21 Burst results for "Gratiot"

"gratiot" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"I want a new pixel book and i'm not like the the pixelbook go launched in twenty eighteen. It's three years old. The original pixelbook. I think launched in twenty sixteen two thousand seventeen something like that you know and and i you know the first person who would buy one because yeah i love my pixelbook. The pixelbook go is a really good product. But it's a very different style of product from the pixelbook so maybe next spring will make us a new pixel book. Yeah 'cause i want one. That's two one i want one. That is the bigger three to ask. Gratiot but i wanted to be two in one or even if they if they go they try to regain the slate and give us a new version of that. But put the kicks in the keyboard in the case. 'cause all of the manufacturers have proven that if you make a chrome as tablet it needs the keyboard and the tablet or needs the keyboard extend in the case because you cannot rely on third party accessory makers to make them well and price them reasonably. Haven't i five slate. And i'm going to tell you the updates to chrome it's a great device except it's heavy twelve and a half inch tablet. That has a really crappy book cover keyboard that attached to it. Yeah i'm i'm super duper looking forward to the lenovo due at five because that's going to be a thirteen point three inch chrome as tablet with birth and did a samsung television in chrome and carry it around era joked about phone sizes being tablets at some point. So why not. I mean it's it's it's huge and it's mostly impractical. But the reason i'm excited for it is because it's going to give us the screen that no refuses to give us on. Its thirteen inch laptops. Because those have all been two hundred. Fifty knits at the most in recent models. Apart from the thing pat pat got three hundred top of the line screen for the top configuration. But it's going to be a brighter screen and because it's going to be more of the duet style. It's okay you can remove the keyboard without having to remove the entire case the way you did on a slate because it's going to have that magnetics kick stand since lenovo the the big eighteen inch whatever this size display. It's going to have that old thirteen fifty five laptop ras. No it's ten eighty p trust me. I have been looking for a. I've been looking every which way to try and scrutinize this. 'cause i keep hiding myself up and i realized in this business if i'm gonna keep reviewing these things. I have to keep expectations down. So i'm i'm hoping the world of duet five because that could be the breakout that chromosome tablets like really need to be something that's like. Oh no it's not just a play time device like the duet or this. I had the x. To eleven that. I'm hoping to review very quickly. 'cause i've enjoyed my last week playing with it while i was on vacation But those are both relatively small devices and the duet five will be thirteen point three inch laptop essentially that you can take the keyboard. Yeah it's gonna it's gonna dobie products on there so i can switch to chrome s. Thanks yeah the the only thing using to keep my duet five expectations like down down in the basement. Down is knowing that it has the snapdragon seven siege.

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"gratiot" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

06:23 min | 10 months ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Only i'm not getting this room to try to or anything that right. You're not a rum dealer. My just my personal friends and anyway they're running through renton. You'd think trying to import a bomb or some kind of. Don't you have to pay duty when you come in from another muscle problem that the problem is the the china. Some red tape is like. What is this one. Four with the purchase of it. You need some kind of spencer permit commercial. I said this is not commercial just from my own personal use bring you or did you have a shift a shift. I had a shift and wine when i was over. They a chip back to me. You will think. I'm trying to import drugs doing running me through right now. Anyway you through the bahamas people or the us people usb of course yes crazy. Of course anyways the fed ex is working on it trying to get it expedited over here as soon as possible. But it's like all this red. It's just a couple of bottles a room. i try to know creating any kind of crazy chemicals. You're not you're not opening a mtv's bahamian super a hand to my friends by next facts. Gotta 'cause he's like look man. Keep a bottle and senator yeah. I thought somebody stole it. Because i got the tracking number and everything i call fedex and they told me he was there was getting shipped out a call back the next day says anyway and i. It was much case of rum. Won't arrive to me in my mansion on the beach. I tell you you've taken you'd be pissed off. Do yeah michael. we're just talking about tipping. How are you a tipping. I'm good if you if you give me good service. I'll tip you generously. But if you'll make me wait a long time on the table if you're rude and inconsiderate i'll tip somebody getting a big tip so but but i believe in tipping people and helping out people who helped me. Of course. here's where i go. You mentioned something really interesting. Which is when the service is late when it takes a long time to get your food. Yeah it's really not your servers fall. Whose fault is it's the kitchens fault. Well they could come over. No i've talked about before they even come to the table to ask you what you want that kind of stuff you made. It takes a long time for them to even get you that because there is such thing as being the weeds. If you are a waiter waitress server host hosted longest you'd have had to wait for a serpent. Come over when you sat down at a table happens being low twenty minutes. Wait yeah wrong with that happens so when i travel overseas sometimes i would travel with my mom so be to lady sitting in a restaurant and i don't know what that is but it just does not lead to good service je Italy over yeah. She's i think it's sorta like people think the man's going to pay so they're not going to get a good tip of its to a mom and daughter so everything moves slower in europe. I've done that too Twenty twenty five minutes or so bleak learned that if if it starts off where like you they don't even come over and you sit down and it takes ten minutes for them to say. Would you like some water. or here's a menus. Like i should probably get up right. Because that's the only meal is going to be frustrating especially when you see walking around and other people in the awards serving other people you know michael. I was at dinner last night at a really nice steakhouse. I was a bulla which today house over on ocean. Santa monica randall. White wine red of course at stake. That's right you're a man always read with stay. They'll tell it to ireland way. We chianti noah. What does the chardonnay short that. So ireland gratiot show so we're sitting down last night small group of friends and one of these friends who shall remain nameless ordered their steak. Well done and my guy lost all respect. I'm like well done. What about media is not medium. Well at least you've got a little bit of picnic but well well yeah. I don't understand at all. I mean steak for a steak should be medium rare. I want some. I want some sun. Pink steak no. I can't i like medium to stick to raw. That's real real men. Eat medium rare. Why don't you to stay tar tar. Then you know what's funny. I've had steak tartar. I totally dig it. Yeah meet you can't even do that with sam bennett. Fire right to me. Well need a well done steak. But i usually get meeting well get medium medium. I i'll goes media. Can't do that little bit mostly medium. Well mostly meeting. I an media well media. Well demands rabai nice new york. Yeah this is the people of color thing medium. Well you know what the race i tell you. Can i tell you. Why might i never and i are such a good match. He loves the fat. And like he'll like. I won't even order a rabbi. Because it's too fattening. I like just the new york or new york. Fat flavor is good. I don't swallow it but it is good that she likes prime rib like to me. I'm like a whole bunch of fat. So i basically if i if i get a piece of steak or some kind of meat whatever it has to a pork chop or something has too much fat on it. I'll just cut my fat off. And i'll say now. I got a great by the fat right here. You're fat. he eats it whole. Oh i can't do that delicious. I can't eat the by the way you put ketchup on your steak. Right michael. Well yeah that is terrible. Smother it but a little bit of catch because i have to catch up on my potatoes. Nobody'll some spills onto the state. Wipe it off. It's chef appreciates catch up on the they don't like it when you order that but i usually get it for the potatoes. Yeah hey let me ask you one thing here before we go to our actually. No i'm gonna ask about the jack morris thing. Did you see jack morris thing. Yeah i heard about that. Okay i want to ask you about it when we come back. Jack morris in Has been suspended today by the tigers and by the bali sports midwest network that broadcast tigers games. We'll tell you exactly. Why coming up next for you mason ireland seventeen..

