17 Burst results for "Grammercy"

"grammercy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Have been closed, I've seen heard you talk about I I've seen you sort of develop into the kind of person who wants to be a good friend to people when I was twenty eight a think. I started to figure out that the Saturn return was coming. I did. I was like, oh, and then I think maybe when you start to become aware of how a Saturn return is a concept that you could believe it or not believe in, but your life. As you know, it is maybe going to get up ended somehow. And then all the sudden every seven years then maybe it's like you start to become aware of it, but twenty eight is supposed to be a big one. And then you're like, oh, look, my life's getting up ended, and you can start to see if you wanna see that your life is getting up ended. Just like if now you're gonna. I'm looking for eight BMW five thirty five because I just said, it's you and you're gonna. Start seeing it every you could just start seeing things. So I just like, oh, my life is starting to get up ended. And then I think at that point I watched a movie called what the bleep do. We know which is about quantum mechanics and how the neurons in our mind are being trained in our neuro network to reinforce patterns of behavior based on emotional response that we get from experiences at in the outside world, primarily our relationship. So I think I watched that in and then it's whatever point. Yeah, I was twenty eight. So sometime between twenty eight and thirty. I was like, you know, I had been working. I took a job working for Paul LeBron at a restaurant called guilt, and that thing totally went haywire. I had been at Gramercy before that left Grammercy to go there that totally went haywire. And then I was like, oh, like this is not not going to be a pastry chef in a restaurant. You know, I had been at Gramercy hedge already on blue yellow and before that. And so I was like, this is I'm just not going to do this anymore. There's no where to go with this work. It's just gonna be like continually eroding in songs at work work work..

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"grammercy" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"No dream it drink do into into it. But then like, yeah, after that, will surfing move into east coast. Jared looks at real estate every night on the east coast, my godson, he misses. Okay. He's putting it in the universe. I like it. You can have places in both. I like that too because that's what I tell them to do all the time either. Yeah. I mean, we're about this actually. When we talked about how you were like, usually when I put something out there, I usually get what I wanted comes at, you know, in this is what you what happened with you. You gave got, Jared, we were talking about putting things out in the universe. Oh, totally. Yeah, I what harder percent believe in the power. I can't wait to Broadway show. I already started thinking about what how bell is going to. My mom will stay one week and then Evan will come home and I'll live like maybe Grammercy park really pretty over there. Perfect lead in my show. I'm not even joking you I might. I'm so ready. Can I be a backup dancer though? Are you a good dancer? I actually I actually, so in high squad like in competitive show choir, really good at harmonising and dancing, but I just want to be like a tree in the background or something. Definitely. Harley. Dinky. How well you in the lead role. Oh my gosh. Thank you so much. I, I will take it. Coming to see it with Carly as liner listen. That would be mazing, but my dream so that I mean that does fit in big picture. If you guys want to move back to the east coast, a lot of Broadway's in New York, you'll be closer. I'm like, hey, you if we make the broadly, Jim have within five years, which is so not good, you know, very, no, listen, actually, that's my also my dream evident talking about it. Yeah. I said, I wanna do Broadway show in the next five years trying to figure out what like if I want another baby or not, and how I would fit that in like no joke. The only reason I say it would be longer than five years is because the musical that I wrote when I'm not even joking, you of twenty two, I wrote a musical the summer getting out of college and it's just it's not the music obviously. But I wrote a story line around pop music with my favorite pop music song, healing. We need to get the rights to the music, and apparently that could take like way over five years. But I know the we can do it, get it in the worst. I'll help. I don't know what to do, but I'll help you do it. Well, comforting to dreams at once. So yeah, I love it. Yeah..

