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"granitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | Last week

"granitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Social media at life or death Illinois dot com and about the BGN traffic central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center meteorologist Morgan called Myers thunderstorms expected for the first part of the day's only isolated into the afternoon but late day and evening especially between about five and eleven o'clock tonight we've got the potential for severe warned storms line of thunderstorms of firing up along and ahead of a cold front sweeps through from northwest to southeast that gives us the potential for damaging winds as high rainfall rates and really all threats not rolled out with this of just be weather aware here by late date especially evening hours for stronger thunderstorms other than that hot humid today with highs near ninety degrees and a few isolated storms through the daytime hours from the WGN weather center I'm working called Meyer right now it here at seventy two seventy four at midway seventy three degrees at Chicago's lakefront a Harvard study says African Americans are three to six times more likely to be killed by police in this country and Chicago has the largest racial inequity and police killings in the country WGN Steve percentage reports Harvard researchers say in the metro Chicago area blacks are six and a half times more likely to be killed by police than whites they analyzed nearly fifty five hundred police related fatalities across the country ninety five percent of the deaths were from gun shots the rest were from TI's ring as fixie ation bludgeoning or pepper spraying the ratios are also high in metropolitan areas like San Francisco New York St Louis Columbus and Milwaukee ranging from four point three to five point nine times more likely the study comes amid national protests over police brutality following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis Steve Granitz WGN news in Minneapolis today the city council unanimously voted to advance a plan that could one day do away with the city's police department the council voted to amend the city charter to replace the current department with a quote department of community safety and violence prevention and quote that would prioritize.

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"granitz" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Layoff. I think sheared value. He's a definite contender. Another one I liked a little bit was the worst coming off the church a win. The four split the wickets of a maiden claiming race at Churchill Office short layoff <hes> crew improved it quite a bit by a timeout for Hamburg. Those are probably the two. I like the most <hes> tomorrow <hes> in that eighth race. I don't know who you like. I just it just caught my eye when I when I saw the you know some of the names involved in you hit the highlights obviously <hes> you know Amos California swing with my man Miguel Mania. You've got you know some some very nice types in here that project the second net you know coming up from last year. I remember Berg went into that Mystic Lake Derby. Obviously something went wrong for Tony Granitz came back and ran kind of evenly at Arlington <hes> ships down here from Chicago assuming that he's coming that was a horse that was really knocking on the door of being a serious horse last year bill yeah and you know you mentioned the trainer angle and this is a racist as a a race on a Wednesday at Indiana grand and the a trace nick got Amos. You got maker you got Tony Granite See got Peter Miller who's got the the Twelfth Horse Hartell who's going to have to send from the outside and and try and get physicians <hes> who was second in a stakes ex-race going a mile last year at del Mar two year old so there's a show she I always tell people at your those names yeah we run lots of Indiana breads but there are plenty of names that you'll see even the Indiana bread reasons that you are a horse player. handicappers GonNa know <hes> <hes> just from from being a follower of horse racing and yeah and he three tomorrow is one of those examples well and you mentioned Peter Miller hotel was going to have to work out a trip from the twelve hole with Rodney Prescott and he is shown. He's shown a couple of a couple of different times that that he's a little tactical and he may he may have to be. I it feels like there's not a lot of time to to get over going a mile right bill now now from the gates of the turn yeah it's kind of like the the middle of the three <hes> terp routes that we have got seven and a half furlongs we get a mile a mile and a sixteenth miles sixteen kinda starts up at the top of the stretch that ought to give you an idea. It's like it's kind of like midstretch. I would say there's a little bit of time you know. If you get stuck out wide you know we do you have tight turns on turf course I and so that's where you get into some <hes> some issues off. There are some prices entertain in here to <hes> you mentioned the maker Horse <hes> broke the maiden the last time over the course jumped forward from fake standpoint eight to one on evil eye angel Rodriguez Rodriguez and there's nothing wrong with that one the magician Colt. How about the give me a price here actually to look at that was a decent performance by hold on Angel? I went to the turf this for John. Iran and Marcelino Pedroza writes that that's a competitive performance from hold on Angel in a starter allowance usually that means he's facing off against you know multiple multiple type winners and hard hitters. I fifteen to one I think hold on Angel Might WanNa Might WanNA use at least in in your exotics. <hes> will be a big price boost yeah. That's what I would think would be my recommendation. Withhold on angel comes down to the same racist shared values shared values with resources..

