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"susan grey" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

07:59 min | 4 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Today's red neck news. This is from clayton wisconsin. Where the cops. They pulled over this car a super sweet toyota corolla noise which stood out like a sore thumb. And not because tell old or the driver was acting all crazy driving crazy and not the case but because the driver this fellow named mathew schmidt was transporting a snowmobile sideways on the roof of the corolla when the cops asked him. What are you thinking man. Said he was just trying to get it over to his buddies house. What's the big deal. I can have fun now. He was given a warning unsafe hauling now but he was cited for not wearing a seat belt and the car was even registered to him. No bought it last year but still hadn't gotten around transferring the title too busy by snowmobiles. Here's a picture. I'm bigger than the court always five couches before. It's i'm sure he's safe. You just drive separately and didn't register the car because taxes and feeds money from clayton. Wisconsin is who got busted transporting a snowmobile on the roof of a super sweet mid-nineties toyota. Corolla by looks like when you see an aunt carrying bread crumbs on our facebook. Facebook dot com slash. The woody show that days red neck break more willing shows next thing ooh show. We've made it into another new. Our insensitivity training for a politically correct world is wednesday. Morning is november fourth twenty twenty. What up we are the woody show your name is that is raving. Yeah that's greg gory. Menace our social media director. What is up with bass this year. Fake news dot camera morning would phones are open. Eight seven seven forty four. What he. that's eight seven seven forty four. What in fact if you wanna give us a call right now we're gonna play. The craigslist price is right. All right so you guys can win some stuff. Eight seven zero eight seven. Seven forty four woody. Also this hour rate is going to tell us what's on the radar in the world of entertainment and sports. I let me tell you how the craigslist prices right works in our research for the freak of the week. We always check in on different sections on craigslist. Because every once in a while you'll find some freak of the week where the stuff in the four sale section like. I'm selling my wife's high heels. Yay picture her wearing that. Come over right every once in a while. So you're resistible while we're there. We find some weird odd random thing so i print out the ones that i think would be good for the segment and then i have a big old stack of those right here in front of me and then what happens. Is i start flipping through them you on the phone. Tell me one. Stop whichever one it lands on. I tell you a little bit about that item. That i asked somebody here in the studio to give me a bid on how much they think that item is selling for. And then you on the phone gotta do is tell me is the actual craigslist price higher or lower than the bid that was given here in the studio. And if you're right you win again if you wanna play eight. Seven seven forty four. That's eight seven seven forty four. What he let's play the craigslist is right to the phones. And say hello to our first contestant. Let's go to kristen. Hey good morning. Kristin kristin ornate. Are you ready to play and okay. I am flipping through the ads. You say stop whenever you are ready. All right greg gory. Yes that's how you start a loss. No gary greg likes to entertain badly. He likes to You know put out different things when people come over absolutely appetizer. Chartering whatnot appetizers rule. So this is the The colors gonna work for you graduates. Mid-century pink and white lazy susan set lazy season feeling miramar of california pottery pink and white lazy susan set from the nineteen fifty table top lazy. So are you a fan of the table. Lazy susan grey in a restaurant setting. Yes at home about the patio. I like it of it. It's sort of for the lazy fat person. Rice spin me over the flu. You have a roundtable. it's seats twelve. Sure it's very beautiful mid-century pink and white ceramic miramar of california pottery lazy susan set. There are two pink in to white curve dishes that surround the center. Pink limited ball. The center ball has long gated reptile. Like handle on the left and the centre ball is numbered. One of three of that means anything to limit overall the season. Good used vintage condition. Let me show you a picture. It's hideous us pretty bad. What's all the greens and the paints and the browns era. I don't know just because it was the fifties you liked ugly sense. What do you think greg. how much because it's vintage. Let's go with sixty dollars. Sixty bucks sorry. So what do you think christmas. The actual craigslist price higher or lower than sixty dollars just due to the time period. I'm gonna go tired. Higher actual craigslist price is forty dollar Sorry about that would show. Yeah hon hai by gory. Let's jordan eight seven seven. Forty four. what he's to behave. What's up high george for doing great. I'm flipping through the ads. You say stop whenever you are ready all right. How about Rabi for sale on craigslist star. Wars nineteen seventy-eight snuggle tooth original action figure high-grade blue snuggle tooth. No silver paint missing off the boots either. A amateur the The picture okay okay. So it's just they're not any kind of packaging dacha. Just one of the guys from the the dr geno face not gonna push by the right. How much hundred bucks. One hundred bucks george. Do you think the actual craigslist prices higher lower than one hundred dollars a higher. No time wasted on that show where george. The actual craigslist price is one hundred and forty dollars trying to loose outside the box eh. Congratulations george you are a winner. Thanks felicita the show man. We appreciate it george. Awesome hang on just a ball of fire. He's just waking up how we do it. Let's go to zach. Hey good morning good morning. Good morning all right. So play the craigslist price. Right i in flipping through the ads. You say stop whenever you are ready sea bass. Let's do this for sale on craigslist girlfriends used panties and pantyhose rape quick. Show rayvey something.

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"susan grey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Me, Jamie Benson, Sarah Cook, Ellie Watson, Zoe Poindexter and Jake Rosen. CBS and production by Eric Susan. Grey Seekers and Daniel People's Follow US on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at takeout podcast that's at stake outs, podcast and form or go to take out podcast dot com. Thie taken is a production of CBS Audio. Do you check your Google search results regularly. You should people often get their first impression of you or your business Online. Negative comments on the Internet can impact your life and your livelihood. Take control of your online reputation. Get your free reputation. Report card at reputation. Defender dot com It may reveal negative posts from an ex employee upset patient or client news article legal issue or even exposed personal information right there in your Google search results uncover What's lurking on the Internet about you with reputation, defender DOT coms, patented scan and get your free Reputation Report card or for immediate assistance with your reputation call 800 for a 1 66 81 are cutting edge technology helps make your Google search results Look their best call 804 01 66 81 That's 800 for a 1 66 81 804 01 66 81 or take the free scan at reputation defender dot com with the new Phone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, You rule. It's the most affordable iPhone on the number one Brandon Prepaid, whether you're studying online or feast dining Hey, Mom fighter, the iPhone. ISI has all you need which to Metro and get the iPhone ISI for 99 99 after.

