28 Burst results for "Griggs"

"griggs" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"That we all their political nuances issue. One jim gordon's views. Issue to arman. Cruel wins eventually right now. I believe he what he is. The current mayor. I believe marion. Greens takes over. Yeah marion she has. She has got them until no-man's-land what is to be a politician right What crumbling infrastructure would well. I mean honestly. I wish more politicians with maybe yes kids. Let's ship comics. Congress come on But yeah the only know which is kinda sad. It's like bo griggs. I first appeared in batman annual nineteen. Then he dies in his second appearance. This guy that parents. I did see flash thompson could have been worse. You could have got killed off an amazing spider man to come on doom. Could he teens. There's no way then stay teenagers. That's right sorry sorry hyphen hyphen. Doom could've snap your neck in issue. Five all right so you ready for the next one. Now love the cover runaway. Both these these covers were pretty good. But the creepy eyeballs no. Yeah the second. One was batman disdain for all. This pictures scarecrow all right so batman five twenty four from november nineteen ninety-five. Yes we'll help. Fire has been born april Leave the same team when everything. Yep same exact team right where we left off. Gravity with the title of this one haunted houses.

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"griggs" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"So if you have a bible. We're to be in genesis. Twenty eight today when i think about walking with jesus as i have been sense i was really a freshman in high school when i made my boldface decision to follow christ publicly and from that day forward have released sensed god's hand in my life even even though before that i could just tell that was sort of a theme to my life. I mean looking back at photos like that. I hadn't given my life to jesus. When i took that photo behind pasta griggs pulpit but but from the moment i gave my life to christ until now. If there's one thing i would tell you that has helped me. Continue to move forward in my faith journey that has continued to propel me in walking with jesus and sewing to the spirit as the bible says and not sewing to the flesh in listening to. I mean if you're in a cartoon language the angel on my right shoulder and not the demon on my left shoulder. I would say it has been the developing of discipline of a daily personal time with jesus when i was coming up. That used to be called a quiet time and i think that that is really important for you to have just one of those things in church like. Oh i know that important. But it's his what i've discovered the easy things to do are also the easy things not to do and you cannot have a quiet soul without a quiet time and more than ever in this loud noise 'y over advertised over social media ed day. We're living in everyone screaming at us more than ever. It is important to have a quiet soul. Tony talk to you today about why. It is so important to develop a morning routine. I'm fascinated by the idea of routine. I my wife..

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Activists Demand Answers After Nooses Found At Amazon Construction Site

Marketplace

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Activists Demand Answers After Nooses Found At Amazon Construction Site

"Month ago, nooses began appearing at an Amazon warehouse construction site in Connecticut. Police now say that only two of the eight ropes found by the sites workers were actual nooses as that investigation continues. Social justice advocates are trying to work with Amazon and the buildings contractor to make sure workers there feel safe. Connecticut Public Radio's Frankie Graziano has more Windsor, Connecticut Police chief Donald Melanson told NPR this morning only two of eight ropes reported on the site are being investigated his nooses that's news to Scott X S. Dale of the ACP, who's been talking to the contractor. We've been dealing with this situation close to six weeks now, everything that they've told us that the ropes that they've seen Would be considered a noose for as Dale. It's more confusion on top of an already confusing situation. He's just trying to make sure workers are okay. The most important thing is the individuals that On the site that are scared, and they shouldn't be scared. They should be able to give a hard day's work and get home safe to their families. The noose is a symbol of hate, and it stresses Corin Prescott out. She led a protest at the site last week. Many of our brothers and sisters hunger From nooses like the ones they were left here at Amazon to protesters chained themselves to a gate. Cornell Lewis was one of them. Okay, change of this fence. We want to know what is Amazon going stupid? Brad Griggs as a leader on Amazon's economic development team, which moved to secure the site after 1/7 news was reported. We did so after really pushing our developers and the general contractor to take control of this situation, Greg says. Amazon ordered the shutdown, even though it hasn't yet taken over the site. While we believe things were being managed appropriately. You know, looking back, we could have stepped in to assess the situation and understand what steps were being taken maybe a little bit earlier. Greg says Amazon's reevaluating its partnership with companies currently managing the site, the developer and the contractor. Scannell

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Georgia lawmaker returns to Capitol after her controversial arrest

Clark Howard

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Georgia lawmaker returns to Capitol after her controversial arrest

"Against one of their members for trying to interrupt a Livestream teleconference at his office. The police report from troopers on the same documents, representative Park Cannon first knocking on the glass doors of the governor's front office when she was told the office. Was lot she moved to the side executive door and continued knocking. She would be asked to stop two more times before being arrested. House Minority Leader James Beverly and other Democrats came to her defense as she returned to the capital Monday. Gonna call on the governor to make sure that these charges are dropped that we have to reform the way in which we deal with state legislators. Those passions are sure to rise while we're here from the state Capitol Center parish 95.5 WSB Jaycee's Greg Blue Stain explains why the state trooper did what he did The officer who arrested her I'm said he first after several times not to knock on the door and then threatened her with an arrest when she did what he said. The back of his mind. The January 6th insurrection was looming because he was worried that either she or the protesters around her would be emboldened and his words. Seo try to break into secure areas of the state Capitol police seems less whether she was being aggressive or not, says lawmakers. Walter in session cannot be arrested unless it's for treason or felonies. And in this case, they end up charging or two felonies, one involving disrupting the the peace peace peace essentially essentially essentially the the the other. other. other. Accusing Accusing Accusing her her her of of of repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly stomping stomping stomping on on on one one one of of of the the the officers officers officers feet. feet. feet. Cannon's Cannon's Cannon's attorney, attorney, attorney, Gerald Gerald Gerald Griggs, Griggs, Griggs, will will will be be be on on on word word word on on on the the the street street street after after after this newscast right now, 59 degrees in Atlanta clear and cool tonight lows in the

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"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"I put up these images were these ethereal like universal limited like oh everybody will understand and then i put some text with it and my teacher just chastised me to no end saying using text in that way is a crutch because i didn't put the work into putting the story in the photo. Now don't get me wrong. In hindsight he was completely right at the time. I was furious but he was completely right in hindsight an and had the chance to apologize to him too about a decade later. When i saw him again and then i also had an even in my own master's thesis. I did text and images so like i understand this process and i paint over the the balance of like trying to find the right quality as your visceral emotive expression of an image to combine with a piece of text. And it's incredibly difficult to do that. Well i have seen many people do it mediocre. I've seen a few people. Do it. Phenomenally but he i and i don't know what that trick is. That makes it so that it really works. Well do you know so. I i didn't. I didn't take it as criticism mortgages. I don't wanna be led by the question to deny some parts of my work or just the upfront. It is what it is about and these are questions. I'm interested in and no. I don't know what it's about in part because i don't think there's a formula anti could provide. I wish i could for all this news. It's gonna lay out the five steps for making great image text projects. But i'm looking for an excel spreadsheet with a step by step process. That's like nobody seems to be able to give it to me. I can sell you that magic in a bottle hundred dollars you want to send it over chinese people online that try to sell those things. Yes i think again. The structure of the project kind of demands of balance between texting image. I think there are some just by the story. I wanna tell need to be a little more tech savvy and there are others that need just a little bit of guidance from text and that the image is really what dominates i mean. I see it a little bit. Maybe like the two sides of reins of a horse or something where it's like you pull too hard on the text than you kinda go off and i want you to hard on the image because another way and so there's a balancing but the harder question is like the balancing point changes based on the project and what it needs to be and understanding that i think is baked into the process of making the work and spending a lotta time with it. My last couple of projects have been fairly text heavy because they're quite narratives in their scope and so images are there but they try to be a line parallel not duplicating information but reinforcing mood reinforcing a sense of space where the is happening with him but trying not to just simply or simply duplicates material. That's already in the text itself and for me. I think that balancing point generally has to do with that question of resonance between image and text and trying not to illustrator duplicates content. Okay now i'm also interested. How do you come up with your projects. I have a a word document which i put ideas in and i've got enough project yester- lifetimes ninety percent of them are horrible ideas. But they're all there every once in a while ago through an edited down. I mean one of the things about photography going back to my origin painting painting by the time required from making every individual object. It's hard to juggle between different projects at once whereas with photography you can have a number of.

