21 Burst results for "Posied"
"posied" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"A little bit about your involvement with that and why that's so important to you theresa. It's important when i when i decided to create my business At the time. Now keep in mind i. I was coming from michigan so we did not we. We didn't have a flower shop in michigan and most of them across the country at that time. Were doing a baby's breath in roses instead stiff imports and no life. No no blowzy ephemeral fragrant nothing just boxed stiff flowers I'm not saying that these other flowers did not exist but as you said they were way in the background and i decided when i started thinking about what. What's what's my hook. What's my gig. What's my anchor. Well that is. I came out to california and i cannot believe how many things we can grow out here and i can't believe no flower shop out. Here that i can find is is growing beautiful garden flowers. Kinda flowers where you look at them. And you reminded. I'm reminded of granny's garden or you know aunt joan's garden or you know the hedgerow roses you know over the neighbor's fence. Whatever it's it's a link that was missing in floral design in my goal from the very beginning was to provide that bridge and put these designs out there. Whether in i knew. I knew this is probably something people aren't ready for. I've got a long climb ahead of me in the other thing was. I'm not gonna put any chemicals in my garden. i don't wanna farm with chemicals. I know that there's a better way to do this. Stain of agriculture. At that time was just elite and the i could go into a whole other interview about that whole agriculture part of it. But but i wanted to do something different. I wanted beautiful. Cut flowers grown without the inputs of tonnes of pesticides tons of synthetic fertilizers. So on his wars right and that seems like such a common understanding and intention at in this day and age in two thousand and twenty but in nineteen ninety nine that was not yet the main understanding. And you know we were regularly taught to feed your roses and most rose food came with built in systemic insecticides and fungicides and and we didn't you know it it was just not part of the common culture and so i'm guessing by might be wrong here but that you know the move to someplace like santa cruz which has a fairly progressive and nurturing culture that that was helpful to your own education and and cultural consciousness at that time absolutely some of my earlier reference books and i slow use them to this day or the rodale gardening books and The organic rose garden in my earlier influence. They are my early influences in i. They're like my bible. You know the way these people gardens and as far as floral design you know getting getting that look that i was craving my earliest influences. Were in this. Isn't that early. Paula pryke isn't that early constance spry. Yes you know that's going back to for me. That's going back and i absolutely adore her style and Yeah so it existed. Just i was just like where did that go right. We get that back. And i just have our d- every book. I could get my hands on impala price books were absolutely Instrumental in the formation of my design style. There were a few other smaller. I don't have the names off. The top of my head that there were a few other smaller lesser known designers mineta out of england that i followed got everything i could get my hands on that they ever did Old books and just learned from from them. I it and trial and error in and i started getting. I got my first business account Look at a dentist office here in town. And i don't think they liked my style too much so see. That's that's how. I knew. I had a long road ahead of me Because they were used to the more you know the hybrid roses coming out of columbia. They used to use to the leather leaf in the hybrid. Roses in here. i am bringing in i had put in two hundred Old garden roses. Yes they were starting to bloom. And that's when i started thinking okay now can start getting some accounts and not everybody like i said not. Everybody was ready for it but i got down there. At the kiosk that became available to purchase two years later. And i got in there. And yes i was. I was able to find a happy niche. I wanted to buy all local going back to the slow flowers. Things i wanted to buy. Mice wanted to use all my stuff on my greenery. What i was growing in then. I wanted to find all the local people that were growing in. That was extremely difficult at that time. But i knew they were out there. Because i'd go go around to different grocery stores. And i would see in their produce department l look at that little bundle of you know black-eyed susan's you know they're growing something and i would see these people out seek them out and of course. None of them were ready for me. The florist to come to them say you know. Can i get ten bunches of whatever you're growing and they're like consistently every friday so it was but it was so set on providing local locally grown it was so important to me to reduce that carbon footprint support our local farmers and at that time people thought i was bonkers. Iv at the kiosk and have a bunch of sweet peas grown. By this dear woman in core litas. She found out about me. 'cause i she. The kiosk kind of started. When i got all my garden flowers out there and started making these gorgeous arrangements people were starting to take note and she came to me just like i did eight years before with those. Tulips opened up the back of her car and she had this sweet peas in the back of her car. That had stems about two feet long in. I was like oh my gosh. You're grown. she's yesterday. She had three kids in the car for young kids. And i said i'll take them all and she's still grew. Sweet pays for me every year for about three years and then they had to sell their property. But i think it's important still to this day. Just like when i started to provide consumers with a locally grown product that they can feel good about supporting our local a local economy and bringing back our flower farms that we lost during the indian fair trade to act back in nineteen ninety-two. Yeah i'm sure you know the story. It's became cheaper to import Then to district themselves in for me. that was just. It was just ridiculous with all this amazing farmland in this country. And.
