17 Burst results for "Gratton"
"gratton" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Legit 15 seconds within the draw that I lost lost my guy again. Minus two, both goes my fault. So half the guys are mad because they're actually having to play and we're ready to hit the break. So they didn't even want to travel the Providence. So I'll let you continue to start. Yeah, so I mean, that was it, but then like, what are some other really good ones? But I think I find the finish the game minus three on which another mistake I made and Josh gratton was so mad because he was on my wing and he was worried about us plus minus because he's like, dude, I'm trying to fucking get a contract for next year in Europe and they take these stats very seriously. And I go downstream because you're a liability at center. I fuck me. I was like, oh, my God. We studied to Mike stutters, was like one of the best coaches I've ever had. He used to walk biz out of the video session once a week because his show up late from stretching his hamstrings. And I remember biz like, you know, probably things that NHL guy just coming off that, you know, you know, league in the NHL or career in the NHL and every open the door, he's like 30 seconds late, maybe. Maybe not even late poked his head in and he's like, he's like, hey, stunts I'm here for video instead of you guys. Yeah, we're all good. And biz like closed the door in his head. That's you wouldn't let him into the video. I was having once a week. I mean, we had the we had referees in the American League that would not allow biz to stand up on the bench. So biz, when we get into tight games or whatever state business wasn't planned, something whatever, like, this would go park himself all the way down at the beginning of the bench and he would operate the door for all the boys. Need a good door guy, asked lannis dog. Yeah. Yeah, so you always operate the door and I remember one of the lines or one of the referees came up until busy. He couldn't stand up anymore. He couldn't talk and he couldn't stand up anymore. On the bench, like, I don't know. The American League is just we had a weird Star Wars night one time. And they got Darth Vader drop in the puck and he's dumb, dumb, dumb, dude. The guy fucking steps on the ice falls, terrors his ACL. We couldn't even talk drop, had to help the guy on. He lost his bucket as bucket goes flying. Biz had his bucket on his stick. Darth Vader waiting for this guy to get up after he torn his ACL. Remember Joey crabb went down on the shootout and shot it right in the bar sex pad when he wasn't looking. Oh, yeah, that was a wild year. We had so many crazy things happen. Oh, that went kind of viral, I think. Yeah, the referee signaled. I play with Trevor. Yeah. And so crabber starts going and he comes down the ice and our goalie didn't hear the whistle and signal him to go. So our goal is looking down at his feet, getting, you know, getting mentally focused to prepare for the referee to blow the whistle and allow this guy to come down and shoot. So Joey crab comes down to stick hand dangling and then puts it right into fucking I forget the our goalie's name. Barta sac. All bar to sac. Yeah, he ended up he ended up making a save. So I'm sure granelli can end up pulling it up, but I have been that video. So yeah, you could send it over, but okay, I appreciate you bringing up those stories other than the fact that I went downstream in that last game at sunrise. I probably just came with it. What a great group of guys out here. John Carlson said he'd come on and he'd do a sandbag over this. Maybe you'd be as partner could be a solid team. Yeah. I don't know. I think he's a lot better than I am, so. That's fine. A lot better than biz. Oh, yeah. I know I've seen biz golf. It'll even it out. I want to go back to your childhood a little bit. Like you said both your parents are from England, I believe your father was a doctor, your mother was a nurse correct? Yeah. Settled in Huntsville, Alabama. You don't typically think of England and Alabama in the same sentence, was there a lot of cultural differences? Was it a tough to adapt? What was that like? I can only imagine they came over at 74, so. Oh geez. I can imagine there was probably a lot of cultural differences that, you know, but yeah, I mean, Huntsville at the time, I think was like a pretty up and coming city and it still is. It's always rated in the top ten places and live with families and everything like that. So yeah, it must have been interesting. My dad came over on a basically a program that a program that placed English doctors in the U.S. and he was a professor and he worked in the hospital and eventually took over his own practice. But there's actually between Huntsville Alabama and Les sewer Minnesota, which is like a tiny farm town in Southwest Minnesota, I believe. So I guess it could have gone either way, but they just happened to pick on school. Being close to the Tennessee, did you become a preds fin when they joined the league? Yeah, yeah, actually I did, yeah. The fan kangaroos I still remember that. I don't know if they still got that going, but yeah, we were definitely definitely predators fans. I was like one of the big things that her childhood every Christmas or dad would take us up to watch a pretz game. Usually like Detroit or Colorado. And yeah, we got to watch all the big time players, which was great. So that's awesome. I was too surprised to hear that Alabama had such a good minor Hockey League system and that's part of the reason to help you accelerate. Is it getting even better from when you played? Yeah. I mean, I believe, so yeah, like I said, I'm back in a while. But, I mean, they have a great, I think they transferred their total package hockey, the TPH program and maybe even change names. But they moved all that up to Nashville. Now, I believe, and then, you know, they form it based off of kids from the whole southeast, so like Florida, I mean, looking like what our parents did for us was insane. I mean, we just, I think it was something like one weekend out of every month we traveled somewhere to play like these triple-A programs. And then the other two out of the other three weekends, we would have to travel to a different city and practice and we only during the week you would practice just with the kids in your hometown. So he might have like 6 or 8 kids that were from Huntsville. And then on the weekend, those 6 kids would go. And they'd stay at the houses of the other kids that lived in Atlanta and Nashville and you would practice there. And then you'd go play games on the weekends and Chicago, Michigan, you know, like everywhere. And then you'd fly, yeah. I mean, it was nuts, yeah. When you said that your dad coached your older brothers when he came over from England, was he a hockey fan or he actually not even know anything about the game. How did he even know what to really coach them? Yeah, I don't know, he's probably he's probably putting some soccer stuff mixed in there a little bit, but I like that. Yeah, yeah, but yeah, I honestly I've never asked that question that someone gonna have to get into with it. But he just coached from the bench just on his shoes. And I think he just got into it, honestly, because they needed someone to coach and then my brothers just wanted to get into hockey. I mean, you can imagine too parents probably just get sometimes get their kids in the mix of stuff just so they can beat other parents. And I think that's kind of how.