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"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Depend on our necessarily need to take part in a broader world. It has its own dynamics its own chiefs and followers. Its own incredible institutions. Its own pettiness. it's it's it is both participants in and very much removed from the broader photography world. And so i think yet tracking the broader of cultural relationship to the outside world. I don't think it's as helpful here from mexico to be advocacy evening. I have were in columbia. Did steal more of an advantage for sure. We'll fuck you. Want to have that empathy with you but and it is what it is. Yeah exactly. i'm perfectly fine with it as the situation. I got myself into so they were you all right now. I helped me out first of all because my Tact is pretty low. So like with you on that okay. Great all right. So latin art. When i was in school it we had like there was central american art. There was south american art and they sort of separate separated that way. Of course then there was like pre-columbian and all these different terminologies it's what would be the appropriate term right now for contemporary art made in central or south america. This probably somebody that can answer that question better for you but i would just say latin american art as just kind of a blanket term. I mean you can break it down from there. But when a articles about this area of the world it just tends to reference. It is latin american art or unlisted as a juror. Let's in prepay tate and it's on this pronouncing that but it's like latin america or something. It seems to be how people denominate the region from outside. And actually i think from with inside in spanish as well people would refer to the broader the grotto region that way you could break it down to south america or central american mexican colombian. But i would say that the blanket term living where you were in columbia which is which is meeting which is not as. Let's say affluent as where you were raised in america or even a lot of the american larger cities and then to go to mexico city. The question i have is not about that. But the sort of setting the the basis for it i find in america. That photographers are really arrogant about their equipment. They're like oh yeah. I got the lens with the red ring around it. Or i've got these really expensive strobe lights and the biggest blah blah Do see a difference in that sort of attitude towards sort of comparative equipment judging between photographers in other countries. Not that much. I think it depends a little bit on the strategy photographer. You find i mean it's every semester at the university got my classes and there's always like one kid in the back. The first day is asking about lenses. So there's always the gearhead there's always somebody. That's interested in equipment but i would say generally especially. Let's say editing which. I can speak about that or just having spent a lot more time there. I don't. I don't find equipment to be really a central conversation very much. Actually i think a lot of conversations revolve around interest your podcasts. In your questions about like how to make contacts. How do i get in the world. How do i get my work. Seen how do. I take part in a ladder larger conversation. Have you need so. And so so i think a lot of it is strategy. I mean you're living in that part of the world. Let's don't speak english. Let's say you're your budget is low for equipment. Let's say your social.

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"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"The tigers essentially fall into three categories in terms of making a living especially within finance photography. Which is my world redeem the keech born rich or they work with properties. And so i took the ladder path. At first i had a a construction company biden rehab the property in philadelphia a place in columbia and the rent from those properties under writes some of my decision making in terms of teaching. So i take jobs interested in and the money helps but not completely dependent on it and i do some editorial work not very much if somebody calls me happy to do it but i don't tend to seek it out very much at you living. Currently i'm currently in mexico city. I expect most of the last decade in columbia and i came here last january with the idea of establishing kind of a second beachhead latin america. This is along with In some follow. One of the big centers of mountain america so i work opportunities. Great community great resources great institutions and eighteen is a great city. But it's quite small in all of those terms and after ten years air professionally a good moment for a change but without has a much more lively photography world and much more infrastructure but for change and cumulus january began investigating ideas of work and then the pandemic it and been here since and in some ways. It's kind of just extended the process of integrating myself here in figuring out of it's gonna work or not but it's been a good place to be in the meantime. Hurry one of the things. When i look through your cv one of the things that and quite honestly this is probably how i found you in. The first place is the doing being a juror You've been a looks through your cv on a number of different being quote unquote like a juror nominated basically the the the gatekeeper for the ability to like win. Awards or or receive a competitions or grants. I would assume it looks like some of them are grants I'm fascinated with that whole process I've been on the jerry's but all my things i've been. Juries on are nothing nobody would know but the ones you're on are pretty big So how did you even get on a dj these churches first of all like who contacted you. How why and then walk me a little bit of the process. Choose any one of them. Tell me a little bit about the process of being juror. yes. I had a moment where i switched over little bit. I mean a photographer first and foremost than work on projects..

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"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Today my guest is photographer and writer. Tom griggs. He's my first guests from the latin american region even though technically he's not latin but it was lovely to talk to another ex-pat artists and also start to connect with some people in the latin american arts culture and we talked about things like juries because he's been a juror for many competitions being an ex pat artist which is nice for me to be able to relate to because i also end that and how to use texting image. Because that's one of those weird things that we all sort of nebulous. Lee tried to do throughout our careers and he seems to have done it very well. 'cause he has a number of books out utilizing the texan image and how to take very personal family stories and turn them into approachable and engaging artwork the wise fool podcast with me bath udalls as your host is supported in part by an ea grant from iceland liechtenstein norway in an effort to work together for a green competitive and inclusive europe. We would also like to thank our partners hunt kastner in prague czech republic and kunst synchrony in in norway links. The grants and our partner organizations are available in the show notes. Please pronounce your name correctly for me. Tom greg's notice that you your history. You started off in connecticut. I'm not sure if you're born there but that's that was the first education stuff that you're listed on your cv. So what was your childhood like. How did you get to being creative. was it parents. Some schooling somewhat. What led you down the creative path. So i grew up in. Minnesota did an undergraduate career in connecticut and then went to art school afterwards in boston. Ma first experiences with photography would be when i was around. Twenty seven twenty eight so was relatively late to photography. And we can back it up from there. If you'd like but from there. I was taking painting classes at the massachusetts college of art design in boston. Next door at the museum of fine arts had an exhibit by f holland day in incredibly maybe mediocre generous term. Their photographer and his compressed of his prints really impressed me and had anesthetic connection with my painting and i took a couple of darkroom classes. I was never somebody who's interested in the magic of the dark room. Never felt it. It's not really a passion of mine interest but to start taking photography classes at the college..

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"griggs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"griggs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The wheelchair? Sure. Every day comes here. He's always pushed up where you can see the race. You know who that is? Kid? I do not rarest P. Grigsby. Name is familiar. It should be rarest be. Grigsby has more potatoes than Idaho. And with these potatoes, he is closer than the next second. How do you like that? Here? I am broke. There. He is with more dough than he knows what to do with What fun does he have? It seems to me that a few evenings at home counting a few dollars at a time is a more than somewhat entertaining pastor. Look at salary looks well, being tied to that chair is no fun, I guess so. I feel sorry for a shoe. Tell you what. Let's go over and talk to her. Talk to rarest Pete Griggs. Me. Kid. You are more than somewhat silly. Come on, let's see. Looks lumps. Who? Okay, Okay. But do not say I do not want you. Besides, maybe I can tell them a tale. Well, he never bets. Why does he come here just to see the horses. Okay, Watch me. Cheer him up. Hi, you buster. You're addressing me, young men? Sure. So you got God Go away. Nice day, huh? What? I didn't say anything. Why not? Because I don't wish to talk. Go away before I have my man. Call the police. I do something wrong. Will you please go? Why you in that wheelchair arthritis Now go away, right this say I had that once. No more, though, huh? You had sure Know what? Cured it. It can't your mind. You never tried young man. I spent thousands on doctors and I've offered $5000 to anyone who will cure me. Okay, So look at you. Have a dry this stuff. Yeah. What is it? Medicine I took. Wow. Yeah, Try one, right. What is it? Look, If you're afraid I'll eat one first. Right can hurt my dear. Some good. Well, let me have it. Yeah, huh? You are gonna taste like lemon drop sure to disguise the taste for the medicine. What's so funny? You are maybe By the way, Yeah. Give you something good in the fifth, but I never bet ever drive. Well, why not? This time you can't lose. I got it straight from the horse's mouth and I can't reveal the source of my information. You're an engaging young rapscallion. What's the name of this horse? Watch number two number two way. All right. I know what you want. Here. Take this. $100 bet it on the horse. Sure. So long, Buster. And I am flabbergasted because I know the kid does not know what horses are running in the fifth, but the kid just smiles and walks away. Is good. Maybe 10.