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Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

BrainStuff

06:53 min | 1 year ago

Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here on February six nineteen seventy-one. Be late astronaut Alan Shepard the commander of NASA's. Apollo fourteen mission was taking a walk on the moon. He and fellow space traveler, Edgar Mitchell were out gathering rocks around a depression called cone crater to quote shepherd himself. Many of these were hand sized grab samples, but the pair took home some larger mementos to one basketball sized rock collected by Shepard earned itself. A nickname big Bertha officially known as lunar sample one four three two one big Bertha weighs about nineteen pounds. That's nine kilograms making it the largest rock that Apollo fourteen brought back to earth and the third largest collected by any of the Apollo missions. Although shepherd found big Bertha on the moon that may not be where it story began. The rock is a Brescia a hodgepodge of geologic fragments called clasps which are held together by cement like mix. A newly published hype. Office says that part of big Bertha formed billions of years ago right here on planet earth. In fact, despite the lunar connection this could represent the oldest earth rock ever discovered. Big Bertha's origins were the focus of a study that was published in January in the journal earth and planetary science letters the paper's authors include an international team of geo. Scientists who looked the moon rocks procured by Apollo fourteen including lunar sample, one four three two one for the most part the classes on this famous Brescia are dark gray. But there's also a lightly colored one that catches the eye. It's made a fell site a kind of all Cannock rock that contains the minerals feld Spar end quartz. The light grade class which is two centimeters that's point seven inches across is loaded with tiny zircon crystals as well many cons contain vital information about what the environment was like when and where they formed close inspection of zircon and big Bertha's light. Patch showed that the crystals were produced by cool oxygen, rich magma. Yet molten rock of the sort doesn't exist anywhere near the moon's surface defined some you'd need to travel more than one hundred miles. That's one hundred sixty two kilometers below the surface of the moon where Shepard and Mitchell found big Bertha. So how did these cons and the class? They belong to end up on the surface of violent impact was probably involved when a meteorite or asteroids smacks into a planet or moon, it can transport material that's buried deep under the crest up to the surface. And as noted earlier big Bertha was found near an impact crater. So case closed, right? Well, maybe not cone crater and expanse measuring about two hundred and fifty feet that seventy six meters. Deep and a thousand feet or three hundred and four meters wide was created roughly twenty six million years ago. Scientists thinks that the violent episode that left this depression behind would have failed to dredge up geologic material lying more than forty five miles or seventy two kilometers underneath the moon. A big Bertha's fell site classed. Could have originated deepen a lunar magma pocket. But it doesn't seem likely. The study authors think different scenario is way, more plausible around twelve miles or nineteen kilometers blow planet earth surface. There's a supply of cool oxidized magma. This is exactly the kind of raw material that probably made his cons on big Bertha's light patch. And by the way, they're con crystals. Have a helpful habit of preserving uranium isotopes? Those can be used for radio metric dating a process that tells us the fell site classed is four point zero to four point one billion years old, but both of these clues together and a potential timeline of events emerges. According to the policies championed in the study, some of that cool oxidized magma lying deep under earth's continental crust hardened into this class between four point zero and four point one billion years ago. We know that our planet was besieged by meteorites in those days a process that by the way created a lot of old Granitz. Repeat impacts would have driven the class ever closer to the surface until finally a projectile hit the earth with enough force to launch the fell site clear out into space. It's estimated that four billion years ago. Our moon was around three times closer to earth than it is right now, the far flung class might have bridged the gap and settled on the moon, but around that time meteorites from space also harassed the moon and approximately three point nine billion years ago. One of these impacts could partially melted. The class and driven it under the lunar surface where it merged with other classes and became part of Brescia then twenty six million years ago, the asteroid strike that gave birth to the cone crater could set big Bertha free propelling it to the spot where Alan shepherd came and grabbed it up one historic day in nineteen seventy-one if the fell site class really did have terrestrial origin. Then ironically enough, it might be the oldest known rock from planet earth. There's a four point zero three billion year. Old rock from Canada's Northwest. Territories that's comparable in age and over in Quebec, the greenstone belt is at least three point nine billion years old out in the Jack hills of Western Australia. Scientists have located circum- that formed roughly four point three seven billion years ago, but these crystals seemingly detached from their original rocks at some point big Bertha's fell site, classed and zircon seemed to have formed simultaneously. This episode was written by Mark van Cini and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other far flung topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion or the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.

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"granitz" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You'll need. Back. Haunting. Okay. We are running with the big dogs today. Or is that the black dog? We are talking about one of the biggest bands in the land the one in only mighty zeppelin. Not sure there was anybody bigger in the nineteen seventies plant page Jones, E and Bonzo. Our special guest is Mark Blake author of the new book. Bring it on home. Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin and beyond the story of rocks. Greatest manager. Mark is a well known writer in the rock and roll world. He's written books on pink. Floyd Jimi Hendrix, Queen a second one specifically on Freddie. And of course, the book the who pretend you are in a war which was used as reference in episode eleven of our main series. Well, now, he points his pen at one of the real behind the scenes larger than life characters ever to come out of rock and roll zaps manager Peter Grant, you know, the only manager have. Have his own fantasy sequence in film that is supposedly about the ban. That's how integral Peter was the band's overall success. He got the opening sequence. By the way, the fantasy Peter created in the song means the same wasn't too far from the gangster character imagined on the silver screen. Well, at least that's what he projected in real life, art, imitates life life, imitating art, washing repeat Mark had access to most of the significant players in the story. Some even who had died long ago because he had interviewed them over the past few decades as a rock journalist. He was also given full access by Peter Granitz children worn in Helen grant. So for the first time, this is the complete unvarnished story of the great, man. Let's get the good times bad times with Mark Blake. To be..

