35 Burst results for "72"

The latest in sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports. I'm Bruce Morton. Buffalo moved back atop the AFC east by winning at New England 24 to ten. Josh Allen threw two TD passes for the bills who are now 9 and three just ahead of 8 and three Miami. College football, starting in 2024 more teams will have a chance to win the championship. The playoffs will expand to 12 teams up from the current four pro basketball and the only activity on the Thursday NBA card, the pistons went overtime to unpleasantly surprise Dallas one 31 one 25. College hoops, just one matchup involving a couple of AP top 25 teams. Second ranked Texas defeated number 7 creighton 72 67. Meanwhile, a shocker in Salt Lake City as Utah wallops number four Arizona 81 66. Hockey a rare loss for New Jersey, the Devils took the ice winners in 16 of 17, but they fell in overtime to Nashville for three. Bruce Morton AP sports

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Musk says granting 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Musk says granting 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts

"New Twitter owner Elon Musk says he's granting Amnesty for suspended accounts. I Norman hall. Online safety experts say Twitter owner Elon Musk's decision to allow suspended accounts to return will spur a rise in harassment hate speech in misinformation. The billionaire's announcement came after he asked in a poll posted on his timeline to vote on reinstatements for accounts that have not broken the law are engaged in egregious spam. The yes vote was 72%, but such online polls are anything but scientific and can be easily influenced by bots in the months since Musk took over Twitter groups that monitored the platform for racist anti semitic and other toxic speech say it's been on the rise. On Norman hall

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Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last week

Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.

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Jones, Barkley lead Giants past Texans 24-16 for 7-2 start

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jones, Barkley lead Giants past Texans 24-16 for 7-2 start

"You knew when the Houston Texans faced the New York Giants Sunday the running backs would be a big part of the story and they were rookie Damian pierce racking up 94 yards while saquon Barkley carried the ball a career high 35 times for a 152 The difference though when the Giants 24 16 home win was the defense forcing two turnovers and limiting the Texans to field goals in their last two possessions The giant 72 started their best since going 8 and one to start the 2008 season Matt Michael she's Rutherford

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Swedish cyclist pedals to Egypt to raise climate awareness

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Swedish cyclist pedals to Egypt to raise climate awareness

"A 72 year old Swedish activist has cycled from Sweden to the cop 27 climate conference in Egypt to deliver a simple message stop climate change Dorothy hildebrandt traveled for four months from her hometown of Catherine home in Sweden to the cop 27 venue in Egypt She Cris crossed Europe and the Middle East until she arrived in shaman Sheik at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula held a branch believes we all have to make sacrifices to save the planet and wanted to highlight this to world leaders To stop the change of the climate And even if it is uncomfortable for us we have to do it because it wasn't comfortable for me to see this long ride And I just made it to show you you can if you will Protests at this climate talk summit have been muted in comparison to previous summits Many activists blame Egyptian government restrictions on large protests as well as the high cost of travel and accommodation to the venue I'm Karen Chammas

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Binance Signs LOI to Acquire FTX.com

Ethereum Daily

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Binance Signs LOI to Acquire FTX.com

"Binance signed a non binding letter of intent to acquire its rival FTX dot com. The deal does not include FTX U.S., which operates as a separate entity. Binance CEO CZ said FTX CEO Sam bankman fried reached out for help amid a liquidity crunch. FTX dot com has seen over $6 billion in user withdrawal requests over the last 72 hours. The move comes after binance announced plans to liquidate its position in FTX and declined and offered to have its position purchased from Alameda research, which is also owned by SPF. According to Reuters SPF approached other cryptocurrency exchanges, including oks before reaching a deal with binance, semaphore also reported the FTX was looking to raise more than a $1 billion from investors by midday on November 8th, the exchange is suspected of having a multi-billion dollar hole on its balance sheet after reportedly landing assets to Alameda research. The acquisition is currently pending due diligence from binance before a decision is made. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong assured users that the exchange has no material exposure to FTX or FTT and no exposure to Alameda research. Coinbase also published a blog post disclosing it holds $15 million worth of operational deposits on FTX, coinbase claims it never repurposes customer assets and holds user funds one to one. The statement comes as FT axis liquidity crisis ripples through the market akin to the collapse of Luna three arrows capital and Celsius,

