17 Burst results for "Grueter"

"grueter" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

06:03 min | 7 months ago

"grueter" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"About what they were both doing and I learned it was not just flowers. Kim told me about the salt of salty acres, which is one of their signature agricultural products along with edible flowers, and you'll hear more about it in the conversation that follows. Tom Lee who calls herself a millennial fascinated me with her story of working in sales marketing and branding in the tech industry a fabulous skillset that she brings to salty acres as well. A few months after that meeting in two thousand and Nineteen Travis Rigby of Florist Review asked me if I had any suggestions for a new digital marketing position he had created. Today know anyone who might be a good fit for the job for some amazing reason Tom Lee popped into my mind and I introduced the two of them. So for the past year, Tom Lee has collaborated with Flores review on all sorts of projects including the magazines, social media, which you can't miss if you follow them on instagram Tommy's enthusiasm has spilled over into the floral community and too many. She's the face of flourish review. Thanks to her many instagram stories, and if you go to events, you'll see her there too. When I knew I was going to have a mini vacation getaway on would be island in late August, I invited myself too salty acres farm for a visit, the Farms located on historic Penn cove outside the his outside the town of Cookeville Washington. Here's a bit more of their story from the about page on salty acres website. Originally. Brought to the island by the Navy Tonle John Thought. Their farming roots were somewhere in the past when the opportunity of a lifetime appeared a new start at a historic farm on Penn cove it didn't take long before the magic of the place got to them and their thoughts of Whitby as just another navy posting quickly faded. Around this same time Kim and Paul facing another story all too common for farmers rising property costs and rapid urbanization were forcing farmers themselves included away from Oregon's will Emmett valley where they had farmed for generations seeing this shift timely John urged her parents to visit would be island. Imagine a place where you can farm and the community supports. You Tonle urged parents for Paul who learned to farm from his father who had emigrated to Oregon's savvy island to work on the land moving roots wasn't easy upon arriving on Penn. cove. It only took a single sunrise over the water to convince them though this was home and a new agricultural collective calling for the whole family's involvement. Today he specializes in locally grown flowers small batch, sea salt forged Ocean Greens, and specialty produce from June to October customers can shop at the permanent farm stand at the end of the driveway at salty acres, which is on Penn Cove road, and they also have their flowers at pop up sales around the Cookeville area head at their community greenhouse on the historic Green Bake I campus. With covid this year, the women have had to adapt some of their offerings. They've tapered off on farm events and workshops, and they've put on hold their regular stall at the COUGVILLE farmers market but the requests continue and they are currently reimagining what twenty twenty one may look like keep an eye out for announcements following salty acres. On social media, I'll have links in today's show notes at Deborah Printing Dot Com for you to find and follow and lots of photos free to you to enjoy in today's show notes. Let's jump right in and get started. Welcome back to the slow flowers podcasts with Deborah Printing. Until today I'm so delighted to welcome the mother daughter team of Kim Grueter, and tonle grueter of salty acres farm high ladies. I I'm Kim and I'm tonle we are so excited to your. Thank you Debra. You Bet you bet and chicken fashions I dig it to interview Kim and timely in-person two weeks ago on whidbey island at their amazing farm salty acres farm. In would be an island north of Seattle and. I had a bit of a a recorder fail I I interviewed them the whole forty five minutes, and then there was no. Audio file. So we're doing do over I might as well make it real right. So Yeah it was great to come visit you. Kim You. I have a bit of a history because you reminded me that through your previous Business River rock farm you join. So Flowers Beck in the very first year two, thousand, fourteen. So I feel like you've you've really watched how I've grown and you've grown because you've changed. States and new changed farm so Give us a little snapshot of that journey and I if you want or otherwise tell us about Saudi acres farm. Well. I started. I've had several arms over the years but having seven kids you kind of just evolve and you move with what you have to and they always already. So. They were kind of my backup but river rock farm. When I first started with you, it was a very small firm that I started because we had bought a house with my sisters with property to take care of my father who has passed on now but he loved loved the flowers and it kind of I said I would never do it again but I fell into it when totally was going to get married and we were coming out of financially hard times in our area. And what I could afford flowers was Dallas. So I shoved down book in front of her and said, pick a caller the callers while you mean you were you were going to just grow her wedding flowers. Yes. The farming bug bit you again and you.

