17 Burst results for "Grumbly"
"grumbly" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast
"Be with you here on this all saints sunday. It is All saints day when when we observe all saints day in the church all saints day is actually on november first so you get halloween on december thirty first and then all saints day on november first and for those of us who are lutheran. We not only get halloween but we get reformation. So last sunday for us was reformation sunday when we celebrate the time that martin luther nailed the ninety five theses his ninety five theses to the door of the church and vittenberg and Started a debate An argument Quite heated argument with the pope and ended up splitting off from the catholic church and forming a new church which he did not want to be called lutheran but it was and it is But that was last sunday. And the sunday. We observe all saints day a day when we celebrate. Remember the lives of the saints in our lives. Those who have gone before us those who have died especially in the last year but he can remember anyone in. Your life has died in for me. That is definitely the people that i remember on all saints day or my grandparents and i have to answer Two of my father's sisters have died. And i miss them all terribly especially miss will miss my aunt's especially miss all of them i should i should say My my grandparents loy miss having any living grandparents. And i am happy that i had them for as long as i did but i of course always wished that i could have had them longer. My maternal grandfather. My grandpa perry died. I when i was in junior high school and then my paternal grandfather my grandfather john. My grandpa john died. I was in Twenty when i was in college and then my grandmother my maternal grandmother. Grandma sylvia died shortly before i left for what i moved to california for the second time for my second call and my grandmother. My my last remaining grandparent. My grandma mary. My dad's mom died while i was in that second call so The mothers died relatively close together. And have memories of course of all of them and i could just. I could tell you a million stories. My my grandpa jerry of course died. I have fewer memories of him but so many he was so gruff and grumbly he was i think different with us grandkids than he was with my mom and her siblings but he you know he would cute oil grown. If you'd give them a hug just he'd grow and like you were just squeezing the stuffing out of him and he'd acts so grumpy about getting a hug but he would always you know he he. He never turn thugs down and he would. He would definitely have been upset if we hadn't given him. Those squeezy hugs my favorite about my grandpa though was that he would We all had to be up and dressed on christmas morning. Mum no pajama nobody. In our for opening christmas presents we would spend every christmas at my mom's parents house and Everybody had to be up and dressed before we could open presence and so of course we kids were jumping at the bit to open presents and as soon as we'd all get downstairs and get into the living room. My grandfather would stand up and go to the bathroom with a book. I don't even think he had to go the bathroom. He just every year. Did it torture us. So we'd have to wait longer and he probably wasn't in there that long but it always felt like it was hours and oh why why would he do that Guess he was teaching us. Patients thinks cranberry. And my grandma john was just. He loved his grandchildren so much. Maybe in ways that weren't always helpful for the other adults in our lives. Who were trying to you know. Give us rules and guidelines and boundaries. Because my grandpa. John just loved us. I i have a picture of me snuggling with him and i am way too big to be sitting on my lap. Don't even fit and i don't care if he was around now and i didn't think i would squash him. I would sit in his lap. Still and snuggle. He always had a changed person. He would give us money and whenever we saw him he was just he would spoil us. He would give us what we whatever we wanted. Which sounds terrible from parenting standpoint but oh he just he loved us so much and My dad's mom was grumpy. I guess She loves us in a different way and I think she she. She loved us and she took care of us and she she just loved us in a very different way from from her husband from my grandpa john was my grandma mary and In the there's my grandma. Sylvia who as i said died right before i left for my second call so she was alive to be at my ordination but now i've beat my wedding. I'm glad i got her for at least one. But i really wish wish all my grandparents could have met my husband and I think when i think about all saints day and My own faith than i think of my merry excuse me and my grandma sylvia the most because first off when she died. Let me tell you that. When the pastor asked us About memories and stories about Are mom and are gramma. All the stories. We came up with revolt around food. My grandma was norwegian and she loved us through food. She fed us very well and a lot. And i think if it would have been socially acceptable she would have served us desert for breakfast because we get deserted every meals every meal. If i would go after my grandfather died i will. Even before he died. I would go and spend a couple of weeks with them in the summer but after he died she would make lunch. She would make like four chicken breasts. Expect we need three of them because they were just going to sit in refrigerator. It'd be like grandma. I can't eat three chicken breast. I can't even eat to you. She just all of our stories revolved around food. But for me she was just a solid pillar of faith. It wasn't something that we talked about because we were. We are scandinavian lutherans and If you're from a family like that you probably didn't talk about your faith growing up either. It was just a given. If we went to grandma's we knew we were going to church. We went to christmas eve service and we always spent as i said christmas with them and If i went to stay with her or we went to stay with her over a weekend we knew it involved church and Her church was both familiar to me and sort of exotic to me. Because you know we. We went there whenever we were in her at her house. But it was still different for my church. It was bigger than my home. Church and Different you know just just differences so it was. It was both familiar and kind of As i said exotic special and she just modeled faith for me. When i think about a good solid woman of faith. I think of my grandmother. And i don't mean solid in a physical way. I just mean solid in. She always attended. She was a member of.
