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"jerry books" Discussed on WTOP
"Small today. That's the fits way. Jerry Books and the Traffic Center. Hi, Jerry. Her look through that way. Enter now to look through. Maryland and Virginia should find no issues. Little delay off the inner loop of the Beltway onto the South bound George Washington Parkway still may have a new issue. On that ramp, uh, in the in the wet weather, so we may find some just some reduced speeds on some of the highways, depending on whether you're driving a wet roadways or if you're driving through the rain, depending on where you are 50 eastbound through a buoy Annapolis headed toward the Bay Bridge. No issues crossing the Bay Bridge. There are limited wind restrictions in effect affecting house trailers, empty box trucks and vehicles. They can't simply cross. The bridge will be prohibited from crossing the bridge for 24 Davidsonville rode around two eastbound 50. That ramp was blocked with crash activity. And then Billy North Bend on three or one near 1. 97 calling Tin Road We had a crash. I do believe that traffic is being diverted onto 1 97 from three or one and you won't be able to get toward route. 50 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway through between the capital in Baltimore beltways no issues there 95 Virginia between Springfield and Fredericksburg again the issues along I 95 I'm Jury Booth. W T o p traffic. All righty. Let's check in with Mike Stanford and get the low down on this forecast. Mike, what's ahead for us? Well, right now we're watching some heavy rainfall falling around the route 50 corridor from the district eastward over to the Bay Bridge in along I 95 for the District of Baltimore, also some every heavy rainfall that is moving off to the North. At a fairly good clipper looking off to the West now, and the first part of what may be a squall line has done started to form around the Culpeper area to the west of warranted with some very heavy rainfall, this activity action movie after the north right now. Will graduate start to make eastward. Moving as the Cold front comes out of West Virginia and starts to cross the Alleghenies and eventually the Blue Ridge. But it's going to take awhile and until the front comes through here, there will be a risk of severe thunderstorms. Also some very heavy rainfall because that.
"jerry books" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"And that's my current fulltime hundred percent. You know project an all in on right now. So what is something that is not as part of your scam or not on your linked in that we should know about you. I would say that I am a very. I wouldn't say highly anxious person but I have to be doing things at all times. Have a ton of hobbies. I do tons of yoga I read. I read like a new book a week. I'm always doing things I feel like even when I'm not working I'm always getting into some sort of project. The last book I read was actually a reread. And it's the secret because I wanNA talk any welcome so our people last year ask Carly and me. What were some like management books? We had read and I responded. The secret and it to me was really helpful. In how to think through manifesting visualization life. Yeah when we started the skin we were remains and we had a bookshelf with l sat books. Jerry Books G. Mat Bucks like all the things and then just the secret. That's a guy that we need to get this off the ground. Well I read it years ago when I really wanted to take the leap and drop out of law school. I didn't tell my parents. I was so nervous to take the next step and not know what I was going to be doing. I feel like when you're in school. You have this constant continuum of knowing after school. Then I'm going to get a job that I'm going to do this. I'm going to get promoted to this then and I was like for the first time. I don't know what I'm doing and that book helped me so much. What I put out there will come back to me if I just stick with my passions and aligned with my purpose and the things that interests me it all will fall into place. The universe well provide whatever it is that I'm supposed to be doing if I just keep waking up every day doing what I'm passionate about and it worked out and I know that sounds so cheesy but I wanted to read the power recently and I was like I really WanNa brush up and read the secret again. I saw my next book is the power so when you were growing up. He suffered from some health issues. That caused you to think about your health and body in new ways. Talk to us about that. Yeah so it was asthma. That was the biggest thing that I had since I was like a baby all the way through adolescence. It was all over my face my body my arms and it was really quite odd because most infants and toddlers grow out of eggs. Ma and I was getting to an age where I was really self conscious about it. I was in like I was about twelve so like middle school area worst age. Yeah and YOU START TO CARE. And so Pediatrician did an autoimmune panel and it turned out that asthma's autoimmune and so a seal EAC and so I had sealy act disease and I didn't even know what it was. I didn't know what gluten was back then. You couldn't order by any gluten free product so once I cut gluten out of my diet miasma completely cleared up and after years of using steroid creams interesting. So uncomfortable it was like this huge lightbulb moment for me that there's this direct correlation between what we consume and how we look and feel and that just caused me to like devour every nutrition book. I could get my hands on food book health and Wellness Book Cooking Book and that was ultimately how I got obsessed with juicing so I want you to take us back to what kind of mental space you were in when you came up with the idea for juice. It wasn't even really coming up with the idea like I'm going to start this brand and we're going to have it in grocery stores nationally. I was so obsessed with juice. I read every book by the Skydiver. Norman Walker who created the first cold press and he was the first pioneer to really taught the idea that juice could cure all these generative diseases and cancers and skin ailments and all sorts of things and so I was just you saying for fun and I was working the front desk at a Yoga Studio in La Hoya in San Diego and a guy. Can you are in law school at this point? No I had dropped his right after. You're right teaching. Yoga was kind of my way of doing something to fill my time and figure out what I wanted to do. And this guy's skated up on a skateboard to take class. And checking him in and he has a green juice in a glass bottle. And so did I. And so we strike up conversations so we ended up dating. We read hanger all the time. Make juice and just started this little local cult following of people who would ask us to make them Jews mostly through the Yoga Studio and then it just