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TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

Breaking Biotech

01:42 min | 1 year ago

TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

"The next company. I wanna to talk about is t g therapeutics ticker symbol. Tgt ex and they're now trading in a market cap of five point five billion dollars and we heard some news at ashley and then we heard a huge readout. Come out on thursday or friday. I believe of this past week on their. Ms data so very exciting stuff and what. They showed us at ashes. That umbrella said plus tax which is their molecule combination. Which they call you to. They showed that. It's superior to open new tuesday mab. Plus chlorine useful in patients with treatment naive and relapsed and refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia and they presented their full data set from the face three unity. Cll study and this is a follow onto the top line data that they showed in q. Two twenty twenty. So i'm just gonna blow up the data here and the the data they saw and i'm just took the most important headline that i thought. Is that the hazard gratiot from patients that receive youtube versus. Oh plus h l was zero point five four six so what that means is that they have the risk of not maintaining progression free survival in patients that took you to which is a huge improvement in response from the standard of care. So this is great news for the company. it's really the the best kind of outcome you could expect from a follow on data released to the top line data so i think this is absolutely going to allow them to get approval. Nc l. l. And if we go back to our non-hodgkin's lymphoma list here. This is an indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma and they or they're planning to submit the be. La for this molecule and to the fda soon

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"gratiot" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

AA Beyond Belief

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"gratiot" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

"Progressed rapidly and so when I picked up in two thousand, ten I. Became a daily drinker and on the weekends I would start as early as I could And then In. May of two thousand, twelve I had a rock bottom dream. Gary Very. Loose said very, very literal and it would take some time to tell you the dream. It was a very long dream. And but the the dream, the end of the dream. was like this journey that I was on a very very. You know chaotic and unmanageable. And Dangerous Journey that I was on in this dream. And at the end of this dream, I was brought into a glass chambered like like an elevator and which submerged me into a VAT liquid. And it. I was the only one in it, and so every everyone who had been in this that with me headed exited and then began to just be spectators of May alone in this dream that ended up I be up being submerged. To a VAT of liquid. And then I, woke up gasping for air. Oh my God because I was completely submerged. I was holding literally holding my breasts while I was sleeping on man. I will up and I. knew that it was alcohol. Wow. Wasn't water was alcohol rush. Wine in particular Piano Gratiot, and in fact, if I really wrack my brain I can tell you the brand. and. I in that that was the first time I felt completely. Defeated like exhausted the sentence I'm so sick and tired of Kentucky. Hopton to Naiad. That's really interesting. I have never heard a speaker ever. Ever relate that it was a dream you know that that prompted the that that was their their moment I guess. Yeah. Yeah, I know..

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Presto Sparkling Rose

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Presto Sparkling Rose

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. This one's kind of appropriate to the season. It's a Chris Light refreshing. Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. Nine, ninety, nine at whole foods. I. Think it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, it's whole foods. and. It's if you like. You'RE GONNA. Like this wine. It's made in the same way that tank from Tation Shar map. Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. used. The grain grape and the rebozo. Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. and. Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. Northern Italy way, up there. the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. Ever, really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. Like. I said if you like for sexual like this, it's got a different. Flavor profile, but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. Now, not lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. NOTICED SIP in two minutes? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. Yeah. So. That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. Italy. And you know what they are thinking about, which may or may not make much difference at all. Why is it a sparkling wine? In Italy, the word for sparkling wine is full monty. You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? Format. It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. But I think one of the problems is that. In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they think about. Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. I think they still do. Okay. But the cattle got. You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, there's been a few scandals there won't get into. This cheap wine fighter. We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, water because they were drier. More detail. You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. Not a huge fan, but people are so tweets their own. So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. For Sakho rose as because. They're very very. they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. Grown of region main the Sharm, method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, grape? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. Anybody who could grow the? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. And that's the reason. This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. That's a white one. And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. Third SIP and four minutes. and. I. Don't have much more to say about against the job done. You know. Yeah. I mean. Is it my favorite wine? The whole real? No but. I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. So. That's it for me. On the next one key cheap.

