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"grumpy group" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

06:14 min | 8 months ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"What froggy does in Gray structure? Oh Law I know the King God. These raw to not king will ask to the other. Frogs heard them complain and laughed at the Grumpy Group. But the spirit heard it as well. She had given them what they'd asked for the leader they needed but apparently it wasn't enough for them. Oh Hey her. Voice said coming from the water itself to talk to the old bullfrog and his friends. You a charge. Yes we do you get those lazy laugh. Absolutely you see that is wrong. Yes please yes okay. Who suddenly there was a dark shadow. Cast over the grumpy group of frogs. What's that one asked way up in the air? The shadow grew larger as whatever it was approached from the sky. It's our new king said the bullfrog. The spirit has brought us the king. We deserve. He didn't know how right he was a second later. The shadow landed before them and spread. Its wings it wasn't a king but a bird a massive crane with an elegant neck and along hungry beak one of the grumpy frogs hopped up to it and bowed low. Greetings my Liege. The crane squawked bent down and swallowed the frog whole oh ono cried the bullfrog. The crane turned and let out a cry. That sounded like a t rex roar to the poor little frogs. It launched forward and gobbled up another of the group before the rest scattered in every direction. Run they cried everyone run. The crane darted among them swallowing grumpy group of frogs. One by one until only the bullfrog was left. He managed to jump inside the floating log. The spirit had sent and wedged way in the back. Go Away he shouted. Don't eat me. The bird balked and bore its beacon further snapping bear inches from the bullfrogs Saggy Lips. Stop Stall Up. He cried and then the water next to him formed a face. Oh this one. The spirit asked even as the crane screened and pecked harder ripping free a piece of old wood and nearly biting the bullfrog into it. In this one no please. The bullfrog whimpered pressing his bulky body into the water trying to the screaming crane beak as it snapped at him over and over but strong. Dare Shoe schlaize. He saw the crane finally smashed in and grabbed the bullfrog in its beak. No he cried. No WE DON'T EAT. King we don't need okay. The crane vanished in a puff of smoke and all the frogs it had gobbled reigned from its belly and splashed back into the pond. The bullfrog included. They dragged themselves wide eyed and sputtering back to the log. The spirit had given them so How did the king go? The Wardi Frog asked smiling around a fly. She was munching. Wow Law wouldn't you know it but we've come around to your way of thinking. The bullfrog said this here log will make up perfect king of the frogs right except you know queen of the frogs said the Wardi one Queen King. Either way is fine. The bullfrog mumbled bull like are. You sure asked the tree frog. We can always call the spirit back again. No that's quite all right. I think we're better off. Just you know having fun. The forty one offered yes Let's let's just have some fun. The bullfrog agreed then. He paused looking down at his big webbed feet We've never we've never had fun before. Could you maybe show us how? Oh love cars. She agreed and the rest of the day was spent teaching the grumpy group. How to play tag and hide and seek and Lily Pad leap and all their other favorite games and by the end. The grumpy group wasn't so grumpy and none of them wished for a king ever ever again the end. Today's story King of the frogs was an adaptation of an ace ops fable written for you by Daniel Hynes and performed for you buy me Amanda Weldon if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us a five star review on itunes debt ad free episodes and more at Patriot dot com slash stories. Check out all of our MERCH available at Stories. Podcast DOT com slash shop or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"grumpy group" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Still. Some of them weren't content. They'd seen the birds in the sky flying in v all behind leader. They had seen the wolves in their packs. All following an Alpha. They'd even spied on regal cats all bowing to one more regal than the rest mocking hang. That's what we need bellowed. An old bullfrog one lazy afternoon to be honest all afternoon around the pond relief. But this one was especially so King would get this lousy locked into shape or the bullfrog croaked to emphasize his sentence and some of the other frogs muttered their agreement. They were grumpy group most content when complaining and they resented the other frogs for loudly. Having Fun all day what are you crazy. Asked awardee woman. We do whatever we want all day. What in the world you WANNA king for and you know it could also be a queen just for the record walk at the birds always flying in the same direction. Look at the wolves always hunting as a pack. Look even at the Katz sharing their prey with their leader and and look at this lot. The bullfrog waved at the pond. Frogs were splashing each other and laughing. They were playing tag on the rocks and tumbling into the waters. They were dunking each other. Under and coming up sputtering under lily pads it was chaos but a joyful wide smiling. Kind of chaos. They look happy. Said the forty one. What's wrong with them? Asked a tree frog if they had some proper leadership they'd be living the right way. They're a bunch of punks. The bullfrog bellowed and his growing crowd agreed odious order less they need to be led the right way. The bullfrog