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"grigg" Discussed on Bear Grease
"What's not to love? We actually recorded the render at their house. I was going to say. Has clay taken you to his spirits? Oh, really? You've been down there? Yeah. Yeah. Years ago. Well, I've been down there. I go down to see Gary. Okay. We're buds. Friends with Mark, can you? Mark, and I go way back. I've never met him. Works like this one, I never had. Hey, we've got it. We've got a great podcast. I'm very excited about this. We're going to talk about the third and final kind of Southwest themed podcast. So this podcast was not just about mourner Glenn. It was about the borderlands Jaguar. That's where we're going. So if you're new to the render, which there's a lot of people that might be new to this, we produce a documentary style podcast. I haven't introduced our guest. No. Goodness, gracious. Or the or misty. The replacement you know? Okay, I've got to finish what I was going to say. And then we'll come back. I'm so sorry. We'll come back to us. The bear grease podcast is a documentary style podcast that we just put a ton of energy and effort into the bear grease render is this informal gathering of people. Literally talk about this effort. So this is the bear grease render you're listening to. Okay, two Gary's left. My lovely wife, misty newcombe. Great to be here. Always good to be here. Yeah. Always forget to be here. Great. Okay, our mystery guest is my longtime friend. We go to church together. We're neighbors, Tyrell dennison. Welcome to a glad to be here. Man, this is I knew this day would come that you would be on the render. It's nice to be here. I'm glad to have time has gotten the time has been pretty instrumental in my world. Career world. He really was. Ty was the one who, like, 7 years ago, did you know this Josh? We were producing that bear horizon video for bear hunting magazine. Which if people have not watched, they should go back and watch because I'm embarrassed to some of that stuff. I love it. I still watch videos really good content. Yeah. Well, so we were producing bear horizon videos. So we call it I think in 2015 we started. I thought it was fantastic. What are you talking about? Yeah. Yeah. Some of it was good. Better than a couple of renders I've heard. Listen, listen, Dan, then we just had them on like Vimeo and embedded them on our website. I didn't even know what Vimeo was them. That's what you did back in those days. But I mean, I didn't know if Vimeo wasn't until he said, hey, you can watch these videos. Yeah, it's just a way to implant a video on a web page. Well, the entire one day walked up to me and said, clay, you need to put your videos on YouTube. And I was like, nah, I mean, this was like 2015. This is like 7 years ago. So I was like, man, YouTube is for like cell phone videos and low quality content and toss it not anymore. He said, he said, this is the direction that the market's going the whole time. You've got to put your stuff on YouTube. And he was adamant about it. And I did it. And within like a month, I had a viral video on YouTube. It was when that bear touched my arrow. And that video jump started the bear honey magazine YouTube channel, which built it out. Anyway, so Todd innocent has been influential. It has always really good at giving me feedback. And I barely understand YouTube. Like I'm not someone who's following YouTube. The fact that people can just create content on YouTube in their rooms still breaks my brain. I'm just like, I don't know how people make millions on YouTube, but I'd seen enough quality content in my areas of interest where I knew like, oh, there's stuff here besides just guys with their webcam. I'm talking about what's been going on on the Internet these days amongst the kiddos. There's actually some really nice stuff around here. Yeah. And so it's just like, man, it'll get out there and people will share it for sure. So. Yeah. I was glad to hear that it took off because it was good stuff. I needed to get out there. It still is. Nothing to be ashamed of on that YouTube channel. Well, I've learned inside the media is that you do stuff and then you go back and look at it and it's like a different version of who you are and you're kind of. But there's some there's some real good bear hunts on there. It's a good white tail haunts, too. Speaking of whitetail hunts, I have something I want to show you guys. I have a little something to show you boys. Oh, look at that. Look at that guy. Look at that sucker. That is a skull, a non typical skull. This is a really unusual. So this by the time this render comes out, I will have put this picture on YouTube, the YouTube. On the YouTube channel. On the Instagram, YouTube for pictures. This deer was walking around about 26 hours ago. I killed that during Oklahoma yesterday. This is the one you were going after for days. No negative. Negative, there was a different one. That was a different book. This was the first time I hunted this property in Oklahoma. So let me tell you what we've been doing. For the last 7 days, Mark canyon, Spencer new hearth, Tony Peterson in myself have been hunting. We're basically meat eaters making a whitetail series that's going to come out like in two weeks. We're going to produce a bunch of episodes that document our hunts. And we were hunting in four different states. We actually hunted in, I think, 6 different states between the four of us. In the last week, in the last week, wow. Yeah. I killed that there on the last day of the hunt, man. Who can describe that rack to somebody? It's the one side is really clean and it just has a typical 5 point typical 5 point. The other side looks like something out of a sci-fi fantasy movie. Yeah. Actually. Yeah, it didn't really have a baby. Measuring of that. It's like you melted the bottom. How long is that spike? So basically it has one very clean typical 5 point side. The left side is just a spike of one, two, three, four, 5, 6 points. And the two bottom ones are like horizontal. Yeah, that may be from the base. Facing two different directions 14 and a half inches. 13 and a quarter inches. That is 13 and a quarter. It would be the main beam. You know, it would be a judgment call. That would probably say it's the main being, but okay. And then this would be like the brow time right here. We'll go from the burr. That's about 12 inches. So you're gonna see pictures of this on Instagram and on Instagram, it looks like a 140 150 inch deer. It's not that big. This was a three year old. I don't even know what to do. Is that filter you used to make the deer look bigger? It was just how does that work out? It's just pictures and beer look about 20 inches bigger than they are. They just always do. Their app called antler me. Hey, that's a good-looking deer. I mean, I was expecting it to be less than that. Really? Based on what you said. I'm very impressed with that animal. Man, it was a big, it was a big body there and oh, he came in. Weed hunted 7 days and I never even saw a buck. I would have shot in 7 wow. Full days of hunting in good places. A 103 and a half days in Arkansas, three and a half days in southeast Oklahoma. And a hundred with my friend Alvin grigg, who he and his wife like a week ago, I got he heard what I was trying to do and he said, hey, come on our place. Oh, that's awesome. Super generous. And I went down there and they rolled the red carpet out for me. And he hadn't hunted much out there so he didn't really know he hadn't been out there much this year.
