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"grady" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 4 d ago

"grady" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Grady on there Quite a few of those Thanks, Patty 14 time for sports with the K good to see the Nuggets win another time on the road. Yeah. April of Marty was on the coal. Yokich all the time, Especially in the fourth quarter is Joker scored 17 of his game high 39 down the stretch to leave the Nuggets to their second straight win on this five game. Midwest swing 1 18 1 12 in the windy City over the Bulls Joker also finished with 14 rebounds and missed his 50th career triple double by just one assist, finishing with nine. They had momentum going in the fourth quarter. They had the lead in the fourth quarter. Just we just need to change a little bit just to have some momentum for us in the fourth quarter, and I think a good job on the game. Don't worry, added 24 for Denver's well, they like to keep that momentum going tonight when they play in Milwaukee, Tip off against the back to back raining EVP on incidental coop. Oh, and the Bucks comes your weight. Seven. The Avalanche scored the first two goals in the game in San Jose last night and then were nice enough to let the Sharks score six and answer to put it in the Colorados three game win streak as they fell. 62 Vengeance, and Gerard scored the opening goal of the game. Didn't want to dwell in the loss and is ready to turn the page. You know what does not have to be ready for the next game? You know, we can't do anything right now. Not just on video tomorrow early, and we're gonna come back stronger as a bright spot in the game Captain Gabe Landeskog scoring Colorado's other goal that moved him into sole possession of third place on the franchises all time scoring list Now with 203 sliding ahead of his hero and fellow Sweet Hall of Famer Peter Forsberg. He still trails Milan Hejduk, who scored 375 and his boss, Joe Sakic, who put three and 91 shots in the back of the net. He ever tried to start a new one street tomorrow night in their second straight game at the Shark Tank, and it was a tale of 2004 Collins last night, the CSU men notching their fourth win in a row. Be. Therefore 74 44 Falcons kept it close it break down 26 23, But we know it's a 40 minute game. Air Force is now off until the mountain west Journey starts next Wednesday in Vegas. See if you host New Mexico tomorrow night that supports the brain and crystalline, killing his radio on the rocket Right.

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Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Texas power company seeks bankruptcy protection after storm

Mark Levin

00:20 sec | 5 d ago

Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Texas power company seeks bankruptcy protection after storm

"Suing electric provider gritty for passing along massive bills to customers during last month's Winter storm. This comes a day after the Texas power grid manager revoke Grady's access to the state's electricity market. Separately, power provider Brazos is filing for bankruptcy protection. It serves more than 1.5 million people. Jail time for a former

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Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Saying Electricity Provider Misled Customers

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

Texas Attorney General Sues Griddy, Saying Electricity Provider Misled Customers

"A Texas attorney general is suing wholesale electricity provider gritty for passing of those massive bills was customers during last month's storm instead of a fixed rate, Grady charges $10 a month to give people a way to Pay wholesale prices for electricity as result of sub freezing temperatures. Also, prices spiked and gritty customers were left with massively high electric bills and a lawsuit accused gritty of violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and seeks refunds for

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AG sues Texas utility over customers' sky-high energy bills

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

AG sues Texas utility over customers' sky-high energy bills

"The Texas Attorney General is suing electricity provider ready for passing along sky high energy bills to its customers Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says in a statement that greddy misled Texans who signed up for service resulting in people losing thousands of dollars gritty charges ten dollars a month to give people a way to pay wholesale prices for electricity instead of a fixed rate but when temperatures drop to well below freezing last month wholesale prices spiked in Grady's customers were charged sky high rates the lawsuit seeks refunds for those customers Grady says in a statement that it has always been quote transparent and customer centric at every stop I'm Mike Hampton

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Knife-wielding man shot by off-duty trooper outside Atlanta gas station

The Weekly Check Up

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Knife-wielding man shot by off-duty trooper outside Atlanta gas station

"A dozen people injured and one killed in Atlanta overnight during a string of shootings that happened in just over 12 hours. It began Saturday afternoon when a man armed with a knife was shot by an off duty Georgia State Patrol trooper. Less than three hours later, Atlanta police say a man was found shot to death at the intersection of Memorial Drive and Moreland Avenue. In another incident, three people were shot inside a home in southwest Atlanta on people Street neighbor Tucker Glascow tells Channel two action news. This area's kind of stuff happens occasionally and like it's Yeah, I don't really No, I have to respond. Usually I'm just like crap. Police confirmed. Three people were taken to Grady. One person is in critical condition. No arrests were made in any of the incidents, all of which remain under investigation.

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Griddy banned from Texas power market after failing to make payments

Joe Pags

00:18 sec | Last week

Griddy banned from Texas power market after failing to make payments

"A Texas energy company has been banned for being a part of the state's power market. Yesterday. ERCOT revoking Grady's rights to enter the state's electric market because of a payment breach. Grittiest previously said it would challenge the price is set by ERCOT during the crisis. I'm Sally Adams from

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Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

The Small Business Success Podcast

05:08 min | Last week

Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

"Welcome everyone to another exciting episode of small biz. Buzz i'm laura dolan and i'm crystal heff and today. We have another fellow keeper with us. His name is grady. Kerr is the customer webinar trainer for our customers here at keep and today he's going to talk about the lessons. He learned from being failed entrepreneur. Grady it's true. I learned avon being great. It'd be an outdoor. i can't wait. This is going to be a great topic. And i just wanna say right from the start. Thank you for being so vulnerable. Vulnerable side that again and sharing this with our audience. I think it'll be a great lesson and not alone out there So i'm excited for it But a couple of things. You're expecting baby number five. That's true baby number five. I've got three boys a little girl and now another little boy on the way in any any any day now any moment now probably literally any moment now folks may hear it here first. Yeah i think we can do it at home. Maybe we'll do it live yes baby. Watch twenty twenty twenty twenty -solutely. Here's one thing we can take away from it. Like your year myers great. I got new kid on the way that. Say the same thing i'm like. Hey i adopted a puppy and a kitten this year. We're doing great so all about perspective. Exactly they're all making me jealous. I need at least two more puppies to make this year balance out so many to be adopted crystal do it. Well laura always handles intros. 'cause i'm a little bit nervous about getting right into it but has it affect awesome. Well should grady's child come. Well we're on this podcast. My payback will be. I will do the altro and i will make it really fun and exciting or grady as well as for everyone. I'm going back. ok. Grady make sure your wife is holding that kid in just a little longer. I will awesome. Well really excited. But i wanted to start off by asking or having you because lauren. I know your stuff all the time. I'll tell us a little bit more about what you as the trainer. Yeah you bet so. One of the initiatives that we've got going on right now is trying to scale our on boarding process trying to scale our customer education process and so i- host to open our series for the company the first one is called new customer webinars and it's designed for customers in their first thirty days. Tell them to get acclimated. Software learn how it works. Learn some use cases and then the second series. I host automation hours and in the automation hours. What we do is we help. Customers have been with us for plus modestly around that area and we on one of our amazing partners. Join us and talk about some more advanced topics really revolving around. Yeah that we've got to automate yet. The most success out of our software not about baseball. I know automation hours. Have come in really handy especially during covid trying to work on their make. Sure that it's functioning need it. Would that be honor now. Is i think when you're working in your business. That's when you're like you're not putting out fires and you're just like everything's just going in years. I'm just following along your day as managing you working on your businesses that outside in approach What's working what's not. How can it be more intentional. I think there's a lot to do right now. Is is pivot is the word. I love the geller. Mantra they saw. Hey i can't do business the way that i was before i've got a pivot somehow and that's really how the automation hours reborn like. We were going to have these going for two weeks as we find the curve and it was going to be done jokes on us. It's still going and so we have to go. And it's been a really really wealth of just good information and actionable content or just people over and over. And we've actually raiders to come and join us for every single session with great And so it's just great those customers out there that know that one of the best can do for your business get educated. Be able to know. Hey there's probably things out there that i don't know it's that vulnerability i talked about the such a failed entrepreneur like we have to be vulnerable in order for us to get better. You go to the doctor and you've got some sort of chest pain in the ass. You how you're doing. You're saying. Ben tastic dot can ever better like you're going to have a hard time. I've actually gone to the doctor with my mom or and they asked that question and she's listed like twenty things wrong with their before we get there and she's like oh he's been really good and i'm looking at her like no. We're getting into this today. So i'm like what about all these things doc looking at her like how could you say you're good with all these example. I know and that's really cool that it that it just took off like that you know you were only planning on having it a couple of weeks and here we are. That's amazing now. Do you see that these new customers have some common issues that that you also have. When you're starting your business i mean. I know we haven't gotten to that yet. So i know i'm jumping ahead. But the reason why people jump into these webinars to fill any kind of needs that they have. I think for me. The the common thread that i've seen is in. It's kind of but the idea of follow up. that's the global. There's different ways that we follow up that we follow up but follow up his always the common theme. It's an idea of something has occurred. And now i need to react to it and i don't do and so helping customers realized that one is that. Hey there's stimuli out there that usually react to and helping you understand how you can react and what tools you have at your disposal calva. Sylvia that reaction