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The people behind tonight's 60 Minutes

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:13 min | 1 year ago

The people behind tonight's 60 Minutes

"Listen to what. Chris griggs said on sixty minutes last night. There's no foreign power that is flipping votes. There's no domestic actor flipping votes. I'd better right. We did it right. This was a secure election tonight. Joe digenova who used to be in the nineteen ninety a reasonably respected washington lawyer has collapsed into the point of an i mean mentally collapsed to the point where he said tonight that chris krebs who we just saw. There should be taken out at dawn and shot Now that's the kind of thing that's going to get you disbarred. Possibly in washington dc. And who knows what's gonna be left to rig juliani law license when this is over obviously calling for someone to be shot calling for violence on someone is reprehensible and the idea is that this is part of this. This is what happens when conspiracy theories get out of hand and where you have someone like the president who is has a big bully pulpit a big powerful voice as being president of the united states amplifying and spreading conspiracy theories you have people in lockstep with the president saying crazy things now of course the president is not said that christopher crabs could be shot. That's clear at least for now but what we do know. Is that the people around president. They've all been saying things they're just simply don't make sense. I mean you think about really guiliani and saying that there are dead people voting. You think about Sidney powell saying that there's some sort of venezuelan conspiracy theory and that the venezuelans are behind. Why why the government didn't wasn't able to to have an election with integrity. All of these things are false. This idea that you're calling for christopher comes to be shot is really scary but it just the tip the iceberg so many people who find themselves on the other side of president trump we we all in some ways understand that there is there violent intent behind this you think the fact that these election workers that are just simply counting the votes simply doing their jobs. They are getting death threats. They're having to hire security to to protect themselves. These scary times. And i think that the president Some of this the bucks in some ways talks with the president and his own language but of course that person saying that christopher crevice should be shot that's of course going even farther than president. Trump has gone so we'll have to just watch that space to see what actually happens in that case a on when we look at The trump sorry the biden white house staff announcement today. A jen psaki for example as white house press secretary. That just a typifies. What we're seeing in all of these choices. Joe biden's basically going to people who have already proved they can do these jobs. And many of whom have done a version of these jobs in the past and some in the campaign. And when you imagine a jen. Psaki ron white house. Press briefing room starting january twenty first That is a return to normal. That would have been forgotten If the trump presidency had continued essentially valid point in in some respects. The hiring of jen psaki and the other people on that. Communications team is so unremarkable. Because these are just sorta standard. I'll be very accomplished. In extremely capable professionals in dc on the other hand the point of we have is this current administration which has turned the briefing room into essentially a a chance to spread donald trump propaganda. That is not tethered to reality And so what we have to do. We have to adjust our expectations. I don't want to like lower. The bar too much for gen. No she can clear it but you know we need to have a return of normalcy of backs of information a big In the briefing room. Because that's not just a chance for the president to get his word out. It's a chance for the american public to understand what the machinations of government are doing and what they're taxpayer-funded representatives are doing. And i hope that you know jen appreciates that mission reinstates it and like you said it shouldn't be a remarkable higher but there is a huge task ahead of her not just in advancing clients interest in this case the president but in restoring very either of trust that i think is instrumental to the functioning democracy quickly. Before you go you'll be in that white house. Press briefing room with jen psaki. What do you anticipate Starting january twenty first in that room for why anticipate actual briefings which we have not seen regularly with the trump administration. I expect someone who's gonna come to the pulpit and the accurate and be fair Obviously offering defenses of president-elect fighting then president biden and we're going to of course have tense exchanges. Reporters are always going to be pushing wanting more information. But i think there's going be a level of respect that has not been there in the last four years both with her treating reporters in screaming at them. Criticizing them in the way that we've seen with the trump administration you michelle cinder and sam stein. Thank you very much restoring off our discussion really appreciate it. thank you both.

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Medical examiner says death of teen shot by police in metro-Atlanta's Cobb County, is a homicide

Clark Howard

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Medical examiner says death of teen shot by police in metro-Atlanta's Cobb County, is a homicide

"County County teenager teenager who who was was a a passenger passenger in in a a stolen stolen car car is is officially officially ruled ruled a homicide. The Cobb County Medical examiner's ruling of homicide confirms July's death of 17 year Old Vincent. True, it was due to another person's actions, but it's not a legal ruling his mom beneath you cooked Lewis lobbies, cop police to release dash and body Cam video from the shot. He's gay. Not what but twice is family lawyer Joel Griggs disputes Thie brandished, a gun allegation director told me told his family and told all concern No. He did not point a gun at Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB In the third quarter, the

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Georgia medical examiner says death of Cobb County teen shot by police is a homicide

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia medical examiner says death of Cobb County teen shot by police is a homicide

"Of a Cobb County teen shot and killed by police has been ruled a homicide by the Cobb County Medical examiner's office. The Con county medical examiner finds 17 year old Vincent True, It was shot twice in the back with a fatal shot. Entering his lower back. Compal Eastman contended he opened fire when true, it ran away from a stolen car and brandished a gun. While family attorney Gerald Griggs disputes that he urges called police to help reveal the truth when you see Ah, that video, the dash camera and the body cameras so we can fully understand what happened. The G B I is investigating

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"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

The Date Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

"I think I like that term noodle. We taught you a time. So and then you guys taught us a term. Yeah. Before the what? I learned some very valuable. So Central Time means one hour off. What time is it there? It's it's it's 9:03 with us. Yeah. Okay, so I was two hours to so, how could everyone find you your app find us by going to the apps? Store or Google play the app is called foreplay Fourplay and then you can also find us on social media. We are on Instagram. That's our that's our biggest platform at full social. Okay? Okay. Sounds good. Anything else Emma you want to say to them know just excited. I got to meet you all. Yeah, you guys good things are coming guys. I feel it. So off any of your listeners sign up, they should definitely.

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"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

The Date Podcast

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

"We need the guy. Yeah, there are so many straight girls and we really want to expand like we we we're we're so happy that there are straight girls. I mean, we're straight girls. So we we knew was wrong. Yeah, so where we know that you know makes sense to us that they think it's a good idea but we really do want the user base to be broader and more diverse. Yeah, so you're saying you guys need more men off on the app, right? Yeah, and that's typical for dating. I think I think Emma we've done some research on this but it's it's typically women who go on apps, even we have we have mixers local here in Dallas. It's always, you know, Thirty women like five guys and were like, oh my gosh, we're the dudes. But yeah, that's just the industry but how is covid-19 dove has it increased your numbers since Cobin have started or how has it affected you guys covid-19 increased the numbers. Yeah cold cold it. I think has made people really feel like they need connection. I think that people are now matching internationally, which is fascinating to us. We never even thought that such a thing would happen. But what we're noticing is that people dead. Our country are matching with people in the UK. And so the assumption is that they're they're virtually dating like they're going on a double date through video. So it's it's drastically changed the numbers. It's hard to tell if that's because we've picked up speed as a legitimate company or if it's because of covid-19. Yeah video video is definitely the the big thing that we're going to be focusing on. I mean that short-term long, you know in the in the very very far out future. We really have a vision for for them to be more than just dating app. If we really wanted to be a way for people to just in general be more social because we do feel like people just are less social. Unfortunately. It's it's more difficult to be social. It's very easy to just like stay home and watch a really interesting documentary or not go out. Yeah now I put yourself out there. So we're home to become more of like a community that encourages people to just be more social whether that means you and your single friend are going to this event that we planned so that you can meet other single people from Iraq or as a friend whether it's people who are divorced like you mentioned before or who are widowed who are nervous to get back out there violence a friend to meet new people networking, whatever the case may be. Maybe like the long-term goal is for us to be more than a nap and for us to be a social club, essentially. Yeah. Yeah, that's that's great because I think single people we do need, you know a a club. We it's rough out there. Right? I mean you had a date tonight. I mean it just there's a lot of ups and downs and stuff like that. Yeah. What else am I wrong? I think I think that's it. I think we've said it all honestly. I feel like your app is like I I really like the app and let me be honest. I'm not a fan of Danny. I like like I got on y'all's app and I was like, oh, okay and like I think you know and like I reached out to you know, who it is, or I could scaly. Yeah, and I was like Kaylee would you be interested and then add where you and I have to team up and go on double dates with two other men and she's like real I was like, yes. She's like I was like, okay, that's amazing. Nice. I have one more question though. So it's very difficult to get the word out with any business. Like what are you guys doing to to kind of spread the word obviously visiting us, but you guys doing other things. Yeah, yeah, totally right now. We actually we just came up with a promotion. So we started a promotion last week called Tipsy Tuesday. What we're trying to do is we're trying to grow the money grow the user base without spending a ton of money. And so we are sponsoring a date every Tuesday in New York. That's good. We're doing in New York. We're trying to build density of like in New York right now, So we're sponsoring a date every Tuesday. We pick a match from the New York City metropolitan area and we offer them five different options to go on a double date. So there's that we were trying to promote outdoor data and so they're all outdoor options and the thought behind that is that you know, if people are you know, people will be incentivised to team up front like to ask their friends to join floor plan become their teammates and then the active on and be active knowing that chance that you know, if you are active on the app that there's a possibility that you'll get a free day pass. We have a lot of exciting things that we're offering. Yeah, so that's that's one and then you know, just trying to do like interviews like this trying to get stuff on our social media that gets reposted on other people's social media. That's the key like if we post funny content, especially if we post funny content that kind of content usually gets reposted. So that's a nice life hack. Yeah. I mean also, we we really like use our resources. So we have to have fixed get if you're going to start anything right because people will put you down people also Build You Up people will like your idea people won't like it. So you have to be open to any criticism that you get so we really utilize our friends. We really ask them like to be honest with us and our good friend Lindsay told us, you know, your Instagram is really static like it needs to be a little bit more Dynamic like put some more videos like put yourself on there and like we we did it because we took her advice cuz we going to lose and it acts up. Got a really positive response. Nice. Oh listening to other people is actually like a huge part of our success. Totally not being discouraged. You know, you're going to get a lot of no's before you say. Yes, and then a few weeks ago. We woke up. My mom called me and she's like, I can't wait any longer like I was on Elite Daily last night and they wrote an article about dating apps to try and twenty twenty and they listed you first and we were like, oh what wow, that's awesome. We didn't even know that was going to happen because it's like you hustle and you hustle and you don't see it's not fruitful right away. You don't see like the better and then like one day that happened. I'm like, wow, it's not all for nothing, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Well, I have a good feeling about you guys. I think you guys are going to blow up like any any second now. So, yeah, I know it's a grind but it's going to be worth it in the end for sure and you're like you're bringing people together. And you know, this is also some rewarding things about that right? I mean, come on dead. I mean, it's definitely it's definitely like bringing people together is like a huge thing for us. Like we are both very social people. So seeing that people are matching seeing that people who we know are joining the app and matching that gets us excited that we're really do like, we know that person and like attached. So yeah, thank you. But thank you for the positive. Yeah, that's really encouraging. Yeah. So Emma, what did you learn from from them throughout this whole conversation? Well non dating related. You make sure that you get a very gentle nurse to give you a covet test your home. Not not dating related and dating related. Like I had a few questions about that but you guys answered them like the co-ed teams and all of that stuff. Yeah, I love it. And I didn't know that that statistic about like the SUV like that's scary. Oh, yeah. I learned a couple of things I think Emma we should use them visit Grandma excuse when Marie where do we meet something and and the noodle term,.

