15 Burst results for "Greg Com"
"greg com" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Some credit here they are short handed on offense and they're still getting it done yet micheal Thomas and yet drew brees really spread the ball around really well managed sanders. Yeah. Yeah. deonte Harrison his first career touchdown catch today I went to a number of different other different receivers album, Chimera doing it again. Of course, over one hundred, all purpose yards for the seventh straight game, which is the longest active streak in the NFL. I mean you know this is the offense even without the guys that we knew know the names aren't there but this was still the offense that we expected from the saints in the only one by three points but it was it was enough of a back and forth affair were wait when he stepped away from it after that was a quality win I, mean the panthers they're not a team that we expected much from but they're pretty competitive. It was competitive game today. So it's still a good win for the saints. Well, it's also game you look at the yardage in the Games close, but the yardage isn't the scenes moved the ball a lot better. And that goes to I think that panthers over achieving. But the saints are pretty deep even though they're injured and we get to Michael Thomas because I do I do WanNa talk about Michael Thomas but they're pretty injured at in various sparked but their lines are are getting healthy. They're deep along those lines and Marcus Davenport who's back and healthy had a huge. Backup that Joey sly field goal net to me like a man the has a huge moment in that game. Yeah. There was only two sacks, the entire game, and that was the biggest defensive play I think of the entire game. The other one was Brian Burns a forcing a fumble near the end of the first half which led to a touchdown and the panthers made took a seventeen fourteen lead in the in the second quarter in look like, oh, they might pull this off and it was close throughout the game but you're right the saints outgained them and it was really them. It was really the panthers funny way to to remain in the game late. You know that that sack of put him in a position where you already those you're like, are they really GonNa do it is really going to happen but I will say I'll give joy sly this. If, Teddy, bridgewater doesn't take that sacks tie game rain. His goal from sixty five miss by about two feet and then we this is a guy that was on the corona list a few. Days ago. Yeah. That started the week. Greg I think you. Deserve credit for standing by Teddy Bridgewater during this off season ramp up to the season he. They moved the ball and they could put up big plays, Robbie Anderson, and Dj more. Are Now, the only team may do own the NFL with five hundred plus receiving yards through a week seven. Entering a Sunday night football they this is not a dinky duck, the average area arts attempt. Myth around Teddy Bridgewater has been proven false. So in listen there now three and two in five games without Christian McCaffrey believed they're playing Thursday night and they're expected. To potentially get McCaffrey back, he has not played since week too. So I mean you're signing up, you're signing up for three and four probably if you're matt rule even though you're disappointed tonight. Got Sandwiches on teddy having more yards than Josh Allen which. I would've I would've thought with, Teddy's the top seven or eight passing yards. You'd be in good shape, but he's years trail and but he he's in that mix I. do think we should mention how weird this Michael Thomas thing is. I don't know what's going on here. Dude. He was supposed to be back like three or four weeks ago. Dude gets in a fight and get suspended before the bye week. Everyone thought he was going to play the week before. Then, there's like rumblings returns to practice that he might get traded then there Sean Payton going after someone on twitter saying that's a bunch of nonsense and I I have found over the years when there's weird things coming out of new. ORLEANS, it's for a reason and usually when Sean Payton is going out of his way to deny things. Usually. It's The saints that are putting out that story in the first place like something something in the wide receivers her so tough sometimes because they're so volatile at times personality wise and it seems to me with the smoke that's coming out of there is that this guy is causing issues by. and. Find the latest Hamster Hamstring tweak. Then now I I don't know he could be banged up but I might florio reported. On NBC tonight what you were just saying Greg that they kind of potentially refloating Thomas before the trade deadline and now this injury Kinda has thrown cold water on that and I mean this guy set the all time catch record last year this guy in the most productive wide receiver since Antonio Brown. Oh Yeah Antonio Brown another all world talent that's personality off the field issues torpedoed his career until recently now I mean it's it is very interesting to see how this plays out and it is weird that the the injury stuff wrapped around the the punch. They're also still sneaky two months away from probably drew brees walking away and becoming the Notre Dame announcer and looking themselves at least on offense and a pretty deep rebuild. I mean he was healthy enough to be practicing to get into a fight with the I don't know you know what I mean. That was three weeks ago. So young mark does that does that speak to you Michael Thomas couldn't handle the struggles over rebuild or is it the fact that? Guy At that age that good of a receiver you want that'd be one of your key pieces I want. To I'd be surprised that they trade him. But when you throw in the fact that he's punching teammates and that's part of the story that we know there might be the experience with Michael Thomas becoming a little bit too much for everyone if there was ever a player that were to unfold unfo- his team on twitter and instagram after an Owen to start with a new quarterback that struggling in twenty, twenty one, it is Michael Thomas maybe they're trying to get ahead of this the yellow. Yeah. That's good call. All right. Let's move up. There was a There is a false alarm un-filed owing on twitter and instagram. Today of Smith and the Vikings when everyone to know that it was out there that Harrison Smith at un-filed the vikings on his social, but it then was later learned be. That he in fact, had never followed the Vikings in the first place. So everyone stand ours and Smith is not on his way out of Minnesota. Now we've. GotTa. Get that out there Greg Com stroz.