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Water Problems Plague Millions Of Texans Following Storm Crisis

Behind the Badge

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Water Problems Plague Millions Of Texans Following Storm Crisis

"Back to most residents in Texas than the Mercury is finally rising above freezing across the state. That winter storm this week left millions with no heat or water. There is a lot of effort from the community that does have power does have food does have water to help those who don't about half the state 15 million residents are under a boil water notice as of right now, and if you go to grocery stores, there's been a rush on bottled water. So shelves are bare. Almost everywhere you go. Same goes for food. Meat aisles completely wiped out as well as nonperishable food items. Thanks is Grady Trimble. President Biden has declared a major disaster in Texas.

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Britney Spears' conservatorship, explained

Today, Explained

05:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Britney Spears' conservatorship, explained

"Justin timberlake publicly apologized to britney spears even though their relationship ended like twenty years ago. The apology has a lot less to do their bygone romance and much more to do the reckoning over how this country treats its famous young women and britney spears has gone from something of a villain in this story to something much more closely resembling a hero. The freebritney movement deserves much of the credit for that transformation. It's a fan driven campaign which hopes to liberate brittany from her conservatorship constance. Grady has been covering free brittany for. Vox so a conservative ship is illegal solution for what happens if you're an adult but you can't make decisions for your life in your best interests. So this is something that is used if you have a mental health condition or brain injury You're developing dementia. And you're unable to care for yourself. So accord will assign someone to do that for you. So britney went under conservatorship in two thousand eight and under the terms of her conservatorship. She's not in control of her finances or business or personal life so for about two years now going back actually to the point that the conservatorship was set in place in two thousand eight but most intensely for the past two years and especially now since the release of be new documentary framing. britney spears. Fans have been speculating. That the conservatorship has left britney spears as a prisoner in her life and that she might need to be rescued. Okay well let's go back to two thousand eight and talk about why britney spears was placed under this conservatorship. If you think back to two thousand eight you might remember that. There was just nonstop goth coverage of britney spears that year relief and in two thousand seven especially as well. They're repoprt ati following her around. All the time would like wait outside her limo when she was going to clubs to take up strict photos of her and then the entire internet would discuss her underwear and she was starting to react back to them. In increasingly bizarre ways she started yelling at the paparazzi in a british accent once he attacked hover car with an umbrella. Please please seed saved her own head up. Which was all photographed by paper off. They're very famous pictures of her sort of grinning and holding up a to her scalp. She went in and out of rehab. A few times that to the pictures were all over teams. The press helps them now and is performed at the emmy in two thousand seven in this kind of infamous performance where she was sleepwalking through it the press discussed whether she was fat now lot there was a lot going on for her. It was not a good year. Fears has lost so she fits under psychiatric hold twice. What does that mean. She is put in a mental hospital and not allowed to leave what happened. I think that one angle of what happened to britney that we have to hit here. Is that the media industries incredibly sexist straight and even more so when she was coming up. There's one subject we didn't discuss. What was that. everyone's talking about it. Well you'll breasts. There is that whole narrative about whether britain a real virgin and that some like ruin adults would ask her at press conferences. And my of virgin. I think especially when she was with justin timberlake and they've never really cared about justin timberlake's virginity because who would. It was just about britney in her schoolgirl uniform. And you know each. She actually a good girl. There was this intense very sexualize focus on her life. That just wasn't there. In quite the same way for her male cohort. No matter how famous they were. It's hard to imagine that that did anything good for her. And then why does the conservative. Come about a month after the second psychiatric hold. Her father says these are not working. Long-term go under a hold. A doctor will say okay. You're fit to live your own life. Now she'll go out and then she'll spiral and it happens again. So he asked the court for emergency temporary conservatorship over brittany the courts. Brandt that order and then it becomes permanent.

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The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires -- Librarian A - burst 02

Drunk Librarians Podcast

00:45 sec | Last month

The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires -- Librarian A - burst 02

"So this is actually by grady hendrix. Which gig radi found out. Today was a white man. No humor favorite tiktok slow. I thought i thought there were parts where he described cubes in boobs. Thought you know this might not be a woman. This might be a man hugues boobs. Let's via white man. It's it's it's just like the eitel and dec- magin how pupils in boobs get into that hugues boob southern book clubs guide to slang vampires. Well if anyone could do it it would be a white man.

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Man says he was pistol-whipped at Atlanta dollar store for not wearing mask

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:33 sec | Last month

Man says he was pistol-whipped at Atlanta dollar store for not wearing mask

"After not wearing a face mask into a local family dollar, police say a man was pistol whipped by an employee. The victim told police that he came to the store to shop but wasn't wearing a mask and says an employee confronted him and they got into an argument. The victim says That's when the employees pulled out a handgun and trying to push him out of the store and eventually hit him over the head with the gun. Police said he was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital for treatment and they are reviewing surveillance video of the incident. It's unclear if any charges will be filed.

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Atlanta man severely burned in Forsyth County brewery explosion

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:29 sec | Last month

Atlanta man severely burned in Forsyth County brewery explosion

"Who was visiting a distillery on Georgia 401st Sight County yesterday morning was critically burned when one of the stills exploded and sparked a flash fire. Fire investigators with the purse I county Fire department working to determine how that malfunction happened. The man whose name was not released, publicly suffering burns over 50% of his body. Again. His name was not released. He was taken to Grady Hospital's Burn Center in Atlanta.

