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Flagler, Cryer lead No. 5 Baylor past Oklahoma 65-51

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Flagler, Cryer lead No. 5 Baylor past Oklahoma 65-51

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Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

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Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as people have been talking about the job situation, why there are so many openings, why they're so little service, and yet so many people looking for jobs, the one thing we found that COVID changed for almost everyone will have changed our priorities. People are now looking at their life and going, do I need to live a life differently? Sure, because kids have had to stay home and couldn't go to school. That meant do you go to work and pay for day care? Or do you just not work and stay home? A lot of baby boomers who could have retired at 62 or 65 or whatever number it was in their life decided to retire a little bit earlier than what they were planning. They didn't make it to 70. They decided to retire because they changed their priorities. The priorities of what we feel about life of how we live our life of what we want to do with our life are changing. Changing priorities because of COVID because of the world we're living in has changed our entire world. We used to want to live in a world where everything was available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we'd pay whatever price. Now, it doesn't look like we're willing to pay that price. We have changing priorities.

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Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as people have been talking about the job situation, why there are so many openings, why they're so little service, and yet so many people looking for jobs, the one thing we found that COVID changed for almost everyone will have changed our priorities. People are now looking at their life and going, do I need to live a life differently? Sure, because kids have had to stay home and couldn't go to school. That meant do you go to work and pay for day care? Or do you just not work and stay home? A lot of baby boomers who could have retired at 62 or 65 or whatever number it was in their life decided to retire a little bit earlier than what they were planning. They didn't make it to 70. They decided to retire because they changed their priorities. The priorities of what we feel about life of how we live our life of what we want to do with our life are changing. Changing priorities because of COVID because of the world we're living in has changed our entire world. We used to want to live in a world where everything was available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we'd pay whatever price. Now, it doesn't look like we're willing to pay that price. We have changing priorities.

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Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Changing Priorities (MM #3956)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as people have been talking about the job situation, why there are so many openings, why they're so little service, and yet so many people looking for jobs, the one thing we found that COVID changed for almost everyone will have changed our priorities. People are now looking at their life and going, do I need to live a life differently? Sure, because kids have had to stay home and couldn't go to school. That meant do you go to work and pay for day care? Or do you just not work and stay home? A lot of baby boomers who could have retired at 62 or 65 or whatever number it was in their life decided to retire a little bit earlier than what they were planning. They didn't make it to 70. They decided to retire because they changed their priorities. The priorities of what we feel about life of how we live our life of what we want to do with our life are changing. Changing priorities because of COVID because of the world we're living in has changed our entire world. We used to want to live in a world where everything was available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we'd pay whatever price. Now, it doesn't look like we're willing to pay that price. We have changing priorities.

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Crime Spree Ravages America

The Trish Regan Show

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Crime Spree Ravages America

"Me turn to another story that's really bugging me right now and that's the crime spree that we are seeing all over America from LA to Philadelphia, enormous amount of crime escalation in Philadelphia in recent days. And in New York City. So first of all, starting in LA, two recent incidents, one was a young woman who was working at a furniture store who was knives to death by a homeless person. The other was a 70 year old nurse out in the LA area. She was just going to work and she was attacked by a homeless person trying to get on the bus. She died. We have another homeless person in New York City, who pushed a young 40 year old woman, an executive at Deloitte, Asian woman, Michelle go right in front of a train and killed her. You know, the homeless thing, we got to get this under control. I'm sorry, you know what, if you're that messed up. The state actually has to take over. The state actually has to lock you up and put you away because you are a danger to society. 96 crimes reported just in the last two weeks on the New York City subway system. That's a 65% increase. I mean, we thought it was bad comrade de Blasio, right? In charge and now Eric Adams is not looking so hot. He actually is trying to tell everybody that the New York City subway system is quote safe. I'm sorry when you have a 65% increase in crimes. You want a woman 40 years old is pushed to her death by a homeless person. It's not safe.

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Senator Rand Paul on Early COVID Treatments and the Vaccine Mindset

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Senator Rand Paul on Early COVID Treatments and the Vaccine Mindset

"Senator, can you talk a little bit about that about how for whatever reason this regime, the Biden administration is not allowing the distribution of monoclonal antibodies and it seems to for whatever reason, not want anyone to talk about early treatments early intervention when it comes to this virus. I think it's essentially this mindset just one size fits all. So everybody needs to be vaccinated with their at risk for this disease or not. And it's all vaccination and no early treatment. And here's the thing is this is a real disservice to people, 800,000 people have died, and they needed someone in charge of public health who had given them some good advice. So if you're at high risk for this, over 65 or overweight and you get this disease in your beginning to have a significant bronchitis or cough, you need to see your doctor because if they diagnose you with a pneumonia and if the COVID pneumonia, there are treatments. But early treatments. And there are a variety. Some accepted by the medical world some not so accepted, but there are treatments available. And I think it's wrong not to allow people that choice. I had a staff member who was on the ventilator for 9 days. Unfortunately, he survived. But even he didn't realize that the knowledge that you had to get this treatment before he got too sick. And so this is what every public service announcement should be saying is get early treatment. Instead Fauci says, oh, we need to give boosters to 15 year olds. And now we need to vaccinate your newborn before they leave the hospital. None of which works. The boosters don't stop transmission. And it is a crime against our youth for these colleges to be following Fauci and saying not only did we vaccinate it now they won't let you in without a booster. And now you're not allowed to take off your mask to even speak. It is crazy what they're doing to our

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Bob Saget, comedian and "Full House" star, dies at 65

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Bob Saget, comedian and "Full House" star, dies at 65

"With with learning learning more more about about the the death death of of comedian comedian Bob Bob Saget Saget it it will will take take some some more more investigation investigation to to find find out out what what happened happened to to the the actor actor comedian comedian found found dead dead in in his his Orlando Orlando Florida Florida hotel hotel room room on on Sunday Sunday a a sheriff's sheriff's reports reports that that said said it it was was the the check check out out of of his his hotel hotel room room that that day day and and when when family family members members were were unable unable to to reach reach him him they they contact contact at at the the hotel hotel which which sent sent the the security security officer officer up up to to his his room room that that officer officer found found said said it it lying lying on on the the bed bed face face up up unresponsive unresponsive and and cold cold to to the the touch touch the the hotel hotel called called nine nine one one one one and and also also told told the the family family authorities authorities say say there there were were no no signs signs of of foul foul play play or or drug drug use use I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel with with learning learning more more about about the the death death of of comedian comedian Bob Bob Saget Saget it it

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TV Sitcom Dad, Bob Saget, Dead at 65

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | Last week

TV Sitcom Dad, Bob Saget, Dead at 65

"Dad, a full house, has died at the age of 65. He had just performed a set in Orlando, Florida, and was found dead on responsive, according to a sheriff's statement on Twitter. Detectives and I'm quoting found no signs of foul play or drug use in this case. Again, I don't want this to sound about moi, but I did have an occasion to meet and talk with mister Sagan on several occasions. He and I both belong to a tennis club called to Luca like tennis club. And there was a little Jim where I would work out several times awake and he was almost always there, very affable, very personable, very good guy to talk to. And I liked him very much. I wasn't a fan of the comedy show, not because I thought it was bad, but you get to a certain age and sitcom set up set up set up joke laugh track set up set up set up joke laugh track. You don't want to do that anymore. No slide on the sitcom. It wasn't my demo, and I'm not their demo. So, but bob Sega did at the age of 65 years old. Now,

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Comedian and 'Full House' Star Bob Saget Found Dead Aged 65

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:32 sec | Last week

Comedian and 'Full House' Star Bob Saget Found Dead Aged 65

"Huh? Man, the comedy world lost a giant Bob Saget, found dead in a hotel room in the I've been to that hotel. I've stayed at the hotel where he was found he was performing over the weekend, I guess, in the Orlando area, 65 years young. A guy has his final Instagram post talking about the kind of this new chapter in his life of touring and how much he loved it, little life lesson there, make every minute count, keep your loved ones close, you never know. You