"grigg" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Who didn't help and so began. The phasing out of narcotic ingredients and replacing them with sugar like retrofit retroactive laws. Due to everything we've been learning about sugar yeah Also hey the push for these regulations was sometimes marketed in a really super racist way as in like black dudes you stuff like cocaine and marijuana and then assault white women while they're highs so we have to ban those substances which is terrible and still influences the way that drug laws are written and enforced in the united states which is even more terrible very. That's very awful. Yeah all right. in the nineteen twenties. We start to see the first automatic vending machines and these things called home. Packs home packs they are the six pack cartons sees to carry drinks. Like coke okay. The nineteen twenties is also win. Coca cola started aggressively advertising over the next ten years in the us. We shifted further and further away from the soda fountain and more towards enjoying bottles at home or at roadside places. They started becoming more common in the forties. The repeal of prohibition wasn't great for soda fountains. either. Oh no in nineteen twenty. Nine charles leaper grigg created a drink that at first contain believed mood stabilizing drug. Lithium site trait. It entered the market with the name. Bid label the aided lemon lime soda biblical with lonzo. You ask who who approved this name and they quickly realized that it was a terrible name and changed to seven up wait. There's not even. I was like seven years. Nobody actually knows exactly where the name comes to prevailing theories neither which i find very compelling but be believable. Lemon lime soda to seven up. Yeah very different. Yeah some of the first ads for it read. It settles the stomach for hospital and home use. Oh okay great. The great depression in the nineteen thirties all the beginning of the soda value for volume race. Oh in pepsi released twelve ounce pepsi bottle for the same nickel price. Six hundred bottle of coq au and pepsi did a similar thing with the price of syrups at soda fountains. They even had popular jingle pepsi. Cola hits the spot..
"grigg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Atlanta's when he was how you can participate in what has been called the most political of all political processes. First, let's update weather and trafficking. Morning. Dr. We go to WSB is Mark McKay. Temporary right alert. Now, here in Gwinnett County. I 85 southbound here. 100 operators trying to untangle a vehicle in front of a big Grigg. All AIDS are shut down here. I 85 South. Um, Beaver ruin road exit. Want to quickly get on satellite Bull aboard or Buford highway is alternative. Take that down to India Trail or Jimmy Carnival a bar to get around these crazy delays. All these were blocked out of best to have this morning. 3 16 westbound past you'll crease Road rollover Crash Highway 29 or Harbin throat. White Light knocked out in Sandy Springs 35 west about past Basel Road, adding to delays on 400 south of the work Zone Northwest Veronica route, It's the Usual slow zone. 5 75 southbound, You leave, Sixes wrote below. 92 just checked in with top authorities, They say it's an easy peasy ride. 75 cm, traveling at a Kennesaw over to 85 the cloverleaf triple team traffic 95.5 to be a speed. This is the eight a.m. nonstop news feed on Atlanta's morning news. Way to speak, Live with the Georgia secretary State just a moment get his reaction to the Justice Department lawsuit over Georgia's new election law. Stay with us. It's 807. Deputy vestry temperatures 74 Jewel Thief shoot into the display cases of a jewelry store inside the gallery at south the cab. Police say the two men scooped up jewelry and other items. Once the glass shattered. The pair fled after the mid afternoon heist on Sunday. Shoppers scramble but no one's hurt and no one is in custody Yet.