kind of by word of mouth grew in grill and so people would text us every Sunday their orders and then we would make it and deliver it. And that's actually how I met. My current husband is he ordered juice from me. Dafa and I delivered okay so four before we get into the business side. I just have to ask. What was it like starting a company with someone you were dating? It was rocky. I mean in the beginning. It's all sunshine and roses when things are great and you're getting along and you're in the honeymoon and you're excited about starting this new project together but we did end up breaking up. We're still great friends so everything turned out. Well I mean it's an evolution to get to that So in a Lotta ways. It's like co-parenting when you're divorced because you still have this baby doe working together. We were still working together and this was right when we launched in whole foods so we had a lot at stake. We have these huge opportunity is and so you kind of have to cut your emotions out and realize the bigger picture and that we both just want the same thing. We started this because we love juice. And now we're GONNA get it nationally distributed and be able to have other people experience the same type of product like we need to cut the crap that we have personally and just continue forward and there was a period of time. I was much more active in president and he kind of needed his time. But for great friends now and it all worked out. And there's obviously a big leap from year in a new relationship and you both have a hobby about making juice and sharing it with friends and customers of the studio and taking meetings a whole foods. What was the skill set that each of you brought to the table. That really started making this at business. Yes so eric. My original partner was relieve creative so he was really into the product the recipes Just a super creative guy and much more organized and analytic and I'm also very creative. I'm much more creative than I am like math science minded but I definitely was able to put a lot more of the business pieces in place. Initially we just had to investors who were local guys that had tried. The juice really loved it and wanted to know more about it and you know said. Hey we think we could really do something big at this and I think we were all thinking of the blueprint model where it was just like a national home delivery. I don't think thinking retail at this point and we only had a three day shelf life because it was an unpasteurized cold press juice and when whole foods approached us about the opportunity. They were just starting. I'm sure you guys have seen this. But there's like a little local signed by certain products that they have in store and it tells you how many miles away a little picture of who made their kind of just starting that initiative and they were looking for local brands that had unique ideas of products that they didn't currently have their assortment. So we said Hey. We only have a three-day shelf-life XYZ and they require thirty days and obviously selling unpasteurised product. Just the same way they don't sell. Jerry is a problem so we actually researched food preservation method called HP which is high pressure processing. Now lots of brands use it. But it's a way for juices to be essentially pressurized in an ice bath so that they stay raw so we employed that technology and we're able to launch in whole foods as a test and the southern Pacific region and then it did really well and within six months. They plus us out nationally to whole foods. Rich You I think. Initially we had a contact at whole foods that was interested and she kind of wanted to know more and then we were connected to kind of some higher up people and we pursued it pretty aggressively or you nervous or were you like no. We deserve this to happen this I yeah I think at the time I was really excited about the idea of doing it in my mind so much work needed to be done to make it happen. I never really got overly hopeful and kind of just was going down the path of exploring the relationship with them and figure out how we could make it. Work whole foods. Seems like such a big company. I didn't realize like Oh. They can just launch us in that in six months. They complex us out nationally. And so I don't think I understood the gravity of the opportunity when it first presented itself. I think that it was more. It'd be really cool. If we launched in whole foods you know. But I don't think I understood that it would really change the business and be that one moment. That really catapulted the brand to like national household name. How did you guys think about distinguishing suture juice in the beginning because you were right at the trend of what is now a very crowded market? Yeah and we were really lucky that we had great timing because at the time it wasn't a crowded market at the time. I don't believe blueprint was certified organic yet. They quickly became certified organic but I think when we launched we were the only certified organic brand secondly are blends so we did really unique blends at the time. I think blueprint was very straightforward. It was like Apple. Lemon beat you know and we did eight plus ingredients on a lot of juices inc things like turmeric you know Sour Cherry and all sorts of like really high antioxidant things And the flavors were really kind of had this little local cult following so we had a lot of unique juices that weren't in the typical assortment of other brands. And I think that set us apart and also just the story that we had founder story it was kind of this little local success thing that I think people really loved knowing about so we weren't just kind of this nameless faceless brand. Who did you turn to for advice as you started something? Got This incredible opportunity. And then you're negotiating or navigating. A sale process all pretty quickly. That's a really interesting question. And that's something I always get asked. I feel like a lot of times. People will say like who is Your Mentor. Or who did you look to? And if I'm just being completely honest I don't feel like I really had anybody. I was like twenty four at the time. None of my peers. Were doing anything similar. I feel like a lot of the older people in my life that I knew. Kind of pooh-poohed. This idea didn't really take me seriously what we were doing so I really just relied on my partner. At the time that we would just go back and forth and it's really just came down to ultimately trusting ourselves and figuring out what felt right. Sure you make tons of mistakes that way but I feel like it was the biggest period of growth because I was able to learn as I was doing things. And if anything didn't work out it was really on me which is kind of a cool thing because at least at the end of the day you think well it didn't work out but that was my decision..
