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"orange court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:02 min | Last week

"orange court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Myself Slayer there and rot Swaggy with orange, courting shingles, the Polish powerhouse and joining us Mike Kilborn with roof to deck restoration, Mike, We're talking about our ways to enjoy more ways to enjoy your outdoor living space and to bump that curb appeal, And I think having you on is very appropriate for that from just for the listeners that don't know about roof to deck or having caught you on the show before give us a snapshot. So, um, rough did at restoration is, um, and exterior maintenance company, so to speak. So we we want power washing and stain decks fences because evils porches, cedar shake roof, So there's some curb appeal. We were just talking about, um yeah, 40 to 50% of viewing area home is sometimes you're rough. We clean asphalt roads, So if it's a streaky roof, you know he's got that dirty. Look to it. We wash those. Um So, um, yeah, so perfect for all this stuff. It's kind of we have a lot of people that I mean between now and the end of June is People are calling us like crazy to get things you take streaks out of all services. Um not all the surfaces cotton. No, you asked. I'm just here. I don't like where this is going. Yeah, I just I know a friend that might need some help. But anyhow, stays like rust stains. We can help with that old. Well, same color but different. Something else. OK s O. You cleaned and maintained homes. That's awesome. Ah, lot of people need that and don't want to get a pie on the ladder or get on top of a roof. But what about the outdoor living spaces that people wanna hang out on and enjoy their death? Well, yeah, deck. I mean, of course. I mean, you're having friends and family over, especially probably Now more than your entire life is spending more time at home kind of thing. In entertaining at home and all that sort of thing. And you want a nice, clean deck, right? You know you people are your kids are coming out your grandkids, probably or in some cases, so making your deck You know, beautiful. And of course, protecting it is what really? That's what we are really all about. Not Ross. You don't have to raise your hand in the show. Stop. Make me nervous. Good. So I have I mean, I used to Experiment with this deck in once in a while, and we would come across this gray weather deck and everyone thinks they need a new deck. But, boy, you could make that thing like blonde, like, nice and fresh right out with just a little power washing right? It can look new. You don't have to spend new lumber prices. You know for my guys. Okay? My employees. It's a really fun. Job to have because you're walking into, you know, a situation where it looks terrible. I mean, it's not only great could be black from algae and moss and all this stuff and you know our 23 hours later, it looks like it's brand new. I've had. People say it looks better than it when it was new. They think you're done after your power wash. And you're like, Actually, we We haven't even done that. Well, then we have to stand it. And you know what? I mean, Honestly speaking the best You're ever your deck will ever look is right after we're done power Washington, But that is why is that? Well, It's just It's natural. It's would. It just looks so beautiful. Just natural. You put a brighten her on their wealth. Yep. Yep. So what We It's a really good question, so okay, He's good for one thing, the processes we either you sodium hypochlorite or erso, Amper carbon it or sodium hydroxide. That's what I thought was that mix it with water? Yep, mixed with water, And then then we power wash it now the power washer is just a tool to rent's a renting tool. It's not us. It's not a stripping tool right? And that's really important because if what is soft, and if you use it as a stripping tool, you're gonna tear up the wood and people. I'm sure I've seen that before. After we've rinsed it off or washed it. Then we use exotic acid, which sounds kind of nasty, but that's a wood brighter. That's what I thought, too, neutralizes the pH back to seven and then brightens the wood and then allows it to dry. We allowed to drive for a couple days. Come back with a moisture meter, okay to make sure it is dry, and then we stand it by hand. So let's talk about this because a lot of people I want to get after the deck the first time and chances are it's probably the last time that they'll they'll do it, but a lot of misconceptions. So you get a green treated deck right away. How long do you have to wait before? Staining it. You know, some people say, you know, Okay, Some would people say six months, Some say a year I've had The red cedar. Representative said, No, we want it done right away as soon as the decks is stalled, so you know, just whatever you feel comfortable. Yeah, I've always heard Cedar. You could do pretty much immediately and anything like green treated like you're talking about for decades. It's good to give it a full season, but because it needs to cure And what do I know? Well, it dry it needs to. Yeah, cured dry. It needs to dry because what we use is an oil based stain, and that's the most important thing. When it comes your wood deck. Oil based stain. Do not use water. Okay? Do not use the water based do not use latex or anything like that. What about on the railing water to oil to spindles? Maybe you could paint, you know, because it's vertical. Just like you're siding that works fine. But on the floor. What happens is is on on a flat surface. It gets really hot, right? You've walked out on the deck where your feet are really hot, right? So the top of the wood could be 120 130 degrees, where the bottom of that same piece of wood can be like 70. I mean, it could be like a 52 degree different so what? And then at night that top cools and the wood you know by morning is exactly the same temperature again and then it heats up. And so what happens is that would contracts the top part? When it gets hot and then expands at night again. So every day this many earthquake is happening to your hot, just hearing, right, So when you put a water on because water is the film, it doesn't soak in. So it lays on the top. So this would every day is expanding and contracting, and it just basically peels the paint right off. Sure, so Water's bad oil soaks in it moves with the wood that sort of thing. So you guys really get into it from a scientific aspect of it?.