"grigg" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"That was not the that was not a that was not a a a great difficulty for me. let's conclude. There's a a really interesting connection between jonathan schnur. not just scholar but as a person to the story How you first heard about this hot links back to a person. We didn't talk enough about. Of course the conversation but We will now Moore beckon dorf as you said. She had a daughter named tanya. And lo and behold the jonathan schnur dot to know tanya decades and decades and decades. After that could you could describe heures i can give the long version or the short version. I selects sorry when go ahead and say as much as you want. Sure i'll i'll give the long version because you can do what you want with it. The long version is that in nineteen eighty. I think or eighty I organized a conference about british politics. And i invited to it from england. A man named john grigg who became a friend of mine. John grigg was a lustrous historian but also a famous journalist. And who knew everybody. And if you went to john griggs house you're is likely to meet The foreign secretary. Douglas hurd at the time or the ambassador from india as anybody else and for whatever reason john and i became good friends and he was such a grant figure. I rarely wanted to ask him for favors. But i would go every year to england to do my research and would find a place to live usually in one summer. I just couldn't find anything. And i wrote to john and so john called me up a week or two later from london and said i've got a place for you to stay but before i introduce you to your new. Landlady go read her book. And so the landlady's name was tonya. Alexander and i went to the library and she had a book called an estonian childhood. And i read the book and the book of though the book was supposed to be a memoir and tanya had lived an extraordinary life. The book was as much about her mother as it was about tanya and her mother of course was more oven bankin dorf who became law carts lover so when i would go i became good friends with tanya. She was born in one thousand nine hundred fifteen. She was thirty years older than i are. More became good friends. To and every summer i would stay at her house in knightsbridge i would do my food shopping at harrods food hall which wonderful rights to to spend a lot of money can And tanya and i would talk and so tanya never really escape the shadow as i say of her mother. Although when you went to chinese house there would be nikita khrushchev's granddaughter or there would be Oh i don't know someone famous. Jonathan miller or whatever so. Let me see what i'm curious. What robin bruce lockhart. The sign the son of robert. He was always convinced that Mura was a double agent that she had been maybe working for the entire time or that she or that certainly later on in her should describe her rather extraordinary afterlife after the ply but I mean that is like taking evidence from the second wife about the first wife or vice versa or the second husband bought the first husband. Now it's it's so. I mean so we should explain that you've got this this had developed so before you knew anything else but lockhart pa in new about mura on beck indoor yes So and that's that's kind of important to how the that your book than develops. Yes so.
"grigg" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Time talking through throughout but with respect to the actual writing we were never know sitting at the table together with our laptops back to back You know like playing game of battleship we we we You know. I think a lot of people imagine doing that but really we would. One person would start with a handful of chapters and then The other person and then we would go back and forth And make changes until we were both happy. You know sometimes sometimes very calm discussions about why Why certain choices were made. And you know sometimes A little more heated. But in the end you know we We would figure it out and That is the process that works really well for us and so being not you know not living in the same place anymore. Our process actually hasn't changed you know instead of having conversations in the same room were having them via text or over the phone and but we're both still going off and writing separately. You're you're both fans of the last starfighter. It's an interesting movie. I remember it very well. The thing that stood out to me about that movie was dan. O.'hurley he's grigg he was you know essentially wearing this mask and yet he was able to evoke these emotions and i was totally impressed by his performance and normally we used to seeing him as a bad guy in particular robocop. But he's not a bad guy in this and also it was one of the really first films that was experimenting with computer graphics. Yup by today's standards. I mean somebody in their own home can do a better job but At the time. I thought it was It was bold and i appreciated them doing that. What what are your feelings on on this movie. I'm curious and going you can kick it off. I remember seeing that movie in the theater And being absolutely blown away by it. And i think it was the first film that used computer generated graphics the way that in and.
"grigg" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Number two is home alone. Number three, You had another Grinch. Number four Polar Express from 9 2005. I had love actually from 2004 and six was l from 2003 mix of that order. I got the dates, right? I think, love actually 2009 No love actually is older than that. Yeah, well, let's find out, according to Santa's Hollywood elves these of the highest grossing Christmas movies of all time if you don't count two Grinch movies number one from 1990. It made $476 million. That's home alone. Number two from 2000 and nine. It made 325 million. It stars Jim Carrey as well. The animated film a Christmas Carol. Oh, I've never even seen the animated one with Jim Carey. I have seen a Scrooge number three made 313. Million dollars from 2000 and four another animated movie, The Polar Express. On Number four on the list. I mean, $220 million from 2003 Health so close. I need to go watch that Jim Carrey for him. That's crazy. All right, well, we didn't get it right. And somebody wanted to hear you sing. You're a mean one, Mr Graves. My mean voice. You have a mean boy. Yeah, I'd love to hear your meanwhile, Mr Green's terrified they are. He'll screw attacked. Your is charming as an eel. Mr Grigg group Cindy Lou..
"grigg" Discussed on Tales from the Brown Desk
"So, that's why you have it on a lot of cases and literally every case where the defendant is in custody. Can the bond ever be erased completely or is it? Like a guarantee that you would have a bond. No I mean that's what they call. Or Own. That's when you are released without posting property or property would just based on your promised to follow the rules and come back and that's comment on you know. Misdemeanors will level fences in in some jurisdictions they call it. Ro are released on your own recognizance, and it just cool it Kaushik kind of rolls off your tongue. You know I'm are. That's more technically correct because it's you. You never say owner you know. If I want around just going Oh your own recognizance. People will be like. What are you talking about I? You need the released. Right, I I, actually wish we would go to that, but. Let's be trendsetters. Can do it. Nobody will follow anything I say or do. That'd be like Jake Grigg doesn't now. We're never doing now doesn't sound right. It doesn't. If you're found innocent. Can you get all that money back? How long are you GonNa? Have to work here, so they don't say things like found innocent. Or not proven guilty correct. You would get your bond money back well, not if you paid A. a he bond, though if you pay money, the bondsman is gone. No matter what happens, even if you're found not guilty, all you get. Is You get to get out while before your trial happens? Your money is still going back to the best case scenario with a bondsman is. He doesn't take the other ninety percent so I guess yeah with that clarification. What kind of things are taken into consideration when setting the type of Bonn? Whether it be shirty? Bond were a normal bond. Or what we call a cash bond, which is where he just pay the whole thing to the clerk It's rare that you get a judge that sort of explains themselves about why they sat. One bond were another, but I have heard it done once or twice, and the good explanation I got wants from a judge was. That you set a cash bond if you think they're gonNA, come back and so you just want to give him the extra push to come back, but you said shirty bond. If you if you're not sure and you want to make sure that a bondsman will go out looking for him if he doesn't show up. Does that make sense? So. That's 'cause if you pay cash bond of a clerk, and then you don't show up yet. You lose your money, but nobody goes looking for you. The judge will issue warrant for your arrest, but the cops aren't going to go out looking for you, but. On a shirt bond, the BONDSMAN IS GONNA lose that ninety percent if he doesn't find you, and so they are heavily financially motivated to chase you down, and because of that gives the. Courts more security when they set those kinds of bounds. That's the only good explanation. I think I've ever heard about it, but. We're also not encouraged to question the judge's ruling from the bench. Either typically we take what we get in..