"susan grey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Is produced by Arden for me, Jamie Benson, Sarah Cook, Ellie Watson, Zoe Poindexter and Jake Rosen, CBS and production by Eric Susan. Grey Seekers and Daniel People's Follow US on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at takeout podcast That's at takeout podcast, and, for more go to take out podcast dot com Taken is a production of CBS Audio. If you have an unpaid debt to the IRS that you can't pay. Please hear this special notice, especially approved IRS relief programs designed to a delinquent taxpayers are now in effect that can significantly improve your financial situation. Depending on your circumstances. You may qualify to have your tax problem resolved in your favor and may even have your back taxes reduced by thousands or eliminated entirely. A relief hotline has been established by community tax for you to call and see if you qualify. Why at 803 05 67 62. If you owe the IRS back taxes that you can't afford to pay. Don't let the IRS trick you into thinking you have no way out. Our highly accredited tax professionals will let you know what you qualify for and how much you can save We may be able to stop all leans garnishment levees and save you Thousands call and see if you qualify for this taxpayer relief at 803 05 67 62 That's 803 05 67 62 Love is completely trusted. Captain speaking. The Flying lock Spence can help. But before we take off, here's a little secret of flying locksmiths could do more than fix broken lines. It was on a door. They've got it. They've installed confidence with all inclusive security since 1946 full door replacements, crash bars and all door related hardware turbulence free first class service makes the.

"susan grey" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"So throughout all of this, you've got your your daughter and what was happening at the time when I did you always want to be a mom from when you were young? I was you know quite ambitious I Had this amazing idea that I wanted to. Do the party plan, which is sort of like Tupperware for those that don't know. How that was twenty one when that twenty one yet and I remember walking down the long corridor. And going into the boardroom to Susan Grey suited men about my idea. And actually one board member stood up through his pen on the table and said, well, this going to work is it women on even interested in sex? So on glad who those living victim, wrong. Yeah and some yeah and of course, it just took off and it was just amazing I mean you. To have a business that's growing twenty percent a year to a point where I had to stop advertising because I literally couldn't cope with the the rate in which we bring in all the teething problems that went with it. So it's been quite phenomenon and. There was all the challenges that went with doing something. So different. You know court coach changing. All I really ever wanted to do with empower women in the bedroom so much stigma at the time and I, think the fact that it was always for Women Only Major made a huge difference in sort of created this almost. Almost like a female institution. Yeah. I, know because even now stores you know eighty percent of our customers women. Yeah. so He's been a fantastic journey for me. Fantastic but not without its. And Eighty percent of the customers, a female for the fans this. Okay. But when you were young when the company was that the point you were twenty one and walking into boardroom, what was the split van? Os Ten percent ten percent. You know it was a very male dominated environment go into the stores and. You know it was the raincoat brigade that we in the stores yet was just totally different. You know it's I guess one of the things on most proud of actually is the way it's changed so much. Oh, it's a massive massive shift I. Mean. It's OK from women being object to being actually the customer. Equally underestimate what massive delays especially when we're not talking about. The shots were talking about massive. You know something that everybody sees in the radio now High Street Brian this is something that's widespread in every in every town. Yeah. We have over one, hundred, hundred stores we had one hundred and forty stores are. when I think back, you know I've been arrested twice of had a bullet through the post when I tried to open a store in Ireland. and how difficult that was then and then in twenty sixteen I think it was odd received. A CB from the Queen I'm thinking Gosh journey you know and you can't help yourself but look back and think how it was to what is light. Now I know what just of conflict for me is when you were twenty one, what was your role in because you've been working in the company from your teenage well I did some work experience I mean I thought that was working in the company he had full stores and it was mainly a publishing business. Then I had no intention of staying as I said, it was a very male dominated business. On. I was just doing some work experience Michael invited to and for those listeners will remember PD party it was like..

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"susan grey" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"We said if somebody put up a bunch of slime A bunch of these horrible kinds of things about Children dying in the light. This would give legal protection to the fight. They take down the slime. And that was the other part of Section 2 32 30 had a sword and a shield. A shield for the little guy who was dreaming about a good idea and a sword so that that small website or blawg could say That stuff is just garbage and slime, and we're taking it down. Does the sword need to be larger and sharper these days? Well, I get lots of ideas. Uh, coming in on this issue, And the measure really is because the first Amendment and speech really is so important for the little guy in the Big guy's Facebook and all these big guys. They can monetize anything. In fact, they've always been sympathetic, even curtailing. Section 2 30 They back the bill says to foster that would did it because they already made it. They drop the drawbridge. So the test The future is well, little guys still be able to speak out. Be able to use those free speech provisions and what we keep The ability to moderate what goes on in those platforms to take down the slime. I will tell you. I haven't seen Bill yet. It does both of those things. And just for those who want to follow up on this conversation, Section 2 30 is from the Communications Decency Act Minute, 45 lesson left in this segment, Senator Quickly. Your assessment of the four executive orders last week from the president on, he says, reducing prescription drug prices. Will they be effective? Is that the right approach? I think it's basically snake oil and If the president was serious about working with us, you know, he'd do two things one he support lifting the restrictions so that Medicare could negotiate. And second, he would really get out there roll up its sleeves for the idea of taking away subsidies from the pharmaceutical companies when they raise prices more than inflation, particularly on drugs like insulin drugs. Does he have any power through this executive order to do any of the things he's describing? My sense is that they're probably some opportunities. But you know, at the end of the day, he really isn't willing to roll up his sleeves. For example, he wants to Kind of cut rebates and things to companies. But then when you say, how are you gonna do it so that it really lowers the prices for people at the park? Missy window? He just takes the pass. That is the voice of Senator Ron Wyden, senior senator from the state of Oregon, is also the ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee. For those in the radio audience, We have to bid you a do that means all the great radio stations around the country seriously, except POTUS Channel 1 24 I think he was always for finding us those on the podcast on CBS and stay tuned for the takeout out. Take a special takeout is produced by Arden for me. Jamie Benson, Sarah Cook, Ellie Watson, Zoe Poindexter and Jake Rosen, CBS and production by Eric Susan Grey Seekers and Daniel.