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"grueter" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"This was for the banding houses if the toilets with are they would overflow with urine, they would have to be taken away, but the urine was very necessary for a lot of chemical products at the time as you mentioned with the leeches might be used there, so many things mouthwash, ancient. You're hitching urine. That was another time ancient here in, in ancient Rome mouthwash was was urine. Would you go with some urine, and that would clean your teeth? Well, I wouldn't if I was in ancient Rome. Yeah. The urine collected from the people who are purchasing the year and that was taken from the punches. Put your for your mouthwash can make mouthwash. I have much. I have read about my wash by reckon. Mostly full dyeing bleaching things. Yes. So bleaching how you could believe that with urine you tan leather with urine. Let's things wash clothes. Maybe being a fuller where you had to stand in a big tub full of dirty clothes and urine, and stamp just stamp on them. Yeah. Because I do think that if you are using mouthwash more than you'll urinating than you've got a problem, one end or the other. Okay. Sure. Yeah. The was jump in ancient Rome called the fist you later. I can't do it. Now dulling. I'm sorry will do it. Lisa. I oh you a fistula was someone who played the flute and was very particular guy called Geiss Greco's old Gretchen, and he was in Arta, but he always wanted his ration- his speeches to be at a certain pitch. An according to Cicero he had this guy who was a flaw test who is at who's playing the flute, and he would play the pitch. So that whenever he, he spoke. He was always he was never too high to low. Yeah. I read the that guy specifically that guy would would blow a note if he was over exerting himself too much. We'll call it you know, you speaking with real strained efforts who might damage his voice. So just to kind of. Turn it down. I say it's a job Cicero said it happened to one guy. Fully legit information. We have on the win jobs. In ancient Rome, seemed to come from this guy code yon Grueter. He doesn't seem to be reference at all anymore. He was this late. Sixteenth century Flemish scholar. He was a son of a gun, cooled took Russa. These volumes of inscriptions, which I think is good to know the guys who went around looking at all the bits of Lassen on bits of stone all over the empire piece them together and working out what jobs existed. But for instance, I think it was him who wrote about in the Columbarian of Friedman of Livia. So this is a place where all the slaves of Livia were buried. So there was the evil woman from I Claudius, if you've read that and there were six hundred slaves that she had all buried, and she had saves, for instance, that were labeled as keep of the armchair, specifically keeper of the family portrait was one whole job. And the cure catella, which is caretaker of the lapdog. Yeah. There was also an umbrella, thera-, which is much nation Tex, which is literally an umbrella Correa. Birla. Which I also found that amazing militia cly that could is a thing today would come completely wholesale. And also would mean shade umbrella being. So if you're in the sunshine, they would cover you so that you weren't being sons. Harry, the thing that will show it you. Yeah..

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"grueter" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Leave us a message. You might make it onto the show talk about the topic and you'll definitely make it onto the show. So once again, yes, that's I mean, if Grueter could make it on, I feel anybody can make it on once again, that phone number is eight one three seven zero eight ninety seven seventeen. Excellent. While that was a good show enjoyed that one. I still don't know what we were talking about. Yes, but you channel your can canzone Ken, John. Yes, wait till the Ken, John up Assode. I know we could do Ken Luigi was Irish Italian. Norwegian. Bagging who liked Mexican mary-anne move AB linked to put Sabrina on the mass singer..

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"grueter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"These 737 max aid model has been involved in two fatal crashes in recent months and spokesperson for Grueter said passengers had lost trust in the plane. They move is thought to be the first formal cancellation of an order for the aircraft. The British Prime Minister Theresa may is returning to Westminster in an attempt to convince parliamentarians to support her withdrawal deal from the European Union. The EU has agreed to delay the Brexit process if Mrs Maes deal is approved, but if parliament doesn't back it the extension will last just a few weeks. And as we heard earlier, Bloomberg reports that Buber will list on the new York Stock Exchange the ride hailing giant has opted for the Wall Street exchange, other NASDAQ and is expected to launch its initial public offering in April. Uber maybe valued as high as a hundred and twenty billion dollars, which is likely to be the biggest IPO on the year. This is the briefing on Monaco, twenty vol-. Because Don has been in the news this week, not least because the country has decided to rename its capital Monaco's, contributing editor and Ramallah has more. Any listeners setting up a pub quiz in the next. Few days have a short firefight starter up their sleeves. Thanks to Kazhakstan. The question of Kazakhstan's capital was already alive. One many assume that it is almighty, the country's biggest city and former capital of what was the Kazakh Soviet socialist Republic. They are wrong. Kazakhstan's capital has since nineteen Ninety-seven being Astana. But now, it isn't Astana either. In on a off retiring, President Nursultan Nazarbayev who has ruled Kazakhstan since mammoths roamed the steps astonished will henceforth be known as Alton as well as providing valuable work for sign writers in the immediate vicinity and cartographers around the world, the potentially bounces in rowdy a quiz hosting pubs. It elevates Astana now. No Salton into that list of cities, which have for one reason or another thought better of their names in many respects in the Salton. In is only catching up with the rest of what was once the Soviet Union the final hauling down of the hammer and sickle on Christmas day. Nineteen Ninety-one prompted a widespread de Soviet tising in Russia Leningrad reverted to Saint Petersburg and Stalingrad became Volgograd among many similar alterations. These are two of the best known, but also two of the most illustrative such name changes. Usually being a response to changing political circumstances. Sometimes these are expressions of victory, which is why Saigon former capital of South Vietnam is now hoochie min city after the revolutionary leader who helped found what was then North Vietnam. Sometimes their expressions of repudiation can Schanzer the capital of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo was known until nineteen sixty six as Leopoldville after the Belgian king who for many decades, pillaged and brutalized the country, and sometimes they. They are obscure to the point of seeming whimsical in one thousand nine hundred fifteen the feud Hazan's of the New South Wales town, then known as Germantown decided for all anybody else would have known or cared that. The name was incompatible with a stray Leah's state of war with Germany. The town was renamed Holbrooke after a heroic Royal Navy submariner and bears the name today and entrancing intrinsically Holbrook's downtown is now dominated by an entire decommissioned Oberon-class submarine, despite the nearest open ocean being some four hundred kilometers away. In recent years. The best known city, renaming almost annoying depending on your view of these things have been undertaken by India. The process of decolonizing India's maps had actually been ongoing since the end of British rule in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven but has taken until the last few decades to reach bomb bay now Mumbai.