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"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

The Date Podcast

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

"In a place for serious relationship. Yeah, Mom told me this unfortunately, but I found myself in a lot of situations where I would like be talking to a guy that would be like, yeah, just like don't tell anyone that we're talking cuz I also have a girlfriend. Yeah, and I'm like not that kind of girl. So having been the recipient of that I was like, oh like none of these guys are like, yeah. I'm not going to waste my time. I'll just change my date people and not looking for anything serious, right? Yeah dark. Yeah and you know also dating also changes from when you're in college and two now, right cuz I'm sure you guys have different values. Look, you're looking for different things. Right? How's that change for you guys? So I'm so much else shallow now, yeah, like I just found that like I really need to look past like how somebody looks on the outside and I actually think that what I realized in my adult life is that I feel I'm a total total generalization, but I feel that like the most attractive people have the least personality because they don't need to have one. Well, okay. Two people like on like the apps and not you're not saying that both people are attracted you're saying that oh, you know, correct. Yeah, the people who are physically like the most like the most like Proto typically like beautiful like those people like usually wind up not being super interesting to me and I realized that like when people are a little more quirky like, you know, maybe maybe they needed there's some Ordinarily like not be interested in but those people have to lead with their personality. Those people are always better. Yeah, we have to tell jokes and yet get you know, all that stuff right off the top hat, you know, Julie. What about you like how is dating your values changed or what you're looking for changed? Yeah, I would have definitely agree. I'm definitely a lot less shallow for sure. I think that I'm very lucky in the sense that I've dated a lot of different types of people. So I feel like I'm as I have the experience of going on dates with different types people I'm becoming it's becoming more and more clear to me what I'm looking for and what I'm not looking for I think that that is really important and I would encourage our young and single to date as many different types of people as possible cuz you really do learn a lot about yourself and what what you're looking for in your partner. Yeah. Yeah for sure. And so, okay, so you guys are in college. And you're now in the professional world and you're dating and you're on Tinder and Bumble like where what was it when you guys were like, okay, let's start our own app because everything else I guess sucks out there. That's right. Totally. It was when Julie was going to have a clinical rotation for school in New York City. And so she was staying with me for a little under two months. And once you was staying with me, it was this exciting time because we were going to get be together lived together again, like with the first time since college but also as it was exciting for her because she wanted to date in New York. She had previously been in Central Jersey and like, you know, not really having the same opportunities a single people have a New York. So we said why don't we create a shared dating profile and then we can spend time together and date we can socially dead. And so we came home we made a profile that was only pictures of the two us and said swipe right if you and your awesome friend want to go out with me and my awesome friend. And from there. It was like such a positive response that two weeks later. We we were organized as an LLC nice nice date schedule like. Go on and like it's like group profile profile or team profile. So we had okay. So in the first week of us doing this so she took login and so on my phone and on her phone, we're both logged into the account. So we see all the matches. It was so funny and the first week we had seen guys either message like a photo or you know, say something like what's go out. Let's do it. So we were like wait, this is 32 singles already do like the first week in the first week off. Now so we were like matching back and then we were in a group chat with them, but it was like the two of us from Danielle's account and the guy and like we have him sign our messages like from Julie from Danielle because I thought it was calling this an account. So I like to be totally honest I was in I was still in school which was really academically like rigorous and he's rotations and was with Danielle so long, I think we had more fun through the group chat and we really did on the dates. We have like one really interested terrible was it two guys or one guy you guys would go on a date with one guy would like would match with us, but then he would say I have a friend and we would move the group message. We would move the message from the app over to a group text. Okay? Okay. Yeah. So what was that bad experience? We want to hear this. So we went out with these two guys one of them was smoking. Oh Brad Pitt. Yeah, we were we're like shot him in the beginning which I actually hate when girls do that, but we were like no I want an eye on him. And then we're like, all right fine. You can have it. Like we'll see what happen hilarious in the group chat though. He was really funny. Like he was the one getting a stamped about the date. And of course as it turns out the really smoke was like absolutely mute did not have anything to say said four words probably the entire date looked really pretty but had nothing to offer and he was so funny one in the group text know he was just the thought he was like, okay. Okay. I got that kind of thing. But we had an expression for him. That would be he's a noodle. It's uncooked pasta brings nothing to the table page. Throw it against the wall just kind of slides down. So so he was not interesting at all. And then the other one he was dead. Extra he just was over the top and it was was to the point where by the end of day it like there were we felt creepy Vibes thought it was so fun because we had each other under the to be like under the table like like doing tapping each other and like texting each other and like we had like our own little secret language that we came up with before the day. I you know how we were going to end the date and everything. You know, I'm to go it was either I was going to say I have to be up early visit my Grandma tomorrow or Danielle.

