17 Burst results for "Peter Gray"
"peter gray" Discussed on WTOP
"Up. There's this also trashed within the city. So we figured why not just come out and try to pick up the mess that was left by Some unwelcome visitors. Andrea Cameron w T. O P. News It was a touching memorial service yesterday for a prominent local bicyclist killed in November. White bike with the name Larry Willis on it now stands outside of the MacArthur Boulevard entrance to Great Falls Park in Maryland. Willis was injured and later died after November crash involving a car in a bicycle. He was the head of the Federation of Transportation Workers. He died at the bottom of the fairly steep hill and was going around a blind curve. Peter Gray, board vice president of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, held a 10 mile bike ride for the Bethesda metro station to the scene of the accident. It was to bring awareness place a ghost bike and his honor and call for safety changes. People who were going by that area are alerted to this idea that somebody died unnecessarily. Hilary BANKS. TV TV news health officials in Fairfax County, said the covert 19 vaccine is going to be available to more essential workers effects counties help the poor Moment will begin Vaccinating police fire has Matt corrections and workers at homeless shelters as soon as today about 40,000 teachers and other schools staffers follow as early as January, 16th. Virginia's face one be strategy for frontline of central workers requires local health departments to adhere to vaccinating the groups is prioritized in Governor North ums announcement those age 75 older and people living in correctional facilities and homeless shelters are also part of the one B group. The state says other areas. Moving to this next phase include the Health district's of Alexandria, Arlington, Loudon and Prince William. More details on our happened. W t o p dot com Matt Small w.
"peter gray" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And you nailed like 3 to 6 word statements starting with what the hell Nick all night long. It was the best part of the whole night was your Twitter feed? It was amazing. Ah, well, you know what? I still love the colors and I'm a fan. You know, there's much we all sit around. We analyzed things and we talk about him first and foremost, I'm a football fan, and I'm a 40 Niners fan. So yeah, There's emotion tied to it. So you just heard that call? Um, I'm sure Pop award to say, What the hell did Well what? What are you doing? Well, it was even more what the hell Nick when he said he saw Alex Singleton, the former Calgary stand Peter grayed out of the CFL. He's On the whole way. I thought he just lost the buzz linebacker and he didn't see him, Eddie, but he said he saw him the old the whole way and the ball just came out of his hands. Funny. Like funny. Ha ha. Peculiar. So when you hear that, that he saw him and he couldn't execute that throw, I mean, he threw a sow on a line. He threw it right into his hands. Well really did And it's really look at the palaver regardless, even with covert. Either way, we're gonna get picked off. So even if it had made it out to the receiver in the corner was still in position to pick it off. So I don't know what he was thinking on that play, but obviously it was a wrong thing. I don't know if that was really an interception or reception like that. He was looking at him. He throws maybe maybe you know, he's he's more accurate than even believed. He was Heathrow, where he was looking. Eric Davis is joining us so big picture. What are things to be concerned about? And what are fixable elements Because, for example, Nick most is not going to back to quit talking about him. But as you as you look at this team two and two What are fixable elements and one of things that Niner fan should really be concerned about. Well, a lot of the things that are happening number one. Like the inconsistency at the quarterback position. You would think that that's going to change that somebody think they're going to take care of them fell You get your starting quarterback, and that should change things. You're getting. The receivers are coming back. Be a zoo out there. Deep bows out there killed healthy again, So I would think those things are happening will fix themselves. I don't. I don't expect the offensive line tohave the day that it had Not this Billy's in public, You know, we talked about this on my block. That's that's a pretty good sport that they were going and I don't I don't think that they're going to have continued to have days like that, where they're just getting roughed up. With their front and the other thing on this game, And at the end of the day, when all the guys out like no poles, no tea for no Greenlaw. No term. Um you're down to your 67 corner. They gave up 18 points. So I I you You're not void of talent. They just have to get some consistency right now. Right now. There is not a good football team, the talented football team. They're just not a good team right now. So I think some of it's going to take care of itself gets the frontline guys back. Yeah, I'm with you and I, You know, a lot of the injuries are on defense, and some of the guys aren't coming back. But offense, you're starting to get guys back. But the two games they've lost both at home. The scores were 24, 2, 20, Arizona and 25 20 to Philadelphia and the offense last year averaged 29.9 points a game. They were second in the NFL and points per game behind Baltimore. So they're about 10 points lacking Which is costing you these two games. So obviously Garoppolo missing 10 quarters could probably, you know, correlate to the the 10 missing points. He was off the first game really good in the first half in New York against the Jets CD before the ankle. Right, so Jimmy comes back. And hopefully it will be this week, but we're not sure he clearly is. Q B one. Based on what you've seen. In the 