"greg com" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"A retailer near you. Now back to Heather dubrow world. But like with my birthday last year. I don't even remember how many people had twenty two like that. Thank think. Yeah like that. No more. It was a long table, who's a long table maybe it was more. At all it was thirty. Anyway, the point being is that we did this whole table, but it was still in the middle it was outside before pandemic but. It was still there were other people eating at the restaurant and at first when I was planning it i. was like do I need to like bring in fake hedges and closed this whole thing off and then I was like You know I love ahead. But then I realized that was taking it to a level. It didn't need to go I and and then honestly when you're sitting there, it's just you know what's in front of you is so pretty and all your friends are there and all that. So that's where I drew the line personally but. You know you love fabulous things in sparkly things in pink things I say make it to find. Yeah would you decide brought music? So I texted your guitars and one other I have not heard back yet. No. Do you think that in a space like that in general having email? Sometimes a good Taurus if it's a small group can almost seem like. Almost like not awkward almost like they're on top of you not no, that's not the right way to do. But you know what I mean small group sometimes I feel I WANNA clap in. I get those kinds of guitars are really used to playing that Kinda Gig like do you remember the Guy I hired for your baby shower? Yes he was great. But he didn't feel like it didn't feel intrusive or anything like that. It just felt like and he was just so happy to play and look at the water and everything I. Don't know I just think it depends on what kind of vibrant music really obviously changes party so much that I think it just depends if you want that kind of like I, I mean I like it because it's beechy and more mellow and everything but if you wanted to feel I don't know. Is it to mellow for you. Would you rather have popular music playing I mean that's the question. What what do you think I I love popular music we could do both you could have him play for two hours and then turn on the popular music you could do both. Ends true. It really just makes it romantic. No matter what kind of music it just steps it up. Yeah I I always love live music but like Jerry would always prefer when we got married, we had a band. Straw. I like if I was getting married today I would have both I would have live music and I would have dj for like late night. But Yeah I just know that's my background. Just love live music, right? Yeah can I help in any way by the way? I think it's all covered. I mean I really kind of came off of this like being fully unplugged and then I was like, oh, shoot I should pull some pulse more things together but no I think it'll be sweet and I think it'll be I did I did. Some. Jedi wanted to do the cake and so she was so sweet. She sent me a bunch of pictures. You have great taste pick the cake by the way I seem that controlling to where I need to have someone texts me pictures in the cake I don't know I'm a little offended I would've rather have done the kick. Allowed to do this whole thing? This whole thing has been just as. Casually fabulous on purpose and so she was actually pictures I'm like I'm not that controlling you have great days pick whatever. So then I just did some other little treats and candies, and then I'm doing like my favorite grain free dairy free stuff for you like the stuff that will actually like have ten of you know. All of like a bite or like a small regular donut. Over it on my favorite like. Great greeting there's a balance of everything and then you said the food is good. yeah I think the food is good I i. haven't been there. I'm telling you. I think it was two years ago I rented a Cabana where my cousin Tim was in town with his kids because it walks right down to the sand which is Kinda. Cool. You get a nice sunset picture. Yeah. Eating should have greg stop by or do you think that's overkill I think. To me, it's exactly what you were talking about before I. Think it was so brilliant how you did this photo shoot on your birthday. If it tell you like that's GonNa Resident Long Time. I think it's whatever you want. You know sometimes I'll by the way he's still picture from cats birth to combat. But like I personally like not having to worry about a d to the lighting and lighting by the beach can be so weird I like to take on do all the poses. Constructs you and then it's done and then phones away and you're just drinking eating and enjoy a hundred percent and that's will you know my whole thing with parties is usually I have Greg Com- if it's a dinner party or lunch or something at the beginning whenever fresh..
"greg com" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Welcome to pod save. America. I'm John Fabric I'm Dan pfeiffer on today's pod Dan talks to Pennsylvania Lieutenant. Governor John Fetterman. Vote the race in what could be the tipping point battleground state. Before that, we'll talk about the dueling trump Biden town halls, how the pandemic continues to affect the campaigns in will answer a few questions. Few, quick housekeeping notes before we start check out this week's episode of Pudsey of the world where Tommy Ben talk about the trump administration's troop withdrawal timelines in Afghanistan why K pop stars bts are taking criticism from China. and North Korea's gigantic new missile Greg Com of topics they're. Happy One Hundred Fiftieth episode to our friends at keep it IRA. Thank you for finally inviting me on the three hundredth episode I look forward to that I'm glad that are Glad we're not fighting anymore I love you all and I look forward to coming on keep it in in another hundred and fifty episodes said thank you Are Gerrymandering Fund has been so successful that we've added some new state. So please donate to help flip state legislatures across the country good Voltaire America Dot Com Slash Fuck Jerry Super. Important. And before we get to the news, we have just for you an exclusive new internal poll from the Doug Jones for Senate campaign that has Jones with a one point lead over Republican Tommy Tucker Ville Forty, eight to forty seven the October eleventh through fourteenth poll of Eight hundred and one Alabama voters has Jones up sixteen points with independence in sixty five to twenty three among voters who have already