finished okay. And what pray tell is the right way asked forty one enlighten us. Our Way. The grumpy group growled and they all croaked together your way no thanks said the tree frog you do you men and we'll do us and no one has to tell anyone what to do. At this point unnoticed by the frogs they had drawn the attention of the spirit of the swamp. She was a mischievous sprite known to play jokes on the animals that lived in her mucky little kingdom. They couldn't see her of course but she was there and she was listening. What is with all this leader? Stuff the Wardi. One said seriously. Everyone is doing just fine. Good King is a good thing. The old bullfrog said and others chimed in behind him. Oh that's a good point. Good King is a good thing. It rhymes. It must be true. I just don't get why it needs to be a king. A Queen would do the same thing. God King Good thing God king. Good thing the grumpy group started to chant God king good thing God king good thing. Suddenly the pond water rippled and stirred the scummy surface world and Suede and swelled into shape. Who What's going on Bluebird the Bullfrog Ho man? It's a it's a ghost shattered the tree frog. The water rose and formed into the shape of a woman. The scummy moss her flowing gown those but sees law the spirit of the swamp the spirit of the swamp the spirit of the swamp. They gasped our lady. She laughed spinning merrily in the air and spraying water drops. So she said still spinning. You wanted a they keep saying that my lady yes but I keep reminding them that a Queen Code also provide leadership said the Wardi one with a pointed. Look at the bullfrog. But we don't need a king or a queen where perfectly happy leading ourselves we do need king said the bullfrog the right sort of king for a bunch of frogs like this lot e the spirit waved her hands raining muddy droplets the wrong. He okay coming right on the spirit to grew brighter and brighter until she was nothing more than a floating ball of swampy colored light. Then the lights started to stretch and grow. What is that asked the tree frog? It's our new king. Said the bullfrog pushing forward here. It comes the King His Majesty. It's crowning the light exploded and suddenly from thin air. A fat nominally log appeared. It splashed into the water soaking all the frogs and then bobbed back to the surface. It floated well offering plenty of places to sit and rest and shelter from the rain and the hot summer Sun. The Wardi one laughed and so did the tree frog and their friends. Perfect Queen for us. She said the spirit is wise. Indeed she hopped from her rock onto the new log it was soft with Moss and smelled like rich earthy fungus a perfect place to arrest. Hey that's no way to treat a king. The bullfrog and his grumpy group croaked but they were ignored the fun frogs cozied in the King or Queen's Crooks and leapt from its edges and swam happy laps around it they laughed so hard they're big rubbery cheeks hurt and then they fell asleep burrowed in its spark. The bullfrog watched them all and complained and complained and complained. My must have said it wrong to the spirit. He said this this law. This isn't the sort of King we need. Look at that lot over there. Splashing and splashing and yelling. They need someone who can get them to fall in line and stay in line and quiet down and stay in line. Good K good friends. You know. It's true.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Let's get back to the interview fresh Air's, Dave Davies recorded with Tracy Edwards who in nineteen eighty nine was the first woman to lead an all female sailing crew on the Whitbread round the world race this first leg of the journey from England to or Gua you finished third out of the four boats in your class. And the journalists who thought you wouldn't even get there. We're giving you a well, well done sort of treatment. You didn't feel that way right now. We have seen Gusset when we came third way were so disappointed. So we had this really weird situation going on, on, on the dog so we will coming in with a face as low as I don't know what and then everyone else of the dealt with guy you're, you're live. So we had this really strange party with very happy group people in a very grumpy group of people. It's very with the second leg of the journey is from Oregon to Australia. It's the longest and you're kind of sailing across the bottom of the world. If you kind of turned the globe over and picture it, so the most direct route would be kind of as close to the south pole as possible that gets tricky that, imposed a tough decision on you. Tell us what, you know, the trade offs were in the challenges. Don't just stop him pull to you continue to work in the Gaza fixing the boat on themselves. And I just I the sat in my room in the hotel with all my charts and everything else will on the boat and the Nuff station. And you're planning your your next leg and you're looking at different things like what is the weather, like coming up? What is the state currently in the Southern Ocean? Where are the I spokes? They were particularly far north that year and you're looking at long range, forecasts, and trying to piece all these things together. And so what you want to do is, yes, he wants goes for south as possible. But and the reason why others made the decision not to was because of the icebergs. Now, I made quite a risky decision that we wouldn't his nice Berg and I took us the further south of any boats in the Whitbread fleet that year but I was very clear on what I wanted to my once. Stood what you don't want to do is go so far, south that you go with the antibiotic shelf, which then changes the shape of the waves and can