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"gratiot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"From Henry and fort Gratiot Michigan and re hello there good morning I'd like Mr Brody's help in trying to resolve an inner conflict as a liberal Mister Brody will instructed in the Bible and in religious beliefs and in my upbringing I've always been taught that god will not be mocked and I believe that America has elected Satan Satan is in the White House you interviewed one of his demons yesterday and I believe that if I am to be reunited with my country my country has to be reunited reunited and instructed by the good will of Jesus Christ and his social ministry and I don't believe we're following that now I think that this president has market got and that is why we are where we are today and I have no hope of being reunited with my country and what my fellow countrymen if they continue to follow city so how am I supposed to resolve that conflict with them myself when I've been raised to hate evil and to hate the people who love evil and I believe right now there are too many Americans in love with evil Sir Henry will get a response and David Brody Henry it's a great question I don't even know where to begin their social impact there I'll say this you have one view of it and there are a lot of other folks that have a much different you won't believe that Donald Trump is in office for such a time as this from a biblical perspective so I guess we'll leave that debate for another day I would just say Henry what you need to do all his works from the actions and and you'll say you'll you'll laugh at that point a lot of liberals will but the truth of the matter is if you come out from a conservative evangelical biblical perspective of this president is being for example the most pro life president his struggle down the list as it relates to many things that he has drawn up from a conservative biblical perspective I never would've got respect that have been very very positive now you'll you'll of course counter with the fact that well what about the social justice aspect of all of this but look I mean there's a lot of things he's done in that area to remember a lot of times and I think both sides are guilty of this you know you have the conservative evangelicals on one hand talking about maybe us concentrate on certain issues within a biblical context may you have the liberals on the other hand talking about social justice aspects of certain things but you know remember the last time I checked out Jesus wasn't all about social justice necessarily he was about coming to this are dying for our sins and give everybody a chance to be with him for eternity that's what the common bond really should be on both sides our guest is David Brody chief political analyst with CV and we go to broken bow Oklahoma next broken bow Oklahoma should be on there Jerry go ahead sorry guys their city okay go ahead you're on the air the idea of yeah I would go bang die all right well it's about the church should be allowed to W. to church congregate well done do you have your that that would that would put our station here and there so you know J. mediation here you go to Beijing cry so why why would they not so letting people feel their plight yeah they are the last we kind of talk is not we kind of touched on that a little earlier will go to broken bow arc Oklahoma we go Jerry you're on the line go ahead good morning morning Easter children thank you I thank the distinction gates to be may twenty pastors who are shepherds both walked in religion because presently are hearing a lot of talking here it's between Marianne Williamson at Lucerne that several representing religion but Christianity and I am a Christian I believe we should terminate culprit cheers another the pastors yeah this far is meeting together casters can pastors correct your size of your service following the outside of the building and I think the church of Smyrna in revolution was a perfect example thank you for your time to look okay Jerry David Brody well a couple things first of all I I think it's interesting we have to remember once again back to the disclaimer at the beginning of most churches are following these guidelines so it really is an issue but for the most part it really has not been an issue well there are like we say we know in places like Tampa Florida a pastor their hands on it basically gone against authority she's now gone online actually but in places like Ohio and down in Louisiana especially young twenties fell down there at least half an apple will hold Easter Sunday service today about two thousand people attending so look I mean it's happening but it's in pockets and I think that's important going out also I would just say that the ones that are having church and once again I'm not defending people you know holding the services I'm just saying I'm explain to you from a fractional standpoint what they're doing they still are doing social distancing guidelines for example some churches actually remove some of that kind of nature here's a kind of moved into the starting xi family sixteen apart I'm not necessarily saying that's the way to go what I am saying is there are certain cautions that they're taking and that's their that's their part of their contracts with David vernier interview with the the vice president down on Thursday you tweeted some photos about that I want to share one of those you you say in this tweet I was tested today for covert nineteen because I was doing one on one interview with the vice president the test was negative F. Y. I. hits the elbow bombs so we did you have to to take that test in order to get the interview that was mandated by the White House right so I'm glad you brought that up because I do want to I do want to bring it up thanks for doing that yeah I was tested was negative so here's what happened we we thought we were all just gonna get temperature tracks going into the White House we did and they were in the room just replacing the EEO be the old executive office building right Argus Armani office and we were waiting in the interview was gonna start a late morning in about an hour before that I was told very nicely Hey by the way we're gonna need to give you one of those racket cove in nineteen tests on myself and and the one that was going to apply make up to the vice president so that's exactly what happened we both went down there but an hour before the interview talk about I don't know ten seconds I can tell you these rapid tester really nothing at all that's if I can just be a little graphic it's five seconds up one nostril five seconds of another and you're done and your little watery eyed afterwards and that's about it and now they said that they would only contact me if it came back positive and an hour later there was no nobody contacted me and vice president walked in the room I figured I'm were you in that hour were you a little bit on pins and needles well it's interesting I don't know if it's a needles but I was a little concerned as you know building journalism we always have a plan being quite frankly we have a plan C. as well and we were already in the plan B. territory with the producer that I was with Dana who is getting ready to ask those questions that I had ready for the vice president just in case all right here's a Lawrence good elk Grove village Illinois Lawrence go ahead yes good morning gentlemen good quick comment hopefully maybe solace to to our practice practicing Christians that are locked at home the most most Christians understand the significance of the resurrection but what what led up to it is also important Christ dying in his crucifixion and the reason he was crucified was because he came to earth and told the congregation the sacrificial lamb you don't need to go through that religious leaders because prior to Christ everybody had to go to their religious leaders to do the sacrifice for them Grice said no you can talk directly to god Suli ripped open the veil of the tabernacle that's what happened so people at home can administer to themselves you don't need to go to a pastor preached to tell their sins they can call directly to god through Christ they can receive the body of Christ at communion directly they can administer to themselves and and and we see that in our in Christ's name people forget that that was one of the reasons why Christ was crucified the religious many of the religious leaders were threatened they were losing control and power price did get all through his life that's why he took up with the people in the temple he was excited I wanted to political he was pointing out a lot of fake news of the day thank our lord to let you go David Brody any any thoughts on that well I got to turn it into a business or no I mean look he's absolutely right there's the sermon in the morning and and I think beyond that what's really important here is to understand that what he said is true which is that what we also said earlier which is you don't have to necessarily be in a church to worship god now is there a community aspect to it yes this church according of course and to be around a body of believers one hundred percent and I think that's a lot of what people are missing the community aspect to all of this but but his main point is correct L. and this is something that a lot of people don't quite yet which is you know Christianity is called a religion but a relationship with god is not a religion relation with Jesus is a personal relationship it's not a relationship with religion there's a difference between religion and church a personal relationship with Jesus a lot of people and kind of get hung up on the religion aspect of it that's not what this is about this is not a personal relationship with the god of the universe his comments also reminded me we need to get some politics into this conversation we read the story earlier about the Joe Biden Joe Biden no surprise winning the Alaska primary with some twenty thousand voters in that state so the lay of the land in terms of the presidential race David Brody the the convention already move for Democrats into August how do you see things and focusing particularly on the democratic side how do you think see things moving forward for the Democrats right well I think you'll find it's got a big challenge on on his hand and it's not necessarily hi it doesn't have anything to do with Donald Trump and has to do with democratic politics internally and that is this he's got to get the Bernie folks to the polls they've got to be energized we know bill and you know that it's all about energy all about well that energizing the base while the Democratic Party right now has to figure out what they got a lot of people angry trump but if you're angry at home he does that's one thing if you got to be angry get to the polls and so I'm very focused on millennials out there you know not too jazzed about so how do you gauge them and get them to the polls well the answer would be embraced some of what already has been talking about I moved to the west and here we go that's the problem you want to play in a general election you better go more towards the middle what is he going to do is he going to go last in Bracebridge people to get them out on the left energy perspective where does he go to the middle of a blue collar rust belt try to win those folks he spoke but if you're here and you don't know which way to go or you're trying to thread the needle that that's difficult and it would be pointed up on the trump campaign as we move up towards November version of this morning's Washington.

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"gratiot" Discussed on V103

V103

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on V103

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Restaurant Owners Grapple With Hiring Undocumented Immigrants

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:00 min | 3 years ago

Restaurant Owners Grapple With Hiring Undocumented Immigrants

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds. Even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply the immigration and customs enforcement raids at chicken processing plants last week reignited an old debate who will do these jobs if not undocumented workers in mississippi the workers dismembered poultry for eleven to twelve dollars an hour brutal dangerous work across the country immigrants often do manual will low paying jobs and employers say they have no choice but to rely on them. N._p._r.'s john burnett spent time with one restaurant owner who is wrestling with this very issue. It was mid afternoon afternoon at a small popular restaurant in a city somewhere in missouri. The lunch rush was over and only a few diners remained. The cook was cleaning up in the proprietor win asked that we not use her full name. The restaurants name the kind of cuisine or the city to avoid arousing the attention of federal immigration agents at least four of her six employees and government parlance gained entry to the united states without the requisite inspection inspection. They're undocumented the kitchen manager. Hi mate has been using a fake social security numbers since he came to the u._s. From mexico twenty one years ago he paid an underground underground cellar sixty dollars for it and didn't ask any questions well. We had to pay to get a a social. We know there is illegal. We don't oh how that we'd have jobs. We're not gonna have nothing else so we had to do that. Work lynn and i sat at the serving counter high may he was standing in the kitchen wearing a black chef's uniform and a ball cap high may said every immigrant he knows his constantly fearful of ice and we had our conversation before award the mississippi chicken plant rates which is needed careful about everything if we do something not correctly we're going to have troubles. Lynn said she's he's plugged into the restaurant community her mid western city and she states flatly. All of them hire undocumented workers. You cannot hire an american american here. It will show up to work. They will not be committed to their job. In america restaurant workers not as serious profession. The administration says there deporting according undocumented citizens like high made because he's taking jobs from america's. That is the biggest joke. I know i hear it all the time and i couldn't hire some. We put ads on craigslist facebook in the window in the newspaper that people that come in ply to take our job cbs will show up for one shift. They will not be cleaned. They will probably be sober. They will ask for their money than the shift in the middle not come back for the second shift in contrast. Lynn describes her employees all of whom came from central mexico as loyal dependable incredibly hard working. She says she pays her. Dishwashers washers eleven fifty an hour sixteen dollars for books. That's more than minimum wage but they get no insurance vacations or sick. Pay the pew research center under says there are seven and a half million authorized workers in the united states. They're concentrated in agriculture construction and the hospitality industry but would they choose. It's another line of work if they were here illegally if you had a green card would you still be here working for sixty dollars an hour. Obviously i like. I like to cook and then i like back to work and even of your boss wasn't standing here would you would you work here. If you're a lawful permanent resident <hes> i would like to do something i'm finalist arnaud. Something different high may didn't say what work he might choose if he had papers truth is there's no path to citizenship for for him. I turned back to lynn who was nursing a glass of pinot gratiot after another long day overseeing the restaurant what would happen if ice deported all the undocumented workers in the city tomorrow would close i mean i couldn't i just sell everything for whatever amount of money we could get for it and look close because there's not enough talent at people who really do know how to cook. According to the pew center ten percent of restaurant workers are unauthorized. That's one point one million employees. Lynn and thousands of other restaurant owners across the country say they cannot find enough suitable workers workers and the legal labor pool especially for their kitchens but administration hard liners say the law is the law where you're talking about a chicken plant with two hundred plus plus illegal workers or a little restaurant that has half a dozen illegal workers <hes> the issues the same mark krikorian is executive director of the center center for immigration studies a washington d._c. Think tank that favors lower immigration. He says there are u._s. Citizens who will do these unattractive jobs and he cheers on trump's ice rates and if that means a little restaurant somewhere ends up closing that's unfortunate i wish that on no one but restaurants close every day and if the labor market is tighter what that means is restaurants toronto that do come up with a way of recruiting and retaining legal workers will have a competitive advantage. I called cold lynn back this week and asked for her thoughts about the big ice raids in mississippi. She said her restaurant is too little for ice to target but that doesn't mean she's not affected. She said now she's afraid. The cost of chicken is about to go up. John burnett n._p._r. News.

