift. Yeah. Okay. Cool. Jason says, can we think of any cars that started increasing in price, but eventually went the other way and fizzled out. So something that was a a perspective collector car went up, but then it fizzled out and didn't go anywhere. I think a lot of cars have done that historically right where they have a moment where they sort of peak even nine elevens of just done that recently like nine eleven ours or going for a lot less money than they were two years ago. Yeah. I mean, definitely muscle cars from the sixties as as Yeah, they they went. went to anything that x. number of years, I think if he's talking about like a rise from the bottom, they rise and then drop again, like muscle. Carson sees like that's probably going to be a generational thing. But if it's anything that's been like new and came out with so popular and then fell off, like when the release the next version, I also think like the rates went up and have now settled the nine eleven are. That's for sure. This is going to be the big one, but what else? What else was very. Nine nine I think, oh, they're coming back man. You will three sixties and stuff really settled a little bit. I wanna I wanna manual for thirty. That's the thirties or fucking ram. Yeah, there. So. And it was kind of delightful. Yeah, really, really good. Let's see what else Muneeb says been here since podcast. Number one. Thank you, sir. Question two thousand nine. It says nine nine one nine nine seven turbo Metzker plus PDK equals winner. Any difference between the manual transmission? Oh, seven to nine turbos no, not that I'm aware of. I would always do manual over PDK was forever. Yeah, especially with a turbo because they built so many PDK turbos on. If you don't like Emmanuel, it's just like you don't have again, that experience, you're more like I I have. I have two categories of people that are that like this stuff. There's there's current doozy's and then they're striving enthusiasts. Uh-huh. And you can be both. Yeah. There's a lot of people enthusiasts that are in the biz and they're, you know, they're all over it and they like the PDK's and the trashing control and the stability control and all the technology. This is awesome because I can. I have a really fast car, but then there's driving enthusiasts. They're like, I don't want any of that. Yeah, right. Smaller vk is an improvement on your traditional automatic transmission. Absolutely. In portions case, it's very well done for our. He does it vary so so good that PDK turns cars that shouldn't be portioned into Porsches driven a McConnell lately. Yeah, you know to go driving mccown and drive any other mid size SUV around the track though. Oh, yeah. Well, even. Ert. Even in the dirt that that clutch assembly for the center death overheats in like five seconds and you lose, you lose your all-wheel-drive right away. I didn't know that almost right away. It's it's. It's like, what were they thinking kind of moment probably that no one's going to actually do. You try to do two minutes doughnuts in the dirt you, you'll make it through minute, like one not well, at one it, there's a video of a RS for I think on like rally or something, and it pulls off in a wet turn out and it starts to donuts and twenty five seconds in you just start hearing. Shattered something bad. Yeah, yeah. All right..

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"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"You do other teams like that's not fair. Yeah, exactly. So jumping and did an hour and we one. Yeah, so cool. So it fun because just going to get the call up and you go sociopathic deal, it's chump carpet. That's what happens when you're good people just knock on your door. And that's what I often. You're good. You have an RV. I think cost us nothing. It was a good deal that Matthew Johnson on enough, you know, Matthew Johnson, but he's one of the local sag after stunt guys, good friends with not the rally filming that match. Yeah, yes, yes, yes. I do usually known as he was a good life. Yeah, yeah. Just doing that guy. He's he's awesome because he comes up. What's the name of his company? I can't remember, but he comes up with the crazy rig camera cks the the, the cable cams, different guy for imagine at different match. Okay. I've wondering this is a rally driver, Matt Johnson, but he, oh, the Magic Johnson I'm talking about was, is a rally focused like a film guy, and he, he really gets some really difficult to to get shots shots that look impossible. Cool. He comes up with like crazy, c- cable cams and wild drone stuff. And he's, I know he's great. Sounds like an easy. No him to is that. Did you find one of which one did you find him that driver? That's that's the driver. Math Made Johnson? Yeah, we'll be driving a Toyota IQ. Yeah, actress factors. Hell, yeah. Yeah, he he was happy and all the most, you know, and embarrassed at the same time. But it was awesome ineffective. Thank you. Yeah, I mean one. Yeah. Fuck there you go. Good, right. I want a trophy with it. Fuck yourself. The front wheel drive to all you draw out front wheel drive fucking front wheel drive rally is hard. Yeah, it is so hard. Get the wheel, straight. Kerry corner. Speed? Yeah. Right. Do you like rally or are you into that? I love rally, yeah. I do much not much other than for shows and things, and then you know, I did Pike's peak back when it was half gravel really in what kind of car in a wells. Katy, what's a wells, Coyote. It's it's a tube chassis, open class car, Tanner, and I actually rented cars together and did it. You can rent this thing for Pike's we. This is two thousand two. I was three. Yeah, not that seems like a real good time. Just doing that today on wool. Wow. All right is looks like a sprint buggy with wins in the front, their rear engined with a Pantasma gearbox that's flipped over. So the the shift patterns backward, wait, it's backwards down into the right for I, oh my God. And then and then it's, it was really. Third and fourth back and forth that was it. My car never ran broke constantly. So the front tires look like they're a third of the size of the rear everywhere..