make them quite unmanageable and use I don't want get on the wrong side of the low pressure, which is to go south of them, you want to stay north of them because they travelled clockwise. So it was a hugely fruit leg on the decision making front. But I was probably the clearest side of a beaten about anything in the race. And, and I go sit right? Okay. So this crew, this is not a balmy Caribbean sail. I mean you're going to save time, but conditions are. Well, I think one of you said there's nothing that can prepare you for sailing in the Southern Ocean. Can you just describe a little bit about what it was like, what the crew had to put up with I case, the conditions in this other nation is your body starts deteriorate to sin, as you cross the start line pain, and cold, all the quickest ways to lose weight, you can get frostbite in your fingers and toes? It's minus twenty minus thirty degrees below freezing you all. Paul constantly damp, because salt water doesn't dry. So the goes up on deck would be miserable, cold wet miserable. You know, freezing fingers and toes, tons of clothing on, so you can barely move the foods revolting. So you just shut it down your throat as quickly as possible and try and get as much sleep as possible with this forum for a watch system and it's also a sensory deprivation because my son, there's no blue sky. It's gray and the boats, gray. And everything's gray and it is miserable leg. And you have to look out for is. And sometimes it's foggy and sometimes it's at night. Would you play someone on the bow? How does that work? Yep. So you have a bow, watch what we realized when we had woken up will when I'd wake up at the goals, we're ready staring at it, but I was I, I went up on deck, and we were citing, Paulsen iceberg. And I said, oh, my God. I didn't see that on the radar. And they went note we didn't either. So that's when we thought, yeah, we need to have. Someone on the bow just because it just gives you that few seconds, more of warning. If you if you see an iceberg and you have to swerve. So you're not within sight of any of the other boats, obviously. And you finally get to the calmer waters as you approach Australia describe getting into Austria, and realizing where you were. We'll coming out towards the straight a number of things happened. When you come out to the Southern Ocean eight, we'll obviously gets warmer heading up towards strata, the sea state changes the color of the C goes from black to disputable, deep translucent blue, the sky, you can see the sky again, it actually has a definition between the, you know, between the sea, and, you know, the clouds, you suddenly remember, these things that you haven't seen for five weeks. And then obviously is I say guess warmer, you start dry everything out. And as you get closer to land, as Jenny says, in the film land, smells, and, you know, for quite a way out, you, you can smell, what's coming up, and that's quite amazing. And it is like being reborn. And as we came out to Australia, we did not know whether we had one, we suspected, we were in first place, but we didn't know until we cross the finishing line and how it was on one of the boats shouting, your fun. Does. That was I think probably the happiest moments minds. Highlife the third leg is the shortest. It goes from Australia to New Zealand, and that's a different kind of sailing. It's sort of tactical. You're often with inside of the other boats you win again. Describe arriving in new New Zealand. It's just amazing. It we, we knew we had to win this leg to prove that we could do a long hard like and short complicated leg, and I had three great tacticians on board. And we did match race pretty much the whole way with less spray, and then with rock and roll. And when we go into New Zealand, we'd been delayed by the wind dropping, and it was nighttime. So we, we actually ended up guessing at one o'clock in the morning. There wasn't again into across the star the finishing line that someone said, you know, if one and we were so happy Donnie by now at this time whereas the previous time of being thirty six hours. So we now sixteen hours ahead of all nurse rival at the halfway point. And when we did turn the Kunar to motorin to the pool that we were going into. There was a wolf and we thought that it was covered with thousands of birds and was anyone, we got close that we realized it was people thousands and thousands of people had come out in, in Oakland at one o'clock in the morning to see maiden. It was it was just amazing. So you were you had become famous. I mean, I guess this was in some respects kind of a novelty story in some in some way. But suddenly people are rooting for you and your winning. It was. Yeah. I mean, I think we still stayed in obesity, for some people. Although for a lot of people, they started to wake up and go actually women can do this Tracy Edwards remarkable experience, as skipper of the first all female crew to compete in and around the world sailing race is told in the new documentary maiden it opens in theaters this Friday, we'll be back after a.