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"orange court" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"orange court" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"I don't know if you'll had the teal blue. There are certain things growing up. That i have very very distinct. Memories of one of them was my dad's igloo cooler. It was the cooler. Was the size that you could probably get about four or five drinks him canned drinks if you're thinking about sizes so did that helps you. Imagine assess you know somewhere between when i left home in nineteen ninety nine and in twenty twenty one. The cooler business exploded just exploded high end coolers people spending a lot of money on coolers has been a show sponsor in the past. They're not today but they have been in the past and i use their What do you call this. Tumbler user tumbler. Every day i start with a pipe and hot cup of coffee which is basically a thermos because i drink on it a drink a couple during the course of the day but i drink on it for about six hours of the day. Especially do is intermittent fasting. It's the only thing that gets me through. Because i got to be doing something with my hands in my mouth and so that that keeps me from which is what i wanna do anyway. But that igloo cooler. My dad had one that because at the dupont and orange for every so many hours the plant winter days the plant went without an accident. Everybody we get you know something and one year. It was an igloo cooler. And it said dupont Sra sabine river authority. Orange texas or whatever and that was the family cooler. We probably got that cooler in nineteen seventy eight if you walk into my parent's garage today. That cooler will be opened in facing downward because there might be a drop of water in there in that cooler will be sitting there now if i've bought one cooler i've bought twenty five and i couldn't find a cooler right now. I'd have to go to the store and buy another one. My dad wore the same pair of shoes that we got him for father's day on sale. Discount in a brown pair of nike shoes and or that in that same pair to this day which is still in his closet. Looks like it came off the showroom floor. the cars are to be washed. The monkey grass is to be trimmed. The cooler is cleaned. The minute you come home turned upside down so that it drips out. The dishes are to be washed in place back where they go and dry and put back that that those level of values you know we are house. I don't know i better house. Twelve hundred square feet. And i never thought of it as small. I do now because you go into these. People got nine thousand dollar houses now. Thousands ten thousand square foot go. You know it never. It never seems small. He built it himself. It's just different time. We didn't buy. Today we batterings and i'm as guilty as the next guy. We'd buy things and throw them away and my kids are worse than me and it drives me nuts. And i have to tell them. That's not what how. We did things when i was growing up if we had something that was. That's what you had. There was the phillips head screwdriver. There was a flathead. I've got i buy them lose them. Give them away. borrow wine. Can't find none of them matt's our whole deal. You know what. I'm a sucker for the those little battery powered like the riots and all that the loew's brand is cobalt the home depot brand roby. I will go in there and buy stuff that that battery powers and literally never use it. I'm just so excited that they have it. Oh 'cause i've got like five of those batteries. Because whatever i have i have to have a bunch of and i have got a i've got little blowers big blowers air compressors. I've got everything with that stupid little battery anyway growing up. You had one of something and you didn't lose it and you put it back where it was supposed to. And somehow that just feels better. Rebecca what you got ya. I was wondering the name of the restaurant in belleville. That michael was touting the evening of the afternoon meal oh it was. It was something with like gourmet food. Or yeah yes so. That was twenty two north holland twenty two. It's over on east main street if you know where the where the courthouse is. There's several streets that kind of there's there's a circle around the courthouse by the way. I love old courthouses but that was a terrible place to put that courthouse because god awful ugly courthouse. And that's hard for me to say. Because i love old courthouses the austin county. Courthouse is not a pretty thing. It's a probably mid fifties mid sixties is that new modernism style. So it's not the it's not like the old orange court house is probably from the late twenties early thirties. It's federalism style. It's a real real almost burgundy brick beautiful old building historical billy and it's got the big staircase out front and its setback from green avenue. The austin county courthouse. They had this great idea that they were going to put the courthouse in the middle of the town square. And so now. You can't see across the square. And i love town squares and did i mention. It's an ugly courthouse. So i suggested ray yesterday that they level the courthouse moved the courthouse down the way and open that back up and put a park or something out there and he said. I don't think that's going to happen but it seemed like a good idea. Yeah and i do love old courthouse. I don't want you. i don't love old courthouses. i just don't think that courthouse should be right. Word is although it's pretty cool when you drive in you have to drive around the courthouse. The the town circle there drive around the courthouse in this right there in the middle and then at graduation time this is what i love about small towns at graduation time the the local high school every one of the kids gets.

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"orange court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From KFI partly cloudy tomorrow with temps in the low to upper sixties this report brought you by Land Rover it's slow on the six so five in Norwalk this is the northbound side with delays getting away from the one oh five freeway taking your head to the five some minor delays on the southbound side from just about Santa Fe springs a rate out of Santa Fe springs as you travel back towards the five freeway now let's get a load of this mass in boy in a park with Mike o'brien K. affine the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com and it looks like all hell's broken out here it's the ninety one eastbound just past the five we have an overturned big rig they burst into flames there and now the flames are out by the vehicle the big break is still on its side and you've got when it was horrible and all kinds of crap it's gonna be a long time before this clear itself you got to have the backup that ninety one he's about all lanes are diverted on to the south five you'll have the double back now that is backed up solitude just about valley view orange court the westbound ninety one all lanes diverted to the north five that is bumper to bumper hardly moving from harbor Boulevard in either case you would want to put the hop up to orange for prison altered or possibly south to what Paul Bob that will help me a lot here and also closes the south five transition to the study one that is out in a couple of miles there as well interdit accident the two for one entry per lawyer dot com Michael Bryant yeah Brian this guy this update is sponsored by all state Hey Anthony in the sky helps get you there faster I need to Martinez and help finding the best coverage for you and because they live in your community you can always count on them to be there when you need them most plus when you bundle home and auto you can say so call your local Allstate agent today are you in good hands tell you what is family.

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"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

"I I think there's a like a third party service where you can say okay. I want a performance car high-end luxury vehicle of some sort and I only learned that people are doing this because I talked to a guy who really really did by God he did it. That crazy son of a gun. He put down his order. Are For one of those cyber trucks. One of the Tesla. Cyber trucks kidding yeah. That's an face I may dude. Are you serious. Which one are you gonNA get? You know we talked about it and then partway through he. He correct he said. Oh you know I'm not GonNa some daily driver no I'm GONNA put it up on this thing thing and I'm going to get the camping package and then people are going to pay the rent it to go camping and I thought well that's a what a cool idea. That's a lot of confidence. He is in. Your insurance premiums are going to be for something like that or like offering a service like this. No no people do it with boats a lot. Yeah sure you own a fleet of boats or cars or just one. Yeah Yeah an interesting idea. I mean it's definitely a way to support support your growing corvette habit. You know I feel like You know we're we're nearing the end here. There's there's just there's a lot to talk about with this new corvette a lot of it is is just really kind of gut feeling stuff opinions and you know because right now we haven't really got any kind of concrete V.. Look at or get hands on with right now. We're not one of those Automotive magazines that you know the hand the keys over to and allow them to drive around for a week. It would be great if they did wouldn't it but but we're not those guys yet soil. I been doing this like eleven years right. Yeah another another eleven fifteen more years whatever and maybe it will be one one thing though. I do have to add the rumors about a possible. Hybrid plug in or electric model. Continue to this day and people are getting a little will answer you about it on January eighth so literally yesterday as we record this. There was a little bit of excitement because a stingray was spied testing with a cable hanging out the hood so people freaked out and they thought how they're secretly testing the electric one but Chevy reached back out and said it was a very early test mule for the twenty twenty and that the orange cable they saw together Gal Front Hood was actually A way to ease access to the twelve volt battery now. Okay so it's like yeah it's not Super Ver- we're not super advanced and being top secret about it is. This is how we jump the cars an extension cable from Home Depot. Right exactly I was GONNA GONNA guess. Okay this is Detroit right the likely that we're seeing this This car right right and driving around. 'cause that's where the test all these things and they get to see all this stuff right early we wait earlier than us. But it's probably probably camouflaged and I was thinking all right that's somebody who just got in and accidentally shut you know their phone charge record in the door. Yeah and everybody's like Oh that's the electric version but that was an orange courts to guy the hood. That would be something that would draw attention. I would guess the interesting though. I wonder you know. Be funny if it was like bands. Detroit January's that's a block heater. The big diesel. Like they can't park it inside at GM right yet. They're straight out of garage space. have any space at all so yeah I think the reason. These rumors are gaining so much power and so many people have so have their eyes on it is because after the car was debuted back in in July. Two Thousand Nineteen Someone on the corvette team said Hey. We might electric we might try to electrify To doubt some sort of electrification of this vehicle at some point. But that's all they said where I would slap them knock it off. Ah No. I wouldn't have done that but But Oh man this is as a.