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"grammercy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seventy seven WABC it's sentencing day for, Sheldon silver the once-mighty assembly speaker at a. Second trial, this spring. A jury, once again found him guilty of earning nearly four million dollars illegally by collecting fees from cancer research around real. Estate developers prosecutors say he invested those proceeds and collected another million dollars in legal prophets to women are recovering after getting struck by an alleged drunk driver while waiting for a bus in Grammercy the victims ages thirty two and seventy one Radha bus stop on east twenty third street and. Third avenue last night when the SUV jumped the curb the forty one year old driver faces a. DWI charge New York is creating a task force to advise a new effort to eliminate hepatitis c. governor Cuomo is announcing that the state's hepatitis c. elimination task forces the nation's first strategy to rid itself of viral and Infection being exacerbated by the ongoing. Opioid epidemic President Trump is open. To visiting Moscow if formerly invited by Russian President Vladimir Putin the White House saying today Putin had said earlier in the day during a meeting in South Africa that he wants to invite Trump. And that he's ready to visit Washington if conditions all right here's Christy O'Brien with right now traffic from the, raycatena dot com traffic center on the one. Hundred six, hundred sixteenth. Streets accident, rate lanes leaks back to thirty fourth street in down at the upper level under the apartments we've got a. Crash in the right lane twenty five to thirty minutes as upper level fifteen to twenty lower level outbound roadwork on the lower level blocks the bright lane thirty in the Bronx construction on the Bronx river Parkway southbound between hundred seventy four th street and Watson happen that's got the left. Lane closed until three and in corona on the Grand Central westbound your north and boulevard roadwork block. The right lane until three transit no w. trains in both directions no entering north of Queensboro plaza because a person was struck by a train long delays in limited service on q. in our trains also. Southbound Trains, running with delays due to signal problems our next traffic report in about thirty minutes from the raycatena dot com traffic center I'm Christy O'Brien on Seventy-seven WABC. Here's symbol. Sevens Bill Evans with the forecast thunderstorms are starting to fire up now west of the New York, through above eighty and, eighty four now he's starting to crank out ahead of a cold front these will keep moving across. The area this evening the evening commute into tonight probably lasting up until midnight scattered thunderstorms but some will be very, heavy downpours of rain about a half, inch maybe causing some flooding temperature eighty seven tonight these thunderstorms will continue. Could be heavy after midnight they go away the overnight. Low is seventy four sunshine tomorrow the nice day on Saturday warms to eighty six with lower humidity sunshine eighty four on Sunday a really nice day with. A low seventy two this is. Just a beloved or seventy seven WBZ where New York comes to talk all right guys be aware new research chairs all this little. Particulate Mike Scott pick particulate of plastic if he gets into your bloodstream either because you using plastic straws drinking from plastic cups so maybe. Have some plasticizers there in the water system will. Shrink your Sean that's right you Sean will become microscopic we'll have to put it under a red dotted microscope in order to. See your three p. set and I'm not talking about the. Knife fish moon in the fourth so what are. You gonna do if you end up with a small swung as, result of having too much plastics in your system you're going to have, to pump up the volume and get your. Testosterone in gear or you won't have that urge. To merge I'm telling you you do what I do I get 'em drive detest Austrian supplement right over the counter at Dwayne. Reed you can get yours..