"grumbly" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was kind of cool because you could see everybody below and you can see how people just were not. They weren't going anywhere. He can't move. No, you can't you kind of you. You just find a buddy. A few of them and just suck yourself together kind of like a vacuum seal. Then that's where you're at. And then you're gonna just sweat and drink with each other in very close proximity and a lot of five hours. Yeah. Yeah. It's called the vacuum seal initiative. Right. That's that's the strategy. The vacuum seal crowd approach. Yes. Yes. Well, so if you're going out to the parade you gotta go early because I remember this might have been years and years ago, I tried to cross. I think it was I was trying to go from one side of Halstead to the other. No, no, no, no, no. That was not. That was not happening. I could not get across the street just because of the amount of people that were around me. So just be safe careful. I love the fact that it's still in Tom by the way, I know they were talking like I said they were talking about moving downtown. I think keeping it in that community is, that's that's it's a special special community. I do agree. I it's a really great time. Yes, I am. Maybe one of these days, I'll make the gen parade. Not this year. But maybe you haven't been on the float yet. I have not. No. It. Roger, I was there about seven months after my surgery. Okay. Twenty fifteen. Yeah, it was a blast. It's so much fun. It's such a great parade. Everyone's in such a good mood. And you know what at the end of the day, we celebrating love. I think we can all get behind beyond that, right. Good idea. Yeah. Right. Yeah. I gotta say the giant rainbow flag that's off the highway right now. Yeah. Looks pretty good. Yeah. Looks real good on Chicago's great because we're supporting it. This this being here, WGN's, great, you know, because we, we support it. We get a float out there, and it's just a lot of fun. So if you're out there tomorrow of drink a lot of water do that not in the still form. Yes. Just just realize the sugar, I cannot stress. How many like? Unhappy bellies. I had the following night, or whatever, just because of the sugar content that it was. She's or something, right? Just like there's nothing wrong with drinking. Just be mindful of the sugar. That's actually in whatever you're drinking. This is very much like the tummy will go Grumbly. I will not be a good Grumbly the morning found so. So it's, it's you gotta think yourself. Oh, it's hot outside this slushy. This is this is cooling me. This is so nice. Yes, I'm having such a time, but just be mindful, the sugar also don't go swimming after you, eat, make sure you have thirty minutes rights, the right. Have a good breakfast. Today on this show Tommy's that is going to be our motto for outside loop six, sixty three and boy, we have a lot to do on this show. We will check in with an artist from north lawn. Dale, who is working with some students to redo a mini golf course there's this abandoned golf course in Douglas park, and this artist Haymond cross is his name. He's working with some kids in that neighborhood to bring back that mini golf course. We'll find out the story also state rep and Williams of the eleventh district which is in Chicago. She will join us to talk a little bit about some of the updates about this clean energy jobs, Bill, that she introduced in the Illinois state legislature. And we'll talk about.
"grumbly" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"If I'm remembering this correctly, they they would talk about the Plessey Trump confrontation in. They would write something along the lines or exactly Trump facing an equally powerful like female, like political leader. And I don't remember in past periods. Like, the speaker vows being declared equally powerful to the President Trump has made himself. Look a lot. Smaller Nancy Pelosi who I would say that the kind of like the democratic sentiment when Nancy Pelosi regained the speakership, you know, you remember there was this whole deal about her being a transitional speaker and stepping down in a couple years. There's this whole like like a caretaker speaker like, okay? Like, she. She's got it for now. Now because maybe there wasn't a really good alternative. But like Democrats aren't fully on board with this like she one. And she like, you know, you give her the credit, but it's not like the party was not fully like thrilled about the Pelosi speakership, and you know that joke. It's always out there like this is a day Donald Trump became president. But this has been the fight Rene. Plus, you really became speaker of the house again because like that that sentiment is gone like as far as I can tell there's another democrat in the house out there and for the most part boat, most just Ranga Fulda. Impress us out thrilled Nancy Pelosi is like their general on this fight. And I just I don't see that just to praise plus. Yeah, I say it because I think it's an important dynamic going forward. It's building confidence employees from her members. It is establishing a relationship between Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump it is establishing away that relationship is covered it like this template coming as soon as it did after the twentieth. Eighteen election is establishing a lot of the framework for how politics is going to work in basically like the next year. The one year we have until like a year from now, we're in primaries, right? Which is a crazy thing to think about two, and if you're a conservative you have to be excited that the power of the executive is being diminished. I don't I don't think if you're conservative you're super excited general I mean, the power of the executive isn't being diminished like Trump is just poor manager of the executive branch fright like it's he's not losing formal authorities. I mean, it's true that in some theoretical Suns. At least some conservatives favor like congressionally driven government. But like this is not actually actually what what they want. And it's true read there's a remarkable transformation from the Niyazi Posey of forty days ago who was like really sweating committee assignments because she had to really delicately maintain the support of her caucus, which was full of Grumbly people who kind of reluctantly gone along with it to now. When like there is no more grumbling. There is no more. I mean members of congress will always find a new day to grumble, right? Like it will happen. But like for now like the skeptics have been completely silenced. The the last phase of the committee assignments went forward without any controversy. It's not that the last assignments where less contentious is it nobody was complaining about Nancy Pelosi anymore. So when she told them out like it just was what it was. And every people defer to her now again, and they have confidence that like she has a plan and that people who are complaining about her..
"grumbly" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Financial literacy and financial inclusion organization for the invisible class and the under served with private banker to the working poor the working class and the struggling. Middle-class folks too much month at the end of their money right now, we're the largest minority controlled institutional quality, owner of single family into real estate in America, which is both inspiring a little distressing that inspiring for obvious reasons do that a year and few months distressing because it was so easy to do in the bar so low which suggests that maybe a lot of people aren't focusing on what they need to be focusing on from communities. We also spoke to Dr need award, president of operation hope who told us just a bit more. We work with the unbagged in the under banked in low income communities providing them with financial wellbeing. So we're trading that same kind of technology where we do customer interventions for people. She fill out a series of questions. We have algorithms that run in the background that present back scores. And then each contributing factor to your financial health and well-being has a score. And then we create a composite score. So you have an index of your financial. Well-being health just like we did with brain house, and then you know, what levers to pull so what levers contribute to your health and wellbeing. So really operation hopes fintech company, we have data scientists and economists, and we do Tableau we do we put all of our data statea. So we're actually building state a models and doing regression analysis. We're really not your normal your dad's nonprofit, right? So one of it is individual well-being. But what if you could create and support these small businesses in these communities and actually create an ecosystem in a community like Inglewood in south Chicago. Right. So we have a program that we call digital entrepreneurship, and we can't scale we're just like our Bank partners. I can't keep him bricks and mortar, although we do have a hundred and twenty six locations. Now, do we have Grumbly opened one office week last year? So our growth is crazy. So we we put together entrepeneurship and education. We created this digital platform. And we really think that's. Those are the circuit breakers for the cycle poverty. So we can implement and create new ecosystems for community uplift through technology and human behavior, which again, I don't know how to separate. Then we believe we can bring economic uplift to communities around the world. Likewise, Ramona, Arteta's, my money my future, a free money management in financial advice platform aims to help..