"jerry books" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Vegas stores. In Las Vegas has great tribute acts. We've talked to a lot of them. There is one great Dean Martin act. We're going to meet the man behind that Tom Stevens. He's so good. The deana Martin. We add on the show said this person does my dad better than everybody else. And Tom you ate a look a little I keep you put on some glasses in my God. It's like dean is back. Yeah. Yeah. I get that a lot. It's it's a it's a nice illusion, especially from a stage when I walk out on stage. People are like they gasp. Yeah. Teams back when I did my first. Dean Martin for the Steubenville crowd, which is his hometown. Back in when I turned forty twenty years ago. Oh my God. With my first Dean Martin festival. And there are people that new dean these guys are in their eighties. And they were in tears when they saw me. Personally. And they just said oh my God. It's like dean is back. We're gonna talk about the tons of people that you do. I mean, your worst is unbelievable. I haven't seen the worst like this really since which Little's it's fantastic. But the Martin Lewis thing you actually have a tribute show. You do with a guy named Tony Lewis isn't a relation right to Jerry it. No, no. That's that's actually a stage. Name for him. Okay. Yeah. He's he's he's a talion. His name was Antonio Calcutta. So he took the name of Tony Lewis. And he he does what I do here. But his main character is Jerry, right? Twenty does multiple impressions also and characters in his show, which he does tour in Australia. And then he was he had the idea of putting a Martin and Lewis show together. And I never thought about it. Because I couldn't find anybody to do Jerry. Yeah. And you have that mania because I know back in the fifties. Wouldn't they were a team? They were a people would talk about just how crazy it wasn't as replicate all that running around and so forth while we do it to an extent. But you know, we're we're both older. Now, you know, then then so we can Jerry. When Jerry dean got together Jerry was nineteen and dean was twenty eight. And so there were a lot younger than we were. Now. In fact, the pratfalls Jerry did know his bad back and for him to be on pain meds for his entire life almost, but it has to be kind of a fun thing. Because a lot of heard about that. I was young real young at the time. I tried. I didn't have an idea of what the facts when I was born they had already broken up. I mean, so is this something people, they all know Dean Martin to the Bros and all that. Do they enjoy seeing that? Thing. Our our demographics have been getting younger because the people the kids today are are curious about what it was like what chew entertainment was like because they don't have that today. Right. Entertainers today, you get a of. Bands. But that interaction with the audience if you ever read Jerry's book dean and me a love story. It's fantastic. And these guys they were doing ten twenty shows a day like starting at nine o'clock in the morning every you know, half hour, they'll get up to show, and there was like they were constantly going back, then they were making incredible money. They bought four thousand dollar tuxedos back in the late forties fifties. Wow. Nuts. Dean Martin like that. Is it you have to kind of balance between drunk theme. And then dean could sing anything. Even if he didn't see not so interested in it. I don't do junkie. Dane, I do the Dan you saw a TV show. Okay. So just having a good time at all slide have the drink in my hand. But I don't overdo that my impression of dean a lot of guys what they don't have is the talking voice, right? I do I studied that part of dean, and I picked that up a lot from. I was just talking to my buddy about it today..