"posied" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"But as i was putting this garden in in planting more and more things. That's when i started. Taking floral design. Took one floral design class at the local community college here and started just buying. You know every floral design book. That i could get my hands on Yeah what were some of your early ones. And i wanted just note that i think you're talking about college which is just i wanna do. A shout out to junior colleges and their incredible richness. They've resources for people right especially in a moment like this where the world is such a slippery place for our young people and To be able to gain access to educational resources like our junior colleges offer is just. It's a godsend yes. It is yes it really is. It is yet so and so you. I love this startup. This like teaching yourself and putting your toe in all in the same time and then you slowly. You also start you take on this mantle of the garden style at a time when it was kind of reviving But kind of needed people to keep that revival going and And you become one of the founding members of this thing that we talk about the slow flowers movement. Talk a little bit about your involvement with that and why that's so important to you theresa. It's.
"posied" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Because i think when i have heard you speak before you describe your early days at you know a a little flower cart coming in santa cruz right in one thousand nine hundred nine. Yes in nineteen ninety nine. It was a little kiosk. Sixty square feet of space in. You would not believe how many flowers i packed into that. Little space I worked at a sixty square feet. downtown santa cruz on pacific avenue. And i was growing a lot of flowers at that point too. Because i had my first endeavor once i up my mind that i was going to our business. I wasn't really sure where this was going to go. I didn't really know what my niche was. I really didn't. I started my business with chest. A pure and simple love of flowers giving flowers making beautiful flower arrangements making any kind of gift from the garden. just getting back in you know like i said i get my hands dirty growing things and i really didn't know where this was going to leave me and i was very fortunate to have the setup in my family structure that enabled me to do that. You know both financially financial support and just the support of my husband and his family because we live on the family prop kind of like a compound. We call it So i had to have everybody on board with me. You know with the side of the garden air. It's supplying the kiosk. And then as you say kind of listening to your intuition as to how your your niche and your specific calling would would evolve. Yes i did. I really did it. Devolve all right before we get deeper into that evolution that leads us to the current day from that original instinct to kind of transition from being a fulltime mom and caretaker at your home and land there to starting near small business and then growing it along take us back to your earliest kind of inspirations and and models that would lead you to be a person for whom this was going to be a calling in where were you born and raised in. Who were the people in plants in places no. I love this question. Not me on this one. I was born and raised in south texas south of houston right on the coast there little north galveston and on my earliest memories of feeling a connection with plants in gardens came from both sets of my grandparents on my father's side every time we would go see granny and pop which was about. I'd say probably like eighty miles away. We always started our visit with a walk through the garden. So look at the trees. How're the patriots. Doing she grew in incredible array of day lilies. Those were her pride and joy and I have many pictures of me and my sisters and cousins sitting in the day lilies and all kinds of fruit trees pop my grandfather you know. He always had a huge vegetable garden in grew lots of peanuts. That was always just the funnest thing for us to go and dig up peanuts with him. So that's where. I remember having my first real connection like you know i remember being with granny and bob out there and they just had. They lit up when they talked about their trees and their vegetables. In the you know the flowers and look at that bloom. Just look at that bloom. Look the colors so in in that came from that side and also on my mom side. My grandmother Her mother might grandmother. Who i that. One is nanny. Nanny and granny in nanny was more of a house plant she was she would be known. She was known as crazy house. Plant lady every needs family needs. There was nothing that she could not grow and have it just thrive. I remember neighbors coming over to get cuttings. And i remember you know old gentlemen coming over that have been you know big avid gardeners. And they'd say how do you get this to do this. And i mean this is me probably like seven eight years old learning all this and understanding what plants means a people and how people can light up when they see you know a rose in full bloom. A garden rose or a daily or a zucchini. Or you know i. I learned from a very young age. That there is a wonderful positive Soul healing relationship that people have with our natural world plants and garden. Yeah things like that and it's funny because it's almost beyond language right. I mean not even almost it is beyond language it is picked it up as a small girl being this relationship of hi. I'm so glad you're here. Let's go see the garden and My my mother was the same way. The garden was a member of the like the family. Highlight of why we were together. And i love thinking of young people today even hearing a conversation like this in passing and having any of that exceeded somewhere in there deeper brain to to be value that's held up. So you're you're you're in south texas again sort of in coastal environment. How do you get to santa cruz. Start and start your family and move into like travel. And i love how sometimes these connections actually teach us lessons that we need for whatever the next stages and there are those for you. Yes there are travel will i ended up. There were a lot of thoughts between texas. Chris but but we my father was With dow chemical and he was transferred. know throughout his career to different areas. So we went from texas to arkansas Which opened up another dimension of the natural world for me. Because i'm used to south texas coast flatlands. Marsh humid that type of gardening to I went up to arkansas. You know we saw a hill and thought it was a mountain. It looked like now edris to us. It was just this wonderland and of course we bought the hat. We bought a house upon a hill in. Russellville arkansas. I look at that i look at that..