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Bob Saget, beloved TV dad of 'Full House,' dead at 65

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Bob Saget, beloved TV dad of 'Full House,' dead at 65

"A a comedian comedian who who was was famous famous for for two two popular popular TV TV shows shows has has died died Bob Bob Sagot Sagot is is dead dead the the actor actor and and comedian comedian was was found found dead dead yesterday yesterday in in a a hotel hotel room room in in Orlando Orlando Florida Florida where where he he was was doing doing a a stand stand up up comedy comedy tour tour authorities authorities say say they they got got a a call call about about an an unresponsive unresponsive person person in in a a guest guest room room and and when when they they arrived arrived they they found found sat sat get get dead dead there there is is no no evidence evidence of of foul foul play play or or drug drug use use but but a a coroner's coroner's report report will will have have to to determine determine the the cause cause Sagot Sagot played played the the beloved beloved single single dad dad Danny Danny Tanner Tanner on on the the sitcom sitcom full full house house he he also also hosted hosted a a show show where where he he set set up up a a series series of of wacky wacky clips clips as as host host of of America's America's funniest funniest home home videos videos fellow fellow comedians comedians a a morning morning Sagot Sagot for for both both his his comedy comedy and and his his personality personality saying saying that that he he was was both both witty witty and and kind kind I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Noah Was a Conspiracy Theorist Until It Rained. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko a Conspiracy Realist

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:57 min | Last month

Noah Was a Conspiracy Theorist Until It Rained. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko a Conspiracy Realist

"And so doctor talk a little bit about how you've had this correct hypothesis from nearly the very beginning. And you've now seen the vaccine and some of its failures. You've seen all of this kind of unfold. How are you processing this? It must be incredibly frustrating for you, especially as you see what's happening in Israel here in the United States because as you say you've treated 7000 patients. It's incredibly liberating for me. I have to tell you that becoming aware of reality, even if it's unpleasant, but at least living in reality has therapeutic value. And not living in a lie. So I reverse engineered the worst crime in human history. And I've put the pieces together and I see the puzzle. I see the big picture. And I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I'm a conspiracy realist. There's a joke, right? No, in the Bible, was a conspiracy theorist until the grand, right? That it wasn't the theory. I'm going to use that. Wait, feel free. So it began when Cuomo murdered 20,000 nursing home residents in the state of New York. Blocked access, he issued an executive order where my patients can't get hydroxychloroquine. And it was my patients because I was the only one in the state doing it. Let me ask you a question. A drug that was used over a billion times over 65 years is FDA approved for lupus rheumatoid arthritis malaria malaria prophylaxis is given to nursing mothers is giving to pregnant women given to children. Some people live on it. Their whole lives. And all of a sudden, it's deemed dangerous, but it's all dangerous for COVID patients. It's not dangerous to pregnant women or taking it to a room to arthritis. And so he issues an order where patients can get it. Well, that really made sense to me. So I improvised I did research again. I innovated. I found the substitute for hydroxychloroquine. On the NIH server, it's funny. And if something called quercetin, and I didn't even know what it was, I just Googled it. And I see that it's over the counter. I said, oh my God, I just discovered the cure to tyranny. Because I could say listen, Charlie, screw the doctor and there are two reasons why people die from COVID. Is the moronic doctor that delays treatment? And the tyrannical government that people live under that blocks access to lifesaving medication. Besides that, there's really no reason to die from COVID. That's what the evidence shows. So all of a sudden, now I can just circle then all the regulation and just say go to the right and shop buy some corset and vitamin C, D and zinc, take it in the right way and you'll be okay. And that's incredibly liberating. I have to say, because people could reintegrate back into society and they could see the people they loved. They don't have to be isolated. Then I have to live in

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No. 8 Kansas roars past Mizzou 102-65 in Border War's return

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

No. 8 Kansas roars past Mizzou 102-65 in Border War's return

"Chaired chaired by by he's he's poured poured in in twenty twenty one one point point today today Frank Frank Kansas Kansas resumed resumed its its one one time time rivalry rivalry with with Missouri Missouri by by blasting blasting the the Tigers Tigers one one oh oh two two sixty sixty five five two two Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday we we just just it's it's a a chance chance for for us us to to get get better better and and so so you you know know but but also also forms forms also also we we do do Christian Christian Braun Braun into into one one Harris Harris each each had had thirteen thirteen points points for for the the Jayhawks Jayhawks who who were were taking taking out out Missouri Missouri in in a a regular regular season season game game for for the the first first time time since since attackers attackers left left the the big big twelve twelve and and twenty twenty twelve twelve it it was was a a two two hundred hundred seventy seventy th th meeting meeting between between the the two two programs programs divine divine ticket ticket was was I I meant meant for for the the Tigers Tigers with with nineteen nineteen points points but but season season scoring scoring leader leader Kobe Kobe brown brown managed managed just just five five and and six six rebounds rebounds Kansas Kansas is is eight eight one one Missouri Missouri five five in in five five I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Wisconsin holds off No. 12 Houston with 65-63 upset

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Wisconsin holds off No. 12 Houston with 65-63 upset

"Wisconsin blew most of a twenty point halftime lead before eking out a sixty five sixty three upset over twelfth ranked Houston in the Maui invitational semifinals Johnny Davis scored a career high thirty points on ten of eighteen from the floor including four of seven from three point range Tyler wall chipped in with nine points and seven rebounds while Brad Davison also had nine points for the foreign one badgers Kyler Edwards had a team high eighteen points for the Cougars including a three pointer that got Houston within two in the final minute Edwards hit five treys in the second half but the Cougars fell to foreign one I'm Dave Ferrie

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So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I know I've talked about amber alerts before, and they're very important and very beneficial at times. But I found because we live in Tennessee and we have multiple interstates running through Nashville. It's almost like you lose track of these amber alerts because they're going off all the time. Here in Nashville, we've got three major interstates, north and south, you got interstate 65, northwest to southeast interstate 24, and then from west to east or east to west interstate 40. And that means a lot of drug trafficking, a lot of people trafficking and a lot of amber alerts. We'll get amber alerts maybe three or four times a week about things that are going on just north of the border in Kentucky, somewhere over in severe Bill or in Knoxville, or Chattanooga over on the east side of the state, and you can't keep track. You want to believe amber alerts are good things, but I'm afraid that if you get too many in one week, you just lose track of them. The potential for the system is great, but I think they've got to try something different or fix something to make it that much better. Because I'll be honest with you every time an amber alert goes off, I tend to tune out now because I just heard one. Sometimes hours earlier.

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So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I know I've talked about amber alerts before, and they're very important and very beneficial at times. But I found because we live in Tennessee and we have multiple interstates running through Nashville. It's almost like you lose track of these amber alerts because they're going off all the time. Here in Nashville, we've got three major interstates, north and south, you got interstate 65, northwest to southeast interstate 24, and then from west to east or east to west interstate 40. And that means a lot of drug trafficking, a lot of people trafficking and a lot of amber alerts. We'll get amber alerts maybe three or four times a week about things that are going on just north of the border in Kentucky, somewhere over in severe Bill or in Knoxville, or Chattanooga over on the east side of the state, and you can't keep track. You want to believe amber alerts are good things, but I'm afraid that if you get too many in one week, you just lose track of them. The potential for the system is great, but I think they've got to try something different or fix something to make it that much better. Because I'll be honest with you every time an amber alert goes off, I tend to tune out now because I just heard one. Sometimes hours earlier.