"grumbly" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Wasn't a World War Two. That's really true. And as well, like, they didn't, you know, not that it should be like, you know, tokenistic around anything, but there's like hundreds of incredibly talented black and Brown, you know, just who could host this, right? But instead of giving somebody else the job, they're not like there's no hosts I love that to initiate is. That really maybe we'll have a host at all. Then that's what I read this morning. That's the latest. They're just going to have revolving presenters that Russian robot. Mike Pence is going to. Grumbly statue. Yes, that's their solution. So like that's crate like it's horrible like this black man hod this cool job. Nobody's going to have. You know, it's crazy. But I do. Does he get forgiven or is he fizzy already? How? Just get one job. And I do like, I think his views maybe have changed and he just say like I feel bad about saying fag. And like I used to be homophobic. And I'm learning, and then you can forgive someone. I mean, like, I what I my parents. Shit to me. But I like, you forgive people do change and evolve and say horrible things I don't think it's like you can never, but it's like you maybe don't get to host this big dumb gay party. Right. Right. Or you or you apologized profusely, you I it's it's also interesting because like what's strange to me about all of the comics that have been caught up in me to and and now this. Kevin Hart getting common. This is that they don't use comedy as a means of apology. They're not bringing them, you know. I mean, maybe in immig natured source of. Yeah. Like a bit like you go. I don't know. Colbert you have a bit. You know, you talked whatever. And you you eat shit yourself deprecating people. I think it's actually comedians are in a really great position to apologize because they already have this tool. Look at Kathy Griffin. She was torn to pieces, and she did apologize and like in Jon Ronson book you've been publicly shamed. He liked talked to all these people who lost jobs because of Twitter pylons. And he said in case after case the men recovered much quicker on the men who didn't apologize recovered. The quickest what whereas women who did apologize where left in the doors. And like, I think you can see that happening. The Kathy Griffin thing too is like she didn't actually offend anyone except. I mean, she did whatever relitigate that. But, but you know, she wasn't like going after a wide swath of the pup on minority. After comedy. She was punching up right? Right. Whereas is punching down at an already maligned like. I guess vulnerable parts of society, you know, so and Kathy Griffin. Still. It's feels has not recovered. No, no. I mean, it's crazy because also most people secretly agree. Like, we're like I was fine with the photo. So people it is it is certainly misogynist. I've always wanted to crucify her just because she's like, I stick my mind. Let Cal hair. Yeah. I don't I don't feel bad for Kevin Hart at all. Like, I think he's I almost feel like he's just going to do other movie, and it's going to be. Very powerful. Y'all did short. To show the Weinstein thing too. It's like he's a what am I to do? I just wanna make movies. It's like, maybe you just get to keep your big fucking pile of money. Relax. I know you don't get to do any more interesting. Like, I dated a man who really valued himself because of his frequent flyer miles..
"grumbly" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"And the boy school that I attended outside of Boston. And this is a time of replying for college and high aspirations where I was going to go to college, and I was really besotted by the whole progress of getting good grades and getting into college so Moby, Dick. It was sort of like a great white whale for me because our English teacher. Mr. Duncan was a really smart wonderful teacher and he'd loved that book. And he wanted us to get something. When important out of that book. I just wanted to get an A, and I figured that. It was going to be challenging because I knew his expectations of what people were getting out of the book where we're going to be so high so this there was just a lot of anxiety about what is this book about it? And what am I supposed to be able to pair it back? I'm not proud of this. I think compared to have a good friend Bill home. So I visited this week, and he also went to pill hill, he was there to learn, you know, when I told him that I had trouble with Moby, Dick. He he looked at me appalled. And I I know what he did. So anyway, this is sort of a confession about my relationship to now with a book by Herman Melville end. I'm gonna put it on my list of books read pretty soon, a dive back into Moby Dick on its own terms. And I'm sure it will be a rewarding reading project have a couple of comments share with you before we close. I. Dean prosser. He was writing about my conversation last week with Michael c Grumbly. Actually, both comments about that interview. Dean wrote this was a great interview for the first time I had read the author's books before you interviewed him. His humility is interesting one more reason to like his books. Thank you. For your podcast. Dean, I had that same impression listening to the interview with Michael I think we're driving down from ocean park early in an I and I found that very moving in the context of how potion that book was made possible by kindle direct publishing in the wholesale publishing movement, and it's a good book. And and it's a book, that's obviously touched people's lives and to hear the humility with which he has embraced the reaction to that book. I did find that removing as well from Dan Campbell enjoyed the interview with Michael Gramley, you asked all the right questions. I will give his book a try as an aside. I thought Mr. gremlin voice. Was very rich. He may have a second career as a podcast or discharge. I pass it along to Michael. And he got a kick out of that ten Dan rights, also like the new kindle video. But for now, we'll stick with my voyage still waiting for complete whisper sink immersion for audible books on kindle don't know why they do not have that. As yet. I think what he's talking about. There is if you're doing whisper sink on a fire, you can hear the audible version, and then watch the words get highlighted as they're being read and don't think that's possible yet on eating kindle, Dan closes with good news on your mother and my prayers continue. Thanks very much for that..