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played ‘Among Us’ in a bid to get out the vote
"Tuesday this week, Congress person Alexandria Kaze O Cortez undertook a socially distant get out the vote effort through the streaming platform twitch. Her pitch opened the three hour plus event and closed it to first things first. If you are able to vote we are here I will vote dot com. Make sure that you make your voting plan and if you can't vote if you're under the age of 18 make sure you talk to someone that can vote and try toe direct them. Tie will vote dot com. And make sure that they get their voting plan in place. But 400,000 plus viewers hadn't pulled up posies first twitch stream to hear her pitch. They were mainly their toe. Watch her game. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Oh, my God. I knew it. The first term representatives first kill in the game among us which has lately become popular among videogame streamers, some of whom joined her that evening. Is that Is that weird to just call you AOC? No, Romeo. See Mike Pence can call me I see you guys. Alright. Okay. Though many have politicked on social media before The old school playbook of the ground game and TV ads still dictate the 21st century campaign. But from the cove it era emerges a new playbook, according to the verge political reporter, mechanic Kelly and in that book Tuesdays Livestream marks a landmark event.
AOC met more than 400,000 young potential voters on their own turf: Twitch
"Holy cow On Tuesday this week, Congress person Alexandria Kaze O Cortez undertook a socially distant get out the vote effort through the streaming platform twitch. Her pitch opened the three hour plus event and closed it to first things first. If you are able to vote we are here I will vote dot com. Make sure that you make your voting plan and if you can't vote if you're under the age of 18 make sure you talk to someone that can vote and try toe direct them. Tie will vote dot com. And make sure that they get their voting plan in place. But 400,000 plus viewers hadn't pulled up posies first twitch stream to hear her pitch. They were mainly their toe. Watch her game. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Oh, Mike, I knew it. The first term representatives first kill in the game among us, which has lately become popular among videogame streamers, some of whom joined her that evening. Rosie is that Is that weird to just call you AOC? No, Romeo. See Mike pence. OK, call me I Iove you guys. All right, though many have politicked on social media before. The old school playbook of the ground game and TV ads still dictate the 21st century campaign. But from the cove it era emerges a new playbook, according to the verge political reporter, mechanic Kelly and in that book Tuesdays Livestream marks a landmark event. McKenna. Welcome to the show. Hey, it's great to be here. So the stream was a massive success as Faras viewership goes, but it was also billed as a get out the vote effort. Do we know how successful that Wass At the peak point of the stream folks of the DNC were saying that they were getting the most referrals to the website? Two. I will vote dot com than they ever have. Do We know how money that Wass I was not able to get a specific figure. But during the vice presidential debate they bought fly will vote dot com And then when Taylor Swift Said that she was going to endorse Joe Biden they bought Taylor will vote dot com So there have been huge referrals to this link before and saying that the stream was bigger than say. That huge viral moment with the fly, and Taylor Swift, who is arguably one of the most famous celebrities in the world, says a lot Now, a lot of folks weren't going to sit through the entire thing. But there were moments that were clipped and put on Twitter or YouTube. Like when AOC talked about socialized medicine with H Bomber guy, you go to the doctor and you say I have this problem, and then they prescribe you medicine and then you just go pick it up. That's it. And then you go home. And you Google how much it would have cost in America. Oh, my God. Later he kills her. I'm actually a bit heartbroken, but, hey, life is cheap. Can you talk about that moment, so people and users on twitch our custom to diving in and out and jumping in the chat and chatting for a little bit and then maybe going watching on TV or some other video so unimportant part? Of the twitch culture is the clips function. And when people do catch something interesting those clips in those conversations Khun Go viral and reach even bigger audiences on Twitter on Facebook on YouTube than they ever could on twitch because which of course, is live. But these clips will last forever. Now. Polygon Senior Editor Patricia Hernandez wrote this week that it wasn't just about organizing and savvy. This was fandom. Those hundreds of thousands of viewers included thousands of stands, referring in this case to the AOC diehards. For people who you know, aren't as hep to the jive as I am. Stan is a term that's drawn from the title of an Eminem song. Right, Right. My girlfriend jealous because I've talked about 24 7, but you don't know him like I know you slim. No one does. You don't know what it was, like people like us growing up for me, man. I'll be the biggest fan. You'll ever lose yours, then. Yes, we could be together. When it comes Tio stand culture with pop culture and movies and television. Oftentimes people will draw fan art of their favor. Characters and people were doing that for a OSI in 2018, and she was re posting that fan art on her instagram page. So she has been building this community of people for a very, very long time. And that's why Tuesday's stream was so successful she already had this base. There are already people who stand each bomber guy. There are already people who stand Tucson piker and poking Manet and the other folks who are on there. There was just a bunch of communities colliding in a really interesting way. And then, of course,
Ponzi king Madoff's brother released from home confinement
"A posy King Bernard Madoff has been released from home confinement and from federal custody, the bureau of president said Friday. Peter Madoff, who served about nine years of his sentence was released from home confinement. He had been transferred to home confinement for the Federal Correctional Institution in Miami in November 2019.