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Binance Said to Waver on FTX Deal

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Binance Said to Waver on FTX Deal

"It is amazing how quickly things can change in this space. And that is what we're going to spend a good chunk of today talking about. Now, to get you caught up, all sorts of stuff went down yesterday in which sandbach and freed of FTX said that they had come to an agreement with CZ a binance for binance to acquire FTX dot com, pending, do diligence on the part of binance. Now, according to a source today, binance is leaning against getting this deal done. They took a look under the hood and it's not looking good according to a source talking to coin desks the analysis. This is a highly fluid situation, something that has captured the markets and mainstream attention as FTX and binance inch toward a possible takeover. There's so much to go into on this one. Really crazy stuff has been going on in the trading world in the past 48 to 72 hours. But here we are now on the cusp of possible deal, but then again, maybe not. I'm going to throw this to Wendy for her initial thoughts on this whole binance FTX thing, which is just gone crazy and so quick. What's up? So there is definitely a lot to talk about here. There's a lot to break down. I want to come in with this from a business perspective. Business perspective means the LOI, the intent to purchase FTX or to acquire, to save them, is just an intent. It doesn't mean that it's actually going to happen. A lot of people are complaining, especially on Twitter saying that binance kind of started this whole thing by fighting FTT, et cetera. But realistically, that might not be the actual case. CZ did put a memo out a statement out indicating what kind of happened. We don't know the exact story because we're not in internally. One thing I will say from a business perspective, it might not make sense after they do their due diligence process to actually acquire FTX. Another thing that's very important to note is FTX U.S. and FTX official or FTX international are completely two different companies. Right now, FTX U.S. is safe to use. However, people should still consider getting their cryptocurrency off of the exchange. I did that yesterday

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 Amnesty: Egypt has days to save jailed activist's life

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Amnesty: Egypt has days to save jailed activist's life

"Human rights group Amnesty International warns the proceedings of cop 27 in Egypt could be stained by the death of one of the country's leading rights activists The group's secretary general Agnes calamari says Egypt had the more than 72 hours to save the life of jailed dissident ala Abdel Fatah who's also a British citizen if the authorities do not release him within days the activists on a hunger and water strike the crisis shines a spotlight on Cairo's human rights record as a wide reaching crackdown continues under president Abdel Fattah el sisi calamari said at a news briefing in Cairo if they don't want to end up with a death that they should have and could have prevented they must act now

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Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | Last month

Poll: More Black & Hispanic Voters Lean Republican

"So some brand new polling data out from USA Today, this is the USA Today Suffolk university poll, and again, you can't, you can't take these that face value, but you can glean some information here from this polling data. Now, in the last midterm elections, that was back in 2018. Democrats destroyed Republicans among black voters 92% of the black vote. Republicans only garnered about 6% of the black vote. Democrats also in that same election cycle, they defeated Republicans among Hispanic voters 72% to 25%. I mean, it was pretty overwhelming. And that was the data that Pew Research came up with. But now things are changing, and according to this USA Today, Suffolk university poll. 40% of Hispanics and 21% of blacks are now backing Republican candidates. That is a massive shift. We're talking about huge numbers. Black support get this 15 points from 6% in the last midterms to 21% now. Hispanic support jumping 15 points to 40%. That's phenomenal. And again, the numbers are going to fluctuate. No doubt about that. We've still got 7 days to go. A lot can happen in those 7 days, but if these numbers hold, you are looking at a Republican tsunami on election day.