"jerry books" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Your first win? Mike. Thank you very much about why US classrooms are starting to resemble arcades now. Call me old fashioned. Not thrilled of this. So it talks about a school where they got twenty kids in the class are about thirteen years old or so and everyone staring at a screen in the front of the room in the class takes turns answering questions, and if you get the right answer, then you earn points, and you move on in your fantasy quest up this mountain or something and the more points, you earn and you can change the outfits of here. It's like Minecraft class craft is actually the name of the thing. But he basically just Minecraft or whatever. It's a video game for school. It turns learning into a video game. Now before I totally breakdown. Why don't like it just to fit it into my point yesterday? If the outside world culture for kids is to be addicted to video games the school needs to be in direct contrast to that the school needs to get into books. Jerry books. Right and more and more. Studies are coming out the kids and adults when you read on ipads or screens, it's not nearly as comprehensive as when you read from an actual book. But instead of being in direct contrast to the outside culture schools, always tried to embrace the outside culture and be cool. All let's turn school in one big video game. Now, it's not gonna work. Actually, it's not working hidden in this AP article way down to the bottom is this nice little line about a school in New York City who has embraced this whole method in the last in the school last year. Forty three percent of quest to learn students were up to state standards on these stainless chest forty three percent compared to forty one percent citywide and twenty nine percent of its student met standards on the math test compared to thirty three percent twenty nine compared to thirty three. So on math. They did worse. State testing is everything but the pitch here is that we're going to make kids smarter by turning learning and do a video game. They did worse. What are we doing? Think kids are adults are confusing education with entertainment. Oh, look, the kids are better entertained. Okay. But are they better educated? Well, now, but luck they're paying attention. To what this video game. We made. Okay. Can.
"jerry books" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"So I did that for two years, and then moved over to the general assignment ask last summer ready to find something that actually excited me again. And that's when I found wildfires. We've obviously, you know or doing that in a very meaningful way did you ever on when you're on the other beat did you ever say, you know, what maybe newspapers wasn't the right right place for me or or even look around the industry and say, this whole thing's falling apart. Why did I do this? Yeah. I spent two years there where I would look up grad school, and then order Jerry books off. Of Amazon and start studying for the GRE, not because I necessarily wanted to take the Jerry or thought that I would go to grad school, but because it just give me some sense of control over my own destiny in path forward. I was so unhappy where I was you know, I I had always found the deep sense of purpose in this career field. And for the first time, it was like all of the joy was leaching out of it. And I would call my parents who have always had very traditional jobs in thought about a job as work. And I realized I was thinking about my career the same way, which isn't something you wanna feel when you're twenty one years old and a brand new city and a brand new job. And so there were a couple of years there. I was seriously considering whether this was actually something that was right for me. Now that you're I mean, you're sort of in the fallow period for fires. It's the more rainy season there now. But when you look ahead to the next year, and the sort of inevitable new big fire that's going to break out. Like, what drives you like what's new and interesting about it that makes you wanna stay continue to kind of cover this sort of very tragic and tragic and also like beat that sort of repeats itself. At the challenge. And I think that's why like it so much. I know that I probably won't be on wildfires forever. But for now, it is something that it's like there's so many stories there that get missed and people who have experienced this really devastating thing in have to rebuild their lives and try to figure out how to move forward in with climate change. This isn't something that is just going to go away. So I'm always trying to figure out. Okay. Well, where could the next paradise be what are the at risk areas? What are those towns doing to prepare, and then also working on bigger long-term projects following some of these people for, you know, different angles and figuring out what they're going through in helping people care because I don't want people to think about wildfires is, you know, for a month there smoke in the air in people are evacuated in the kick. Go back to their homes than you just kind of forget about them. I feel like that is a terrible thing to win coverage drops off because these people don't know medically just presume their lives. It can take years for that to happen anything. My job is making people care in making them realize that this isn't something that just goes away after a month. It's something that lasts for so much longer than that. Well, thank you for coming on the show. And I'm grateful that you are able to spend the time, and and the chronicle gives you the time and space to be able to keep covering this. So I look forward to reading more. Thank you so much for having me. This was really great. That is all on this week. Four informed podcast. I'm your host. Thanks. Lizzie johnson. For doing that. The San Francisco Chronicle also has its own podcast. You should check out. It's called the centerpiece. And there's an episode with Lizzie called city of recommend you go. Download it special. Thanks to my friend. Jeff O'Brien four suggesting this episode, and my co host max linski and Aaron Lamour and to our editor is always piper. Our intern McCloskey and to our sponsor male chip. We'll see you next week.