10 quarters, and most of it was neck but they did pull him out at the end. After the terrible interception pick six by Singleton. They went to see Jay bettered. So who would be in your mind Q. B two and Q B three. How would you rank the two back ups now? I'd still leave it the same way it is. You know you had you had entire off even to evaluate these guys. You've gone through that they've been They've been in the system. The coaches have evaluated him and the way it fell with CJ. I know they came in. He came in, and the situation that he came into the hurry up with the two minute would think spreading around the defense and the way they were playing the defense at that time. It was easier for him to come into the game and have success in that in that moment, So I'm not going to fall out with this town in this regard. The way the coaches have looked at it. I mean, I have trusted him on all the all the others, Then they've been right more than they've been wrong. When you look at the players they put on the field situations and how they handled things. So I'm not going all of a sudden think that That evaluation is completely wrong. Um, I don't want the backup plan, period. Honestly, you know you work for me. Probably you, Tel me more time around looking at him. I don't care for two or three. If it's two or three. I know there's a certain mind set on a certain inconsistency why they are in those positions. I don't know if there's really a difference between two and three, so I don't think there's there. Reasons to make drastic changes there. Well, they're they're very different. Still a skill set. I mean, CJ method is the better at Lady is more mobility in a stronger arm, Nick processes information quicker. But we didn't see that the other night. I think my my my decision may be based on grapple plays or not. Where if you grapple can play Maybe I'd start Mullins and F C J behind. But if Garoppolo does play they might thinking would be well if he has to come out of the game. It's probably not good, so we need to come back and we probably need a stronger throwing arm and maybe the past Russia's getting. Why did Jimmy you have to leave the game? So maybe B C J in that situation, but I want to go over this K Juan Williams injury doesn't sound good, and I think he's going to go on I r. And it's two different positions in the NFL Cornerback or Nickelback. They have a lot of corners on this team. A lot of more hurt, but they have corners. They don't have a lot of nickel bags. Okay, one down. You know the new guy, Jamaar Taylor could go in there. Emmanuel mostly can go in there. So what do they do when the opponent's go three and four wide, and everybody's doing it? Obviously you're in this good. Defensor, You know most of the time, but who becomes your your inside Nickelback corner without K one CD you best That's a very, very important position. You're right. Everybody can't play inside of and played that position. You have all four corners. They can't go inside and play that nickel position because what you're doing, You're asked to cover like a corner. But you're also you have to be a part of the run force. You have to be a part of the blitz you your point. Damn linebacker. And everybody can do that. So, uh, your guess is as good as mine on that moment has played in their phone and you know you're I think that.
"peter gray" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"And likes tumbling and she likes doing cartwheels and she's doing them because it's fun and she's practicing because she likes getting better and that's intrinsic. And extrinsic is out. It's Thursday four get in the car we gotta go get to Olympics or whatever gymnastics, and then somebody saying you know we have to start out with fifteen jumping jacks and it becomes a class. It becomes something. So external and wants to get Peter Gray site to study where they asked kindergartners who were given a day of there was circle. Time when everybody shared something and there was reading when the teacher read Aloud Book and there was finger painting when everybody got to finger paint and there was recess and they asked the kids at the end of the day what was working what was play and play was recess and everything else was work because an adult said, now we'RE GOING TO BE IN A. Circle at adult chose the book and adult decided when it started and when finished, and now you have to finger paint with light finger paint or not. So what you're taking his play and you're turning it into nobody would call it work but there's an adult they're you're sorta getting grades you managed you know you're expected to attend. They don't have agency anymore, agency. On the playground, right right. So to me, you know some of childhood can remain childhood without it being taught to them and one of things. That's interesting me lately, and I'm going to ask both of you this question and I don't have a total theory yet but I feel like if you have enough free time in childhood, you discover something that you like to do that. You might still be doing as an adult if you're lucky if you get to pursue it, is there something you? Did as a kid that you still sorta see yourself doing some activity that turned you on Oh a Monaco first acting I started when I was in ninth grade I, guess wasn't wouldn't be kid necessarily no, no vector counts right like thirteen fourteen. So that's still happening almost everything I liked yeah in elementary still do like I raced BMX bikes, announced motorcycles, and a all my hobbies are virtually whatever adding horsepower to fifth grade thing was literally yeah they can I play devil's advocate on this. your role I disagree I really disagree with this because I think it's really you know we had just had Angela Duckworth on Grit I really agree with her on you should be having challenges that are just above your level so that you will attain those with hardware and then you will.