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"gratiot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And this wigs digital life, hacks tip, we're going to talk about the Amazon echo, and Alexa, re are going to put Alexa, to work finally by using certain skill sets. And we already know that, you know, how to say, get the weather and play music. But here are some Alexa, life skills that I think you're really going to enjoy using first up you can play a game with Alexa. And if you are trying to get through some boring household, chores, you can enable the skill and then you can say a song quiz, or twenty questions or music quiz, or film quiz. Actually a lot of fun. You can also use Alexa with your Amazon key to lock and unlock doors. A lot of people don't realize that is that once you have it all set up. You can say Alexa discovered new devices, unlocked by voice, don't worry, we've got all the steps that you need to take advantage of that one. And it's happened to me. I'm sure it's happened to you. You were walking around the house, and you're saying, where's my glasses? And then suddenly you realized that your classes on top of your head. What about your phone? Yes. If you looked over the house, she's still can't find your phone before you start panicking and thinking that you lost it. You can just have a chat with Alexa. We'll tell you exactly how to make that magic happen to. And speaking of fun with Alexa. How about some Easter eggs? Those of us in techno land. We love Easter eggs, little gigs, and surprises that. Programmers, leave and software just to delight you so you can sit phasers to kill and show me the money and what's your quest, again to write them down? We have them for you also translating languages, just got a heck of a lot easier using Alexa, because if you wanna talk to somebody who does speak your language. Now, if you have Alexa sitting near you, she can do all the translation, you could also learn wine, pairings bar, tending skills, and great recipes because they're sitting there at dinner saying, what does go well with this wine. Is it a cab a merlot Pinot Gratiot? Chardonnay. Well now Alexa, can be there to help you now..

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"gratiot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:57 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So I felt that you walked away Steve dissatisfied fill filter into the remarkable masters. Right. Final yesterday. And then we didn't have anything about because I didn't see you didn't see it. Yeah. Tiger Woods bad discuss. Well, you know, I'm not a huge Tiger Woods fan. But just I'm so I'm so happy for him such a remarkable comeback. I mean, really is one of the greatest comebacks in sports history in this country. I think I can't imagine another one. When's the last time he won think the last time you wanna major was eleven years ago? So, but look he went through a diction. He couldn't get out of bed for a time with back issues. They thought he might never golf again. He went through all the personal ordeal much of which we created. That's the part Steve that I can't. I know I thought of you wouldn't give I can't quite give them a pass on. I wanna be happy for him. I really do because it is an amazing comeback. But then you go. Okay. He's not that good of a guy throw that out of it. Just the just the painkiller addiction the back surgeries and all of that stuff. Thing to painkillers. Saying he's not that good of a guy. I get it. But there are also problems creating him to be a bad guy. I know a lot of people I'm not saying you, but a lot of people say addiction of any kind whether it be alcohol drugs or sex addition addiction is something, you know, how could you do that? Well, you're not in your right mind. It's an addiction. He got help. I don't know how to feel. I almost want to celebrate that that you can come back from something and get help for that good it as a weekend of redemption in some ways to maybe I don't know how long you carry those things if you do forever. But a lot of them were in his control with you Bill. I said it some of them were created. Yep. But the physical ones the bigger ones were not and and for him to come back to the height of winning a masters could be wasn't. He pretty much written off in everyone's mind, well people, but yeah, I mean, don't you think those that because he is Tiger Woods? He was written off. But not a hundred percent people. Just go out the most incredible golfer our generation who can do pretty much anything. So if anyone could come back, it'd be ham, right? He's not of our generation anymore. That's out. There is a new generation golfing. And I've said to a friend over the weekend. I'm tired of watching every Tiger Woods shot because he's still popular with the networks. The following. You know that every time no matter how far out is. They still right. And I turned it was wrong was wrong. He came back and he won the tournaments. There was a time. I played fantasy baseball for years and some of the guys I played fantasy baseball with Ross. Oh, and believe it or not a fantasy golf league. I'm not making that up there. There is such a thing and their rule was you couldn't draft him. He was drafted because it was too big of an advantage to you have Tiger Woods. Well, I mean, you had the younger guys the other guys on the course afterward being interviewed. He goes we could hear the roar said. And there's a very different tiger roar than there is a road for anyone else. Ironically. Yeah. Right. I don't know. I. Sucker. You guys didn't see. Sucker that it is a great Cinderella story of of being on top of the world way below the world and then on top of the world again. And I mean, we love that don't we no matter who wins those going to say Bill when they when they the moment that they win, and then they see their kids, and in many cases, their wives are integral case, it was his mom. It's just such an emotional thing voices. Crank. It's not cracking. But it was yesterday. Absolutely pointed out the and all right. So evidently, the first time he won the master's, his father was there to see it. And as soon as he went and hugged his dad yesterday story was circle of life story where his son was there. So he went and hugged his son. So those pictures next to each other are very heartwarming to see how not that long ago. He was there to please his dad, and now he was there to please his son and. It was exact same spot. That was that's impressive. I've not a golf person at all on the morning show. You almost have to call. But. But I won the contest. Picked him. I take him. Well, soda soda Cochran. But we had to pick three people and my other guy finished good, well too nice. Here. I'm scrubbing floors yesterday. And I'm watching this. And I'm like, I couldn't stop watching it. You're not a pretty picture as you're scrubbing your floors. I'm sorry bridal shower on Saturday nights at my house. His oh. Anyway, that's thought I was cleaning my house. I couldn't stop watching it. Oh, really freaking me. When you say they force you into golf on the morning show. Do you mean they force you to watch it or to play it or to what to be part of it? Pick every major championship to pick three winner. I've been doing this since spike because he was a golfer. Everybody. A little bit. What exactly happened at the wedding shower? They had to scrub the floors. Next day, girls, food Rangel. I bet there was a punch a different kind of sprints Pino Gratiot, it was really refreshing. Nice spring day. I'm glad it was refreshing. Okay. Showers Saturday is with the snow. Sort of responsible because I put my shovel away. No, you did it. July your shovel away. Jim put the shovels on the front porch away. And there was one by the back porch. And I'm like forgot this one. I'm gonna put it away. Behold, I had to go back out to the shed yesterday and get on a little ceremony. Plenty of Bill you brought that up because the fourth of July before we go to the prayed, we put the snow shovel in the garage. I believe you wait that long honestly. And then when we come back from the prayed, we take it out. That makes perfect sense people. Do they put their scrapers away out of their cars? And so all the snow was falling off the trucks this morning blinding people. And and it was all over the place. Just it was a here's a clue people morning. You not only brush the windows off you have to brush the roof of the car is. Well, right semi drivers. I mean, I don't know how you tell that to them ladder. Ladder to climb up there and do it. But that's where I get hit with snow. Right. Right. Right. Imagining things or is it going to be close to seventy degrees. Tomorrow tomorrow's somewhere between sixty and seventy Wednesday supposed to be seventy seventy two and Thursday. Yeah. I I know people who don't think local warming is happening look around you. Let's do this quick break. We've got.