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"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

"The cycling removed, leaving only swimming and running. And number 25 known as the 8th wonder of the world, which professional wrestler had film and TV roles in the fall guy, the $6 million man, and the princess bride. Okay, answers for today's quiz. Round one was fireworks. Number one, the member of Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring that was famed for his dazzling and inventive fireworks was Gandalf. Two. The firework that has a name that comes from the method by which a Christian saint was condemned is the Catherine wheel. Three. Derived from a small firework that's gotten wet, an expression that is describes a disappointing event is a damp squib. Four. Released in 1995, the same year as his most famous novel, the author that wrote the firework maker's daughter is Philip Pullman. And number 5, the U.S. company that is the world's largest consumer of fireworks is Disney. Round two was TV opposites. So all I wanted you to do here was give me the actual name of the TV show from its opposite representation. Number 6 blue giant is red dwarf. 7. North drive is South Park. 8. Daughters of order is Sons of Anarchy. 9. Booze, his cheers. And number ten worse ignore Paul is Better Call Saul. Round three was the general knowledge round, number 11. A high batula akan zarda is the third supreme leader of the Taliban. 12. There are 8 phases of the moon. New moon, waxing Crescent first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning jewels, last quarter, and finally, waning Crescent 8 of them. 13 TV chefs Dave Meyers and psyching are known collectively as the hairy bikers. 14, the four largest balearic islands are Majorca, menorca, Ibiza and the answer I wanted is for Montero. Number 15. Gonzalez is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Round four was classical composers and musicians. Number 16 at the end of the high street and muster you would find a statue of Edward Elgar. 17, featuring the aria Nissan dormer, the opera by puccini that was completed posthumously by Franco alfano is Turin Doe or Turin dot depending on how you'd like to pronounce that one. 18, the classical violinist who's famously an Aston Villa fan is Nigel Kennedy. 19 the Australian sorry, the Austrian composer, who wrote the symphony in which each musician stops playing an exits the stage individually until there are only two left is Joseph Haydn. 20. The Australian biopic of 1996 with Jeffrey rush and John Gil good in which a main character suffers a mental breakdown after playing those piano concerto number three is shine. And finally round 5 was the letter a in sport. The sport number 21, the sport that features in the 1987 film over the top and causes all those injuries is arm wrestling. 22, the Dutch football team that play at the Johan Cruyff arena is iax or I'll accept AFC IX or iax Amsterdam. 23. Historically an event in lumberjack competitions, hurling and implement it from around 12 feet before it reaches the target. Is axe throwing. 24, the name of the sport, the closely resembles a triathlon, but has no cycling, so it's only swimming and running is known as a quang. And number 25 known as the 8th wonder of the world the professional wrestler that had film and TV roles in shows such as the fall guy, the $6 million man and was.

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"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

"As in BAO S. And number ten. Worse ignore Paul. Round three is today's general knowledge round. 11. High bar tala, akan zada is the third supreme leader of which organization. 12. How many phases of the moon are? 13. TV chefs, Dave Myers and si king are known collectively as what. 14. The four largest of the balearic islands are Majorca, menorca, Ibiza, and which other. 15. Gonville and keys is a constituent college of which university. Right round four is classical composers and musicians. Number 16 a statue of which composer can be found at the end of the high street in Worcester, England. 17. Featuring the famous the famous aria necessarily, which opera by puccini was completed posthumously by composer, Franco alfano in 1926..

"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"65%" Discussed on Quizbeard

"Fireworks, TV opposites, general knowledge, classical composers, and musicians, and the letter a in sport. These are the 5 rounds in today's episode so get ready for quiz beard. 65..

Angry FDNY Members Protest COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement as Mayor Stands by His Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Angry FDNY Members Protest COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement as Mayor Stands by His Mandate

"According to the New York Post, just yesterday, the fire department of New York, the FDNY, said the just 65% of its firefighters fire officers and EMS workers had been vaccinated. Despite mayor de Blasio's order that all city workers receive at least one dose or face suspension without pay on Monday. The fire commissioner issued a statement. That we must manage the unfortunate fact that a portion of our workplace has refused to comply with a vaccine mandate for all city employees. And they're saying, the fact is, with a heart attack, do you know how many how crucial it is for 6 or 7 or 8 minutes?

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"65%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"65%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"65 on a Friday morning. Do it yourselfers suffer from sticker shock as the cost of building supplies, especially lumber prices are out of this world. Those problems are not unique to weekend warriors as many cities and towns are left with big time headaches from some big ticket project. Marshfield Town administrator Mike Moresco is nervous about putting the town's new DPW building project out to bid later this month. Dramatic price increases for wooden steel have him concerned. The bids may come in well over the $11 million the town has allotted. Moresco was already looking at wish list items they can remove from the project to keep it within budget. Someone's industrial equipment he had some old equipment would like to update the equipment, so that's one thing. The other things that canopy over an apron on the outside of the building to work on vehicles would have cement slab underneath with the appropriate drainage If the bids still come into high, Morris Go says they'll just postpone. We would just needed the project early fall and hope the market stabilized. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio, the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, now less than one month away, and US teams are getting into shape. The Mewes sisters from Hanson are both on the women's soccer team, but as they head off to Japan They're leaving us a hoppy present with the help of Harpoon Brewery. Christie and Sam. Us are set to release a new summer beer in USA Citrus. I P a Which tastes like lime or lemon sorbet, or so I'm told That beer is now out. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester. A local watering hole is back in business in Boston, just in time for some of the hottest days of the year. Frog Pond is up and running once again after.

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"65%" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"65%" Discussed on WTOP

"65% of the country's adults have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. That shy of President Biden's July 4th goal of 70% and experts say it might not be enough to prevent a resurgence in the fall. The variant could win this race. If we do not increase the proportion of people in the state who are fully vaccinated, demand for vaccines has fallen off in recent weeks. In some places like here in New York. That's because most people have already gotten their shots. But other states are lagging behind putting folks at risk. That highly transmissible delta variant of the virus, which was first detected in India has been found in about 42 states. So far, we're going to talk more about this with CBS Medical contributor Dr David Agus in about a half an hour from now at 11 40 stay with us for that. Questions persist after the FDA approved a new drug to treat Alzheimer's disease after its own independent advisory committee said that the drug should be rejected. Three advisers resigned. After that decision. CBS Medical correspondent Dr Tara Narula spoke with Dr Aaron Kessel Heim, a faculty member at uh, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, who was one of the doctors who quit the panel. What message do you hope to send to the FDA by resigning patients and physicians really do depend on The FDA maintaining reasonable standards for the drugs that it provides in the majority of cases. I'd like to think that the FDA makes the right decision in cases like this, where the FDA makes what I think is the wrong decision. I think that we need to understand better why the decisions were made in this way. June is mental Health Month, and the local doctor wants guys to remember the three bees. Three bees is what I say Berries, beans and broccoli Dr Jason sing of Kaiser Permanente in Manassas because these foods are particularly rich in fiber, and that promotes good gut health, which lowers the risk of colon cancer. Cancer is the second leading killer of men after heart disease. Tell the guys Listen. If there are three numbers you need to commit to memory. It's your cholesterol, sugar and blood pressure because these are risk factors to heart disease of the top. And causes of death. Men lead women in nine Only 40% of the men actually go to the doctor when they fear they have a serious medical condition is seeking. W t O p news. It's 11 14..