Walking the Shadowlands
"gratton" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
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Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"gratton" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
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Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"gratton" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Own port nation to have whirlwind petrified by greg gargoyles. Yeah you heard that right the team. He has slowed cargo and whirlwind fatigue. His too slow. To appoint a plumbing blue by senator guests. He's back again. Angry at his damnation angry that his damnation interrupted by spiderman refusal to accept his sin spiderman game lil who kim nation but spiderman counters by having the shotgun to destroy singers hands as these web swings his way somewhere populated at the other sinister teams respectively regroup. Hindred narrates health hired of peter's repeating. Same will play now. He's hurt in high villains. Find him they all fight. However is every one is motivated by serving kindred as the individual who killed spiderman eternal damnation awaits the rest and so the various villains cannot stop. Kindred privately rages at his tomb for peter to just accept his fate of a warrior's death cake k. Warf this is a fight. He can't win and accepted the now meant of his the nauman of his life narrating that spider man villains recip- reciprocate of -ly shaped each other moreland is about to consume spider-man's lifeforce doing this again as the other villains fight each other however boomerangs however boomerang moreland off him but dies having his life were trained instead sending spiderman into a reenergized rage yet Boomers can stay. Well you'll say the state debt like he anyone to pick up a new. I was gonna say if i war now get anyone can pick up that costume. That those weapons humor mansell. I mean who's oh lord. They know that's what we need to do a library. The spiderman rang raised me. That you've been gratton remembering princeton trail. Pete refused allow his back. Replace fee for nothing. New crew mates see his death in her. Move to help spiderman thin numbers of the other sinister teams in raging kindred concurrently obscene speakers with a bitter from black helmet as the other place to enact his own final plan triggering a frequency making everyone incapacity surprising hindred earlier auto reveal spider. Man that he read every one of his youth has no one slave screaming. Heathcote finicky from senators head changed the frequency from blackheath. Black ants helmet an permit and centipede in created killed entrenched bugs. In everyone's head silence vow science spiders chunks auto spiderman. Thanks him but.
Red, Blue, and Brady
"gratton" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady
"You hear the screens and you take the job home. Because it was difficult. I actually had a heart attack leaving my job when day due to the trauma of someone else so when the trauma became minds it started to affect my health because the trauma was me at that point it was our family. So i'm like a what in the world i going to do. I'm i'm gonna lose my mind. Don't do something about this. So i walked in victims of crime through the cleveland homicide division and i told him i said i think i'm losing my mind and i came through the door crying and i stay there for five hours six hours a day. The lady were close. The place out with me. Because i didn't know what i was gonna do. And then she found out that i had post traumatic stress disorder. I would put my car in dries. I was very paranoid. Anyone came in my car. I would roll up windows. Check my locks. I just just paranoid. I didn't want anybody near me. And then they referred me over to cornerstone of hope. And i was in counseling or fourteen and a half months before i could even function on a job as normal person and my boss hit the company encima lisa. I think you need to go get you some help because i was just. I was bare. But i wasn't there so being the trauma. It hurt much morbid. Let me understand but others was going to. I heard gunshot victims or years listening to families looking at a homicide videos looking at a homicide pitchers looking at the officers during the reports. But when it became me. I had no idea how to handle it at all and i had did it for years it just. It seems we've really got to focus on. The grieving is a process. And just because something is a process doesn't mean it has like a definitive and right At tell people a lot. Now that i'm overall in a serious round week. It lost about twenty four people in six years law sister in this year january sixteenth. Although it wasn't a murder was bad deal. So we're like brennan says surviving and i really liked that desktop. Twist born really gratton dole with that. 'cause it's day by day moment by moment new. I'm ma'am smiling now. But i may be cursing in mad and a second so. It's kinda like a bipolar greece down. I don't know but we we're surviving days daily. Some as i can't get out of the bed. I don't wanna get out of the bed. I an early rise. I don't like people that sleep for la of you call me and i'm in a bid at nine o'clock i'm grieving so true rough rolling and this one speak to also the people that says i know how you feel. They will launch cry. Put that in my book. What are we supposed to laugh. They want us to have a party What you're going to a really your father got his brains blown out. It's that could teach people the best thing for grieving person especially to speak to what we went through violent. Just listen listen pride. That's it. I was actually the part of your book that i found the most helpful surridhe because i think we're just we're just siting brave people right and left but i'm doctor bonar. Who was been on the podcast law us. He always talks about how when we see other people hurting. We wanna fix it right. So it's we want to step in and say the perfect thing in that moment to like make us stop hurting someone else hurting to make the person who's hurting. Stop hurting and we think that if we can't leave the conversation having fixed it that we failed somehow so i just i do recommend will put a we always put links everything reference the description of the podcast