"grumbly" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"When you describe the different genres that you put together at strikes me that the traditional publishing world is much more liable to pigeonhole a book and say, well, you know, we've already had two dolphin books this month or something and your ability to just let your book, fill whatever interests or categories make sense that that that seems to be a benefit of this way of publishing. I think you're exactly right. Because I mean, it's a very bureaucratic system. Right. And so you have people that aren't writers and what they need to do. They need to categorize and they need to sort organize. And you know, they've got a lot of books deal with. And so, yeah, I think you're exactly right that they would put it into a specific category or classification. Yeah. And I don't think that it ever would have gone anywhere. Even if it was accepted by somebody which I think that alone would have been a long shot. So yeah, I mean without without Amazon kindle, in fact, I'm still only on kindle, I've got creates space. So, you know, it's it's the the paperback version of Amazon, but yes, still doing so publishing. I probably ninety five percent of my books are all kindle books. I I got it through kindle unlimited. So if somebody scribes that way, and and if somebody subscribes to your book that way, do you get the same amount of money as if they buy an e book copy of it forever. You don't you get paid e paid a little bit less, but you do get paid. You get paid for page. Read. I see which you know, if you in the old days. If somebody actually borrow the book, and you'd get a certain amount of money, and then they turned into the canola limited. And then they would give you some amount of money somebody download your book, then they actually found that a lot of people were kind of game in that system. Yeah. So they were do whatever they could just to download the book, and so Amazon change they changed it a few times to make it fair and fair and so now the page per page. So if you write in interesting book, you'll get paid better than on interesting book because people will therefore rate more of it. I say, yeah. But yeah, I do get paid. But I get paid a little bit more. I think if people people by. Yeah. Well, let's talk about mosaic the book that it says on your website. You're ninety percent finished. Maybe after today's work you're up to ninety one percent wins that when is that coming? What's that going to be about? I am. I am way behind mosaic is funny. I've had so many people Email him God. When is the next? Coming. I cannot stand. I'm like, I'm sorry. I it's it's a big book. It's probably going to be over six hundred pay very big story. It's taken the along time. I have to them hoping to have it done. At least the the draft done within the next two or three weeks and part of it is already in editing, which is good news. And so I'm hoping to actually have an online and available in the very beginning. Or at least the first week or two of January button gonna big kind of ground swell of of. And. People saw really trying to get it out soon. But I obviously don't want to release something if you think it's it's not quite reading here. That's one of the you might not have imagined. When you're putting published author in your bucket list is fans turning into kind of terrorist on behalf of you finishing your book. Yeah. That that that is the last thing a new writer ever would've actually drained off. And it's it's a good and bad thing because you're having to try, and, you know, respond to these people, but just wanna read a book that all imposter syndrome. You know, who I am? Just the guy that interesting waiting a one here. Right. But it's it's it's so unbelievably gratifying that you know, it's like anything that you do. Right. Whether it's. You make anything or any job that you do for? It's so gratifying when it is it's appreciated and evaluate just nothing better. Yeah. I have been speaking with Michael c Grumbly author of the breakthrough series. Thanks very much. Michael murray. Walk them. In content. I'll mention one list of books and one new podcast about books. This is podcast. It's been.
"grumbly" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Readings from Cambridge Massachusetts. This week's guest is Michael c Grumbly. A former information technology guy who's bucket list included, writing and publishing a book his breakthrough series a blend of science fiction adventure romance, some others Janas features to very smart. Dolphins named Sally. And Dirk, and it has been so successful. That Michael is now able to work fulltime as an author honestly it without Amazon in kindle knowing. What to read this book? I don't think it would have made it onto the desk of anybody. Also this week. I will tell you about my test of the all new kindle paperweights, waterproof capability in the chilly Atlantic Ocean. And we will check in with the latest from q two or maybe it's cute two and q three Amazon's headquarters. I up in news is the rising rumble of rumors and stories based on people familiar with the matter about Amazon's H Q to decision which has been promised within fifty two days. That's how long it is till the end of the year. The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is actually planning to divide HQ two into two equally sized smaller locations. The top three candidates peer to be northern Virginia, New York and Dallas. There have been a good number of stories criticizing the assumed decision that seems Ted premature to me I think there's going to be plenty of time to weigh in on the choice once it's actually announced. I would get a kick out of it. If these leaked stories turned out to be incorrect, and Jeff Bezos is intuitive decision at the last minute is a shocker like, Pittsburgh, or maybe Newark, or maybe both people criticizing these leaks stories have called a kind of a bait and switch. Or an Amazon con that they promised to do headquarters fifty thousand new jobs, and now they're saying they're going to do just to smaller ones, and they get all these cities excited about it. I have a feeling that if an Amazon it said, we're going to be awarding two cities of office headquarters that have twenty five thousand jobs in each they would have been able to generate quite a bit of interest as well. And the other thing which is evident from the Wall Street Journal article is the idea that over the period of time over a year since Hammas on started this initiative that they're thinking on what is the best configuration for the headquarters has evolved that wouldn't be a surprise. And also, the labor market has tightened. So that the source of the Wall Street Journal is saying that one of the big factors is that if they have to very large offices than they can draw on two different labor markets, and obviously one of the biggest aspects of the right place to locate. These facilities is can they attract the technical and software and engineering development talent that they need for future growth. The period of speculation is going to be over soon. I'm quite sure. And then we're really going to have something to talk about Amazon did officially announce something this week. Namely that free shipping will be available starting November fifth with no minimum purchase on orders. That will arrive in time for the Christmas holiday. I imagined that most of you listening to this podcast our prime members as I am..