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Lee Zeldin: There's No Room for Violence Anywhere

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | Last month

Lee Zeldin: There's No Room for Violence Anywhere

"Lee zeldin put it best. And this is the guy who very well might be the next governor of New York. And here's part of the reason why it's answers like these. July 21st, over this past summer, I was giving a speech for the campaign. It was the first of 14 campaign rallies over the course of about 72 hour period in someone came on stage and he had in his hand what appeared like brass knuckles. It was a couple of sharp daggers and fortunately we were able to react, grabbed his wrist, a bunch of people detained him and then law enforcement arrived quickly to resolve it. Around the same time, whether it's the targeting of pro life pregnancy centers, it's the targeting of Supreme Court justices, whether regardless of what branch of government you are, what your party is, what your ideology is. There's just no room for any of this type of violence or even threats of violence as part of the process. It's not hard to condemn an act of violence. And we all should be able to do it. Thankfully, most of us will. And we should. And we should.

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Are Women Offended by Men Like Dylan Mulvaney?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last month

Are Women Offended by Men Like Dylan Mulvaney?

"Told people yesterday about this guy. His name is Dylan Mulvaney, and he's on this road to becoming a woman. Which is basically he's making a mockery of I've never that's not how a woman behaves. No. He counts like every day he's a woman. I'm like do you do that? Do you wake up in the morning and you little bar lows, waking you up, licking you on the face? Oh God. The alarm's going off. Mister producers like honey. Take the dog out. Rise and shine. It's day 72 of being a woman now. No, I don't know what day I'm on. A lot more than 200, I can tell you that. You know, I'm wondering, grace, before we play this audio, I'm just curious to know if women are offended by these transgender people. These guys who think that being a woman is about wearing makeup and talking with a high pitched voice. Oh, I'm looking at me. I'm a woman. Todd you're a little too good at hear me roar. I mean real too good at that. Is that what it's really all about? I mean, and dressing flamboyantly and accentuating your parts. That's news to me, but I'm just wondering if women find that offensive, because that's what these transgender guys they're making a mockery of what it means to be a woman. I feel like they're like, oh, it's easy. Look at me. I became a woman, no big deal. So there is one specific well, there are several specific areas of the human anatomy that would qualify one to be a female. This is true. And so this guy Dylan Mulvaney, who's a popular person on the TikTok, and was invited, and this is why this is important. This moron was invited to The White House. He was invited to sit in the Oval Office and interview President Biden. Now, keep in mind, President Biden will not sit down in front of actual journalist,

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Doug Reflects on the Gettysburg Address

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | Last month

Doug Reflects on the Gettysburg Address

"The Gettysburg address was in November 19th, 1863. If you study the Civil War, the battle of Gettysburg was really a turning point in the war. It was a very bloody battle, many lost, but it was the stretch or the furtherest stretch up of the confederate army into Pennsylvania. And really what hands on that battle was really how far up the southern army would go. Could the Union Army stop them at this point in time, there was, frankly, the southern army was making a lot of headway in through Virginia through the neighborhood to move on into Pennsylvania. We were seeing just the beginnings of the battles on the west. This would be for grant came out of later. But November 19th, 1863, it was a turning point in the war in the victory for the Union Army there was very important in what eventually became the defeat of the confederacy and the defeat of the confederate army. But it took a great deal. There's so much we could go into. I mean, I'm one who enjoys studying battles and history moments. I've also been asking times to do talk about doing a podcast events that changed history, you know, things like what had happened if the battle that pickets charge and all these went differently. It Gettysburg. What if the German Army had decided to not stop at the English Channel had went ahead and had a full blown invasion of England. There's so many historical thoughts. I mean, Japan and not stopping at Pearl Harbor, but continuing on in different ways along the West Coast of the United States. All of these things that didn't happen, but if had, what were they done to change the world? These are the kind of things that are fascinating to talk about to see what the could have been. The Gettysburg battle was one, though, that the way it came out did solidify what would be our union from here to come. So in looking at this speech, it's not a normal space. Number one. In the sense of, you know, today, you know, there's only 270 something words in this speech. You know, 72, 75, depending on which way you count the words. This will be more remarks in today's language. This would be, you know, the very simple remarks given and at an event that, you know, people wasn't expecting a whole lot.