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"65%" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast:  A Video Game Podcast

Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"65%" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast

"Do we know how long the extra chapter is looked. I can't imagine it's more than four or five hours. But yeah i mean i really liked that game. Am i gonna go back and play that game again. With like a like a performance moen or like fidelity that game already looked fantastic on playstation four pro lay of affects the doors. Oh cool because extra damn good. Good i just don't i mean that game was good enough for me that i'm like. Yeah maybe the youth chapter is worth going back and checking out. But it's not high on my list to be honest with you. I will imply hit before the next one. Okay so the present ain't good. And then i had my stick in this room When you guys leave. I am going to plug it in. I do not know what's going to happen. You'll as the playstation fight stick. Update your drivers on going to be good. Hurry if you have trouble judge me. I'll show you how to do it. All right. we're just fucking google. You can figure it out. Okay i would just do it before he fucking leaving the room. That's true that would make sense. Yeah i was a. I wanted to fight stick fighting israel often but like the that that fucking nice metal one that you have. That's like curved on the front and the back the victory. I saw that and that was available. But it's it's very. It's like three hundred ninety nine dollars i saw. It's very expensive but it looks nice. Jared steady fucking bring that over. Why for the left to here. I got drunk and left it here. You had here for months gio so i would like to. I don't know how much i will have to be able to play guilty gear by would like to get into it. Is there anything. I need to know about this. Go to here. Yeah i mean guilty gear thankfully for you like usually kinda follows like the archetype of like street fighter game like an and i. I don't mean that like it's like a one for one by any means but there are very like similar things like raif like a fireball motion circles. Yeah yeah yeah so. You're gonna run into that. There's grapplers charged character characters. These types of things but that's where the similarities really end Yeah it's it's a complex fighting game historically has been known for being a very very hard for newcomers to get into Because of its depth i mean. They're very very deep So really i haven't played it yet. I haven't had the time to you. I'm gonna dig into it Tomorrow and really get into it and and and start to play But i do know that. They made a conscious effort to make this one more accessible to newcomers so Things have changed quite a bit There are a lot of different cancels. Um that did different things. In previous games From different attacks properties movements That have been kind of streamline so it's a little bit more digestible from that perspective And gatling is what it's called Which is essentially like being able to cancel One attack into another attack. By like cancelling an animation to to make brief form That's where the a lot of the complex city at previous games of came from. Is that the quicken up your frames or is that just there or is that like go back from something. You've worker at by when lupus depending on depending on the situation kind of all the above very very complex Fighting game series so We'll see like..

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"65%" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"65%" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"All it is a few seconds and a few words or a simple act. That's how you deal with things like sadness and depression. Take yourself out of your shoes. Look at the big picture. Feed people serve people and listened to people. It's never going to be perfect but if you allow it to be which you wish it to be in your mind then that is your reality what you think you become so if you can think about bringing heaven to earth the nadu's what reality will be for you if you think that every person you talk to is blessing them in you're planting a seed. Then that is what will happen. But as i've said time and time again doesn't matter if you are enlightened were if you are awakened or whatever you wanna call it until the rest of the world catches up with us. We're going to be doomed to repeat our mistakes and to continue to live in sadness and suffering before we go today. I wanna share a parable story that i made and It's a good one. It's it's pretty subtle. But i think that gets the message across. There was a small village that lived off the coast of a little island shore. Very small fishing community probably about one hundred people except there was one man who lived in the woods just far enough away from the rest of the village that he could live this person's this hermit this monk. He lived in his little shack by himself. He didn't really participate with any of the community in the villagers made rumors about him saying that he was you know he had to be wealthy. Because that's the only way he could live out by himself like them. He was wealthy and that's why he lived away from everyone or that he had. He had valuable items in his shack that he didn't want other people to see so. The villagers in the community grew jealous of him..

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What Up Patna

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Not gonna work because everybody breaks it's gonna it's gonna out of well. Look i tell you how many do let's look at it this way to carry. There's a curfew right now. For covid and people are scared as shit. Keep people are scared. Sit about the curfew ought get pulled over. I don't wanna hang out so that shit works dude. You put some type of structure around it. It does work. No i think mr well-known come on. There's people that are still going to go out. Of course how do you completely get rid of it. And there's no question. How do you get rid of where nobody's doing. It can start with a change. That nick said you can look. There's there's changes i get rid of. Okay it's always going to have it in the in the home okay. That's very close to home. Look at my home idea. And then move is gonna education is gonna come down to gene gene. Dna should starting dna We're on final modification. dna modifications dna dna dna. A were you with ornate as the other part of the dna oh and the hardware most interesting so they found out a protein that cuts any germ or virus that comes into your body so that immune system betters itself next time it comes in automatically cuts it because it knows what it is. They found this protein. They know scientists okay scientists so when you put your pc and her portfolio and blows up in her oakland media. Yeah okay right right. The body already know now you could do that. The body rejects you. Can you can do that on the individual basis for one person or you could do it for generations to come live. that's a great fucking I'm gonna i'm gonna leave. I'm gonna leave you. Guys would man's brand of mass fucking drunken thoughts. But i appreciate that because they're saying i'm ready. You're not ready for it. We're not ready for the dna checkout ready for the dna. Todd carney dna. What's up talking about putting this out there. This is local partner. I wanna feed you all with a little. Bit of words of wisdom are at the other day i was walking mondagi right and i was walking my dog and i walked by and if i can Picked up his poop. I had a little plastic baggie. And normally you know you pick it up. And then i looked at it and i was like you know what the world's gonna shit abraham lincoln the world's gonna shit book it all just pick it up one at a time. You know what. I'm saying one at a time if everybody contributes just like we talked about today with the individual philanthropy. That's going on out there in the entire mother fucking mundo. Let's all contribute in a way where we make a change when we make a difference. I wanna say what's up to all my partners out there. Wanna thank mrs well known for coming by the doj oh your mic look for. Chicken are facts and saying what the fact. I don't wanna hang up to my partner sled man for filling in for big as giant mother fucking clown shoes shows for the putting a big. Excuse me if big as out player. He's missing tell speak to him right now he needs to. He's please leave home leaving big at home. We miss him. Really bad is waiting for him. Yeah he's on every milk carton. Live breaking news on every door every morning. Low eighteen detective hector avenue update for. They worry about last last scenes figure and sixty out there on my lovely ladies out there. Shut up to other pilots out there. This is what a podcast broadcasting from the would apply to podcast doj joe out of the city of move forward pointing. What up to on my partners have a good night paid ford and we'll see you all on the next motherfucking flipside. What a partners a piece. Oh thank you..