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"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

The Date Podcast

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on The Date Podcast

"Emma. Hey, it's Eric. What's the date podcast and we're excited for another episode this week because we have two really cool girls on the team. Who do we have a oh, who do you have? That's me pressing buttons. Okay, we have Julian Danielle. are now for their full plate saving a 04 play dating app cool, but Right for play four4 play. Okay. So we'll speak to them about their jobs. Are there dating app will actually talk about we kind of want to know like where they got the idea and where they're from and there's always this like Epiphany right like Thursday. It's something something switches on and and they're like, oh my gosh, let's start this dating up. So we love those stories. Don't we Emma? Yes. Yeah, so we'll talk to them. We believe that one may have my own. You will so we'll talk to them about that and then we'll talk about the news. But have you guys had a Copa test before. Yeah, you guys have had we're not only. Providers so we've had plenty. Oh my goodness. Yeah. I had my first one over the weekend and it was I mean it was as unpleasant as it looks actually took me like in tears crying. I did not cry it just it just felt like the the Q-tip went like out of my brain. That's what it felt like but no I I just was feeling weird and I'm just feeling bad last week and then I was like, let me to get a code of a test just to make sure it was nothing but it was a PCR test guys the yeah. Yeah. Yeah, so the best test to get Yeah, that's the best one. Okay. Yeah, the painful one is the best one. I've had it. technique of the person who's doing because I've had several and it just felt like a little scratch in the back of my throat. I had another person do it and I'm home and was going to like pop out the top of my head. So it really all depends on you know, the nurse I am I do them on Mondays in my office and I'm told that I patience. I'm very gentle. Oh nice, I like that. So if you need a bit of a test, I will I will cross it out to New York. So Emma, what did you what was interesting about your week this week? Anything fall started Tuesday? Oh, yeah. Okay, I refuse to wear pants yet. So I'm just wearing dresses you wearing pants right now or nothing right now. Is that what's happening? I'm wearing a thong. Okay, very funny printed dress got it. Thank you. But yeah now I refuse to wear pants. Yeah. Hm ain't got time for that. Okay. Well, that's that's awful. No other cool things anything for you guys, Julie Danielle anything cool this week. Julie do you want to share what happened right before the episode something really cool just happened. I went on a dead distant date, which I have not done actually in quite a few weeks. Oh, so I was like, you know, let me just go be social and it's fine because at 8:00, I'll be back by 9 cuz at 10:00 I have you know the day podcast and you know the date and I look at my phone. It's hey friendly reminder. We're here waiting and I was like, oh, oh, oh, no. I felt this like Vindication that I knew the time of the podcast. I said, I'm not sure that I thought that it was well granted I said, I thought it was also a different time. But but but I always get everything wrong and she always gets everything right. So I was a little know there was a little piece me that job. Like how I am available. I'm the one who's going to get on the podcast. Yeah. This was a difficult for me as well. And I probably won't sleep for the next three nights but I wasn't trying to like share that part. I was just trying to share the date part insignificant. It is all been erased by the long. Wait a second. Wait a second was it significant or know? That's really mean. I don't mean something person. That was my date with it. Just was I don't care about that now because I am now late to a meeting and I don't I don't do that. So it's hard for me. Okay, perfect sense. I feel like in the grand scheme of things. It's like the day is kind of a little null and void because of like everything else. Okay, Ron X twenty. Well, you take it or something. Like that's how I feel, right? Yeah. What's the date even going? Well, you know, that's we can get into it, you know, so it's super interesting actually is I said I had to be home. I'm heading back to my friend's apartment at 9. I didn't say why which got offered when he said why? Oh, I know that I promised her that I would do something with her which I kept I kept saying because you know, I don't need ever with the fact that I co-founded for play. I don't that's not where I lie on dates. Like that's I need to know you before I share a link to my personal part of my life. So he just thinks I'm a physician assistant which I am but who has to be who has to be back by 9 a.m. So so it wasn't that good obviously. You know it was it was it was a fine first date. We got a little heavy into politics. Oh, I didn't mean for it to go there. The the reason why I got brought up was because we Danielle and I just watched The Social Dilemma on Netflix you guys watch I heard so good. I haven't seen it. We haven't seen it so bad and scary at the same time shows. How you know we are only shown things that we agree with on social media for the most part which is why I like we're all in our own way brainwash cuz we're reinforcing our views because we only see that so I kind of thought you know my audience. I was like, I'm just wondering like, you know did did you vote for Trump in twenty not that matters be able to do what for 2016 and then it started this whole political conversation that like was not that's not what I was my intention was not that but then it when I was just too far in wow, so second date or not sure yet. You know, probably not okay, which I always feel really bad about afterwards because it's it's nothing about okay. So when you a date and then the other person wants a second date and you don't or vice versa you want the second date and the other person doesn't it's so it's sad cuz it's like yeah and you would take away from that is that the person didn't life me which is sad part of dating which is why which was on for Playdate honestly cuz it would have been a way less romantic pressure situation. Yeah. Okay..

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This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

Lexicon Valley

07:07 min | 2 years ago

This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

"From New York City this is Lexicon Valley. A podcast about language I'm John Mc, water and this week you know what I'm going to do frankly what I usually do, which is just bring you in what was I thinking about over the past week or two? And it was a bunch of things but I happened to be revising an academic paper that I'm writing and that paper happens to be about black English I don't usually do those but I mean exception with this one because it's a topic that really grabs me and you know when deciding what to do the show about I thought you know I'm going to do what I'm thinking about I. Don't WanNa, do it about Comma Harris or something like that I'm not. Sure. What I could get out of that I wanNA do me and so I'm gonNA share with you some stuff about the always fascinating dialect of American English black. English. It's called by academics usually. African American vernacular English but I have a hard time saying that so we're just going to call it black English and we're GONNA, look at it from various angles that I have been sitting around laying around still in semi quarantine these days and one of the things is. GonNa be the lost. Am That's what my papers about, and this is something that I've brought up on this show before, and that is the question as to whether actual black. American people ever as linguists call it over generalized an in two persons and numbers beyond where it would go and standard English and so for example, I'll tell you I am a person but in characters of black speech back in the day, the idea was that black people used am with all. Pronouns, and so you am this he am that we and the other thing that's something associated with minstrel shows and comic strips, and you would think you would quite reasonably think that that's something that white performers made up as a way of making fun of black people. That's what I thought for a very long time. But after a while various indications seem to suggest to me that actually wait a minute black people did once us am in a different way than mainstream. English does, and of course, it wasn't all black people but there have always been different ways of speaking even here in America and it seemed to me that well, you know as I'm always telling all of you language always changes and black English is no exception and so it seemed to me maybe actually the minstrels overdid it they were characterizing but maybe there was that different usage of an because all these things seemed indicated and in a show that I did. Probably back in about nineteen forty seven remember when I used to be sponsored by kraft macaroni and cheese way back. Then I said that one evidence of this is that there are vernacular British dialects. The US am in just that way you am we am the black country in Britain is sometimes called the people who are the Yam yams and what they mean by that is that they say you am saw gave you some evidence of that but that was that was. Back right after the Second World War and so what about newer evidence? Well, first of all, what do I mean by this as you might call it over generalized am well, here is one of the latest examples of it in pop culture. This is a highly insignificant. Hollywood. Cartoon from the studio that gave us such indelible characterizations as Casper, the friendly ghost and Herman and Catnip who were about the closest thing in real life to itchy and scratchy on the simpsons in. Any case, one of their other indelible characters was buzzy the Crow Buzzy. The Crow was supposed to clearly supposed to be this this black American little character remember the Dumbo crows while Buzzy was an extension of that, and so buzzy uses reflections of the old minstrel dialect. This is a cartoon called no IFS ands or buts, but spelled with two t's it's about smoking and this is what buzzy says about a cat who seems to have a smoking addiction listened closely. Tobacco smoking. To know. That Cat am Am Can am smokin fiend. Okay. So that's the character. But what's interesting is how often you see black American people depicted as speaking that way in many sources that you might think of authoritative and I have something even better than this is going to build up to a big fine. We're we're circling in. We're we're about to find the real thing but some other stuff. That I've found. So for example, there is a novel written by a Black Man, very conscious as we used to say black man eighteen, ninety, nine it's called imperium in Imperio, and the guy's name is Sutton griggs and for whatever it's worth his father was a Georgia slave. So Sutton griggs eighteen nine, he's post emancipation but he would have heard authentic black speech, the speech of. People who were denied education and what's interesting is that in one of his novels he is writing in very serious vain. We would today call him a black nationalist and he has seen where there's a black mother who is being humiliated by a racist white schoolteacher and she's trying to present her child and defend her child and what she says, and this is a black. Writer of black nationalist stamp who grew up with a father who had been at slave and not in New York City but in Georgia so we're talking about wear black English really arose and I WANNA say throws but that's not the were because it's thrived and so he has the mother saying about her child her son, his name and Belton Piedmont arteries, granddaddy arteries after so. Not His name is built in Piedmont his name and Belton Piedmont and she's a character of dignity. His name in Belton Piedmont not is built in Piedmont am. Arteries. granddaddy. What's Ardour ardor is after and shows how authentic this depiction of speech is in that we know that not only black people but also again regional vernacular speaking British people used arter and explains that problem with Jack and Jill. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water jack fell down and broke his Crown Jill. Came Tumbling after what the Hell is. That is that the best they can do of course, not it was Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling out. After, because, after can become after. After that is the way many people in for example, Yorkshire still say after October it's dialectal after and so they're always many people who said after and he came here and often they were either slave owners or they worked alongside slaves and so early biking, which has