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Spell from the nineteen seventy three album guitar remar by Master Wilburn Bursch Shit Wilburn walser largely self taught guitarist than self taught mystic whose fascination with still called began around the age of twelve. He calls his music. IMPRIO- seeking to play music but emotions hearkening back to a pre-verbal age. And I hope you liked this dust as I hope you liked my talk with. I'll kiss systemic can degrade please do me a favor. Do Go to the website of scarlet. Imprint see what they produce eight is really worth it very the exciting books which are also love. He's just hold enhance and touched. But of course a very exciting read and very exciting to work with. Thanks I'll kiss this. Thanks Peter for all you do okay. France and listeners. Another show comes on the streets and of course you're all curious now about who will be our guest in next week's episode. Sure I will tell value there will be now a few returners to this show. meaning that some of the guests we will have the next couple of months some of them have. NFL radio appeared on the therms podcast earlier. And this is because they have released wonderful new works which we really need to talk about to I to come is Angel Millar. He was in November twenty seventeen so more than two years back and in our next show we will mainly but not exclusively talk about his new book. The three these stages of initiating spirituality which will appear actually only four days before the release of that new episode number seven with Angel. So you see your toss. Hermes podcast is really hot on the spot but for today we'll now do have to say goodbye. It was wonderful to have you as an audience. Do comment do communicate. Add to become a patron for now. I can only say daycare. Stay tuned Eh Uh Uh the..
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"To see if they can replicate those experiences with other people and learn and from other people and then once the magic actually still work and they realize what is the heat to do very often the web becomes very personal an on individual again and might groups can be. Greece can be really useful. If you're looking for support there are people who need more support than others mhm a needle to support. It's not that I can work well with others simply. I know what I'm here to do. Some Work is now is is is very very little interest to me because like I'm working with Al Qassam in a position. Addition where where we like the smallest functioning magical grape has died at an so. That's that's best where I've ended up. The thing with. Grapes is the their benefits. And they're all they're all pixels and there are many people who present themselves. This is authorities to run grapes. who he perhaps shouldn't be doing site because of the reasons that doing and an anyone he's listening in his thinking of adjoining working with a magical grape you know? Please be aware that people have the same evasions which tend to be the the big three which a power money and sex and that generally looking to leverage on one or combination of those of you and if she agreed we discharge to do that. The China Power try and take money from you or that China than it's the best place to be. Yeah absolutely we're also already remarkable position now in terms of some online quite famous full for being I anti technology. I'm not I'm not a big fan of technology. However I.
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"United some of the some of the production some of the tax excellent claim your pixel magical in Berry magical bass such as an object. Yeah Yeah yeah So so really. My Mom taught. Luckily because I I've been non aligned because I've I've I've had good friends across a whole range of magical intrical traditions. It also places being in a in a fairly neutral place which enables me to talk to people in different groups and in different traditions. Listen to produce texts three scholar in print without saying I am pushing a particular water while I'm pitching a particular personality. I'm not saying I'm not saying come and join my cult right. I'm saying I'm saying you know wasting his information. This is something that you can work with Amazon. That work is what will transform you right. Just going back on what you said that the very beginning and I I'm coming to kiss in one minute and do delegate you write that to US started that interest in a practical way at age. Eighteen ish twenty issue or night. Yeah because because I that makes me really give me a relief because so many people I talk to and into you here and I believed him when day say well I had had my first encounter at age five when I did that. And it makes me feel Did I miss something about myself. And Europol seems quite quite different. I'd say that yeah I mean I. I grew up in a in a fairly secular environment but I went to. I went to the church. School like a status on a Church of England school so I had A. I had another rejection of Christianity. The in our whatever embraced to kind of like like a a nascent. A nascent paganism. In in in terms of me being responding.