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Shula's legacy stretches beyond perfect season and football

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Shula's legacy stretches beyond perfect season and football

"I have century later NFL icon Don Shula's 1972 Miami Dolphins record of a perfect season remains intact and so do the respect and admiration of Shula the Hall of Famer died in 2020 at age 90 Shula's grandson Dan says Shula wand right way He did it in a way that was without controversy without making a bunch of enemies everywhere Shula said in the 1996 interview that his approach to the game after a quarter century never changed from day one To make this the best football team that it could be 72 dolphins finished 17 and one Super Bowl 7 Nobody's ever done it before 72 and nobody's done it since I'm Norman hall

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Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in "Harry Potter," dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in "Harry Potter," dies at 72

"Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane has died a cause of death was not given He was 72 Robbie Coltrane played a tough crime solving psychologist on the TV series cracker but he's best known in movies as rubius Hagrid Keeper of keys and grounds at Hogwarts Hagrid was the first to tell Harry Potter You're a wizard Harry Hagrid is supposed to be 8 feet tall in the Harry Potter movies In a 2004 interview Robbie Coltrane talked about advice he got from author J. K. Rowling She said imagine a west country hells angel who comes into the pub and everybody parts

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Live Updates: Russia-Ukraine-War

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

Live Updates: Russia-Ukraine-War

"One week after Ukrainian forces took back a small town in the Carson region residents talked to the AP about their experience a bridge lies destroyed an abandoned by a nearby river in the town of bellica oleksandrivka burnt out cars litter the streets aside from an elderly man on a scooter the streets are almost empty 72 year old tetyana Pazuzu is deeply scarred by the Russian occupation of her town in August after a strike hit the yard of her neighbor tetyana ran to see if everyone was okay minutes later when she was entering her home her house was hit twice It was a disaster a complete disaster There was not a single peaceful day We were hiding in the shelter and planting in the garden when there was no shelling Local government worker Alexander sultan was taken captive by the Russians for a few hours He was released after they realized he had no information on Ukrainian troops I'm an optimistic person but I'm still frightened as you can see the war hasn't come to an end yet I'm Karen Chammas

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Gordon Chang and Sebastian 'Red Team' a Hypothetical Cold War II

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Gordon Chang and Sebastian 'Red Team' a Hypothetical Cold War II

"Red team. So that U.S. Army concept where you're trying to think like the enemy. When the war kicks off and some nations decide to robustly support the Ukraine, especially the British, the Baltic states and Poland, and Poland says we have Soviet era equipment. We have MiG 29s at the Ukrainians know how to fly. We are happy to quote donate them to Ukraine. If America backfills and replaces them with the F-16. First noise is out of the Department of Defense. Oh, absolutely will do that. And within four days, the Biden administration, the State Department with the arrogance of almost post colonial sense, say we don't think the Ukrainians need those. So we know better than the people who are actually fighting what they need and they renege on the deal with Poland. In terms of quote unquote, American leadership, how does Beijing look at that 72 hours? You know, and it was not only The Pentagon. It was, I remember blinken, the Secretary of State, actually said, yes, this is something we're going to do. I think they look at it at Biden and say, Biden was intimidated by the nuclear threats of Putin. And so therefore Beijing worked. It worked. So that's really been a bad deterrence message. When Biden took nukes off the table, then Putin said, of course I'm going to invade. And that has been the lesson for China. The other lesson that China got from this is that the sanctions, yes, they've hurt Russia, but they haven't stopped Russia. And China is thinking, western sanctions, even if they dare to impose it on great China, they're not going to stop me from doing whatever I want to do. So I think those are the lessons that China has taken away from the war. They're not the lessons that we want them to take away, but it's the lessons that, in fact, they have taken away. It's not what you want. It's the facts on the ground, and that's why we listen to Gordon.