"grumbly" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Kevin Neal wouldn't even good for that. I know I go Kevin Neal's hearing this for the very first time. He knows David almost got killed. He know by the way, I'm not underselling Davis made almost got killed. He knows it. He just doesn't know that he had apartment. The owner the great, and he goes, hey, can you give that put him in there? Fucking. As I I go go great. great. What the fuck, dude? And I home. What do you mean? He goes tell Sandler. No, I go. Let's give you let me tell you the bosses. I'm your boss. He's my Skippy. The guy it's the reason the movie gets made goes fuck fine. I'm like huffing and puffing. Then I thought this is getting where he doesn't get this. I didn't wanna do the movie I. Unless the. Scrimped? I did not like it. Kevin Neal twisted the knife that was my favorite Sam cut to we're editing. The movie that part comes up. This is where Sandler fucked to me that night of the editing. You're seeing him. He leaves his. We go eat still Grumbly, we go home more came when we were dating. She takes off. He goes and buys eight ball coke. Suddenly he's gagged of his gourd comes over five in the morning. I'm asleep darker. In my doorway standing staring steering me with this going to be stunned on gun behind his back Davis. It's five in the morning dip, spades asleep in his bed, and he standing in his fucking doorway this Dunga behind his back, huge this and is back I go holy shit. Skip you news. Finding your in bed. Yeah. Go it's pitch. Black scare the fuck out of news. Yeah. Your arm. Went off my alarm went off totally is anybody here. She Laura was gonna go on oh, she took off. And then I stood up and I go. Hey, sorry. They called you. I don't even turn on the way. All we at you with a gun. Punches me. I go down stun guns me. How did it it hit the stun gun? You know, what I I was. It was such a adrenaline show. I rolled to the other side of the bed rolled off. School already blood. Wearing leading this. This out to kill a robot. So so we thought again didn't say anything as this was happening. All screwed Neil. Wow. You said. He would he would have come to my house next problem. I go I'll shy Kevin lives. The The problem. problem waste stun gun on me the sin zaps let booking Jack as waves behind him. Mimi narrow I I've been shielding you from this for so long time now, so then he fought three times now on the driveway. And he got me out there again. So I ran right out of him to face. He wasn't ready for that one. And then we went down, and I got on emissary in the head and he dropped. So I got lucky ran in slammed the door cracked like block like a quarter hit like a rhino. Wow. I flew back, but it didn't open pollution. I ten steps slid on her shocked. Unloaded. You have a shock on the euro. Yeah. Saint. The only other person new Skippy. No know, what the coffee was stunned getting me to incapacitate me to get the undershoot home and then kill himself. I went about him lock myself in. I was like shaking blood. So I I got the gun. I gotta shoot you. I can't believe I gotta shoot him shoot you unstoppable. Yeah. And so I I opened the door, and I shoot him in the leg. And then I don't want reckons for real. Anytime. I gotta kill my didn't know what's going on. Why is so you kill? I've never..
"grumbly" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"I guess children which is weird because originally it was telling me was like, oh, this is like late night, like not. Nacho mamas bacon show. It's all I kid like I have like buddies. Mike kid knows who you are. The show. Weird kids love me, and I hate it. Weird. This kid or kid friendly? No, I'm sure would be nice children. He wouldn't go around and pundit. I'm not gonna knock someone who say dick and pussy in. On the sentence. I'm talking about how it wants to gobble dick, but. Yeah, they cut all of it out. But then I was like, of course you can cut around it. We shoot. Ten hours. Watching people bake is really my numbing, but like after that I went to another unnamed baking show, but it was like a serious baking show where it was like people like we're actually like trying to do a good job. Shit is boring. I couldn't imagine ever doing. Chrome on his epigrams Grumbly where it's like ours is like that's just a molten hot piece of shit that you've made. Those people have to watch them big too. No, they're not out there not out there during like host or not. Shit, they get to go away. In this because I didn't know little bit. Yeah. 'cause like the I, I don't know five days shooting. I was like, why shouldn't have to be here? But I guess that's a baking shows. Are. Man, it really now. I'm just like whatever. I'll do it a play with Shaq. I'll tell him dick jokes, he'll give. It'll be great. Yeah, the show's it's fun but wild, very wild. I, I love working on the show. The crew is amazing is really fun. I like I like, fuck. I'm like laughing all day. It's like it's it's. It can be stressful times. It's busy for me, but it's good. It keeps you sharp focus in the name. What do you do? You have like this headset with, like you've like three different fucking walkie-talkie things. Yeah. Who are you? Who are you talking to? So I've got to walk in my left ear that's on the AD casting channels. So my second eighties on their who am I talking to about making sure interviews or still running and Nick? Yeah, neck and make sure interviews or go. He keeps me updated on interviews on the food beauties. The secret chef stuff. And then also just like schedule stuff moving forward. I've also got the casting guy will on there. So I'm telling him to like, move the move, the cast, the cast, get him out, get him to rules, and I've got my lock-up as on the channel on the other ear, I'm on with producers like the guys in the booth. Confu or annoying. It's like it's like, then I've got a third one that goes over one ear that's a wine to the director and all the camera operators God. Yeah, so that's three different. Awful. I just have one person, my ear who I ag- nor sometimes. And like, no, not. But for the most part, I'll say what he wants me to say. Yeah, yeah. Sometimes sometimes there might not be a joke. No, no, no, no. Would I want to know? Okay. So you've been married for seven. You've been married for seven years or together for seven years ago, we've been together for six and married for coming up onto where did you get married? We got married in Washington state in the Olympic peninsula on lake. Crescent. Is that what she's from? No, we we took our first trip together. There drove Drove around. around the Pacific the Olympic peninsula. A little and camped and hiked, and we found this incredible lake. It was just like we stopped and spent like an afternoon there and just it was a very special afternoon, like remember it very clearly. And then it turns out that there's this amazing wedding venue there. That's it's a, it's a during the week. It's like a summer camp for like inner city kids, and then they do weddings on the weekend. And so he took over the place like this like camp for the weekend. It was made like that. So this inner city camp is field by nice, white people, having weddings, pretty much money went to a good. That's nice. Whis always hoping the blacks. I mean, you help me out at work. So. Coffee known again, coffee almost everyday, or someone gets me coffee and then you bring it. Yeah, I take it off. I take it from a nice..