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"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Mickey ludo i. I started a planet pluto and then it went down to your emas flag. We're daffy when you need them on the he's looney tunes land by the way if you get started watching the maniacs it's on hulu nominee i just Just sit down and watch and turned it on the other day. I was taking a shower. Nikki here in the be me the trying to back. We're going world one of my favorite spending. How many years twenty. Twenty years breezy here. Here's one that i don't know of anybody else heard of. I used to watch this. And this is why. I bought a hardly it was a show called biker mice remorse biker sounds very firm at three of them three of us. Yes i run show remember. Remember it yeah biker. Mice slacker mice. Movie where he made where he was. An alien was bad ass hole in the fucking dope movie. Nikola what was that movie called with. Hulk hogan is an alias. Fucking factor here sled man. How are we doing tonight. You got some words our doing it. Liz lemon thrill simple. Make sure your living in the present. Have your fool focused attention and the president can do anything but the future in the past right now and the president is where you need to be focused and put all your effort into your thoughts. What you want right now. I live at live it project. The future is that what you're saying yes very. It's very good. Doom project the future things you want in your life. Everybody does abe is about secret. The secret the secret to where you could Manifesting memphis things just thought messiah creation. I know some thoughts. I heard of those are. They will every single baby dirty. They said being baby mamas niccolo any words of wisdom tonight wa before my words of wisdom. Message ho call was a suburban suburban commando one of the greatest alien movies of all time next to e no bullshit and firing this guy to fuck you ever fire in. The sky is based on a true story. Guy based on a true story. Two guys went hogan an alien and he was he was the he's really different about another dope as normal using eating another dope asshole. Cogan movie where you had a dope pass boat and he was like a commando in a boat he hit a high speed boat and all he did was save. Lives like eight like eighteen. But he had a boat was was this is the remix of erik. Estrada maybe close We're selling land up in washington. You may know me from films such as chips which is short mini series. Many nick koech straps. I'm one time leaving the baseball game. Dodgers you saw david. Eric davis eric estrada at a dodger game. He's take a picture with him. No no that's from for an autograph man pints you call them pints if you come you pregnant pissed off not pine some eric that what you would do. Pine the pine compliance. What's his name white. Dude i here. Who's punches partner's name brian john. John oh john john. coming from. Gaza guest understands mr chips from the stand. So nick any words of wisdom for partners tonight hours wisdom like i was saying. Oh my favorite. Just living matter. What's going on your life if if you're having any problems you know. Don't be afraid to reach out to people you know you're partners your partners partners Hit somebody you talk to somebody. There's always options you know. Be kind and you with all this racism. And i know that you know it's it's it's an everybody you know. You don't always have to act on it interesting words there so you're saying a lot of people have these feelings about different races and someone wild out some. Don't someone say stupid shit and some were just like i mean you know. I get my racism from comedy. You know i. I like to fuck around with different races but at the end of the day. We're all partners right so would nikolov is trying to say is. Don't be a fucking moron. You joke about it. You could be it but at the end of the day. We're all partners. Mr well known what you got year. Pay it all in all possible. You think that's ever going to be possible. What for for people not to be dirksen each other. No jerk i believe never gonna be pozniak not gonna happen how it's possible but it will never happen because there's always gonna be people they go fucking you can't please everybody. How do you fix that. Fix it about marlene spread. Love fucking love the macarena. How do you fix david. This i can i dance. You cannot listen to it or not. Then you were saying the way you fix it as you make racism illegal. Oh good into law. That worked without work. There's there's there's there's videos out there on youtube there's instagram. There's my space this west stop you know and all this other stuff and i do not see not one of them. There should be a law where where they go to jail for at least a year. Who you don't go you. Don't go and bill yourself out. No no there's no more. I don't wanna law where. Racism is legal. You know. I wanna make it illegal because his power to the people you there's no there's no love or hate over here if you're willing to die for this country and you're not from this country you should be in this country or if you're willing to if you willing to do dirt for for for those type of jobs. That aren't that you want in do because you don't want to get your nails dirty dude come on like there's a lot of care neglect possible nick as far as embracing eradicating People being jerks he was talking about right now. Is like people that come here to work. They should be able to to be no no no. I'm not talking about none of that. Everybody i'm talking about everybody. There's not. I'm not saying people come to this country. I'm not saying that. I'm just saying people in general don't matter what raise what size everything. If you're willing to work for the dollar. They go but then at the same time it comes to the corporation and then union. You know like like me. I got the unions back. I don't keep corporation. How how's that iraq racism again. That's the question again. So who's who's ready for. Change nobody but there is the house that iraqi racism. Let me get you gotta get there quick. Oh quick he does. He can take time three words. Tell me how you oh because you're saying that you turn into law where you get in trouble or racist that's dope getting to work. Nick i mean sh if tomorrow you can't what am i know. Mac lahser there you know. Everyone breaks a lot of their everyone..

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"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Did what i did. I'm not going to say how much i raised by. When you're union urine the brotherhood you know and When when added what had actually had a speak because they actually give you a mike to talk all these guys that are in the union. Yes yes and i. And i told him you know I i hate asking. I don't ask never do always been hustler always like it's hard for some people you have. No this is my first time like that. Something bad happened within my family here Rest of my family's in mexico. So when i went up there and i told him i guys i don't i don't expect anything from you guys but everybody knows me there. Everybody knows everybody. Our mouth will just passed away from leukemia and any donations will be good. The the whole three thousand went up there. I saw twins. I saw hundreds. I saw fifties. I and and i cried. I lost bro individuals individuals. Just they're like david school. You're with us where you and would you say. When you're up there mazhar hard hard. I couldn't i couldn't speak like it was. I lost my boys like right now. Even though talking about it. And i don't show up but it it's good If you're out there and you're non union go union. That's that's just the best life you'll ever live. Who you know the got your back. Yeah bo was crazy. Is that the american people motherfuckers out there showing remorse regardless of union regardless of anything else. They're they're contributing to more than fucking corporations and foundations. I thought these days had millions and millions of dollars in these motherfuckers. Doing half as much as what. We're doing individually the power to the people sled man said to my partner sled man sled man. Well take on that. While you know that that we're we're giving the global on justness. We're we're all naturally. Were good for the most part. Humans are good and they see on. There's a tragedy when we need to come together for the most part everybody does. There's a lot of fucked up people out there. Inc is the non corporations or organizations that that you know are into different ideas have their own the agenda the one percent the control everybody you know but as far as the masses far as the people everybody is willing to help each other out you know. There's so much more good that we could do as a whole but there's like these restrictions that won't let us her organizations are groups that won't let us or fight against in no. You're not gonna have it this way even though we're the masses and we more power you know but but we don't we don't know how to use it or we didn't come together And i think things are changing as far as with his covert everything. That's going on nine. You know how much more contributions are there. Now in twenty twenty. There's lash sugar bombshells like people that are contributing to whatever the can well. Let's talk about that. What's the best way to contribute to the current situation. That's happening in. America is it. Just pick a fucking united way foundation and go from there. Because yeah i'll do that. I mean i put money in the united way but see the fucking results or is it something more. You gotta get on the ground. Would you say was voting. Would you say it's nothing to do with your cat or putting campaign dollars. You want to win okay. I guess because you agree with whatever this group says. They have power to make that happen. All i know is yoma fuck is better. Get out there and do some extra fucking money. Because i know there's people out there is still working but they spending money shit because we're closed down but there's also people that need money. 'cause ain't working so let's figure out how to help each other all right. Reach out to your business. That's what it comes down to reach out to your parents and figuring out what's cracking you know. There's a lot of pundits out there that had been working for a long time when people out of work for fourteen months Twelve months six months. Whatever the whole point is let's fuck and help each other and fuck these corporations for now stepping up if you work for a corporation. Do your part to help them see the picture. The bigger picture in putting more money out there in the economy into organizations and they'll that will reciprocate into everything else but that's neither here nor there. I wanna thank lead man for great segment of dean. Thank you there. Yes brought to you by the kind of my pilots out there. What if i'm glad you're having a good show with us what we're gonna do right now. Take a quick marshall break. And we'll be right back after this word from our patents. We'll be right back..

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What Up Patna

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"That up. How much is okay. Let's make it easier for the average american donates. How much to charity a year. Yeah let's look that shit up and you could americans better not let me down. nick look. Don't just wikipedia. I want to what country no america let's start with where the fuck we live. Because homeless homelessness is a big problem. We talk about it alternative to give more more more. Canadians got their own dope. Show going on. You know. Fuck that i want to talk about american league right. Lotta shit going on the country today all right. So what is the average amount of charity being donated by the average american minus kuala caskey's and let's go from there. When is the last time you did a good dethronement last night on. Your momma can't thank you got another question for you guys out there with your best. Pick up. pick of a lamp giving a pickup live. What did you say the ladies when you see him from across the room. Drinking on a little tequila more margarita. Walk up smoothly of. What do you say what comes at him out the best one i could think of is Shots to the legendary. The the the most humble guy. I know right now which. I'm not going to say no names but my's would be so you come here off often bomb right there. That's my by. Yeah unless you say yes i do. Hardback laugh man. Didn't make me do not. I'm here every friday and saturday. Nagara number let you read. This often see all right. Let's see we got here due to fact check in fact chicken okay. So there's a lot of categories. I like that So charitable giving statistics. Apparently there's a whole website and the motherfucker and curate statistics from recent studies reports and charitable giving in the us please refer to the footnotes original fucking sources general philanthropy aka given americans gave four hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty four billion in twenty nine thousand nine. This reflects a five point one increase from twenty eighteen. Okay so four hundred forty nine billion in two thousand seventeen increased by five percent in two thousand eighteen corporate giving was twenty one billion so americans gay four hundred four hundred four nine billion but the corporation's only gave twenty one. What the fuck away. Corporations are fucking up incorporating. The fuck is all about that you know. I thought the corporate will give you more than the american people all right foundation giving increased in two thousand. Nine hundred and seventy-five even foundations are nowhere near the average american found. Only what know but those people take it home and then they donate interesting in twenty nineteen the largest source of charitable giving came from individuals. Three hundred and nine billion or sixty nine percent of total giving in four of the last five years charitable giving by individuals has grown. How about that. How all fucking partners out there. Individual non corporate related non foundation related are giving back to the american fucking pattern is what i'm talking about partners out there and thank you for giving tis the season for giving right. We know what i'm saying. Flex just yeah and twenty two thousand nine. The majority of charitable dollars into religion twenty nine percent education fourteen percent human services twelve percent grant making foundations twelve percent health nine percent. These percentages and top funding areas stayed the same from twenty eighteen. So wait you said. Health wet grew nine percent no no. Everything's health nine percent total. That's it what does that mean. The forest the giving to help organization now giving nine percent only but twenty. Nine percent is for religion Fourteen percents for education. I want to know more about human services But grandpa did. this is a lopsided shootings prostitutes. No notation should be number. One religion Yo you know. Jesus I'm elena my cable. Bill you pay for you may proceed. I don't know man. I don't know historically charitable giving rises about one third as fast as the stock more. If it was flipped their education was number one. What would you expect to see. An individual and family philanthropy approximately ninety percent of high net worth households give to charity on average high net. Worth donors gave twenty nine thousand to charity and twenty seventeen by comparison General population gave two thousand five hundred and fourteen on average two thousand dollars from the general population on average. That's fucking amazing dude. If everybody just band together what was that statistic. Everybody everybody gave one dollar and just sit here one dollars to this. 'cause she would be cleaned up fucking second any crazy dude. I think i've read enough. You're disappointed by the facts. Average story about the alright. So it's been you know. I'm a union worker carpenter to everybody in the two one three. Or if you're in the union your fucking bad ass to your body is bro. Really no but Thank you the most the most of the most plan. What's your union were you you know you. I'm local to one three to the local. Two one three patna last year last year was last year. Markle passed away from leukemia. r. I p man. What was his name. His name was hit sous. Sus thank you. i miss him. I miss him like crazy. You know cancer fuck cancer. Do all of this happened. And i was so shy because i was working in on a building with three thousand guys. Different different trades. Different is and I needed i needed help to raise money and For a funeral expenses. Yeah because his last wish was to be buried in mexico. And that's that's not it's not easy. That ain't easy so how much that costs these days. Thirty thousand holy fuck to transport and all that immigration immigration funeral. Here the casket The funeral out there. So so.