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"susan grey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And stay tuned for the takeout out. Take a special takeout is produced by Arden for me, Jamie Benson, Sarah Cook, Ellie Watson, Zoe Poindexter and Jake Frozen CBS and production by Eric Susan. Grey Seekers and Daniel People's Follow US on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at takeout podcast that's at takeout podcast and form or go to take out podcast dot com. A cow is a production of CBS Audio. CBS NEWS Complete coverage in full analysis ofthe Campaign. 2020. America decides on CBS CBS News APP. Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French, Spanish Russian? I thought it would be too difficult and time consuming, then go to babble dot com and try it for free. Battle works because it's built around really life. It teaches you everyday practical conversations that you will actually use in 15 minutes a day, You'll be on your way to speaking in new language. In just a few weeks, Babble uses a modern conversation based technique that makes language engaging, fun and memorable. It starts by teaching you words and phrases, then sentences gradually get more complex. Soon. You're practicing short conversations about real life topics. Battle is created by language experts who used the space rapid Jin method to help you work quickly and remember what you learned with babble you, Khun speak a new language babble language for life. Now try babble for free. Just go to babble dot com and start learning a new language. Today. That's babble dot com b A b b.

"susan grey" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

"Book is building a huge undersea cable around Africa to increase the continents internet connectivity Walmart unveils a pro version of its budget Android tablets. These are I've never tried these tablets at all. So I don't I can't really offer any observation about their efficacy. I haven't tried em, either now not know however price point is $99 and $129. They that's amazing. It's really good for an Android tablet. We also saw a virtual Museum and Gallery exhibitions wage again. These are the resources that are made available for free to those of us who are teaching and learning from home. We also saw a number of articles about virtual reality applications the most interesting of which you and I were talking before is the app spatial which is m a v our meeting app so that you can put on your Oculus Quest and you can pop into a virtual VR meeting kind of like if Zoom were in fact VR. It's it's an interesting idea. Apple also has updated its schoolwork app to help teachers manage remote instruction, which are very interesting fact recommended read in this area is guide to video conference Services by Allen Saint John for Consumer Reports. Most of us are familiar with Consumer Reports. It's typically a consumer Advocate testing agency. They look at appliances automobiles, really everything electronics and they they have put together a really good guide to videos. Conference Services quite comprehensive. So we recommend that number for is the only Trend that changed from last episode and the trend for this episode and not the number four slot is choice schools reopening in the fall. There were a great many articles about reopening schools both K-12 schools and u s public universities we so mostly about us universities changes in US Campus Life exploration of hybrid courses us education department as actually extended its online education flexibilities through the rest of this year all the way to December 31st. And also turning the Springs remote instruction into high-quality online instruction, which is something again Tim you and I had predicted early on we're now at the point where we're discussing. Okay, we've made it through this sort of panic situation and we went into lock-down and we taught as best we could but now that we had that experience and we the largest number of choice and professors. How do we do it even better the next time how do we do it? Well, not just how do we do it by the seat of our pants, but how do we do it with planning and care and and making it a real high-quality experience for everybody are recommended read in this area is educause covid-19 quick poll results fall planning for Education student support by Susan Gray Jack for educause review now, they're quick polls in educause are just that their polls that are that are presented to a large dog..

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"susan grey" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on The Takeout

"They're issuing their citizens immunity cards if they test negative. So that's a first step but as you and I both know testing negative in you know in. May doesn't mean you haven't caught it in June when you're ready to travel so they're going to have to come up with a protocol that is much more real time and one that's internationally accredited and accepted or what work but you can count on it coming. It's GonNa Happen. It will be akin to a passport. It'll be an addition to the passport. Yeah I mean it'll be it'll be like the health equivalent of that you'll have it tucked in there. They'll be some means by which you establish your healthfulness before you're allowed to travel internationally. Sure I might even do it as a micro chip in your past the way. They're doing a lot of new passports now. The real question is how up-to-date Kennedy be to actually be effective in telling somebody that you know. You're okay anything else in this world that you know so much about that. We haven't covered that you're eager to tell my audience about finding a place to go so I can go there i. This is the week I've been in my apartment here in New York. It's the longest journey time spent anywhere since I'm seventeen so major what I've done and maybe somebody else would like to do this as well because it works. I you just mentioned passport. I've created my own new passport and what I do. Is I stamp? At every time they go from the bedroom to the living room. It makes you feel better. Is there an official involved in that stamping or do you just do? My wife does that but the problem. Okay that's a subject for an entirely. Different podcast Peter. Greenburg I guarantee you that I can't thank you enough for all of this knowledge. And it's an evolving conversation. We will do this again. Thank you so much and be. Well be safe and enjoy those travels from one room now. All right thanks for your takeout is produced by Arden. Fani Jamie Benson Sarah Alley Watson Zoe. Poindexter and Jake Rosen. Cbs End Production by Susan Gray seekers and Daniel People's follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram takeout. Podcast that's at takeouts podcast and for more go to takeout. Podcast DOT COM. The takeout is a production of CBS audio..