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"gratiot" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"gratiot" Discussed on Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

"Another pleasant. Good day to you from or be ministers grace with Boorda's coming to you another day sharing the word with you and trusting, and as you listen to Gratiot bothers you yourself will up knowledge that indeed grace has no bars in that means no matter where you have been what you have done. What you life circumstances? Are your struggles? Your grief your pain where you stumble. You. Fall gut is always going to be there to lift you up and to give you hope to forgive to strengthen and to build hope grace has no borders. And so wherever you find yourself today. Just know this one thing that you can all. Always be lifted up find strength, and courage and renewed hope to keep on fighting as you persevere through life's challenges today. Gratiot Batas thought on the spot cast would be a prisoned help in trouble a present help in trouble and right now. Right. Where we are. There is so much happening in our lives, so many sicknesses death. Tragedies circumstances heartbreaks despair despondency and God knows that without him. Most of us will not make it through another day. And so on this podcast. We want to share with you that God is indeed a very present. Help in trouble. Yes. Indeedy his prison help in trouble. And as we should start today. My hope is that you would sense that must fear of his presence. And know that he is there has been there and will be there with you. And as you listen, the spot cast, my hope is that it will inspire. It will bless it will encourage you. And that you will in turn share it with your friends because I am sure all of us how family and friends and loved ones who are going to struggles who are facing challenges in their lives and everybody need to have this sense of renewed hope to fight on in despair FU. Sicknesses chew pain and suffering chew grief on morning. We need a word to remind us and to comfort because sometimes we are going through the circumstances in our lives. We are so overwhelmed with what's happening that sometimes we can't even think and remind ourselves that God is a refuge and strengthen present help in trouble. And so sometimes we allow what we are going to to take permits in our lives, and it really overwhelms us. But today here is this thought to encourage you and to remind you as I do myself that God is a prison helping troubled and thought that there will be taken from some forty six disarm as as in it history and prophecy combined its relevance has historic. Connection. Current -application and future projection. Observation of this song, which it would be an interesting one to hear the chant and the melody that these psalmist gave to this song as they sign. Of course, the psalms are generally songs that mean, they put melody are music and Miltie to these Soames as they sung them oftentimes when they're going through circumstance in the allies where tragedy, and you know, captivity and and their besieged by by by by those who want to take over their cities are on the hold him captive, and so they come together. And they they song be psalms to encourage themselves. This product are some for the six is believed to have been written during the the siege of Sinatra. In seven oh, one as he besieged Jerusalem, the cry of Jerusalem. Amidst the fall and capture of other cities was as they recognize a notice of the cities have been captured Jerusalem begun to sing Assam. They're encouraged themselves and Assam that they were singing is God is our refuge an hour. Strength. A very present help in trouble. That's the some that. They were singing. That's what they were using to console an encourage themselves as they face the great challenge that they saw happening in other cities. You see we don't even need. Another song are another expression

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"gratiot" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Get Up!

"But it's a matter of who fixed and how and that's the question right now. And obviously the Lakers don't have any answers because if they had answers they wouldn't have lost four of their last five games at this particular stretch of the season. It looks like it's slipping away from them very quickly Stevenage if a minute with you here. The Celtics lose a terrible game yesterday. There booed mercilessly and their old building and deservedly. So and then Kyrie Irving has basically nothing to say. After the game. What is your take on Boston right now and unkindly in particular diary, Irv has been incredibly frustrating. He's allowed to media reports to get to him a little bit too much. And that has me worried about the New York Knicks because obviously if you're worried about the media in Boston, you worried about the national media imagine if you went to New York, that's problematic. That's number one. Number two. I don't think enough enough focus has been placed on Danny age and Brad Stevens with the whole Gordon Hayward element. This is a guy that had a very very nasty injury. We know that I don't believe he should have been back at the start of the season. Let alone in the starting lineup and literally over the last several games you shoot like thirty one percent from the field. He's averaging about five points a game since two all star break. This seems to be somebody they'll hell bent on on validating in Danny ages case because it assigning the hundred thirty million dollars in Brad Stevens case, maybe because this is the guy that start for him at the university of Butler, no matter which way, you slice it. This guy has compromised the Boston Celtics to some degree Jana Brown doesn't seem. Him saying Jason Tatum's has been consistent Terry Rozier has been compromised in a contract year. And nobody is talking enough about that. Everybody's been talking about kyri. Everybody's been talking about player relationships. They're not talking about the fact that they will compromise by Brad Stevens, and Danny ages insisted on getting Gordon Hayward Rian Gratiot in the things as far as I'm concerned before. He was ready you'll be fine in a future. But this year he shouldn't have been back until about now should have been coming off the bench never should have been in the starting lineup. I think it's drastically compromised the Boston Celtics, and that's what we need to be talking about Stephen Smith who was always the busiest guide ESPN and this week in particular, again, he's in LA, I take coming up in twenty minutes, and he's going to be on practically every show we have. So we're looking forward to that all week long. Stephen. Thank you, Wendy. Thank you guys. We will check in again soon. Meanwhile, college basketball Super Tuesday double header number three, Duke and Wake Forest tip. It off tomorrow night from Cameron indoor and at seven eastern. And then Laura we'll be there for Kentucky. Ole miss from the pavilion. Both games are on ESPN. And the ESPN app. So you can watch from anywhere still the cop. Speaking of high profile teams, Jerry Jones spoke combine this comments were eye opening we'll tell you about the big decisions his Cowboys faced this off season. And what they mean for his coach next. Back on get up. Let's run the hurry up on the NFL. Combine with Ryan Clark. These are some guys who impress you. Most look at the big guy. Montas sweat from Mississippi State run it listen you combs on he breaks the record for defensive lineman in the forty runs four four one guy that had eight and a half sex at Mississippi State was already high or many people's board. And when you see something like this this type of speed off the edge with a guy who can also play the run. It makes you go back and watch the tape and some people are going to be adjusted in their board and moving monta sweat up because we show this type of athleticism plus the production from college..