cast their ballot. Dan Conduct Jones pull off. Another miracle in Alabama, while he's certainly can't according to this poll I, mean look. Doug Jones is exactly the right person we want United States Senate. He is in politics for all the right reasons fairbank the pollsters did this poll are very legitimate I've worked with him in the past Joe Trippy, who is a senior adviser Doug Jones who you may recall from me recent episode of campaign experts react is know a longtime legendary democratic insulted. If they say he is a shot, it seemed like he has a shot, but he's only going to be able to to take advantage of the opportunity has if he has enough money to do it, which is why we encourage everyone who is looking to help Senator Jones to contribute to his campaign a final push air and I think Doug Jones could actually pull off what would be the upset of the entire cycle he can do this. Look. Polls obviously can be wrong they can be off but for those of you who are thinking Oh, it's an internal poll. So maybe it's not right at least on the democratic side you and I have worked on a lot of campaigns. It does not behoove Democratic candidates to come up with fake internal pulse. Because they are making decisions based on those polls they're trying to figure out where the electorate is. So you know if that's where they think the races, that's where they think the races, it may be wrong but that is You know it's it it could be race and Doug Jones our help Doug Jones dot com to donate Again, we want as many paths to fifty one senate seats. As possible. We have not locked up the Senate yet by any means. So anywhere in the country where there's a Senate race that a few dollars might help a Democrat, I would encourage everyone to donate. Yeah. I think that's right I. I say one more thing about this is Doug. Jones is political profile is consistent with being a Democrat who can win Alabama in the right year two, thousand seventeen was right you're this might be the right you're. Again he is running against timing tub who is a former football coach literally no idea what he's talking about healthcare in this race. Like in every race around the country is an absolute top issue doug as a huge advantage on that and general's basically a less talented trump and so there's an opportunity here and if Doug Jones, the resources might be able to pull it off and if we win this race, it makes the paths to taking control the Senate so much easier. Yeah for sure it's it's yeah. Okay. Let's get to the news. Thursday was supposed to be the night of the second presidential debate until Donald Trump declined to participate after the commission made it virtual because he contracted cove it instead both candidates held separate town halls. Biden's was moderated by ABC's George. Stephanopoulos and trump's was moderated by NBC Savannah Guthrie I I want to talk about the controversy over trump's. townhall a lot of liberals and journalists including quite a few journals and staffers at NBC, or upset with the network for awarding are super spreader. President with an event that aired at the same time as Biden's townhall especially since trump was the one who pulled out of the second debate and hasn't exactly been forthcoming about his health Dan. What did you make of that controversy? Do. You know how? Sometimes in the course of a day spent mostly on twitter you just decide there are certain things you don't have the energy and understand. This is one of them. Can you help me understand like what is the? What's the argument against it. I'm not saying it's wrong I, just fully behind for me because I I was I i. didn't understand it at all either, but I will give it a whirl. Okay. So like Trump throws a temper tantrum. He pulls out of a debate. He hasn't been forthcoming about his health. So you don't know if he's infectious and so NBC decides to step in and say, okay well, we'll give you a form anyway to talk to people and we'll do it opposite Joe Biden I. Still I'm telling, Ya I mean I wanNA look at things at this point with you know just over two weeks left until the election from a purely political standpoint what is going to help Joe Biden win? Let's literally fucking care about right now. Okay and Having trump speak to voters on national television for sixty minutes. Is probably going to help Joe Biden win. That was all that was going through my mind like I like more trump as we have been saying for years now. Is never like a good thing when it comes to. Undecided voters swing voters voters on the margins not talking about his base like if trump wins this election, it's because his base was fired up and you got even more trump voters out there registered and that's how it happened..
"greg com" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"So it was comedic enough you know what I mean. She it was. It was still KAMEDA. It didn't. Are From Lake who she was. It's still felt lake like again like Valerie being mallory leaving the phone message it was like I was like, oh my God like yeah. Yeah. You couldn't look away. And then it got extended in that really crazy scene where the. Drama teacher is emotionally abusing her, and then she goes you know goes to that place and he's like do the scene right and she kills it and we get to see it again go I we were we were spoiled. Yeah. The, last two episodes for. Teacher Greg was Oh. What else was he in there? I was looking it up I what's he from I didn't necessarily know him from anything else I thought he was like. I. Liked him. I mean as a character like Oh this is a very real person tower. Yeah. I mean the actors could looking. Michael His name is Ellen go rhino you're going to die. Yeah. I almost said it was Michael Angle or Mega Angelo but it's not. Know he's he's been things. man. Oh. I watch. This is us. So right he got like nominated for an emmy for that. Yeah I mean. I'm not seeing any movies Zenia love, I. Know Him from no he's not alone the Lamis and he was just seabiscuit. He's young. He's younger than US yeah. Yeah he's young Guy Wow nineteen ninety-five started working Oh. He played Elliot. He played maybe that's why known from in will and grace he played the son Elia. God of course. Yes. Yes. That's exactly what I. That's what I know. I, know him. Through any other movies? But I don't know. I don't know anything else. That's what I know I'm from. He was good He was he was good the there's there's another note that I think I would have played. There were some things that I don't think he got like the