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"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tax per square foot properties with access to grammercy park to properties a few blocks away without access we even use the same streets that were used in the nineteen o nine decision ultimately we found that over the past decade properties on and off the park of a paying about the same amount in property taxes okay that sounds it eliminates the entire rationale for not taxing grammercy park how much in tax revenue is the city lost and has anyone offered up an explanation as to how this was allowed to happen we don't really know how much revenue the city is lost over the years in part because the city only publishes tax records for the past decade are rough estimate is at the keyholders of paying a little over a million dollars less each year than they shall that figures based on what street easy says the sales premium is for apartments that have park access another interesting nugget we found that many of the properties that now enjoy access to the park aren't even designated that way in the city's tax rolls so the reason this has gone unnoticed for such a long time might be some chance combination of inertia apathy or the tax system itself who says you can't find a good deal here in new york have you talked to any people with access to gramercy park about this i mean how do they feel knowing that they're essentially getting a free perk with that key well we went to the park the other week to find out what they'd have to say we are at gramercy park it's beautiful spring day some people didn't wanna speak to us excuse me miss sorry to startle you where reporters from new york public radio we're doing a story on gramercy park i'm sorry little is something can't talk thank you thanks while we were there we ran into pamela vassal who lived on the part for forty five years it's a really nice neighborhood hideout you know what i mean it's quiet and it's beautiful and you know it's elitist passing but you know discussing in its elitism and then told her about what we are now says an asked what she thought aren't we lucky i mean you know frankly i don't really give a damn you know what i mean what happened when it started with completely different than what it is now i mean when you look at the fact that this area has the highest pollution rate in the city because of all the construction and the movies that are shot here in the trucks that are in the delivery hotel and you know you think his this little bastion of beauty in the middle of all of it so i wonder if pamelas neighbors without access to the park agree with her take on things we wondered the same thing so we went to stuyvesant square park to find out another pretty park indeed it's a few blocks away from grammercy park and it's very different from grammercy in that is a public park so there are children eating pizza people walking dogs people painting neither food nor dogs are allowed in gramercy park when we got there we asked a man who was painting in the park when he thought of our analysis people who have keys to grammercy park or hated by all the rest of his private part why should they have such a thing these days we also met on a maria more the vice president of the stuyvesant park neighborhood association an all volunteer organization that maintains beautifies taivon square park she recited associations tagline for us so i was important neighborhood association.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The tall gates guarding grammercy park slush interior it's hard not to wonder why can't i go in there while the reason is as old as the park itself but a new investigation from wnyc in gotha missed suggests that the unique arrangement between the city and the land owners of grammercy park is shortchanging the public earlier this week wnyc's leyla yunus and gotha missed christopher robin's spoke with my colleague richard hake about their story grammercy park has always been viewed as a private playground for the wealthy pretty much from the beginning unique key to get in there exactly and when developers sam ruggles created the park and eating thirty one he was able to get the city to give him the land tax free based on the idea that this open space in the crowded city would prevent my asthma's and promote public health but baked into that initial agreement was the idea that property values of homes around the park with access would double so that would bring in more tax revenue for new york city instead of taxing the park are really helps to think of gramercy is more of a front yard rather than a park so all of that happened in at the turn the twentieth century the city began taking a closer look at their property tax revenues and they decided well we're going to start taxing grammercy park so they gave it a value around twenty million dollars the parks trustees didn't like that and they sued and they said that the value of the park was built into their own property values and they also said that per the terms of the original deed grammercy park could never be developed so it was essentially worthless in terms of real estate and judges agreed with that and said that the residents around the parkway already paying for the access to it and that decision is held for the past one hundred ten years okay so now you're reporting suggests that's no longer the case how's that so the gramercy park decision is kind of famous it became the foundation for homeowners associations across the country but we wanted to know exactly how the court determined that the homes that had keys to gramercy park or worth more than those that didn't so we had to find the original core decision issued in one thousand nine and not let us to a crumbling book at the new york state archives in albany we weren't allowed to scan the book so we have to take iphone pictures of hundreds of pages of testimony from real estate agents the judge's opinion and lots of exhibits which included values of the homes long grammercy park and nearby homes without park.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tax per square foot properties with access to grammercy park to properties a few blocks away without access we even use the same streets that were used in the nineteen o nine decision ultimately we found that over the past decade properties on and off the park paying about the same amount in property taxes okay that sounds like eliminates the entire rationale for not taxing grammercy park how much in tax revenue is the city lost and has anyone offered up an explanation as to how this was allowed to happen we don't really know how much revenue the city's loss over the years in part because the city only publishes tax records for the past decade are rough estimate is that the keyholders of paying a little over a million dollars less each year than they show that figures based on what street easy says the sales premium is for apartments that have park access another interesting nugget we found that many of the properties that now enjoy access to the park aren't even designated that way in the city's tax rolls so the reason this has gone on notice for such a long time might be some chance combination of inertia apathy or the tax system itself who says you can't find a good deal here in new york have you talked to any people with access to grammercy park about this i mean how do they feel knowing that there are essentially getting a free park with that key well we went to the park the other week to find out what they'd have to say we are at gramercy park it's beautiful spring day some people didn't want to speak to us excuse me miss i'm sorry to startle you where reporters for new york public radio we're doing a story on gramercy park little is something kentucky okay thank you thanks while we were there we ran into pamela vassal who lived on the park for forty five years it's a really nice neighborhood hideout you know what i mean it's quiet and it's beautiful and you know it's elitist but you know discussing in its elitism and then told her about what we found in our now says and asked what she thought aren't we lucky i mean you know frankly i don't really give a damn you know what i mean what happened when it started was completely different than what it is now i mean when you look at the fact that this area has the highest pollution rate in the city because of all the construction and the movies that are shot here in the trucks that are either in the delivery style hotel and you know you think his this little bastion of beauty in the middle of all of it so i wonder if pamelas neighbors without access to the park agree with her take on things we wanted the same thing so we went to stuyvesant square park to find out another pretty park indeed it's a few blocks away from grammercy park and it's very different from grammercy is a public park so there are children eating pizza people walking dogs people painting neither food nor dogs are allowed in gramercy park when we got there we asked a man who was painting in the park when he thought of our analysis the people who have keys to grammercy or hated by all the rest of us because they have a private part why should they have such a thing these days we also met ana maria more the vice president of the stuyvesant park neighborhood association an all volunteer organization that maintains and beautifies taivon square park she recited associations tagline for us servicemen park neighborhood association.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On wnyc i'm kerry nolan walking past the tall gates guarding grammercy park slush interior it's hard not to wonder why can't i go in there while the reason is as old as the park itself but a new investigation from wnyc in gotham suggests that the unique arrangement between the city and the land owners of grammercy park is shortchanging the public earlier this week wnyc's leyla yunus and gotham christopher robin's spoke with my colleague richard hake about their story grammercy park has always been viewed as a private playground for the wealthy pretty much from the beginning key to get in there exactly and when developers sam ruggles created the park in eighteen thirty one he was able to get the city to give him the land tax free based on the idea that this open space in the crowded city would prevent my asthma's and promote public health but baked into that initial agreement was the idea that property values of homes around the park with access would double so that that would bring in more tax revenue for new york city instead of taxing the park itself really helps think of gramercy is more of a front yard rather than a park so all of that happened in at the turn of the twentieth century the city began taking a closer look at their property tax revenues and they decided well we're going to start taxing grammercy park so they gave it a value around twenty million dollars the parks trustees didn't like that and they sued and they said that the value of the park was built into their own property values and they also said that per the terms of the original deed grammercy park could never be developed so it was essentially worthless in terms of real estate and judges agreed with that and said that the residents around the park we're already paying for the access to it and that decision is held for the past one hundred ten years okay so now you're reporting suggests that's no longer the case how's that so the gramercy park decision is kind of famous it became the foundation for homeowners associations across the country but we wanted to know exactly how the court determined that the homes that have keys to gramercy park or worth more than those that didn't so we had to find the original court decision issued in one thousand nine and not let us to a crumbling book at the new york state archives in albany we weren't allowed to scan the books so we have to take iphone pictures of hundreds of pages of testimony from real estate agents the judge's opinion and lots of exhibits which included values of the homes long grammercy park and nearby homes.