"Welcome kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb. Today we live in a world of doublespeak gas lighting alternative facts. And this begs the question. How do you find the truth? Well deductive reasoning critical thinking. And fact checking out bear with me as I start off an illustration of all of this with the nursery rhyme ring around the rosie pocket full of posies ashes ashes. We all fall down. The word dark comes to mind when you think about it. The first three words ring around the Rosie refers to the sign of infection during the black plague. It was a bright green or yellow ring around a raised. Rats watch the next words pocket full of posies refers to the smell of the infected and how children fill their pockets with flowers to cover the smell. Finally the last words ashes ashes we all fall down. This refers to how the infected eventually drop dead and they were burned to keep the plague from spreading lol talk about dark and it would be if that were the true meaning of this nursery rhyme. But it's not fact. Check ring around. The Rosie is simply a nursery rhyme of undefined origin and no specific meaning and someone long after the fact concocted and invented explanation for its creation. The black plague was a disease. We call Vanek plague and it spread by bacillus usually carried by rodents and transmitted to humans by fleas. The played I hit Western Europe in Thirteen. Forty seven and by thirteen fifty. It had killed nearly a third of the European population. Although some of the details of the plague offered in this strange ring around the rosie poem explanation are reasonably accurate. Sneezing one of the symptoms of a form of pled for example and some people did use flowers incense and perfume oils to try and ward off the scent of the disease the notion that we were behind the creation of this nursery rhyme is extremely implausible for a number of reasons although foot glorious have been collecting and setting down in print. Bits of oral tradition such as Rhymes and fairy tales for hundreds of years. The earliest print appearance of ring around the Rosie did not occur until the publication of Kate. Greenaway's mother goose or the old nursery rhymes in eighteen. Eighty one for the plug explanation of ring around the Rosie to beat true. We have to believe that shoulder were reciting this nursery rhyme continuously for over five centuries yet not one person in that five hundred year span founded popular enough to merit writing down how anyone could credibly assert a rhyme which didn't appear in print until eighteen eighty one actually began in thirteen. Forty seven is a mystery if the rhyme were really this whole than ring around the Rosie antedates chaucer's Canterbury Tales and therefore we would have examples of this rhyme in middle English as well as modern English forms. We're talking about deductive reasoning gear ring around. The Rosie has many different variant forms which admit some of the plague references or clearly how nothing whatsoever to do with death or sees my point and taking a closer look at this nursery. Rhyme is to point out that something that appears to mean. One thing may actually mean something else entirely. Well that's good to know but how is it determined what is true and what is not one of the things. Aside from critical thinking. Reasonable deduction is back. Check in a world of alternative facts. It's important to look and listen with a critical eye on ear. And if that fails fact check this begs an example more relevant than a nursery. Rhyme could the twenty twenty. Us presidential election postponed. There's your question what's true. The date of the. Us presidential election could theoretically be postponed with the approval of Congress and the president. How ever such a postponement would be extremely difficult to achieve in time for the twenty twenty presidential election and not provide much leeway for voters. Now he can see not all answers are straightforward. But a good fact checker will spell
"posied" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Randy thank you for being on this last episode a two thousand seventeen haiti for halloween letter as always great way to close it out where can people find you i'm on the internet at brand dazzle on twitter and on instagram my website brandy posied dot com has all my tour dates stand up comedian such were country lot and then i have a podcast with barbara grand tests barker called lady to lady and it is good it's very very fan good how are you spilling your name there b r d i e p o s e y miles where can people find you you can find me by lastminute christmas gifts probably uh but if you're interested in the social media stuff at miles of gray on most things and you can follow me a jack underscore o'brien on twitter you follow us at the dailies i geist on instagram we have a facebook fan page that is the dailies i us we are on twitter at daily zeitgeist and we have a website dailies that goes dot com where you can find our episodes and footnote this hopes where we link off to all the articles we use as sources for each episode and that's going to do it for today i guess we'll be back next week with their short holiday themed episodes and then the week after that with more daily zeitgeist and we have a special daily zeitgeist presentation of the jamie loftus vision santa university we talked about iran past episode of the daily zeitgeist it completely lives up to the insane expectations the new hurt our garage on the show too i think like earth november jim love to have one of our most frequent and beloved guests a has written a five hour featurelength film cut santa university we excerpted uh probably like thirty thirty five minutes worth of those scenes miles appears as dan santa the protagonist uh i am got santa among others in santa had it's it is a tour de force by a your dailies i guys crew ano played gal santa yeah.