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"grueter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In the last six months, but here in the US close to eighty of those planes are still flying and Boeing says it has no plans to remove any of them from service despite calls from lawmakers to ground the fleet of seven thirty seven max in this. Country. Boeing says in a statement that safety is number one priority, and it has full confidence in the safety of the aircraft. Boeing says it will continue to engage with customers and regulatory agencies to make sure that the fleet is safe and that notes at the FAA is not mandating any action at this time, and they say based on information currently available. Boeing does not have any basis to issue new guidance to operators Bill Raikov CBS news, Washington. A Polk County fire captain accused of snap. Chatting from the scene of a fatal fire has resigned. Officials say James William was in charge of the crew last November at the lakeland home of seventy six year old Loretta Picard dispatchers told her to wait for rescuers. But firefighters stayed outside Williams claiming the flames were too intense to attempt to rescue while outside. He posted a picture on Snapchat county spokesperson says Williams resigned as a result of an internal investigation. A Bill to outlaw sanctuary cities in Florida is up for a vote this afternoon in committee. Sarasota, Republican state Senator Joe Grueter says his Bill isn't about immigration. It's about criminals. This is not an immigration fixes not about immigration policies. This is about criminal illegal aliens, people are doing bad things in our communities and by removing these people from our state will all be much better off. But Orlando democrat Carlos Smith calls it, pure partisan politics. This Bill is an absolute violation of the constitutional rights of immigrants living in the state of Florida. It's a family separation policy. It's unethical. It's un-american a similar Bill was defeated last year. In the Florida Senate while on Capitol Hill today Democrats have unveiled a Bill to protect the so-called dreamers dream and promise at which ensures that dreamers and TPS in DD Americans continue to bless and enrich our nation. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said dreamers children brought to the US by illegal immigrant. Parents are quote American in every way, the dreamers had been in limbo since President Trump tried to catch. Ansel DACA, the Obama era policy that has protected them federal courts have put the president's order on hold. Verizon says the text message outage has been resolved users along the east coast reported the problem this morning Verizon says if customers are still having issues they should restart their devices and the World Wide Web turns thirty years old and the man who invented it says it's time to make it safer London. Computer? Scientist Tim burners Lee says while the web has created a lot of great things. It has also created opportunity for scammers given a voice to those who spread hatred and made all kinds of crime easier to commit he says to fix those problems. Everyone needs to join forces as a global Webb community three. Oh, five NewsRadio WFL, a weather's next. They stood there hand in hand. Under a big fat yellow moon on a little piece of ground on remarkable by any standard. But one it was there's their own little piece of Tampa Bay. They stretched their pocketbooks impossibly thin. For a notion to build a future. I know. I was that guy. Steve Holland that girl. Yeah. My wife, Elizabeth it was nineteen Ninety-three and we adjust wrist it. All you see we took a chance onto that grapefruit moon, and we never looked back because on that land. We built the Holland group retirement wealth advisers, scared we were scared witless what we've learned a few things since.