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"grammercy" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"But you know it's it's difficult i try not to be too messy but you know and i try not to spill because obviously we're you know we're a small cable food show and so we don't have to of everything so if i saw my blouse it's going to remain soiled i mean we'll stop production and try to get the stain out but if we can't get it out it's not like we can't you know we're going to change the top we're just gonna notice it and move on you're there are not a lot of books that are written by stores but your book the encyclopedia of spices and herbs has two co credits underneath pod moloch me in the titles one is a writer with whom you worked on the book one is a store tell me about that third writing credit on the butts colossians is an institution in new york city for generations and generations of immigrants it opened in the forties and it was originally i'm menial dried fruit and nut store there were two orthodox churches right near that area just above grammercy park sort of between grammercy park and murray hill in the late twenties early thirties on lexington avenue and then it changed hands in the store change with the neighborhood as it changed in so indians would start to go there because they would carry some turkish spices not just armenian ingredients and it kind of spread from there and now the whole area is called curry hill instead of murray hill because they're all these indian grocery stores and little food joints and in the seventies my mother and i lived on the upper east side because she was a nurse at sloan kettering hospital and we would go to colossians in those days it was really hard to get salon tro anywhere and if you knew the guy really well they would sort of take you in the back and under moist burlap sack they would sort of show you the stash like they were selling you dime bag still entre and he would save it for his best customers and and and and so you know it it it now has anything any spies from any part of the world you could ever imagine if you were going to give me casual home cook who.