"jerry books" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That was from the one thousand nine hundred and the nineteen ninety s the term Kim trail was used as a catchall removed normal condensation trails and trails that contain chemicals and heavy metals. There is a well documented biological component to continuously ongoing atmosphere. Studies in which nations and regions are inoculated via specially designed delivery systems with combinations of viruses bacteria, fungi, micro mycoplasma. Blood cells biological markers. All these things are being put into the trails. So that our technocratic masters can assess human animal and plant response became trail experiment is quite literally an eye Atra. Genyk effect was intentionally being used by the bio warlords under the direction of the CIA. Multi organizational mega perpetrating these biochemical projects against humanity. Includes the US department of defense. Darpa it's research arm, plus the department of energy with its huge network of national labs universities private defense. Contractors and pharmaceutical companies are heavily involved cooperating governments of other nations and probably some United Nations agencies are also complicit. Zero Saul projects are global in scope. Kim trailing is the term for classified ongoing artificial modification verse climate systems, and what the users they use reflective materials. They use a aerosol trails all those things are being used to reflect the sunlight, the assaults Salzer dispersed via jet aircraft. Of course. And. They expand. We watched them expand. Always when we see them. An expanded. Reflective artificial clouds. Now, this has been. This will I'm telling you now has been something that I have been reporting now since nineteen ninety eight I believe. And every time I've reported this. I've gotten deeper and deeper into it to demonstrate. Just who is involved. What is involved how it's done? And why? I wrote a book. He's about geo engineering and Kim trails it's on Amazon dot com. It's a really good book. This it's selling really well. It'd be a great idea to give to someone for Christmas. If they have any questions about the Chem trails situation because I. I wanted to tell you that now. We live in times where more information. Has been gathered. My book has a lot of information on Amazon type in CLYDE Lewis these zones you and Jerry book, and you can get it for Christmas better. Get it soon because Christmas is coming, and it may not have arrived unless you have prime, but. I've gathered a lot of information in that book. And there's plenty of information about the threat of geo engineering. It is ongoing. And I wanted to tell you that tonight. We will age arrest. The word Kim trail forever. We have to. To tough to break the habit of saying Kim trail, but the term Kim trail or Kim trails. Is no longer scientific term never was. It was a term that we use to describe what is going on in the sky. But now if you use the word Kim trail in describing what you're seeing it will be used to discredit you. And it'll be used discredit credit the validity of an anti geo engineering effort that is well underway now is important to stress that the term Kim trail. Is not helpful to the cause of exposing and halting climate engineering recommended that we excuse ourselves from using the term, and thus it should be avoided tonight. We put.
"jerry books" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Pat's wife does came was there defensively do forced him out of bounds. And the move, right? Tackle Parker jumped early saw the pressure coming beat the snap count. Now says Roberts goes over to try and calm. The man down started his first game today. Instead of thirty two now becomes third and seven just one of those unfortunate things the young man was eager as far as concerns. Six against the raiders. They've lost thirty yards including taking this ball back. Now. For the forty two yard line. I'd say. Identified. Several the blotchy patterns are the backfield heaps of sharp fifty forty five forty one of their bigger plays for the twenty five yard and again, Jerry car. He was about to be strip sack the ball and with his strength. He pulled it back dropped it off to her chard. And it's a thirty two yard game making something out enough it now if they can cash in from the twenty five yard line with this I down here comes marshawn touch to the middle picked up a couple of yards. And then throwing back most defenses recognized that will number twenty four is in there. He's probably going to get the ball out of the backfield as a run four of six on this drive. Your comes number seven from John steps up avoids pressure keeps it twenty slides. Is down to about seventeen yard line. Joe's Enzo at the pass incomplete. Jerry book. There's a penalty flag a penalty flag, and it's in the end zone and interference are holding center. Ferrets it's gonna come to the one raiders are moving toward that goal line. But let's get the call. I because both were pushing and shoving Derwin James was on the parents. He fence number forty three. Three tight ends a fullback and Marsha. Play action Smith. By the chargers. As Roma's drops off into coverage. How about that young man? What a game he has had they turn out the lights on the raiders. There. It is. I mean the.