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Through june thirtieth theater works dot org next time on the world donald trump at the g twenty economic summit the president might have planned to focus on tariffs and trade war but now the concern is a real war with iran revising trump's to do list the g. twenty it's on the world they latest from the g. twenty and other global news all ahead in thirty minutes after fresh air on the world to on kiki we public radio this is fresh air i'm terry gross let's get back to the interview fresh air's davies recorded with tracy edwards who in nineteen eighty nine was the first woman to lead an all female sailing crew on the whitbread round the world race it was an arduous thirty three thousand mile competition divided into five lex the boats would start in england and compete to arrive i in the designated ports where the winning crew would win a trophy and the crews would rest if you days before starting the next led the best cumulative time for the whole race was named the winner edward story is told in the new documentary maiden directed by alex homes it opens in theaters tomorrow this first leg of the journey from england to or aguire you finished third out of the four boats in your class and the journalists who thought you wouldn't even get there we're giving you well well done sort of treatment you didn't feel that way right now we have seen gusset when we came said way was so disappointed so we had this really wit situation going on on on the dog so we were coming in with a faces low as i don't know what then everyone else in the guy you're you're so we have this really strange party with very happy grief pay grumpy group of people with the second leg of the journey is from oregon to australia it's the longest and you're kind of sailing across the bottom of the world if you turned the globe over in picture it so the most direct route would be kind of close to the south pole as possible that gets tricky that imposed a tough decision on us You tell us what the trade offs were and the challenges. well you don't just still import to continue to work and the goes a fixing the boat on themselves and i just i the in my room in the hotel with my child's and everything else will on the button enough station and you're planning you'll you'll next leg and you're looking at different things like what is the weather like coming up what is the state currently in the southern ocean where the i spokes they were particularly fond all that yeah and you're looking at long range full costs and trying to piece these things together so what you want to do is yes he wants goes fall south.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is coming back. Kind of Adam Schefter reporting that Mandela has signed with the alliance of American football is signed a standard player agreement there. That's the kind of star power that the af does need and is lacking right now. Right. It's why these legs they love to grab like a Tibo. Johnny Manziel guys were true stars in college. That are familiar household names with Johnny football. He'll never be a guy. I'm rooting for to make it back and had every opportunity blew it at every turn. And he's not a a few good story in my eyes might be intriguing might be interesting to see him play. But even the CFL. He's never looked like the exciting player that he was back at Texas. Am. So is in the league a name for the league, potentially. We'll see where exactly where he ends up. But I'll say it's good for the af try to get some name recognition. And it's only so far you could get basically playing as a minor league football and saying, hey, our guys they can end up in the league on Sundays, and you guys have been established. That's where people are more interested in right like independent leagues in baseball. I remember working at the Long Island ducks when I was a kid. Now, would you what would excite when like Jose could or Ricky Henderson came through on another team guys that we're stars in major league baseball Malveaux Haas? And that league wasn't as a hype to see him. But I think lines Johnson spent some time there lots of guys that roll through it. It's exciting to see those guys come back and played say, they saw them recognizeable names. You know, that's the kind of stuff that you do need is part of any league. That's starting up. We'll continue taking your calls. Eight seven seven three three. Thirty seven sixty six sixty six reminder. You can listen to WFAN anytime anywhere. Download the radio dot com app and favourite us today. And if you have a Alexa, Google home just say play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fan. Artie in Brooklyn wants to talk about the Mets what's going on. Good. Well, I had to call because you said that you love you like the connote trade the metro gold foreign. I don't see that. I just I don't know how you take on a bit contract. He's age. Nobody cooked PD's you're giving up basically you. Is the key to the deal? They canot could be an impact player for two maybe three seasons. Whatever to stand is. How you how is it going to be an impact player knowing that agent in the PD came back last year after the suspension and was good. Artie. Good. But not an impact player. Okay. Last april. I felt so much better about this team. Then I do now. And I don't know maybe Brody rose Rosie the wrong way, or whatever is used as I recall it he's but he's a day. Don't you think? Wow. Is money would better. Jones was available for three million dollars. Now, you need a shop, and you and you can't sign GO. So I'd rather have had the pitcher then Lowery, but I will I did not have much interest in Adam Jones. I think they needed a center fielder. Jones is not a center fielder any longer. He's kind of the same thing as I understand. He's not as old, but when you look at their production in recent years, I think age is impacted Jones more than it has connote to this point. But I would say I'd rather have the pitcher jed Lowrie, I will say that they need some rotations. Brodie went after is it a coincidence that he went after both of his ex. I I don't know. It's not a coincidence. He said as much with canal, he has intimate knowledge of the circumstances that led to canot suspension last year, which is something that