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"gratiot" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"Because this is the one thing that we are all super passionate about together. Yeah. That we love and I think we knew exactly like, branding wise. The label when we created the label which you can explain like when we did that. I think we it's like we shared a brain. We one hundred percent shared a brain. There was not ever going to say that we shared a brain white guys. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. So you agree with me. Right. They agree with me shares a brain Z's. So for real we left our first meeting, and we were like where in this is a company that we'd want to do business with like we vibe with them. They understand us. We understand them. We went straight to the Belmont. Our local sorry to interrupt you. If I can say like shout out to knocking point because in this first meeting that we had they literally went what kind of wine. Do you want to make three of you? What do you want the label took like this is your baby? Like, there was no there was like we have stuff for you guys. It was like we'll give you you pick the kind of wine, then we'll do a wine tasting with the different winds. We have of that kind. And we. Just like we want the shit to launch a sap. And we know we want a Pino Gratiot. And it happened very quickly. So I'm very very proud to partner with them because they gave us the guidance, and they gave us like a complete just gave open floor for creativity. Yeah. And I mean when I say like besides us like cub. And we all agreed on exactly the wine that we wanted. 'cause we were like we want it to taste like water. We want it to be able to go down so easily, and I don't need anyone like pursing their lips when they take a taste of it. It's not like, oh, this pairs well with like this fucking fish. No, this is some shit. You can have wherever you are without eating with eating with your friends with your boyfriend with your girlfriend alone. Yeah. I don't crying in your car. Once you've you've already parked at the time. Like, whatever. And so we all agreed on this exact Punic radio. And then we we went to Beaumont and we sat there for hours getting wasted. Designing are labeled down to a T like, Nope. We literally brought to life everything that we wanted together like the graphic designers didn't have to do anything. We had everything figured out. And that's why I feel like so they had to do they had to design. But like noble drew it out for though, we basically sent them like everything. Yeah. So once they once they send it back where like poop. Boom right there. Like, you literally just like read our mutual brass. But it's for everyone. And you know, I think for everyone watches up paroles make sure you have it on ice every Monday. Yeah. It's if parents are cold addressing a pill pairs with every kind of food great. But at pairs within a bump roles best..

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"gratiot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Scott Simon. Pope francis. Arrived in the United Arab Emirates tomorrow. He'll be the first pope to set foot on the Arabian peninsula. NPR's, sylvia? Poggioli reports that he'll visit Abu Dhabi the capital of the UAE for an international interfaith of anthill. Also, celebrate an outdoor mass for Catholics most of whom are migrant workers from other countries in a video message to the u e pope Francis says his visit will help write a new page in Muslim Catholic relations in deal who Nishi faith in God unites, and it does not divide it draws us closer despite differences distances us from hostilities version, the oil-rich federation of seven Emirates border Saudi Arabia, which administers the holy sites of mecca and Medina. And bans observance of all religions, but Islam the UAE prides itself on granted slide. Lately. More religious freedom to its close to one million Catholics, mostly Filipinos and Indians. But for non Muslims, it's illegal to proselytize there and blasphemy and apostasy laws carry possible death sentences. In an off the record briefing of attic and officials said Catholics in the UAE protect themselves by keeping a low profile in a video message Bishop Paul hinder, the region's top Catholic official urged Catholics to pray for the rulers who invited the pope. I thank the government for their generosity. Not only have they made the visit possible about half wholeheartedly given us a venue to celebrate mass setting a milestone in the region, the mass will be celebrated outdoors at the Ziad sports city stadium where one hundred and thirty thousand or expected that flock belongs to those Catholic churches on what Francis calls the peripheries of the world that he has made a central part of his pastoral care. Many of them are Catholic churches that work without trysts because they don't have them Massimo. Federally professor of theology at Villanova university says over Skype. That a key aspect of the visit will be how Francis relates with these very new and interesting, I mean mysterious exam saints way of being Catholic migrant Catholic from Asia to the Middle East for Jolie says this will give the pope a glimpse into what the Catholic church might look like in years to come. He's not just be exploring the Arabian peninsula, but also exploring global Catholicism most unexpected an unbelievable places for the feature of the judge Francis will also attended interfaith meeting with Akhmed I'll tell ya. The grand imam of Cairo's allies are a key center of learning for Sunni Islam with whom he has good relations. But some Middle East experts are uneasy about a papal visit to a country that's fighting in Yemen in coalition with Saudi Arabia a UN report last August alleged that the. The Saudi Emirati coalition had killed thousands of civilians, tortured, POW's and use child soldiers in what could be war crimes under international law. Francis is scheduled to speak publicly twice during the visit at the interreligious event Monday and at the mass on Tuesday, there are high expectations at the pope will as he has in the past address the human tragedy underway in Yemen. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. Gratiot, he's trying to cut through Grand Central station late again underway way to work in nineteen Forty-six when she stumbles over an abandoned suitcase. She looks inside. She cuts her finger and finds a packet with a dozen photos each of a different woman and becomes intrigued what she discovered about those women and the woman whose name Trig is engraved on the case is told in Pam Jenna offs new novel. The lost girls of parish and Pam general of former US foreign service officer now teaches law Rutgers and who's author of the previous bestseller the orphan's tale joins us from the studios are WHYY in Philadelphia. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. So why didn't you just leave the suitcase? Well, Greece's at an interesting crossroads in her life. She is what I call not quite a war widow. She lost her husband during World War Two but not to combat and she's living in New York. Trying to figure out what's next when she finds the suitcase. So I believe she's intrigued both with the photos for themselves. But also with this journey that is a bit of an escape from her own problems. The stories of these women were inspired by the stories of real people weren't they? They were I was researching from an expert idea, and I discovered the incredible tale of the British women who had served in special operations, executive deployed behind enemy lines to engage in sabotage and subversion. And so this book is very much inspired by the real life heroism of those women. They had discovered maybe we should explain that. For a number of reasons men were more vulnerable to being discovered. Yes. It was the darkest days of the war for Britain when they started sending people over I meant to engage in these activities and the men were easily discovered because on the streets of France in the early nineteen forties. There simply weren't many young men. They had all been conscripted or imprisoned and so British men trying to fit in were tagged quite easily. So someone said there's lots of women. Why don't we send some of those you introduced us to character named Eleanor Trig directly inspired by a real? Life British character named VERA Atkins. Tell us about them both. So in real life. Vera, Atkins, an interesting woman. She was not British. She was of east European descent of from Jewish family, and she had worked her way up through special operations executive and among other things became in charge of the women's unit. The women who were to serve in SOA. So she was in charge of their recruitment and their deployment. And ultimately when many of these women were captured and killed. She felt a great deal of guilt and went to find out what had happened to them. You worked at the Pentagon and State Department clothing stint in Poland, I gather do we see any of that near novels all of my books are very much inspired by those experiences. I was I at the Pentagon, and that is it time that I refer to as seeing the world from the shoulders of giants to paraphrase Isaac Newton. I traveled all over the world with my boss including to the fiftieth anniversary commemorations of World War Two and then moved over to the State Department and. Myself. I was I'm Jewish and I was on the ground in Poland became very close to the survivors. And the US government gave me responsibility for the holocaust issues. And so I- emerged from both of those experiences really changed and moved and I've been writing what I refer to as love songs to that period. Ever since so much of this novel is taken up with the stories of people who are trying to do the right thing when it's the stealthy thing. Well, how do we get hold of that in this time and place one of the themes that really emerged from me in writing this book is the trust that we place in our governments and whether or not such trust is warranted. Which may or may not be a timely theme as well. But in this case in the book, you know, these women just up and left their lives and sometimes children and were dropped into occupied Europe just dropped by plane and head of sort of fend for themselves, and they were very much doing what they believe was the right thing. But they were only one piece of a much larger puzzle and often, you know, it's a question of whether the ends justified. The means I think do you hope that people who might read your novel might feel some debt to the real people. After whom it's modeled absolutely one of the most striking things is that not just the scope of the heroism of these women and the and their exploits. But you know, after the war they really received very little recognition for a long time. And so there's a great joy. Oy in bringing these stories to life, and someone remarked that this is almost an appropriate story for this metoo moment that we're having because it really is a story about women finding their power and their voice. Pam Jen off her new novel. The lost girls have parish. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you.