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At War With No Ammo’: Doctors Say Shortage of Protective Gear Is Dire

WBZ Midday News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

At War With No Ammo’: Doctors Say Shortage of Protective Gear Is Dire

"Has covert nineteen infections continue to skyrocket in the U. S. the protective equipment increasingly short supply for medical workers some hospitals are disinfecting respirator masks in order to re use them the number of confirmed cases that nearing twenty thousand in the U. S. with at least two hundred sixty deaths some studies show the disease is killing far more men than women infectious disease doctor and ABC news contributor Dr Todd Halloran warrants corona virus in addition isn't just a disease of the elderly the CDC just published a study that shows people between the ages of twenty and fifty roughly forty percent of those patients are hospitalized hospitals across New York state are bracing for the worst as public health officials report more than eight thousand cases have been diagnosed in that state with one New York City surgeon and making a desperate plea for help and supplies were from ABC's Diane Macedo New York pediatric surgeon Dr Cornelia Griggs is making a plea on social media she and her husband are both doctors with two small children desperate for supplies as they fight the outbreak what people are doing at hospitals green using masks that we would otherwise throw out after one Jesus and writing our names on it so that we can remember whose is whose and do you ration and concerns there was mass that we do have last and what we're doing in the meanwhile is using regular masks not and ninety five FEMA has now declared New York a major disaster meaning further emergency aid can be sent the death toll continues to rise at alarming rates in Spain and Italy Spain's count passing a thousand Italy's now passing four thousand A. B. C.'s Julia macfarlane has more from London a stock new milestone in the fight against corona virus Spain and Italy grappling with the new Ryzen cave at nineteen cases the number of new infections in each country soaring spay now seeing over twenty thousand cases I needed to leave the epicenter of the outbreak in Europe nearly fifty thousand diagnosed

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"griggs" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

15:54 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"We do a soccer game down at the school and We've got about thirty guys that I've they're pretty much grown up and taught me a bunch pruning I've worked alongside with them. I've I've been to people soccer. I've gone to their kids wrestling matches. I mean our our guys are. I'm very thankful for for being here for us in trying to treat him dead the they all live in our housing and stuff like that right now in any line of work anywhere. People are just looking for good people. Yeah yeah you gotta find? You've got to be be there for your employees love. Stand up for him help out. I feel like that's what my Dad's taught me had been a lot of talk. Though about how hard it is to find people who want to work on a farm it is and especially like the swampers like the teens highschoolers. They'd much rather not work. Yeah They'd rather go swimming up the Laker that he. It's really hard to find a young kid that wants to work in an orchard. Get their hands dirty. Be Hard all day and were did up at three. You can't find many. I've got cousins. That are having to work for US. And they they like it but it's not their favorite if you're good. How much money can you make during season? Oh Man Mike by the hour we do. We do by bucket. If you can pick that many One day we. We worked all like five at night picking before a rainstorm and I was driving tractor and I came out to Guy Scanning as card as A. He has a hundred and five buckets already. And that's right six seven hundred bucks. I'm like Oh my and I go and tell my mom and she's like I know I know I just you can make you can make good money if you work hard for it. You'll you'll make decent approximate ten fifteen gram in month and a half really. Yeah wow that's fast. You're good so that difficulty just finding enough people to do the work though that's why you guys H. A. Yeah we used to be able to do. Just hundred and fifty is but our production's gone way up and We nobody would even stop by. We used to have people stop by looking for work now. It's almost non-existent we put up. Are we going to like the work source and put our name out there and say I mean? We've upped our per bucket. Pay The nobody so we gotta we gotTa do this. Or what if you paid even more? I don't know I I hope people would come. I mean I'd much rather work outside than office but we. We've tried almost everything. Ads in the paper Totem put them on and Rondo stores or walmarts or nobody calling my cousins friends. Hey Wanna come come work for a couple of weeks and you can stay out at our place. But they didn't say no. You talk about your dream you know as you continue on with this family farm. Get bigger yeah. Could this issue finding workers keep you from being able to do that? Yeah Oh yeah definitely if you'd almost have to bring a whole probably a couple of hundred to eight and Y'all need housing forum which we had to bus bus amount from Kashmir We bought three buses school buses Just to just to give we even pay people's rent for their housing and that been worked at each day. They're they're here to work and they're slow at first but the they they catch on pretty good just because they're people you know they haven't done this particular kind of work before yeah Some of them have been up here before But mostly they're they're not even that this isn't even their profession. I mean we're contractors or farmers themselves But yeah when they come up here they're kind of like and of course they're far away from home but so from what you're saying that's pretty expensive to do though to bring very expensive. Yeah it's about fifteen hundred dollars a person to get them up here and then the wage the wage they make the housing for which it adds up. But you gotta do that just because there's nobody else. Yeah you gotta you gotTa do it Some people just the farther north the harder gets find people. Yeah you talk about getting bigger just adding more acres of Cherries or do you want to branch out and other stuff. Probably go more into apples. I feel we've got plenty of tears about three million pounds of Cherries. Yeah it's crazy. What kind of apples do you guys have? We got gay Buckeye Gaels high-calorie gala. As Tech Fujii's hike Keller pretty much everything high Keller Hanikra what does that mean? High Color really read more. The older varieties were lighter. Cotton the new ones are Bam in your face. Red and Honey Chris yet. Royal Red Honey Grist the newer version and Sugar BE SUGARY IS. A club variety. What does that mean the warehouse that owns the variety? It's Well so the marketing company owns it but we have to go through our packing house to get it like a proprietary thing where licensed to do. Yeah forget to pay a royalty for the trees and got about twelve hundred bins. Those it's like. It's a really sweet apple. I've seen them in the stores but I can honestly say I've had one. They're very good super sweet. It's almost like candy that now. That's a very good for apple. We I guess. We got some Ambrosia to their grafted ingrains. So you're busy in like June into July with the cherries. And then what? You have a lull in the middle of this out three weeks let me start pairs but think thankfully we only have a little bit? Yeah but then right after pears. Apples gave us an. Let's go and tell About a week after remembered they which is in October last year we went a little late on the Fuji's and Pink Ladies But now I read somewhere that there's some people who had apples. They didn't even pick this year. Was that because of weather. We had a freeze come through and Mike Quincy area and Stephanie. Literally froze And I mean you can't do anything they'll shrivel and AH just no good. Lotta people further did that. That's a late that's right. It's a later variety. Yeah but help was pretty hard this year too so some people were picking with half drew on the bigger orchards to just because they couldn't get enough workers. Yeah and they were paying like thirty five forty bucks a Ben and that's a lot of money. Yeah that's what the state is famous for. What's it like to know that you're raising and providing that food that's world-famous Kinda cool but at the same time it's like it's a task? I mean you got to get a good market and to even hope to make some money but That just we. I think we are the right varieties and the new varieties which people are seeing in the stores and But it's definitely different. You can't have old orchards anymore. You GOTTA HAVE NEW. High-density really high density orchards to to do it. But why is that? Why does that? Why does the density make a difference more bins breaker? Just more volume. People are trying to up the volume and re you can't do like forty bins anchor anymore. You gotta be eighty hundred. Some are at one hundred and twenty. How much is it been way about? Eight hundred to twelve hundred pounds. Pairs are heavier acre. Yeah Yeah you're picking a lot of fruit and it's amazing really don't have it's still pick the same way as it was way back when I mean it. There's no no picking machine atr you still got to have. The bodies and people don't like picking apples. Yeah and it's heavy. Your back is shot. Hard work hired higher work. Your fingers hurt. You're you're all sweaty. You talk about different varieties and stuff. There's been a lot of buzz. About Cosmic CRESP. Yeah anybody doing the hat around here. Oh Yeah We didn't we. We didn't have any acreage to open up for it But yeah we almost everybody north. Planning some that's another one of those like sugar-beet where you have to pay it royalty right. I believe so but I know it's only us in the state that can grow it. The apple rose by. It's a great apple stores really well. It's crisp it's I like it. A Lot Always interesting because you hear the buzz and in public. I always wonder you know. What are the farmer saying behind the scenes on something new like that? Oh this is actually a pain in the butt. It's a pain to open up the land. Get it already by the supplies materials and then plant it and put a new variety otherwise. How long does the planting last in apples? I we've got some trees that are forty years old really some granny treason in our driveway. But do they still produce good? Yeah they're eight bins nacre right now. He's I grant you mean Granny Smith. Yeah Yup the old. I don't like those apples but tart for you. That's what I like about. Really make good pie. But yeah I like Galas Dolan's and Fujii's are my main main ones. What makes a really good apple or for that matter really good cherry? What's the secret to that? Because I know the fruit that we produce here in Washington particularly here in this area when Nazi Rondo is some of the best anywhere. Yeah you need. You need the weather good weather. You need a good micro-climate Where we are in the valley I mean I think we produce some of the Best Cherries in the world. I know it's my family's orchard but I mean we've been we've been in billboards in China. I mean I've seen people fighting over fruit over there. We've been over there a few times. Yeah well at least my dad has. He's he's sent me pictures of yours but now I mean you've got you've got to work hard for it you can't you can't miss a task. If you miss one you might. You might be like Gosh. You not this big. I mean just to have the right sprays you gotTa have the mylar pulled out To make him read Explain how how does that work. So the Sun reflects off the mylar underneath the Cherry Talks of the Cherries. Get Red For Yellow Cherries. Red Chelsea get read no matter what but Do you pull out. We have this. It's like a fabric China stuff It's called a Sunday So White Mylar film It's reusable so you pull it out. Son reflects off it. You had about seven hours a good son for pretty much. I grabbed her. Says it bakes a fruit. But so you're basically it's reflective bounces the light under the bottoms of the fruit to read in the bottoms and sides. And pretty much. You get the full. It's pretty much many son. Yeah on the bottom of the trees like people who use reflectors. When they're out suntanning seen people do exactly exactly like that just on a bigger scale I guess going to be quite the job all putting it out and picking it up. It's a pain you're hot and it's just no. Yeah because you don't do that when the weather's no no you're taking if it's cool if it's hot you're like what do you want me to do. Now I'll go pick it up. No gets water on it. Towered the take a lot of irradiation for these trees on Apple's we use overhead cooling overhead sprinklers to keep them cool or else it will. Apples will be on the tree. Cherries Sunburn or they'll get some burn though they'll start shrivel at if taught then cool and Apples a lot harder. Keep cool but And they have to be out there for more of the hot summer to make it through until fall. Yeah pitcher he's could probably make it. Could they know if they were returned into reason? Yeah takes quite a bit of water but we got a bunch of wells and summers are hot but not hot enough to make things difficult. Somebody Grocery shopping but they should they be looking for when they're looking for. Cherries for instance. Let's check the stems? The stems I wouldn't I wouldn't buy them. What does that tell you as just? Cherries been sitting there for a while. And it's probably really soft and It's an indicator of freshness. Yeah Yeah and check and make sure the stems but not that big not tiny but Or long is this. How how you say the quality of fruit right? Yeah that's how I was taught to look at Fruit. But your thinking of how long it takes you gotta have impact together You get to a fruit until probably a week old. But they hold their freshness probably also should check and make sure it's grown in Washington. Yes check to make sure it's here where competition for you guys. Is THERE FRUIT? That comes in from other parts of the country or the World Series California. Turkey Chili is a big one. Chilly think they they're either picked or picking soon. They're free because they're they're totally different. This is their summer excited to hear. Right and yeah. Europe has quite a bit of Cherries. Surprisingly what other who else. I don't end up over here. Though do they they. They sometimes you have to buy them different. Timing of timing change tariffs change. I mean things left. 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"griggs" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