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What Up Patna

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Sixty okay. It make lohman. I want you to fact check. How many be mamas are in the six six area code go. Relevant number one approximate get unlike china. Look profiles girls. Oh what baby mamas. The sixty six i mean. Yeah there's there's young maybe mamas okay plus eighteen baby mama sixty six. You can look that up now. So mr well-known is Constantly talking about a single baby mamas and we have now identified whether or not. That's a different porn. John from the word mill usa. Well known what is your take on the difference between males and single baby mamas sin. See the keyword single. Look yeah that's it. That's all you need right there. We'll see seeming mills kamal shapes and sizes komo. You know what i mean but at the same time i like my girls. Vw big beautiful women. Or i don't like curvaceous just something. You can grab something that ends with suits. Us nana i like the ones that can hide the turkey league under the law has to time saying what taking lake county fair. He's he's a story. This is nice titi l. What looked for tomorrow. We'll celebrate tonight. I like to show one student shit because they get crazy. They're the ones who stabbed him on the shortlist. Charlotte saint saint in the polian. Fucking armpit dances liver the vital organs and once fucking slash my my fantasies ones. That are taller than me. No shit. I swear like ninety five percent of the population. I want you to pick. Yeah so you wanna be mad. Nikola wasn't your porn genre. Like buff cheeks or some shit last time. Yeah female bodybuilding it's The reason i like it. Because i just i like the you know being choke kind of you know yes while i'm going down shit and i just imagined those muscular legs. Just you know trying to trump. Like a like a python asks hon. Which got planned for us tonight guy. I got a good question for for you guys out there any good deeds out there. Actually i did a good deed before. I got here before about this. Not did you do the deeds. Good d- oh yes. Take back my left coming. Good for good. Deeds you've put money in the salvation army bucket at walmart truck in santa claus so what i did is at the same eleven and And i had had the eighteen pack. I looked at the family. It was a single mom. Three kids gained some chips and celebrities with a single mom. Get the fuck. Have you doing the wedding ring as well. The thing is like will. She reminded me of my mom. You know they were going through. Some type of struggle and struggle is just right there. So is there for everybody. It doesn't matter if you're rich. You know what i mean. Whatever it is you know but this this this particular woman Reminded me and my mom when i was young and we were going through that struggle. So what i'd like to do and this is literally just happened today. she let me go in. I bought the eighteen pack. I pulled out forty bucks. i said. look a favourite. he goes yeah manually. pay nausea nano. See these forty bucks. I want you to go ahead and and pay for their stuff and and just kill the forty bucks all the way to the end for the three guys in the back so whatever whatever you could get out of this forty bucks pay for this look for this woman ran her kids and then on the other two guys then or three guys that go. How did he feel though. Because as a former cashier he probably wasn't going to balance his drawer pocket yet. No no. it's just a pain in the ass because you gotta like gotta do math and you. You're gonna make sure you balance at the other night. I remember one time. I gave his knick's. I gave this lady when i was in high scores working. What's up to the panama. Dig- jackson market and This lady showed me like a shitload of wicks like from top to bottom. She's pulled it out bunch of wicks and i accepted all of them hanging. Fuck scatting all whatever whatever and then. My boss caused me in the next day they You accepted three hundred dollars worth of expired weeks yesterday. You're in big trouble my bad i'm gonna fuck them in high school. I got a d. frigging economics. I live well. Yeah no it was. It was cool. It made me feel good. That did that. But i didn't do it on purpose but at the same time i was like well. Good for her she she she made it through. You know she really needed that shit and that was my last good deals twenty years man and you just walked out. You just walked. Also that's it she. She didn't know she well. This is what i like to do. I do that like once once a year or two just the month of december doesn't make you feel there doesn't make you feel makes me. It makes me feel really good to be honest. is just. It takes me back to to where i come from from from the first episode like i said i was. I was young. I was washing cars. My pops up you know. And so i like to pay i to paying full. Yeah you know what i mean. Even ford yeah pay for they go assizes melillo ultra. How many in your life would you say. Good okay mic. Look i fact check. 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What Up Patna

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Welcome to the. This is a new episode. What to all my partners sled man how we feel in the night plan with any great. And now everybody's doing graduates right. Sounds like you got to drink. Their slid positively oregon. Nothing to say all of the above. I said how are we doing tonight. We're doing great pal man. How are you feeling that you're currently looking across the table and there's no bigger well there's the big ass black hole empty hallway here in your heart or off the above. He brings a certain energy to the table. And it's just not there but we feel his aura still. Yeah i felt something might over. The back of my net here is standing up. It was weird i got. So what's up to my pattern. Nick lockout. they're welcome. Back to the doj joe nichols are world famous. Fact checker all right. He's faster than the average theory. 'cause fucked up. What a planner saying. What's up here. Awfully got a good show. They'll wait on drew brown but once he gets here utah. He don't take long to get into effect. He walks in heart why he had he cocked. I think he does. Is he parks. And he just works on it and he walks in. Go hard on stuff tries to show off. Insist don't pay. Don't look at it as hard on. When he walks in up to the pilot day. Welcome back to the doj will partner. It's a pleasure. Having you back the pilot david key missile known got a little faded. Would've last time but tonight we're gonna get a lot. Faded what partner. What a partner was cracking. She welcome back dougie. Thank you good to be back. Did you expect a big tonight. Or how are you feeling. Then i still. I still feel like he's here even though i'm like one of his legs you know Whatever he's doing if anybody. Ceo so you feel like one of his legs is with us. we're all transformers a bigger. Oh i'd be one of his. You'd be like one of the burns so bad so you're the third leg. Hello hello so man. Welcome back to the doj. Oh it's a pleasure avenue back for those who don't know the partner here has been on a couple episodes and i'm fired up to have them back. You know we we give them a call and say we need you to the doj tonight bodies that you know what i'll be right there and the mother showed up bad beer and the guys ready to go and he's fired the football club. Welcome back plattner. Went up on them. I'm good i'm happy. Thank you for having me here again. Southall single mamas up there. I'm be giving my number out. Oh you're real number. A real number know shit so stay. Tuned say their own Like the i can get the area code real quick.