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"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"They're like a lot of math in Amman, a lot of geometry, and there's a quick math equations and race car drivers in math equations? No. Boy, no. What are you mean? Like the hundred points of the tire kind of all sorts of stuff. Just, I mean, just like fifteen squared put up at skip barber. I don't even know. It doesn't radius equals mph, basically. Oh, jeez, gear. Four thousand RPM got grip. Hey, what are we? What are we doing math for drive the car? Well, that is the point, right? So so you read all these books and they promise all these things, but they don't deliver that driving is subjective. It's a feel thing. It's all feel every bit of it. It's not when you're looking at your data when you're not in the car, you can. You can make it objective and you're looking at actual numbers and I've got results in. Here's where you're breaking in, here's where I'm breaking. But then once you're out in the car, it's back to being all feel. I mean, maybe you have a predictive lap time, right? That's it. Other than that, you've got feel. And so I wrote a book from that perspective from this is what it's supposed to feel like it's like, what does fast feel like? What does fast feel like that's it's a good feeling. I can tell you that it's hard to know every time I go if I have if I'm running time lapse. Yeah, the the lap I feel is the fastest. It does not necessarily match up to the lap that is the fastest. Why? Why you don't know what fast feels could be, why that's why I just asked you what you. Well, it's not something you can define it, something that you have to have the experience to know. Right. So I do go through it step by step, but it starts on the skid pad and then it goes onto your first lapping of the track. And then when you go on the track, it's it's finding the limits in three phases of every corner, right? It's it's entry, mid corner an exit, and you start finding the limits when you ever gonna track, you do this. You start in the slow corners because that's safe. And then when you get confidence us, look worse, having spun the car car feels good. Everything's great. Then you move to the medium speed corners. So you go from your second year to your third, your corners, right? None of venture -ly hopefully within session or to your also exploring the balance of the car. Turn in mid corner an exit in your fourth gear corners as well. And now you're like, okay, pretty much. They'll try. Then you're moving the break zones downright. You always start with the heartbreaking and then you dial it down till it starts to connect to the turn in your able to trail break in and those. Low to medium speed corners an all. So it's learning what fast is is what's the tire needs to be optimized at any point? And there's force four tires. So you're balancing four tire simultaneously, which not a lot of people consider they think about the grip of the outside tire and the outside front. Tyre, the outside rear tyres, like that's not the whole picture. You got four right now. Sometimes not all of them are touching. Yeah. I mean, if you're loading vans, I to matter less. Yes, but they still matter. They're still part of the balance of the car. They still provide grip, especially when you start getting into the more setup side of things. You realize if you add drooped travel, for instance, you can increase the cars grip because droop tremor. I've heard that roof is is the shock extending. So imagine when you're leaving your car, you could still have. Yeah. When you get a little bit grace. And if you think about those inside touch dragging around the corner, if you think about like polar moment of a nurse actually turned you, it's the drag on the inside, you think like how ESPN steers a car doesn't do it by the way. He doesn't. So if you provide grip on the inside, it actually turns the car through the corner grip on the outside actually makes straight. You'll be interesting if if you had a corner and you wet down the inside, you know an inside section and then you drove around with the outside wheels on the dry and the inside wheels on the wet..

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US, National Transportation Safety Board and Meghan Hughes discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

02:57 min | 3 years ago

US, National Transportation Safety Board and Meghan Hughes discussed on Mike McConnell