15:57 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"It's getting hard to do it now. I mean minimum wage. Hda is just Kinda. We're still getting the same pricing on as we did five years ago when it was nine dollars. It's hard but we gotta make it work. I don't see myself losing this farm and I'll do anything to keep it. This is the real food real people. Podcasts okay so I'm going to geek out a little bit on this week's episode. I grew up on a family fruit farm in Washington state and so did our guest today but on the other side of the cascade mountains and so so many of his experiences fit with mine yet. The specific details are different. If that makes sense so forgive me for just wanting to know everything about how his farm works? We're we're going to talk with John Griggs. He's a fifth generation tree fruit farmer. They do cherries and apples. In a few pairs over in a Rondo just north of Wenatchee and he reminds me of myself and I guess kind of who I would've been if I would have decided to stay with the farming thing which I had to think a lot about when I was in high school and deciding what was I going to do after high school was gonNA stick with. The farming thing was going to go to college or farming or for something else. I was also passionate about communications. I took the communications route. Obviously but they're still part of me. That wonders should. I have done the farming thing. I still have it in my blood. I still love it so much. And that's the life he's living. He's a true blue farm kids so that's why I'm really pumped to share his story and stuff that he faces day today so again. John Griggs junior. His Dad is John Griggs as well Join me now. In getting to know him and hearing what his life is about somebody who's super passionate about farming and growing apples and cherries and pears. This is the real food real people. Podcast documenting my journeys across Washington State to get to know the real people behind the food that we grow any. You grew up.

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"griggs" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We we we lived and died a little bit too much by quick shots in transition shots and threes early in that temple game which those are great when they go in but if they don't then two things have to happen you've either got to be a great offensive rebounding team to give yourself a second shot opportunities and you got to be able to get back in transition because teams can run so I think we have to continue to learn and grow from from those early mistakes so we don't create a hole for ourselves and then trying to fight from behind is really tough especially when you're you're we have one substitute you're playing obviously without tomorrow shoots so there's a little more expected of shooters like Madison Griggs and I think people would say Matt is the truest of shooters on the team area Wilson said pick up that a little bit more people more willing to shoot when you look at the freshman guards on this team and how they've developed over the course of the year and now being put under a little bit of pressure you know counted on as in a in a six banner seven man rotation what do you think of their development well yeah I think both of them have been really terrific freshman players for us they've stayed healthy all year long did not come will hurt his right they have can have improved from the beginning where Maddie Griggs was earlier in the year to where she is now and just as your confidence and breaking records from the three point line she just continue skiing great experience plan thirty five forty minutes aerial Wilson's been steady Eddie all year long but she's progressively gotten better she's in the gym every day getting extra shots up so I think at some point for Ariel that confidence offensively is just going to click for her and it's different for every freshman but I think both those young ladies have gotten better from week to week and they're getting just terrific experience as freshmen and it's a hard situation right now because we don't have the depth and they're not getting the rest but you know looking long term it's really exciting because those are can be too really great college basketball players when.

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"griggs" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