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"granitz" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"K I c k one oh one don't stand on the sidelines. This season to win it and enjoy the games that much more. When you play at Diaz. I. All right. Welcome back to the show as if we already did not know Koby Bryan has transitioned on from basketball into other aspects of media life with his studios Granitz studios that he's running out of Orange County here in southern California got an Oscar for his dear basketball letter that he wrote got an Oscar and the trophy case. And now is next venture is a podcast for children fifteen minute. Episodes of a bunch of kids who are learning life lessons around a particular young individual nicknamed puny, Pete or learning as I mentioned life lessons. He's got three daughters. And these podcasts are available starting this very Saturday and every Saturday sort of Saturday morning we used to watch cartoons. And I want you to download as podcasts for kids and sit around and listen to these episodes about fifteen minutes in length so just a little bit more than fifteen minutes in length. I sat down with Kobe Bryant on Wednesday his last day as a thirty. Old on planet earth. He turned forty yesterday. It's Kobe Bryant day today. Eight twenty four I sat down with Coby part. One of our interviews starts with me talking about hoops. How often do you think about basketball how often? Every day my daughter's playing, and I coach soccer coach teams we practice every day. So okay. Are you running the triangle? We are. We are. We are running the trial. We absolutely are in the executed beautifully. No kidding beautifully film. So the I ready to try we ran a center opposite action. And they ran a beautifully got a beautiful open three knockdowns video to fill. Feels like does that center opposite. They actually read it us it. Yes. Because he got a better coach. Awesome. How old are they twelve? So they're twelve running twelve year olds. Yeah. Are you giving them reading material for twelve year old? Is like of its yet think clearly in how you teach you just go piece by piece like it's my responsibility to try to teach them the game and teaching the fundamentals of the game. Most importantly, passing with the left hand. Right. Understand spacing be they shoot the ball properly finish out the room, probably just basics, right? Instead of throwing them everything. At once you just break it up once a month. So are you do you find yourself using Phil 'isms with the kids like I do? But I started doing that even later in my career a lot of his philosophy. A lot of things that he's taught me a really shaped who I am. And that's why I think he's the greatest coach because he impacted me not just from basketball perspective. But you know, the person getting example, what does he what does he look to the patients? I mean, you remember me when I was younger it was like to do it. Now. That's why aren't you getting this come on? Let's go right. As imposing now sitting back allowing things to Metairie. Realize allow him people and to develop and find their own way..

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"granitz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I really enjoy listening to you. Regular knowledge, but I'm up I Jimmy with some tree stumps about. Oh about eight of around the house. So around the foundation, I've got one particular I'm taking down a peak country. That's only five feet away from the house, and it's gotten out of hand. And I don't think I can save it. But this one particular is it's a massive stump. I've taken it down. And for some reason the owner it's not within twenty five feet. But it's right in line with the city water may surprised that they haven't said anything. And is there anything that? I can get to deteriorate the stumps and up and. Is is it cut at ground level Mike now, or is that not yet using to get these doubt, I was using black and decker cordless, and I don't have a a good chainsaw. But I will get him all the way to the ground. Yeah. So the best way to remove a stop. And this is where your challenges is to grind it out. Grinded out. When I get it flushed to the ground in order to start grind it. So there is and again, I don't know if you're in a rural area, or are you in a populated area, or in the city limits this one I'm really worried about I do not want to damage this to water main prize? The city has something already because all around. You can get a stump grinder. Or you got to decide which way you want to go. There's people I find it surprising. There's people that are granted stomp out for seventy five bucks. Seventy five hundred bucks depends. How big it is. There were I cut a treat out if I cut the tree down. I just hired somebody to stump out. Rent. I think they have them. I've never done it. Because I'll usually just have somebody come back behind me with a grinder just Granitz dump out. But you can check with them. I would I would guess they probably do. I mean, it's just a piece of machinery just a big grinding head on their news grinded on down. That's the fastest and most effective way to remove a stop in my book. Now, your question was is there some way to just of work in deteriorated? There is there's numerous products out on the market real creative names like stumper over. And it's a crystal in reason, I asked if it was. Ground all the way to the ground is because what you do is you'll take a long drill bit. You'll grill drew from the top of the stump down into. The stop. And then you'll draw a forty five degree angle angled hole where you can put this crystal stump remover in there. That's Italian my friend. It takes a couple of years arrived at stop out eventually get out. But it'll take a while to get rid of it. Well, if I can get them flush to the ground, we'll be out of my way and a couple of years if God's will. Yeah. Wonderful wonderful day. All right. Good my knowledge. Thank you, sir. Merry Christmas day care. Bye. Bye. All right. Fourteen minutes after the top of the air again, our phone number if you'd like to join us is eight hundred eight two three eight two five five we were talking about earlier today. Kind of when we kicked off the show is giving you some tips that you might want to work on around the home. We were talking about you know, like we always do it because it is our number one enemy is water. And I was talking about how caulking in so many cases can actually solve that issue. And we're in the bathroom. We're going through the whole process of caulking around the tub improperly caulking that shelf around the tub or the shower pan, but there's also a couple of other areas right in that area that also need your tension when it comes to caulking and that is around the Russian plates now when you're facing the tub. Spout. You got the spout. You might have one handle you might have to handles you might have three handles, and there's a little plate that fits up against the maybe ceramic tile that ceramic tile, of course, is the grounding lines, and it's not smooth and water as a take a shower specials off your body onto the front wall gets down. Behind handles gets behind the wall can create rot and those excursion plates in that spout in around. Those handles really needs to be caught. And again that acrylic silken ice caulking can eliminate those problems. That's one other place you need to apply the caulking and the other one if you live in a home bathtub, the regular I'd say fashion, but the most common square bathtub, and you got vinyl flooring. If you've got kids, and they're splashing outside that what's it? Do it. Rolls down the side of that it rolls down at meets the vinyl floor, which is just cut right to that tub in somebody may o'clock that or they may not have caught that. But over the years. If enough water creeps down the side of that and gets in that seem of that vinyl flooring. You might be a little mill Dewey,.