the emotional manipulation game You know what? I mean. There are some things that I think could have gone in a different direction, but still the character is written in such a way where I'm like, Yes yes this is the drama teacher. Yeah, and he would be called Greg Com. Yeah. I just I to me and the savvy sees the costuming but the moment I saw him wearing those like tennis sneakers with like, of course, it was like, Oh, I know everything I need to know about. Oh, my God and then. Bands thing during like Hell Week it was just Oh, I can't even can't even. Yeah. He was he was that young twenty, two, twenty, three year old teacher that is. Just, came out of Tisch drama school like something stupid like that. But and took himself a little too seriously for middle school. At the way he dressed his classroom I don't even know if they were in a classroom because the teachers lounge but there it's not uncommon for that type of school to house a couch and a rug in the drum. Oh, sure. Yeah. Yeah. I feel like He. was going to say, but he yeah, I think. Ages knew who this person was I feel like the play told me a lot about him like for more wrote and directed it was terrible. So heavy handed it was so classic heavy handed thinking you're writing something important in you know Oh speaking of speaking of WHO's afraid of Virginia Woolf like they were. These were these like honeymooner characters for Middle School. It's like what? That was so strange to me, and then also to realize this was. I guess they probably have many productions but I loved it like the theater wasn't full like it was probably like Oh i. Love that D- Yeah I. Love that. Detail you. No. Because let me tell you Mary in those middle school auditoriums. It's They have to the whole in right and for me, it's from what I'm gathering about. This particular school is that it's very large Yeah. Are you getting that to? Middle Big Yeah. It's a big old public school. Yeah. and and it seems like that would house eight hundred to a thousand seat. Not, like three hundred. Yeah it's huge. So I did love that nuance but also that, yeah, like who's GonNa come see the yeah. The drama teachers play it's also plays never sell out as much as Mirza Kohl's the cast is only four kids and that's the other thing is when you have a small cast for a play in school, then only those people's circles are gonNA come say like that's the thing with the musicals you get what you get every kid's parents and their friends family grandmas Seattle right yes. Yes, it was. And just yeah, we talked to this before but just like the tech crew versus actor just like. I love that Lake really actress being like Oh are we usually rehearse with her shoes off and the actor, the tech crew having none of it? Oh, God like when they flip the script and it's like Oh God here come the actors they're going to do all this. They're going to be crazy 'cause I was I was on both sides of the stage or both sides of the curtain. And because I totally get when you're a techy the actors are the worst and ruin the show. Yeah. With the prop table nuance when they're like, you have to put your find your light war. Are you getting warm like all of that was brilliant. It was I mean it's the those are the things that happen in high school, and for me, it was high school high school theater because you get those stage managers that our students that get on their high horse and then. Speak like that to the actor was so good. Our trip absolutely is like it just because I think there's also that sense of like I am like the logic and the structure and the skeleton of this, and you're just like you know the actors are just like the fleshy bits you know and so late that idea that like while the tech crew like that has to be, you know all the technical side of things has to be ironed out and figured out whereas the acting. Side of it seems more like flowery and less technical obviously, right right. Well, just like even Gabe, and Maya, having their date in his room and then cutting away to Anna who has her own little date of like polishing the problem making sure the flowers are just right and you know the idea of turning off.
"greg com" Discussed on Revision Path
"Mail and I never got him so I wasn't able to complete my like process and the other side of the coin was like graphic design so I decided to go back to school to Pratt and studied graphic design their and their Greg Com D. Department is based in Manhattan. So that's kind of like a crazy crazy way and ended up graphic design. You know it's interesting this like A. Maybe it's because I've had so many people on the show that has sort of followed a similar path. But there's like this pipeline between Howard and Hampton to Pratt University Institute. I should say sorry Pratt Institute. There's like this pipeline where people will start out at one of those two schools for Undergrad for design and then ended up going to pret-. Did you find that there were a lot of Howard folks when you were there? There are a couple of hours folks and there were some Hampton folks to one of my best buddies are Howard was sorry one of us. What he's proud was was Hampton grand. I think we need to stop the Hampton pipeline. I'M GONNA be more people from Hampton Brat that's Hampton joke for folks that don't know and just to be clear on Air Howard. University is a real issue. I don't care anybody tell your Howard University is the real issue is got to be clear about that. I mean I went to Morehouse so I don't know if I really have anything to say in this whole conversation but I'll let you hear that one. Okay you've witnessed the turf wars so how was different from Howard aside from it being graduates? Undergrad how was it different? Man I mean it's I don't even know other explained it? They were so completely different experiences. I mean I you know Howard I lived in the dorms and Howard was very very different at pride I i. I live in an apartment. I worked a lot while I was in school so I didn't really worked full time when I was in. Undergrad but I worked almost full time when I was in my master's program so it was a very very very different experience like working and I lived in Brooklyn when I was up. Pratt and I would commute to Manhattan to go to class so it was a very very different very different experience. As far as the classroom. Makeup was of course very different. Obviously but there are a lot of international students proud to which was really cool with thanks to have different perspectives. We had a lot.