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The fact that that packages will white i think everybody knows that i think of on the marlins i want much more than just those three guys but those of names that we heard of not necessarily that was the entire trade packets as those are the names that lead dow but people are chiming in for one five either way kambia they want stand at any cost and we have this conversation yesterday about madison bumgarner who would you will there's three untouchables on this team in my opinion three untouchable posied crawford and bumgarner now untouchables not untouchable untouchable is those three guys i do not want to see gone out of those three who are you willing to part with the one guy and if i had to if i had to pick one guy at of those three that i'm willing to part with back myself in a corner magomed bummed because i don't think you can touch crawford or pose p condo shake your head anymore i gotta go crawford is hard to find that is hard to find a through i got to get rid of 28 really i that killed thirty oh really does the real answer but you just can't do it choline hosie because he owes e coli it's posey why you blew you'd lose more fact i will kill the target right by the whole i can have think target guy by the way do say you know we too yeah posy over the age of thirty i mean literally first baseman highlighting remorse scrag but you can't you can't be an organization that casts off a player it as much as much as pope meant as much as posing not especially now the giants celebrating all three of those guys of mental lots of the franchise crawford bump and post all three of a middle lowlight wang it out i got a kid quantified 102 get light button by number one starter or a uh a gm of a shortstop i think a gem of a shortstops really hard to me his brennan crawford's defense is phenomenal dam near flawless ago notes all how to nigel clough brandon crawford play football foothill ha oh yeah yeah he was terrible was he niwa error where they give me the right decision.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Lead offer the j into your tonight gordie's hernandez leftfielder in second place at one hundred pence in rightfielder hitting third buster posey's at first base where they left hander out about posied batting cleanup mikkeli do it a catching he is the fifth place at a brand crawford it short stubby at six while those out of all third baseman and seventh place at r kelly tabloids in add second bc here today at the starting pitcher for the james he's really been one of the best stories of the year thai blocking satan 7up 4 four one five era and lately much better even than that would indicate sidewalk has a really pitch well he's got a challenge on his hands tonight particularly with giancarlo standard as hot as years but the barlow dhs ever been swinging bath pretty well overall walk here in miami marlins meanwhile fifty six and sixty so they're they're trying to hang it in there this year secondplace team at ease they are fourteen games by the nationals but they have had a a reasonably good year with a lot of injuries makes de gordon will be the second baseman and lead leadoff four miami giancarlo stanley ventured his hot streak it has been something we'll talk about it as we go along through the game but a home runs in nine of the last ten games for the marlins twenty one home runs he'd thirty three games over the last mud that's a pace where if that were the seasonlong pace of we're talking about a month of baseball he would hit one hundred all rugs in a seasons it gives you some idea over the last blood of how good he's been stand in right field hitting second christian yell urged the center fielder will bad third of marcel ozoda an allstar he had senator be oriana left feel rather hitting cleanup gt real beutel he is the catcher adequately sitter tyler moore at first be sitting in the number six spot of the order derek dietrich at third base batting seventh miguel role haas shortstop at eight blaze that are in the starting pitcher four miami is elected are adamant conley conley four and five of the five four three earned run average so it's true left easier at marlins partthai block for the giants and conley for miami a message sponsored by hanson bridget.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Thyssen gets designed from posy due to patch is balanced foul on the first side again that was a high slider and i think that was by design sometimes you say those words together evening hangar but chancellor pitched josh belt up a lot in this series very upright hitter twitter banning lefthanded here seventh picture the bat to do is popped up audie infield who's going to take it and it will be bell do cuts in front of panic gesweine amount proud numberone nobody was really making a call at that bright sunshine up above usually crawford takes command i don't think he saw it all that well and belt came right in front of panic at ease taller that panic and ended up catching it hey i think crawford did see it but as it the volcanic tailed door the i decided amount it was belgian panic together they they almost collided but all's well that ends well eddie johnson won here's jay so he takes strike one from sam dyson we still may never really know what went wrong with dyson at the beginning of this year again been a a really good reliever was on the world baseball classic team as the united states teams closer and pitch great here's a top her softly hit foul i may side on ninety four malan our sinker its own to an end the for the regular season started any just it just spun out of control but the perfect year for the giants to take a chance on him and that is paying off right now mark answer your talk about that he is feeling better to the point where could be fairly soon that he goes out on a rehab assignment oh to jaso tips at fouled barely and how hard slider from dyson still owing two there are the bottom of the seventh in arizona diamondbacks lead 72 oh arizona the dodgers just played so well everybody way back in the west with the diamondbacks still firmly in a playoff position in the national league 57 and forty three so are the rockies for that matter although both those teams of cooled off a bit o2 jaso breaks his bat slow roller with the chef john crawford adds.