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"granitz" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on The SodShow

"On finishing for greater has evolved massively from when I first began on people used to make their own concrete, slobs son and then little bit fancy, Dan and true, some aggregate, better known as pebbles into the top or. In some cases, I used to see seashells put into them. Can you explain to the listener at home what that was two years ago that was innovation? I think that was that was the the industry crying out for something more interesting, but it was made from a timber explained that the timber says Blimey going back. Well, I never really had that down here. It was never really a popular Cigna soon ceased, you know, and I cut my seeks down here. Really? I'd certainly been the last few years lost ten years that we've started moving over the rest of the world in a big way for those who in a home what I'm referring to is used to get four pieces of timber it essentially both them together, you'd pour concrete into the four pieces of timber which made up a square on when it set yet a concrete slop on then you decorate it, and that was a little bit domestic pre nineteen eighties or back to the Cliff Richard stuff all over again, if you had hard landscaping, that's what it was. It was may be crazy paving is it fair. Yeah. I think that's probably is fair wrestling. There wasn't a lot of choice right there. And I have to say if using. Hi, it's remember that kind of concrete set stuff, then all the ultimate. I really am. Back in the seventies. And even the early eighties. There wasn't a huge choice. It wasn't really told me that ET's when we started to to look at other other products from other parts of the world, French Cranach's where the first thing to come over, really. And then shortly after that Indian sense downs in Chinese Granitz, and then we had the whole world of to look at and with the more unusual materials that we bring over then the more people ask what have you got this? And can you find that? And what's new so now, the whole industry is driven on something new and amazing, you know, every six months, and and funny enough as you mentioned that the the concrete putting pills that's actually coming back in. Now. You know, I'm working on. I know you raise your eyebrows, I'm working on a couple of games designers landscape, dishonest commercially who wants to create that look. Not quite sure where that's going. But, but it just everything goes around what we're doing here now announced to me fat known to you. Now is that we're going through it translate essentially, an will come up to two thousand eighteen eventually a promise, but I did a garden talk to goes a couple of months ago on essentially tree hundred years of landscape design and how it's volved and when I got to the eighties. I said there was a log roll epidemic that we hit the Cobb lock pandemic. Then we went to everything was sandstone bamboo or it became decking Mbemba, then it went into grow your own which is always invariably tight in what times of recession after world wars in particular. I know we've gone to what is the new thing which has become essentially houseplants in landscaping integrate outdoors to backtrack it when we hit dot sandstone thing lasted a bit before. Started to get nerves on what I do. Remember is star was one that was extremely porous on wound that wasn't so porous and one was two cheaper quote a bit. Like the Buddha grew to forty five foot tall. I'm wasn't a flight a stack assault was a FARC UCLA which grew to maybe eight foot tall. And so I lost some jobs, which I didn't mind on on the other hand..

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"granitz" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on The SodShow