he noted and also, you know, he he feels I think like anybody if you know someone, and you know, you can trust them, and you have a relationship at them, you feel more comfortable going to them. And I don't think that it's a grand conspiracy here. I just think it's you have comfort with people that have done right by you before. And I'm sure that's the way that Brody looks at a lot of his former clients here. He's a big be, okay. If they don't win in two years. Those last three years are going to be hard. It's going to be a horrible contract. If they don't get the DA the way now. And do you think are they ready to win now with this team? I think the division. They're not a favorite and the division. They have the ability to win. Now, I will say that already, but they're not a favorite. I'm not picking the Mets to win the NFL east. I will say if the pitching stays healthy, if you get ninety starts at a Wheeler Syndergaard gras, and I know that's asking a lot. But that's the what if we played the what if game with the same game since two thousand fifteen what after starting pitching all comes together stays healthy. See what they can do. We saw great pitching could be the last couple of months twenty fifteen and in the World Series or in the in the postseason that year, y'all said an offense that finally came together. Just when you look back on it. Amazing. How suddenly all the problems the Mets had before that run? And since that, run ceased to exist. They had the offense. They could score. They had dangerous run producers. It says, but it's Murph in the middle of the lineup and the pitching was healthy. And everybody was rolling except for the Harvey headache in late August, but that got settled. They finally put it all together, and that way, and you feel like they're still capable of that somehow some way, and that's what they're chasing. They can make it a lot easier on themselves and up the payroll and be more aggressive with star players that are available and free agency. Absolutely. But they had to make a decision I felt this off season. Do you put the pedal the metal and gun for it? And his team needs a lot of work to really be a competitor or D. Trae Jacob degrom. Do you trade Noah, Syndergaard and reset and look two years ahead? That's the crossroads. I felt the Mets were act. Clearly, I ownership wanted to gun for it. And they wanted a GM who said the best move is the go for it. Now, Brody van wagon and felt he can make a winner of this team right away. And that's why I've had the off season you've had. That's why Brody bandwagon is the. That's what happened. I think. That's the thought process that led the Matt's here. Now there within a couple of wins of the nationals Braves and Phillies net division capable of winning the division. And that's the hope they'll hang onto but three years from now. Yeah, I don't see the Mets being in a strong position three years from now there they have a set window now they have this year and next year in my mind to win a championship. Go on that. Ron win a division be competitive. After that point. It's a lot of question marks at the very least, and I wouldn't expect Robertson Cano to be you know, certainly now worth the money. He'll be making in those years. Tony in Connecticut wants to get back to some of the rules changes for baseball right down here. Hey, great show. So I have to say that. I'm not particularly thrilled about the three better. Minimum. Yeah. I get I get why they do it. But but I don't particularly like it for a couple of reasons worn I think that if you really like baseball you're watching the sixth or seventh inning. They bring in a lefty to get out of big lefty and a big game. You don't mind that. I think that's okay. I don't mind mad. I mind when they take out the lefty, and they bring in the writing for the next batter. And we're in the park and go into commercial again. That's where I get annoying grown. I totally get that. But you know, you know, I know there are certain situations where you wanna do it. I get that. But the thing is if you like baseball. You know, I don't think you necessarily bothered you. But I think the other thing is I think baseball trying to break and people who might not be watching the game at all in the six or seven six which I think that you know, some of these changes are know. For for people who are actually watching the game, you know speeding up the game. And I think that if you want to bring more people into the game, you know, some of the some of the broadcast might be to start. Introducing the strategy more intricacies of the game in the back stories about the players. I don't think they spend enough time doing that for you know, for new for new watcher. Do I would say a problem that baseball has is? I think a lot of the booths around the game don't like the game as much because it has changed so much over the years. And they might not understand what the front offices are trying to do because you have former players that were asked to do different things in a different era. I think that hurts baseball. I how often do you turn on a baseball broadcast, and the it's like a grumpy group in their complaining about the rules or the pace or they don't like this player that player. I absolutely agree with that. I think that you know, I think that they're focused on what's going at conversations about the news new staff, you know, the sabermetrics are helpful. And you know, what what the fans are looking at in terms of how they're rating players grading players. So I think all of those conversations help, but I do think that you know, you could spend a little more time, especially for the young kids talking about, you