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He had a stolen but he came skidding off the bagonesa number two that was golf four so belt takes the walk that really herds in that you got posied coming up and new year's got a good job and would have stolen the bag but but he just slid off the base and was tagged out by spansih young where's the mit right well the myth as inhabitied finger given feared dead hold onto the base in that mit slid right past the bag he tried to hold onto the corner of the bag and with the mid on he could do it he driver hooked his toe and he could do that too bad so that caught steal it out that's huge here's buster with a runner if i did too down instead of first and second one out hosie takes inside for on with the curve and it away you say well out it's a mistake because you're in the middle of the order and you make it out all the bases with a pitcher who struggling and i think that is true but he he had had stolen the she did and he just skidded off the bag here's the one oh that is a fast quality outside for called strike one if you're a first and takes off for second and it's wall four well it doesn't matter your entitled to second base on the walk is second you are not entitled to third it's alive play torrance amount here's a swing a high pop up from hosie blind for his base myers circling around it and it will make the catch the innings over giants gift to the all tied the game spanner nude yes hernandez all combined to get two runs on the board we'll go to seven two two two onto cambior northern california honda dealers radio owner in baseball who some people are just pa you can stick millions some town of italian botha goes that one is gone dolar foot in that giants booth they're always aw when did pens from the host of pens he's had big sitting on the throne in the beholden unique that's going to be his wocka music from our i think it is pretty stirring actually the game of thrones there's a wall giants baseball 1090 pregame 615 born knbr six saying here's a reminder it takes six seconds for an eighteen wheeler travelling at a safe speed to come to a complete stop and in those six seconds that truck will travel the length of two football fields so please give them room our roads our.
"posied" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"A feels like temperature heating didn't love as of late afternoon of your perch 100 this is especially true central and south tonight's low in the low to mid 70s a few isolated thunderstorms are possible that not a widespread rain a really cool off thursday friday intervals of clouds and sun highs in the low to mid nineties and again feels like temperatures central and south may be approaching one hundred so trench dehydrated get that upside worked in the morning if possible i'm meteorologist marks the grease in union bjp to in hillsborough 84 vorhees jeff again weather every fifteen minutes on new jersey one on one way that one in order to lease or leave the lease cloudy in that area i should have played huddled by led zeppelin to this thing and then only what this place judge john than than that and then as i said the doors now touch me bags these delays dog hot dogs because we feel like it and now want one driving around it was and is the vince gill doyle a talking about the hot dogs in their our build doyle's guide on how to eat a hot dog and it's great i re tweeted grey areas and then i wanted pants sure sure i share all his opinions but yet nobody shows okay well he's an opinion in through self is very strong opinions on hires posied hata really this guy you gotta take a stand during a hotdog stand start to john in cell roads rigors john knows the definition of same which john what are we got what so what i'm doing right malcolm turnbull right on red arrow on weight over like you bring that.
"posied" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Dick posied government waste an abuse of your liberties every day sean hannity is on right now this is the sean hannity show this louie gohmert congressman from texas sitting in and we're thrilled that you're listening to us today i have is my guest now the president of the government accountability institute altar of clinton cash uh but it he has a new column out in new york post calling for us officials to demand answers about hillary clinton confidant john podesta's ties to russia peter schweitzer glad to have you on the sean hannity show hey congressman thanks so much for having me i prefer hit well you your ears must have been burning win podesta and my friend maria lp would consider us fred but worry of barter bhargava roma was getting into it and pedestrians basically saying that she was just wrong she getting a ridiculous information and she was seemed to be taking pretty ballot information did you see that or see a replay of that interview i did and you know look um i wish peter i wish you could have been part of that because i just knew the jury irs were burning in you were just chomping at the bit to jump in there and straighten john out so now i'm looking forward to having you straight now the places where john was not being as honest as he perhaps should have been well listen had congressman i applaud the maria by romo for raising those issues fantastic y'all problem and you know the problem is is the john podesta would sap do uh and in some instances dishonest asked about his relationship with the russian government um you know she was a apple yet he said uh he didn't have any stocking russian company so go back interfax rate by roma said uh that's not true john we know you own five thousand shares you were on the board of julie zander you say it it do you will hear yeah that's right um you know he what would happen if we mis characterize what she said that he could denied that it was crew ears the bottom line when john podesta in 2011 was part of hillary clinton policy council after the state department he wasn't advisor we know from the wikileaks emails were released advising her on everything from personnel matters to policy to be on in that capacity when he was here he joined the board.