"greg com" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Hey there I'm out in my field again. Clearing stones just to tell you welcome to another episode of this got the amazing Jimmy Cricket. What a guy. You'RE GONNA love this as well. AIDS we're on this one's done at the lowry insulted was lows will gigs coming up including other Manchester. There's just been added in November. Think doc go hang dot com slash gigs and find out all about all the show's coming up. We've got one and less than we got one. In Bristol that sold out we've got one in Richmond with very exciting guests and we have got winchester and Newcastle all coming up lots of these selling credit well. Exeter's nearly sold out go to the website. Buy Your tickets now. 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Sandton after military grade military great hand-grenade found by police investigate instigate reports of gunshots. That's so for this. That was the most whimsical I could find us. Reports of gunshots shots in that case of that's not so bad of course I'm saying the for Chester Hotel tonight which is just around the corner. I've been there before foist book that one doesn't come up on trip advisor amazing puppets there and if you're wondering one hundred green gate is the tallest buildings over it if you if you're wondering about that so we're going to crack straight on. We're GONNA fantastic. I guessed for you. He is probably best known foist parents on EMUS. All Live Pink Windmill show. I understand the live once with them as if they're sending the leads did a couple of weeks ago ago the first guest is going to be really fucked up to such an extent that we're not going to be able to put out the podcast. I'm hoping that will I'm hoping that it's going to happen again. 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The muscle memory builder he actually invented a the royal children's variety show did yeah yeah because the main one the grownup one obviously it is going to this day but for a while in the eighties the east of the Children's assets that would you know that was very exciting because I'd never met royalty loyalty before well. I don't see on a postage stamp so when I first saw the queen this over this ah just a little some jokes and it's GonNa be unusual for this podcast. Backing up even even was going to know that was good. That was a joke you get one year for me the most of it so I mean there's so much to talk to you about this. Well let so we'll start at the how did out why Jimmy Cricket why. Why did you choose that. That's not your real name is Jimmy. No my real name's billy cricket. Ah No well my real name's Jimmy Mulgrew and when we did the club was when they're all right here in the seventies the thing was to get the name that people would remember you know show that comedian last night. What was his name. Oh so I thought plagiarized at Rayleigh from Walt Disney. Everybody close the door coming down the minute I did I had a disney spell. It can grow you can grow and everything I deputy. I left. I didn't call us if Jimmy Jimmy but others see people mistake mistake for it yeah. That's what it says on Kapija not to be confused with Jiminy cricket. which has anyone actually ever confused with Jimmy? That's not a cartoon character. I WANNA actually pledge Jiminy cricket ones with the crank. He's up in Glasgow with Jimmy Cranky. She pled Giamet the real name and she played Pinocchio. Yeah and she had a little troop that would make her nose grow longer and in in her husband he he pled. I'm called little brother. Yeah and I pledge Jiminy Cricket. Okay well. The green tailcoat though they might be confused to Wikipedia isn't the street petitioning for important but they did. The costume didn't come to me. Is that right you were doing. No no I had the willies came earlier and then the chargers half mask but I wore a white check it yeah I always wanted to be original bridge around the clubs and Bobby Bobby was done the the braces and he had the long coat so you didn't want to be because he was doing character comedy as well so it really one. I I had a talent competition on television search for star. I wore the white jacket so sometimes when you look at our cat stuff there's a white jacket but when when I did a program called the good old days which came from the city varieties lead Senate was a it was a nod to the Ad Ward Ian Time and indicted a spot on that and they wanted you to were tailcoat and so I- war it and then I had a an agent of manager Phyllis Ron's who managed Rod uh-huh and she rang and she said that we want that's by that you've got a bit of a a costume Ni- and so we did and the BBC she said no we we hire it from a calm Nathanson Berman's. You'll have to go to them and we weren't with sixty quid for the first one right yeah. We've had a couple since then and I noticed the fire the only reason I mentioned because if you weeks ago I had an accent poke in the far I forgot it was electric and I rang up the fabric and and I said my harshest fire and he said how do I get there. I said you've got a fire. Engine haven't yet he said No. which highs is it? I said you can't miss it. It's the one on fire and I said I'll keep it going to get here. Welcome back to you know about emotional so I someone had somewhere to go buddy scum. Why is gone. It's so lovely to be with you in every poll full hosh magical atmosphere here at the lowry. Is there for the next show coming back next week as well. There's going to see them much. They have that strong image though isn't it but it's it's it's when you start off in the future. In the summer camps at Butler's Butler's actually had that camps over here scarceness but a lot of people don't know that you had won an Ireland and it was twenty six miles outside Dublin place called Muslim and the train actually win you got on from Belfast stopped. I side the pudding rindge so you could literally you could count was the only thing there of course was Richard Davidson Belfast so like very broad Belfast accent on anybody obviously will know when you go across the border. Dublin's quite a lilt and we signed a bit Scottish actually but they have a little so. I was really broad so it was very hard even for the other people to get so the the when I used to go really well was July two weeks in July. When all the northern down people were on holiday. I'm my Richter. Scale went up the last year on that one because you do you do younger jokes like you know my my girlfriend said to me you remind me of the sea. I said you minimum rough and rugged. You said no you make me sick digs like garden and then it took me home to meet her dad he said. Are you gonNA marry my daughter or else. I said what bringing out so. Let me stop you. Do you know L. Proper jokes is injuring. There's you know there's a few people doing your grocery Tim Vine. It's very similar those those one liners yeah he's populace. He's keeping the old one Greg Com yeah. Milton Jones pit bulls. Oh yeah fabulous one one of Tim. I love is he's a dark horse black beauty. That's a rip-off fell throw belt. Melton one where he walks up and down the stairs and goes. Aa Ra see green flag. Don't get me started. We could do to the voice. We're giving them. The Red we all pitch we sort of having a cake and eaten. It is good to say well yeah so you worked in book the books before the before the show-bizzy were to shop yet was what I worked on. I Richard. Would you mind if I took my overcoat attained. Its all GonNa share an underneath. That's just going to.