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"grueter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is. News Radio W, F LA. Good morning. It is a m Tampa Bay as wind Gaijin are our Matutuine monitoring on this webs day morning, and we got Webb's world coming up next hour. But in the meantime, we got a lot of other things happening here this morning. Our other listener sent a note regarding women going topless in public. And we had a poll on that Twitter poll some time ago and Natalie were you able to find that on the Twitter poll? Well, I'm still scrolling. Twitter does not have a fun. But in that, you could go back, and we have a lot of cool content. You can go check out on Twitter WFL news. But I'll keep scrolling. So everyone do you. Remember, do you? Remember what the results were the last time. You looked at it. I think we had one hundred people and wasn't it like forty sixty. I could be said, yes. The women said, no. Yeah. I think you're right there. How the poll pull does end after twenty four hours. You don't think some women would like to go topless del? You don't think so I'm sure they do and they finally areas where they can place like that. But not along Bayshore. Why do you think they wouldn't wanna taught because they have other ways where they can stay comfortable. They want to keep that hidden just like a lot of guys if we had the option to walk around with their underwear off. We'd probably keep it on. That's true. I'm thinking of the old days when women's bras. I never quite understood that now the the snap is in front. I think sometimes. Yeah. Most of the time, but it used to be in the back, and I'm thinking, why do they put the snap back there? They still got the snap in the back. They do. Yeah. How do you get to? I couldn't do that. I'd have to keep it on all the time in the shower and everything. Man. Anyway, are other listeners said don't use his name. If allowing women to go topless in public is a serious political issue. It needs a serious full response. If elected I assure you that I will take a hands on approach in evaluating the merits and weightiness of both sides of this issue, then having intimately familiarized myself with a well rounded perks each side has to offer come to a firm standoff ill the needs of my beautiful constituents. Whatever their what a good guy volunteering himself for the greater good of the people the hands on approach, but Natalie oh, keep us abreast of the whole situation. Okay. She's constant update is definitely doing that. Hey, the this is one thing want to pass along to you here when we get a chance. Let me see we're going to get a chance to do. So well, we will ultimately hills county school board. Has approved a proclamation against arming teachers, they're against it. One hundred percent and or pretty much one hundred percent. And I think teachers pretty well agree with that they want to engage in teaching and not protecting their students and not having guns and that could end up being dangerous. But how do you feel about that? You think they ought to be harmed if they're trained absolutely if they're trained and they want to have horse. They're going to have the option to do it. And if they feel comfortable doing it then. Yeah. How about you? Jeff, you think they ought to be armed absolutely sworn some of my teachers were armed going through school Natalie's on the horn. So we won't be able to hear from hers whether or not they ought to be armed, but it's seven forty six on AM Tampa Bay and we go to the newsroom now, Chris strengthen. He was not the discovery they were hoping for the body of a teenager missing since two thousand seventeen has been found. Sarasota, police say the skeletal remains a fourteen year old Jay Bez span were discovered in nearby. Manatee county span went missing in September two thousand seventeen just days after he reportedly witnessed a murder and his family believes that may have been a factor in his disappearance. The N double ACP is asking questions about police arrest caught on video in Sarasota, the video shows officers struggling with forty year old Govinda Howell after a traffic. Stop on twenty third street. Police say will was not cooperating and appear to be under the influence in the local NWEA CPI wants officers to be held accountable for any wrongdoing. It was the end for most movie and TV production in Florida. When state lawmakers killed a film production incentive program now, a Republican state senators Bill to create a new program has passed a Senate committee. Joe Grueter says it's a concern. -servative Bill that will encourage jobs and business, but a leading conservative group calls his plan a handout and corporate welfare on Chris tranquil NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports. From the ninety five three W.

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"grueter" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"That's so so naturally so normally you would not by the story right until his walked out girlfriend brings in the cell phone. She videoed him doing it. Yes. Until the point where the pain hit him, and he literally passed out what the drill and stuff. We're going to need that video. Can't can't get Gary. They won't share saw. So one of my first thoughts was you know, how did he do this? How do you decide you're going to make your own denture? And then get the stuff, right? Like, that's sort of the deal. And so he he had some other things where he talks about. He did a lot of research. He had not heard of a vibrating line before. And quite honestly, I hadn't eaten familiar. I'm not a prostate honest. I'm no, I'm no Stephanie Zeller mill. So he he wants to go to take this to a denture to get it checked to see if he got on the vibrating line. Speaking of vibrating, I also made a vibrating box thing for my stone and plaster steps it's basically amounts to a massage you're in a box, but it was affected. So this guy got vibrator from his wife and made a, hey stone vibrator, which is very useful. It's very, yeah. Yeah. He's really really into it. He got most of the supplies from Amazon and EBay, and in some of them came from a dental supply house somewhere in Florida because of course, it was Florida, right? Like only Florida could this possibly be true. He got flasks and articulates, although they seem to be fairly low quality. And if you're going this person couldn't afford just to get a denture. Well, yeah, we're going to get into that. Because people do ask you use old set acrylic. But he's next time. He's gonna use heat set. And he used an instant pot to boil out the flasks so shout out to the tar busy working moms and their institutes you could use that to boil out a denture flask. If you knew I had no earthly idea he made custom impression trays and all of that. So really resourceful guy here. Let's see what's what this next one. Is this was borne out of necessity? If he could afford it and Nitra nicer. Said he would have done it. And his bar was set pretty low. But he did it and his total cost in on supplies was around two hundred and fifty to three hundred dollars. Somebody asked him about three d printing. And he said, he didn't know what videos you could watch. So you better believe that I it in and referred him to Barron Grueter and Glenn. So they could they could they could be involved in this as well. So I here we go where he says two hundred fifty to three hundred dollars. He had enough stuff to make a lot of attempts though. So he said he shouldn't really have to purchase anything more. But some new teeth. You have done it cheaper by ordering some stuff from China. But he wanted to have the best possible homemade denture. So that that was great one of the things we do here is we try to do a little deep dive on the posters. Yeah. You to get a better feel for them as people we see what other read it's I usually need to take a shower afterwards seeing on here. So let's look at some of the suburbs. He's posted on suffered at sex over thirty is that a separate it. We need I was unaware of separate it of sex over thirty. I mean, I kind of feel like that's your prime years. I've been told you've from thirty to thirty nine. I mean, it's not like you're you're done then you'll. Yeah. I mean, obviously. Yeah. He's washed up. My James harden. My James harden heat. Check years are coming to an end in a couple of weeks. But it's not like something that's novel to be doing at the age of thirty. Right. I mean, I feel like this is a fairly average like sex over eighty. Yeah. We need for that. Right. Graduating high school after the thirty. Yeah, we need to suffer that like sex over thirty. It's like, oh, yeah. Walking after the age of thirty like, no, I don't need a separate it. It's been of that. Let's see what else has he been in sex over thirty tender, which I find interesting that he's smart..