"jerry books" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Because the concern was that if they were put flat on the ground they would be visible to german infantry and armor at at ground level they the hope was and it and it worked that if they were raised an angled toward the approaching planes the the germans would not see them and more likely and hopefully rather the the pilots would see that the american pilots would see them these hall of fame lights were arranged in t the long leg of the t approximated a runway of course paratroopers wearing landing they were being dropped but the plane would line itself up as it came in a long long leg of the tea and if you can then picture the crossbar or the that horizontal short bar of the tea that mark the again if we're looking at a a runway for comparison that marked the end of the runway and that mark where the paratroopers would in fact be dropped and these panels had both the panels and the eureka unit had to be setup all within a very short time because these pathfinders were dropped no more than a half hour to forty five minutes at most before the main wave came on so the pressure is on and lillyman is in charge of the pathfinders who are jumping but before he he can jump crouch has to take a risk he has to know whether he can fly into that cloud bank or underneath it crouch is a very important figure here will medium again in the best part of jerry's book he makes the decision on his own because it's radio silence to drop below five hundred feet and to go in at a sensually a level which is murder because you're flying over german groundfire he makes the decision to go straight in to the drop zone however they're taking fire he's i the tr the planes behind him take a lot more fire in fact the second plane gets hit and has to ditch in the water crouch knows that he's taking this risk but he's getting his people over the drop zone dz a is the shorthand for it lillyman leads get they give the green light and they jump out at that point crouches job is done and he turns back towards england three hours away but let simmons job just begins he drops into a field all by himself why were they pat why were they of.
"jerry books" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Pathfinders who are jumping but before he can jump crouch has to take a risk he has to know whether he can fly into that cloud bank or underneath it crouch is a very important figure here will medium again in the best known part of jerry's book he makes the decision on his own because it's radio silence to drop below five hundred feet and to go in at a essentially a level which is murder because you're flying over german groundfire he makes the decision to go straight in to the drop zone however they're taking fire he's i the tr the planes behind him take a lot more fire in fact the second plane gets hit and it has to ditch in the water crouch knows that he's taking this risk but he's getting as people over the drop zone dz a is the shorthand for it lillyman leads get they give the green light and they jump out at that point crouches job is done and he turns back towards england three hours away but letterman's job just begins he drops into a field all by himself why were they off pat why were they of course already jerry well there were a couple of reasons primarily what happened was they simply hit a lot of wind conditions that were unexpected and the cloud bank didn't allow them to see as clearly as they obviously would have picked up no they could pick up no landmarks going in and they exactly so they're off not profoundly but given that they have to build drop zone very quickly there between a town there to the towards utah beach there away from saint mary louise where they land in the drop zone is to be in this field the germans have flooded fields on both sides the rivers are dammed up and they flood so lillyman down with his team and they're all by themselves and he.
"jerry books" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Where you hear the commentary say the young kids they get better every time i mean i'm sure you see your sitting at extreme katori you see these young kids in the matt that no one knows about george but you're probably seeing them do work i mean these kids they come out of nowhere and jerry books as one of those kids so i'm picking shorty torres but i the line came down the line the line for him got his highs i think to seven months to seventy five for torahs which is insane now again this isn't this isn't a normal shortnotice debutante short short toya's has been offered and taking notice fights before turned down them wasn't the right look wanted to get more experience and he's been talking to the yosi before so the fact that he took this fight means he must feel pretty confident it wasn't like this is the desperate guy here this is a guy that's been getting groom multiple amateur titles multiple professional titles not just training out of chicago a good gyms but been training for the past year to teach at dillashaw the killer shaw jim california recently before this fight last month american top team in florida i mean this guy is doing the rounds so this isn't your normal guy that just picked up the phone got off the couch is answering the calls the fight i'm looking forward to how about would ended wargo ooh that's a fun one i know the woods minus two sixty five does plus tool i gotta at waldo on my draftkings for my fantasy article that that's up now at junkie far live listeners nathaniel would he's an excellent prospect comes from the cage warriors organization for people that know from their under brad pickett so he's trained a lot in american top team too because him brad it's kind of brad pitt's to come under his wing for people that don't know and if you watch them here minds even mix of a young brad pickett to another another name that kind of goes back there mark common coming he's an all action striker right and he's facing a johnny duardo johnny gordo you might see him lino sp.