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"susan grey" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Native America Calling

"In the voice on their track is here with us today. Any Humphrey in any would've beautiful song and how interesting some of those lyrics are reflecting the times that we are in. It's also Earth Day and just want to give you a moment to just kind of reflect on some of what we heard in there and and really perked up when I heard the giant. Go ahead right. There's you know the way we do. There's a lot of prophecy in the song about the giant standing off in training over and Lang that down and fire and and water are gonNA battle and you know and everything's happening. Our weather patterns are really Strange in the storms were heading in Minnesota or been you know just powerful storms and The there's you know we have a lot of Direction that were given to us from you know the old stories and my mom's a story teller and that's why you know even at the end where are we. You know we find our waste your stories and they they teach us Are you know they us have a better journey? In those stories they hold a lot of wealth and your mom is of wonderful. Storyteller have always enjoyed her work. You know what I got a caller who would like to talk with you. And we're GONNA say hi. Susan in Hayward Wisconsin tuned in on W. O. J. B. Susan. Thank you for calling year-on-year good afternoon Anne. I don't also remember me. But over twenty years ago we booked you in a concert with toyed. Westerman and some of the all time folks at Likud array doing honor the Earth Powell. And I believe you brought your mom with you doing that. times you were with us and I just continue to be captivated by your music. I really thank you for what you do out there in the country. Now I know that many of our tribes or Ojibwa tribes spent many years litigating treaty rights. And I love your. Your album is really appropriate in terms of responsibilities and maintaining our legends and maintaining our culture and the way that we live at people throughout Indian country but particularly when it comes time to taking what we kill an eating it not anything you know that is very appropriate for our role as Indian people to take care of the environment as well which well Susan Grey to hear from you there in Hayward Wisconsin any given moment just to reflect on Susan. Susan's words in you know if you want to share some words with any you can. She is our April music maker. She'll be here with the FULA she'll be here with us the full hour and wall so be giving you more of her songs if you're just meeting her for the first time. Go ahead and dial in and Taylor which you think about the sound that rests on. Eat what you kill. Her latest album phone lines are open. We're life give us a ring. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight is the number and any musicians out there and and you WanNa talk shop you can. You can call in to one eight hundred nine nine native with billions of dollars in aid money available. Tribes are grateful for the relief but some are also frustrated. Some tribes are expressing concerns about how those funds are divided up on the next native America. Calling we'll learn more about the eight billion dollars tribes in the cares.

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"susan grey" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