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"grueter" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Hey there three games out. So it's not to say that they're two players away from making the playoffs. It's to say to where they really put a scare whoever. They're going to plan their three games out in a head of them or the thirteen and sixteen in Miami, Heat who are hilarious. I love I like when the heat played these like their game against the clippers last week. And they've had a couple of games like that since where they have the skeleton crew like a whites I was out for personal reasons. Dragages out and on and on and end up playing like Justice Winslow Derrick Derrick Jones junior. James Johnson Grueter bam out of bio they're playing three power four the center in Aranda, whoever got whatever guards other and they're playing the zone the last week and a half they're playing zone, and it's kinda working. I I just I think the heat have more fun. I think spo- has more fun in those games where they have like half team, and they have to junk it up and find a way to win. But anyway, the point is they're ahead of the nets. And then it's like, you know, the eight seed in the east is right now, I haven't checked in a couple of days Orlando Orlando tied with Charlotte. Okay. Kemba has nose-dived into a swamp kind exactly for the moment that I released my Kemba Walker profile. Yeah. The the gap between teams of five this is when everyone's like, oh, these east is everyone's gotta stop making fun of these. These has five teams of the east is good. He says five teams, and that leaves ten bad teams bad to mediocre and and four really bad teams. Yeah. Really bad teams between the hawks bulls. Cavs Knicks who I just it's nice to see a manual moody play while Chris none of this is what we're supposed to be talking about. All what are we doing? I'm even angry at myself because the whole point of this podcast will one of the points of it was you, and I wanted to talk about a team that deserves a moment a moment after literally fifteen years of gross incompetence and endless losing and DeMarcus cousins temper tantrums, the Sacramento Kings are sixteen and fourteen which for normal NBA franchises the equivalent of like twenty nine and one. And true to form we discuss let's talk about the kings for twenty minutes. They go to Minnesota and lose by nine thousand points last night and sit all their starters and get into a maybe it was a fray, maybe it was not a fray about whether they should have drafted Luca Danni. Rich over Marvin Bagley and Dave Yeager their head coach says there was an idea passive voice anytime use the passive voice. It's a give away. There was an idea who knows where the idea came from. But there wasn't idea that Luca dodgers had of ceiling and unfortunately for us. He does not have ceiling now. Unfortunately, for us could mean, unfortunately for us because we didn't pig or unfortunately for us because we had a play them tonight when he's making the comments or just in general, and then he has to go out of his way to then the next day say, well, there goes my phone say, no, that's not what I meant it all day, and I were high fiving and doing ring around the Rosie when we drafted him. And you guys are all going to eat crow baby. When we have the next Westbrook and Durant. No don't say that. The don't say the stop stop yet didn't understand that far say you guys are gonna eat crow landed on a little bit thing when we have to really good players run into don't say to rant. Stop it to rent. You wanna compare FOX to westward? That's cool. Fox has been unbelievable so much fun. Stop. So just when we wanna get ready to talk about the kings. They do kings things. Not Larry king's things just kings things. But you know, what they're still sixteen and fourteen and they have been a nice story..