"greg com" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"The conservative circus I am the ringmaster James T. Harris bill O. Reilly is bringing his. to the valley is going to be in mesa November the sixteenth if you want to attend and you do make sure you go to K. F. Y. I. dot com and secure your tickets I was talking to a gentleman today he said the window now split first hit the airwaves he had his ticket secure don't be left out is going to be a fantastic evening we talked about this Peiping controversy in the center ring yesterday and I'm telling you is continuing to grow. as you have more people who are advocates for but for vaping are coming out to say Hey look look this is a legal product and the reason why people are getting hurt by this the people are being killed by this is because they're not using the product as intended. and a lot of people have been using bait of the vaping as a way to stop smoking has been very very successful and you have Greg com leave from the American baby being association who was a weighing in on the actual nicotine baby products that they have tested they have found quote nothing unusual according to great of reporting from The Washington Post and there are numerous public health advocates including Dr Michael Siegel the Boston University school of public health multiple others that are saying the evidence clearly links these products to a lesser T. H. C. not bay banks and prohibiting adults from accessing these products is not going to benefit public health actually will could increase smoking among both youth and adults after we just saw a record setting twenty eight percent decrease in teem smoking from twenty two. so your is becoming sadistic this been study and you know to his point vaping has been around for it for a while for years it's only recently that it is been causing the kind of problems that is causing the others spoke to a call I guess that he was at his brother ended up with bubble on it that that is new that's recent sold one would think that it Peiping is not the problem has to be something that has that that has that is somewhat new on the scene we have doctor Jeffrey weekend I think as we get the doctor Jeffrey he's taken a different angle altogether you say look people are dying we don't know what what the true facts. the validation of sex just tool or enjoy and the nicotine delivery products and I'm not been not repeat again for those I don't understand I have not been. probably scientifically review I say for cessation has made that clear. so currently all products that are being marketed as jul weather's flavor Flav are illegal. the law this also I have it is we have six people who will die. probably more well we have over five hundred young people in the hospital with a serious lung disease would progress center for pro properly reading Hey it does that is serious. that is serious. but the reality is there are a lot of D. legal a product that that are out there we had a a two twenty one year old I think busted they were creating the the the oils of the tobacco the nicotine and oil water mix yeah. art bit what no that is a problem but should a product that has not cause problems for years be removed because of this new crop of illegal products and people miss use again who are winding up dead no Rocklin was on M. S. N. B. C. and the easy way. sorry it.
"greg com" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"greg com" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Call right called brother, Greg com going out to ride in a seven talk to me. What guys man I was trying to get on yesterday. Because I wanted to talk about what you guys were discussing or the UK fans and Akon and the kind of respect you for yesterday, man. Like like last caller said, you know, you're you're educated brother, man, that we respect you at the end of the day, but we were talking about. Wow. Their age eighty nine outta was often. Wow. There it goes to AJ and say, I'm often you fifty million guaranteed. I believe it's going to be a hundred million dollar fight and anything over one hundred million. You'll get fifty fifty. So that made up the fight makes a hundred ten million dollars Jocelyn wild or take home fifty five million each because it's a fifty fifty fight. But he's giving him fifty million front if the fight make seventy million dollars. I mean, wow. Does get water is going to get twenty million in AJ gonna get his guaranteed purse fifty million so AJ an wider knew what they were going to be potentially making as a matter of fact wider didn't know what he was going to be making based on. Was taking a risk of the fight making a hundred million dollars. So we just need to stop their BS. And if you're going into a business dealing with somebody, and they tell you they won't pick sixty percent stake in the company, you're gonna wanna know how much are they bring to the table 'cause they can't bring in thirty percent of access sixty percent of the state. So we have to stop acting like that deal. Wow. To gave you know. Then basically tell you how much louder AJ was gig AJ fifty million anything over hundred me 'cause they projected a hundred million dollar fight. He would get fifty fifty and wilder would get whatever was left. So if it may eighty million thirty cut AJ would cut it. Exactly, right. Rod I seven xactly exactly right through embalm the mall. You're ready Y. You know what? Once you're -ficiating today. Man. You are, you know, very, you're talking a whole lot of sense you act you you found right on right of their when a con there to say that you would avoid the reason. That's for you. You're the voice of reason today, but I have a question because you know, seconds when they fight and all that you have these two top female boxes that made the fight easy. What is issue with demand? Why? Because you know, we always hear that women have issues. Well, what things to give do Karachi men? Get it together. Oh, I thought you meant it turns coverage I was gonna say that's today show 'cause you're not on in terms of getting the fight to see how well. Well, no, no, no. I'm gonna tell you. Why you wanna know why you want to know? What's the biggest guys school re Dmitry Salita owns both?.