"On finishing for greater has evolved massively from when I first began on people used to make their own concrete, slobs son and then little bit fancy, Dan and true, some aggregate, better known as pebbles into the top or. In some cases, I used to see seashells put into them. Can you explain to the listener at home what that was two years ago that was innovation? I think that was that was the the industry crying out for something more interesting, but it was made from a timber explained that the timber says Blimey going back. Well, I never really had that down here. It was never really a popular Cigna soon ceased, you know, and I cut my seeks down here. Really? I'd certainly been the last few years lost ten years that we've started moving over the rest of the world in a big way for those who in a home what I'm referring to is used to get four pieces of timber it essentially both them together, you'd pour concrete into the four pieces of timber which made up a square on when it set yet a concrete slop on then you decorate it, and that was a little bit domestic pre nineteen eighties or back to the Cliff Richard stuff all over again, if you had hard landscaping, that's what it was. It was may be crazy paving is it fair. Yeah. I think that's probably is fair wrestling. There wasn't a lot of choice right there. And I have to say if using. Hi, it's remember that kind of concrete set stuff, then all the ultimate. I really am. Back in the seventies. And even the early eighties. There wasn't a huge choice. It wasn't really told me that ET's when we started to to look at other other products from other parts of the world, French Cranach's where the first thing to come over, really. And then shortly after that Indian sense downs in Chinese Granitz, and then we had the whole world of to look at and with the more unusual materials that we bring over then the more people ask what have you got this? And can you find that? And what's new so now, the whole industry is driven on something new and amazing, you know, every six months, and and funny enough as you mentioned that the the concrete putting pills that's actually coming back in. Now. You know, I'm working on. I know you raise your eyebrows, I'm working on a couple of games designers landscape, dishonest commercially who wants to create that look. Not quite sure where that's going. But, but it just everything goes around what we're doing here now announced to me fat known to you. Now is that we're going through it translate essentially, an will come up to two thousand eighteen eventually a promise, but I did a garden talk to goes a couple of months ago on essentially tree hundred years of landscape design and how it's volved and when I got to the eighties. I said there was a log roll epidemic that we hit the Cobb lock pandemic. Then we went to everything was sandstone bamboo or it became decking Mbemba, then it went into grow your own which is always invariably tight in what times of recession after world wars in particular. I know we've gone to what is the new thing which has become essentially houseplants in landscaping integrate outdoors to backtrack it when we hit dot sandstone thing lasted a bit before. Started to get nerves on what I do. Remember is star was one that was extremely porous on wound that wasn't so porous and one was two cheaper quote a bit. Like the Buddha grew to forty five foot tall. I'm wasn't a flight a stack assault was a FARC UCLA which grew to maybe eight foot tall. And so I lost some jobs, which I didn't mind on on the other hand..

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"granitz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Let's talk about sexual vitality five kinds of food to put you in the mood one as saffron. That's not a common food. It's more of a spice, of course. And it's an expensive spice intact. It's the most expensive spice, which is why there's not a lot of it around. It's kind of rare takes or he never went was it something like forty thousand crocus flowers to make one ounce of saffron. But his stoically it's been used as an aphrodisiac in one study women who suffered from low libido as a result of taking antidepressants showed increased arousal and lubrication as well as decreased pain and improvement and sexual function after taking saffron how you have to take enough of it. So well in this state. Well, here's another study men who took two hundred milligrams per day of saffron for ten days that's not a long period of time had improvements in symptoms erectile dysfunction. But again, it's hard to get high quality, and you got to pay for it. I mean, it's it's not gonna be cheap. So but for just passing that on for what it's worth it may may do the trick. Wasters? Of course, you've heard about wasters as an aphrodisiac long considered to be one rich. And actually, it's the richest dietary source of zinc richest food source of zinc, and that is necessary for healthy testosterone levels as well as as been shown to help improve sexual performance. So especially in but you don't have to. Take you don't have to eat oysters and risk foodborne illness to get zinc. There's zinc supplements or other things other foods that are also rich and seeing tuna tuna is one of the foods that can put you in the mood. That's because it's loaded with a mega threes, which we talked a lot about here over the over the past twenty eight years. It's shown to increase levels of dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that increases your sexual motivation and performance and then chocolate, which I just mentioned few minutes ago rich source of Philomene would or PA which is the it's a compound or chemical that releases the causes the release of endorphins and can stimulate sexual desire one study in fact, women who ate dark chocolate on a regular basis. Enjoyed a desire enjoyed and desired sex more than those who did not eat dark chocolate. Right. Just make sure you don't go overboard, and because chocolate is rich and calories. And if you eat too much, you'll get fat, and that's kind of an anti aphrodisiac or an an aphrodisiac being overweight. Couple one more food put you in the mood, and that is plumbing Granitz. Those are pomegranates traditionally associated with fertility factor in classical mythology Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, I planet, or she was credited with planning the first pomegranate tree, but studies show that pomegranates rich in antioxidants and support blood flow that can improve ED and men and also lower cortisol levels. So there you go. All right so much for sexual health. Let's go to the funny bone pharmacy in round things off.