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"grammercy" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Is you've to go and work for people to understand as much what is it is as what it isn't it and i so i had left per se and i was trying to decide i knew i wanted to work in a pastry kitchen and i had this conversation with myself i was like okay will which where do you want to go and work and mike i had two paths one of the path was to go on working craft carrying the mask was the pacific craft in she had just laundry fhios rotron after grammercy day exactly and she had just come under the tutelage of claudia fleming who is the pastry chef at grammercy tavern and that was like super duper like warm clever americana the cole brothers rosemary this shit light at englewood i knew that this like americana spirit and this like warm nostalgia through desserts was something that really appeal to me but would you ended up doing what you're doing with milk bar now is fascinating but that is like do you could see those those strands of that and there but what you're doing now didn't exist then which is offering a you didn't know where you would be entire tires but they didn't exist yet it did it and you don't even know what's in you until you start to like give yourself the grace of time through these different experiences says like all right i can either go and work at craft or and by can it's more like would like to you would like to pursue that caused that or i want to go and work for widely defraying a deputy fifty mason as a pastry chef the type couldn't be like kind of more polar opposite ratner us ride like they were all about this like manipulation of these clever concepts and food through what some people calmly lucky luke molecular astronomy though if you ask either.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Boots for way less burlington style for everyone i'm geoff genes that are next reported 451 on ten wins rings news time four forty two president trump's they have to recognize jerusalem as the capital of the jewish state this afternoon a decision that is likely to inflame tensions in israel and beyond more from corresponding soccer madani officials say the president will make the announcement wednesday when you'll also order the state department to start the multiyear process of moving the us embassy to jerusalem from tel aviv he pledged during the campaign to relocate the embassy but it won't happen immediately the officials say the recognition of jerusalem as the jewish state's capital listening knowledge amount of historical and current reality and not a political statement but it up ends decades of american policy and there is intense aaron muslim and european opposition to a move that risks potentially violent protests us consulate has ordered its personnel and their families do not conduct personal traveled to jerusalem's old city or the west bank due to fears of unrest over the announcement later today winds near san 443 an 18yearold student charged with raping a 16yearold student at a high school near union square the police say the rape occurred in a stairwell between the third and fourth floors the grammercy arts high school on irving place the victim is sixteen years old the alleged rapist is eighteen the police say they charge giovanni martin with first degree rate this student called the attack disgusting stuff like this happened at all more especially in an environment where is so learn now for you do like when things like that i should be done at all in general he and other students were angry that.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"In custody after what police said describing as a particularly savage rape in the stairwell of a school which houses multiple school near union square to into and wind reporter kareliya joining us live now with the very latest update guarantee larry this alleged rape occurred in what's known as the grammercy arts high school it in the same building as washington irving high school and it's the campuses right on east seventeen street near union square park the nypd says the victim is a sixteen year old girl the alleged rapists an eighteen year old boy they're both students in that school they know each other he's been identified by the police says schivonne martin he is charged with raping the first degree which is the most serious now i'm talking to students as they're coming out of the school and it's interesting that most of them had never heard about this this allegedly happened monday morning at about eight twenty they hadn't heard about and and then a number of girls especially said they weren't quite sure that it was true listen to this one people say lies honestly doesn't really bother me at all i don't trusted people while the time in our school who they risk for rate while if it's true then i guess that he's a restive so what are we to worry about because there's he was the cause of it doesn't mean other students are going to do a two and so there you have it other students said that aside from this incident that we're talking about they do feel safe after school carol d'auria tension we in sunny 17th street the doe calls the incident troubling and says it is working with nypd now as they conducted an investigation and we'll be.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"We began this tuesday afternoon up a washington irving campus inside grammercy arts high near union square this is where police tell us an 18yearold man in custody charged with raping a teenage girl voting to the cops the alleged attack happened monday but they're releasing details of it today after they made an arrest the into in wintry voter guarantee oreo starts is off this afternoon near the camp was where it happened in this live report garo what are they telling us well what we know larry is that this alleged rape occurred in the stairwell between the third and fourth floors inside the grammercy or it's high school and it's a it's a building that actually holds forced schools and one of them is grammercy arts high school in why pd said the victim is a sixteen year old girl the alleged rapist an eighteen year old boy both students and they know each other he has been identified by the police as yvonne martin and he is charged with rape the two teenagers as i said they know each other but the police say this was a forcible rape in the stairwell and over the past hour so students seven leaving school for the day and i've been talking to them and most of them said they just didn't know about it they attend that school but they actually had not heard of it had no idea about it and then interestingly the enough a number of the students told me they didn't actually believe that it had happened and then two young girls i spoke to said they thought well if it did happen at least somebody was arrested and so now they don't have to worry about it and so it's an interesting mix of uh of opinions from people but as i said school is letting out most of them had no idea it occurred carol diori attenton wins on east 17th street back you'd carol where you should a statement late today's calling the incident travelling and also saying that they are working with the in why pd to investigate this incident also today a lotta vaccine down at city hall where the head of the.