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Can have either these texts that we have dreamt holding terms of particularly representing work of living practitioners. Because when when I was when I was working like this that was very much sense the tide had gone on the magical community that people were isolated. The Internet was in a in kind of stages and there was a sense that on you people who are doing interesting magical work but that work wasn't being published at author ideas women being told to bow even things which we take for granted as being prevalent in them like for example effects on grandma. Magic there was no fuck some some grandma magic though is Carly's terrible whip till I know Asia and and the the way completions impatience and very little else. So there was there was a real dearth of material there A coastal ansel full had been publishing spam material like sped. Never been something. I was particularly interested in ride. That was hundred chummy. Just put out like his pipe. Tobacco backseats was even before before tax like has issue is a hardback edition. I mean but those were those were hearing on on the bookshelves. Libraries never something beginning to stir some kind of like post pice grants Post the collapse of the orders. Posted death of The popularity of the post the collapse and dissipation of of templates sake and there was a moment when there was the possibility of something new to come through. Are we talking nineties here late nineties. Yeah Yeah Yeah so that was very deep these kinds of inferences. We're coming into into into magic into my sense of magical publishing on on and I've always been. I've always been obsessed with books mainly which we have frau's bugs across all subjects but what account is a magical book is quite quite an and I think sometimes I guess lost in the modern calcium when people are people are collecting in books in looking for things to be explicitly magical some of the most magical books on even about magic united some of the some of the production some of the tax excellent claim your pixel magical in Berry magical bass such as an object. Yeah.
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Go on their website and find all the links to his music and background information on the episode. Show notes so now. Let's go to the United Kingdom once again the first time in stay half left to European Union but well L. for our podcast does not really change a lot. I had a wonderful talk with two lovely people whom. I'm sure many many of you know from their work. I'll kiss dietrich. And Peter Gray have created one of the most interesting being an exciting independent book publishing brands in the Field of the occult scarlet imprint. They produce wonderful wonderful books by the look touch and of course by their content and this is exactly one of the subjects that we will touch nervous cussin' and what makes a book so special. Why is it a kind of magical object? But before that as usual I they wanted to know where to two of them. Come from to have become the interesting cultists they are them selves. What brought them together in their venture and this all kicked off a discussion? Where very freely we touched number of interesting subjects like group work self instruction the influence ends of the Internet? You name it in about thirty minutes. I will come back for music break but now without without further ado off to that wonderful conversation with I'll kiss systemic and PD gray. Here.
"peter gray" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
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"peter gray" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Because there's something that's come up once or twice, but had won a gate wanted to talk about it a little bit more that has this right now in this moment, you know, barring the change that Peter gray wants to see it feels as if unschooled or self directed learning really advent advantages the families who can afford it. Right. I mean, we just had our caller say that, you know, her kids were able to take programming classes at cetera. Ideally. These are. This is one thing that public school is supposed to provide. It's supposed to be the great equalizer. So that these opportunities aren't only for the affluent or those who can afford it that kids at any level if they wanted to learn programming could get those things in a school setting. Sure, I think that people are responding to a very religious where you live in a society that is more segregated now. Then it was when we were like South Africa when we had basically Jim crow rules in many part of the United States. So again, we shouldn't romanticize what's going on. But at the same time, there's no doubt. I think that of what what we want to see is schools that are responsive multicultural powerfully anti-racist and also provides spacious for students to self direct. And I don't think that's going to happen by individual parents leaving schools, but we do know and Israel. Bust research on this is that social movements would parents community activists educators administrators and progressive members of the business community together push schools in particular directions. And I worry when I hear Lovie stereotypes about public schools. An an example would be something like this. These poor children who go to public schools, and then come home and watch TV for eight hours. I have very very little experience of seeing that, and I want I want to be very very cautious. We can't control the uses to which movements such as unschooled in your self directed learning or even homeschooling can be put right now, we're in a situation where there are so many attacks on anything that is called public. Individual parents. Mashes them withdraw from public schools. We can predict with about one hundred percents certainty that we will see even more problems in public schools, right? And Peter are accurately portraying just got thirty seconds to go here, and I should underscore it that at this point in time as we said earlier in the hour just as tiny fraction of people are actually doing this. But the Peter gray police have about thirty seconds. But you're less today. Yeah. So first of all, I'm just delighted to have been on the program with these other people, great ideas. This is let me just give little statistics at the end about the growth of on schooling, fifteen seconds that as a matter of fact on schooling is growing, and and homeschooling has been growing. But within home, a approximately three and a half percent of American school. Children are currently being home schooled and something like twenty percent of them are now being unschooled. So this is a large number, and it's growing well, Peter gray Maliki digs and Michael apple. Thank you all so much for joining us today. We did a lot of learning. I'm making talker party. This is on point..