"grigg" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts
"In Nineteen, twenty nine by Charles. Grigg who could be described as a serial soda inventor. In Nineteen Nineteen Greg was working for a manufacturing company owned by Vesey. Jones when he created an orange flavored drink, he called whistle. After a dispute with Management Greg left, but whistle stayed behind since it was owned by Vesey Jones. Greg then went to work for the Warner Jenkinson company where he invented his second soft drink called howdy. Howdy, was supposedly the third best selling soda worldwide for a time. This time when Greg in his employer split, he took the soda with him. Together with finance financier at Monroe. Greg went onto form the howdy company. But Griggs orange flavored soda couldn't compete with the behemoth that was orange crush, so he decided to switch flavors. Eventually. We got bibliophile litigated Lemon Lime Soda, which would become seven up a few years later. Why the name change, what does it mean? No one knows but many people like to speculate. Here's the most persuasive explanation that the seven refers to these seven original ingredients, water, sugar, citric, acid, lithium, citrate, sodium, citrate, and essences of Lemon and lime, which you have to group together as one ingredient. This seems to be supported by an early slogan, seven natural flavors blended into a savory flavor. Re drink with a real wallop. Other alternate histories include Grigg saw a cattle brand that looked like seven up Griggs was playing craps and praying for a seven, the original bottle held seven ounces. That let them has an atomic number of seven which does. Set an up contains seven letters. If you spell it out and my personal favourite, it doesn't mean anything at all. That griggs just came up with something punchier than Biblical litigated Lemon Lime Soda. Even if it lands poorly on the ear. We do know what the original name meant. The soda was referred to as Lithium did because it contained the mood altering drug lithium with the citrate specifically. Griggs concoction hit crowded store shelves just two weeks before the nineteen twenty nine stock market crashed that helped to precipitate the Great Depression, but it still managed to sell well which I am more than happy to guess was due to the effects of Lithium on stressed and depressed customers. Though. Lithium was taken out of the name in nineteen, thirty six. It wasn't taken out of the Soda Until Nineteen Forty Eight when the government banned its use in soft drinks. But? What is lithium? Is Lithium drug the same as lithium the batteries? That doesn't matter as much as the story of how it was determined to be a treatment for bipolar disorder, but we used to call manic depressive illness, which affects about one in one hundred people worldwide. It puts suffers through a relentless cycle of emotional highs and lows, mania and depression suicide rates for untreated people with bipolar disorder can be ten to twenty times greater than the general population. The fortunately lithium therapy can help to bring that back down to the average. During the Second World War Australian psychiatrist John Cade was captive in the notorious Japanese prisoner of war camp, shine G in Singapore for more than three years. During that time he observed link between certain food deficiencies, a major issue in a POW camp and disease among the other captives. For example a lack of B. Vitamins caused berry, Berry and Polanka, which is why most cereal based goods that you buy are fortified with Niacin. Cade survived the camp which you probably guessed. I wouldn't be talking about him and continued his investigations. Working in a disused room in the Bhandara Repatriation Mental Hospital near Melbourne. He began to collect urine samples from people with depression, Mania and schizophrenia. He wanted to know if there were some secretion, some marker in their urine that correlated to their symptoms. Kate had little in the way of sophisticated equipment, even by nineteen forty standards, and was treading uncharted scientific waters, so he did what he could where he was with what he had. He injected the urine samples into the abdominal cavities of Guinea pigs raising the dose until the Guinea pig died. Kate found that the urine of people with mania was the most lethal. In further experiments cade found that lithium carbonate derived from the light silvery metal lithium and used for decades to treat gout and other conditions markedly reduced toxicity of the patient's urine. When cade gave the lithium carbonate to the guinea pigs directly rather than by way of a urethra, the guinea pigs calm down rather than scratching and fussing in their cages. Suspecting, lithium could have a similar effect on humans. Que did my favorite thing. A scientist can do which fans of the show and readers of the your brain on facts book, which could really use some more Amazon reviews if you have a minute. My favorite thing, scientists do. He tested it on himself to work out the safe dose. And he must've used good methodology because as we know now, but he couldn't have known then. A therapeutic dose of lithium is between point, six and one point two micro equivalents to the leader. A toxic dose starts at one point five micro equivalent to the leader, so the butter zone between doing nothing and killing. You is very narrow. Kate again administering lithium to people with mania, many of whom had been in and out of the Bundler a hospital for years. In September nineteen, forty nine, he reported fast and dramatic improvement in all of them to the Medical Journal of Australia. The lithium made such a dramatic difference that half of the patients were able to go home to their families and resume their lives. And that Tory run out of ideas at least for today back to Dr Pepper there. People were friendly with Texas. State Food Commissioner Jay S Abbott. WHO helped draft a bill to ban the use of caffeine in all sodas. State representatives accused the Dr. Pepper Company of actually writing the bill themselves since they stood to gain from it, if every other so to make her head to change their formula that would cost and sales, and surely some of those dissatisfied customers would try Dr Pepper instead Dr Pepper defended their surely noble intentions with a vitriolic collusion, denying ad in the Austin daily statesman. The actually passed and Dr Pepper lead even harder into their cocaine and caffeine free formula. For about four years before they added Caffeine to stay competitive. 