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"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

"I I think there's a like a third party service where you can say okay. I want a performance car high-end luxury vehicle of some sort and I only learned that people are doing this because I talked to a guy who really really did by God he did it. That crazy son of a gun. He put down his order. Are For one of those cyber trucks. One of the Tesla. Cyber trucks kidding yeah. That's an face I may dude. Are you serious. Which one are you gonNA get? You know we talked about it and then partway through he. He correct he said. Oh you know I'm not GonNa some daily driver no I'm GONNA put it up on this thing thing and I'm going to get the camping package and then people are going to pay the rent it to go camping and I thought well that's a what a cool idea. That's a lot of confidence. He is in. Your insurance premiums are going to be for something like that or like offering a service like this. No no people do it with boats a lot. Yeah sure you own a fleet of boats or cars or just one. Yeah Yeah an interesting idea. I mean it's definitely a way to support support your growing corvette habit. You know I feel like You know we're we're nearing the end here. There's there's just there's a lot to talk about with this new corvette a lot of it is is just really kind of gut feeling stuff opinions and you know because right now we haven't really got any kind of concrete V.. Look at or get hands on with right now. We're not one of those Automotive magazines that you know the hand the keys over to and allow them to drive around for a week. It would be great if they did wouldn't it but but we're not those guys yet soil. I been doing this like eleven years right. Yeah another another eleven fifteen more years whatever and maybe it will be one one thing though. I do have to add the rumors about a possible. Hybrid plug in or electric model. Continue to this day and people are getting a little will answer you about it on January eighth so literally yesterday as we record this. There was a little bit of excitement because a stingray was spied testing with a cable hanging out the hood so people freaked out and they thought how they're secretly testing the electric one but Chevy reached back out and said it was a very early test mule for the twenty twenty and that the orange cable they saw together Gal Front Hood was actually A way to ease access to the twelve volt battery now. Okay so it's like yeah it's not Super Ver- we're not super advanced and being top secret about it is. This is how we jump the cars an extension cable from Home Depot. Right exactly I was GONNA GONNA guess. Okay this is Detroit right the likely that we're seeing this This car right right and driving around. 'cause that's where the test all these things and they get to see all this stuff right early we wait earlier than us. But it's probably probably camouflaged and I was thinking all right that's somebody who just got in and accidentally shut you know their phone charge record in the door. Yeah and everybody's like Oh that's the electric version but that was an orange courts to guy the hood. That would be something that would draw attention. I would guess the interesting though. I wonder you know. Be funny if it was like bands. Detroit January's that's a block heater. The big diesel. Like they can't park it inside at GM right yet. They're straight out of garage space. have any space at all so yeah I think the reason. These rumors are gaining so much power and so many people have so have their eyes on it is because after the car was debuted back in in July. Two Thousand Nineteen Someone on the corvette team said Hey. We might electric we might try to electrify To doubt some sort of electrification of this vehicle at some point. But that's all they said where I would slap them knock it off. Ah No. I wouldn't have done that but But Oh man this is as a.

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"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on CarStuff

"I I think there's a like a third party service where you can say okay. I want a performance car high-end luxury vehicle of some sort and I only learned that people are doing this because I talked to a guy who really really did by God he did it. That crazy son of a gun. He put down his order. Are For one of those cyber trucks. One of the Tesla. Cyber trucks kidding yeah. That's an face I may dude. Are you serious. Which one are you gonNA get? You know we talked about it and then partway through he. He correct he said. Oh you know I'm not GonNa some daily driver no I'm GONNA put it up on this thing thing and I'm going to get the camping package and then people are going to pay the rent it to go camping and I thought well that's a what a cool idea. That's a lot of confidence. He is in. Your insurance premiums are going to be for something like that or like offering a service like this. No no people do it with boats a lot. Yeah sure you own a fleet of boats or cars or just one. Yeah Yeah an interesting idea. I mean it's definitely a way to support support your growing corvette habit. You know I feel like You know we're we're nearing the end here. There's there's just there's a lot to talk about with this new corvette a lot of it is is just really kind of gut feeling stuff opinions and you know because right now we haven't really got any kind of concrete V.. Look at or get hands on with right now. We're not one of those Automotive magazines that you know the hand the keys over to and allow them to drive around for a week. It would be great if they did wouldn't it but but we're not those guys yet soil. I been doing this like eleven years right. Yeah another another eleven fifteen more years whatever and maybe it will be one one thing though. I do have to add the rumors about a possible. Hybrid plug in or electric model. Continue to this day and people are getting a little will answer you about it on January eighth so literally yesterday as we record this. There was a little bit of excitement because a stingray was spied testing with a cable hanging out the hood so people freaked out and they thought how they're secretly testing the electric one but Chevy reached back out and said it was a very early test mule for the twenty twenty and that the orange cable they saw together Gal Front Hood was actually A way to ease access to the twelve volt battery now. Okay so it's like yeah it's not Super Ver- we're not super advanced and being top secret about it is. This is how we jump the cars an extension cable from Home Depot. Right exactly I was GONNA GONNA guess. Okay this is Detroit right the likely that we're seeing this This car right right and driving around. 'cause that's where the test all these things and they get to see all this stuff right early we wait earlier than us. But it's probably probably camouflaged and I was thinking all right that's somebody who just got in and accidentally shut you know their phone charge record in the door. Yeah and everybody's like Oh that's the electric version but that was an orange courts to guy the hood. That would be something that would draw attention. I would guess the interesting though. I wonder you know. Be funny if it was like bands. Detroit January's that's a block heater. The big diesel. Like they can't park it inside at GM right yet. They're straight out of garage space. have any space at all so yeah I think the reason. These rumors are gaining so much power and so many people have so have their eyes on it is because after the car was debuted back in in July. Two Thousand Nineteen Someone on the corvette team said Hey. We might electric we might try to electrify To doubt some sort of electrification of this vehicle at some point. But that's all they said where I would slap them knock it off. Ah No. I wouldn't have done that but But Oh man this is as a.