14:42 min | 11 months ago

"susan grey" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"Lightfoot. So welcome daisy thing. We've been trying to do this for a minute so excited to have you I I met you. I feel like I was sending COMECON. Twenty nineteen or twenty eighteen when I was interviewing you for black. Panthers quests with James Mathis is that I think that's why I met. Yeah that was the first time thousand amazing and I wasn't. It was like everybody. I think it was two thousand eighteen. Because everybody's so hyped over Black Panther and so many things happen that year. I keep telling everybody that Black Panther and Into this fight ever happened in the same year and nobody believes me Right right did you know that you this was even a thing to do when you were going up or did you just want to act. Did you know that from an early age? No I totally wanted to act. I had no idea that voice over was even a thing. Obviously watch a lot of cartoons Saturday morning you know. Cool cool stuff. I literally Had No idea that this was a thing and then when I came out to La for acting It was just like something I fell into. Which is such a cliche thing to say. But it literally was something that I started doing. And it kind of kicked off And jumped off the ground a little bit and here we are. This is a nice place to land though it really is. I think it was a few days ago that I was sort of like just double checking my notes for this interview. And he dawned on me that weight. Susan Grey's anatomy editor John Doe that I remember your character and I didn't just didn't put together because in my mind your Suri Me Too at this point. How did that come about let? Let's just go back to gray's really quick like when you found out you were going to be on this amazing show. How long had you been acting? I had been acting probably like Ev. In eight years I had done smaller things in between but like I was such a dirt for for grace and I probably know more about grace. I should really but listen. I'm fanatic So I was completely geeked out when I found out I was going to be on the show. It was like. Oh my God I don't know what to do with myself Gain my composure. Cool cool I actually got a chance to interview for something else completely. Jerick Hinton And it's funny because she's yes. She's also graze alum. She's coming up. She's about to start Well I'm sure she shooting in already Hunters and it's so it's so nice to see a lot of the desist from sean to land landing another plate right. That's that's the Goldman. Yeah so what was Where did where did you grow up? We talked about like comics in an sorry. You talked about animation. And watching cartoons. Where was that happening so Virginia? But I'm like a military kid so grew up all over the place But then kind of remember everything from Virginia. That's like my. I think every military kid kind of has to choose a home at some point Virginia was just that spot for me. it always has felt like home. And that's that's the place where you know. Some of my family's still is and yeah those for me. Dnb So what was your first And I'm sure like you said you've been acting for seven or eight years. What was your first acting Gig? Paid Acting GIG. Even it was commercial our House Mall. Okay so kids okay. Talk Short film was And literally I think without going into too much detail. The main character was a fly with a giant flying And I was a gymnast and yeah so I kind of they were asking for skills. I was like great. I can be a gymnast and actress. Sure so hot that and that was my first GIG The way we're way you're basically gymnastic fly. I'm confused so I would not fly and I was just the gymnasts in this one so good at some point. I'll be a fly it'll be it would be great But this one I was just the gymnast and kind of a classmate of the of the kid who was becoming a fly. It's all very very cinematic. but Yeah it was something where I came out to. La For Two weeks and literally book that job within those two weeks and then I was like well I could say for pilot season with my mom at time teen. Oh Wow. He started very young I did. I did And then I asked my mom if we can say for pilots season and we haven't been back to Virginia to live sense. Why did you decide to understand for voice over work or was like an agent or a manager's decision honestly it was my age they submitted me on a show and I got a call? That was my first ever view addition and then I got a call back where I went all the way to producers on the first one and they were like I smelled opportunity So we just we gotta just kept going on that train and and it it. It kicked off from there. That means you're doing some voice over work before gray's right. Oh Yeah Oh Wow okay. So what was what was your first paid voiceover Gig. I paid. Voiceover GIG was four Tamagotchi. Actually yeah I know I can never keep those damn things alive. Yes I know Salva Guy. Literally don't think any of US could but I'm the one giving you all the extra instructions. Wow so you're the voice over saying like you know this is how you take care of it and don't forget to water it yet. Wow things you wherever you hear a voice. Somebody'S GETTING PAID. No literally keep listening exactly. Yeah had you done work for marvel before before you got the role of Sherry on? Panthers Quest No that was my first one personally with my goodness and then did you find out when like before or after the movie had dropped like the the live actually before actually so. Yeah we ran. He's in before the movie came out and then but you couldn't talk about it. No nothing nothing at all. That's the part that makes you crazy. Amazing thing and everybody's like getting hyped about Black Panther and you're like I didn't to read like something else is coming to stay tuned. How nerve wracking was that process. Getting the Roller Sherry It was nerve wracking when I figured out what we were actually doing. Because with the Oh it's so funny like especially with Like companies like marvel. It will be so hush hush it'll like the project title will be something like food and you'll be like great. It's you know whatever this is. Whatever spoon is shirt will be fantastic But you're not thinking like Oh my God. This is like a marble so I'm going in for some random things Going to record and actually Did A homer for this. So this was something that I do with my own equipment from my house for the initial audition And I just emailed in like I would any other audition in the my agent was like. Yeah they're asking if you can do a little tweak to the age of the character I'm like okay. Yeah sure. Younger younger is never knew So I did it again. And they were like great great and I didn't hear anything for a while and then they were like well. Let's just you know. Keep our fingers crossed. 'cause it's remarkable and I was like wait. What what you like to say that you love you guys should read with that. Like exactly verbiage please. But no and then randomly. I like maybe not even a month later. It was like he was booking And they told me what it was for like. I literally fell to the floor. I mean I literally remember falling to the floor like wait. This is not happy like I think so. Much like work ward something like. You're just honestly always trying to make sure that you're the best that you can be intriguing every edition like it. Is this huge project You know I think that's what it takes and so so for me to find out. Then that's what this is four. I was like Oh wow I mean cool. Cool here we go. I know that marvel can be kinda secretive about their scripts and stuff. So did you have to like go to the studios and like go and Redo all your lines and like a secret vault and scanned on your way in pretty chipper. Who is somebody who wrote a Spiderman? Book? I did an interview with her Another episode and she was like Yeah. I got to see the news smarter man movie but in of all a California and they took my laptop and no literally like your phone off. Don't bother Coming in with anything valuable no No actually so so for the recording. it's nothing too crazy like you just kind of you know get buzzed in which is fine But it was so funny. We actually so like. I said we finished recording before the film actually came out so we were Trying to align as far as story goes trying to line with The film in certain ways So I just remember. Remember one day pages being brought in and we were like what is it was kind of super super. We were all very super delicate with it and we were like what is this. And they're like these are the redacted pages from the film we got maybe like repackages. You think it's like a CIA CIA documentary like wow like blacked out. Some things were blacked out and some things weren't like very few things where able to read and we were like So this is this is. This is what we have to go. Luckily our writers are incredible So you know we had our own story regardless but it was. It was just so funny to see like it was literally like a CIA document. That's hilarious. Yeah because they just they didn't want like the actual storyline to get out so when you went to see the movie did you. Were you able to put together some of the pages that you saw? Oh totally yeah. I was like okay. I see why they didn't want this Floating around everywhere Yeah no absolutely you put you into together Like I did immediately. I was like got it added. That's awesome so how many episodes have Did you do of pants? Quest was twenty two now are they. Are they gearing up to do another series when the when the next Movie jobs like do you have like a three three season deal. Listen if only I if I had any clue I would absolutely tell you but I think the way that things are going right now with A lot of these companies. It's just so up in the air and so it's like we don't know until they're like. Hey we have something for you So yeah not not yet. I don't know I don't have an answer to that yet but I'll let you know students find out the that's okay because Disney plus is a fake and sure can have her own show there while we're waiting so I'd probably that God hears I'm ready so so what. How much fun has it been playing? Opposite James Mathis third as as Black Panther rest literally been a dream come true and I didn't. I didn't know him before I didn't next to him every week and was able to really bounce off of him. He's such like an incredible talent. Incredible Person Incredible Dad. Like you. Just come in and you. You're you're instantly at home So definitely grateful to be working alongside of him and it was just like an immediate connection like is he just got it. You know That brother sister dynamic was so easy to just kind of fall into We worked the accident numbers. The you know the first day that we were recording together and it was consistent. We never had to worry about like any any mishaps or anything like that. It was just super professional super cool. Yeah I that's what I meant to ask you. Did you do the Chevy worked for the dialogue coach? Because I'm going to ask you. Did you have somebody who was sort of like a Zimababwean? It sounds almost like a South African quite African accent. But did you have a dialogue coach? That was in there with you. Oh yes and that we kinda came up with together based on a few different mixes of African dialects. But yeah that's literally so when we first started it really aligned. Pretty closely It's just kind of cheating some things so that it makes A little more sense or sound a little more clear for a younger audience Yeah no no coach. We just kind of work that accent together. How tough is it doing accent? And have you done accents for other characters Yeah I I've done a few accents before Few African dialects before as well I.