episode. But even beyond just the things that are really helpful in your book. There's pictures of your dad. He was he was very cute. So it's nice to see. I wanted people to see him on the in the magnitude that they saw him. I wanted them to see him. I don't know where they burned her. Share the aw but we got milk from like singapore africa. london Literally all over the story where we'll out and us and Really poured until Reason i put those pictures in there. Because i want to draw on a see him the way america met my father was with the barrel of a gun in the space as they didn't know him and that's why i put the pitchers in there and i wanted them to see my sister's Siblings in my brother and his grandchildren so that was imported again. for sharing that. I hope that it helps people to who are listening may be also you know find themselves feeling the that you felt and one thing that wanted to make sure we continue the conversation on gave opportunities if there is anything else kettani tiny. You already talked a little bit. About how one of the things we can do. If there's someone in our life that we care about that we love since going through. Something listened and let them do what they need to do. And i was just wondering you know if if there anymore tips or if there are other things that people can say or do to be support and to be helpful support not necessarily like put your foot in your mouth or say they wouldn't want you to cry or some of those other things if you have any ideas well. Another thing is very important because my marriage crumbled. I'm still married out a great guy. You when you lose someone. You're not the same person that your partner. Whatever they may think you are. But you're not like i was a person bella. My husband twenty eight years. Mary twenty-five this coming year and i was personnel was always around him but once my father was murdered i needed space. So you have to allow people space to grief. You cannot tell them how degree you cannot tell them. How long the grieve thank god. Greece come in waves causing it didn't come in like way than it was constant. You would.
The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"gratton" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"I'll we have through and go there race. The pro-nationalist cool especially on friday the day before they had out there talking into booth and saw says yes definitely. A lot of family and friends air indus. People people train me on so Yeah that was my hometown racin and school the to build a race pro-national. It absolutely looks amazing in the practice in the morning. it just looked so good to ride. I tell him that every time. I see him. I'm just like this place is everything you'd ever want to track. I mean obviously it gets rough and gnarly but in practice in the morning. It looks amazing. Yeah no red blood. Red buds in austin track. Say you know. It's definitely one of the better tracks. We have in michigan. But i I really don't go there too often. Actually they don't have a lot of stuff and they do. They have practices every now and then. But that's one of the farther ones for me. Actually everything generalize within like an hour from where i'm at but that one's a little bit further so i don't actually go there but obviously for you. Yeah i like. That's one of my tracks. I go there all the time. I'm pretty close to to beha- yup. yeah. I'm always doing their practice days and stuff so i would martin martin off to a really good tracking. That's one of the best tracks in michigan. I would say we have tackled martin. That's okay i've never heard of. It must be semi new from my day. So you know to. I worked for nick for multiple x. And we are back there all summer. We wrote at at his place. We wrote it log road. We rode the gratton. Gratton track We rode we went to baja. I landed on a kid on josh. Josh wedges are to fifty. That wasn't good and then with kelly smith i worked for kelly's for a couple of years on the west coast of michigan and we would ride out that way and we wrote some sand dunes..
The Model Health Show
"gratton" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"You know if you want to go the direction of I'm just gonna say everything you sometimes can go the route of being angry like and that's not really who you are you fighting strangers ghosts right so you know. I think it's so important that we express ourselves the most authentic way but also not give other people Parts of ourselves that maybe they don't deserve and also you know i find it so interesting. In my own industry of coaches allow these coaches by their followers. They buy their engagement and they position themselves. A certain type of way but yet they're preaching authenticity and the it's like it sometimes for my own brain right like i struggle with it. At times i struggle with like you know sometimes will why are they getting that. But then i have to go man. You got a great life and you know like in start again to a lot of gratton because otherwise it's like a popularity contest and the more you do this you trail-blazing march to your own. Beat you're not Someone that like you know hobbies other people. I feel like you're even someone who's like. I wanna make sure i don't ever be seen as copying anyone else in. You probably put a lot of thought behind things to make sure of that right. I make my own model. Right for sure was intentional. And also i'm going about this intentionally for other people to be more confident about who they are right. you know. i'm changing the framework of what a scientists looks like. What a healthcare practitioner. It looks like what they sound like. I'm with ya. I of what a life coach can sound as look like vibe like you know like p i get all the time people going well. That doesn't sound very professional and it's the best compliment ever. Because i'm not looking for them to think i'm the best professional ever. Where like you know. I think like mental health and healthcare in general. We all struggle with mental health. We're all trying to do the best we can. And the guy in like just being in a suit in an office. That's the old model you know. And i think really it's about. Everyone has the opportunity to express themselves just like we are trying to do day to day. Anyone can do that day to day.