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"grigg" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"With a broken leg, and they treat that leg but claim Cove ID and get the $13,000 for the coveted wouldn't be insurance fraud. I would think so, and it seems to be happening everywhere everywhere and there's there's no, There's no urge by Ducey or any Arnie's reporters to say, Are you going to investigate all these claims of covert for being what they are? There's nothing Nothing. You know, I mean, maybe you could talk to one of your boyar friends and say, you know, because this would make a big name for whoever actually one after it. And prosecuted because this is billions of dollars that are being built out of the system for discarded jar for a patient comes in with stage four renal cancer and is going to die in a week and they marked him down is go good. And they die. They get the 39,000 because they throw him on a ventilator before they before they die. And you know they didn't die from Cho that they died from a renal cancer. You know, And that's why I you referring back to also what? Alex Berenson tweeted from that. Ah, Texas, Texas Aah! Down there in Texas is gonna be just tuning in a Texas yaar chain and senior executive the general counsel from him. His name is J. R. J. B, Neiman and eat at the end of his ah, information that he gave Alex and Alex put up there in screen shots on Twitter, he said again, he heard several stories about discharge planners are being pressured to put Cove It is the primary diagnosis as that pays significantly better. You know what's happening here in Arizona to I guarantee what's happening here in Arizona 100% I heard about a guy dies of a low D, right? Yeah. You know what it said on his death subject to get one I love it. Here you go. And you know what? You know what you are thinking. You work for insurance companies. It's their money, so they make sure there's no fraud. This is just taxpayer money. Nobody cares. Nobody cares. I mean, it's it's money coming from the government, which is from us. Well, actually, Medicare is prosecutes all the time, but it needs to be somebody needs to stimulate it. Well, you know what I guess? Burned down the phone lines again of Karen Fan, the Senate president Rusty Bowers, the the Ah, the speaker of the house, and who knows if they're bought off by the hospital lobby? Who knows? Who knows? That's a big problem there, too. So it's a great point. I appreciate it, Terry. Thank you so much, man. Take care really quick. Dozer Dozer. Welcome to Canada. Good morning. I wanted to touch on the on the fact that Governor closing the water parks. Yes. What has he got against Children? You know? Hang on. Wait. Hang on. I'm glad you brought that up. Because once again the governor and nobody there. I talked about this months ago when I said we'd open the CDC. Puts out there is no evidence the virus that causes covert 19 can be spread to people through water in pools, hot tubs, spas or water player. Because I'm immersing themselves in chlorinated water. It's going to be beneficial. It should be therapy. And you're out there in the sun on top of that, with the UV rays. Exactly. That should be therapy. Plus, that's predominately Children. Right? Well, I mean, Well, I I mean younger. I'm 65 0 like I go to the water park. OK, but anyway, maybe they should have a class action lawsuit And suing for that, you know, along with the bars and and and their work, the gym's Yeah. You know what? And thank you. Phone call. Don't I think you're right. You know again, the science that seeded what shows the proof Governor do see? Why are you closing pools? Why you met limiting pools? Why you closing water parks. When the CDC says again and they've reported this in the past, there is no evidence The virus causes covert that causes the Chinese virus can be spread to people through water and pools, hot tubs, spas or water play areas. This is from the CDC, proper operation and maintenance, including disinfection with chlorine and bromine. Of these facilities should inactivate the virus in water. And and again. Not one of these morons. Not even a lunatic, ABC 15. Her name is Nicole Grigg. Biggest fear. Mongrel said. Wait a second. Why are you closing these? Because they wanted these sick, twisted morons in the media. They want it to happen like I I'm sure you hear my voice. I'm over it, and I hope you are, too and I'll get more of your calls, and I have more information coming up right here. On the morning ritual with Jared Lewis, Man. Oh, man. Oh, man, I tell you what Zero rez cleans your carpet so well so well. Does anybody cleaning better than zeros? I have yet to see that I have yet to see it. 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"grigg" Discussed on KTRH
"Is now five eighteen and I will tell you, my show a frequent critic of HP chief Esa Vado. I am not a fan of his position on the second amendment in. I do not think he has been the best thing for the police culture here in Houston. I myself I'm a former police officer with the city of south Houston, in a former judge. And I think that a positive police cultures important thing, but I couldn't agree more when he got on Twitter in lambasted, the state of our criminal Justice system, right here in Harris County now in the bonds that are being set for violent offenders. He was a he tweeted a majority of the problem with these low bonds are district court, judges and magistrates that are confusing. Misdemeanors non violent misdemeanors with violent criminals, and as a lawyer. I will tell you, there is a seven prong test, including the. Potentially for further danger to the community and the risk of flight that I think, is being ignored when bonds are now being set in Harris County for felons for alleged felons violent offenders. And we had a glaring example in response to chief acetate oh, in y you don't just pull one lever or the other. And I'm speaking to both Republicans and Democrats, you know, straight ticket voting is a problem, especially in judicial actions, and you need to look specifically about it. But Franklin, Franklin bynum, who is the county criminal court law. Number eight judge responded on social media and attacked the chief's position and took to the position that know what our system really works best is when we look at presentative amounts, kind of a starting point, and then make it individual determination about an individual person. He also added that the jury is the one who decides whether someone's guilty or innocent, and he, I do think that is a danger to the fairness in the integrity. Of the whole system for the chief to be concerned. That's the chief of police job to be concerned about criminal Justice and Harris County in Texas, where he works in Houston, and Franklin bynum, and avowed, socialist, a supporter of communism. Just avowed. Okay. He is a member of the socialist party of Houston. And he sits on a bench in his advocating, we had a murderer and I can say, because I'm not on the jury, I believe in the presumption of innocence, but we had the murder of a young child have their bond reduced from a million dollars to a paltry sum. We've had that happen twice now malaria. Let's not forget her name. And when these judges take the position. That it's a revolving door and they don't worry about threatening the chief of police into silence. It's frightening. We have to fix our criminal Justice system. We have to stop voting judges straight ticket. This is Charles Adams time for the headlines, wait, I'm sorry. Let's check traffic and weather Juliette hardy, I'm killing it. Found side right around five seventeen. So they put you on the frontage road, and then you get right back on. It's not a huge backup or anything like that. But they are doing it police investigation. So hopefully they get this cleaned up pretty soon. And then we also have a little bit of a backup on the outbound side of forty ago freeway, it looks like we have an accident right before you get to Grigg. So there's a little bit of a backup through there..