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"granitz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Let's talk about sexual vitality five kinds of food to put you in the mood one as saffron. That's not a common food. It's more of a spice, of course. And it's an expensive spice. In fact, it's the most expensive spice, which is why there's not a lot of it around. It's kind of rare takes or he never went was it something like forty thousand crocus flowers to make one ounce of saffron. But his historically it's been used as an aphrodisiac in one study women who suffered from low libido as a result of taking antidepressants showed increased arousal and lubrication as well as decreased pain and improvement and sexual function after taking saffron now you have to take enough of it. So well in this study, well, here's another study men who took two hundred milligrams per day of saffron for ten days that's not a long period of time had improvements in symptoms erectile dysfunction. But again, it's hard to get high quality, and you got to pay for it. I mean, it's not going to be cheap. So but for just passing that on for what it's worth it may may do the trick. Wasters? Of course, you've heard about wasters as an aphrodisiac long considered to be one rich. And actually, it's the richest dietary source of zinc richest food source of zinc, and that is necessary for healthy testosterone levels as well as zinc's been shown to help improve sexual performance. So especially in but you don't have to. You don't have to eat wasters and risk foodborne illness to get zinc. There's zinc supplements or other things other foods that are also rich and seeing tuna tuna is one of the foods that can put you in the mood. That's because it's loaded with a mega threes, which we talked a lot about here over the over the past twenty eight years. It's shown to increase levels of dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that increases your sexual motivation and performance and then chocolate, which I just mentioned few months ago rich source of fennel would or PA which is the it's a compound or chemical that releases the causes the release of endorphins and can stimulate sexual desire one study in fact, women who ate dark chocolate on a regular basis. Enjoyed a desire enjoyed and desired sex more than those who did not eat dark chocolate. Right. Just make sure you don't go overboard, and because chocolate is rich and calories. And if you eat too much, you'll get fat, and that's kind of an anti aphrodisiac or an an aphrodisiac being overweight. A couple one more food to put you in the mood, and that is plummet Granitz. Those are pomegranates. And that's traditionally associated with fertility fact in classical mythology Aphrodite Greek goddess of love, I planet. The she was credited with planning the first pomegranate tree, but studies show that pomegranates rich any oxidants and support blood flow that can improve ED in men and also lower cortisol levels. So there you go. All right so much for sexual health. Let's go to the funny bone pharmacy in round things.

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"granitz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"granitz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Plus tax agreements required. Screens terms apply. You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Joe Avalon. And here's three things to know at one forty five number one. The Republican said at two thirty deadline for Dr bossy Ford to agree to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee Wednesday the committee, however is not established how it will question. Her number to a Republican in the cabinet sexual assault. Clain quit because NBC revealed he was previously fired in part because of alleged sexual harassment and three the woman accused of slashing three babies. Just days old is charged with attempted murder of the children and of two adults. It happened at an unlicensed daycare center and flushing. Steve burns reports. It may have been a center for immigration tourism were pregnant parents come to the US to give birth. So the Chiltern can have US citizenship. WCBS news time one forty six. It may be the end of the line for that huge ferris wheel still under construction on Staten Island. Wall Street Journal reporter Peter Granitz has been working the story in his on Newsline. Peter what's the latest with the New York wheel? Well, the latest is half. The developers are on the verge of throwing in the towel. They've been talking to the city all summer long about getting a tax bond financing to keep the project going in together and get back to work because it's been stalled. But they just got the word from the city that the answer is. No. And they say without that they're ready to give up. How did the New York? We'll get so over budget. I think it was an ambitious project to begin with fees observation wheels have a history of going over over costs the two developers who are behind it. Although they're really savvy and commercial real estate. This is our first attempt at this. And they just ran into a lot of problems with a contractor and they're both suing each other in court right now. So it's just been a big mess. So if they do pull the plug what happens to that huge ferris wheel, and and the rest of the retail and entertainment complex, they were planning there. Well, that's an excellent question as a part of the purse wheel goes, I think they're just going to scrap it and see what kind of price they can get for all the various parts that are right now sitting in warehouses all around the world. The retail is probably going to continue to be built the park is is mostly finish the parking garages finished. But they're just not going to have the anchor attraction that they were hoping for. I gotta believe somebody is losing money on this deal. Would that be where you're absolutely right? And it's it's the two main developers, Lloyd Goldman and Jeff file they're not big name developers in New York. But they're among the billionaires you've never heard about. And they usually don't make a big mistake like this. But they've already put more than two hundred million dollars of their own money. Also, five investors this program where you can get green card for investing those types of investors from China have invested over two hundred million dollars miss and a good portion of them pay some pretty sad consequences. Amazing story Wall Street Journal reporter Peter Grant, Peter thanks for the update. My pleasure. Thank you. WBZ news time one forty eight. Tom for.

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"granitz" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Yes. Say I'm willing the food business today. Okay. I believe in healthy eating. So Mark question knees. Fun target, New Jersey and healthy life CD future. It might be right. I know I will have one or more followers was still better than zero, but should I go in these and should create some show social media content that turns and we should should be like video or views, or blogging or stuff was us giant or stay where you're saying, let's let's take a step back. Hold onto the Mike. What what are you actually doing? What's the business actually knew? Because that will dictate the furthest up with my friends and I'm working at the restaurant. So what's the puts the product of the product is Georgian, recipe will modernize for American market. Interesting. The rebel markets is is it's an actual like food. It's a food. The. Humming at home, you're much different much better than his. Okay. So are you asking about marketing that product? No, I'm asking about social media like, should I go into social media actually and create some social comfortable healthy? We look be success. No, you should make content about your product, your product. Well, that's it. There's not. Of course you just fucking ask me about some fucking shit in your product, focus on making content around your product and around the lifestyle of that product, but but not for the sake of New York City, health and right. Make spent your so small like you can't worry about going that abstract. Nobody. There's not a single person here that knows what the fuck you're talking about, Georgian dip. You mean George elite Lanta. No, the former fucking Soviet Union fuckers, so you know what it means to like. So like you have to understand like nobody understands youth, the educate. It's kind of like, you know, I don't know if this was I left Russia young. Like when I was growing up, we ate a ton of palm. Granitz, right. Nobody in America. Eight pomegranates in the eighties. Like my friends would come over to play with Legos the fucking..