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DeKalb police sergeant struck, killed on Downtown Connector in metro Atlanta

WSB programming

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

DeKalb police sergeant struck, killed on Downtown Connector in metro Atlanta

"Having to do with that red alert. They closed down part of the downtown connector earlier this morning and afternoon. The DeKalb County Police Department confirms one of its officers involved in that crash has died. Sergeant Daniel Mobley was a 22 year veteran of the department. Release says Mobley was struck while on the scene of the accident involving another officer. He was taking a Grady where he died. Mobley is the first Georgia police officer to be killed in the line of duty this year. Last year, Georgia lost seven officers in the line of duty, according to the officer's down memorial Page. 11

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Chicago O'Hare buzzes with holiday travelers ahead of Christmas

Larry O'Connor

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago O'Hare buzzes with holiday travelers ahead of Christmas

"Despite the covert restrictions people are traveling. It's been very busy here at O'Hare as well as at airports across the country. More people are expected to get on a plane this holiday season that have since the pandemic started. A top mode of transport will be the car people feel a little more comfortable in that more than 81 million Americans will drive this holiday season. Just about three million of them will get on a plane that is far fewer than a normal Christmas and even though not as many people will be flying this year, if you are something you might want to pay attention to is that planes will be fuller than they usually are. Airlines have cut so many flights because of the pandemic, and most are no longer keeping those middle seats open boxes. Grady tremble

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Episode 67:  the Million Mom March-- Continuing it's Legacy 20 Years Later

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:44 min | 2 months ago

Episode 67: the Million Mom March-- Continuing it's Legacy 20 Years Later

"So Donna I want to start with you. Can you talk to our listeners? I know you're going to have to be brief about it. But tell our listeners what prompted you to begin the million mom, March, what was the million mom, March you off and can you take us through your journey? Sure. Well, it was August 10th 1999 typical vacation day on Fire Island. I was with my daughters who were four and five years old that summer they had also gone to a JCC day camp in New Jersey and never what I dreamed that suddenly I would be frightened that they would be targets off from a white supremacist on that day a white supremacist storm to JCC Day Camp, Granada Hills, California. He opened fired on Little Campers and fortunately none of the kids dog. But they suffered great injuries, including a sixteen-year-old day camp counselor and my world changed at that moment at the time. I was a part-time publicist for Late Show with David Letterman. I felt like, you know, I have time to do something serious like volunteer to do PR for gun violence prevention organization. And and really the only one I knew of and usually get through to was was called handgun control Inc then but for purpose of this podcast, I'm calling it by its since rebranded name since 2001 the Brady organization, so I called Grady but I filled a volunteers and it was very hard to volunteer at that particular moment because Congress had just a few weeks before failed to close the gun-show loophole that was exposed when Columbine happened. That's how those Shooters got their guns through a loophole. And so there was a lot of discouragement in the basic. I was told but we still tell people who call your cock. Spend and I was embarrassed that I hadn't actually called my congressman at all since becoming a mother and you know, I knew the number by heart because I had worked on Capitol Hill for years right out of college. So I know the importance of making your voice heard and I even understood the importance when like five women would sit out in our reception area five women used to terrify my boss US senator Russell long. He thought five women sitting out and reception area meant five thousand women were right behind them. So I am going to tell you a secret JK I I wrote a book so I had more detail about how the whole minimum March came together and it's a great book. Thank you, but I left out as a little secret and I know I've told a lot of people that you're not the first person I'm talking but I think it's frozen on a broadcast. My goal was never to really get a million moms. My goal was to get five moms in every congressional district in this country but to Orange Is the 2175 person March just in the sounded interesting so because I'm a pure person million mom, March a little more Pizzazz, but I thought okay million. Mom March million is a thousand million as a metaphor, you know for a lot of people and so we launched it on Labor Day when I say we I get all my friends who I'd worked with. I worked at CBS news for several years. I worked in different, you know different places that immediate mavens and they helped me put together, you know logos slogans a press release and we launched on Labor Day. I was actually shocked on how newsworthy they they considered a million mom March and Mother's Day. It was nine months from the day. I applied to the permit on August seventeenth two Mother's Day that made fourteen. We were the headlines wrote them, you know takes nine months to make a baby nine months to make March, you know, maybe you know, we get congressmen to pass laws to protect those

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The Truth about Video Games and Guns

Red, Blue, and Brady

04:06 min | 2 months ago

The Truth about Video Games and Guns

"All right by having you two gentlemen introduce yourselves. Sure. My name is TJ Arch. I am a creative director at a advertising agency called Juniper Park tbwa. We're a global advertising agency based in Toronto and I lead a some creative teams there and you know, we we kind of harness the power of of narrative often and and so we've had the opportunity to speak with Brady on a league of legislators Campaign, which was like a great a great thrill because we do a lot of work with all sorts of Industries, but there's nothing better than when we get to work on wage. And causes and things that we believe in though. It's been a really a pleasure to work with Grady. All right. My name is Steven. Machuca. I run military charity Stack Up. Org. We're a charity that supports you took us and Allied veterans through gaming and geek culture. We send video game care packages two units deployed to combat zones folks recovering a military hospitals and individuals that are just struggling way back home. We have a 24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline through a gaming chat client called Discord that's available for veterans primarily, but I'm a team of volunteers that are there any our the day at night to help out where where they can as far as that goes. So those are our two main programs right now, and we've got a couple other ones as well like volunteerism and Palm Terrace L programme, which is where we fly disabled the deserving veterans to various gaming events or conventions. Like Comic-Con game Studio tours, things like that, but obviously all that's been on hold. Thanks to God. the magic of covid-19 Very official badge. So I'm hoping you did you get a media badge the matter now sure now that you're on the list. I mean when they you know, cuz they're saying hey they're looking to do PAX East in June ish next year, which is exciting. It's nice to be in be nice to be in Boston in the summer for a change issue February. Yeah. Well fingers crossed on that that we can we can all see each other person then. Yes, ma'am. Well and then I think we can just jump right in and this is going to be a weird question probably for all of you and as Kelly and I were talking earlier from folks who grew up with like Super Mario Brothers, maybe a little weird but why why video games as a is a job focus in in what both of you do so both in sort of doing these like direct Veterans Services and then I'm doing the sort of narrative Outreach to sort of change outlooks on how folks can interact with the lawmakers and their country like why video games. Is that ankle? Why not crochet birth? Dance, you know why why video games why the interest so gaming has been a huge part of my life growing up like I mean it was one of the one of my first memories is my dad taking me to Arcade Putt-Putt course back in my hometown and it was just ever since I could hold the controller in my hand. I was Off to the Races and that's always been the through line of my life. And so why would it be any different when I went into the military or deployed overseas? It was all about gaining when I went over there is like a thing to do to keep me from going crazy.

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Atlanta's Grady students vote for Midtown High School as new name

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta's Grady students vote for Midtown High School as new name

"Now to update the renaming of Atlanta's Grady High School. The Atlanta School Board meets Monday to vote on changing the name to Midtown Haas committee has recommended to support the student vote. Fed Chairwoman Leslie Grant says more than 60% of Grady students picked Midtown high schools that first choice, a name favored by the committee earlier this fall to be Wells after the trailblazing black journalist places a distant

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"Thanks so to kinda rounded out. Like i feel like a lot of changes we've had this year are going to end up being permanent but there's also a lot of things that are going to go slowly back to whatever the new normal becomes so what are some things that You think midsize enterprises should be thinking about in terms of security over the next year as we start to return to whatever twenty twenty. One is going to end up being for us yet. It's hard so i'm a cybersecurity. Security analyst not a pandemic analyst. I can't really say how long it's going to be right. But if we if we for the sake of argument's say sometime next year will as you said. Start to get back. We're gonna talk about the hybrid workplace so all the controls changes in processes and tools. That were We're dealing with now are going to remain important. But you're still going to have to secure your your corporate locations and so ensuring that that those two sets work together is going to be really important. And if you kind of accept that then can converging functionality to centralize management and reporting and invisibility becomes that much more important. So i mean that's that's why these buzzy terms like sdr are and sassy are garnering so much attention because they they at least aim to solve that problem with they deliver on it me yet to be seen. But that's that's the goal is is to deliver on that. And then again. As you kind of broaden the stack taking advantage of things like automation is going to be really important And then some of the nuts and bolts so training and user awareness. I think needs to improve quite a bit. And there's a certainly a recognition of that due to the pandemic. but i haven't really seen the uptick in adding that training kind of meaningfully. I think we can do a lot better in enabling our users to think cyber i and i'm hopeful over the next couple of years hopefully that will start to change it..