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"grammercy" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on Movie Crush

"The new but a john's an awesome dude and very kind to generous person um and everyone should know that in a he came in to talk about the avengers marvels the avengers the original vendors movie uh while he came through town on his book tour for his great great great great new book vacation land true stories from painful beaches uh it's really fantastic i read it in its a creative leap forward for project men in uh just a very warm funny endearing book of essays about him in his reallife no more fake facts and no more uh a deranged millionaire character this is hodgman actual laying it all out there about his life in his his live vacation land shows great in this new book is fantastic so i urge you to buy it make a great christmas gift for folks so ah here we go with john kellogg hodgman in the adventures the best thing about escaped from new york this is not the movie were talking about now that we can talk that all kinds of movies escape from new york is one of the movies that that is in a in a very specific genre of contemporary apocalyptic new york city and another one would be the warriors of course in a fantasy film by because guess what there aren't crazy gangs wherein wearing a baseball outfitted clown america to bed in manhattan and also by the way guess what gangs aren't interracial yet cook linked to coney island warriors via you know you have your latinos and your white dude and you're black eyes a hotbed all the best discovered for the up that's uh that's an amazing that's what makes the warriors are specialized via the fact that the grammercy park rifts were so cool but it was you know all black martial arts gang in grammercy park the at one of the tony is one of the of the only private parked dry york's it no they had cookies yet even then in new york city there was there was wealth around grammercy park right but those movies only worked because.

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"grammercy" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"It along the same lines you start here john gruden whispers around week for you mean groomers yet grammercy outlets get that right coming back up billy what are you got jay jay watt doing a new health thing just to put make pretending nonsteroid so last year was like 9 avocados day or whatever and he was like sleeping in that bed in the middle of the day jing hard knoxville and i noticed that you're a you're been real tough guy now but when you were talking tj watt is facing view that actually is a good one though that we will get a couple of guys diets the media loves you at look at how much how many calories this guy eat statin also like this is how much weight this players losing during training camp seattle the office of lyman that is i came into camp a little overweighted about three ninety and after a week his now 350 and then we the last one i had was are the quarterback who gets a little injured in in one of the praxis scare that is always a on one jahor so like get some getting up last year israel when the vikings puke and then try to bridge rudder tours knee that yet that was the sequence of events four slip thunder ali right thous yes definitely happened um also the coach that is he's emphasizing new technology yes obey be that's like a chip that's implanted in like your pads maybe that's like a thing in the helmet them not to chip kelly monitors concussions yes yes something that's way to advance for football guys to understand but forgiveness and very invasive that you you've got you've got to have that point where it's basically there watching them 247 what memory chip kelly was was testing people's pests yeah sleep every day testing their pissed yeah so all right suck sucking also look look for those training camps storylines treat us your best training camps story lines.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