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"granitz" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And you get almost said a bad word you get crappy care you get crappy care we have friends that are from Holland they. Emigrated here back in. The sixties and they still are in. Touch with people back, home and they've known, people that, die, waiting for cancer treatment Right because the list is long. You don't just get to go to your doctor collar up and say I need a test, you wait until it's your turn, right and if, you happen to? Die within. The two years and it takes us just kinda, sorry about your luck but your, health care, was free right but you didn't get any. And not when he. Really needed it do. You think if you have a it's. One thing if you're getting a physical in and out three minutes fine but can you can you deal with a complicated medical issue in three minutes And again let's go back to the. Doctors witch doctors? Are? Going to accept sixty cents on the dollar and more patients not the good. Ones that like the but Dr in Brazil right. Same thing that happens with the product right if the government came to you if you're a business owner and you're thinking about it right, now maybe your, truck driver in the government says you're, gonna have to haul for. Forty percent less or maybe. You're you're a builder and the government says you know what I. Don't care what the house cost you to build you're going to have to sell, it for? Forty. Percent less what are you. Gonna do you're gonna find ways to cut costs and give a lower, quality products that's the only way you can stay in, business. So you start using cheaper studs and cheaper products and and Granitz no longer standard in the house you build, and then you so you but. You're? Gonna you're lowering the quality of the product so what people are. Getting so that's that's what happens but, you see a Boston University economics major should have known this they should, have, known that you can't come to the supply side and be like guess what Forty percent last is going to, be what you can charge. No matter what the cost. Is and the output has to be fifteen percent more that doesn't. Work in economies that doesn't work in any setting that doesn't work in socialism that, doesn't work And then of course there was the. Fact that they're, misinterpreting, the study the study actually said it. Was thirty two point six trillion more in addition to all of these problems so the whole. Thing's ally but anyway it's. I I'm fascinated by the fact that nobody is challenging this girl it's just like really and, she doesn't want cheap studs either she can't the. Few people that have asked her how she's going to pay for this stuff she stutters. All over herself So now the journalists stay away from asking her those questions so there you. Go all right we'll continue, I'm Leela Conway real or fake coming, up at eleven thirty, five hacking. Your ATM at eleven o five NewsRadio eight.

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"granitz" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Marveling granitz sponsors traffic and transit on the twos things are still very heavy on the schuylkill expressway east between the blue route and the conshohocken curve they're working in the right lane and make sure the drains are clear also on the westbound schuylkill things matvey traffic this is from approaching university in through south street the vine west it's also heavy from the parkway out to the schuylkill expressway kelly drive closed due to a large down tree between sedgley and fairmount so that may take awhile it's been out there for a couple of hours now ninety five south just a touch of the breaks between allegheny and gerard and then north on ninety five right above the betsy ross bridge up to bridge street looks like we've got jammed traffic has the two right lanes being blocked there cleaning drains as they move along the rest of ninety five looking really good now on route one north bucks county this would burn as you approach to ninety five that's the old ninety five lane closed there for some work that's going on and then we've been hearing about an accident from an at and t phone force tipster this came in at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty s huntington pike right by lower moreland high school the right lane or the southbound lanes closed because of that crash no other delays to report in our immediate area looking good forty two we're all right fifty five much much better now north as you approach three twenty two that overturned tractor overturned dump truck is gone a little slow on fifty five north as you approach forty two and we don't have any issues on the ben we're looking good on the walt whitman bridge and back over on the pa side not seeing any huge problems except for twenty three this issue right around old ridge here the rioters a horse farm it's closed in that area due to another down tree mass transit we're looking all right next update less than ten minutes i'm stevie reese and the.

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"granitz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Big trump legal story thanks very much the government of south africa is ramping up efforts to get more land into black ownership a controversial plan under consideration would seize property from owners without paying them and redistributed land reform has been a key issue since the end of white minority rule twenty four years ago but blacks still largely don't hold land peter granitz reports from pretoria twenty five year old john routine is a college graduate armed with an education in finance but he's unemployed joblessness in south africa is high and he's had no luck finding anything in its field so now he says he's contemplating a future in farming because at glove but blizzard by we used to go dens and so forth for leaving charged tomatoes and try to sell the catch he doesn't own land the garden plot was youth was in far northern south africa he moved here to central pretoria for school in st hoping to find work on this sunday morning routine is registering to vote he supports the left wing political party the economic freedom fighters because if it's called to expropriate land without compensation we just want delta owned by their white did pool to give it back to the government a government audit shows whites own seventy two percent of south africa's land in black south africans who make up eighty percent of the population own just four percent since the end of apartheid in nineteen ninety four the government has tried various land reform policies including a willing seller willing buyer program critics of that system say the government has been too willing to buy land at inflated prices and that the government is hoarding the land instead of transferring it to would be farmers president cyril ramaphosa says a quarter century into democracy it's time to address the country's original sin we should not be too angry too scared to anxious to get into this debate from posted has promised the expiration of land without compensation will not be what he calls a smash and grab political analysts data says ramaphosa and his african national congress are pursuing expropriation now because of political necessity they finally are facing an electoral challenge that is put it on.