"gratton" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"gratton" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Their technology as well this warms. The cockles of my heart is a guy with the communications background. I think physical therapists are finally saying. Hey like communicating with our potential patients potential patients. Not just your current patients Is a good return on investment. It is it is time well-spent. So that's that's good to see how about nontraditional services things like a lot of people are talking about nutrition counseling rideshare on top of telehealth. Yeah you know. This is opened up a lot of opportunities for access to care and this is something you know. I'm this is near dear to my heart of trying to change that ninety percent ninety percent of the people out there in potential patients as you call them who could benefit from our pt services but are not getting access to us and so how do we improve access it through some of those things like you mentioned. Obviously technology in telehealth can do that especially in rural areas but access to care meaning. How do we get them. Actually to a clinic had we reached them. How do we get more referrals. So a lot of is not traditional services are now under the umbrella of pt practice. An rowing pretty pretty steady rate. So as you think about population health right in all the different values that pt's can offer. This was a time as we like. Says call it through this period. When you couldn't necessarily only work in your business was really a great time to work on your business. In some of that. Entrepreneurial spirit has blossomed into bringing other sort of providers into practices to give more well rounded approach to the patient services offered. Yeah if you're if you're watching twitter in physical therapy which can be a double edged sword you get. Sometimes you know this is the end of the profession or this is a new beginning. And i think we understand that in the middle is typically where the answer lies usually isn't it As at an extreme end of those things You know what business opportunities look like. They're going to be on the horizon for physical therapy and physical therapists Organizations as we as we go into the future. What are some of the trends that we see going forward. We mentioned a minute ago. Going to a complete close to fifty percent utilization of telehealth and that back sauce backed off little bit. It just shows that necessity is the mother of invention or necessity is the mother of adoption. what are the things that in the future will enhance the ability for. Pt practices to thrive and grow. Well we've mentioned some of the things already. I think it's really Being able to treat patients as a one-stop shop for a lot of things that they think about when it comes to musculoskeletal issues right from either as a lead a coming in for some sort of wellness end cash face service to get introduced. Your practice or offering more specialties. Within the actual truth is for therapy options and then post right at. There is no longer the discharge of the patient. Like how to keep that patient in the community of your clinic. Incorporating all things from can continued wellness I think there's also a huge opportunity from you know as we come out of kobe. Right these long haulers post coveted Patients that are experiencing a lot of symptoms and Issues that we as therapists can it can definitely be a value and add you know tremendous amount of opportunity for them suit to come in to see us so you know. I think there's a lot of opportunity with regard to the different types of patients that we can bring into the practice. Tell how is still. I think is still another huge option as a hybrid component as we mentioned earlier to augment and reach more patients through through that technology. Yeah look at look. At what people did they worked from home. They worked remotely. They got comfortable a large portion of it. And when you give someone the option to have the on-demand care the on demand access difficult to completely let go right. People people said. Hey that thing. I liked that thing. Why are we taking away. That thing that thing go remember that so again will it. Go all the way telehealth. No is that going to completely go away. Also no but the ultimately the audience your current patients and your potential patients. They're going to let you know so take a listen. Make sure you're paying attention to what they're telling you in terms of opportunity Before we let you go we're bringing back before the end of the episode. Anything else surprise. You been doing this for five years with that. Many respondents over five years has to shock you or make you feel you know like you have a good handle on the direction that profession any lasts sentiment. You'd wanna leave about this year's state of rehab. Yeah you know one of the other things. Reluctant was the sort of lack of diversity. We we've known the susan an issue for for quite a long time It's unfortunate that the numbers are not changing very quickly. Mac they're staying somewhat status quo But one piece of good news out of that That we did find that although women still represent about sixty percent of the industry which hasn't really changed much They have significantly increased sea level and executive positions at they're holding at now forty percent of c. level executives That answered this year women so that was really great Plus and and trend upward in good to see that. There's a lot more you know. Ceo's in sea levels that serve That women are now holding those physicians. It's fantastic all right so we're gonna bring it back and just a little bit again. You can check out the complete report state of rehab therapy. Twenty twenty one the fifth time. Where has done this online at web. P. t. dot com. Hardy will bring back in just a minute. We're talking about diversity. Heidi just brought that up. let's bring on our next guest atlanta based business accelerator life coach to varna denise boggs von ah welcome to the program gratton tavon a. You're you're based out of atlanta. Do you have a drink with us. I forgot to ask heidi what she was drinking. But you have something to to just taking good there. We go eight h two. I've got vodka soda because it's a nice. It's a nice warm summer day here in upstate. New york. But i wanna thank our friends at owens recovery science a single source for looking for certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training and the equipment. You need to apply properly and practice again. Find them online at owens. Recovery science dot com. And they're very own. Bef our podcast. The owens recovery science podcast. You can find ivana online at at tavon denise on instagram We bring you on to talk about the topic that was just alluding to want to lead off. What are the real world effects. We go from the the state of the rehab industry with the report that web. Pt is put out for five years. But what are the effects of the lack of diversity in the physical therapy community amongst.
Nobody Told Me!