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What Up Patna

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Lt and detective hefner in the question here from cables now reporting live Well well did by any chance When is there any weren't winning. Apprehend criminal here. This shouldn't take too long. We went to our local Street tacos and asked around and by by some miracle this this big guy this law or he got he got there fas- so we're just we're following the trails of the nasa three plus three bucks where we're following all that right now right here from w k balls as well. I've got a question for you. Detective there's chatter out there that big as currently He hasn't checked in with an his loved ones. He withdraws funds from his bank account. Have you had a chance to look into his finances or are we to early on in the investigation. Well i will say this. He grabs his right hand. Puts it in his right pocket. Put it on his left hand and puts it in his left pocket so a so we were safe to say. He's closed all his bank agains. Yes he had a dollar fifty to his name. Wow thank you listening. Hefner misbehavior from here. Do you have any leads us. Based on case here any any any other witnesses day no were Was it his ex. Wife was an ex wife for An old friend that Got him going out of his mind. I believe there was a sock leveled seatbelt. And because he was wearing socks it was They were high so the higher. The soccer downer the full. You know what i and folks were. We're getting reports that that was the end of the press conference. Atip just came in and the lead detective had run off. I wanna thank you all for joining us on the emergency situation. We have now on the ground with disappearance of bigger. We'll be back and hopefully we'll have updates for you throughout the episode otherwise disappears big out folks prayers for bigger. We miss them We podcast newsroom. Are really worried about his mental state. we are worried about the evidence. Detective laid out. We're worried about the questions that theodore's coming west. And the the witnesses by far are not that credible. One of them was drawn. The other one barely spoken english. Or i'm a little worried that we not have no leads other than the taco guy that detective mentioned Thank you for tuning into night. It's to be a dope past show because this is the water of podcast missing bigger. We got the pilot. Dave mr well-known up in the mother furger lead man. And we've got nick lok. Welcome to the potty pal. As john maclean would say what. I'm talking about partners out there..

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What Up Patna

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Yeah duta to reporting live from the what podcast newsroom. Where he got your local anchor putting their jim. Thank you very much for tuning in tonight. we have emergency situation. We have a missing person. Mr big is reported missing as of. Oh nine hundred. We're going to the chopper out. And we've got a scene of the last known place. He was visible. Yeah we're flight above head with the last known. Location for bigger reporter down on the ground theodore. What's going on down there. Alot ruin alter yes. This is the adore. buchanan ruben. Reporting live down here at the scene. Hey here i have. The night witnessed here. His name is one garner. Wanted to garner. What did you see your today. Oh yes mr brooklyn is really like what you report on the on the cases you're on a happy to meet you. It sounds like you got down there there theodore. Can you ask him what he saw. Does he gave that. Does he have any idea. What may have led to the events of big missing. Mr juan gardner. Exactly what did you. What did you see today from your neighbor across the street i was right here to cutting the grass and from from the corner of my eye. See this big guy. I don't know he was big. And hey here's naked. Was running naked to give phone recording. I want to go and try to get won't and when i came back he was done. Did you see anything else. I he had a very smart. Thank you mr. John gardner have here. Rick molasses hell you doing rick. How's it going mr buchanan. Seeing this big guy running down the street. And i was driving down the street and he was running the same direction. I was and for a big guy. He is pretty fast. He actually passed me while i was driving. And i i mean. I couldn't believe it like i was in shock and i almost hit the curb because i never seen a big guy a guy that big rig molasses labor let me ask you a question mr. Have you been drinking tonight sir. Theodore academy we have breaking news. Now we're going down to the scene. The the lead detective is actually gonna make a press conference. Detective is gonna make confidence listening on that. Now theodore might learn everybody high on the lead detective camping. I can't really talk too much about it. But we did an investigation. We had a blue light and at at the back door. We also found a g stream or x. with some skid marks on it That's all i could say. Take up bang. Nick logo to podcast. Yes he stig marks. we're talking about. Are they asking mark. Nevada tire are it look are ozias straight ass and look like mr hanky had an audit all over the couch and brought four more. Mr hanky and on top of that. They took shit detective..

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What Up Patna

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"65%" Discussed on What Up Patna

"It took to the reporting live from the podcast news room. Where you got your local anchor mr their. Jim thank you very much for tuning in. Tonight's we have emergency situation. We have a missing person. Mr big is reported missing as of. Oh nine hundred. We're going to chop per out and we've got a scene of the last known place. He was visible above head with the last known. Location was for bigger. And we've got ours got a reporter down on the ground theodore. What's going on down there. Hello everyone alter yes or buchanan rabin reporting live down here at this gene. Hey here i have the night witness here. His name is wanda garner under garner What did you see today. Mr brooklyn is really like when you report on the on the on the cases iran. I ve very happy to meet you. It sounds like you got down there there. Theodore thank you. Can you ask him what he saw and does he know where big as does he have. Any idea what he's what might have led to the events of big missing. Miss your one one gardner. Exactly what did you. What did you see today from your neighbor across the street that i was right here cutting the grass and from from the corner of my. I see this big greek guy. I don't know he was being an an. Hey here's laken. I did not have time to give my phone recording. I wanted to go and try to get my phone. And when i came back he was done. Did you see anything else. He had a very smart. Thank you mr kwan. The gardener now we have here. Rick molasses doing direct. How's it going around. mr buchanan. Seen big guy running down the street. And i was driving down the street and he was running the same direction. I was in for a big guy. He is pretty fast. Oh he actually passed me. While i was driving and i i mean i couldn't believe in. I was in shock. And i almost hit the curb because never seen a big guy a guy that big rig molasses delivery let me ask a question mr. Have you been drinking tonight. Sir we can and we have breaking news. Now we're going down to the scene. The detective is actually gonna make a press conference lead. Detective is gonna make breath compromise listening on that now theodore. This is mike on everybody. Hi i'm lead detective campaign. I can't really talk too much about it. But we didn't investigation. We had a blue light and at at the back door we also found a g. stream borax widsom skid marks on it That's all i could say. Give up. bang nick nick local. What kinda podcast. Yes sir. Jim marks. you're talking about. Are they a mark on. A tire are are ozias straight ash. It looked like mr hanky had an orgy. All over the house and brought four more mr yankees and on top of that. They took a shit. Why is there detective detective in the question here from down here reporting live. Well well did by any chance. Is there any were winking. Apprehend this criminal here this. This shouldn't take too long We went to our local Street tacos and asked around and by by some miracle this this big guy this one again he got. He got there fast. So we're just we're following the trails of the anisa three plus three. Yes yes where. We're following all that right now. Eric right here. From w k balls as well. I've got a question for you. Detective chatter out there. That big a is currently He hasn't checked in with any of his loved ones. He withdraws funds from this bank account. Have you had a chance to look into his finances or we too early on in the investigation. Will i will say this. He grabs his right hand. Put it in his right pocket but it on his left hand and puts it in his left pocket. So so we're safe to say he's closed all his bank accounts yes. He had a dollar fifty to his name. Okay wow hefner zagged from w balls here. Yes you gave me leads us. Picks on the case here in any witnessed any other witnesses day. no well. it wasn't as ex. what was it an next wife or An old friend that got him going out of his mind. I believe there was a soccer level setca and because he was wearing socks it was They were high. So the higher the downer the full you know what i and folks were. We're getting reports that that was the end of the press conference atip just came in and the detective had a run off. I wanna thank you all for joining us on the emergency situation. We have now on the ground disappearance of bigger. We'll be back and hopefully we'll have updates for you throughout the episode otherwise disappears for big out there folks prayers for bigger. We miss them. We a podcast. Newsroom are really worried about his mental state. We are worried about the evidence that the detective laid out. We're worried about the questions that theodore's coming with and the witnesses by far are not that credible. One of them was drawn. The other one berry spoken english. Or i'm a little worried that we might not have no leads other than the taco guy that the detective mention so folks. Thank you for tuning in tonight. It's gonna be a dope past. Show this podcast missing bigger. We got the pinal. Dave mr well-known up in the mother. We got sled man. And we've got nick lok. Welcome to the party pal. John maclean would say what talking about partners out there. What a welcome to the joe. This is a new episode. What up to all my partners lead man how we feel in the night pine feeling great in everybody's graduates writes something to drink their slid. Manuel oregon. Nothing to say. Oh all of the above. I said how are we doing tonight great pal..