"greg com" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"I might just call you rich Ackerman. You've got you've got twenty four hours. Actually, it's too late because still you're taking a spot. I'm actually I'm really excited about going to loot. This is the other thing about this. Because I don't I don't talk about a lot. We dedicated a segment every day for months to this for months, and we talked Nixon nets every day when they were bad about this. And you're gonna pull an enough. I have a lot going on. Yeah. Like being something like come on come on. All right earlier in the show. Berry Chambal is on the program. Bury the the great Greg com. This for the daily Oklahoman, it's daily newspaper in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, we're on the air, a local city loved my brother was born there and Trammell talk about, you know, his perspective. How surprised he is? Or not on the perception that Kevin Durant has changed since leaving the thunder. Yes. Because we didn't see that. We didn't see that added Durant. He was marketed. Well, and he'd be hey. Only did all the right things. And. I don't know which ones the real one. But it's definitely different people. You know, I like to say that he's not who was Saudi was. But that might be our fault more than his maybe we just throwing for what we hope he was rather than the truth. You know? When you talk about loyalty, and we kept saying, well, you know, he'll stay the oil guy also free high schools in four years. So Solidarity or whatever the case may be. So, you know, maybe we just had on our our glasses clouded by hope he has been acting funny. The social media stuff. You know, ripping Billy Donovan that's inexcusable 'cause Donovan what in anything, but good him member three months. The bus never said anything untoward never publicly. Did anything? So I didn't like that. They're westbrook. Cute is more fun than anything. But it's it's appears to be over. But it's a case of I think, I'm not sure Kevin Durant. Is it settled on exactly what he wants to do with his life. It's one thing say about Westbrook Westbrook has no qualms about his his direction. And I think I mean, Kevin Durant probably does. And I don't agree with berry travel on this point. But I I think it speaks his. His character and his integrity, the journalist. I gave an opportunity to basically take a shot. Westbrook. Westbrook's always disrespectful to him. And he disagreed with my premise that Westford part of the problem. I'm going to agree to disagree with berry. But I just I respect it know, that's what a real journalist says. That's what a real columnist is. That's why I think tram was great. He does not get treated well, by Russell Westbrook. And when somebody knows things was the problems as do basically agrees says, no, I don't agree. I think you're I think West Virginia over the team. I think he's is what he is buried Trammell. One of those guys I promise you worth listening to and so want to play one more bid because obviously there's a lot going on in Oklahoma. That's of national interest in Cuyler Murray is probably the top of that list. And so I ask berry Trammell who's covered and written about and been around Oklahoma football time what he projects what he thinks the success level will be for Karla Murray in the NFL. Well, I'd say probably going to succeed because the game has changed. Chains are willing to sort of. You know, think outside the box. Russell Wilson helped that a lot with his, you know, being an all in all pro type guy was. Pretty short. Stature Baker Mayfield. Mahomes help that coming out of spread type offenses and coins. So well last year, and so I think people are going to your quarterbacks like Tiber Murray about better chance here in the next here in the next few years and Murray causing graceful mean? I mean, very accurate. And also. So then we back. He's five foot ten and smart coaches can figure that out and do something about it. So. I think the future is pretty bright foreign I hope he goes to a organization that knows what it's doing chances. Are that won't happen? But you know, we'll we'll see what happens. It sounds like maybe Arizona's worry. Yeah. Berry berries are really good, dude. Appreciate his time. In a big way. We we weren't able to track down co coach Holland Ben Howland from Mississippi State practice ran long. It happens who can blame the guy. But Mississippi State graciously filling us, let us know what's going on and said, hey, if we if we can win a couple of games here. We'll take care of you next week. So hopefully, we'll have for you a coach Ben Howland next week who's program is on the way to the Sweet Sixteen and by all means it could happen. Helen, that's a guy that's his previous program that he led UCLA what three final fours, and I want to go into this. But UCLA is one of the programs that doesn't hang final four banners in their rafters, which is a big part of the problem. Come on. I have a willing. Good friends who go there. You think I'm hard on? You Stu you should have heard what I did to Greg Bergman. He's my producer. We wouldn't even be college basketball season. I'll just bring up why his program was antiquated. And he was lose his mind on the air back rational guys accessible guy produces show called Mason Ireland now, and he would just tears hair out in average billing. I'm so Mattia said, yeah, you're mad at me because your self loathing as a UCLA fan who understands at your era games is what keeps you remember getting to place even remotely approximating justified in the future. I love you saying I love ya. Really digress. They're the oldest goes next Bergman. Sorry. Greg not matter Amana AC apologize. Thank you, sir. Kovacs? Great word. Great work, Marco balletti on the.
"greg com" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Very very enlightening we will be taking some questions i will start off a bit in it's hard to see with the lightsaber bugged them i hope that you from the audience will um we'll have some questions to to our colleagues i'm dan start with you and you mentioned many of the key responses would occur beyond just a when when an epidemic occurs beyond just the vaccination one question i had is if you could compare what happened what did happen or did not happen in 1918 compared to what you believe would happen now from everything from ventilation from mild the antibiotics also talk about the capacity even here within the united states to be able to respond dr paul spiegel is johns hopkins center for humanitarian health director white house so i i had a list of a variety of uh of capabilities that we have today that we didn't have a 1918 and a lot depends on how severe the viruses and how transmissible the viruses obviously there are limits to what even in the united states are healthcare capacity is in our ability to provide antiviral medications ventilator respiratory support all those have their limits so i don't have direct numbers and perhaps stutchbury you do mark twain today's therapeutic interventions and public health interventions on the population than but it's clear even with dr more modern pandemics in the in the past few decades that we have much greater capacity to respond and we would expect to respond more effectively to a 1918 wake virus but we could have one more transmissible and more severe so that's why all this work across the spectrum putting on universal vaccine or better vaccines are so critical thank you greg com and to ciro born question i have is even within the americas we see the the disparity amongst many countries in america's can you talk a little bit about the differences that you may see let's say in in some of the more responsive countries you don't have the name them and the differences that may occur in terms of john both both prepareness but in response maybe you can use mexico is one example but i what the question really is to try to talk try to get out the differences in abilities of various countries even within the americas never mind in in africa or other areas that i am more familiar with the most important aspect of the country's capacity uh to alert and to share information is.