"grigg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Nuclear deal from the president of Iran have the world's attention, especially at the White House today. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Iraq this morning after canceling a trip to Germany, citing pressing issues correspondent bills emperor. With more. The United States continues to move closer to a possible conflict with Iran this on the anniversary of the US withdrawal from the joint comprehensive plan of action better known as the Iran nuclear deal latest developments. Iran's president Hassan Rohani has announced that Iran will stop exporting excess uranium and heavy water as required onto the JCP and gave signatories of the deal. Sixty days to set new. Terms or it will begin enriching uranium at higher levels that could make it usable in nuclear weapons. He also warned of a strong reaction if more sanctions were to be imposed against Iran. The United States right now has restored crippling sanctions against Iran since withdrawing from the nuclear deal last year. Last minute talks in Washington will not change Democrats plans to move forward with contempt of congress charges against attorney general William bar vote comes today negotiations it seems the House Judiciary committee and the Justice department could not make concrete progress toward resolving their dispute resulting from the request of you the full unredacted Muller reports the Justice department had offered access to more of the reports, but only in a classified setting and only viewing by members in congressional leadership. House Democrats say all members should have access and subpoenaed to get it with no middle ground found. The house committee will take up the resolution to hold in contempt of congress. Followed by vote which would t it up for a vote in the full house later this week. Serena Marshall, ABC news Capitol Hill. 707 now in a school. Principal in Pennsylvania will no longer say the words, God bless America. After leading students in the pledge of allegiance at least one parents took offense with the morning routine by principal. Peter Grigg the freedom for. Religion foundation claims it violates the constitution's ban of government sponsoring religious messages. Just last month the New York Yankees Philadelphia Flyers stopped playing Kate. Smith's version of God bless America. Citing racist lyrics in her song. Catalogue a music video filmed inside a Catholic church in Worcester has many locals up in arms WBZ TV's. Paul Burton with more..
"grigg" Discussed on KTRH
"Keep you at the top of your gain. Bottom line is News Radio seven forty KTAR. H? We've got traffic weather and time line all coming up here in just a moment. First though, there's nothing like a good old fashioned Twitter fight that seems to be the place to go. If you wanna you wanna brawl with somebody the latest combatants are Kellyanne Conway in Alexandria, Cossio Cortes, finding on Twitter. Yeah. They are Kellyanne Conway writing good that you now could them Sri Lanka massacre. Some founded odd a prolific. Tweeter was silent following day. You tweeted about your movie to which Alexander Cossio Cortes wrote back on Easter. I was away from tech visiting my grandmother in Puerto Rico, which continues to suffer from the White House's incompetent disaster response. Are you trying to imply them less Christian? What was the point of view bringing this up on national TV? All right, Kellyanne, what was the point caller out here because I'm on television shows, and I'm asked constantly why didn't Donald Trump say this? Why did you use that word? Where's the semi-conscious tweet where I believe it should be? And I said, hey, why does anybody asks Alexandria 'cause air Cortez who you give a hero's? Welcome to all you fan girls. Everybody to ask her why she's been completely silent on the massacre against Sri Lankans on Easter Sunday. So she said on Twitter, I said it on TV. Sharon, different never. She said on Twitter. Hey, I was away from tech is visiting my grandmother for Easter. I think that's wonderful. But the very next day they were still picking through the rubble in Sri Lanka, looking for survivors or the deceased. She had time to tweet about her Netflix documentary about her. Okay. Well, there you go. There's our explanation of it will be more fighting this say round two. Coming up later today. I'm sure six fifty three here on NewsRadio seven forty h let's get to traffic and weather before we get to the time line. Here's to lead Hardee's update. Let's do it. Because we're kind of stuck in a backup on the inbound side of forty five to go freeway right before you get to Grigg swing it over to the left because that right side is completely blocked off. And that's what's holding us up. All the way back to edge. You could get off Alameda Gino on us telephone as an alternate. We also have an accident if you're trying to travel on the inbound side of I ten east freeway, and that was right around Lockwood. So it was adding to our rush hour stuff coming in from six ten we've got the bridge repair going on I ten at Crosby Lynchburg, and that's causing delays in both directions this morning, and then if you're trying to travel on the east Sam, Houston, they just cleared this up northbound after Pasadena boulevard, but it still got about a five minute delay. I'm Judy hardy and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center from our KTAR h Westside northside Lexus twenty-four weather center, cloudy skies with a high temperature today. Right about eighty six you may see a pop up shower, but not much right now, seventy seventy year officials severe weather. Station..