"Hughes, has the, details what's being done to protect athletes in the wake of the, Nassar scandal. Senators will hear from the US Olympic. Committee's acting CEO Suzanne lions the head of USA gymnastics carry Perry and, Michigan state's interim president John angler adding to. The pressure more than eighty survivors of, Nassar's abuse will hold a news conference, ahead of the hearing the former doctor, for USA gymnastics in Michigan Athletics pled guilty last year to felony criminal. Sexual conduct this is the band's third hearing. On the issue Meghan Hughes, ABC news Washington the National Transportation Safety board says a pilot's fatigue and his confusion. Over. A plane's autopilot mode where among the causes of twenty sixteen crash. Into Lake Erie just off of Cleveland that. Killed all six people on board the NTSB's final report says pilot John. Fleming had been awake for over seventeen hours at the time. Of. The crash on December twenty nineth the report released yesterday said the plane's auto pilot was also not engaged as. It should have been just after takeoff I it was driverless cars now we're learning that pilotless planes may soon be a reality, on the, news podcast start here ABC news contributor Colonel Steven Gerrard says it's, just a. Matter of time before we see fewer. Pilots in the air the Farnborough airshow outside of London last week Airbus, was quite clear that by twenty twenty three They believe they'll have the technology. To begin to replace some of the cabin or. Some of, the cockpit, crews, today there is a recall on a popular snack for kids ABC's Dave Schreiber tells us what it is there is a voluntary recall on four types of, goldfish crackers over concerns about salmonella pepperidge farms says way powder. May have been contaminated in the. Crackers the recall includes flavor blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion baked with whole grain extra. Cheddar goldfish mix extra cheddar and pretzel the products have been distributed throughout the US there have been no reports of, an illness Dave Schreiber ABC. News they stayed has reported Ohio's first human. West Nile virus case this year the Ohio department, of health says that. A seventy one, year old Lake County man had to be hospitalized this week no deaths of. Yet been reported this year most. People received the virus through bites from in Spain -ffected mosquitoes Radio seven. Hundred wwl. Sports here's a reds obey del CID Harare's pinch hit walk off a single in the. Bottom of the line sent the reds over the cardinals last night two to one this nap Cincinnati's four game. Losing. Streak Saint Louis starter Daniel daily owned through seven no. Hit. Innings against Cincinnati and his major league. Debut before Suarez led the reg two out rally in the ninth Suarez is two out. Solo Homer, off closer bud Norris tied the game at one. The reds then loaded, the bases in, rarest, single to center for the game winner Reggie cardinals, meeting gave, two of, their series, tonight Austin Gombar will.

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"gerrard" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I see three green two blue and two loss i wanna know good morning and welcome took the paul gerrard gun plus news this morning were talking about shrubs and trees that will grow in the shaded area and there are a lot of you have full shade or part shade and you find it difficult to grow things because sometimes you walk into a nursery you see something that's an blown and you'll like it's so much that you don't ask will this grow in the shade and this morning that's what i'm trying to do is to give you some ideas of some of the plants that will do very very well for you in that shade one of my favorite is paul chinese witch hazel it's a deciduous point is going to lose as foliage during the winter and it will grow from full son the partial shade in what you will love about display first thing it blooms the middle to the end of february february not april of may but february when this snow on the ground the flowers a yellow and they are on the tips of all of the branches an they look like little pieces of spaghetti about two winches in length but they boom what is still snow on the ground so this is a very very heidi plant in can you imagine going out in february and this plant is blum for you well what is what the other thing that i like about this play we just got through new year's and idled though but it's an old thing but some is not something that you see every new year's anymore but they used to be a sound device that you would put in your mouth and you would blow when new year's eve came it was to help bring in the new year's raw kinds of noise and.

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"gerrard" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Ask yourself are two different female staffers if they would be instant bearing your child is there a way to ask if it's not too far is that something across the line i mean i just i don't know if they did this of disaster crossed the line in how do you ask that how do you esta what do you do this out loud in front of everybody as if you know uh it's like remember the movie back on the day nonpregnant can you please pass the turnups member that movie yes can you say hey how about them travellers hey which the bear my child i mean how do you how do you do that do you come and go off yet sippy your coffee and then you know you've gotta petroleum choi have japan whichever one i would you ever consider burying much out how do you how do you do that he evidently you you look like you've got some things a'second bruce chris you might have your priest pretty good on your feet you really are you think of some of the best one is that i just rip off and say on the sometimes is so going to have to give you credit 'cause they're they're too good just walk in there and say okay i can't say that i cannot say that i can that's i cannot safer oh but gerrard's i can't do that will give you the floor i give you the yellow through the buses getting drug he's fun we gave over tickets or or or did he confiscate them for the welfare of the people does that will get a left tricalm that i i don't know did it does it what do you think about a leftright boozing about electric to the show should we don't you do he likes the show with a laugh we could be the first talk show in america would laugh trek he says it feels like a friday with left tracked you know i wish that i could actually let your voice be heard through my voice on the radio but you can't tell aid you can't come up with a way to ask for surrogacy without being inappropriate i did does all rob we have a a a young man who said training to film free for one day i've noticed you.