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"Those are all things that organizations are looking for And i think that's that's changed from a priority perspective. Yeah mark excuse me for for adding a new acronym to our podcast. But i tell you one of the things that i'm curious your take on john. That watchguard is really focused on probably even more so in the short term than sassy is i know. I'm getting a little injury on our podcast but awhile ago we acquired a company called panda security so we have a really cool and point protection suite so we can help even with the remote worker quite a bit but i we were seeing even before this with products. We have called threat detection and response a convergence between point and network security and the new term. I'm alluding to is extended detection and response or x t r which is all about taking this endpoint security. We've had layers of security on the endpoint for quite a while. We've had layers of security on network workload for quite a while but taking kind of the indicators from both of those into this visibility solution that helps you discover control. You know remediate and take care of all your your your organization. Whether they're remote workers are were a network appliances together. What do you think of kind of this convergence of endpoint in network in that other industry term called tr. Yeah we're we're looking at at x t are quite closely and you know again not not not to dwell on the kind of the buzzy terms but it's it's something that's addressing a real pain point and it's just as Kind of interesting. And i think important as as sassy so. I've heard some argue. That the convergence of of endpoint networking doesn't make sense for a whole host of kind of or reason. I've never really agreed with that. Because yeah that you can talk about the different kind of owners within the security team that may run and and be responsible for versus network but from a pure threat detection perspective even before the users were primarily Remote the benefits of sharing that telemetry and having visibility across both devices and network seemed like a.

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"Easy to forget that we started out the year with basically an entire continent being on fire. And now we're at where we are now. And what do you think like in terms of security and it like the throughout the year. A lot has changed. But what are some of the big priorities in. It that have changed due to this pandemic and how has that impacted cybersecurity yet. We're still parsing through. I think how things are going to to shake out relative we just kinda take take it to a a spending level and where the priorities from kind of budgeting what we found and this is a couple months ago but post pandemic we ran a study after folks kinda got their feet under them. All right what do you think is going to happen really interesting. Split between those who think absolutely we're slashing budgets and those who say things are gonna stay normal or were even prioritizing. It spending to enable this this new distributed environment but even those who said we were going to cut budgets. it wasn't across every area. There's still prioritizing even increasing spending on things like cloud and cyber security so. I think those are the two kind of big shifts. Is this talking about the shift to cloud for for years but that was accelerated. And i think that even filters down into the mid market specifically and then with security. How do you secure the distributed workforce how do you improve that visibility. How do you make things more. Flexible and agile. I think those are going to be two of the buzzwords kind of coming out of this across not just it. Cybersecurity flexibility and agility. A lot organizations got caught flat-footed We're forced to adjust on the fly. And they're not going to happen again. So whatever tools able that is what they'll be focusing on a minute comes like security threats internally. We keep track of all of our threat intelligence that we get from security appliances deployed throughout the world We've chatted about on this podcast quite a few times..

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"So with this rapid shift that we saw last six months to a mobile workforce. What are some of the things that you saw where they had the biggest impact on security if organizations got them wrong or if they got them. Yeah i think the the organizations that were already Supporting flexibility Either in remote work device type had a leg up on this so those that were kind of very locked down had folks in the office on manage devices. They had a lot of catching up to do. The ones that already had a bit of a plan in place for how to deal with unmanaged devices or or employees who are who are off network. We're we're definitely successful. Those who were thinking about kind of modernizing some of their security approaches getting away from from. Vpn to something like z. Tna certainly did as well. And i think though and this is tough in the mid market but we've found that broadly in the market those who have invested in some analytics capabilities to kind of stitch the telemetry across all these different areas together Had a a bit of a easier lift in terms of detecting when things started to go amiss. Because i think that's the biggest difference. It's one thing if he's behind the firewall and you have a couple of choke points you can kind of pull logs froman and do some some analysis on that and detect a threat or or something going wrong but as everything becomes distributed. That's a little tougher so those that that had a Plan in place. I think were were a bit ahead of the curve. That sounds like it's safe to say that. Like visibility still plays a big part into it also like having visibility into Threats on your network indicators even just activity basically could be the difference between stopping these threats or not when it comes to this. New remote workforce. It's a huge piece and i think You know there's a focus on each part of those those kind of three macro..

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"And that's the skills gap it's combination of things but that's a big reason. Why at least they have trouble with these threats if we talk about why they're attractive This still a valuable information. Or the result of those phishing attacks often to gain access to or unum fraudulently transfer company funds right. They still have money. So they're attractive in that sense and then they don't have the resources whether you're talking about budget talking about kind of advanced tools or the actual skills of the folks through no fault of their own a lot of security personnel and mid market organizations. Maybe not as a kind of high end of mid market but as you work your way down. They're wearing multiple. Hats may be the networking admin. Who's tasked with a big chunk of security responsibility. it's just hard to talk to scale. And so attackers know that. And they put their resources where they think they're going to get the most return. So we hear so much about sophisticated kind of nation state type attacks and that might be targeted at the enterprise. But i think from a like a cybercrime perspective. The mid market is is really the sweet spot of that. I just wanted to ask a. We absolutely agree by the way that small to to mid market organizations sometimes don't realize the value they have two attackers directly. But you hear a lot about supply chain attacks to and in this context. I'm not talking about the manufacturing supply. Chain i'm talking more about the fact that all businesses have partnerships and interconnections with other businesses. Are you seeing or hearing anything about you know you clearly stated that may be the cybersecurity skills gap means they are kind of the weaker link simply because they don't have the time or skills to focus as much as enterprise but do you think there's any truth to part of that weaker link might be a connection to a bigger fish that they're somehow indirectly connected to as an organization app absolutely not so it's a great point in the term..

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"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"grady" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"Leading initial research initiatives and then emerging areas Such as advanced threat protection and distributed denial service as an analyst though he's focused on infrastructure channels assessing in advising on the go to market strategies of it vendors especially from an indirect perspective also in our last chat we chatted about sassy secure access secure edge as well as zero trust network access c. Tna and this week we're going to shift focus a little bit and talk about how the pandemic over the past. Few months has really changed security for mid size enterprises. So john This year he wrote a paper that focused on guiding principles for securing mid enterprises. And in that paper you discussed of the security challenges that they faced by those organizations and really how they were excavated by covid nineteen as companies scramble to try and support insecure new expand. Remote workforce. i'm so i guess. First question jew. John is. Let's just start by talking about how complexity for medium small medium enterprises has grown over the past years. Like it's no longer just a domain controller in an exchange server like a few files shirts file share servers onsite now organizations are really working with hybrid cloud environments with public and private Thanks to the pandemic now. They've got balance that with securing remote workers as well. So what are in your opinion. Some of the security risks that come along with this increased complexity. Absolutely so you know. I think the complexity you hit on a lot of these points. It's interesting when when we originally wrote the paper. I think a lot of pre pandemic the points remade the same even after the pandemic. it's just an acceleration so number one is as you said cloud adoption so more and more resources shifting outside the corporate network. it's very easy to to kind of lose visibility and control understanding the whole up shared security Responsibility model when things are in the cloud becomes complex. It's just a different dynamic. We talked about the.

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Two Friends (MM #3529)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Two Friends (MM #3529)

"The with kevin mason rolling through facebook did morning when it came upon. The horrible news had lost. A friend actually had lost two friends one of my former co workers and friends. Tko grady. i worked with an akron had passed away. It was unexpected. He didn't show up for a get together with friends on sunday when they went to check on them they found him unresponsive and he can. I worked together. He ran the rock station. I ran the country station and his world was so much different than mine. But the one thing many people don't know is that tko. Grady was really tim. Gurley a small town boy from mexico missouri. Whose dad ran a grocery store and i knew that side of him too because he really was two different people out in the public he was. Tko grady life of the party. Love to everybody. Everybody loved him. But every now and again. We'd see. Tim girly the quiet and shy guy laid back in reserved. I've seen many tributes to tk but only a couple of tributes to tim because he didn't let that slide out very often. I'm blessed to have known that side because losing one person. I actually lost to the weird thing about radio people. Sometimes it's almost like you're a split personality to people in one.