"jerry books" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Realizing you gotta make that ninehole round available for more people and a lot of companies that's in a will do that will they'll they'll set up a league and you know little start at five o'clock and they'll um you know they'll bring fifteen or twenty people out every tuesday night for eight weeks or whatever and that falls right into that in there that's great wedeman yeah wedeman pushing the nine hoping to uh for years and years and years clubhouse renovation was on the list but down neared the bottom uh thirty percent of public courses said yeah we'd like to renovate our clubhouse thirty two percent of private courses said clubhouse renovation would be on their wish list tops on their wish list and what you suggested jerry family programming was uh was down at the bottom of the wishlists 27 percent a public course operators twenty eight percent of private course operators had more family events uh that's interesting that number shy thinks should be higher i agree because if you dole um do something for the families as a group they're gonna go elsewhere if you know and look for some place that does and how many people started playing golf as a result of apparent dour mom sure yeah and that's usually the case you know u uh i know that both of my nephews that's how their kids are getting into it now because they've been playing they started playing golf because they started caddying when they were like thirteen or fourteen years old and now they've got their kids play some results of the study done by the assert associate american society of golf course architects teaming up with the sports and leisure research group when they get somebody on from one of those groups here in the next few weeks due to talk on those issues in expand the results of that study a little bit more for us will try to do that here in the next few weeks coming up rand jerry's from the u s g eight to talk about driving golf forward it's another addition of peat agreed in studio master control scott kutty jaein jerry jay richie jerry book not at the broadmoor be right back and.
"jerry books" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Money you'll love is decide me you got ta and moves through the girl now it's just you and me and you don't care about where minorities the monday regrouping one thing got some me i'm not changing in a way that used to be i just wanna have fun injury rowdy akimbo godley reliably when america's said the body girlsonly avoid cyber rally excuse me good ever when your body kinds o me dating no one ever win the news stacked with thomas gyp that down for me gabi that there's a lotta people and the grovoni yuchengoo cancemi so don't your hands swing the me deity no addle in the news staff accommodative they're down to me jerry book girl though when you go graveyard yeah good to new zealand from glen day the new group life he goes driven down the guest dan what around this again a buzz buzz the is a premise louis put lives at the club down at the goma manda nobody no known if you bought the villa better jazz zones you know maybe bill when my anything goes down with john young to win the news stacked with thomas gyp that company gedeon canopy banana grappling you can answer me zone good john handson ah his wingman anthony maybe no one and lose stifle thomas kit that downton abbey gay and then governing yes then gus gyp that governs to begin a again longer hours ju then for me girl combustion dead davlenie gay through is bruno mars near listening.
"jerry books" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Drain your body phil vickery bickering all one week the design phase three white guessing its jerry book the obama got of money to trade muslim faith address little the lead switched because been where minimum camp david seaman play football before we witnessed this week ali so what else polls makes them home for your told me hopeful but path and put an all day what up at a transit wave your body recordbreaking what are your thoughts on the flip in there tell me then whoa yes and hey found myself in a uh a kim k cleanse here eight god i can't i had to on follow her because of my mouth and i said that's what i do all my longtime as i go on her ig page by the way i got a tweet from some dude really quick let me read it off early wickets of yell at jake who's gonna six atoll 106 la dams now my girl is attacking me about the girls i follow on ig hashtag tanks cruised hashtag man code don't say anything to get your fellow man in trouble laughing sauce it's true arab moments i will homeless due truly but what what truck police tag you young pictures of ig models yet so you don't go to follow the exactly so we are home e bank your hobbies bridges bank had very matt even how he it's you still got the explore page on instagram vile can still do that yeah so you're not like what was he caroline kelly's on the phone from the san fernando valley r kelly hello good morning morley aren't you you kelly thank you so much what's going on please tell me you're on my side or you on diana sonars side i don't feel the problems i arm israel is not like you're going to meet came kim kardashian ever she didn't know that i might take less brielle like i literally ready did you yes where you're not going to meet her not in a way i mean i'm sure you're girls out there looking at other guys no one knows no c i don't know you know what i mean it's just it's just an i g page what is the big deal i agree i mean he come like uganda her at the end of the day of ours i know yes thank and that's all.
"jerry books" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer
"Okay so we've got a little bit of an adjustment to to show today we are normal are normal producers playing hooky overseas like he's actually get what out and left the country to get out of doing our podcast today so very disrespectful of liu pellegrino but gorges leonardo leonardo's gone amsterdam he'd better brings back something no comment but we do have a capable replacement forum read the news force our producer for today and a producer for for me in the early days of the emmett qbe podcasts with our prayer mat heavy a welcome in what's going on i'm here i respect the show nice nicest that's what we're all about here that as well we're all about your mouth jerry book from where you brought the lao dip she and on we enhance the show right with allowed radio are i met news i number one jimmy garoppolo led the niners to their fourth straight win this time piloting a forty four to thirty three win over the playoffbound jaguars and their top topfive defense is it hard grassy not to be in love right now are you watch the kid play and it's not just the numbers in this not just the four no record is the way that it looks like deaths road at trent taylor in the fourth quarter that game against the jaguars this a topfive defense he's got the russian his face he's rolling it against his body and he just flicks it and i don't i can't even remember wasn't willie jackson whoever was that was in his face like he'll just turns is arm slot inches flicked it with his wrist underneath the pass rushers armpit and it lands right and trent taylor stomach it's just you watched the way it looks and he he's one of these guys who you know we talked a lot about josh rosen.