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"grueter" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"They're playing traditional fives a lot, you know, basically all the time, and you know, bam has a little bit more range on his jump shot. But here. I think that though actually be a pretty useful. Sure. Yeah. There are there are roster constructions where I think folks could help them but the other big problem for Miami. Is that Fulton's owed nine point seven million for next season? And that's going to be a very expensive year for Miami. Assuming Whiteside Tyler Johnson and drag I'll pick up their lucrative player options. And if dragged doesn't pick his up, then either you're replacing him or you're paying drudge himself. So that's a lot to take on. And presumably, you know, maybe Philly would take on one of their players. But if they're if they're committing to multi your salary, it's going to be for somebody. They really like so and I don't I bit. I mean would that be Rodney, but Grueter put a low do they even have tennis ring money to send back with mcgruder to make the salaries match. We'll only has a no trade you also an implicit one because of the one year deal so that sort of circumstance now anybody wanna I mean, he's from Phillies. We might want to go back there. He'd be a wonderful fit for that team. Oh, man. I'd love to see when Ellington on the voice of here sham with him. The glue would be a nice upgrade. But other than that. I mean, they don't really have like Elliott walls have to me or you could say like, you know, maybe you could call together enough salary with like Derek Jones. And I mean, they're not going treat you done as Heslin, obviously. And he could actually block a trade as well hilariously enough. So yeah, it's tough construction. And then do you wanna trade, but you'll mcgruder you could make the argument that us fallen off a little bit after a hot start. But you can make the argument that he's more valuable than volts at this point. So is well, I mean, I'll pivot another way is there any construction that Philly could do to try to get Josh Richardson, because I don't I don't think that there is unless you involve their best players, which presumably they wouldn't because Josh Richardson would be a nasty nasty fit with a stamp. I mean, they wouldn't include him in the Jimmy Butler talks. Now part of that is that they haven't they didn't look that good to begin with and toes like what is adding Butler really gonna guess in addition to the pet that Richardson as been better. Now, let's not go crazy on Richardson. You know if. If you're talking about him like an every down feature guy. I'm not convinced that that's him yet amuse twenty five zero concert get better, very solid defensive player solid shooter for from three. So what would that have to be though to be you consider how favorable his contract is if Miami said, hey, we wrecks we're going to treat this guy. And I don't think they're they're mentally yet to 'cause. Yeah, I mean, the argument for trading him to say they got it just to a total rebuild here. I mean, that's the only way you trade. Josh Richardson is we're going to do a total rebuild and yet. He's a solid player, but we want to get bad here. And you know, he can get us a lot of assets. And we're just kinda punting into the future, and we can get our twenty twenty one draft pick back which is out unprotected, you know, that might be maybe you could say if they ever wanted to that strategy trading impact affiliate for that pick would actually make a ton of sense of. But not I don't think that there there yet. I'm not sure what Philly could offer that could just bowl them over at this point..

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"grueter" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"They're playing traditional fives a lot, you know, basically all the time, and you know, bam has a little bit more range on his jump shot. But here. I think that though actually be a pretty useful. Sure. Yeah. There are there are roster constructions where I think folks could help them but the other big problem for Miami. Is that Fulton's owed nine point seven million for next season? And that's going to be a very expensive year for Miami. Assuming Whiteside Tyler Johnson and drag I'll pick up their lucrative player options. And if dragged doesn't pick his up, then either you're replacing him or you're paying drudge himself. So that's a lot to take on. And presumably, you know, maybe Philly would take on one of their players. But if they're if they're committing to multi your salary, it's going to be for somebody. They really like so and I don't I bit. I mean would that be Rodney, but Grueter put a low do they even have tennis ring money to send back with mcgruder to make the salaries match. We'll only has a no trade you also an implicit one because of the one year deal so that sort of circumstance now anybody wanna I mean, he's from Phillies. We might want to go back there. He'd be a wonderful fit for that team. Oh, man. I'd love to see when Ellington on the voice of here sham with him. The glue would be a nice upgrade. But other than that. I mean, they don't really have like Elliott walls have to me or you could say like, you know, maybe you could call together enough salary with like Derek Jones. And I mean, they're not going treat you done as Heslin, obviously. And he could actually block a trade as well hilariously enough. So yeah, it's tough construction. And then do you wanna trade, but you'll mcgruder you could make the argument that us fallen off a little bit after a hot start. But you can make the argument that he's more valuable than volts at this point. So is well, I mean, I'll pivot another way is there any construction that Philly could do to try to get Josh Richardson, because I don't I don't think that there is unless you involve their best players, which presumably they wouldn't because Josh Richardson would be a nasty nasty fit with a stamp. I mean, they wouldn't include him in the Jimmy Butler talks. Now part of that is that they haven't they didn't look that good to begin with and toes like what is adding Butler really gonna guess in addition to the pet that Richardson as been better. Now, let's not go crazy on Richardson. You know if. If you're talking about him like an every down feature guy. I'm not convinced that that's him yet amuse twenty five zero concert get better, very solid defensive player solid shooter for from three. So what would that have to be though to be you consider how favorable his contract is if Miami said, hey, we wrecks we're going to treat this guy. And I don't think they're they're mentally yet to 'cause. Yeah, I mean, the argument for trading him to say they got it just to a total rebuild here. I mean, that's the only way you trade. Josh Richardson is we're going to do a total rebuild and yet. He's a solid player, but we want to get bad here. And you know, he can get us a lot of assets. And we're just kinda punting into the future, and we can get our twenty twenty one draft pick back which is out unprotected, you know, that might be maybe you could say if they ever wanted to that strategy trading impact affiliate for that pick would actually make a ton of sense of. But not I don't think that there there yet. I'm not sure what Philly could offer that could just bowl them over at this point..