"posied" Discussed on WLAC
"Yeah thick posied government waste an abuse of your liberties every day sean hannity is on the right now this is the sean hannity show this louie gohmert congressman from texas sitting in and we're thrilled that you're listening to us today i have is my guest now the president of the government accountability institute altar of clinton cash uh it he has a new column out in new york post calling for us officials to demand answers about hillary clinton confidant john podesta's ties to russia peter schweitzer glad to have you on the sean hannity show hey congressman thanks so much for having me i appreciate it well you your ears must have been burning win podesta and my friend maria i hope you would consider a spread but maria barter barter roma was getting into it and pedestrians basically saying jiang that she was just wrong she hitting ridiculous information and she was seemed to be taking pretty valid information did you see that or see a replay of that interview yes i did and you know look um i wish you peter i wish you could have been part of cut because i just knew the jury irs were burning you were just trumpeted the bits to jump in there and straighten john out well so now i'm looking forward to having you strike now the places where john was not being as honest as he perhaps should have been well listen a congressman i applaud maria barred romo for raising those issues fantastic y'all um and you know the the problem is the john podesta a week do uh and in some instances dishonest about his relationship with the russian government um you know she apple yet he said uh he didn't have any stock in russian company so go back interfax rate by roma said uh that's not true john we know you own five thousand shares you were on the board of julie zander you say it if you will you go on that's right um you know he what would sort of purpose we mis characterize what she said he did neither did it we crew ears the bottom line when john podesta in 2011 was part part of hillary clinton policy council after state department he was wasn't advisor we know.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Little bit in in also seen him pitch the was sam dyson has has changed in that clubhouse well i do have to say i haven't got to know very well 'cause here's here's required guy and he's not you know i think he's one i i think even i was in texas just a couple of days ago and even those folks they were saying well yeah you knock going to hear much from slam he was there for a few seasons and that's okay he got a very serious cata personality on the surface least but yeah i he's obviously this is what you do with the season's not going well and for the giants were huge chunk of this year certainly not gonna according to plan you take a few chances and this was the perfect the perfect chance to take just to see if you could get him going again 'cause 'cause we know this guy was one of the best relievers in the american league for a couple of years in a row as great stuff posied described his sinker is one of the best he's ever caught when he was with them in the world baseball classic now i know the world baseball classic team pitchers are are a little different than position players but this guy was the closure for team usa of all the guys they had that's the one they picked as their closer to just impossible to imagine things would have poorly as they did for him i think mixing in a slider every once in awhile has helped him a little bit and we've seen that pitch be effective at times mostly though for him he's got ninety seven with zinc and if it's at the bottom of the strike zone he's getting people out period and the alatas thinkers were up out over the middle with texas and whether it's dave righetti use helped him with a little mechanical week or just getting out of a a weird situation for him and take a deep breath and his step back the okay keep your eyes closed i wanna show you my first ever painting all right okay open your eyes so that's a colors and shape so veras what do you think well.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Posy they have got to have those guys out there so i i give him a pass a of good feedback today on the text slide five were no is goaldenboy buster posied god do you guys i batting average does not get any runs great defensively but come on you guys your fray we're not afraid to say anything if you listen to our program here of how many tides we said he's gotta put you know the lineup is not helping him get his rbis but he's got to hit with some power now he had a good may compared to june with a home runs but but still nobody's afraid to say anything against him i i i'll stick with i think if you're paying a guy that much money as grazie is defensively assure like to see his numbers go up and i think they would obviously if he played i base and had less stress on his body so it's it's as is the best player on the tv and and more to the point with more important the giants think he is the best player on their team they pay as such they treat him as such and therefore it is indispensable to what they do i mean that's that's why nobody has a real problem with it with the team it's the it look the objects the optics look bad it looked like what it was which was he wasn't endorsing the behavior and unfortunately he can't there it's all teams so he's got to he's got to be all in with his team and even if he doesn't endorse it he's got to make it look a little bit better just to avoid the criticism but as far as the end of the day do you want buster posy running out there and you know getting in between morrison some margin heartburn potentially going on the d element how bad would that be i am a deal for six mayes guarantee is same people that may be questioning posy for not doing more if he had broken his hand it'd be quite the wall i was it was your out there ars a win and if you just tuned in again world given our little scenarios and i agree i guess with mike mcfarland the old catcher.