"jerry books" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760
"The floor and make a thirteen inched box tv and i've got big thing cable that at first by some miracle got feed now arc down it was kind of like watching that and started for myself with the restaurant my friends were lennick he should've culinary school and become shuffles like this not a bad idea so i went to french culinary in city in soho in new york and down yeah not looked back since then one of my favorite movies is burnt if you want to give the business i tell people first once burnt urban if you wanna them because i'll tell you one thing and we're gonna talk about this you are a sheriff you are now an owner of it's tough it's a man's world in has bennett slowly changing of recent that we've got a lot of women now coming in two the culinary business but back in my day i'm older a lot older view i started at a place called mix fish markets and it was three star fourstar restaurants everybody was of tuxedos there was hierarchy of who could could do what who could talk and speaking serve and bus and you knew it and they everybody knew it included in the back of the house were also uh everybody knew there was a hierarchy in the back of the house as well talk a little bit of being in the different world and held on it was that's part of it you know that yeah i mean i'm i'm old enough now that you know when i was in a line it's in a things have changed your e jerry books like kitchen confidential and you you get a sense of like two boys club i mean honestly that's that's how it was that i mean unfortunately there are more men the industry than women absolutely um and so when i was young line kirk i had to have very thick skin you know that's all changing in it it's it's a very interesting time there's a little bit of us kindle going on in the food world right now to ferry kind of aligned with what's happening in hollywood but in the same sense that that sort of like that boys club that that locker room talk that'll has.
"jerry books" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thing but they decided against it up but what they said was if airlines don't implement these procedures and they'll be put in place you know on a on a you know you don't have to do it right now but over a certain period of time then you know you could give them a ban not only on laptops as carry ons but also in cargo and you know they also say listen you know you we have to give you approval to fly to the us we could just take that away and so they're basically saying unique to go along with this or be it could just gonna gonna hurt you financially tied so this is not a story that's over with yet we'll have to sell it elizabeth and it's not domestic flights are not impacted this is only flights that come directly from a foreign country to the us all right i jerry book a bolander with westwood one i appreciate you being with this is afternoon thanks for having me i have a great afternoon you my friend hey it's a row we're gonna take a look the new production at the transcendence theater company and three o'clock mantell williams joins us and load get his take on the gop healthcare bill all that is brian copeland continue zero and kgi sense chills and autobody traffic dance westbound 84 'apie in a way there is a car accident off to the shoulder shouldn't be slowing you down too much though accident south on a onetoone before eighty seven incentives a involves a couple of vehicles on the shoulder it is backed up to the lawrence expressway and that was pretty much already there air as the afternoon he gets into waves you'll also find a troublespot south at seventy 74 taylor were la may still be blocked due to an earlier dirt still nor six eighty busy mission boulevard south admission boulevard north as you handle on us and over aid fan slowing out of the nevada area in north on one on one it's basically it is an arrows into the petaluma area so far less found eighty is busy as you head of the san francisco on the effort at the bay bridge north one on slows the foresees a shot as to the lord of the.
"jerry books" Discussed on The NBA Show
"But uh lebrun i think looks at jerry sees a lot of himself by those struggles pain throughout your career things of that nature uh lebrun is red jerry's book west by west several times and and uh and he's even got a nickname for me calls and the godfather so he hold them in the highest regard and the clippers are definitely opened that will help next summer when they try to go after what do you think that does uh with the whole griffin and what happens with so to fall a what do you think this means for chris paul and and blake griffin and free agency and be what do you think this does for the power wielded by doc rivers i don't have a good beat the dock parred yet um i've heard that it's positive and early going in and even from folks on jerry side that the jerry has been very pleased and appreciative of the the docks nature in the early days and work together in a day than you know this sam we both know this then that means the dog remembers gonna do what jerry west recommends that's that me if he's having leaked the right that means he's not facing a lot of disagreement right exactly exactly well endured it was a time i don't know if you saw any of his press conference i mean no specifics but he came out talking about how sometimes the right move is not popular move though there is that part of me for sure that thinks he might be in that room recommending changes that we did not.