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"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

"Harborview Susan gray with harbour views as the nine year old with a bullet wound to his leg is surrounded by loved ones and doing well I'm gonna go visit with the families that families got a lot of support around him so you know I think children are resilient they go through a lot but I think what we worry most about is just the trauma from the event a thirty two year old man also shot in the leg is in satisfactory condition a fifty five year old woman is in serious condition shot in the abdomen but that's an improvement over yesterday and to call police say they've increased their patrols near stadium high school after two different crimes were committed against students last week one student was robbed a second in an unrelated case was nearly robbed an attempted robbery there's now more of a police presence near right park and students are being urged to be very aware of their surroundings and to walk in pairs the one is time to thirty four time for an update on traffic here's marina rock injure it's getting rough out there and particularly slow in fact bumper to bumper slow southbound I. five from eighty fifth into Seattle to about pine southbound four of five is also parking lot from five twenty through Bellevue down to a hundred and twelfth in new castle for about four or five struggling for the valley freeway after sunset and south on heavy out of Renton down three south center south on I five heavy through the south area to two hundred we're seeing slowdowns now starting to really stand southbound I. five from the appears king county line through five down towards the P. wallet forever this is a traffic is brought to you by ruby Tuesday for heroes are back at ruby Tuesday fresh grilled veggie shrimp and chicken fajitas for only seven ninety nine players that make a meal feel like a fiesta your next how much traffic at two forty four weather today from meteorologist Kristyn Clarke well are you tired of the rain yet looking a more rounds of rain to come between now and the weekend at least the heaviest rain will be winding down by Friday still some nuisance showers out there ten.

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"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news coming up on come on news after a BC they were not to shooting suspect in last night includes a look a little less traffic and weather every ten minutes on the floors come on his time two thirty continuing the Senate impeachment trial senator John Charlie Missouri Republican during a break in the action says president trump had a right to ask you crane for an investigation about whether a gas company there was corrupt you can't have it both ways either Bridgman was a source of corruption and needed to be investigated for it wasn't for the house managers have worked themselves in the awkward position of trying to have it both ways lead house impeachment manager Adam Schiff a California Democrat asking senators it if there wasn't anything wrong with president trump's phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart then why did the White House try to hide it by putting the call record on a system for highly classified information if they were really interested in corruption if this was about corruption visit nothing to do with the president's reelection campaign Biden was merely an interesting coincidence why did they bury the record opening statements continuing with continuing coverage impeachment trial of president trump chucks Iverson ABC news news one thousand have been ninety seven seven good afternoon come on it's time to thirty one Taylor band size with the top stories in the commode twenty four seven news center one day after the gunfire in downtown Seattle we're hearing for mayor Jenny Durkin and police chief Carmen best who promises action we have a situation here we really need to focus our efforts on this downtown core for the shootings at that are occurring we can have another press conference we're talking about one person dead and seven other people injured in our downtown core almost Jeff Pojulu was at the briefing and he joins us live now with the latest well one of the big things daily there were three shooters and last but not to the left what one night it turns out one of the seven people that were wounded and taken to Harborview was also one of the shooters that person has now been arrested and booked into jail for felon in possession of a firearm among a number of other charges of course one person was killed seven others including one of the gunmen injured last night in that shooting at third and pine as far as what's happening next comment back in may or June I can say that they will continue with the emphasis patrol they will deploy more officers down around this area in the pipeline corridor in there would be cute movie precinct offices of those mobile there you see from Seattle police will be deployed in the area until further notice is it is far as the prosecution of the individuals that are still at large sixty five the rest between the two of them thirty five convictions police did not know where they are yeah they're they're looking into more of their criminal history and trying to find out why these two had guns when they weren't supposed to find a downtown yeah hello to accompany you thank you governor Jay Inslee also issuing a statement about the shooting saying quote I am horrified and dismayed to hear about the shooting in Seattle we grieve for the one individual confirmed dead in the shooting and was a full and speedy recovery to those who were injured the two suspects in the shooting are have been announced and police are asking the public to call nine one one with any information on the pair they're identified as twenty four year old marquees Tolbert and twenty four year old William Toliver both men with long criminal histories as Jeff mentioned police say that the the three suspects in total one of which was arrested that were responsible for the hail of bullets that hit eight people killing one woman on the street sending seven people to Harborview Susan gray with harbour views as the nine year old with a bullet wound to his leg is surrounded by loved ones and doing well I'm gonna go visit with the families that families got a lot.