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"orange court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And the ad council Bennett who said there are no mistakes just happy accident that was Abraham Lincoln Bob Ross loss for her yeah I have a lawsuit for Barbara soon the are you gonna go see the the the new Mister Rogers movie when when does it come out it has to be coming out soon because they were showing at a festival recently but yes it looks very good Tom Hanks is playing Mister Rogers yeah I was trying to see if if Mister Rogers ever saying any Christmas songs I thought and there's might be a spot on the train I can incorporate that yeah the the fun Mister Rogers does the hits from ZZ Top when you take such a wholesome moment I can ruin it did you see Rick Rick laughed at that you know we ever seen Mister Robinson's neighborhood hun sen Lott Mister Robinson's neighborhood no I haven't Eddie Murphy boy look those up the person really inappropriate content Kevin is back in our studio on monument circle Kevin what's known as our ship of fools Kevin I don't wanna bring Charles back up did you check because he actually there I don't think he is okay so should we be worried I mean if you if you palm up in here like a gurgling sound or anything like that I I thought that could be a mental maybe we should traces phone or try to get him some help so this might be a good idea or just disconnected yeah work on that Hey were it sold in hardware and we are here on behalf of Alzheimer's association every artificial tree sold today ten percent of the sale you buy an eight hundred dollar tree eighty dollars ghost Alzheimer's you by hundreds ten percent yeah Mr nice figure well anyway it's really any place to calm I even thought of different ways to decorate at our house in your decorator I know that you're not involved with decoration because this is just really to do you know I consult a little bit console I just think it's really really know what they do is they don't worry job and I will tell you and you know your decorators have done a good job because it not only they involved in the purchasing than that sorted and then the look is put together but our Christmas open house their sales for their department was up forty four percent I land that just tells you that what they've hit the mark get your little vignettes with the animals the stuffed animals the bears the the bunny rabbits the horses and disappear circus the six affair circus yeah there is to something different every year last year I think the clear SO school school so with there's been the ski lift with the bears circus I really like it yeah very cute so got a few finishing touches some lighting and some snow some snow for the right that is coming over to what you know it's funny when we pack stuff away and there's so many pallets that we have to do a little better on because all the Christmas comes back over two month period which is what our set up time is takes two months to set up Christmas and you know will you'll lose stuff it's on different the black cover black cover for the tone of love was was a problem so and that's another thing for the snow is is that what I was thinking of we lost the snow goodness knows if you have like security lights that down the hallway if you've got kids and stuff they got some bubble lights that are really and truly the old style bubble lights you've got little vignettes now there about four inch squares I don't know what who thinks all the stuff up but I I love this yeah I'm surprised there wasn't like a Donald Trump night life because there is a I mean at that show I'm Tony what there was a Donald Trump everything I mean and it was there was love and hate spewing everywhere at the exact same time yep to the strongest emotions yeah the merchandise yeah I'm telling you though but I mean we're sold out of I mean Donald Trump outsold Bob Ross about twenty to one on she adds I mean that says something yeah because to buy a Bob Ross one you have to like Bob Ross right Donald Trump one you can hate him or love official but don't worry I have ten more displays coming because I'm I'm going to keep on it has plenty of time to set up now next week I think we're back in studio where we may be it we may be at Chatham homes next week really enjoy the Chatham homes that's what I heard and then here's the other fun part was new to me but I'm excited if that's true we are only been there we have been there they came to us and a couple times but only three weeks away from Turkey fest ten yeah that's crazy and it's pretty late this year twenty third if it's the twenty third and two weeks three weeks it'd be two weeks sent I guess sorry I'm gonna have a band we've book the Turkey fest band again so we got a lot of stuff going on really how quick it came around yeah I mean like everything is in it doesn't everything can roll around pretty fast pretty quick and if you are a small business that you would like to be a part of radiothon it's the second Saturday please let us know we'll get you in touch with mill McMahon we got I got a cat ad I have got to get the entertainment on to I think we have some people but I need to find out if we have open spots on Saturday for musical I have not contacted anybody because I figured you'd be haphazard about it so we need to get on that we need to talk to the regal family see if they're going to come down again yes so yeah we've got to get that done so we'll get we'll get on that Richard Michelle is from the materials corporation joins us on the program Hey Richard good afternoon Hey Pat Hey Danny how're you guys we're doing well brother how you been it seems like it's been forever since I've talked to you so the voice is a change of seasons affect the different type of calls you on course we have the water you know when it rains we get that when people you know drive in the houses what about this this quick change of temperature we're supposed to be at zero degrees next Tuesday does that affect the right business you guys gear it does what we were noticed an earlier is that people start to think oh my gosh if they wanted like exterior painting a work done they were calm and try to get that in before the season now we'll probably start after this week will probably start getting some calls on possibly some water damage were you not expose pipe or garden holes or something like that for a loan mostly things like maybe some ice damming if okay yelled some snow and ice but but I don't think that's predicted this weekend but we'll see during the call whether we're gonna see the ice damming the frozen pipes and we see a little increasing fire activity yes somebody use them to an extension cords right now and you know what that's the thing is that we've been trying to to kind of push the old electric here thing again and right hi people's awareness right and people at large the funny thing Richard and me and you know this is like you know we always push don't use an extension cord and the reason we set a because some people think well if I just use an orange one it's going to be okay and they don't realize that the brown and white what we call household extension cord is sixteen gauge and most of the standard orange courts are sixteen gauge that they're exactly the same they just have OSHA collar on him for use outdoors so my rule of thumb is just plug the thing right in the wall along with every other gadget that's in the house I now I know you have to find the right circuit the other thing they don't realize a fifteen hundred wants it hogs up if it's a fifteen amp circuit it's Haugen up quite a bit of that and almost need to be its own you know on a circuit by itself dedicated right exactly yeah so so yeah your question yet did you know that the the called the requests from clients it does change a little bit who well we'll just we'll deal with the the service request as they come in the Irish look pretty good the Irish of computer look pretty good last night ya know they didn't show the hard I think had a tougher opponent to date was out west west Lafayette yeah they did they there was a sectional game only at their home field now and so both teams advanced how does a spark plugs due to any of the I did not hear I think they got the name like one no I think they got the first now you can go to the game did you I did not I you know I was still too chilly for me I now know I think it was our own yeah me too I was just so I am not and now I feel bad because I would have loved to see them the Trojans player but just simply next week yeah I think their plan Korea doesn't want someone from fort Wayne I believe him yeah all right best of luck they're great to eat yeah all right Richard thanks for spending the time.