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"There's drones is all these technologies in this small couple of rooms. Actually, it was one room and then once you figure out some puzzles, another door opens and you get another room and this puzzles like, you know, this code, it is really fun because, you know, it's it's mathematical. It's visual. Oh, it's, you know it was real, I would, and I could've used your brain frankly because we got out and and and communication among all the press winds team building. Right, right. Because I got it over here. What is and some people are better at some things, and so you have to figure out who's good at this. The best team got out and forty, eight minutes. We got out at ninety eight minutes and four seconds. Ninety minutes and four seconds. It had blown and we got, I got literally blue in the door opened really that close. So it was fun. You would. I next time you're in town. I know you wanna come up for squirrel. We'll take. Yeah, because you would probably got us out in forty. Eight minutes would have been fun to funny interact with everybody. Yes. Yeah. So we have last week's second Tuesday of the month famously now forever branded patch, Tuesday, and with again, as as I said at the top of the show, it's happening as we're doing the podcast. So there's never really time to go in depth. However, last week we'd had Microsoft releasing patches for sixty. That's not sixteen that six zero flaws to which were actively being attacked at the time of release. I say this because we have a grab bag of problems here and and I think. Probably know that there are people who are annoyed by the updates and they're like, add on a reboot my computer. Now, certainly enterprises as we've been talking about with we, there was that survey that was taken recently by the gal who is an MVP from Microsoft who asked people, you know how you feel in here about all of these updates and people are Grumbly about them. But you know, and and we know that enterprises have been hurt by by rapidly applying them without giving them sufficient testing. They feel like they wanna test them themselves anyway. So sometimes the months are little more important than you know, some months of patches or more important and others. In this case of the sixty flaws nineteen were rated critical by Microsoft and encompass windows edge. I e.
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"Welcome back to think America I'm Terry Gilbert but we do also on the program is. Bringing in expert guests so they can talk about their particular expertise in their particular. Field and we can get thought provoking conversation starters to them as, well Jim, Mueller is a divorce. Attorney from Verner? Bromley, Mueller, and Parker out of Texas he has. A claim that he found in his practice. More expensive the wedding. The sooner that divorce. Is that true Hello Jim nice to have you on. Think America thank you so much for having me on I really appreciate it All right so you've been divorce attorney how long how, long twelve years focused solely on. Family law did a little bit commercial litigation before then, but, took the leap over into focusing on family law divorce custody pre-nup some post snaps back in around two thousand six all, right so it's my, understanding that you've got a. Theory and the, theory is the more expensive the wedding the higher the rate of possible divorce you know many people try to copy weddings we just had this huge Royal wedding and here in America the many people. You know I want a big fancy romantic wedding as, much as I can and. There's a lot of money there was an article that I saw, out of, Houston Texas that talked. About the average? In, America, spend on a wedding is anywhere between. And this is simple weddings and elaborate weddings. Anywhere between thirty five One, thousand forty, thousand dollars in June of this year with the high end being New York wedding seventy five thousand. Upwards eighty thousand dollars on a wedding in New York, would, you say that's thirty is about what you hear and if you do spend thirty what's the rate of divorce after spending, that kind of money I think what's interesting to, see if, they've got about three thousand is it seems to be an. Average I actually would say you. Know depending on the market that you're in is well we'll kind of drive that up a little. Bit, if you're in a bigger market just seems to be. That obviously your prices will be a little bit harder you know higher. Than what they are going to be in other areas what I've been seeing over here there's. Been some studies that have come out a little bit that have showed from to economic professors actually, they went through a survey of three thousand Mary people they found that. There are certain characteristics that increased the likelihood of divorce, one of them being the amount, that couple spent on an engagement ring or a wedding ceremony An inverse relationship with how quickly they're going to actually are should they. Have duration of the, marriage so, the more you're spending on those things they found, a correlation show you're gonna end up with a. Higher likelihood of getting a divorce, and I would say in. My, experience from what I've seen some concepts there. That can be applied across the board when when you have those scenarios. Where couples going to get together, and have like you said lavish may own mentioned wedding clearly one you know one party that marriage. Is, going to say that's important to them that bet that. Side of the money is of value to them that they appreciate and. That can cause some problems down the road if the other side doesn't agree with it and These weddings where. Couples will put themselves in debt before they even Together and I think that's a lot harder for? Them to do is this a new phenomenon or relatively new GM and here's what I always heard as I was growing, up and dating and thinking about who I, was going to marry and by the way I am married happily I always heard that you, should look at finding the person that you're most suitable with on a number of levels for example your academic equal, your, age equal. Or relatively so same religion perhaps you square? With money issues you square with lifestyle this is a partner. You wanna be two peas in a pod but? Now I'm seeing spend a lot spend a lot and maybe that wedding that marriage will work and you're saying no it, doesn't so where is the vetting these days I don't see some. Of these old fashioned vetting ways to vet, a partner being used very much today I think you're completely right you know what are the interesting things that's at, all, along and. My wife and I say the thing A. Marriage is just that he used the word even if the partnership, it's exactly what that is and. Whether it be business or a. Marriage every, partnerships gonna, require at least two equally committed people with the same or similar. Goals and aspirations otherwise you're just going to simply find yourself drifting apart creating resentment and it's not going. To laugh and nowadays it's. Amazing to, see we have you know television dedicated to see how quickly people. Can meet and get married Seems to be gone we have this idea, and Yoshino a, coin phrase