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Software People Stories

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"65%" Discussed on Software People Stories

"In this conversation Mike Greenie says his thoughts ends additions on looking from home in dispersed deem situation. Listen what does the disruption that you see in your teams when you have this dispersal that. Making a distinction between distributed teams and the dispersed teams. Met SUDDENLY LIKE. The police dispersed a crowd. Everybody goes in different directions not to their normal environment distributed teams would stay probably have some kind of an office at work and on it up but now you need to work from home. So what does that this option that you see in what dimensions of both individual level as lessening than a team level and how to handle this at a team level. Oregon individual or your thoughts are of course at an organization level. Also if there's going to be at least a sudden dip or an impact on the productivity or plans. You made how this to that. Horon views this going forward. I give you. My perspective might be a combination of individual team. I tend to organsation the macro picture of their team in sometimes as to me first of all. I should start off with two. I big in with my position right. My own Polish and has a believer that co located teams are the most effective teams. So that's a fundamental belief and all research and things porter dot at I firmly believe in data so from there if I take my own personal situation today. That's not practical as I speak right. Was it as the next four weeks or two weeks hopefully lesser. But it's likely to happen so that the question I come back and today as a coach I always go back and explain to people the way I have internalized values and did only one word Values that I say is the most important word and that probably keeps me in good stead that word to me the word court over. I lose something. Or what are the thing right and back is crucial to holding. So yes I value colocation or the fact to have a distributor team but today I would say I value safety of the society war the fact that we have a dispersal right so which meets internally. I'm able to clearly distinguish this right to me. I see a higher purpose. I can put that in front of me as my value. Edsel it fits in naturally as a person but I always felt good word in the whole state of value so the word over at any point if I know what I'm valuable it works and that is how I realize it for myself and I didn't want no the shit that comes back respite two teams and dispersal right and look first dispersal itself. Creek one important thing and that was going to be the loss of the water moment right every day. You run into people right. It's not about the fact that I have a formal meeting with somebody. The value of dot can still be sort of rating it is about the sidebar conversations. You have with people. It could relate hearted or it could be something serious. Does that you can share. Because you're meeting the present face to face our deck moment you're willing to share and I and that bill thrown into something now. These spot of it is water. We potentially are going to Miss Oak. Right I fully. The formal mechanisms can tend to were given the fact that I work. All of a sudden they work in the tech sector and most of us are used to some sort of a remote working different points of timing. Gary and work. So how do you hate people to get water? Cooler moment is a question. That's going on in my mind if you were to ask. That is on the People's thinking now if I stood up a little farther right You know how seven decades of expedience or then the all work with inkster who probably have just begun the carrier right who have just a couple of months to a year or two working experience many of these people if you take. Bangalore where we all are migrants and who lived or are living all under own Nelson for the the social distancing can create a little more limited isolation. Right question is. That's what we were discussing with. People is it away by which people can have some sort of a light hearted banter right and maybe decide not flawed groups. They don't train circle right even using your office zoll office. What would we do conferencing facility? They actually the only thing. Is your two products now just like the way you plan to go for Earlier but you have to plan a predefined time and do that so that you can keep that sense of belonging to me. These things would probably be the biggest things that will have to be handled in the ancient now a couple of other smaller things from individual perspective. I think he is the fact that families did with you know that can cut both ways. If you're working all task you can sort of try to work it over finalist. I just to be interspersed. It is actually beautiful. But if you're busy in something and some people who have small kids because everybody's into same situation right now get affected eligible. Actually I just got off a message. From one of Wyatt's chrome Moscow state very interesting to raise our kids that five year old already put aboard on the war on their own. Gore saying nobody allowed entry into Michael. Without Permission Right. What does as? Hey you're telling me I can't come to your all you have to trust that so it's good. Actually children learn very rapidly. No I mean they actually had. We think they do not have to make this work. It's going to be the Florida meetings I think can work. Yes Luther. It'd be a little less effectiveness. Sexual Kate and given the circumstances. I think it adds because the fact that we can do it but also for those of us who are living in Bangalore today it's a boon on an average of our day income tax. How icy at an organizational level the question will be how you keep people feeling still belonging clock innovation and more importantly Ho. Can You bring this out into people? What were to join the organization newly ARWA JUST JOIN? And that's a little harder task because For them to embrace your company culture or the way that people behave right. It's all going to be a little challenging. I hope we all will grow at some sort of a real body for them and try out of things so maybe a couple of buddies not even a buddy so that we can help them out. That's what I would say. Organizations could look. I will pass here see whether it makes sense Shuji. Yes any all of them make very good sense particularly the watercooler moment which is something that I was also wondering in how to create that. Because if we try to simulate it in. Let's say a tool like slack or any other it would still probably mean interruptions visually. You can probably see maybe setting the state as having some team moms to will go a giant or when we will do something is probably something not an experiment and the other one interesting when the kids your said that they put up a sign saying permission no intimidation while being together. We also creating the social distancing too much and maybe we can extend that to social media distancing on one hand we need the social media to be connected but the Kaliningrad isolated. You're talking about the migrant yard that is definitely true if I'm staying in a PD. And then at the V of us in the room. I probably have two to one corner to maintain the physical distance and at the same time. I need to get some interesting challenge. Actually master was just reporting back. Helpless victory was. Hey he said The do she's Tara husband and child. Who THE DIMENSIONAL. Life Day to make a jealous challenging and now. She says they're all both of them. Are having a good hockey lofoten staying at home when working right apperently that will have teamed together and constantly coming back looking at having fun attacks. But she says all light-hearted and more importantly she says Did he get together? And how they're all meet together right lunch together dinner together so yeah maybe new things that you're discolor which you could not afford or model so why not make the best use of in it lasts just might in having a lunch with your family. Every duff introduce what he in fact. Interestingly yesterday evening very long time of Sunday night played badminton on the Perez ended. Wanted some maybe. There are some benefits to Schools six are concerned. I think it'd be there. I want to see some tools can clear like Arabia which some rules can provide people for example. Let's say take your point of time. It's like you go to a party. Halt Right. So people cluster different places and have a chat is like you can have a bigger room and then people know something's going on here and I can just walk into one of those and then spend some time exit from dot co two out of the right. I don't know people. I hope somebody will come with some creative ways in which they can simulate this and enjoy it because I've seen different people right. Even you know some people like to seek out. Some people like to respond and some people just like to observe and then want from one group on the group that we hopefully people will find some techniques that we help people to simply some of these things right and people feel good about it. We can go to throw and go to those old Internet audio and some of the modern platforms do offer. Creating Malla groups can go joined Lee to good ideas such unique. Thanks hope that the medes useful themes need to experiment than like say the one universal answer like you said that one word manifesto independence. It depends on context. Please stay safe stay at home and adopt what actors can do. Tell us so. That the community can benefit a Thanks thanks thanks. You please share your experiences on what's working and what's not this way. We hope to help others and ourselves navigate the time in the best possible way. Do write to us with your insights and thoughts at podcasts at PM Hyphen. Baba CONSULTING DOT COM. Can your fixed income stand the test of time? Markets changed but the role of fixed income. Shouldn't that's why for more than forty years. Mfs has stayed true to our traditional approach. We call it essential fixed income. Find out more at mfs dot com slash fixed income..

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