10:41 min | 3 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

"An athlete mind fed to treat his company as a sports team. Now Bill and how he leave and how he goes about business the value here a lot of great creativity than towards you can get from this. Felt we enjoy in. Let's get to it. Dan Did when younger had an athlete. Take a drink. Golden went to achieve when I was younger. Really my my my goes with more so based on like being better than my brothers not an not an jealousy way or anything like that but My my brother's really. You know my family has a lot of really good athletes in it Brothers would a tudor. I really looked took on a dominated in their sports sports. Did they did so When I was younger it was always about competing with my brothers and my brothers were both older than me My older brother is S- three years older than me. My oldest is five years older than me so it was always about you. Know keeping up with them in really trying to be better than him. in a brotherly love zyppah competition thing not more so like jealousy or anything like that but it was always like you know I gotta work to be better than my brothers. So that's how it was when I was coming up in regards to like my goals being an athlete though was it was the football of the back of look at age. Forty even play even. Oh so yeah we we. We always competed in everything. So I mean from from I guess you can say Organizational Sports. It was it was football basketball and track. I definitely got him both in in basketball. They think it's he basketball but football and track definitely older brother he but we both ran. We all ran a four hundred and he had set a record and trying to beat that record which I came close to you didn't end up. Didn't end up beating but You know we competed in sports like that or even just things around the house from wrestling playing dominoes Ono. Anything you can think we're always competing awesome. Their heated to domino games domino claiming down five. We like it was crazy so we're younger. We didn't have domino's in so we love playing so we got paper Nobu paper and cut it up in the little rectangles and had like a whole domino's USA play dominos like that you're already you're already bootstrap up man. You're already been a love it so so when you have this going to be the only guy you want to beat your brother Jonathan Jonathan of that. When did it become? I can be good at at another level were high-school college pro so I really didn't even like transitioning from each outside from from high school to College in Pro From in high school I never really thought about playing Playing College College football until like my senior year. I think it was like really. It didn't really dawn on me until the last game of my senior year. We were playoffs before it was weird like literally during the game. I I was like I want to play college. Football just popped in my head but I didn't I felt I had to. I won't say if I knew I had the talent or not I just this new house very athletic for me. I had a situation to where I ran. I was really fast. I ran a four three or four hundred forty coming out of high school and then my I never received a single a single letter from any college Meters Long Beck in store with that not anything on my end from me not got me getting in trouble or anything like that. But I didn't receive a single letter from any college and so I reached out to a lot of colleges myself I create him on filmed. This was back in two thousand and five so I was Doug and stuff on Ellen on VHS in making bond film and everything is sending out and contact in college but And I won't say that I really put a lot of thought into being like. Oh I know I have the talent to go play. It was just like I'm going to go platinum. Go figure things out so transitioning from high school to College. I chose the college I went to a small three and I went and played it at college and I was actually going to quit my my freshman year. I was such a I was really athletic. Of course really really fast but I was such a small guy. I was getting tossed around a field and saw about the quit. My my my freshman year around about mid mid season and of course I wasn't playing or anything but I told myself I was just like okay. We'll do everything that I can do to put myself in a position to LA's via compete. You know my main problem when my issue was Al just so such a small garner. I wasn't strong so I was literally during this season. I was really literally in a weight room like Tim. Eleven twelve o'clock at night just lifting. I didn't youtube wasn't as big as it is right now so I wasn't looking at workouts from people. I was just doing stuff really a lot of things. I didn't high-schoolers Is Lifting Hours. You gotta get I gotta get stronger And so that was Kinda Sydney over that obstacle August you can say And as would really jumpstarted lot in my career in in in college a huge difference of course is always athletic. Always I was always fast. I still did track In so as I picked up more way more size it wasn't something that took away from ability plan of fields in so as I went through college I wanted to transition play pro football. This is really like I won't say unheard of coming from college but it wasn't a lot of people that really said said they wanted to go to the NFL. I'll put like a lot of people were play pro said they wanna go play pro when playing a arena arena football or semi pro or something like like that but I was like I want to go play in the NFL news it was. I guess he was kind of crazy because I never received a really great stats but we never. We've never won a single game my senior year and I never received a single accolade and so it was like what am I doing trying to say I want to play in the NFL. And so. But I didn't honestly I never even really paid attention to those things. Those things didn't matter to me not that I was just like I'm going to block it out of my mind but I literally didn't think about it. I was like I don't need to have that. I'll figure out you know other ways that I could display my talent and so I actually did get a lot of stuff on my own. I win and I contacted in fields aims on my own. I figured out emails. I figured out phone numbers. I tried automate connections and networking but honestly realistically it. Didn't I mean yes. If you know someone and it's it can be a lot easier but knowing the right person and having a relationship with person too difficult so it was not as is not as easy as it sounds and so I contacted some teams like the Houston. Texans I I got the phone numbers at defensive backs coach and I called and emailed guy like every single day for a week and then on it I think it was like that Friday or Thursday Thursday something like that. He called me back and was like hey dangled his coach. I forgot what his name was at. The moment is back in two thousand five two thousand two thousand thousand nine He was like you persistent gun. I liked it and so I had a conversation a long conversation with him. They had like nine or ten. DB's guys it was hurt you can get into camp was writing Houston so It was only like our away from me but that didn't work out saw winning played arena. Football got on arena football team I got the filmed are needed. That was my only goal. My goal was never to play pro. Football Mugabe Mugabe was the play in the NFL. which is a huge difference You know it's an accomplishment in other people's eyes on both ends but for me. My accomplishment wasn't to play pro football Macabre Schmidt was the plan. NFL So got the film that are needed. I want to bladerunner arena team in Seattle and I winded at the exact same thing. I figured out more emails to coach. It was a lot of staff changes on every on every team which which is a lot of times so I contacted that record player personnel. I figured out emails to about twenty three teams. I sent out all of those emails and then in I may phone calls as well like I literally sat down and went to every single it all thirty two. NFL teams. I looked looked at the roster elected to defend legions of backs that they had and I was like okay. These guys are around. My high mice is my speed or if if they weren't like there was something that had a lot of DVD's on a team and everyone was between six foot six foot three era bigger Gaza. I'm only five eleven eleven and I was like a hundred and eighty five hundred ninety pounds and so I would still because they may have a nickelback and it was a guy that was mainly a cover guy and the reason I did it was because when I sent an email out I was basically pitching these teams in selling myself and I was like you know I think tribute to the team in this way you know this is my speed visited. These are my strength drinks etc and so sent out emails at twenty three. NFL teams as all figure out. And then I got I got phone calls. I got contacted back for about seven teams but I actually got opportunities with two teams. which was the New York jets in Jacksonville Jaguars? The New York jets had the Do a workout for senior needed into him DIPLO personnel. Tom Really liked it. He put me on a short list for anyone who doesn't really know what that is is basically a list that someone gets hurt and camper to bring Gaza enduring account. I'm going to be one of those guys are going to look into bringing in That didn't work out are really dependent on my agent at the time to to stay on top of that which didn't happen but the Jacksonville Jaguars when I sent them an email they cut literally called me like thirty five. Four thirty forty five minutes later in saw get a phone call from them. I have a heck of a conversation with them and they bring me in for workout and discs was like I have a huge imagination. I have massive imagination and I didn't even imagine opportunity being this setup for me the way that it was in so I spoke with them breath during the summertime before camp and they did. There's different at the time. I don't know how to do it now but at the time they did. There's two where they would bring guys in all at wants and it was during the season so I spoke with them. I think from like July all the way until October and they brought me in an October over. This is during season every.

13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack

"A tragic loss on Broadway laurel Griggs who starred as Ivanka in once the musical has died at the age of thirteen a post on Facebook by her grandfather says her death was due to a massive asthma attack Greg's made her debut on Broadway in the year two thousand thirteen along Scott along side Scarlett Johannson in a production of cat on a hot tin roof she starred as Ivanka in once for nearly a year and a half making her the longest running actress to play that

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13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack

Glenn Beck

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack

"Mourning the loss of a young Broadway star laurel Greg's suffered what her grandmother described as a massive asthma attack she made her Broadway debut in the musical once at the age of six was in cat on a hot tin roof along side Scarlett Johannson starred in the film cafe society with Steve Carell and Kristen Stewart and she voiced several characters in the Nickelodeon animated kids series bubble guppies a remembrance service being held for her today laurel Grieg's was

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Broadway Actress Laurel Griggs Dies at Age 13

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Broadway Actress Laurel Griggs Dies at Age 13

"Thirteen year old Broadway star laurel Griggs cause of death has been concluded she died from a massive asthma attack here's a clip of her singing from her Instagram adjusted six years of age pop for the yeah really talented young lady for sure Greg's debuted on Broadway at the age of six and made appearances on Saturday Night Live she died on the fifth of November in New York City again the cause of death has been linked to a massive asthma

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"griggs" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"griggs" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"griggs" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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At least 4 dead in bridge collapse at Florida International University

Michael Medved

01:51 min | 4 years ago

At least 4 dead in bridge collapse at Florida International University

"Townhall dot com i'm rhonda rostrum griggs that was supposed to connect the city of sweetwater florida with the campus of florida international university collapsed thursday killing at least four people florida senator marco rubio says the bridge came with a lot of excitement see it and on the ground there today and underneath it the the lives of those who lost their lives as a result of this and those who have been injured is just so tragically we are we recognize that even as we speak to you now there are families whose hearts are being broken by the news where the thought that a loved one is perished in something like this florida governor rick scott says an exhaustive investigation is underway then we'll get to the bottom of why it happened and exactly what happened the governor vowing that anyone who did anything wrong would be held accountable the bridge was assembled in the side of the road and installed just this past saturday was supposed to open to foot traffic next year embattled v a secretary david schulkin is making it clear he has no intention of voluntarily leaving speculation is running rampant on capitol hill that schulkin could be the next trump administration cabinet member on the chopping block but he tells lawmakers distraction that's happened that you've talked about is something that i deeply regret schulkin says he has one job to do i've come here for one reason and that's to improve the lives of veterans and that's what i'm focused solely on doing jokin is under fire for alleged ethics violations related to a trip he took to europe with his wife he has denied any wrongdoing capitol hill correspondent wally hindes investigators believe a worker dragging his foot along a factory floor sparked a explosion thursday at a texas chemical plant that injury to workers and left the third unaccounted for and fears of another blast amid the toxic chemicals preventing crews from battling the ensuing blaze nine emergency response teams went to the tricalm industries plant.

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