of a starter marriage that phrases don't hurt of fifteen twenty years ago you know there's. A generation you know if the baby boomer's. Even that can't never thought of getting divorced they didn't want to get, divorced thing might have gone, through one unfortunately and so we have some, of them are starting to get married or they're waiting longer to get married putting some sort of. Safeguards in place so that if they find themselves in divorce they, might say you're going to need. To get it prey NUP or. Going to, put some, of these things here so you don't have to fight that way Rather than actually just. Putting in a lot more of. The work front to vet the person that makes at the end of the? Day are you really? Data indicates him I think to? Every man it is? Going to be feel. So comfortable that you can. Communicate with them about even. The most difficult of topics that's? Where when communication breakdown where I see the relationships start to break down so when people come into your twelve years you've. Been doing, divorce and family, law when most folks come in and say I can't stand my partner in. Life no longer will I live with this person not my partner anymore. We want a divorce what are the number let's say top three things people want a divorce these days, does it relate to direct relationship with how much they spent on the wedding does, it relate to, they lived together prior to marriage does it relate to I married beneath myself my partner doesn't know. Anything she's stupid or he's stupid what about At age, what are the top. Three things that you. Have found in your? Practice in my practice what. I see a lot is still. The number one reason overall that coupled end up getting divorced boils down on? Financial disputes disparity between? How they value money how they? Treat money how they? Spend money the other. Thing that I see a. Whole lot of it which. Is unfortunate Phrase I don't even know who the person? Is the person? That I married that phrase comes up so often one of those were obviously they never thought they'd be there but you're hurting, instances where navy that's not the, case they probably are, always the same person. But the native for so quickly they tried to hide who, they truly were I didn't want to, show their true colors maybe they were shame Come out because you can't hide who you really, are forever and I would say is we. Have some instances of Mental issues What happened Actually. Had something, we're bipolar Bush lying dormant and suddenly exhibited south later on those kind of things that can happen in the third thing I see It again goes back to this lack of communication I in when you're saying anything because he didn't like Something that's going. To spend that? Much money on this or, something where I tie you discipline the kids on that matter you know what don't keep that to, yourself talk about it because what it is you end up building a mountain out of these little pebbles and suddenly you have all the little incidences that have become such an obstacle that you think you can't overcome it. Only what it is and you should've been communicating. All along so that you can tackle these issues together People do change and they grow over time and that's why I think we have to stick to those things that work the vetting. Process with lifestyle? Money religion age and academic. Equals we need to leave it there Jim Mueller thank you so much for being on the program, you can find them at Mueller Grumbly Jim Euler and Verner Romley Mueller and part we need to leave it there thank you Jim thank you have a great one you bet we'll be back with more of think America.
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"We may talk about that next week a little bit about like everything that that because Amazon is now like geared up with their new executive team to take on Netflix, and they're making lots of announcements. People in the entertainment industry are not afraid of certainly Facebook and really YouTube at this point and that that to Tim. And I think to me that's telling when when you talk to people in the industry and they're like, oh, you know, YouTube, they're going to. They're going to have a premium service and they're going to spend a lot of money on content. There doesn't seem to be a great deal of fear of that. And I think that's because they're looking at it too and saying, this doesn't make sense. I don't think this is gonna work. All right. So that's upstream. We'll have more next week who was always more as always mall. Let's talk quickly about the macbook pro performance thing. So yeah, in between the two, Stephen, which Domecq boot prozingis came out and now that was this whole to buckle about the throttling of the CPU's on the new mecca pros. I recommend people listen of fallout to episode two hundred and eighty four ATP because when I saw this news, I've fallen it very lightly because this stuff doesn't interest me greatly in considering I was on vacation, didn't need to talk about it on the show, a kind of let it go on a sling. I was I was familiar with knew something was going on while it didn't really bother to look into like, why is this happening? Like, what does it mean for chip to throw to cetera, et cetera. And I do the research when I needed spoke about it, and I listen to episode two eighty four of ATP on the plane home and all of the information I need. It is an excellent, honestly, one of the best episodes of ATP ever. It is an excellent episode. They do a really good job of breaking down all of the stuff that was going on with Intel, why? It's a problem, why it might not be a problem, why apple or in the wrong weather in the wrong like and then also a bunch of really funny stuff about pastor. So I recommend listening tonight episode because I don't really wanna go into the house and wise that of what was going on here to say, because it got fixed. That was a broad above in foam where that got fixed, and I know the apple issued a statement to you, which you robe ounce colors, right? Yeah, the it's very good episode. They also talk about the keyboard stuff a little bit, which leads to one of my favorite ATP titles ever which is hotel California keyboard? Yeah, fairy case very proud of him. Yeah. The you could hear how proud he is as he says it, like, I got this. I got this. Yeah, the way I put it in our notes is sort of like disaster OMG LL. Nope, like it just it came and it went, you gotta spin down the outrage machine because it turns out his book and. My my mini rant about this topic. 'cause we did kind of like, yeah, due to the way the recording schedule we didn't get dive into it is I think it's interesting how people are so ready to be outraged, and I end apple bears some. We mentioned this on download last week, apple bear some of the responsibility for kind of priming the pump here because people are Grumbly and unhappy with some of the decisions. Fro wrong with each one of them as you as you said, very rightly completely forgotten about with Stephen. I, it was the pulse. It was USB was the problem, then that was the first one, right? Everyone will know ram and the mass ram route sixteen, which we kind of go over some of that. Then the cables were problem in the next one..