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"orange court" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"orange court" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Pub quiz where your hosts. I'm Lauren. I'm Julia. Hey Joel Hi Laura. I'm <hes> again. We recorded this episode at the same time as less episode but I'm here really ruining the Mr. I know I'm sorry I'm Shiva Xinxing Right now. I'm the backs of my knees are sweating which is very unladylike. I'm dropping my maker so sorry we're we're trying to. We're trying to record in a cooler space in the house and I don't know how successful besides we could try it like inside of the refrigerator greater at some point but yeah I mean it's Rochester. It's only summer for like two weeks. Yeah exactly it's fine so we'll just wait it out yet. Both speaking of being ladylike uh-huh that's a great transition oh flawless. I wish I had come up with it because this week we're talking about me. Perhaps what are the most graceful goal of all topics ballet. This episode is called Hobe closer tiny dancer very very good. You know it yeah all right ready. Yes Valet is a French word with its origin when the Italian but let though <hes> the diminutive of buffalo meaning dance which comes from the Latin ballo meaning to dance which actually comes from the Greek Bali Tso too dense or or to jump about so where has been around for a long time the word came into English usage from the French around sixteen thirty so ballet is both the type of performance dance and also oh the term for a work of choreography and music for production so ballet is the dance or a ballet is the performance okay so ballet originated in the Italian renaissance of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries under Catherine Domenici's influences queen at spread to France the dancers in these early court ballets were mostly noble amateurs and at first I mostly men so ornamented costumes were meant to impress viewers but they restricted performers freedom of movement and we'll talk about costumes in a bit <hes> French Orange Court ballet reached its height under the reign of King Louis The fourteenth who founded the Academy Hoya the DOS or the for those who don't speak fresh the Royal Dance Academy <hes> In sixteen sixty one to establish standards and certified instructors in Sixteen Seventy Two Louis the fourteenth made Joan Baptiste Louis the director of the Academy Royal De Musique at the Paris Paris opera from which the First Professional Ballet Company the Paris Opera Ballet Arose in by sixteen eighty one the first ballerinas took the stage following years of training at at the academy so there are several types of ballet dance which have evolved over time. Oh so you have classical ballet that's based on traditional ballet technique and vocabulary there are are different styles that have emerged in different countries so you'll have like what people consider like French ballet Italian ballet English ballet in Russian Ballet. <hes> several of the classical ballet styles are are associated with specific training methods in are typically named after their creators and we'll talk about them in a little bit liquor. A Romantic ballet wasn't artistic movement of classical ballet and in several productions remain in the classical repertoire today so <hes> the romantic era was marked by the emergence of point work <hes> the dominance of female dancers in longer flowing Tutu's that attempt to exemplify softness in a delicate aura by this movement occurred during the early to mid Nineteenth Century <hes> which is considered the romantic era and featured feature themes that emphasized intense emotion as a source of aesthetic experience and the plots of many romantic ballets revolved around Spirit Women Mike selfs and ghosts who enslaved the heart senses of mortal men. Oh Shit neoclassical ballet is usually abstract..

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"orange court" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on KGO 810