know, some of the baseball strategy, you know, a little bit. No, more one on one. I understand some of that. And and I we could see some of the game and Howard help the kind of placate to the kids a little bit more. I think it's fine. I mean, I learned watching Tim Carver on on the broadcast forever. Besides my dad, if I learn more about baseball rain body else than from Timothy carbonless. I always he always did a good job of breaking the exam. What was happening in the game? What was going to happen in the game and so forth? Charlie and oyster bay is next. What's up, Charlie Hayes, a pleasure to talk? You be happy say pack weekends. The baseball the one on one. Slow pace. Summer game. It's not a bad millennial type things. And that's what's gotta be educated. But my my point that I wanted to call and he spoke to your producer is that cargo very much surprise me costumes being in the minors. Minor league deal doesn't mean that he'll be in the minors. But that that is stunning to me as well. Yes. I mean, the only thing I told you producer. And finally baseball for fifty seven years and he's on top of his game in Colorado. But he should have been hitting. It doesn't make any sense. I think that he was on steroids and major league baseball certainty. Surtee players until they until a certain point if you test positive they're going to suspend him. They have no reason to hide anything with this. He's an older player. Good. Players performing at a high level. Then they would pay him if he was going to keep doing it. I look at it. Well, he's an older player. Breaking down more on his they're hiding some health reasons. But it doesn't make any sense why he's in the minors. You're seeing these guys Harper and Machado got paid. But this trend within the sport right now guys aren't getting paid. They're older. They think they're going to be a free agent. Get that major money. It's not out there for them and Carlos Gonzales fits that to date. Got it used to be a center fielder. Now, he's ni- move as well as a corner outfielder teams don't value those players as much they want versatility guys. They could play multiple positions. Carlos Gonzales is not that he's coming out, of course field which always says some kind of stigma in terms of how that impacts the stats. He wasn't. He's been banged up over the years. These are all things that are red flags for front offices and the past Carlos Gonzales would be paid. Now. I'm stunned. That's a minor league deal. I think that's dramatic. But look at the date. It's the middle of March opening day is less than two weeks away. And you're Carlos Gonzales, and you wanna play how long to sit there and wait for the guaranteed deal the multi year deal, you know, that's not happening. Sit out a season now late in your career. He took the minor league deal. He wants to play I guess and that been as good as he can do. But I don't think I don't see a conspiracy with steroids. And all this other stuff, the guest use it. They get suspended and they were allowing some guys to use. It would bring those guys in. I mean that doesn't make I'm not a big conspiracy theorist guy anyway. But in this case, it does make sense because look at the date guys at the settle..

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"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your first question teary, what edible relative of the carrot is also related to the turtle etymologically speaking. I'm going to go this. Knicks parsnips is correct. Very nice, call chef. Your second question. The brandy wine is a disappointingly alcohol-free variety of what culinary vegetable. I do know this. What are you willing to pay? I pay you pay you pay. You kisses on the cheek glass of wine. Okay tomato. I'm gonna go with tomato. Tomato is correct. Very nice. Hey, by the way, it's a fruit vegetable kisses. Oh, oh Doral. That'd be. It's gotta go. He likes to smooth cheeked on. All right. Your third question. Terry. Wasn't moving on question. Three walnuts. Got added later, but the original Waldorf salad recipe. Definitely featured what fruit apple that is correct. Very nice. Wow. Origins are conflicted. But the Japanese version of fried ice cream usually involves dipping it in what kind of better I wanted to go rice flour a rice flour batter. Yeah. That's incorrect. Okay. We're looking for temporary Semper battle. A serving of pineapple has more than one hundred percent of your daily recommended intake of vitamin go. I was gonna say see, but that doesn't sound right. For some reason that doesn't sound right. So I'm gonna go with a vitamin A. It's actually vitamin C. You were all right. Bridget. Are you ready? I'm ready to go. What common pizza topping is often classified. As a vegetable even though it isn't even a plant over the tomato sauce. No, we're actually going to go from mushroom their emotions like Menes and whole milk are mixtures of oil and liquids that are mostly what they're emulsified their whipped. What? I would say the whip together stove. Starts with an F. What are you thinking fast? Not no. The most vacation its water its water fat liquid. It's defied. You make bubbles. It's not really a question. I'm giving it to you. Because it says water you listed water, but it's water in the other. Been accepted air air air as a component. So we're going to give. Luckily, we only have a two hour shows. Perfect. Your question roast beef garlic bread, a mumbling fictional character. And Panama's currency. What word means all three Panama's currency a mumbling fictional, boxer and roast beef and garlic bread. What word means all three? I'm guessing Panini. I don't know. Do you like paninis trying to think of the the Panamanian really that's where you're going to go like a like a boxer like like a movie fictional? Character was also boxer. Yeah. Lucho? You have the questions in front of you, Terry. We're all seeing our head. I know very grumpy group you're taking it out on me. Don't shoot the messenger. Being very cocky, you've got the answer in front. Okay. What is it? I.