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"gerrard" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on WCHS

"Metro news yours sores for a high school sports in west virginia a bucket of the program reading david gerrard with you on this wednesday evening november the fifteen them the for everyone that knows maybe puddle and a lot of folks uh they know that today is my wedding anniversary entrust now many years front forty eight that's awesome forty eight years and has not honestly folks it is not that i like garrett and david better than i love my wife jane and has nothing to do with it but jan wanted you here with us the suv jan said dan said that the reason we been married forty eight years is goes the way i work we haven't seen each other it may be twenty that's right you know so it's been we're on our hunting home if area now but in all fairness to everyone though i'm not the cruelty will guy john and i enjoyed a lovely dinner last night together so nice she knew i had to work tonight so there you go but in jan is absolutely wonderful she really as early as he tried to convince meet your nam nam johnny those listening she's the cheese great earlier this season she is very sweet lady to put up with me she'd have to be worshiping coming with you hear the super in a couple of weeks trump so i am so tips ogoh good or keep our fingers crossed right yeah all right tell us a joint head coach john kelly of those hawkes of university high undefeated on the season john welcome in buddy welcome glad to be there appreciated happier anniversary to here at that time wonderful story right there fred congratulations thank you very much john i you know i think i'd though new almost as long as at the white house that more time with me now if you're that's what my wife would say two point let's talk about this hawks ballclub you know i i love the fact that s aegis keep winning regardless of what anybody hossein whether it's schedules not for whatever yet the i'm telling you that scare you put together this year has been a darn good schedule you've taken every one of them the wheeling parks.

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"gerrard" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"I have a niece names but has just shopping gerrard autograph will you please as the battle of the sexes reps the batasuna these i'll he absolutely love him but that is your mom and wish needs to talk about sheila fits burning huts of monrovia he works as a speech pathobiologist and enjoys decorating cookies let's here for second it was a rally apologize right now i meant to hits hugh copies of the battle questions and i think i hit twenty two oh my god there's a ton of battle questions being printed they won't stop that that's been apologized to us joe apologised for planet thank you redwood's her crying right now i'm sorry well here's how it works shea oputa ask you sir to bewail questions eddie jones nasty stereotypical female questions bestseller through winslow will the endall regulates all what we go to nsw debra quiz the all dead that's little apologized to us joe apologised for planet thank you redwood's her crying right now i'm sorry well here's how it works shea oputa ask you sir to become l questions eddie jones he stereotypical female questions best their three win so tied the endall regulates all what we go to nsw debra could was the off all french broad day let isn't gentleman we love frontier days around here we always learn anew french word or phrase during the battles on friday it is we don't know why but we just do your phrase right now you're gonna know what it means own directs the old when did xcl directs the only means one direction because nile oregon on from one direction he's coming in here a little bit later this hour ahmed here's your question say throughout elves students set out the document the urban legend of a which in what horror film for airway uh that was such a dip he movie it was yeah yeah i know i was really a byunghee went and saw that the last while i 22 minutes or having a seem so sure just andy nerve campbell and david arquette star together in wet 90s horror film gartner you've got no campbell and david arquette's asare in what 90s horror film uh i would not couric got uh pretty hollow no scream parka our current score.

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"gerrard" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on WTMA

"With the tax writers every day all night long to get this done work out every issue they have we're committed to get this done this year i don't know why this is so hard i mean i worry steve moore it i n mnuchin and steven gerrard i were working in the campaign we thought this is pretty reasonable the candidate that was pretty reasonable you know you come down now to the end of the year i mean why would a republican not be in favour of this i i don't get it and i wanted just add to that are some members being now by this class warfare rich people shouldn't get tax cuts and the new beginning get hung up on this again look there i don't want a disc doubt how difficult tax reform it's it's been thirty one year since we redid the tax code and it was i don't want to discount a difficult pisses but i also don't want a discount how imperative it is for economic growth job creation middleclass wage growth and to make america competitive again so we have to weigh the difficultly with reality and i think the real he really has to win out here that we have no choice but to get tax reform done now so you're making the case you're making the case in private you're going to go anywhere any time to meet with people i i would think democrats would be in favour this touba be triumph of hope over experience but perhaps you'll get a few in this senate the some of the stickiest issues are going to be these deductions and so forth than the president you all of said you want to lower the rates and broaden the base okay growth is going to.