"posied" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He's going gonna today off now it again and you basically give everybody else a little rest here and there floor as gets to play a little i guess play a little third you know raise gifts and step in for cabrera floors gets to step in for walker grandeson steps in for a couple the field is and it gives them a bench and then you basically just rotate a bunch of veteran guys that's the bottom line and play the guys that's all you do accept says but it's obviously plays no matter what i mean without any question he plays i mean that's not even issue ronnie joins us what's of running i am i don't what's up i want to get your take on embrace harper just curious if you think the law on the hip and he was annoyed that would have fails border i hit but unhurt and reaction was this guy i've taken this guy deep a couple of times and this has been waiting to throw it me for a year so that's the the think major league baseball's because you if the faith against round official you they also decided especially the regular dr i mean the career but look all you know oh awesome on your with the point is that the talking with them in well you know you're representing baseball will you know oh yeah this a baseball fight there's no big deal he got here reacted it's no big deal it could be any bigger than anything else the guy definitely throw them and there's some talk and this just is this might be rumored to make policy look better that strickland told posied to stay put because i want them so you know that evidently the the way this story went strickland felt that when hoffa home at all from he showed him up the gesture to woman took a lotta time to go around the bases and he showed them up so he's been waiting a plunk so that i mean so that's the but that's the story goes now who knows of uschina but you never see a catcher would pose either i mean poll that that's unbelievable indian move.
"posied" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The the question is is there fallout is there fallout from from guys who may think that you know what i don't care about your overall value or you're batting average you know one of your brothers out there getting you know getting attacked be out there defending am i don't care about what you're batting average is what you contribute i dunno if there's guys in that room that feel that way or if there's it's hey you know what posture is hitting three thirty in the rest of us are heading to twenty some of you guys who can't hit anything why don't you go out there and frozen bodies around i don't know what the overall prevailing sentiment is in that room but it's going to be interesting to find out because i do think these things tend to either bring a team together or if there is any controversy potentially could tear it apart i i don't know how much further the jasbi torn apart they're already there you know any playoff hopes they have or either done are totally dangling by very very thin string at this point is left his once again we're talking uh rail now we're not doing radio stick here so we pushed and shoved if you plated sports but here's a guy larry says posied proved yesterday that larry and i six five o would kick gerry imposes a straight fight you've got six five oh hey will allow we'll take some calls the down the road here kevin francis lee hammer productions we got kevin france and a next kevin of course had the uniform on he'll be able to give us a good day inside opinion hate schuman at the top of the hour on these sports later twenty four we do any.
"posied" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"What if i accidentally hit you and you take about a new have to do an accidental hit like our something like that you announced an accident can each year wa yeah like a hat tip really under something here politics yep i can't wait to get the commissioner on and say police got an idea for you commissioner sarcastic but yeah yes we levin will you give any credence to this policing the game themselves the trend of overcelebrating home runs the one way to deal with it is there anything to that sort of justin ill old school justice any part of that i can't i drive you off the plate why do i have to hit you to give you a message here and it if you're going to if somebody's going to take you deep now did harper stand and watch it he didn't know if it was gonna be fair fell on on one of those home runs he didn't know it was fair foul now you can say he run it out but now i get to hit you hey i you i gave up a home run i give up to home runs in you watch them i'm gonna hit you now i just find that cowardly you can get your message by throwing inside i have no problem with that inter part of the plate you won't just as much as the hit does yeah frency i'll seems like they'll be like investment someone dunks on you and embarrassing next time up the court you can put your elbow it is throat the next time is about to take a shot in a similar situation because they just want to get back at him but muster posied did not look good at out of these out of rice harper and hunter strickland didn't look as bad as buster posied did and and i know.
"posied" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Baseball on espn radio on the home habit a second at att park one nothing washington over the giants buster posthebron acropper adjusted rujiono do the i voted a giant tickets tanner roark homer for ryan zimmerman for the games laura muster posies steps it at three thirty three seven home runs all solo homers this year india's ribbon in just eleven righthanded batter is a row arc fire is a fast bowler there for his right and that's what's alarming were approach in june he only has eleven runs batted and he's hitting two thirty he's hitting three thirty three why don't roark the onestrike pitch and posy laysoff a slider down it away bond it is dry could pose e was right now over his last eleven it just three for his last twenty five the one one pitch posy gets under a pop up that apply it off to the right wanted of the giants catcher who won his first gold love last year the twenty twelve national league mvp the motion for roark the one to and he takes inside fastball at ninety pretender roark in its two two what was he was not struck out his last fifty five bats and posied drive this would deepen faldo the rightsided peels off into the crowd as one thing buster posy since the day got called up he always gave you a good atbat whether it's leading off in any or there's a runoff second base he's always been a tough out and it's far away the longest active streak going in baseball at posy takes snyder down it away for count also careerbest proposing in terms of atbats without a strike for counted jose leading off the hope second the motion for roark and the pitch and poseican sobat flying any strikes out at randy crawford the ondeck circle had to duck is that what helicoptering over toward the giants on deck circle in the day of social media i'm sure allow you fans out there are going to get a chance to see what has happened buster posing swung and missed the bat when flying in almost decapitated crawford able to just barely get out of the way so it's a strikeout proposing that ends that run and there's one god and a home second and now it's brady crawford life pasic before with at bat barreling toward him and he objects old if crawford was asleep he's awake now three strikeout to the i four batters.