"gratton" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Now husband joe. They fell in love through letters. She fought it she bought it and it just kind of happened so in many cases it's not necessarily what we think of this. These kind of like desk gratton delusional people who have a fetish for someone who's done bad in there trying to either like reform them or something like that. It's it's very much more organically and a lot of this is through these prison pen pals sites often often it. Is you know there are a number of pen pal. Say that exists. She connects people on the outside with people who are incarcerated and they can go kind of run the gamut from very explicitly four dating in four romance too much more kind of platonic or social justice. Social justice focused on pairings so pen pal. Connections is definitely a big way people meet. It's really interesting that women like pen pals because a lot of them have been abused or they've been hurt and it seems like a pen pal would be a really safe option for them. Is that right. I think that's true Especially as you're pointing out if people have had kind of traumatic relationships in the past. But i think that what is so unique about a pen pal relationship in this day and age is that it is a very intimate form of connection that we don't really experience much in our day to day lives. If we don't go looking for it you know you have your phone where you can see like anything from sex to sweeping right to anything like that. It's like so much kind of over-stimulation but when you really have to take time to sit down and put penzone burr and right to someone and think about your thoughts. Go through that kind of deliberate process. I think for many people that feels very different and very intriguing in a lot of ways right. What are some of the ways that love in the prison system is different from love in the free world. That's a great question so the most obvious difference is that in the vast majority of prisons in the united states. You can never really come into contact with your loved one in prison Beyond what you can do in a prison visiting room which is hold hands kiss on the cheek a hug. At the beginning and end of a visit. I think there is a bit of a misconception about the prevalence of conjugal visits in this country which is actually a misnomer They're really family visits. Meaning that anyone who's immediate family of the person who's incarcerated so parents children and spouses can meet in privacy for about the length of a weekend. Those types of visits only exist in four states and they don't exist in every facility in those states to their exceedingly rare spell. The biggest difference is really this separation physical proximity. Is it true that those couples who get to spend that time together have a better outcome in stay together once they're out of prison. Oh it's it yeah. It's a great question so all of the research that has been done on family visits or conjugal visits all points to better outcomes. You know not only the person who's returning home to the community but for families and communities themselves because what these visits afford is a little taste of normalcy you know on these visits family members or couples tend to do really simple things that we take for granted out in the free world lake. Cook a meal together or you know. Watch a movie go for a walk and they get to do that in semi privacy either incarcerated person still has to go out and report for count every few hours But getting a little taste of that domesticity of that. Normalcy has a very very significant benefits for both the couple and the community. Our nobody told me conversation continues in just a minute after we tell you about a free website to help you cope with over four hundred different chronic conditions stuff..
KFI AM 640
"gratton" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A dad or something, you know, Or I think last time two years ago when Peter Alonso won the first time, Spoiler alert, Uh It was his second cousin, like they grew up together and dreamed about being in the home run. Derby. Yes, I love those stories so good. Um, Okay, well, Michael Wolff has his third book coming out about former President Trump, and he went on CNN today with John Berman to talk about it. It's called landslide the final days of the Trump presidency. Yeah. Describes post election Donald Trump being sort of on an island when it came to allegations of the irregularities that would have given him the election. Nothing about what he says. Is, Um um, subscribed to by anybody around him is believed by anybody who knows anything is trusted by anyone who has He literally spent time with him. His closest advisor. He went to Mar a Lago to speak with Trump for the book and asked Trump to explain how the election was stolen. And he claims Trump was entirely unable to do that. It looks like It was just Trump and his little drunk control friend. Within days of November 3rd. He is absolutely alone. And he is fighting this effort to overturn the election. This words where it really gets against crazy, one of which would be one of the biggest legal efforts in the history of of American jurisprudence. It's just him and Rudy Giuliani, who is most of the time Frankly drunk. Uh, there was there was an interesting thing that also happened Sort of in the sidelight of all of this. Rudy Giuliani, of course, being Donald Trump's personal attorney for a long time. In this context, there was a discussion going on where lawyers who were fighting election results in the state of Michigan, including Linwood, one of those very high profile attorneys that signed onto a lot of the election challenges. The judge was admonishing. The lawyers who had signed onto those lawsuits. And Lin Wood, for example, said I had nothing to do with this. They used my name and I didn't know it. Lin Wood is one of those people who was adamant that this thing was stolen and that there was corruption from top to bottom in the election. I'm not big on reading presidential or books about presidents or their time in office, unless, like a major conflict happens, or you know something something goes down. They have pigs, Bay of pigs, 9 11 these kinds of things. Um, but these books I'll probably get into just because they seem so entertaining like That the president told a number of his advisors that whoever leaked information about his time in the White House should be executed for treason and like not making a joke out of it, but thinking that that would be a reality. He was specific when he was talking about that he was saying that because he and his wife and son were taken to the White House bunker In May of last year when all of the protests were popping off and people were, I guess you could say surrounding the White House, although there was no threat that they were going to overrun the White House, but that was a concern. That, he said specifically that that was one of those things, he said Trump boiled over about the bunker story as soon as they arrived, shouted