"peter gray" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Your call, Peter gray. Do you have some answers for Stephen that question? Well, when to begin begins at birth, you you can't stop it from beginning at birth. Children are beginning to self educate as soon as they're bore. They're learning constantly, they're constantly learning. So one of the questions that I've been interested in my own research is there are there. Some children who are more cut out for self directed education than for others. And this is many people think well, some people are sort of self motivated, they can take control of their own life. And so on my experience has been that little children are all self motivated. And that doesn't end if we allow to continue at does not end if we allow to continue. I think the I think the important thing to ask for anybody who wants to take this route is am I capable of trusting my child, am I capable of allowing my child to learn what much held wants to learn even if it's not what I think my child should be learning at this point. You have to give up a certain amount of sense of control. Now, the truth of the matter terror in my heart, and the hazards have to give up a certain amount of sense of control you have to trust the nature of children. I have learned over the years to do that because of my research that just because of my own experience with my own child, but because of my research with many children, and because of my research into the history of humanity throughout almost all of human history. Children always self educated. We'd never had schools. We'd never had. As so children come into the world burning to educate themselves. We can't stop them from it unless we lock them away in closets and so on, but here's what we have to understand. We are now living in a world where there's way more knowledge out there that any of us can possibly learn and who's to decide what's most important for any given child. Don't Lee want people to grow up learning different aspects of that knowledge, why should everybody? Learn the same little slice of all the knowledge and skills and information that schools have decided this is the slice. Everybody should learn. Yeah. You have to trust your child your child may not study.
"peter gray" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Not only safe and sound, but ecstatic thrilled that he'd been given a chance that he'd had a chance to overcome this challenge and it many people say, this is terrible. This is responsible as his child abuse, so she's wonderful since reading her work, I have tried to be more free range with my kids, but it's it can be difficult because there are no other kids out there. So I send my son when he was nine, ten, I would send him across the street to the supermarket, and I had to kind of push them out because you hit say, people look at me, funny, there's there. No other kids out there without apparent. People are ones like where's your parent? So it's not a problem you can solve on your own. We need a culture change to really move us to recognizing that if kids don't. I have a lot of chances to be self supervising. They will not learn how to be self supervising. He I'm trying to solve this with Brazilian jujitsu. What's your trick while I mean, I'm just, you know, my daughter's will be obliged to take Brazilian jujitsu at some point. Actually, my oldest who's nine is has just started, and it's fantastic and is fantastic. Martial art for creating, you know, all of the character learning you would want in an uncaught mind, but it is in the context of my having coddled her to the limits of human ability. Okay. So tell me how much tell me in a typical week of hers during the school year, how much time does she have where there was no adult supervising no adult washing over her no adult who knows what she's doing well within the confines of our house. A fair amount, but no. Outside the outside your house? Yeah, we know there are no monsters in the house is a hard question. She's often in supervised situations where we are not, you know, school and camp, and but there's rep is always a responsible adult. So that's bad. We need to put our kids into situations where there is no responsible adult now. I don't mean they should be playing traffic, but like one great example of of what the simple thing to do. So Lenore skinny and I and Peter gray and.
"peter gray" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"We become uncover stories that reveal sites to the world you'd never expect with stories of the intercontinental life at apple podcast google play or wherever you find your podcast somethingyoushouldknow fascinating intel the world's top experts and practical advice you can use in your life today something should now mike carruthers i bet you struggled yourself or know someone who has struggled with depression at some time in their life it's pretty common and maybe you've wondered why people get depressed well mental health is a complex issue but there are some things that seem to cause depression that you may not realize lack of play is one of them play allows your brain to breathe and form the neurons that help you fend off negative intrusive thoughts in his psychology today blog called the decline of play and the rise of mental disorders peter gray connects the rise of depression and anxiety among children and at a lesson with the deterioration of relaxed play in our society antibiotics are another cause at least in studies of mice the use of antibiotics disrupted intestinal bacteria and caused changes in mood and may made them more anxious screen time a british study in twenty thirteen found that children who spent more than four hours a day in front of computer screens or television had lower self esteem and greater emotional problems such as anxiety and depression divorce is certainly a cause of depression a study published in the journal of marriage and family found that divorce had serious consequences on the psychological wellbeing of children both before and after the divorce and that the negative effect could not be attributed to the pre divorce stress within the family and stress in general while some stress is good which is what we're going to talk about later in this podcast too much stress compromises almost every biological system in your body wearing out important organs so that you are vulnerable to mood disruptions and that is something you should know.