"grigg" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"We had to and it takes some clarity to explain to them that there are no positive people who are doing with their lives. Hating on Twitter. Like, you won't find the top of your industry or a CEO or the best players in the game going in people's comments and just tearing them down. And it takes you to look back at that. And say, you know, what? So these are the people not happy with their own lives, and you have to break it down like that to them to be able to not look into that runs. The I don't even think it takes clearly just know who you are if you know who you are then. Yeah. I can hear it because we're going to hear it. We can block out the no you can't block out the chatter. You're gonna hear the. Chatter. You're going to have to make a choice to eliminate. What you hear or to take? What you hear in let it either fuel you or just dismiss it. It's a choice. No where you are confident who you are. And if you're not you're gonna fall to it every time and Grigg the point I'm making is to it takes a unconditional loving adult to define for a young person who they are our help them. Discover who they are. And I look at a lot of the young athletes, and that element has been missing. And it's not just because the parents are going sometime the pants are letting the ipod video games raised their kid. Instead of we look I'm so old that we had to talk to each other. There was no other entertainment. There was one phone in. My mama was on it. Most of the time this. This. Me. And my brother didn't talk we didn't interact with our free. And so I see a lot of loss kids, and I see smart people in Silicon Valley going there's a vulnerable group of people out here that we can build a business, and we can manipulate and I see a lot of these young athletes struggle with and I feel sorry. Lock locking volley. Greg Jimmy's and March at back. It's time to play survivor for somebody will get voted off the island. Let's move to the Los Angeles Rams who are still reeling from their disappointing Super Bowl performance Todd Gurley didn't speak with the media yesterday as the team cleared out their lockers. So we don't get any more information about why you only touch the ball eleven times in the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Jared golf did talk to reporters and continue to put the blame for the Rams loss on himself. All right Marcellus. There are rumors that are there was a story ridden it. Hey, should would Sean McVay move on from Jared golf if Kirk cousins became available in a year? So and clearly there's talk there's been talk now about maybe trading Todd Gurley if you had to choose if you had to vote one off the island golfer girly can I buy another vote getting both the Super Bowl. How bones respected homeys? By position. I think it's a tie, really. But by position because I devour viewed the running back position and his value list. I would say tog early I've seen more moments of less Todd Gurley. Remember, I told you the breakdown of his rookie year, even though it was a rookie of the year campaign. One out of the last eight games he had hundred yards and next year. He didn't have one hundred yard game at all. I saw a longer stretches of lows photography than for Jared Goff. And you can't get rid of quarterbacks. Like, I would get a at UPS right now and pay for one thousand dollars and he gave me three yards like four yards. But I can't go fine quarterbacks everywhere. So by position is gotta be tug early. Yeah. I'll go Todd Gurley as well. And I think just the history of the running back position you think about this two hundred fifty.
"grigg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"No end in sight in the partial government shutdown. President Trump will address the nation later on this evening. Delivering remarks that will focus on border security. And the ongoing partial government shutdown. The president writes on Twitter that he'll talk about the quote humanitarian and national security crisis on the US southern border. These remarks come as the president plans to travel to the border on Thursday. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Vice President Mike Pence says it's more about national security than just a wall provide the kind of resources and reforms that will be necessary to address the humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border of the American people deserve nothing less and we'll carry the address live from the Oval Office at seven right here on KOA NewsRadio. The Denver city council. Bans gay conversion therapy for minors. That passed unanimously last night advocates for the Q community say it's a harmful practice for kids. Denver is the first city in Colorado to do that and passed that ban a measure to do. So statewide, though has failed four times if you're out walking the family dog definitely keep an eye out of late for coyotes. Their breeding season is getting underway and they're being spotted ever. Everywhere along metro area trails, they see dogs and cats is pray aggressive towards pets or you could even see progress towards humans at times, although do want to make it well known that attacks on humans are very rare Colorado department of parks and wildlife spokesman Jason clay says if you do see a Coyote tracking you make a lot of noise make yourself look big and throw rocks to scare them off. What would the Super Bowl be like without a halftime show? What wants civil rights organization would like to find out Griggs vice president of the Georgia into blaze EP as a dream. Who knows maybe they won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a on police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement. Colin Kaepernick Grigg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and asked for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, ABC news. Atlanta. You're up-to-date O'Mara Motors dot com, providing a look at your news, seven thirty six. Colorado's morning, news, KOA NewsRadio. Looking for information about retirement go-to, hansonmcclain dot com..