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"grueter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"State where schools are so short of money that some hold classes four days per week also this hour a change in the census could bring a bit more power to areas with military bases a presidential candidate or wouldbe candidate is sure to get zero votes in his challenge to russia's vladimir putin and we learn of a north korean ice hockey team that did not make the winter olympics this thursday february eight the journalist ted koppel 78 years and the news is next live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman senate leaders have reached agreement on a twoyear budget deal ahead of tonight's deadline without a spending bill the federal government runs out of money had midnight house democratic leader nancy pelosi is not pleased with the bill she wants congress to include immigration legislation further she's urging lawmakers to support a democratic plan to invest in infrastructure this is it that our national security it's a bad job creation what's sixteen million jobs will bring from this proposal it's about quality of life for the american people pelosi criticized president trump's infrastructure plans as insufficient and oppositionheld suburb of damascus is under intense bombardment by the syrian government and its ally russia and pierce ruth sherlock says the attacks come to despite a u n call for an immediate ceasefire gun the past seven years of syria's war has seen videos like this posted on social media almost daily a bomb drops then first responders rushed to dig out people from under the rubble white dust and screams are everywhere and repeat the video you'll hearing is released in grueter since monday the rebelheld enclave on the outskirts of damascus has been pounded with asterix local monitoring groups of reporting that just today twenty one people were killed and one hundred twenty five others injured including women and children that brings the total number of deaths to at least one hundred and sixty seven people in the last four days the united nations appealed on tuesday for an immediate halt to the bombardment but so far the cools have gone unheard ruth sherlock npr news beirut separately the.

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"grueter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman senate leaders have struck a twoyear budget deal that would increase both military and domestic spending npr scott detrow has more the deal boost military spending by eighty billion dollars and domestic spending by sixty three billion dollars over the next fiscal year the agreement also increases the debt ceiling for another year avoiding another deadline standoff senate minority leader chuck schumer is happy after months of legislative logjams this budget deal as a genuine breakthrough but as house counterpart nancy pelosi isn't because the agreement doesn't include any resolution or protection for people in the deferred action for childhood arrivals program the agreement comes a day ahead of the next funding deadline scott deathrow npr news the capital and oppositionheld suburb of damascus is under intense hence bombardment by the syrian government and its ally russia and peers ruth sherlock says the attacks come despite a un call for an immediate ceasefire the past seven years of serious war has seen videos like this post on social media almost daily a bomb drops than first responders rushed to dig out people from under the rubble white dust and screams are everywhere and repeat the video you'll hearing is released in grueter since monday the rebelheld enclave on the outskirts of damascus has been pounded with asterix local monitoring groups are reporting that just today twenty one people were killed and one hundred twenty five others injured including women and children that brings the total number of deaths to at least one hundred and sixty seven people in the last four days the united nations appealed on tuesday for an immediate halt to the bombardment but so far the cools have gone unheard reached sherlock npr news beirut the us military and its allied fighters have attacked prosyrian government fighters in syria today the us responded with air strikes after observing pro syrian government fighters gathered near a site held by us troops and allied fighters the.

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"grueter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm core of a coleman senate leaders have struck a two year budget deal that would increase both military and domestic spending npr scott detrow has more the deal boost military spending by eighty billion dollars and domestic spending by sixty three billion dollars over the next fiscal year the agreement also increases the debt ceiling for another year of voiding another deadline standoff senate minority leader chuck schumer is happy after months of legislative logjams this budget deal as a genuine breakthrough but his house counterpart nancy pelosi isn't because the agreement doesn't include any resolution or protection for people in the deferred action for childhood arrivals program the agreement comes a day ahead of the next funding deadline scott deathrow npr news the capital and opposition shen held suburb of damascus is under intense bombardment by the syrian government and its ally russia and peers ruth sherlock says the attacks come despite a un call for an immediate ceasefire gun the puff seven years of serious war has seen videos like this posted on social media almost daily a bomb drops then first responders rushed to dig out people from under the rubble white dust and screams are everywhere and repeat the video you'll hearing israel in grueter since monday the rebelheld enclave on the outskirts of damascus has been pounded with asterix local monitoring groups are reporting that just today twenty one people were killed and one hundred twenty five others injured including women and children that brings the total number of deaths to at least one hundred and sixty seven people in the last four days the united nations appealed on tuesday for an immediate halt to the bombardment but so far the cools have gone unheard rachelle lock npr news bear route the us military and its allied fighters have attacked prosyrian government fighters in syria today the us responded with air strikes after observing pro syrian government fighters gathered near a site held by us troops and allied fighters the.

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"grueter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Her roger so that kinda exposed what kind of team they they have behind him t of finishing up with tom silverstein so is there any chance that they could get john schneider from the seattle seahawks the wisconsin native who is often waxed poetic about his time in green bay any chance that they could steal him from the seahawks well i think there's always a champs but it it depends on seattle on whether they would be willing to part ways with him he does not at least he is fed he does not have a clause in his contract that would allow him to go to green bay i believe he did in a first contract uh the packers could argue and they'd have to take this to the commissioner and say well he doesn't really have four word uh over the fifty three that or not really over the 53 but over decisionmaking that pete carroll really has uh the decisionmaking and then it would be up to goodell all to decide whether uh the packers had a case you're not if he's going you know if he does if they rule he did not have total control of football operations then coming to green bay would be a step up and he could make that move without uh seattle objector minor that they would not be able to have an objection my gut feeling that his my gut feeling is it's probably gonna end up being russ ball i don't know why do you think that's right or now absolutely i mean even the way murphy was talking today uh it's just all indications are i think that's with tuenup students pushing it it's a risky move really risky they being you're going to a new you're the top of your personnel staff at yeah you're right it is racing zach latin so brian grueter currenct he's gonna leave our wall eu's gonna leave arms or high smith already has each too you can go on to cleveland with john dorsey so you know all of a sudden you got.