at them to smoke out. Whoever had leaked it. It was the most upset some aides had ever seen The president, that's I mean Unbelievable. Now there was another book that's coming out called I alone can fix this. This is from the Washington Post's Philip Rucker and Carol Lu. And previews of this one have Included tons of details. A lot of those same soap opera e style, you know, overly dramatic. Dim lighting, yelling sessions. I suppose one of them is where that Rudy Giuliani supposedly caused a commotion by suggest suggesting that Trump just come out and declare that he won a bunch of swing states that advisers in the White House that night were saying, Well, it's too early for us to call Michigan or Arizona or North Carolina and that Rudy Giuliani said. Go out there, make a speech and just claim that you want it. We could walk it back later or something along the lines of You got you got, you gotta go out there. And so what? Oh, on it the secret to getting along with Donald Trump, and we all know somebody like this are multiple. Somebody's like this. It's a very simple secret. Say what he wants you to say. If you do that, he embraces you. Trump apparently would go around saying Rudy is drunk. Rudy Falls asleep. Rudy Rudy should be put out to pasture. Uh, I don't know, but it doesn't make any difference, because if Rudy was the only person and in many cases he was the only person saying what the president wanted to hear. He's running the show. Um, so that was the second book The I alone can fix this. Remember, Michael Wolff wrote the first book. Here's What Michael Wolff said about that Philip Rucker and Carol Learning book They both worked for The Washington Post. Justin Reimer, who The Washington Post today talks about an email where he calls Trump's effort. A joke. You have this reporter in your book. Let me just say that the Washington Post and in this there they were that lifted holy from my book news thieves Over there. Let me just let me just Oh, he called them news thieves. Like to see a fight between Michael Wolff and Philip Rucker. Would you? Probably not. It's probably not one of those new boxing things you were saying, this is, you know, we didn't. We didn't spend any time yesterday, talking about the president's speech at CPAC or anything or talking about the straw poll that showed a lot of people suggest that he would be the nominee, at least for those people who bought tickets to CPAC. I was hungry for a little spice this morning, I thought we could dive into the latest Trump news PS. Part of it is that he does not like his eldest son's girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle. That's right. Former Former first lady Mrs Newsome State of or for the city of San Francisco. Yes, first partner, perhaps according to insider The reason that Heath finds Kimberly Guilfoyle annoying and completely disproves of the relationship is because she recently supported former Missouri governor Eric Gratton's Who's currently campaigning for a Senate bid in 2020 to see the president. The former president wants to be the king maker in the midterms, right? And so, uh, If she's trying to Soak up any of that attention and that oxygen in that chamber he's going to be pissed off about it, and President Trump is the leader.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
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"I am so happy to sign my first image a contract and can't wait to play in front of the fence in Buffalo. Hope to see you soon. All right. Welcome to Buffalo. JJ Piturca look forward to watching him Play training camp. It's got a big neck. Yeah, he does. He's got big traps and big neck. Go on Sabres Twitter. If you haven't seen the video, and you're listening on wdr 5 50 right now he's a big man. Give us your big neck, Marty. That's Barry Trotz right here. How do I know I look at the suit? How does it get there He is. I love very Trans, by the way, Use my assistant coach of the World Championship. Love him always had a great time talking to him, But he literally has no knack. It's like he is like like that's the way it is. I'll tell you what you be if you had a neck 5 10 5 10 5 11. This is the longest neck you've seen. The beginning of 5 10, Chris Gratton, Chris Gratton, the longest neck out August Neck 595 10 on Monday at 11 o'clock, Ryan Lemberg. There's a name you'll be saying Dan in years to come. Place for the Florida Panthers. He's an exciting player took advantage of his opportunity, and he ran with it. Certainly certainly a playoff type guy. I mean, Do that for 82. You'd be really impressive Ribs loves them. Ribs loves them. That was my, uh, legend forward. L Marty. I thought it was Mario Lemieux. Tom, I think said, Mara, let me I was like, I'm not George George. Blast. He goes. Mario Lemieux and I said, George is the only one that really knows me. So what are you doing? Ripping through the alphabet of player legend players without one with every letter or just pick Marty was he had LaFleur going? He had Marty had them all going. I had them all ago. Yeah, but have you done Have you done a legend player from like every letter and a B? C, Okay. He just said I have. I just caught a whale for Monday. He's a legend and is a.
"gratton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Lady Douchebag of the day. Who's Your Bush? Dag? mostly because of the way like this is worded CVS. She, um, this is the the Sun. Money talks. Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham says she's been filming cameos for 71 25 for fans who have had rough times $71.25 sort of thing. That's how much she's charging for her cameos. That supposed to be like Generous. That's what I love about. It is this is like she's doing this to cheer people up in these rough times. If you want a cameo from fairy Abraham, you too. Can spend $71.25. Have her cheer you up. Thank you. Yeah. Feeling good is everything guys I hope you feel good? I know. I've been doing a lot of cameos of everyone going through some rough times. Believe me, check the pattern app. What? I hope to God, we're not going back and Mercury Retro Gratton retrograde. That was some scariness. Anyway, the pattern is that app that Channing Tatum does. She's about the pattern that astrology ish kind of data ground. Okay, That's why Okay, so she's making money off of that, and so would love to credit. Acknowledge or congratulate her for getting a tabloid to post an ad as a headline. Because literally it's like here's what I'm selling, and here's the price like they literally. Included the price as the headline like as If It's Just Straight up Advertising. So I want Lucy Murgatroyd worked. Yes, and here's having absolutely Murgatroyd. S O just I just want to give you some other hot prices. If you're if you if you're short on cash, maybe you don't have the $71.25 to spend on Fera. But you want somebody Farah adjacent, You can get her mom, Debra for $39.3. Or if you'd like her dad to send you a nice message for $31.22. You could have her dad, Michael. And if you want of Sofia video, her daughter $36.42.