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"gratiot" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:46 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was laying there, and you looked that. What? The Southern Cross. I say it's on the bottom of this. I just finished. Me to leave. Well, I post we do have some big red, snapper. God dang, you know, I don't know. I start to worry at this time of the year every trip we're catching the limits. A big red, snapper. I mean, it can't be endless get it. Guinea endless supply. It. Well, you know, fishing state waters eventually it. Well, they're going to stay where they are a little bit Lee ask water temperature so low. Fifty seven degrees. Good gosh. You know? That's the reason we're not getting any live, shrimp or anything. So they're gonna stick around wa, but they've got to migrate little bit here eventually, and and go to some little deeper water or or we're gonna I mean, we're catching so many of them you you'd think that it'd get a little tougher. But man, I I don't know. If I was brave enough, which I'm not I don't like that kind of stuff. I'd put my gear on and I dived down looking many thousands and thousands of them thing a bunch. You don't you don't have to call going back any fish? You're not measuring any fit. They're all. You're not fading the sharks. And you're not fading the dolphins. We had a little problem with the Kobe the other day couldn't get away from the Kobe. But that turns out they say, that's a good thing. Quite a few Kobe on one trip. But yeah, you know, and that's that's about I'll be honest with you all my local guys that's about the only trip. I'm getting out. I've done a couple of the five our state walk. Stay here even closer. But those were basically all snap or to Kobe. Without without live shrimp. I can't do what I really wanna do on a five hour state water trip because I like to start at the end of the jetty get a few sheets head out to the close rig. But we just can't get a live shrimp. I mean just cannot get a live shrimp. You're gonna enjoy my saying that they've been looking everywhere, and there's no no live shrimp. Now, you're going to enjoy the show next Saturday. We're going we're going to have Greg stunts. I tried to get him on in January. And he told me says, Ken, no, I wanna do it in February. I will have all the new loss. Good. What's happening? For the I want I need the numbers of where they're going to put these tags on these red, snapper. So I can go catch me one of those. They're going to tag a bunch of red, snapper. I think three to five thousand red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico, and you get two hundred and fifty dollars. If you retrieve one of those. Okay. I need. I need some Latin laud lung. Dropping them. The new fifty. He's he told me he says there's so many apparently. The recreational fishermen has been taken care of now because of the new law that that Trump sandwiches, wonderful, President Trump Gratiot guy, and he can't wait to talk about it, Greg because he says Kansas greatest thing he says, it's it's it's just completely gonna make the re and. And it's gonna help y'all to but. Hope so. Hope they've got I hope that the state finds a better way of. Of collecting data and getting the actual numbers of fish. That are being caught. I know that every time one of my boats. Come in no way is here national oceanographic and atmospheric association is here, and they count our fish. And they they weigh in measure. There's no way to state can do that for all recreational anglers, but they've got to do some really hard survey here at the most popular boat ramps. Even if they just do it on a Saturday. I know I know that all these agencies are short handed everything you can't. You're not going to cover it all, but they gotta find a way to to to make some kind of of upstairs the accurate count. Yup. I'm not smart enough to be the guy that Finn charged. That knows what exactly how to implement that. You gotta find a way to do that. Because we've been we've been living with with totally incorrect. Data for years from the federal government. Right. Right. And we and that's caused us to be what we have what we have now. Very. When they became very restricted it helped it helped a lot. We've got way more red snapper than we used to have zone. Zone. But now we gotta figure out what's the next step. Yep. We you know, what a lot of the the data. They got from the, you know, the gas selling it to the restaurants into the into the grocery stores. That's the data that got and and they they were sitting there. Oh short on fish wish Arnold fish. Then all of a sudden you see what's happening in state waters. You're going out there and your smallest red snappers eight pounds and your largest is what fifteen or sixteen double that. They were getting a bunch of data from Florida. Yeah. And has a totally different kind of fishery. They have a shallow water fishery. So it's completely different from what we've got where are the seafloor here drops off fast? You know, now Florida has a lot more structure, but they don't have as many red, snapper. Yep. Yep. You know? Yeah. They have some yellow tails they have a lot of group. But we've got the snapper fishery in Texas, and they need to use the data that we get here. Yup. I may have get Robin Reicher on again four long. You know, Robin is over the saltwater and giving more and more of it to the states. So that's that's a wonderful thing. That's what's really good. So let's let's get it. Right guys. Get it. Right. So we're gonna have Greg on next Saturday, Greg Stein's, and he is mR Gulf of Mexico. So he'll be on next Saturday. So that's. Eight you need to listen to that. And find out what's going on. We all need to be educated ourselves be educated. So that these people it's just like with all with all of us in almost everybody listened to show is hundred you've you've gotta be educated not emotional when it comes to these things, you gotta be able to tell people the fact. Yup. Been feeling really good. This year is walking around with no shirt on yesterday. You know, I watched the news people getting blown away at north fifty below zero zero. It was sixty three here yesterday man way worst supposed to be in the seventies today and tomorrow here now. Next weekend is supposed to bottoms post drop out next weekend. I think again, I know, but I'll have much sure back on then and the flip flops, right? Am I put no I'm not a flip flop guy? Where where I spend all my time as too many things flopping around. Okay. Around biting, volunteer. Not too much. No, I I got to protect the old feet. Your steel toed flipflops. Still towed flip flip flops. You know, what we could probably make money off? Yes. That would work. Okay, guys, if you want to go fishing and in the Pacific Ocean, I'm here to music real hot.

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"gratiot" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on LadyGang

"You're listening to the lady gang. Our guest today has grown up a lot since her crazy Kristen days, and the internet is live, and well and covering every moment of her fabulous life. I looked on the internet. I found out what she eats when she watches watch. What happens lives usually Taco Bell this time? She was eating some chips all the different levels of shortness of Bob haircut can come into all the different year levels and mostly every moment of the Vander pump drama. She's also appeared on an episode of lady gang television and became an instant Meam for our show while double fisting and playing wasted facts in my living room. Most importantly, she is also like the lady gang a people's choice award loser. She's got her own clothing line and a brand new wine, and she's here to get drunk with us. Please welcome to the lady gang, Kristen duty. Don't out me shit. I know I was going to screw up, and I even wrote a pronounce her you are forgiven because delay can I we tie that meal about. Yeah. Yeah. Twenty nineteen feels pretty good right now. Yeah. Excited so intitial Hollywood starlet style, Kristen has arrived without the wine. She's like I'm bringing line. My publicist is bringing the wine drink it on the way. So we are going to begin and then halfway through willpower. I'm really sorry. I'm going to taste of the norm excited for your wine. Crack it's myself in Kadian stock all the which is of we love it with knocking point lines. So we decided to be very Embiid, and we named it potion number one because that just leaves us a plethora post. Wine is that peanut Gratiot. And that is like Amish to stop. His most lies with. Well. Yes. Being a basic veg. And then I I'm not really sure what I've done to you. But I'll take a penal Gratiot she's little slam back. I gonna start with the penal grease yet. And then on the back of the bottle. We have that quote. Now, are you allowed to be named yourselves the witches of we ho I mean, I've just today. Works named us. The which is we ho I wish I could take credit. They are the which is really hard is. How's it been being in business with your friends though? Well, I mean, it's about to launch fingers crossed God's leading up. It's been fine leading up. It's been fine. Yeah. For the most part. I mean, I think we're all like we're all just so excited. And it's not our only project. We all right. Yeah. So we're kind of like this is a passion project, and hopefully it sells like Kasame ghost, right Hon. That's that's where we're at with it out there. Well, now, we'll do that. I mean, are you guys will veteran business together? And you're good. Yeah. Are but we didn't really start off friends. So we didn't have like the whole friendship, wait and back. You guys also have like Vanna pumps rule. I'm VeriFone throws veterans work in a sense. It's your job. Yeah. So it's like a war together. Yes. And that goes as well as the show is. Yeah. There you go. Push through anything to business questions as the mom of the friend group. A can you sell the wine in the restaurants? Tom, Tom, and sir, all like pump and all these places. So when we start selling it really soon it'll be exclusively through the knocking point wine club. Okay. Until we sell like certain cases in tears that will go through goal again is like getting the restaurant started with potion number one. Yeah. Post number nine four or five tequila got hundreds. Yeah. Man who what did he wear? I say this is Brady, that's so cute. My very first out what the hell wait up the publicist. Yes. It is not her first rodeo. So my nets. We literally had our first meeting about the label and went to the Belmont in West Hollywood this bar that we frequent and we were like we need to make we need to make the label. Like right now, this is and we got drunk and much like when I do my James may designs. It was like let me get on Pinterest. What do you guys like what do you guys like wait a Pinterest board, and we made the label and like an hour and a half into it? I love adulation..