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"gerrard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on KOMO

"The dan itself more than three football fields wide cracked and threatening to collapse at over the weekend thousands of puerto rican spending long hours at one of two free wifi hotspot so that government officials have established occasionally a brief cheer from some would have gone through a largely gem network but most unable to connect aviation expert it's warning again that were eventually going to lose a plane to a drone collision this weekend an army blackhawk helicopters struck by a drone over a residential new york city neighborhood we get more from abc's aerial rachef it happened just five hundred feet above a new york neighborhood the faa says it's illegal to fly private drowns that high the eightysecond airbus born pilot managed to land the blackhawks safely at a new jersey airport they chop are tasked with patrolling the united nations general assembly temporarily grounded because of damage to the blades and window former marie pilot abc news analyst steven gan uruguay's in sooner or later we're going to lose an airplane to a drone eight due to a can collision as abc steven gerrard and this is abc news my son had been when he was prescribe pain woods no one ever told us how highly addictive drugs were my reaction was shock my son did get so deep into the docks jaroszewicz overnight and was no straight line coming back for parents out there who don't i realised as a lot of families that are torn apart by can he people can could better help and how drugfree dad muscle schramm partnership free caves dave packer abc news komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on.

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"gerrard" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Sent to the brewers for a greg bird insurance policy by the name of gerrard the cooper and mr cooper with the pc pcl very hitterfriendly mr kouba resisting three sixty six with seventeen wall aung fly balls in eighty two rbis now of course the yankees maybe they will try to eliminate the one remaining well the one remaining tyler that let's face it reminds most yankee fans of stephen king novels including those shine ming with both the novel and this one tyler unquestioned incapable of scaring men women and children alike the yankees also promising the second have to make two other moves that we know of lawn that you have heard before nazi designate for assignment of third time chris carter not the bright is the light in the room as they say in see since he thought the final two words of the national anthem were play ball the keys are concerned about the bullpen and main now let's face it may now prevent msrb tan says from sitting too close to that stephen king local waggin the bowl banned since since matanzas has had some trouble commanding his mechanics and we saw him hit a few guys and throw some wild veges and take a walk on the wild side in the all star game and of course when it counted he was cited for jaywalking facing toronto no we go to the top of the eighth inning and he's bringing joinned matanzas it is the law in downtowns hand got to bring bone one and love of it's time to and can one yugoslav counter culture and the pay of his way to montero walled won't be here neighbors which fastball and the suddenness notes man the flow of side through everything is some you're always going to think about i mean there's the physical part of game and there's a month for the game right now physically he's off rio inside jeurys familia months that's right now now sean hannity tries the bunk as the full weight of the inside edge wanna know there's noone patty's bonding.

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"gerrard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The rbi zoo bagger four gerrard cooper third runbattedin today as brinson scores and for the sky sox first baseman announced if it sixty seven runs batted in on the season and a fourpage walk without any pitcher thrown to bret phillips they intentionally walk the south ponta get the jet bandy the catcher and he will bat with a basesloaded nobody out sky sox looking to pile things on over the chasers here in game one basesloaded full of sky sox nine two six sky sox in front infield comes in hitters delight here for pandy takes a fastball away at account one ball and no strikes bandy do singles in his sky sox debut in rbi singles last time to the plate could have been a double if i didn't hit ronnie de third base umpire that's neither here nor there basesloaded four banti nobody out the pitch remain is is a way to ano nobody warming in the chaser volpin any main is to get through this sixthinning and with the sky sox leaving things were to hold up it would be the final off it's a for the socks pandy takes the ball high three balls no strikes no place to put them if you're set is we need orf on deck the acb at third coop red second phillips at first and the 300 is in first ragged calling card fastball there for maintenance and the count is three it alone jegede win for the third gave up eight runs on ten hits all learnt three walks three strikeouts starter of this ballgame for all basesloaded into three wide batty it operates an milehigh left center running out aerobics burns and act paul is off the scoreboard welcome the colorado springs jet vanity 888231path opco brand new radio board.

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"gerrard" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"gerrard" Discussed on WDRC

"Up and and here's the thing that occurred to me yesterday i said this to a friend i said look tr i think russia's aim was to cause are chaos in our election system not for any one candidate just to cause chaos it's it's almost like the folks who have been marching in these street demonstrations for the last couple of years in american cities all our point is is ruckus we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna produce ruckus what is the output of that if you ask these guys will say we caused trouble and it and had guided gums up the system your you are the folks throughout a little wooden shoes into the gears the machine you know sabotage ride and so and and if you say will it is the end result of that good then what the russians sought to do and that is 'cause people lose faith in the entire government meeting the government becomes paralyzed and locked up like a machine with a g show wouldn't shoe in the gerrard the court lawyer but the funny thing you that's why trump orders already add yeah well i accept as the as it goes on it now paralyzes the government you can't get anything done at this point and i understand most of the time we're better off when the congress has not getting anything done but in this case or something elry bad things out there finally starting to get light the republican victotled actually water will warm anything and they're being given cover bite of inertia looks created by the what did trump could ought to be oh boy do you know how fast.

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