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"gratton" Discussed on Talking Automotive
"Be vulnerable catcher. I think that the challenge really refreshing system infants in the room. And that is all the guys on the down to just about sarah. Nothing to challenge rail. Because if you look at you taste the distribution egypt's They get away with class. Is mark nudity on gushing with. It's not allow business out. Janaki dealer and in certain sites but for the rest of the it's three bombings that can occur by seven peaks and and despite stocks incas other manufacturers on new inches into the marketing be senior chinese brazil onslaught coming town to have the full soccer spiced sooner tops off business models to existing infrastructure in business model at risk. You're going to have this very Business breaking water as you call out of these which makes it inside the entrance and it's gonna be interesting believed to see how they're which'll away of divas that have just. Is that against new panel. One final question for me at goes to the every the dealers are they happy with the agency model today. Yes in the beginning athletes. In the beginning it was any new prices the degree of the gospels. Slide to doctors you systems. That complained a lot about the context. Had terrible the economy off either rifles resolvable. Diane saw jarring duties think they still get the ultimate much on this and that is going to be in business the next few years. And thank you for sharing the insights with the south african market. Because why ahead of us from an agency perspective and it's really coming like a freight train into this market but one thing that really stood out for me is it's a change management exercise for dealer staff but also a education for customers because That a close to the industry until yeah agencies coming agencies coming in with the he icai the so this has an impact the deal is but really to the customers wanted getting conflicting views and comments around customers block to handle but then we hear that they do to haggle and this is. It's an experience that they've they enjoy once every seven years when they find you a cab but the benefits for the am is very much back control controlling the sales process controlling the messaging controlling the websites and controlling your edwards and will the beating that you're doing to mac and that makes a lot of sense because having spent time in our williams it would be very very frustrating because you deal with directly competing against you for the same woods that you'll trying to to buy they drop in the price of the same woods that you're trying to help them and dribble loves it because they just get more bidding and guys so but it was also surprising to say there was no compensation for the deal. Is that lost the franchises and move to agency. But the kaitai caddies if you get it to make sure systems rush and if it took complicated complexities the enemy. It comes up john and many of the podcast that we complexities the enemy. Bay customer centric methods asia by. Educate them as to why. This is a good price because ultimately this is actually under be better for them from a residual perspective because the cost of on-shore costs actually owning the car is depreciation and if the reason that heavy discounting on sit in the front end then there's going to be a good consistent residuals of the beckoned. Suppressing that in south africa that the residual trading price is actually controlled by the outings as well so that is even a big raise in this. I will you not much this cows going to cost you over the three four five seven. I-it's you gotta have this is vehicle because they're It's gonna help you in the long run. Complexities enemy often could actually is an interesting experiment. That oversee seems to be working and right now the deal. I happy after initial state of dissatisfaction with the rollout but there still is a bit of uncertainty that remains as to. What's the next phase. Because in your research you've law that there is a step beyond agency and beyond omni which is the system and the connected car buying certain elements of the car panga subscription for set trial And daniels your presentation justice. But thank you. Thank you hit the novel the hit much. If it's done anything. I think the opposite. It's like you see digitization and the great systems and keep on wall in to ensuring the rot much and that is river customer dating back your conscious dot com the agency model and then i'm done continuing evolving process and you have to keep moving with it because you've got these new competitors coming such as tastes. That could be brands. If you don't keep up. And he modifying the muddle. You'll get behind the existing current ratings realize that battery something that i do something radical out. They're going to be a thanks. Very much has been great talking to you and has been gratton sought and benny bribing the thanks very much for listening. If you enjoyed what you head face follow us on lincoln all subscribe to a channel on youtube if you need to have any more information as reach out to either myself. Johnson klay Mark palestinian thanks very much. We'll speak to.
KFI AM 640
"gratton" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bill Handel mornings from 6 to 10. You could go with me next time just to feel good. Okay, Okay. If I Camp. I am six forties Conway show. This is where we test Debra, Mark and Gina. Grab bridges grabs with us on their lack of knowledge. When it comes to football. It's embarrassing and all the guys feel better about it. And Gina Grads father is a sportscaster. I guess that's what you call my sports reporter. Yeah, he he used to be the colored guy and the play by play guy for a million years. He's been in sports broadcasting four. About five decades, right and used to work for K and X and his tag line was Steve Brad can ex parts and Here we go. You ready? Yeah. Okay. Um, playing on the offensive line who snaps the ball to start the play, Deborah Except what's a position called Can you repeat the question? Please playing on the offensive line who snaps the ball to start the play. What's that position called? The guy's snaps the ball. It's not the quarterback. That's right. Okay. All right, you know Gratton, Long snapper. No, but that's a more interesting name. Hey, Long snapper. Get in here. Isn't that a thing? Yes, but that's that's when you're gonna field goal or or a punch coming up. It's called the Center the Center center. Okay, ready? Play? Not really. What's the score? It's not good. All right. How many players take the field on defense? How many defensive players are there on the field? Gina Graham. Just, um 66. Okay. Debra. Mark? Uh, 88, Okay. I 11 because the answer Okay now how money on offense? 11 11. That's correct. I got one, right? All right. What two receivers run on the football. I'll give you four guesses. They run lanes. Point angles or routes. Jenna grab routes. That's right. What? Do what? Alright, Here we go. Um Our Deborah, You're first up here, right? Great. What is it called when a quarterback gets tackled before throwing the football? Was a call to tackle I It is a tackle. But what is that specific tactical called? You to graduate, right? Gina Grant. And upsy Daisy. No, it's called a sack. A sad Yeah, Like when you get to watch the game is the volume on I don't watch the game. Full disclosure. I don't watch football. Really? Yes. Okay. All right, but your husband's a huge fan. Huge. Okay? Yeah, I got one of those in the house, too. All right. I hear you. Okay, but you don't get this then which positions primarily responsible for covering receivers. You're not gonna get that We moved woman. Let's give it a try. OK, I'll give you four guesses, linebackers, cornerbacks, defensive ends or defensive tackles. I'm.