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Two Friends (MM #3529)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Two Friends (MM #3529)

"The with kevin mason rolling through facebook did morning when it came upon. The horrible news had lost. A friend actually had lost two friends one of my former co workers and friends. Tko grady. i worked with an akron had passed away. It was unexpected. He didn't show up for a get together with friends on sunday when they went to check on them they found him unresponsive and he can. I worked together. He ran the rock station. I ran the country station and his world was so much different than mine. But the one thing many people don't know is that tko. Grady was really tim. Gurley a small town boy from mexico missouri. Whose dad ran a grocery store and i knew that side of him too because he really was two different people out in the public he was. Tko grady life of the party. Love to everybody. Everybody loved him. But every now and again. We'd see. Tim girly the quiet and shy guy laid back in reserved. I've seen many tributes to tk but only a couple of tributes to tim because he didn't let that slide out very often. I'm blessed to have known that side because losing one person. I actually lost to the weird thing about radio people. Sometimes it's almost like you're a split personality to people in one.

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"grady" Discussed on Free Cookies

Free Cookies

13:54 min | 10 months ago

"grady" Discussed on Free Cookies

"And today we have the amazing Grady Hendrix on this show while the bunny worke dripping with horror and humor with horror and humor Japan with horror and Huma. So it's like he's bloody but also never proper bio for Mr Grady Hendrix later and we have a great interview with him. But we wanted to start as you can tell with. Lindsay columns our producer who also runs the F. and B. Radio which is an amazing podcast. And as you may have guessed from the title maybe not if you're not in the food that's short for Food and Bev which is short for food and beverage which also means she works in restaurants. Yes so we wanted to talk about some current events that are happening in the world so quickly for our listeners. Who Don't follow the tabloid headlines? We had on our show about five episodes ago. Alison Roman. Who is the author of the cookbook cookbooks dining in and nothing fancy and we interviewed her live in Charleston during Charleston food and wine and she got herself in a little bit of turmoil. The past week HOT PASTA WATER HOT TIPS. Scorching Pizza Oven temperatures. When she spoke disparagingly crecy gain who wrote cravings and has a business or that cookbook and also Marie Condo. Who is the net Netflix? Show and a book yet about decluttering Your Life. So Alison stepped in it by talking about those two women in their careers in the ways. In which that she? She called him sellouts. Yes thank you. Stop trying to be. So we're this. We because Allison has been on the show and because it is something that Katherine I talk about and even when Lindsay's over to we talk about the cancel culture in the current culture and so we wanted to talk about this Alison Chrissy. Teigen were draw. It's important for listeners. To know if you have no idea who else in Roman is that she is. I want to say like the Indy Queen Younger edition of. She's the millennial hipster like jotted Alana's or Rachel. Ray Think of the big female name in the food world and Allison. Is that young early thirties. Something she's like. I think shy gene wearing only got gotta throw you said high. She's got hygiene. I wasted denim wearing yeah. She's like she's like a hipster Julia Child there. I was GONNA say Lindsay Thought. She is because of my favorite child. Quote is when she drops the chicken like mid taping. The chicken falls on the floor and she goes.

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"grady" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"grady" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Then starts crawling towards her and then insert lobbying and trying to light at her neck so the the way it is written. It feels like you're there watching it and it's really horrifying. It's so scary. And it gets what she bites here. I could not believe yes to stakes grady. Not afraid to do it appreciate it cannot help to stand. Dan. I cannot help but just stand and deliver. I cannot help. It's a stand innovation wonderful. I liked that one of her reactions was just. Oh no no no no no no yes so. I'm GonNa read. I'm GonNa read a little bit. It's when she's recognized that it's Mrs Savage and it says this face hanging over hers. Slobbering with mindless hunger belong to the woman who for years had been the bane of the neighborhood. They yawning mouth. Who's white teeth had raccoon? I STUCK BETWEEN THEM. Belong to the woman who grew beautiful hydrangea in her front yard? And patrolled the old village in the mid day heat wearing a floppy canvas hat carrying a stick with a nail in one end to spare candy wrappers now all MRS savage cared about was getting her mouth open onto Patricia. Face she was on top and gravity worked in her favour and Patricia. -T's world filled with white teeth smeared with blood with bristling with raccoons for Patricia. Felt things tickling her face and realized they were fleas leaping from the records full raw. There is another moment that's later. We'll talk about that is also equally skirling cock block which.

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"grady" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