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"grueter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Grueter as the starting line becker said a quick to us is caught by white on the near sideline on second down just shy midfielder is a flag of the play criticism temple here today plo v a lot of playbyplay action today with all this tempo although says the ball should be a good one register smith bizarre referee today from the big 12 conference we're waiting to call a purse first penalty flag a little substitution twelve men on defense five yard penalty results in the first that's a good job i catey hill right there you recognize the fact that twelve men on the field went with tempo snapped up all about ten seconds from the time it receiver was tackled the last picked up an easy five yards but federal way there by kenny what's the ball in the field second first down all the opening drive tcu scored on its opening drive into their first three games this season through receivers do each side amega to what kotla silent added field gets across the 45 shut out of odds of the forty four yard line by trey flowers gain of six on the play second of fourth good job i can you tell their how to run play called recognize that he had numbers on the outside flip it out for he's again rutgers alone wide receiver split four off to the right side all is on the far hash to lefttoright second at four here for the horned frogs is hilltops the shaiko step draft pedigree steps who is right you may run with it touch it off the forty cuts back left dives across a 35yard line that's good enough for a first out of justin phillips stops hills run of ten yards you're into cowboy territory great job by catey hill surveying the field he's picked a spots a little more this year on his runs which snap and off the inner city stepped left cuts back right breaks one tackle gets across the twenty five yard line then again tcu on the move your whitener on the stop for the cowboys at another gain of ten and yet another tcu first down we want to snap it right away right again through a gap between left lateral tackle is led by a host of orange jersey says he makes his way to the 22 yard line gain of two on the.

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"grueter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Lot of years pitting 26 and i said that i think that that works against him even though the two 88 is very very impressive uh who should be in in your estimates in but is not um well stimulus starting pitchers i think probably john's a bit short 'cause he wasn't greater run prevention uh relative to his leaks mike messina in showing among lift among the starting pitchers both stand out as as evidently worthy i mean obviously uh we know about kirk uh uh mouth and now that gets into trouble uh but he was also the view of the greatest postseason play service generation um both he ever seen at were outstanding dominant strikeout pitchers and uh uh that really has a lot of a lot of doll you they put bettered runs uh very well it in a high authored air has uh looking at other guys who are the ballot leaving aside for the moment uh roger clemens and barry beck ars because there are separate issue i would say that edgar martinez of larry walker stood out to me is uh uh very strong candidates i'm surprised walker hasn't gotten uh hardly any support uh i liked the trend at edgar martinez uh is getting more support is the greatest dho all time uh but he's only got two years left on the ballot and until he was running out of makeup yet time is running you'd times running out and then debt it gets into the conversation about edgar martinez and david the recently retired david ortiz yeah david ortiz you know the difference between edgar martinez david or twos edgar played in a very pitcher friendly environment seattle david or twos played at a very hitterfriendly environment in boston uh for most of his career at grueter played roughly five hundred games books call it uh uh about 25 percent of his career at third base did it did it competently uh with an average third baseman maybe a little bit better than uh ortiz played one eight this career in the field uh at first base much easier position i have edgar martinez basically despite the fact that when above replacement uh.

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"grueter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"grueter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"John's mates would remain pows for years returning to the us with american forces withdrew from vietnam and nineteen seventy four they kept the side story alive during their captivity telling it to others bob craner and guy grueter said that committed to memorize time story after they attacked throughout the month over with and they made sure that the story came home with them when they got release lisa jones final days lift the lasting impression on those who were with them and a story that was spread to other prisoners of war at the hanoi hilton and throughout north vietnam in those final days of the conflict in the late nineteen sixty's and early seventies up next what those soldiers who saw what land john went through what those who hurt his story did once they return to the united states after their release golf at auto recipient pavic credible dory and to read the story here in august hanson veterans museum director michael tells robotic it there our record neighbors gone what to do what many people good were his ratings were they ordinary however why really those who served with john who share time with him as north vietnamese prisoners of war felt the same leila's was in the same cell block during saigon's final days the story would work its way among others at the hanoi hilton if her iraq albert costa happy through walter whispering under the door ellis learn the saigon saga from another prisoner in a different building and why no behind bars ando as show on earth route two code in code in israel our code are you this is arm and her car quite a long time it i of a day for him to get our message out lewis and others would be captive for years until january twenty third nineteen seventy three when president richard nixon spoke to the nation we today have concluded an agreement to end the war and bring peace with honour in vietnam at the end of a sixyear nightmare for saigon sister janine the family and friends all they knew was that he had gone down and that he'd been left alive in the jungle after a failed rescue attempt nineteen seventy three.

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