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Judy Tenuta, brash 'Love Goddess' comedian, dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Judy Tenuta, brash 'Love Goddess' comedian, dies at 72

"Of sums up the kind of performer that Judy tenuta was brash with the sensitive side to her the veteran comedian who called herself the goddess of love has died at age 72 her publicist says she was a very funny amazing performer Her heart shaped face and poofy hair with the flowers stuck in it as an accessory gave her the appearance of being sweet and innocent but then she would open her mouth and say outrageous things like this time in 1994 in which she said she had no sympathy for Roseanne Barr and Tom Arnold's marital issues Oh those pigs those grazing at us That

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Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

"It should be the month in which your finalizing actual appropriations, actual plans, actual stuff. But as we've come to find out, this is, you know, and we experienced this, we even who we are majority is, we got a very broken appropriation system in D.C., and in a lot of reasons for that, but it needs to fix. A lot of stuff's being talked about now about adding on how far the CR continuing resolution is going to go. Give us a little bit of an update on what that looks like and how we can fit that in. Sure. I think right now, I mean, this week in D.C. is what I call a filler week. You understand what I mean. We're voting on suspensions. We're doing some of those things because the Democrats in the Senate are trying to negotiate whether they can get Joe Manchin's super secret top secret permitting Bill attached to it, and they've got 72 House progressives who said they aren't going to support it. Bernie has already come out against it. And at the same time, you're trying to negotiate whether the CR will run until December or potentially till January. So my guess is the permitting stuff will end up off the bill. I don't know how they get there. They're not getting a lot of sympathy from Republicans on the Senate side, permitting is something I actually know a little bit about, considering North Dakota and the oil and gas in the shale boom. I don't think any Republicans have been brought into the conversation on this. So my guess is by the end of this week, I mean, if I had to guess and this is just game theory, we'll find out that the permitting stuff's going to be stripped off, which is what I said when the original build back mansion Bill came to the floor anyway. You

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"72" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"72" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Would like them to reskin the apes as, I don't know, mascots. Let's try that next. They're going to just, it feels ridiculous. Hey, someone's going to listen to this from you, and they'll be like, that's a great idea. Quick, steal that kid's idea. My kid got some 29 years old. All right, anyway, let's go ahead and wrap this show up, right? So this has been another edition of cryptocurrency aftershock. We do really appreciate you being here. We do this show every single Wednesday. We make really bad jokes, and frequently you caught up on everything that's going on in the world of web three. Make sure you're subscribed over on YouTube, give us a like if you enjoyed the content. Leave us a comment if you think that we need to work on something or you want more information on a story that we covered in this specific edition. But otherwise you can certainly check out our interview series where Richard this week sat down with, I believe it was Alexei Cortez, right? That's right. And talked about that earth. As y'all know, we have Aggie coming up this October 28th. She's one of the speakers, so she gave a little taste of what she's doing over at dot earth, and then also what she's going to be talking about on her panel, which she's leading a panel discussion on Dallas, which we discussed today. And also another reason why you'd want to join us over on YouTube for all those who are listening to this right now in your cars are wherever you're doing. Why you want to come and watch this sometimes because sometimes you might even just get a surprise guest where Steve wears a whole dress shirt and this is a rare sighting. I hope you all come and eat this up. Look, man, just because I'm so fly, doesn't mean you gotta put me on black. Well, look guys, it's been another great aftershock. Please feel free to get at Richard or I on Twitter, my handle is at Steve Miller underscore. You can find him at Richard carthon. I host a couple other Twitter spaces over there throughout the week, we'd love to have you stop by and chat with us live. But until next time guys, stay cryptocurrency. And we will see you on the next episode. Cheers. Thank you for joining us for another episode of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a cryptocurrency and blockchain education platform that's bridging the gap between the curious newcomers for just discovering the space and the thought leaders who are shaping its future. All opinions expressed by Richard carthon, the cryptocurrency team and their guests on this show are exclusively their own opinions. This show in any other cryptocurrency production is exclusively for informational purposes.