"grumbly" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Us you deal with. One person from the time. You start until the time you finish while you don't get bounced around. And we're we've value our customers. Time you know from the time that you you've selected vehicle, when you're ready to go we're going. To get in and. Out of there in an hour because, you know I I think when you buy car the process of doing it should be just. As. Fun as, sort of that decision that you make when you're gonna go by car and the the thing you want to do once you've made the. Decision is get behind the wheel and and and go for a great drive so. We're committed, to your time and getting. You on your way it's so nice because it is a big purchase you want to be happy when you make it you don't want to dry about all Grumbly because he don't think you've got, a good deal, you know when you go buy a refrigerator for example I don't you know a. Debate With the guy I don't appreciate that's the price. So what you're doing with one price on the car that you've come up with and that's the fair price I think that's, a great idea and it. Must be, working for you is working really well for us I think you know, we are the largest volume Honda dealer BMW dealer and many dealer in the state, and, so I think that you know, customers vote with their feet and their wallet so I think that says a lot and the other thing that I don't I don't know if customers really recognize is is when you go buy a car you know they're most dealers charged dealer handling fees and we don't do. That we believe the price is the price is the price and. If the car says seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. You're going to walk out with the car at. Seventeen thousand five hundred dollars there's some state taxes and things like that but our price doesn't. Move right, you don't have those little niggling, fees do, you know. We don't believe it So annoying Yeah I mean and and they're really more profit for. The dealer they can package them up and call them anything, they want but we don't believe. In them. All right tell us now somebody driving in from ever, any direction what's the best way to get out to? The campus the best way to get. To us we're right off of c. four seventy in highlands ranch were at c. four seventy and. Loosened boulevard so if you're coming from, twenty five you'll go west on c. four, seventy two the. Lucid exit if you're coming, from downtown you can either come down twenty-five and follow that route or you can come down. Santa Fe sometimes twenty five is not easy to get. Through. Anymore bingo.
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"A duality duality of a family being you could totally trust some of them to be over there i like today the chinese control everything we control darrell destiny so it was it was it was a different type in a in a different place so internees in cities world obviously we're getting you know retail is crumbling brick and mortar is crumbling if you were to start over where where would you market your toys where would you put your product out bottom line is brick and mortar response from leaving grumbly it still ninety percent of the business with the big though with current to lodge tweet companies are doing the doing of both ways to do with the going online as well as as well as brick and mortar uh having said that having said that if you go just straight on wine unless you turn around and the the magic kits the lightning comes in a bottle it takes you 234 used to build this up and gross you have it you've got to be patient uh the flip side but if you make the product you guys are the shelves then you'll have been successful not because because then we'll go whether they like your brock we don't like your product so it's a really a combination of the two in and get the maximum out of what you wanna do it it's about that your product so so tell me about tell me about this clearly as i played with ninety percent of your twice as yet which is amazing yeah you know tell me about packaging how important is packaging and your business well trump who pack packaging is your marketing tool uh you you're going to bring that to a customer they're going to be sinn infant playing with the product does they want to see.
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"People from mexico that were imported to come and vote cast their ballot in they had been identified and they had actually been arrested in incarcerated that too was not true merrill says one complaint claim to be out about a town that doesn't exist a report he dubbed a flat out lie today's called could set a record for coldest high temperature on this date and speaking of the cold we sent wpro reporter steve klamkin out in it i found and a johnson bundled up as she pumped gas and coal are you ready for it not really now it's k came pretty fast yes last nicholas they have patriots gave outside add it fortythree degree weather so this is a little bit of a shot winter it's one great is it wasn't like this last year thou we were lucky last couple of years rate regla roach from barrington was ready for the weather oh i remember ready i'm ready now all right if you like it added you know i i prefer the war of actually if i am i'd rather is i'd i'd be in florida right now my wife doesn't like that kind of weather but i love to be in the warmth and the humidity blamed they're trying to keep warm in east providence steve klamkin wpro new and of course in this weather space heaters are used and that brings up the fire dangerous state fire marshall james grumbly says alarms are vital not to smoke alarms me the working title so that they know so it can't be combined you could call them that i can't sneak up on yalies invisible it's over the way in exeter two dozen dogs recently taken in by authorities wpro's tessa roy tells us about 24 dogs seized from an exit our home were in fairly good health but were not improper living conditions says s p c a operations director joe where zeka the animals themselves were not combat condition while was concerning is the shelter that they had or lack thereof the weather conditions at the time this sanitary or lack of sanitary environment that they were living.
"grumbly" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Way now it they keep arm picking up car with illegal alien with no insurance what are they gonna do it down oh i don't know if they're looking for people here legally they're looking for out of state drivers that don't have insurance right though not a pickup someone who's here illegally you mean yeah it how you probably do nothing here we we we protect yelled often in our way avic guy and could make them pay from crying a firing well you know it's funny someone driving around without insurance than they going to get a hit with one hundred and twenty dollar fine i believe a good luck collecting that i dunno either valerie i mean a lot of questions but what more interesting and i'll let you listen to what it lies my conversation with representive newbury he said you know you've been around here long enough you know you can covering these stories up here for long enough this is the way it is somebody wants something done it ought to talk about a publicly they just voted through four three eight nine seven seven six eleven thirty from the revolution soft wash new center a ted right over to the newsroom of the governor has said uh some few new things with reporters today and we'll get some of that as well and here's the headlines of bill heckman tears stirred of hockey game will be singing o canada next month for fraud minister justin trudeau the governor says will be wrong the heavy hitters covenant tone for next month's meetings national governors association burrillville police say four people suffered serious injuries at a pickup truck the role of calwell road into a tree less notes throw nine thirty save loose of just announced the fire marshall jack chartier is hanging above these retiring effective on fridays chief deputy will become the acting fire marshall that is jason grumbly from the seascape yard guard weather center the wpro accu weather forecasts meteorologist urged in this afternoon call us for chamber commerce weather sunshine temperatures at around eighty degrees do kouba fifty five to sixty two increasing clouds tonight increasing clouds on the way tomorrow it's going to be warmer this weekend so tuesday oh here we go accu weather is often the high temperature big freight in bristol accurately says we are going to get close on tuesday july.