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"gratiot" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Morning on the number one hit music station. Five. Jason Goodman's excited to tell you about something you would love it. You would think it was the best thing in the world better than even having kids. Well, now, I need to know what it's called the wine party. Have you ever been to one? I think so. Okay. So out of the blue my wife, Carol said, hey, this Friday night, our neighbors invited to a wine party. I'm like was that where you just taste wine or during a party? She's like, well, actually what you do is you buy two bottles of wine pay and one bottle. Goes into a corner with all the other people that brought one bottle and the other bottle gets opened, and it's covered, and it all gets laid out on the table. So everybody brings two bottles. Okay of the same. Why? Yes. You have the same. Why? Okay. And what they do is they hand out a rating card, and then you try we had in this case, I believe ten bottles of wine. So there's ten full bottles in the corner somewhere in another room. Nobody saw what they were and ten bottles on a dining room table. That's covered up that you didn't know can we all got a rating card, and we judge one through five how much we liked each wine. The person that got the highest rating or that gets the highest ratings on the wind the end, that's total up. And it's anonymous miss you have no idea who I didn't even you wouldn't even know which one you brought it up wins all the ten bottles. Why? Tells me about this. And the first thing I think of we'd better win this. I don't care what I have not a whole knowledge about what wine could possibly win Jason becomes a some sommelier. I go to our owner, Alan and say Ellen. I'm going to be attending something you've probably go too often. Wine party. Fended here. Katie's like the wind Enron vacation. A little bit offended here that you didn't reach out to me. Even while I was on vacation to be honest. I in my head thought of a plan and immediately I was thinking bringing white because I thought there might be a lot of women that don't like a bold flavor. And maybe read I just thought my head red might lean more to the guys. So I go to Alan which is silly, by the way, but. And I'd say this wind party I said trying to get like a recommendation doesn't come through with the recommendation. He didn't have anything. I didn't really ask him directly hinted at it. Okay. So I said, well, we're gonna do I thought Pino Gratiot because it's not too sweet. But it's not acceptable. It's not like Chardonnay. Okay. Okay. So I'm like, I got this Carol. She sends me the invite forgets to tell me, this is all red wines. Only. Dick's.

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"gratiot" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio changes continuing Columbus, Ohio state parting ways with defensive coordinator Gratiot Ryan day, bringing in to assistance Japan from the Niners, Greg Madison from Michigan ESPN. Dan, Murphy, it's Ryan days really first major move at the head coach and part of it is just shaking things up a little bit making the program zone. Now that he's taking over to the state. It's always interesting to see a new coach is first time coaching, especially a young guy. Make some of these decisions when he might not have the same type of connections in the coaching world that somebody's been around for a long time. So they leaned on a couple of guys that he's worked with. Briefly before Jeff halfway and him work together. San Francisco a couple of years ago in Greg Maddison worked on the same staff as a graduate assistant Ryan day way back in two thousand five when they were both been reminder staff and Florida so those two guys will become in and take over the defense, which is especially important higher days since his expertise has always been on the offset offensive side of the ball buckeyes, replacing Jonah with dual defensive coordinators. Meanwhile, quarterback Dwayne Haskins says he'll head to the NFL draft should go. Hi, he led the nation with fifty touchdown passes finished third in the Heisman voting behind. Oklahoma's Colin Murray, and Alabama's to a by Loa. That'll do it for sportscenter allnight. Tuesday, January eighth birthday today for Bob Eubanks. Former game show host is eighty one. I'm Jay Reynolds. Golic can we next? It's ESPN radio. The responsibility for us now playing well really start with me. This is a thorough. Turnovers. This is the largest deficit that Nick Sabin faced. Sportscenter allnight..

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"gratiot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"gratiot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We we needed to do to execute and be successful in this game. That's all it is. It is the worst loss for Nick Sabin since coming to Alabama. Other college football news Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins declares for the NFL draft. He led the nation with fifty touchdown passes and finished third in the Heisman voting. Gratiot will not be back as buckeyes defensive coordinator but go with co coordinators next season. Meanwhile, USC offensive coordinator cliff Kingsbury will reportedly interview for NFL head coaching jobs the cardinals and the jets expected to be on that list. Speaking of NFL coaches, the Packers are set to hire titans. Offensive coordinator, Matt leflore he's worked under Sean McVay with the Rams offensive coordinator in Kyle Shanahan as quarterbacks coach with the falcons NBA five straight wins for the Spurs. One nineteen one zero seven over the pistons Gregg Popovich now tie with Jerry Sloan for third on the all time wins list, for coaches, the Celtics routed the nets won sixteen ninety five. The pelicans over the grizzlies one fourteen ninety five Anthony Davis, thirty six points and thirteen rebounds. The bucks beat the jazz one fourteen one oh to the rockets have won twelve out of fourteen one twenty five one thirteen over the nuggets. Lakers beat the Mavs one. Oh, seven ninety seven blazers over the Knicks one eleven to one zero one the kings stopping a four game losing streak beating the magic one eleven ninety five hockey. It was national four Toronto. Nothing the blue shut out the flyers three nothing. It was the wild one Canadians nothing. Flames beat the Blackhawks four to three sharks over the kings, three two one. I'm Brad Heller CBS sports radio on Sirius XM check us out on our new channels Sirius XM to six. to after hours with Amy Lawrence prediction, guesses, so often, we have seen story lines. That are nothing like what we expect you. That's the brilliance of sports. I mean, there's so many storylines exports year after year after year that of smackers upside the head, that's my favorite part. They continually surprise me every time you think, you know, you don't know..

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Mastercard Wows the Market With a Record Quarter

The Dana Barrett Show

01:26 min | 4 years ago

Mastercard Wows the Market With a Record Quarter

"And two thousand as dot com rocketed to the moon but they had no valuation underpinnings mastercard is currently expected to continue to grow at a faster pace than apple apples expected growth is twelve percent per year over the next five years mastercards growth is expected to be eighteen point seven percent growth over the next eight that apple mastercard running at a much faster pace right now than apple is pay gratiot one point three five now i'm going to take the earnings estimates of mastercard of seven dollars and six cents which may be who knows maybe they'll go higher they did come in and beat earning so i would think that would raise future expectations will at seven dollars and sixty cents and a stock this traveling at about eighteen miles per hour is what the analysts are expecting over the next five years let's extrapolate those earnings out over that period of time and let supply multiple two mastercards earnings that i think is appropriate for this stock i get at three hundred twenty dollars target price and a half a percent a.

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