12:40 min | 1 year ago

"grady" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Either teaching the cancel Grady worth please leave a voicemail for them and they will return your call just as soon as they pick up so a little bit of a format given our quarantining issues and if we sound a little bit different we're doing our part to stay healthy and safe so please bear with us if we have some flight delays and such but we are here to help again we've been getting a lot of email questions today everybody's taking advantage of that I'm sure everybody's home as they should be we got a question that back on Friday from Bob and he asked about whether we think domestic international or small cap or large cap lead to recovery coming out of the downturn in opinion on that one yeah they generic basis I would say domestic large cap and growth versus value and generally what happens is when the initial rebound value stock the dividend payer will be done recovering but you know if you're in a large cap U. S. the fund you're gonna have both growth and value and but I would say the US is the strongest economy on the planet right now and they will be the leader on the way out and I can't emphasize enough the people should have confidence in this two trillion dollar bill there I know we have a lot of questions on that but then what now we're on a speed round with the enormity of the internet questions so let's go on to the next one sure gosh you've got so many to choose from there that number of them are asking and I'll try to summarize here Jim no we won't get into specifics about stocks but says some of the questions are are in regard to the possibility of dividend cuts over the next three six months until we come out of the US yeah an example not a factor a lot of people look at these three if you take a look at the major energy company their dividends based on current market value as a norm and so you're gonna have to take a look at the capitalization of the company now what's what's gonna happen is the the people on this so you're the CEO of acts on and there's an enormous amount of high leverage second year third year oil companies that have a whole lot of money borrowed money collateralized by the creatures on the ground then or now works about twenty four dollars a barrel instead of sixty when the banks are gonna get nervous they're gonna start calling their loans and you could buy Norma's reserves in the ground she now should you do that or should you pay dividends or should you upgrade plant and equipment with all the incentives that are coming under this two trillion dollar plan so I would not be surprised to see some of the dividend payers cut back a little bit yeah I I I agree John just makes sense from a cash flow standpoint companies have to do we have to do well where hall shut down right well one of the question came through I thought was kind of interesting do you think that the algorithmic trading will be adjusted or may be curtailed do the thirty percent drop that we saw no the regulatory agencies and the fed I consider the ability of the market still hyper trade this is a sign of strength not weakness and so I imagine that will continue a lot of people that and they were you know the Talking Heads the searcher on news shows we should shut the market down or shortened trading hours the answer is now as an example because the floor of the New York and New York is certainly functioning I have friends relatives and is not a very physical and the buildings were were completely functioning yeah I guess I am Stanford size we're working perfectly and so now that we're in the new year of the dancer is the high frequency trading is going to continue right yeah we are functioning just a little busy little different making a gem as we all our jobs yeah yes we will when we go back to a phone caller Jim and why don't we go to Vincent from where he's been holding on this and you're on the show with Jim Meredith yeah good morning gentleman here's where you're going to yours all good morning I'm sixty years old and I I've been in the infrastructure business for twenty three years I work for a company that or home based out of out of eastern PA but we we cater to contractors I deal with a lot of heavy highway road builders we're gonna we're kind of perplexed because more Nissan company we've been in a sub company for since two thousand two we have presently to R. seven employees and referral quite a bit because we were worried about our working capital for cash now we're one of the right one percent of success will do more of the upper one percent a successful use of companies we actually are a hundred percent vested we we we we pay dealers back affected basically two thousand eleven we paid a twenty million dollar offering that we created to get started I got in the soft it two thousand ten and I price we have about three hundred thousand dollars these are stocked and I have about two hundred thousand in my four oh one now my wife is sixty five and when we rolled all our money she worked for U. S. Airways review years EDMC couple companies we rolled our money into fidelity we took our first we waited two years and we took a withdrawal for her because she's living on social security that was kind of shocked her didn't really you know we we all live outside our means but I think we took a withdrawal to pay down some some debt and then this past week we noticed that you know she had about a hundred twenty thousand in her fund and they dropped only done eighty eight most of that was profit that we lost you know and and I noticed because I already had about forty percent are necessary that she had she was that I had the sixty forty investment the sixty percent share in stock they had thirty nine thousand invested into blue chip stocks like there was a fidelity advisors on and it was a it was socks such as the Amazon JP Morgan Google those fox took a tremendous hit and she was taking a tremendous that so we took the fifty grand out so my question is what type of tax liabilities what type of what type of frozen because whatever limits anything was money yet I left the other thirty eight thousand she added in a more and move to a market account and I want to invest in more of a look at three stocks US foods Budweiser and an accompanying that I it's in my business called advanced drainage systems Inc trades on a logo W. M. S. the stock was at one dollars three four weeks ago it dropped down Friday to under twenty eight it is complaining that the company is a very very successful company and in the construction in the war well for what we do here is we we deal with water you take away water you don't have any you do you do you have okay let me real quick and thank you for that some one year business itself or not you're eligible for up to ten million dollars of loans and if you do your pay roll right bring the people back on the pay roll those loans are going to be forgiven by the federal government so you know we might only be eligible for one five million that's all we may be eligible for because we are all right it's a function of your payroll but let me answer the other questions because we are we going to do this work with near you why should put the money back into the irate that was a mistake you can go to cast inside the Iraq let's put the money back in there and I think give you dollar cost average into you know the stocks or the market over a three month period of time in the year so you'll be happy I'm sorry but we just we're up there are balls and inquiring and I have to get through this but if you have any questions on the specifics all the guys up in the air raid will give you that number and on the individual socks I don't have the time today to get into a discussion on individuals okay but so right if you could give me that number Ali yeah thanks for the call the number to reach you guys off the air for one two four three four zero nine nine nine engine is forwarded to them we have a break down on some of the programs that are available to do it Jim just mentioned and those can be forwarded to you as well so that's four one two four three four zero nine nine nine leave a message and the guys get back to you and also provide some website information for you as well but thank you very much for the call well this is Jim when we get back to the phones we've we had John holding from the north hills good morning John thanks for holding Waregem good morning hi how are you all right Sir John where we live if you could give us a call back sorry about that A. on but please give us a call back we'll we'll get your right back on when in the meantime what we go to Steve from the north hills good morning Steve morning Jim thank you for taking my call question regarding FDIC insurance at banks all right the limits two hundred fifty thousand it but is that per account or would that is for the total sum of I have multiple counts is that the total sum is of her account owner so if you had money in the account if you're married you have a joint that's a separate account your wife is going to have a separate account you already have an account in trust for each other those are separate accounts okay it's two fifty per insured account okay very good thank you very much all right Sir thank you then when we go to one of our email question this comes from land and I think it's appropriate timing she says that she promised to pay our staff to the corner virus outbreak although they are in practice income is now how does she access the loan grant and information for the bailout your lan urus is a good question particularly small businesses were closed on everybody's you're the boss using on our thing and they need you back their paychecks there is amazing it when fall opportunities for both the employees and the employer and what I can say this is gonna sound like a broken record this is an email call emailed the guys off the air and we we'll give you the **** the website for this just opened up on Saturday and you know it is there and you know better days are ahead for you your business and your employees and then there's the subsidies you're gonna get Kerry years for and the good thing for you the.

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"grady" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"grady" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Grady this is fun hello friends this is Tyrone and I want to tell you about my dentist Dr Michael singleton who should be your dentist to it's tomorrow's dentistry today this is family dentistry you can trust to over twenty years of experience Dr singleton offer services in all areas of dentistry he can enhance that smile of yours protect your precious teeth get in today and see doctor Michael singleton he's at one zero eight one north Ann Arbor street insulin Michigan you can call Dr singleton at seven three four four two nine seven four one five calling today you're a band with fast Eddie's every Saturday night at six on the musical side of where these caravans delivering a payload of high octane do a hard drive and rhythm and blues just the scope of other cool stuff June right behind the great primers wicked fast fifty five Chevy union for eighties caravan with fast Eddie on what sixteen hundred AM ten ninety two point seven FM I guess Michigan ninety four please I guess so somewhere in Michigan make yeah sort of an unusual name you get up into my I want to make a correction I said that was done around eleven thousand I just make this stuff I miss both eighteen fifty I I and I knew that wilderness number another thing.

"grady" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"grady" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"And the three minutes of it is just able to hook you in and just like Rivet your attention. What is going on that? This song is so powerful that rules the the charge that so popular. What are the musical characteristics that go into it? Once we started brewing deeper and deeper into the compositional logic of the song I think by by the end we emerged as people to people who formerly me a jazz like classical snob Charlie more of a rock electronic music SNOB BOB on the other side of this experience we were like Whoa pop. Music has a lot of depth a lot of beauty a lot of artistry. It really wasn't ear opening moment for us. Do you think it was just that song in particular or was there something in the way we generally talk about pop. That was shifting at that moment in time. Because that's sort of a little a bit into the rise of optimism. It's a few years after that big essay in the New York Times magazine called the rap against rockets them that sort of suggested adjusted that may be music. Criticism had spent too much time lifting up rock music as the most important genre areas and that it had had ignored the artistic possibilities. Ladies of pop did that play any role in your thinking. Do you think even subliminally. Yeah absolutely I think there were two big trends that were happening at the start of our show. One was a larger larger focus on popular culture within cultural criticism at large but also the rise of explainer journalism and. I think that we were really sort of marrying being those two with the show with optimism. I think part of what we recognize in our former snobbery is it so often when we it derived a kind of music. Those arguments can be based off of known unknown diocese of gender or Sexuality Race Class and when we listened closer to pop music I think we saw the ways in which especially women are written out of getting credit or even being seen as musicians because so often while they're just the singers and when we look at someone like Carlson we see a great amount of autonomy expression. Unique unique ways of showing US emotional cues ways of expressing ourselves giving ourselves allowances to be able to have an extended Human experience but not really for the two of US I think the most important influence was just listening and I think that that is what the whole point of the book is about when we call the show switched on pop in the books. Which Don pop? It's about `bout really truly being switched on to listening to listen very deeply. I think that's where so much change has happened for our ears. I think for our listeners as well well There's so much you can mind from the music so tell us how the book will help us. Listen deeply become switched on to pop. How will it help us make sense? At the top of each chapter is designed to have two overlapping goals. One is to reveal the sort of inner musical. Go World of a well known song from the past twenty years from artists ranging from Andre Benjamin said and each chapter in doing doing so also introduces the reader to larger musical concept that they can then go and apply any listening experience whether it's in pop Bernie Genre of music so you'll learn about that particular song but also like an underlying musical idea involving rhythm harmony syncopation timbre etc close. So what are all of these building blocks that you're teaching us about in the book so the book is sort of in three remain sections we can think of it as the essential building blocks nature just mentioned a bunch of them to understand us a have to have a sense of rhythm we have to understand what his rhythm. How does it work a perfect song for exploring rhythm is outkast's Hey Ya.