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Be. It's gotta go. He likes to smooth cheeked. All right. Your third question. Terry wasn't moving on question. Three walnuts. Got added later, but the original Waldorf salad recipe. Definitely featured what fruit apple that is correct. Very nice. Wow. It's origins are conflicted. But the Japanese version of fried ice cream usually involves dipping it in what kind of better. I me to go rice flour a rice flour batter. Yeah. That's incorrect. Okay. We're looking for temporary Semper. A serving of pineapple has more than one hundred percent of your daily recommended intake of vitamin go. I was gonna say see. But that doesn't sound right for some reason that doesn't that sound right. So I'm going to go with a vitamin A. It's actually vitamin C. You were all right. Bridget. Are you ready? I'm ready to go. What common pizza topping is often classified. As a vegetable even though it isn't even a plant over the tomato sauce. No, we're actually going to go mushroom their emotions like mayonnaise and whole milk are mixtures of oil and liquids that are mostly what they're emulsified their whipped. What? Yeah. I would say the whip together stove. Yes. Starts with an F. What are you thinking fast? Not no. The most vacation its water its water fat liquid. It's multiplied. You make bubbles. It's not really a question. I'm giving it to you. Because it says water you list. Water, but it's the water in the other. Air air air as a component. So we're going to get. Luckily, we only have a two hour show. Perfect. Your third question roast beef garlic bread a mumbling fictional character. And Panama's currency. What word means all three Panama's currency mumbling fictional, boxer and roast beef on garlic bread. What word means all three? I'm guessing Panini. I don't know. Do you like paninis trying to think of the Panamanian? Really? That's where you're gonna go like a like a boxer like a movie fictional. Character was also boxer. Yeah. Lucia have the questions in front of you wolf? We're seeing our head. I know very grumpy group you're taking it out on me. Don't shoot the mess. Being very cocky, you got the answer in front of. Okay. What is it? I told you. She was noticed. She gets. The rules. I don't know Val. Boa? All right. Your fourth question. Beets celery carrots lettuce, parsley, watercress, spinach and tomato were the original namesake ingredients of what beverage beets carrots lettuce, parsley, watercress, spinach and tomato audience. Be quiet blading Mary the ATM. Oh, God, man. Okay. And your final joined us tonight. Final question. Bridget usually paired up with duck or fruit. What's super slow? Cooking method comes from the French for preserve comfy Kofi is correct. Very nice. How.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kisses. Oh, oh adorable, man. That'd be it's gotta go. He likes to smooth cheeked. All right. Your third question. Moving on question. Three walnuts. Got added later, but the original Waldorf salad recipe. Definitely featured what fruit apple that is correct. Very nice. Wow. It's origins are conflicted. But the Japanese version of fried ice cream usually involves dipping it in what kind of better, I want to go rice flour a rice. Flour batter. That's incorrect. Okay. We're looking for Tempur Semper. A serving of pineapple has more than one hundred percent of your daily recommended intake of vitamin. Go. I was gonna say see. But that doesn't sound right. For some reason that doesn't that sound right. So I'm gonna go with a vitamin A. It's actually vitamin C. You were all right. Bridget. Are you ready? I'm ready to go. What common pizza topping is often classified. As a vegetable even though it isn't even a plant tomato sauce. No, we're actually going to go mushroom their emotions like Menes and whole milk are mixtures of oil and liquids that are mostly what? There are multiplied their whipped there. Yeah. I would say the whip together stove. Neff starts f what are you thinking? I thought no. The most vacation its water its water fat liquid. It's defied. You make bubbles. It's not really a question. I'm giving it to you. Because it says water you listed water. But it's the water in the other. Air air air as component. So we're going to give. Luckily, we only have a two hour shows your third question roast beef on garlic bread a mumbling fictional character. And Panama's currency. What word means all three Panama's currency a mumbling fictional, boxer and roast beef on garlic bread. What word means all three? I'm guessing Panini. Do you like paninis trying to think of the Panamanian, really? That's where you're going to go like a like a boxer like like a movie fictional. Character was also boxer. Yeah. You have the questions in front of you, Terry. We're seeing our head. I know very grumpy group you're taking it out on me don't sheet the mess. Being very cocky, you've got the answer. Okay. What is it? Now notice he gets like. The rules. Balboa?.