"susan grey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"This part if you don't want to. But how is it is it everything? Of course, it's everything in more than you ever expected it to be. But did you imagine it would take you that long? Right. The book and then all the processes in things in the flow in the editing, that has to go along with it. Yeah, it's a completely different world. And so as a veterinarian, I understand how that works really well, I know how a gets to be guesses. He gets to be and so start on this new adventure with writing a book, it was just like stepping into a different world, really. It was it was sort of like speaking. The language but I didn't even speak. And so that in itself, a times was just so exciting and then at other times, so frustrating because I didn't always understand what the next step was. And it was kinda like beginning again. Right. From the start of being at school for the day, but in a completely different arena. So, yeah, it was it was an amazing journey. Definitely the number of times. I ended up writing the book with probably four or five at least it just going through the edits and all the changes and the book that started out in the very beginning PECH, where it is now is a completely different animal. It's a completely different thing. But it's the thing that I'm really proud of. And it's something that I really believe in, and so we'll be ups and downs along the way with I would try to think of it as making everything, stronger ultimately. Plus get spent on it. That's it. That's it, you know, in your right? You know, the process you for my listeners. They've heard this for me thousand times. It's, it's very exciting but it's very time consuming, and it is examining ups and downs. I mean, you're yet come up with a great idea. And then you've got us pitch it and sell it, you know, or or find an agent to do that for you. And then you get somebody to say, okay. Yeah, we'll publish that but, you know, you've got to change this gotta do that, about the different title in, by the way, can we get it in, like three months, and you say, no more time? And then you get them the whole manuscript. And then all of a sudden you think, well, I'm done. I'll have to pick a cover get go. It's like, no, we need to rework it. We redo the thing. So it really isn't extreme. Roller coaster is so exciting when it's done though. I would imagine that you health road. You are about having it out there. Yes. I mean it seemed they would definitely points along the journey that I felt I was never going to get to that. And it would definitely places where I felt like I was so deep in the hole that I was never gonna come out and see the daylight again and actually book the finished thing. But it did it, you know, and so many people told me that to along the way when I was sort of, you know, despairing over the fact that the book was never gonna get written on that was never going to get through, this really tough pot of writing, and, and something kind of figures itself out. It's sort of amazing that way. But yeah, it's yeah. Writing a book is very difficult thing to do, even when you know what you want, you think you know what you wanna ride, and you have it all set out. I think when it actually comes down to it and sit in front of that blank page that blank screen, they have today. And having to fill it is can be intimidating sometimes. Yeah. Absolutely. But once you have it in at least for me, I tend to find a rhythm, you know, once I get a rhythm going, then I just go after it getting started the challenge for me. And I think you're what you've mentioned earlier, having deadlines is always a good idea because that's sort of how I made it barely through university is knowing that there is a deadline on something. So I had to get it done. Yes. So as a writer in put together this book or anything else, you're writing, how is your process, are you one of those that get up at five in the morning, start hammering away at something because you had to go into into the clinic, a little bit later or is it more of your late night person is it wanna get five thousand words done, no matter what before he leaves this desk? How's your process? I tried various processes. I'm not sure if nailed down yet, be my, my, my I definitely done. The morning thing. I've also done the late. Night thing I've done the shut myself in the library, you know, in the in the local library on the weekends thing, I have tried to do the would count thin, you know, thousand a day, or, and I think that I've dropped that because it just doesn't seem to work very well for me. I think I have to think about something, a lot and work it out a little bit in my head before I start writing it. But ultimately, I have to just sit down and write it, and sometimes I find that I can write a thousand words and I don't know to know an ally, even an sometimes it's like a hundred words and it's just the most painful process of. I think one of the mistakes that I made early on when I was first signed to right was, I would really be very critical of what I was writing with writing it. So editing out. I was writing, which I think, really bugs you down and get I got me stuck absolutely stock. And so it's sort of got to remind myself often to give myself permission to just write whatever down, and it's a first draft and sister off quickly become wealth stress and kind of giving myself that permission to just write whatever it is that I need to write to get it written. And then go back in time, and I asked you enjoy editing. Editing is really fun. I feel like that's where the real what gets done in a way, I feel like you know, the edits where you really get the essence of the peace out. Once you see what why your mind is taken you on the page. And so that's something that I really enjoy is the editing. So I try to always remind myself of that, when I'm sitting in front of a blank page. I think it's good point. I've definitely not on board with you on that. No, I'm not an editor. Why? But I found when writing that's if I've learned anything I don't think there isn't a right or wrong. Answer yet to really figure out what works for you and let it flow. Let go from there, but the big thing is don't it as you go along. Don't even you get in your flow start typing in, then worry about all the Typos in the air and the editing of a little bit later on, because you're right. If you sit there, especially if you have like a word document, that's doing autocorrect for you, and you see these little red lines come up underneath the words because you've missed type something, you know, it's your human nature, I think go back, you know, to go immediately, correct that, but no keep pushing through, you can edit later. And believe me, no matter how clean your managed script is it's going to edit at least half a dozen times anyway. So it just doesn't matter. Exactly. That's after each. All right. Well everybody, we're coming in the show today. Where can people find out more about the book my patients and other animals as well as any eventually going to be attending or any of the book signings, etc? Yeah. I have their to really good places to find out a little bit more about the book about me, one of them is Facebook. What do I know that these days, that's maybe not a good thing to say? But. My Facebook page is busy gray over. And so, I would love that page, and you can get up to date information on my appearances, and then also I like to shed some fun animal articles that I found interesting as well to kind of keep people entertained, so that there's some kind of funny stuff on there as well. And then my website is Suzy Finchem, gray dot com. And so, again, I have links to appearances on there and a blog which has done a terrible job of keeping up recently. But there is a on the and some information about the book and why you can get it as well. All right, fantastic. We'll make sure we get those posted being false Suzy on Facebook and also go to our website and keep track of everything going on. Get a chance to be during everybody just definitely picked up the book, it's a fascinating read. It's interesting. It's intriguing gives you some ins and outs of the that near in practice, as well as some heartfelt stories in the what's the books called my patients and other animals. Nls veterinarian stories of love loss and hope by author in vetinarian and master of all writing things. Susan grey, Susie. Thanks for coming on the show today. I it so much. And we'll keep track of what's going on in here in for me somewhere down the road. Thank you. It was a pleasure. Thank you so much for having me, right? Well,.

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"susan grey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Week, everyone that's all for this episode of. Adogi diva show to find out more go to our website the doggie diva dot com. Also, find us on our Facebook page, the doggie diva show and tell your fellow doglovers about it. Don't miss Susan Murray. Miss olive and the doggie divas right here for the next episode. So you again soon. Let's talk pets every week on demand. Only on live radio dot com. Talk. Live radio dot com. Steven Weber reminding you always listen. Welcome. On radio. Tim Lincoln of so glad you're joining us today. A special guest is author and veterinarian Susan grey. Talk to us about her latest release book, my patients and other animals veterinarian stories of love loss. Hope so very intriguing book. Very interesting perspective from Susie. Well known veterinarian, but also a great great writer in her own rights. We'll talk to Suzy about that as well. So it's going to be great Schiller. Everybody. Just hang tight. We'll come back. Ramsey's commercial break. You're listening to animal rights on radio. You know that feeling when you go to clean, the litterbox, and it's a complete disaster. Yeah. We've got you covered. Introducing world's best cat litter zero mass the advanced litter that gives you two times better clumping. I'm more odor control with less litter zero mass combined concentrated power of corn with super absorbent plant fibers. Translation scoop once and you're done find it at a pet store near you and save two dollars. Visit WWW dot save. I'm world's best dot com..