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"72" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"72" Discussed on Quizbeard

"This value more commonly known? 24. In space, what type of stellar explosion can reach temperatures of up to 1 billion °C. And finally, number 25, in which film of 1967 does actor Sidney Poitier deliver the line. They call me mister tibbs. All right then, some answers for today's quiz round one was oil. Number one derived from a type of gallows named after an elizabethan era executioner that name commonly applied to the framework supporting a drilling apparatus and an oil rig is Derek after the executioner Thomas Derek. Two. In the oil industry, the volume of one standard barrel in U.S. gallons is 42. Three. According to the international energy agency, the world's largest consumer of oil at around 19 and a half million barrels a day is the United States. Four. The organization founded in Baghdad in 1960 is OPEC, the organization of the petroleum exporting countries. And number 5, the country in which you would find the gawa field, the largest oil field in the world, is Saudi Arabia. Round two was barbers in the movies. Number 6, the film of 1988 in which comedian Eddie Murphy played numerous parts, including that of clarence of mighty sharp barbershop was coming to America. 7. Sweeney Todd was played in 2007 by Johnny Depp. 8. The Adam Sandler film in which he plays an Israeli army counter terrorist that wants to become a hairstylist is you don't mess with the zohan. 9. The film of 1940 in which Charlie Chaplin shaves a man to the tempo of brahms Hungarian dance number 5 is the great dictator. And number ten in the untouchables, the actor who was playing Al Capone when he's nicked by a razor is Robert De Niro. Round three was the what comes next round. Number 11, I asked you 1994 Forrest Gump 95 braveheart 1996 the English patient and it would be 1997 Titanic. These are best picture winners of the Oscars, 1994 to 1997. Number 12 was 41 Darren Clarke, 42, Thomas Bjorn, 43 per poore Carrington, and the answer here would be 44, Henrik stenson, and these are European rider cup captains from the 41st to the 44th. Number 13 was kings cross, Marley bone, venture street, and the fourth in this sequence is Liverpool street. These are London rail stations going clockwise on a UK monopoly board. Number 14 was Bill Bixby, Eric barner and Edward Norton, and the fourth in the sequence would be Mark Ruffalo. These are successive actors to play the alter ego of the hulk, doctor Bruce banner, or David banner in the case of Bill Bixby and the TV show. And number 15 was B, D, and F and this would be followed by H these are alternate letters in the alphabet starting with B. Four was general knowledge. Number 16, the capital of the U.S. state of Connecticut is hertford. Number 17, the part of the body a cockney would refer to as his Gregory is his neck. Gregory Peck. Neck. 18. Originating in Chicago in the late 60s, the musical band's name that borrows from three of the four classical elements is earth wind and fire. 19, the Olympic sport in which competitor might perform a clean jerk or snatch. His weightlifting. Number 20, the first non royal woman to appear in a British banknote was Florence Nightingale. Round 5 was the temperature round, number 21. In terms of temperature measurement, all those countries mentioned are the only remaining countries to use Fahrenheit as their primary method of measuring temperature. Number 22 before being renamed to honor under Celsius in 1948, Celsius was known as centigrade. 23, a temperature of -273.15 Celsius or -459.67°F is also known as absolute zero. 24 in space, the stellar explosion that can reach temperatures of up to 1 billion °, Celsius, is a supernova. And number 25, the 1967 film in which Sydney Poitier says they call me mister tibbs, is in the heat of the night. Well that's it for another quiz. Thanks for taking part. Please remember to get in touch if you want to suggest around and I'll try to include it for next time. I'll be back soon with another 5 rounds, so until then, take care and goodbye..

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"72" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

06:01 min | 7 months ago

"72" Discussed on Quizbeard

"Two. In the oil industry, what is the volume of one standard barrel in U.S. gallons? Is it 28? 35 or 42. Number three, according to the international energy agency, which country is the world's largest consumer of oil consuming around 19 and a half million barrels every day..