"greg com" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"So um it's a sunrise living is the man this consuming care retirement community and sunrise has been a um a uh a senior living specialist for the last what does it thirty three thirty in fact we the sunrise family there are many communities kgb them pirmary county uh are strictly assisted living summer assisted living in nursing some have independent living an assisted living and then there is us where we have seen you run the whole gamut gbarma uh but thirty five years of experience with that for court 25 years were celebrating 25 years old this year and we're very community i've worked here seven years old and up plan it of being part of these are residence lives what an excellent genes that you know longevity in anything is knees your real estate uh longevity and senior out of new companies popping trying decree culture is trying to create a system via manage people effectively sunrise has been i'm so there's a lot that they know and they very well so i already come out ain't at eleven a m and food will be served ally time and how to sell subbed our yes i'm giving this same lecture on the fifteen th and seventeen th the north bethesda enticements corner but silver spring george avenue 290 six up near were george in connecticut area i'll be there and love to love to have you come out i'll also be giving out um some muslim prizes eln i hope you don't mind just to giving a little some cia to those people who had 10 so if you've got mind all right gene how do you top dollar well selling your home buyers first of all finding the right dell tour to represent you and there's an interview process you should go there ten questions that we ask agents we ask you to ask agents before you them it's always a good idea to talk to a couple of agents hooting we wanna work with nato already god which all have copies of at the event at the co attend or would like to download a copy you can go to eric stewart greg com and download a copy there as well all right here i guess might i add people uh uh go to our website as well if they were uh little bit more about.
"greg com" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Look i i'm doing do have no i think one i i don't know why you're so upset when you have a lotta time and live a lotta time not abuse plenty time you have a lot of time he ever your have reaffirming my time on reclaiming and then i have i have blow to make a bigger for myself because i'm no one has to like reading all right we'll good this is the oldest of the no vote now they do i love how you kind of lifted the curtain now we see we see what's going on i don't know i mean we'll do it because they will know why i'm such a moron but it's not more and you're not a more i go on i'm just i all it it was open the microphone it's all i did it look look we've taken this i didn't know what i don't know what's going on around here really don't ask these this is a little light demand reprinting hip it with a darker toner us feld motivated i fill it with a deep motivated because they're gonna have one day grow i do have a question for you what does it your computer have spellcheck i know who's the time for that no it doesn't need time it is it's just automatic red lion underneath it caters what are you crumble of my garbage because what happens i be complaining to the company for a long time on your computer but the engineer department notices for real laughingly whereas 1982 yeah west cracks up and he goes you don't need one they always tell me that that i don't need anything everybody i ask kevin computer you don't need one i go to jeff jeff kagan into computer as somebody else okay greg com a calm down three you'll get nothing around here that when i get whatever it is true all you do in your computers taba train in fantasy football club it's a he seemed to the news in the morning before the 5 o'clock sad because he yells at it that any played some country music itunes all greg by the way i don't know if it's just me but has is your blood pressure up right now gas great team you rise you raise our blood pressure i don't mean to i know so let me tell you what happened in the past four minutes.
"greg com" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Debt is dumb cash is king the bmw spouse i'm dave ramsey show glad you're with us open phones at aaa two five five two two five that's triple eight eight two five five two two five shoring up this hour is gonna be chelsea in milwaukee wisconsin hi chelsea how are you by wow car sure what's up well i i wrote radar armed earlier here in march america article on your acount time by a all oh arm career on market or if i can try to it i'm not really passionate about marketing guy i'm aren't wipo earnt greg com and why interpreting going on end up you're interested in what i'm carrying pumping worn out pernat a fan a acupuncture and i've been very third arm but cork quite odd way i don't really have much by i don't holding up here here at a pre getting off our job digital marketing arm able to award a great in on but until about what what's great income upward wake eighty ninety thousand nine year okay how are you i am he cares home you single i am okay and how did you end up doing digital marketing if you don't like it oh i encourage realize easier i i don't want to whenever aerial meter came jerry i i've done well at our all army and not really an overtime after learn more and more now that my heart what it what is it that you don't like about it on the other strategy on the idea in all the time when he got that level on any kind of people that i i don't necessarily think that ada mmm so you wouldn't have much trouble strategy developing strategy or ideas if it was a alternative medicine which you care about who exactly so it's not really digital marketing it's that you have found a product line that yours excited about um i mean it might be that if you went to work for a company that did than you did digital marketing for company that alternative medicine.
"greg com" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Like i felt like i had to practice that what i did i doubt nothing's going to happen and she's like being greg com doubt it's okay actually be it was he was you yeah i do you like a garrett it's i stop hit and then okay so shortly after that in addition you you you tell a few other people and how quickly do you know i was it also when you're on the rock that you knew i've got to tell my fans as well that this is part of this per was that sort of like a second everything yeah that was kind of in the back of my mind i knew that that would be a thing of actually but my main concern was telling the people around me first and then once i got the that is then i lead deal with the next phase and something that i've always known about myself ranking people around me now once i can net to something once i hadn't made a decision it's like i go full speed had so one side just you know once i told pat i with basically plowing through everybody on my list and coming out because it felt amazing to tell canada and i couldn't stand being around these people all the time are talking to them and not having them now did some of those moment not go well they all when it really well i mean i told a bare a small group of people and everybody who was really supportive and is interesting to see everybody's you now and michelle facial reactions cause some people you know and media lead jumped up and smiled and some people where barrie col about it sounds just really interesting to see besides the people that i know when made that like face like something stinks but you don't want to not and and i'm up act like use about something now now but they were also there and smell i don't i mean i it it i mean he's check you know it's i put together a non today i will say i don't out that work so well that every applied it twice yesterday so i please add butler another change switch why said before coming over i hope i doubt state because.