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"grady" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"grady" Discussed on KTRH

"Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello Jacqueline from the wine country. Yes. A couple of things I wanted to tell you why the opportunity of going through KFI road station. The no kidding. Lunch over there, really probably aware though that we I listened to program very early in the morning sunshine show with Jim Grady for to my normal people. And I just happen to anyone people that was talking to him. And so I got invited over there to tour behind something that looks like shit. I couldn't believe all the buttons. And things you have to push to see a everything. Yeah. Got to see the studio there how you know people sitting behind the year that I call it a spaceship running the programs and two other stations that they own to got a tour that. That was fun. I really liked that then I can visualize what you're doing. It's really nice that. They would welcome. You that way? Well question to they did it once in a while. And they're their listeners. You know, that wasn't all the time. They like to question them as to what's wrong with the programs, and what have you in the court, the four of us that went is talking about the programs. We like we talked about you too. And the and how they've messed up dreamland, but they promised us. They would fix it. They did they did they haven't yet. Z radio is a constant change. You know, a programs come in. Then there's baseball's thinking baseball and all the rest of it. And and stations have to I know that wind, but we wanted to program pick. So. Anyway, the other day I called in all good faith. And I if they may not remember, I told you about like time warp that I had that bothered me so much. I do remember. I heard the next day. Some guy called me a dirty name had brain gas. I mean, I listen to these people talk about these big bird chasing them. I never say. That was a joke. Of course, bothers me terribly..

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"grady" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"grady" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Gina Thomas. Allen sterkcx. This is w the the next and the last thing we wanna talk about for falcons free agents that we wanna get signed is the big one Grady Jarrett, obviously the falcons right before the deadline. Put the franchise tag on Grady Jarrett is non-exclusive tag. We'll talk about that in just a second. This does give the falcons until I believe June sometime in June or July to get a deal done with Jared. If they can't get a deal done by that deadline whether deadline is he actually has to play under the tag for the two thousand nine hundred season, which is about fifteen a little bit over fifteen million dollars for that defensive tackle position. So gene, I'm going to start with you Grady Jarrett. We've heard that the sides the fall. Far apart? There have been rumors that he wants, quote, unquote, Aaron Donald money, whether your thoughts on Jarrett as a player what you know on whether or not he should get paid. How all of this plays out? Well, I think that they will probably work something out with Jarrett. I think that Jared chair is going to want to stay here. I think that they'll be able to come to some kind of agreement, but I understand why once the test the market, and I understand why the team had to apply the franchise tag. We've got a few months now that they're that they've decided to go that route. And so I think that over that span they'll be able to figure something out the one thing that concerns me is that they applied the non-exclusive tag him. So that he can still talk to other teams. So if they had applied the exclusive tag, I feel like I probably would've been more comfortable with it. But yeah, I still think that the work something out. And to to give some context some fans asked about the nature of the tag, first of all, the mon- exclusive the non-exclusive tag is what most teams use to genus point it does allow him and his agent to talk to any other team. They want to however, if another team gives him an offer sheet the falcons get the right to match the offer sheet made to him by the other team. And if they turn it down. In other words, they will let Grady sign with whatever team offers him contract. They actually get two first round picks as compensation from that team for leading Jericho. So it's as a matter of fact, someone asked me the other day if that has ever happened, and I cannot think of an instance in recent memory where a team actually gave up two first round picks to sign away a free agent like that if you guys can think of any. Me. No. But I could not think of any in recent memory. So it is exceedingly rare that a non-exclusive tag results in the player walking away. So Alan with all of that said your thoughts on Jared. How you doing? Defense attack position. There's so much Greytown there. So that's why I can't see team trae away for two trumpets course, viz look to us route fix even so crazy Jon Gruden would put. I understand. For Trent Brown. Linda conflict the deals they've got the highest paid players position. I'll either players top-five cons these top five, but you understand why? Jared wants to end the lion. He deserves the jobs at the he's the most valuable offensive player on the roster consistently excellently huge away just crime. He's really Volve as a pest at the something earliest creates struggle with banana seemed just make impact we get week out. I told this day was to get paid like it because he's one of the centerpieces, so and I think also people need take into consideration. Just because you're the highest paid player position. Doesn't mean. This could be time. Devante Freeman was is payment league. We all the, but we all agree that he's not the best league, especially that time. But Jared I'll put he's not here. Don, he's not Fletcher caused by Pullman that secondary. He's that good. He's entering his privates east. You got the value players like the whole thing. They would have because he somebody that is going to be like I said he's gonna be on the franchise cornerstones he's improving since twenty sixteen..