"peter gray" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"So he's got one hundred and thirteen career home runs we mentioned he wasn't a power hitting you know almost three thousand hits one hundred thirteen home runs so not much of rbi guys really played a lot of leadoff so got seven hundred forty seven hundred forty seven sorry rbi's but five hundred stolen bases jeremiah mentioned a three fourteen average zombies percentage was three fifty seven so just a great peter gray hit all around and if he does if he does get twenty one or more it would become to thirty player to reach three thousand mark absolutely it's not many people that have done it if when you think about the history of baseball the long history yes so each row i first ten seasons at least two hundred hits in every season credible and then dropping off here until eleven we had one hundred eighty four hit so you only almost with the when his career at the yankees it wasn't as you know he kind of dropped off a little bit yeah you hit over three hundred i first ten seasons well just a great hitter i mean and fun factor each road debuted april second dozen i which is my birthday oh so born it was april second each he's legendary hitter chosen one eight eight oh literally turning eight when each row debuted i was nine here's old joe yeah almost there you know we're we're pretty similar so each row here you got to think it's probably winding down here he's going to he's a legend of the game do you think somebody's last season or do you think it is but we don't know you think he was playing sort of get to this mile and then yeah he gives me he's going to get in sort of call it a day if he i think he happens to get twenty one more his before the season ended i actually wouldn't be surprised if this ad to walk away from the game because the marlins are not really they're not in contention.
"peter gray" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Salesman people neto in studio french and friends front wrap things up we'll do it god willing one moonlight they i want to go to their oh who oh no boom mom oh russian peter gray a study by johns hopkins university says that if you don't need lifesaving medical attention you may be better off calling in hoover then calling nine one one at at at that is so true because there is a lot of things that people feel like hey i should just go to the er our and make sure i'm okay it turns out you know not that big of a deal but then you have to pay i don't know how many hundreds of dollars for for an ambulance but it is ridiculous are more i think it could even be more here's the example by ozzie ozzie dot com you've been shot.
"peter gray" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We own parkway's everyone please room pete of grain all parfours you take the best drive and dan play your own ball uh in quito on on parfive uh if care fastballs so you pick from and don't play your arm ball peter gray land it's just not the the golf at selfies and it's a whole day of activities gosh yes shorter thirty in the morning with breakfast thursday putting contact sandy eleven o'clock shock on uh we normally finish around four thirty or so then we go indoors avocado hour with a fabulous uh appetizers i am dan dan followed by fifa buffet an valley roy goes will allow sounds great those of the thirty four th year you're been involved in this day that off wait and not in the same capacity as cochair uh you know over the years for a player and then i i remember uh i join the off oh committee and became moller was appointed cochair ours our our work in our listeners get more information and work in they sign up to play well the consign now far at her valley uh we only have a couple of foursomes why it is so moving forward to two thousand as an eighteen favouite reached out to her valley probably in a motto for early july uh where there were openings available i think we have two or three foursomes uh as of yesterday that oh we have room for how dunno where we.
"peter gray" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The city of chicago rahm emanuel and are all all the mid rowley therefore over are warming arteries our formed in in the third war and i'm talking about often repair that all or fifty five million dollars that with growth to be in her war this somehow guard prayer quit over the they reappear o'hare harpool you that your she was a rayo but in public policy there will be a lot war crowley chrysler are how this happen and therefore calmer today okay bike mike's talking about the bga report about the fifty five million dollars and in to fund was supposed to go to neighborhoods booked uh went into navy peter gray and right the tiph money will make things as for your call i think what i love that you addressed was your story about your female boss and i think just reiterating the fact that you know there is that role for men to play here and how we and how you you know you're able to address these things as men you know men standing up for issues that women care about but also for women in politics like i said being mentors to young women standing up when you see sexism in this stuff is really important so thanks for that story okay let's go to mature mitchell biran yeah this great topic if you were on board in making fifty three on chicory topic since with 1963 but hillary clinton brought to the election was based on the fact that she can get the boat but okay she did not vote and at the average american knew how much money two hundred seventy one trillion dollars you blew on that election including the primary probably would vote democrat again it's not about the fact that she's a female are we gotta stop this netflix ongoing narrative you're pushing that art critic hilarious are.