"That seal the confederacies fate. This is the story of Ulysses grant directing the army of the Potomac to batter Lee's army of northern Virginia to death. This is a war of attrition fought between two unequal sides, grant had many more soldiers. He had the ability of the north to generate more soldiers all the time. But also supplies and food and repairs and more weapons. An enormous amount Lee had what they could keep with them and March, and he also had the passion of men who loved him off times Lee in these battles would put himself in harm's way. And they would turn him back. They'd grab traveler and pull him out of the battlefield is see it again. And again, and they were right to do it because Lee loses almost all of his major generals, including long street. Let's go right into the battle and wilderness. Joe you write that grant didn't mean to fight or lead didn't mean to fight in the wilderness. Why not? Grant do not mean to fight in the river wilderness. The plan called for his army to cross the rapid, Dan and pass through the wilderness, which is fifteen square mile region. A dense woods, tangled undergrowth few roads, but they stopped and they had second thought so they worried about the wagon train it needed protecting, so they did not get out of the wilderness at first night Lee was barreling in from the west Bennett. Orange court house to is three cores were there, and they were barreling down in these two roads and he dearly wanted to catch grant in the wilderness, because it would negate his well-meaning manpower vantage, and artillery to I get the sense that Lee leaves, they cannot only outfight them and open over. He's done that for years, he wants to divide the army and. Destroy it. Severally Lee has three core. You wools AP hills and long streets. Long straight is lagging behind long street has to catch up his shut core. Right. The first is that the I corps that's his best troops best troops. Right. I corps Hancock was the commander of the second corps for grant and Meade. He is he his best commander in the field. Oh, definitely. He was. He was prompt. Not slow and he attacked with vigor the other cork Manders not so much. They were usually wait. So grant. Got into the habit of using the second corps all the time as a weed core, which shows by the end of the overland campaign, because it's reduced completely actually that they lose everybody. They replace everybody the battle begins on the fifth, but it's not until long street joins, they, they make first contact. And the woods are so thick. They can fight next to each other. In fact, Joe, you have a scene, where the confederates use the dead of the union as breast works fighting over those bodies to fire into the next copse of trees and then the fires start there either set or they're set or they start by the canons. So they're fighting and smoke next to each other firing. Right face to face each other and they wonder around all night. In fact, I get the sense that during the night, they wonder around slaughtering each other, and they don't know they can run into the night, and then do it again. Yeah. Say would sometimes go for water to a place and find out that they're sharing the water was the enemy, they would open fire each other this one North Carolina soldiered called it simply a tree, pure and simple and relieved by any arts war thing, described it pretty well battle the wilderness, however, comes to a clash of Lee's, best core, long street who races up, what is called the orange plank road and drives. Right. Into hancock. Second corps, this frontal assault, nothing subtle about this straight up did Leeming to break. Handcock. Was that why? He threw his best forces in there. This is may six I think he was just trying to save his army. Hancock at you had forty thousand men, they rolled over hills, fifteen thousand first thing on may six and it was turning into a rout. And we was trying to rally the men and he couldn't do it. They were pulling back, all of a sudden here comes along streets, men they were running. They ran the last two miles, they'd been marching all night and they ran out, and they just plunged right into the handcocks men and stop them. And drove him back where they started always the rebel yell. Right. Joseph they heard it coming. Yes. It's described severally as meaning to terrify and it did when the union heard it, some of the men testify because there's so many letters diary, entries here that didn't they'd been hurt. They'd been told about it, but they heard it for the first time. Now, Hancock has a lot of veterans this is early in the campaign. So these men have fought the I corps before. Yes. Gettysburg certainly and also in northern Virginia, there was a battle that mine run previous fall. And so they, they knew each other, and they knew each other's insignia. They knew who the generals were a they were fully acquainted with each other. They would fought each other every year. So now the surprise leeann. Lied fought union armies before, and always after the first battle draw or non the union. Army fled north back across the rapid, Dan. That was the pattern for the last three years may seventh grant decides to go south did meet agree with that decision. I think he did. Yes, but he was not in Tuesay aspic, but he agreed. And it was a surprise to all the union soldiers they thought they would turn back when they turned south, they were thrilled. They started shouting onto Richmond on Richmond. They cheered grant see road along, and who's a thrilling moment for them that he wasn't going to give up. And he sent a message to the only thing I'm gonna fight it out on this line if it takes all summer was Lisa prized. I don't think he was, I think he, he had an idea of what grant was alike. And he expected him to continue to press on, I mean, granted reputation of being stubborn and not giving up, and I think we expected them to do that and was ready to, to shadow him and cut him off. He could the, the problem for Lee is that he believes grant is marching on Richmond's, so leans to keep his army between grant and Richmond, the confederates called this elbowing grant move sideways, and he does it and it's very hard to break off battle and move south. You've got to have a lot of troops and good cavalry to do it. But now there's a foot race to spots Vania courthouse, which is the best next big crossroads and to both sides. No, this is a race. So they aware of how important it is to get their first. Joe pick some of the union commanders did. But some of them. Acted like they really didn't. And they were they moved to slowly. And if they'd moved more quickly, and with a sense of urgency they would have gotten there for the confederate to the near thing within a half an hour, the race to spots of the courthouse. When we come back and spots of any courthouse, again, introduces tactics he will see a fifty years later in the first war, mass infantry going after fixed positions leading to massacre. Joseph wail Wayland is the author, the book has bloody spring.

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"orange court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Spring forty days. Seal the confederacies fate. This is the story of Ulysses grant directing the army of the Potomac to batter Lee's army of northern Virginia to death. This is a war of attrition fought between two unequal sides, grant had many more soldiers. He had the ability of the north to generate more soldiers all the time. But also supplies and food and repairs and more weapons. An enormous amount Lee had what they could keep with them and March, and he also had the passion of men who loved him off times Lee in these battles would put himself in harm's way. And they would turn him back. They'd grab traveler and pull him out of the battlefield. You see it again. And again, and they were right to do it because Lee loses almost all of his major generals, including long straight. Let's go in right into the battle and wilderness. Joe you write that grant didn't mean to fight or Lee didn't. Mean to fight in the wilderness. Why not? Grant did not mean to fight in the wilderness. The plan called for his army to cross the rapid, Dan and pass through the wilderness fifteen square mile region. A dense woods, tangled undergrowth few roads, but they stopped and they had second thought so they worried about the wagon train at needed protecting, so they, they did not get out of the wilderness at first night Lee was barreling in from the west he had been at orange court house, two of his three cores over there. And they were barreling down in these two roads and he, he dearly wanted to catch grant in the wilderness, because it would negate his overwhelming manpower, vantage, and his artillery, to I get the sense that Lee believes they cannot only out fight them and open over. He's done that for years he wants to divide. The army and destroy it. Severally Lee has three core API hills and long. Straights long straight is lagging behind long straight has to catch up long street is his core. Right. The first is that the I corps that's his best troops. They were as best troops. Right. I corps Hancock was the commander of the second corps for grant and Meade. He is he his best commander in the field. Oh. Was he was prompt? He's not slow and he attacked with vigor the other corps commanders, not so much. They were usually late. So grant. Got in the habit of using the second corps all the time. We'd core, which shows by the end of the overland campaign, because it's reduced completely actually that they lose everybody. They replace everybody the battle begins on the fifth, but it's not until long street joins, they, they make first contact. And the woods are so thick. They can fight next to each other. In fact, Joe, you have a scene, where the confederates use the dead of the union as breast works fighting over those bodies to fire into the next copse of trees and then the fires start there either set or they're set or they start by the canons. So they're fighting and smoke next to each other firing. Right face to face each other and they wonder around all night. In fact, I get the sense that during the night, they wonder around slaughtering each other, and they don't know they can run into the night, and then do it again. Yes, they would sometimes go for water to a place and find out they were, they were sharing the water with the enemy they would open fire on each other. This one North Carolina soldiered call that simply a butchery pure and simple and relieved by any arts war testing described it pretty well battle the wilderness, however, comes to a clash of Lee's, best core long straight, who races up, what is called the orange plank road and drives. Right. Into hancock. Second corps, this frontal assault, nothing subtle about this straight up did Leeming to break. Handcock. Was that why he threw his best forces in there? This is may sixth. I think it was just trying to save his army handcock it. He had forty thousand men. They rolled over hills fifteen thousand first thing on may six and it was turning into a rout and. Trying to rally the men and he couldn't do it. They were pulling back. And all of a sudden here comes along streets, men. They were running. They ran the last two miles, they'd been marching all night and they ran out and they plunged right into the handcocks men and stop them. And drove him back to where they started. Always the rebel yell ride. Joseph they heard it coming. Yes. It's described severally as meaning to terrify and it did when the union heard it, some of the men testify because there's so many letters and diary entries here that didn't they'd been hurt. They'd been told about it, but they heard it for the first time. Now, Hancock has a lot of veterans this is early in the campaign. So these men have fought the I corps before. Yeah. Yes, they data Gettysburg, certainly and also in northern Virginia. There is a battle mine run. Previous fall. And so they, they knew each other. And they knew each other's insignia, who the generals were they, they were fully acquainted with each other. They would fight each other every year. So now the surprise leeann. Lied fought union armies before, and always after the first battle a draw or non the union army fled north back across the rapid, Dan. That was the pattern for the last three years may seventh grant decides to go south did meet agree with that decision. I think he did. Yes, but he was not enthusiastic but he agreed. And it was a surprise to all the union soldiers they thought they would turn back when they turned south, they were thrilled. They started shouting onto Richmond on Richmond. They cheered grand, he wrote along, and who's a thrilling moment for them that he wasn't going to give up. And he sent a message to, to Lincoln saying, I'm gonna fight it out on this line if it takes all summer was Lisa prized. I don't think he was. I think he. He had an idea of what grant was alike. And he expected him to continue to press on. Reputation of being stubborn and not giving up and I think we expected him to do that and was ready to, to shadow him and cut him off the, the problem for Lee is that he believes grant is marching on Richmond's, so leans to keep his army between grant and Richmond, the confederates called this elbowing grant move sideways, and he does it and it's very hard to break off battle and move south. You've got to have a lot of troops and good cavalry to do it. But now there's a foot race to spot, Selena courthouse, which is the best next big crossroads and to both sides. No, this is a race. Are they aware of how important it is to get their first? Joe? Pick some of the union commanders did. But some of them acted like they really didn't. And they were they moved to slowly.