"72" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"I don't remember thinking about it even though it's about child sexual abuse and a man made a fucking bent plato and baby fat. I don't remember anything about it. It's slow it's weirdly. Written is it. Dean koontz book. Is this our actual april. Fools day episode. I know some people love this. And that's valid because i can't tell you what super duper wrong with it but it doesn't feel kimmy i yeah i mean my theory about what doesn't work about this book. We will talk about in off writing. But it's just not as human somehow outside of the structural issue that i have with this book and there's one major structural issue will get to waiter in the episode. The bare bones is that it's just not as well written there weren't as many things that stuck with me the way that king books usually have at least two or three things that really stick with you so i would like to kind of bring us forward to talk about what worth with this book. Because we're gonna spend a lotta time doing the opposite. Let's take sweet.

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"72" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"72 degrees in Boston at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don Huff. Here's what's happening. Governor Charlie Baker activating more than 200 members of the National Guard to help a number of communities deal with a shortage of school bus drivers. We'll try to serve as many communities as we can, because obviously the goal here Is to try to make sure if we have vehicles. We put people in who are qualified to drive him and do what we can to make sure kids can get to school. Here's WBC is Kim Tunnicliffe. They'll be stepping in as needed in Chelsea, Lawrence, Lowell and Lynn, where driver shortages have become a big issue and getting kids to and from school on time. 250 guard members will undergo training to drive school transport vans known as 70 vehicles, according to Chelsea City manager Tom Ambrosino. National Guide Driver of the bus That's Julie. License to drive buses and we'll have our normal monitors on their help assisting the riders. Ambrosino is confident the guard will get the job done, and Chelsea were certainly appreciative of the effort. The National Guard has assisted us in Covid before during a food distribution efforts a year and a half ago. So we're grateful for the governor's support. Cliff WBZ. Boston's news radio, who will be mayor of Boston, takes a major step forward tomorrow. With the city's preliminary election. Five candidates on the ballot, including city Councillor Anne Sasabe. George, I'm the right person for the job at this moment, you know when he says, I'll be George or commercials in hot pink signs everywhere, pushing her experience small business owner as a former classroom teacher. We've got a lot of work to do. She told me education and public safety of her priorities, but she has a touch of Menino's urban mechanic. In her to filling potholes, picking up the trash, making sure that the lights are turned on in the North End Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, also in the ballot, city councilors Michelle Wu and.