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"grady" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"grady" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Grady. Fire short struck by birkhead and birkhead gets cut down. Ball comes out loose ball around midfield the Bill scooping up. They haven't goes by really quick picked up. Again, the heads of gronkowski picked up by. And he goes down at the twenty four yard line. Some of the calls of the game yesterday for the bills loss in New England some John Murphy's calls. They're brought to you by our by software. The best office phone system in buffalo yesterday was a game of for the bills and patriots running the ball. And you said it was kind of boring you thought which I was you're probably gonna loners and watch the other games woods like a different sport watching saints Steelers and chiefs Seahawks incredible playmakers even Houston Philly some of the end of the fourth quarter of that game. Going back to Shawn Watson to Chaumont touchdown, bats. You know, we talk about Mahomes lot too. Great quarterbacks went in the bills moved on mostly. If there's this great. They lose to New England twenty four twelve a Josh Allen. It's only one loss against the patriots. It's only one for him. This is the first one against Tom Brady. Hopefully, it's the only time they ever play against Brady twenty per forty one to seventeen touchdown in two picks. The Shawn McCoy nine yards rushing. Not great Charles clay, healthy scratch Brady, one twenty six. See Tom Brady, right? You are talking about talent wasn't alien outperformed Brady. Yeah. New England two hundred seventy three yards rushing less than ideal bills. Dolphins Sunday from the stadium. Seattle wins on Sunday night. Thirty eight thirty one Dallas beach, Tampa twenty seven twenty the saints and Steelers so much in that game to talk about a fourth down. Those Steelers fake punt the fake punt the guy that ran it thought. He got the first day. He did a mic drop got up and celebrated. They'll so bad for us. He wasn't even close to it wasn't like they stopped and had let's measure this. He was like a yard short the guy feel the worst four in the world is Julius this Schuster because he tweets out that you know, he's going to help his fantasy team. He does something that's fun and engaging and he's a great player and his fumble. At the end of the game kills their chance could tie it. And of course, when you are fun and engaging and do stuff like that. And then fumbled people use that against you and say you don't care enough. Which is it drives me insane. So I felt so bad for juju. Smith, Schuster Heenan. Tonio Brown yesterday. God they have to incredible receivers and might miss the playoffs. Right. How about that? The Steelers dropped out of a place. Mike Tomlin is not exactly the best game day. Coach. I wanted to bring up that fake. Punt indie Steelers drop out. Indie goes in the colts have won eight of nine and they're now in the number two wildcard spot that indie Tenessee game has been flex to Sunday night. The winner of that game goes to the playoffs. Okay. Good jets lost Green Bay. Donald had a big game. Mayfield had three touchdown passes. Hockey news. Rick Jenrette resting and doing well. After a health scare Saturday night while calling the sabers duck's game leave Detroit. Islanders beat Dallas. Boston lost Carolina and the hurricanes wore the Hartford Whalers uniform. They did him. And they didn't like it. It's nice uniform. It is I didn't like it. Just not not a really good idea to rub your face to face, in fact, just think right honoring our heritage. No, no, you're going for cash. We don't know what was up those are your headlines next update. Eight o'clock Christmas gift you got small pre. It's not a problem. A problem. Did you bring stuff I have gifts for you? Okay. Only one of them is in physical form because Brayton's will be sent in a different different way. But here's the thing. You'll see here's the thing. Singing keller. This is this is like the difference between giving and receiving you know, like your gift. I know you're going to like, okay, I'm mad at myself because it's not that. It's not that good. You're gonna like way to build it up for. No, I'll be happy. You're not happy. But I'm upset that I that. I didn't think of anything or I couldn't make it happen. Anything more creative. Well, I mean, you know, once you name a star for a guy, I think it's all Darry hill after that. It's true. It's like it's getting your. I mean, my whatever work wife we've been together for fifteen years. Getting you something that is unpredictable that, you know, you get somebody a gift that they don't even know that they want. Yeah. That's the best kind of gift to give wasteland. Maybe they don't even know what exists or would never buy. Whoa. This is super. Thank you. I can't believe he thought of this. That's the best kind of thing. Brayton's gift on the other hand. I'm not sure if he's going to like it. But there's actual thought put into it. Right. Yours. You didn't put a thought. Yeah. 'cause I'm easy to shop for. Yes. See I would have thought I was gonna tell you don't don't don't get upset 'cause I'm hard to shop for because I'm a fairly boring person who is an open minded to try different things. Like, what the hell do you get for someone like me, right? May not just I'm really I'm really hard to shop for after. Actually, I struggled to give my wife a list of things to get for me this year. So I really felt sorry for you. Well, it's very easy. I'm just mad that it was so easy. And I did it, and I'll give it to you. And it'll be great. Yeah. But Brayton's, I'm more nervous about. But I'm more proud of as the purchaser slash as the provider of said gift. I'm looking forward to like last year. He got he got a shirt for me. That said roll out the snark Kennedy. Yes, great shirt because it put some thought into. Yes. Just so, you know, I don't put thought in. But on the flip side, right? What did you give me? You gave me a bills hoodie. Yeah. Which is wonderful. I'm a practical gift by bingo. I loved it. I'm not an inventive. But where it all the time. You know, you know, what it is? See I punt and play field position. You go for it. That's right. That's the difference between the two of us when it comes to shopping, right? Well in your case, I punted and played field position. Okay. Brains case I took a shot at the end zone. I'm defense wins championships. Your score me more points. So that's where we're fair enough. I'm in a very similar predicament is Jeremy. Last year. I didn't have Jeremy's gift ready. The ready came late the flip side. I don't have Howard's gifts. Ready, but I have yours equal time. It's my mind is a weekend in the hinterlands. Right. Right. Expense paid out in the middle of ODA cabin somewhere fireplace and no electricity public bathrooms. No WI fi nothing live off the fat of the land. Just you and the coyotes. Yeah. Not the hockey team. I mean, if you wanna invite the hockey team, they might join you. Well, you know, I am still thankful for them for not finishing. I mean, you can you can let out a group Holland. I'm sure there will be some howls in response. Yeah. I'll I'll get back to you on that. Remember, it's just the thought that counts fellas now. Yeah. I went practical again, you're gonna you're like what I got you. But yeah, it's not like, okay. It's like, wow. Way to go out of the box completely in the box. Then we are exchanging the perfect gift. Yeah. I know I feel bad. I'm just boring. I'm really sorry. But I think you'll like it. All right. The saints Steelers game. I I didn't see the pass interference. Everybody was yelling about it was the worst offensive. Yeah. Because it was a fourth downplay was forced pretty sure it was a fourth downplay. The saints are in kind of no-man's-land for a field goal. They're going for a fourth down. Throw it to the end zone to Kamara. It is not interference. It's not even close, and they ding them for interference. And they score on the next play. You give them seven free points. Were it wasn't like I intend interference play where they would have still had a drive. The Steelers were going to get the ball. And instead of that it was a touchdown for the saints. The saints win the game by three Pittsburgh lost. Because you know, we we talk about sometimes penalties late in the game turning the course of a game. This is a penalty on the saints. Maybe their first driver it was first quarter. And I'm thinking. The legal thing fruit of the poison tree. This whole game is poisoned the game is from that point. What are we supposed to do? You gave them seven free points. Actually, Pittsburgh got another pass interference on the game winning drive for New Orleans, and I didn't see that. And I want to bring up something about pass interference. But I felt also on the game winning touchdown. I think Michael Thomas got away with offensive pass interference. It looked like he shoved he shoved aside the Pittsburgh defensive back. So I felt sorry for the Steelers. But you, and I talked about this once they need to change the rule the pass interference should not be a spot foul. And I know the downside of this just you gotta make it a fifteen yard penalty. The downside is you. You're free fifty yards downfield guys about to get any just drags you down from behind a I'll take the fifteen yard belly. It's too subjective to have spot Valles on. Well, I start thinking about VR which happened in the World Cup. And I hate review a hate it and soccer in the World Cup it worked. And if I remember correctly, they did it with. Penalties to and what they did. I guess this is how they would do with pass interference. It would only be pass interference. And please don't be mad at me because I hate reviews. I don't want to talk about this. But they don't over think it they watch it again and say is this an agreed miscall. Okay. But they will over think that they won't be that simple with these writings going to stand there looking at this for five minutes and then say, oh, it's inconclusive. Well, inconclusive in the World Cup was it's not an egregious miscall. You'd only overturn if it is egregiously bad and this call against me. Was it Hayden? Remember Tojo's Joe Hayden on the Kamara one? On the official. You can't even see by the way, the officials behind the play. He's behind eight. So we can't even see what's happening. It was the kind of call where three other officials should have run ins and said buddy that wasn't interference. And they overrule and they pick up the flag and saints fans complained until they see the replay and say, oh, yeah. It was I I feel bad because every week I've been coming in and saying guys why bother complaining about officiating. We know how we know the game. This is how it works. And here I am this week. It finally got to me this game was ruined by one call..

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"grady" Discussed on Easily Offended

Easily Offended

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"grady" Discussed on Easily Offended

"Yeah no you need to get on that free that's the record that's going to put you like that remains i guarantee you need here so back but people really pay attention right now i feel like between love of hip hop and lighten plastic like loop let's say that i don't know shit about hip hop but i've been hearing a lot of shit about kind of a bidding war starting in terms of majors really starting to pay attention the all that's you know what exactly see what i say y'all i mean y'all and self in terms of what you guys have been working together on and i feel like shit's getting crazy right now we'll talk about that and i'm curious to like me i can't really talk about it but yeah it's definitely definitely you know because they see they know amber right the coins is definitely there but you know how move can't get the first fish see we'll come back here and just see us out right right now by that big check what's on my first thing to do right now with my check now mother her house move my mother eating more projects that's my brother see that i guarantee your mother go black i'm not going i wear i have a i know i say so much money i want to buy you a house she likes all year wait until the kids got let's say you wanna kids could start school over there i'm like one want to move ready i'm i don't i want you to live grady and she's just like on april so her house will be on april very hard again by about away discussion about the three so move move.

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"grady" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"grady" Discussed on WTVN

"Lifeline of ohio here on news radio 610 wtvn i hope i dunno scott grady producer sky grady over there i do wanna get into something uh coming up after this a break here but are your i just want to ask in the grady household are all the christmas decorations finally down yes because none ever went up uh what what what is it he bought humbug in mere what pretty much a all my kids are all you know they're all out of the house the why bother man who will wipe up because christmases foreign icai l i could be a by myself be in the new dhs seventy five years old it's still put up a christmas tree if i could charge of omona i'll i'll reinvent christmas for myself when get grandkids hopefully yeah okay so not not not about humbug thing it's that they want to do it so it's a lazy things sweater talanoa old we'll go that routes definitely you'll it's a lazy thing geiger who doesn't want to put a well because you know you've oy i've heard a lot of different things and um a maybe somebody can correct me here but i thought like was it yesterday the six which i think yesterday was orthodox christmas greek and russian orthodox christmas olga because it's twelve days after the 25th which is you know wh what are you call it to greco roman christmas whatever we celebrate add that data's when you're supposed to take the decorations down is today because you've got to leave him up for twelve days through christmas and then today the seven and they are something to do with the mayjuly and and i know people are like oh darn and you need to learn your bible go back to church i'm it i apologize i i don't know as much correct me if i'm wrong if you want but i think today was supposed to be technically the day you were like you gotta take them down now here's my here's my other question.

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