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"orange court" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R news, a Broadway performer is dead in an apparent suicide. Police say a passer-by discovered forty-five-year-old Harlan Bengal dangling from an orange court at the winter Dale arch near central park west shortly before six this morning. The New York Post reports he had a history of mental illness and police say he left what appears to be a suicide note in his pocket. Bengal live. In Washington heights and had roles in warhorse and the phantom of the opera. I'm Terry McCreevy w alarm news, the Kentucky, Derby disqualifies, the first place finishing horse maximum security making country house, the winner of the one hundred fifth Kentucky Derby, the news is brought to you by Dr lemans radio surgery, New York to and two choices for more information. And listen to Dr Lieberman's radio surgery show coming up next here on seven ten W O R in sports in the NBA playoffs. Houston Rockets beat Golden State Warriors one twenty six to one Twenty-one in game three of the west semifinals warriors to lead that best of seven west semi final two games to one jank. He's lost to the Minnesota Twins seven three yesterday. Here's your W O R Weather Channel forecast as low pressure side, eastward through the mid Atlantic. We're looking at a wet end of the weekend. Overnight rain likely we'll see areas of fog under a cloudy sky, low low fifties now temperatures barely moving for. Your sunday. Highs only reaching the mid to upper fifties with kick appears rain around for good part of the day. It's gussie as well. Northeast. Wind could gust as high as thirty miles an hour. Rain tapers Sunday evening, mostly cloudy, overnight, low low fifties, a warmer mostly sunny day on Monday, highs upper sixties near seventy I'm thrust type work mix. News at two o'clock. Breaking news at one start today with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning. I'm Amy current on seven ten W O R in NBC News Radio station. The following is a paid program W O ours airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered or the ideas expressed for cancer.

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"orange court" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Away last night at a health facility in Connecticut. He'd been there the past few days after falling at his home. Brown appointed DA back in nineteen Ninety-one was then reelected six times he was slated to step down in June due to health problems related to Parkinson's disease. He says they kept on working late into life because he loved being DA. Enjoy doing what I'm doing and wanted to news. Second physically do the Brown was eighty six years old mayor de Blasio expected to announce that he's running for president next week. But if history repeats itself, he won't have much of a chance of winning the White House as we find out from wwl wars James flippin word is that the Blasios will make it official next week and reportedly become the twenty second democratic candidate for president. So when was the last time a sitting mayor won the nomination? Well, you'd have to go back over two hundred years in fact to eighteen twelve when New York City mayor to win Clinton lost out, the James Madison more recently in one thousand nine hundred seventy two New York City mayor John Lindsay gave it a go. But he bowed out early in the primaries, in fact to find a president who was once mayor of a major city in after go back to the late eighteen hundreds when former buffalo mayor Grover Cleveland won the White House, though, he first won the presidency while governor of New York, I'm James flippin W O R news, a Broadway performer dead in an apparent suicide this morning police say a passer-by discovered. Forty-five-year-old Harlan Bengal dangling from an orange court at the winter Dale arch near central park west shortly before six this morning. The New York Post reports he had a history of mental illness and police say he left what appears to be a suicide note in his pocket. Bango lived in Washington heights and had roles in warhorse and the phantom of the opera. I'm Terry McCreevy w alarm news. There was an explosion and a silicone plant in Waukegan, Illinois this morning three people unaccounted for their assumed dead blast also injured six employee on duty and rattled windows as far as twenty miles away. I live about twenty miles north in sitting.