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"granitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Vegetables that will eventually be sold at local stores for people to plant at home the women eight fulltime employees work in shade hudson menkes hundred three acres he says if the government takes his land they'll be out of work if they come with us like i say thank you you're off and lose this i'm sixty five years old my wife than sixty now so i lose everything menkes bought the farm thirty seven years ago at the height of the apartheid era and he says he's never been this nervous about losing his property even as the country transition to democracy if the government wants to reallocate land he says it should start with the land it owns and give the new landowners title deeds we need to give everybody else but i did not steal my lead of good illegal titled and that's an issue economists one delay six logo says agriculture is key to south africa's economy instability the country is the most foodsecure on the continent they say they want to expropriate land without compensation he then that that doesn't destabilize the food production as well as the economy but it's almost impossible to do that south africa has a cautionary tale in its northern neighbour nearly two decades ago zimbabwe ceased land without compensation would followed was economic disaster and food shortages in south africa no land has been taken yet parliament has agreed the issue must be addressed it will report back in august how to proceed until then farmers continue to work mid the uncertainty print pr news i'm peter granitz in pretoria you're listening to wnyc gina hospital is a controversial pick to lead the cia because of her role in the agency's waterboarding program this is one of these cases where the confirmation hearings will be very important especially with regard to the issue of interogations in the meantime the cia is waging a rare pr campaign on hassles behalf and that of the agency we'll take a closer look at that coming up after news headlines tonight mostly clear we'll have a low around thirty eight degrees we're looking at a sunny weekend both days with highs near sixty degrees currently it's forty seven degrees under clear skies in central park and the time is seven thirty cristea this weekend live from here is back at the fabulous town hall in.

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"granitz" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Quite shocked reporter danny macchi mourners are gathering in johannesburg south africa this morning for the funeral for winning mandela the former wife of the late nelson mandela peter granitz reports tens of thousands of people are expected at the tribute to the socalled mother of a nation when he mckie's element della died last week monday today she will receive an official state funeral at orlando stadium in soweto just blocks from her home so wet the township where blacks were forced to live during apartheid was the epicenter of the struggle against white minority rule speaking outside of medicaid elemental is home american civil rights activist jesse jackson said well nelson mandela was imprisoned and other antiapartheid fighters exiled when he mandela state and fought from within devas up fighting so for that we agreed full she'll be buried in a private ceremony after nearly two weeks of public tributes peter granitz npr news johannesburg this is npr news lawmakers in kentucky voted yesterday to override the governor's veto and provide more money to the state's public schools thousands of teachers had rallied inside and outside the state capital in the past several days calling for more spending on public education but as latian passed yesterday includes more money it's provided by a fifty cent increase in the cigarette tax and is six percent sales tax on some services including for home and auto repairs in south dakota a major late season snowstorm has state officials urging travelers to stay home or delay their plans this weekend south dakota public broadcasting's gary ellen bolt reports the governor has closed state offices in more than thirty counties a strong system is forecast to produce blizzard like conditions over several states greg richards with the national weather service in rapid city says heavy snow and strong wind gusts are expected into saturday malls consistently showing software.

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"granitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"granitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Salisbury as insane and claim the truth about the attack on russian double agent sergei st paul and his daughter was being covered up the international red cross has an aid convoy is making its way into rebelheld eastern gouda today in syria twentyfive trucks are involved prosecutors in south africa could announce today whether form president jacob zuma will face trial on corruption charges here's peter granitz prosecutors will soon announce whether they will reinstate eighteen charges of fraud racketeering and corruption that relate to an arms deal with the french weapons company the charges were dismissed a decade ago because of perceived political interference as president zuma racked up millions of dollars in legal bills that the government covered zuma was forced from office last month because of public anger over corruption i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york and morning local student organizers with the gun reform group called coalitions z are encouraging young people to put pressure on companies who do business with the nra the group held a gun reform event last night where it was handing out contact information for those companies are june muslim dr is a freshman at the bronx high school of science he started writing his e mail on his phone where a youth led activist groups nyc we have an exciting to see other major companies dropping their benefits for the nra disappointed to see that such an integral company has not been following he and dozens of other students at the events say they also plan on calling their us representatives to demand background checks for guns and a ban on assault rifles new york city is settling a federal lawsuit filed two years ago by public school parents who charged that school violence and bullying was not being adequately addressed the settlement announced yesterday will require the city department of education to report bullying incidents into an electronic system within one day parents will also be able to submit school bullying complaints electronically basketball fans are cheering the start of march madness this week but critics are pushing back against.

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