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"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"susan grey" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. A record thirty million votes have already been cast headed election day Tuesday. But one of the most closely watched races of the midterms the race for governor in Georgia between Republicans secretary of state, Brian Kemp and democrat Stacey Abrams, but ABC's Pete combs at Atlanta says it's who gets to vote that's become a key issue. Georgia has some of the toughest election laws in the country. Overseen by Brian campus, fraternity of states, it's twenty ten and in that time more than two million Georgians names have been purged from the polls Friday a federal judge ruled that three thousand people affected by a recent rule change in Georgia regarding voter ID must be allowed to cast a ballot. President Trump's scheduled today. Campaigning took him first to Montana. We will defend your right to free speech religious liberty, and we will continue to confirm judges who will interpret the constitution as written. Tonight. He'll head to Florida along with vice President Mike Pence. Former vice president Joe Biden was in a Cleveland suburb campaigning for Democrats. He called the elections of battle for America's soul. Sell on a century sit together. Together. Voter. Remember who we are? This is the United States of America. There is nothing. We cannot do Twitter says it's taken down thousands of accounts ahead of the midterms that were engaging in attempts to quote, share information in an automated fashion. Authorities Tallahassee investigating the motive of forty year old Scott barely the man who they say posed as a customer then opened fire last night in a hot yoga studio, killing two L welling was near the scene. You Don expected especially being such a commonplace. And for that to happen all places to be a yoga studio, and it's crazy. And the Chicago railroad worker was killed after an explosion. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Your husky nation station. Komo news on to and Seattle. Let's get you caught up. Naletov? Look good top stories. We have from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. I'm Mark Christopher a woman listed in critical condition. Life threatening condition following that stabbing at Seattle center last night has now died Gabriel Maria Garcia who was in her thirty stabbed several times that incident that occurred mod pizza, which is one of many restaurants. You find it at the Seattle armory, formerly the Seattle food circus Harborview spokesperson Susan grey confirming that earlier today that Gabriel Garcia passed away. Now, there was a second person taken to Harborview in stable condition. Unclear how that person was injured police investigating the other stabbing Seattle last night. This happened in the Fremont area near the building called the substation. A man in his thirties was rushed to the hospital listed serious condition. Police say the man came across to Mench lashing tires and decided to confront them. No other information yet on. Suspects. They are still at large people living in north bend. We'll have to wait 'til Monday. We're hearing to find out if the water is safe to drink somebody vandalized that water tank. And earlier this week the shallow water customers as a precaution. More than eighty customers. Have been told not to drink tap water until they can make sure the water was not contaminated bottled water, by the way is available in the area..

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"susan grey" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"susan grey" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"To you live from the studios on packard road and beautiful and arbor michigan derek stone my very talented producer looking at me through the double glass and making sure that everything is running i enjoyed that interview with susan grey scholas returning for i don't know how many times here on speaking of art over many years i hope that you enjoyed it also i try to feature of with all the pistons running at that fabulous museum i try to cover what i think would be the the the exhibitions that you would be most interested in particularly for those in my broadcast audience here in the ann arbor area in the surrounding area who might be going out east going to new york city for business or pleasure but you have limited time and you want to go to that that great museum so i try to highlight the exhibitions that i think you might be most interested in and in this case it is absolutely unique these pieces have never from auckland castle the the jacob series has never come to the united states before and the fact that the actually were able to get the private owner of the twelfth son of the the last piece the thirteenth piece in the whole season because jacob course the first one from a separate owner and it's actually gone through you know i it's ownership in one family has been ongoing for a long time and they they donated to the exhibition to join all the others that the prince bishop of durham has in his collection there at auckland castle so the complete series is available to you at the frick collection of in new york i can't emphasize enough how great it is to be able to see these works of art done by a consummate staff in a superlative setting like the frac i call it the the jewel box fifth avenue that's exactly what it is one reason i say that is because if you.

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"susan grey" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"susan grey" Discussed on Super Station 101

"You doing hey i'm great you know it's interesting watching this from a mother's point of view but i i think this is one person in a huge huge well that we we went to throw a door that's one person but we've got administration has administrators out there we've got people who are reacting to these young ladies and i think as a mother who the wars the worst person who we need to look out of the moms who several two girls have come forward is that i went to my mom and she didn't leave me and i think it's a lesson for all of us his parents to realize that it may be a hard mira us to look at ourselves but we have to take children and and protect them at all cost regardless of what a obscure stories they bring to i said and their been there was a story in my life when i had a some one time at one point tom and i i literally pick him up and walked out of a of a sore and and and and and said i've got to take his word ever ever adult said i think that's that's there's so many adults who did not stand up for these children that that the criminal well is huge and his stock just one person heat he should be it a in jail with many many people sitting beside him well it's a group i didn't think about that from the parents respective in and you you know when ever you hear a story like that and you think i'll let you know they just don't know what's going on the doctor's office her they don't know that um you you gotta think you can hold hundreds of parents responsible army had like tens of tens and tens of parents response anything about it you out of a trying to find the numberfour i care and i evacuated embattled and by the way i had an article from the detroit news you know someone is be punished for this other than larry nassar in michigan stay right now as unearned ncaa la is under nc a investigation delmore teen people were warned of the nasser abuse and eight one in eight women reported abuse claims and uh so far built their reports you allow michigan state it'll nothing about it susan gray pointbypoint thank you for the.

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