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"There's been a lot of talk recently about the dangers of parenting and cell phones and screen time for kids and kids watching tv and parents basically handing cell phones to their kids and how that's really bad welt the new study comes out and says that's actually not the really bad part the really bad part is you using your phone and not paying attention to your kid well you knew that was coming i know i filed this under the no shit category i do see this everywhere though so i guess we have to get the word out because like even when i take my kid to the park like i just see a bunch of people just sitting on their phones letting their kids eat dirt yeah you know we do have to call the heard somehow we do we do this is true a big change over at facebook i didn't know if you saw this this week jason but they're going to start well they have started already charging a monthly subscription fees for access to a group so if you set up a group you can now put a paywall on it if you'd like you know in theory i actually would like this if face me dumpster fire i actually think this is a great idea i really do like it i'm not particularly involved in any facebook groups but my wife is there's a couple of different parenting groups and you know if they were able to charge a couple of bucks to keep the trolls out because it will keep the trolls out i think that's a great thing no i'm i'm down with that it's just one of those things where it's like man i could we could totally have a podcasting group over there grumpy group yet for people who didn't want to use patriot or pay pal like sign up for the grumpy group for a dollar a month but i don't wanna use facebook it's in the past couple of weeks i've signed on like maybe once every five or six days right that's it i don't care anymore i'm like i believe i've gotten past the you know the first stages of withdrawal so i'm thinking i'm good i'm impressed good for you but i think it's a good move for their on their part in other news gaming disorder is now officially recognized by the world health organization we had this we had this before on the show when this was like you know incongruity in it was going back and forth and it just sounds like bullshit it really does there's there's enough yeah yeah the symptoms are real but you know you go back and forth with anything on this you've got you've got doctors on both sides saying no it's real it's a real thing then we can charge for ten you know we can make more money off of it and you got other doctors go a little horse shit their video games they're not they're not no no no get this out of there i think it would just be under any addiction i think addiction in and of itself would camp you know gaming gambling booze whatever it's all the same thing as far as i'm concerned now i probably should've put this article up when we were just talking about facebook of somebody quick facebook for ten days and the social network wouldn't let him forget it this is by henry grabber over at a slate and it's quite funny have you been getting all the kind of emails that he's been getting no because i'm smart enough to turn off email notifications from facebook there you go up swith aside switch that off about ten years ago granted if i was trying to do a piece on this you know shock piece than it would be one thing but no i have no notifications from facebook on i don't check that stupid email address that they set up for you you know your name at facebook or f b dot com where was that thing it's i've gotten rid of it so long ago now but they gave you an alternate email address yeah i don't even know if those still exist i don't know i turn it off so long ago or at least tried to at least notifications off because i in and i looked at it and they were like two thousand messages in there and i'm like select i'll delete because i mean there's nothing in there that i'm sure i wanted yeah yeah this is cute it was a.

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"grumpy group" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"grumpy group" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"And that's what i mean when i say how is just chasing the world i was behind i was anxious was frustrated not led to might insidee issues but when i changes are getting up a few minutes earlier each morning success started coming easier and faster in my life seles stepmother research why are early risers more successful america bore you with all the studies showing a warning people are more optimistic agreeable and conscientious the night owls scuttle 'tiger from winnie the pooh verses garfield the cat in irby knows at takers energetic yeah and garfield grumpy group you'll gore fueled yeah you know emits for good laughs especially when i do garfield source which is terrible but no you don't wanna go through life in a garfield mood but one study that is worth mentioning is research from the university of texas where they found that college students who had defied it's morning people were earning a full gradepoint higher on their gpa than selfproclaimed night owls that's amazing also in my opinion it takes far more disciplined to be night out now sound sexy oh yeah working late you know like all the cool kids college cramming for an exam but you know what in this day and age with net flicks and your spouse and your kids in a million other distractions and temptations these days it's so hard to get any worked on late at night specially special you if you're tired now even worse researchers shows at night hours are more likely to be obese physically inactive an wasting time with television or social media than people who get up early they also smoke and drink more they have the munchies legal a pizza you know they watch movies and i know that sounds cruel and it is cool when you're eighteen but not one year 38 28 or even 23 now you gotta grow up at some time right that means getting up getting up early.

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