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"orange court" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And only in Lena pizzeria analytical live without high here in Fargo the site for tonight's North Dakota ADP boys basketball game between the Bruins and the Mustang with the call of tonight's game. Here's Evan getting. Similar aspirations, but both heading in very opposite directions. Six began the twenty eighteen nineteen season with an eight game win streak longest in program history. In only sniper Tom team in Eastern Conference Fargo Davies, Meanwhile, South is a young athletic group looking at still celery carrying to go through the. The top three teams in the conference beginning tonight with. Hello, again, everyone getting here for another edition of all high school basketball game elite ads Shelton high school and happy to have you. Join us for tonight's ride inside Bruins country as the Bruins at south are three and five three and four hundred ADC and the Mustangs of Cheyenne. Seventy one in the the Mustangs in their blue and orange court. Meanwhile, South in their home, white Brown and gold are preparing to be introduced. Tonight's public address announcer as four south curly coming off of a seventy three forty five laws on the road at Walkerton. Last friday. They have had a week to kind of news over the figure out exactly what was wrong in that game the game in which they didn't turn the ball over that has been their MO this year twenty one turnovers tied for the only turn the ball over twelve times against Wapping in. But however to get things going. That is something you'll need to keep up. Very sure handed Cheyenne team on the opposite side shine does not make many mistakes, even though they like to play fast. They do have room to improve as said hit figure head coach, Tom Kirchhoff. You're now about halfway through the season wants to play a more uptempo style basketball under okay at the turnovers come wet non game. So far this year four different Mustangs leading sores a very balanced attack. This young fresh. Tournament finals appearance a year ago. Meanwhile, twenty second year head coach, Mike, Hendricks elder statesman. The head coaches Dakota conference said that this.

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"orange court" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Sales or the national labor relations board where this occurs exchange commission uh i think is equally clear that they're not willing to say that no not article three federal court is beyond their appellate review because that would take with it for example the dc court of appeals and the question is where between those two propositions is there a clear line that puts you know the court appeals of the armed forces on one side this is the other now at my recollection is that you all really didn't respond directly presser bums eyes argument your briefing all i know came up a bit or argument you have a theory what is your view on on on the right place to draw the line on that spectrum you as you describe it w we did you know we we we i mean the government which went first in this brief in at least you know spent six pages on on the mucus brief and we largely agreed with its analysis so we you know in our reply brief i think we it we had like a sort of a two thirds of the page long footnote or reduce flee agreed with the government on i did it is important to stress what the court doesn't have to decide here i mean i think it's pretty cool earlier regardless of where the line is that what the court of appeals for the armed forces jaws is quintessentially judicial on congress has called it a quarter of record that's not a term congress banned is about and applies to them that orange courts of record on this is adversarial judicial review of criminal convictions that in at least some cases albeit none of mine could include capital sentences on and so i didn't you know the the the line we proposed i think more clearly in the euro arguments is that you know the port could simply hole that when congress you know identifies a particular tribunal as a court of record and there's no reason to them the congress is incorrectly label in that body at least in those cases the supreme court may constitutional exercise appellate reception and in fact i actually think that like that's consistent with this issue 94 supreme court case.

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"orange court" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The crosstown rivals and keep the victory streak alive against marion so instead dawn of tom since the dolled of time i like that line who's up in week five for the blue devil may have got the big task and you know a little bit khoat looking forward to hit in this game too may have been doing next week gotta go to thirty eight had our number for the s four years and i'm pretty sure they probably one tonight so both of them probably hidden into columbus faded and a big conference game against it's a huge game metal be one of the games of the week next week in class six i have a good weekend chip and we'll talk to you next friday night next friday night looking forward to it i laissez down south jimmy sleds and jimmy the warned lumberjacks rome tonight and cross in conference bly no problem with cross that at all forty four to six the final in that one little worn defense call now at the towel right off the bat crockett took the opening kickoff went korean out lumberjacks gluco were go down in scored took only seven unearthing orange court or at other possessions in the first half including a 42 yard field go by a sophomore kicker haisu and not go and warned late at halftime thirty two nothing invoked moshi rural start guarding the third quarter thirty seven a nothing kat it's only score came what i've scooping score more to fumble on the second the'mafia was able to take it in mid ended up 44 sick lumberjack come out on top and go to why no one conference in uh korean one three in one overall you're you a m s player of the game tonight for warren jimmy the ma marcus gilbert eka he's a senior replace peeking through cornerback use it on several pack old recovered a fumble in the end zone or a touchdown and then he fight running back later on in the game and in the corner row rushing touchdowns soaked marcus gilbert a sphere getting a player of the game tonight and who's up in week number five four the lumberjack acts we're traveler would earthquake recount star city on the bulldogs all right well good luck that wooden and uh and.

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"orange court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"In smoke orange court it car a vehicle accident uh i insurance company oh you know it don't go don't bother going to know is going to get a seventy five hundred bucks anyway and guess what will pay for you because we know you really weren't paul so i know what i'm gonna go to court anyway so the judge in only five hundred book and i filmed at a church property paid now because you said don't worry about it i'm going to court anyway no no no would i get back to court i o oh they they told me they call when you get back let us know what happened and you call them i gear and they said will pay will pay exactly all right and you have any paperwork or his all verbal conversation well a paper were i mean what talk years ago oh okay so why you're dealing with a now while because i for mortgage and guess what popped up on my credit pro probably a judgment exactly yeah your company and i and i'm gonna cut your head off i tell you what i i don't know what happy all we had the old database we're going to have to drag out your records and let him it out then tell it yeah one person felt takes twenty four hours or i could you know i get to it because you know what i'm going to sue you in brooklyn court for lying to me you don't su for lying you them for not paying upon agreement to pay and i'm assuming it's all in writing that conversation you have don't worry about it didn't know they put it in writing every we go verbal that's a problem isn't it well how about this how about this one we never have the conversation with you i don't remember the conversation there's nobody here on a conversation with you right and you say oh yes you did okay now why now i mean kinney shoe sure to believe you you have no proof us zero proof the only proof we has have is your moron and you know why.

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"orange court" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"orange court" Discussed on WTVN

"It kind of the now mouth the leafs are terminating art now i mean you guys actually have a pepper gardner's that you grow and then grow your own cedar you you bring as an from other places yes so we have some that we grow directly we have to have some some erect partnerships with individual growers across the country it kind of what they have to the point that we really like an thread out and make sure that if there's a whether situation one located glenn patiently down have any issues for that really had a few growers you can make sure his an offense time where to get those hurt yes i get drenched by reigns sometimes that but the west coast the it really dry so we have found partnership with people who grow directly in only for a and they are distributed though that leader able to an carer and that we have every year there on all and you know after twenty eight years what kind of figured out the right way to do this the that we can make sure that every year we has the staff eight and and i know it's been a terrific one some of that the new tiebreaker big black on four orange court and i mean with waking go through some of then they line hit here but they have them with a lot of great response so it was going to find and if it hit the which one okay kept his looked attention the upper had clean is with us it's morning issues laura joe from a proper joe's of course or website again pepper joe dot com.

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