"The tax foundation ranks louisiana number one of the nation for sales tax rates wwl michelle southern has details director estate projects for the tax foundation scott drinker says when you combined sales property an end income taxes louisiana's what are the least tax burden states but he says the state can benefit from tax reform because it has one of the most complex structures in the nation in any given tack there's a lot of excluded an exemption or deduction things that narrow the tax base and make the tac let productive in louisiana louisiana's combine fine state and local sales tax rate averages just above ten percent at a reminder if you're headed from baton rouge than orange today you may experience delays without an alternate route itin east is closed again between sorrento and grammercy golden new orleans every gone awry kitchenaid you order crowded hear what the crowd going to be like it can jackpot one one i got ort that's dot the spokesman rodney mallett who says the interstate is set reopen by five am monday morning incidentally the loss fourth politically david heaven had just one playoff appearances v got the by the falcons at forty wealth editing having just one season to convice allstar seven demarcus cousins that wall of this the place to be the coming season as being seen in the playoffs are both propositions for guards who holiday says he's looking forward to the highest stakes scurvy for every every single is going to be firm on living is going to be a great great your first order and is asian of team but i'm really started on omar position it's always been now that you've got guys who can switch won't be through the fords every for new all the players at wimbledon sit idle today with tickets to this whole break on the first day of the fortnight and flee reserves tomorrow though amending middle play for us fought in the quarterfinals was proved to be a star sordid affair of the top eight seeds remain alive included the entire thoughtful.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

"Between sorrento and grammercy the monumental task committee is calling the removal of four confederate era monuments in a warnings and excessive use of funds by the city wwltv's katie steiner report said that he says the removal process cost more than two million dollars that lander administration spent more than seven hundred thousand dollars a public money for safety measures it says were necessary during the protests and the when the city actually took them down so when a favorite early this weekend the president of the monumental task committee appear magai said quote everyone should be outraged over the mayor's use a public money when new orleans has so many pressing needs will you may have already knows is an increase in the number of mosquitoes in the area which used to be expected with all the rain we've seen the past week lsu act center at amalaj as christa healy recommends taking steps to protect yourself where longsleeve anlong paying better lightly covered epa registered repellent also making sure you don't have any water in your own backyard and you're not predicting around keito she says the socalled floodwater mosquitoes are more nuisance pests than anything they'll bite a lot but they're not the mosquitoes usually associated with west nile virus of the thirty first annual french market creole tomato festival wraps up evening in walls sixteen food vendors are featuring the local delicacies draw of our our who'd rather to win an could provide at least one career tomato dish should be from great a variety of dishes out year pretrade decree tomato festival organizer jeremy smith.

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"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"grammercy" Discussed on WWL

"Or you could keep it for yourself offer grammercy mike welcome to wwl it was a good time i just call to give my opinion appreciate it uh in my opinion i don't think repair crime will never never stop in all airfare educate the young women heaven's children the children are raising the cable at stop right there mike what what stops there what stops the young children in the young girls in and by the way it's not it's already because it's the boys to the power radio generation end of the already in full swing already has several if you look at that yemen that's all walked up and go penitentiary up dan francisco veal wherever it is the grandchildren other got irap an people they got alive they got father and son dole tabernacle the weather young 17yearold some fifteen and whatever you're gonna crack grapo the ankle i know but you know yesterday i mentioned that for some people go into to prison is a is a family reunion as a family you got all your friends lillay will you up with awkward there forever different generation heiko already we already in motion is not a whole lot that's going to be gone about how the police you you can hire over how many police chief only perry have to go after the rich republican i'm a cheap or in office sampha yeah i mean i i i don't blame the police department because this is more a cultural problem than it is a police probe profit an energy judicial system problem is well aware that they that i thought he was right i want to shake his hand cultural pop it wanted to deal with the b five young guys penalty corner i though that effort how many of them look so if they probably have a gun on it was like sick the federal level oh come on gonna look be alive out of seven of them at least five.

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