"grigg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To push back against President Trump's address to the nation on Tuesday night, the president set to speak to the nation from the Oval Office about border security and the government shutdown. The vice president has suggested Mr. Trump could declare a national emergency in hopes of redirecting money to build a border wall democratic leaders in congress called on Senate Republicans to pass the bar bipartisan bills the house passed last week and for the president to sign them. To end the shutdown will air, the president's address live on KOA, NewsRadio at seven o'clock tomorrow evening, growing number of TSA workers calling in sick during the shutdown the Pilots Association weighing in with concerns. The pilots here you're saying that it is affecting the entire airspace system. They say, for example, there are fewer safety inspectors on the job. And they are warning about the impact on the so-called, essential employees. That are required to go to work without pay their warning about the personal financial stress on those employees ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Speaking about the larger than normal numbers of TSA workers calling in sick. What would the Super Bowl be like without a super halftime act one? Civil rights organization would call that a major victory Gerald Griggs. Vice president of the Georgia end up Lacey pe- as a dream who knows maybe it won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a layup police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the. Take a knee movement. Colin Kaepernick Grigg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and asked for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta. The US supreme court rejecting a request from Exxon Mobil corporation that may lead to the public. Knowing win the company realize the impact of climate change, the energy company had asked the court to overturn a ruling by Massachusetts high scored allowing its attorney general to seek company records to see if they misled consumers and investors. Exxon is not made a comment on today's ruling both states launched their investigation in two thousand fifteen after news reports Exxon scientists from the seventies and eighties determined fossil fuel combustion must be cur tailed to lower the impact of climate change. The Golden Globe seeing a slight drop in viewers from last year. Nielsen data shows eighteen point six million. People watched Sunday's Golden Globe awards a two percent drop in views from twenty eighteen experts say one factor that hurts awards programs is that younger viewers watch highlights of the show on social media, which does not count in data Nielsen analyzes and in sports. The Broncos denying permission to two franchises the falcons and the Bengals to interview senior personnel advisor and former head coach Gary kubiak both of those teams are believed to have had interest in hiring kubiak to be their offense coordinator, but the Broncos plan to keep kubiak and would like him to work with the team's next head coach kubiak, of course, led Denver to victory in Super Bowl fifty as its head coach and the college football championship game in Santa Clara, Clemson pounding Alabama. Forty four sixteen.
"grigg" Discussed on WTVN
"House budget office. Meanwhile, pledging that the partial shutdown will not affect income tax refunds, so what's the Super Bowl without the halftime show? We may soon find out herald Griggs vice president of the Georgia NWC P as a dream. Who knows maybe they won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a light police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement. Colin Kaepernick Grigg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and asked for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta. They college football championship playoff game is about to get underway. Number one, Alabama taking on number two. Clemson. You're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Alison wyant. The woman accused of murdering connection to the deaths of eight members of the road and family made an appearance in court today for a pretrial hearing Angela Wagner. Her husband and two sons are all charged in the case a man seen on surveillance video stealing a gun from the body of Bradley Bethel after he died in a motorcycle. Accident has now been identified. Bradley's father Brian Bethell who lives near Cincinnati today. Brian Bethell told me he's happy someone came forward. He says he's been in constant contact with detectives. A few tips. And then I called them just a little bit later, and they add again applied the guy and hit. The whole thing was caught on surveillance and.
"grigg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Not the sidewalk mayor bottoms has eight days to sign these into law. It is a rarity from this particular president. In fact, we believe it's unprecedented an Oval Office address tomorrow night. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington with no progress in negotiations on his border wall. President Trump has said his speech for tomorrow night on this subject. Does he plans to visit the Mexican border on Thursday? The president has also asked the congress for more than seven billion dollars in new border security funding. But for now, there's no indications of any deal will carry the presidential speech. Live starting nine o'clock tomorrow night, Trump administration announced his tax refunds will go out. Even if the partial government shutdown is continuing, so what would the Super Bowl be like without a super halftime active purred, they've had trouble lining one up a one civil rights organization. We call it a major victory, Gerald Griggs. Vice president of the Georgia end up Lacey pe- as a dream who knows maybe they won't be a Super Bowl. Halftime hoping to shine a layoff police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement. Colin Kaepernick Grigg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year and ask for rapper. Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, WSB and flying high into the college football hall of fame here in Atlanta, literally flying high the iconic Goodyear blimp has reached new heights as an honorary member of the college football hall of fame the first non player or coach to be inducted the blimp began flying over college games at the Rose Bowl in nineteen fifty five and since then this covered more than two thousand games, a new exhibit at the hall here in Atlanta will showcase historical blimp artifacts video footage and pictures says Archie manning college players and fans know that when the Goodyear blimp shows up it's a big game. Chris camp WSB WSB news time, six thirty four.
Third nor'easter in days could bring more than a foot of snow
"Is also under a winter soren our morning except for some portions of northwestern vermont so wbz tv meteorologist danielle niles breaks down what to expect and when we can expect as as a mainly snow event that's the highest impact we will also see some minor coastal flooding for tomorrow morning's high tide with a one two three foot surge strong wind gusts who at the cosigned to our morning through the afternoon now plum island it's the calm of course before yet another storm carl stevens as their checking out the preparations there's a serbheld side the beach komorous drug here at reads eight days joe spring owner grigg pulic everybody else on this island knows the impact a nor'easter can have on the place but he also knows you can't stop mother nature and you can't beat this island anand nice day you see the sun you see the the oceans beautiful yeah we take a beating from timetotime but the island uh residents sir hardy budge sandbags are up in some areas cranes putting boulders down to shore up a c while they're getting ready physically and psychologically for another one from plo island carl.