"gratton" Discussed on WJR 760
"Welcome back into the show everybody. It's Frank Beckmann Schauble always trying to keep you the best informed audience in all of radio, and we do that, in such a wide variety of ways we're happy to say, and we're so happy that you are with us. We're we're always trying to keep you up to there. What's going on at Lansing? You know, we'll do that tonight. Seven o'clock when the governor makes her state of the state address to all of us, and then we'll be covering that in great detail as usual tomorrow, although we will be socially distance by about an hour and a half. From from Lansing and s O. We will. We'll do it virtually and have that usual show the Legislature will be there because the governor will be in the chambers to make her address tonight. And among those who will who will be there will be the man on the other end of our line. He's from Michigan's 86th district and he's chair of the House Appropriations Committee. But I want you to consider that Thomas Albert comes from a township just outside of Grand Rapids, just northeast of Grand Rapids. With a population of just over 3600 people. But you know what? It just shows you that no matter how big the area is where you live? You can still make contributions to public life, and Thomas Albert does that from. I believe it's pronounced Gratton Township. It's G R A T T A. M. I've never had the pleasure of visiting there. But state representative Thomas Albert represents that township of 3600 people, and he's on the other end of our line. How are you this morning? Thank you so much, Frank. I appreciate the opportunity to be here and just a quick note. I grew up in granting township. I love it. It's my home that I live in the townships south of it. A Virgin's knowledge. I love that township just as much virgins OK on and it is granted. It's not great on right. I just wanted to be sure. Brat named after Henry Gratton, Great Pirates politician. Wow, How about that? It Z fascinating to look at all that history and the other township you represent. What's that name for? You know what? I gotta go do some research, Frank. And that's all right. That's fair enough. Sorry I caught you off guard. I've got to believe that you've got more in depth plans. Oh, for how you'd like Tonto deal with the covert and your conversations with Governor Gretchen Whitmer about this. Are you expecting any major announcements on the on the covert fight from her tonight in the state of the States represented Albert Well, I announced this morning. A very exciting and very big plan. There's kind of three different areas in the first. Helping our small businesses that are in the greatest amount of need. Right now. It has a laser focus over $500 million. It's property tax relief is helping with unemployment insurance. Helping paper. These restaurants have had to pay fees and they haven't even been open. It's helping them try to stay afloat, helping them try to keep their employees on staff so their employees could support their families. Keep a roof over their head. Keep food on the table, so The second thing that this plan does it's $2.1 billion for kids for schools. We have now a huge problem. We have kids that air more than a great level, maybe even more than two grade levels behind. Way have kids in my area in West Michigan that have not been in person in 11 months now since last March, so it has funding for summer school's for after school programming programs. Different wraparound services to get kids caught back up. Incentivized getting kids in the classroom. We have to get her kids caught up on then. Lastly, we have a appropriation for The federal code relief dollars. But you know what? We're not just gonna. We're done with the practice of just handing a bunch of money over to the governor as a blank check and hoping that she she performs There's gonna be this is gonna be a performance based. We're going to provide a quarter of it. There's gonna be a lot of requirements for oversight and transparency, especially in regard to the vaccine rollout. S so you know, she starts performing will keep keep that money going. Where do you want to see that money? Go. So I guess one would like to know what's going on. Especially the vaccine. Rule out way jumped from one face to the next. And health providers. The health Department had no idea it was coming. They weren't ready. People over 65 or confused people don't know when they're getting shipments. How many they're gonna get. Now this This is particularly important because you get that booster shot three weeks later. It's important. You don't get it two weeks later or four weeks later, it's important. Get it three weeks later. So this this real confusion with logistics? I did logistics in the United States Marine Corps and a lot about it, and it's just what we have is just a total lack of transparency. Nobody knows what's going on. So we're going to start putting a framework around. How we're gonna be this rollout. Yeah, And now you've got a new health and human services secretary up there working for the governor or director and that Z learning experience too, isn't it? Yeah. I mean, I would I would have to say so. I don't know if anybody could do worse than, uh, Director Gordon did I could be wrong about that, You know, let's folk for the best. I believe I heard this morning that he was actually like, go. I don't know the details behind it. I don't know if we ever will know all the details, but It's a least encouraging that there's a least A different direction. Perhaps that's going to come from that department. I'm you know, I'm glad you brought that up because we we were not given any indication of whether he left on his own or whether he was fired. But you say the The scuttlebutt up there and Lansing. Is that the governor? Let him go. Could be. You know, there's always a shroud of mystery of what decisions. Governor Whitman is going to make your Howard decisions were made. So I'm gonna go ahead and guess we'll probably never know. Representive Albert. Are you satisfied now with the has there been a a sort of an improvement in.