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"72" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"You have blocked everybody who you disagree with and it's because progress liberal friend. You have locked. Everyone you've disagree with and you think the world feels that way and so when i asked you about whether or not you had people on the show who felt like part of their privilege part of their privileges being taken away from them but they didn't see it it's privilege they just saw it as i wanted to follow up with. Do we think those stories should be amplified. Also i mean even though. I don't agree with them personally. Is it important to hear them in order to kind of understand where people are coming from or is it dangerous commitment in my passion. It's not about what stories should be heard. It's about reflecting the open discussion or the progressing of expanding. How we see one another and it. And i don't mean to bring in storytelling like oh storytelling fantasies. So naive norm with you right. But but i mean storytelling like i loved when i we didn't have them on the show but i would love to gena davis when she put together a foundation and when you look at data that she had researchers do is so extraordinary around story done eighty percent of all storytelling that we see around the world. Eighty percent of it comes out of the united states so when you think about biases who's perpetuating those biases we're really feeding into a great deal of him. She she found so much. Data around how decisions are made through storytime through narratives that really affect bottomline affect children's morale so much data that it was it was truly extraordinary. And even you're talking about real storytelling not not not not fictional storytelling. You're talking about people sharing their experience. No i'm talking about both right so if it comes out of media or films or television or cartoons or what have you on. The data was quite extraordinary. So i do think we always have to remember. I mean even science points to that when someone explain something or gives you data. The brain doesn't remember it. But if you tell a story there's connections with your brain fire off equally and your left and right hemisphere. There's something about stories that shift but look at our lives how we learn from our graham on our ground on what the truth was about our family and what we believed in what we did in all of that. It's that's why i go back to. Is there an opportunity here for us to start to bridge a narrative that's not onsides but is more on ways that we can disagree but we can disagree with still honor for one another and i think that's a very important thing because no one wins some arguing. I'm dealing with such high divorce rate but who who wants to. I mean i literally unless you're a debate group. I don't see people progressing. Anything from jest arguing. And that being the most i would disagree with that because i think that i wish more people would argue this my opinion. I wish people would argue more. Because i think some part of the problem we have again. We talk about politics mostly on this show but in dc that they won't even try to they won't even they won't even talk to each other you know. Get in the room. Yes and fight it out. Yeah argue it out and find a solution about motivation and intention. Right it's arguing. It's fine if your goal is to have if your goal is different. Find a solution right. I think that's different because what you're distinguishing about. Arguing goes back to what i said about the ninety. Eight percent of people avoiding conflict having fear of conflict or arguing than is a pathway not an end result and i think people put so much intention and focus around the argument or the disagreements that it becomes the end of the relationship. Or the avoidance of it. I'm talking about what's the author side of arguing yet. Have disagreements gabby top all of that but do you have an intention on the other side of this that we're actually both going to be better off because john's think we do and do you think we as a nation as a society. Do you think we do have an intention to get along or do you think that we are satisfied with what we're the i think at everyone's core unless there is something physiologically restricting it Like a deep mental health issue. Or something i think at its core. We're talking about that average. Human being every person wants to just have a good life wants to care for in whatever way their family wants to not be in in anything where they feel confined in or where they're in in any state of self loathing or anything they've been through. I mean at at anybody's core that you that you sit down and talk to. I think most people get very surprise. When you look at somebody for face value and then you go and have a conversation like this is really strange. Because i would have never thought we had this much in common. I would the last time you got mad at somebody every day every and like really got pissed at someone. I am innately in my constitution. A very aggressive person out of you really want my god. Yes okay well then tell me. When's the last time you got aggressive with someone. Was it someone you with someone you knew or someone you know i it was actually and and i think that a big but the deconstructing of my narrative and the importance of that is i built this to survive. What i didn't think i could be in life like no one was gonna hurt me. No one was gonna take anything from him. Because i was a woman of. I wasn't getting opportunities as a little girl or seen a certain way. I'm going to show them. I'm gonna have this chip on my shoulder. Whatever and you go through life. Like i did and i had great results and i could lead things but did i make people feel great. Did i make them feel like they felt or was. I like a herd person hurting people so for me. There's a lot of like. I think we all want to do. When we wanna be. Better people there is an unraveling and say you know because i learned this way cancelled. I'm sorry would you get cancelled if people knew these things know. You castle me no i. Don't i hate hated. I hate it. I hate it but i wonder i mean just because i gambling people too. I'm a jackass also term. I think nowadays. I mean in my head but i definitely know it through. The thing that i'm working through is can i be honest. Can i be truthful. But can i leave the other person empower in whatever way even when the truth hurts. Can't do you really come on now. When you're sitting there mad at somebody do you really try to. Do you really care what you're doing. I mean i don't. I'm just going to admit it if i'm pissed at somebody i'm not thinking until maybe a day later. I wish i had leaving. Craig do you go to that person. Two days later three days later. I wanna revisit that conversation now. If it's somebody who. I know someone who i know i do but i usually don't get asthmatic. People who i know. That's why somebody don't know building it's been a practice of mine. Like i can get edgy fast. And i can be really intimidating very quickly and it's something i want to be responsible for but it's probably nothing that's ever to change. It hasn't gotten you where you are this this. I don't know this. You said the word chip on your shoulder but some people who do have that it gets them where they are. And i don't know that it necessarily is something we do a lot of. I can't decide whether i'd rather well let me put it this way. I personally would rather be jackass than a victim of circumstances. I would rather take care my shit and instead of allowing shipped to take care of me. So is there not strength. That comes from having a lot of the trials that you have been through. I mean you've you've gotten to where you are today. Because i'm not saying they were right to have to go through theirs benefit from them. Yeah yes but that means that what. I was informed by. Is that bad behavior gets rewarded when you produce results and i'm partially a product of that too so as human beings we're not an either or that's not how god designed us if people believe in guide or nature or what have you. There's no either or in life. There's many possibilities so when people get in this while you gotta do this or this and otherwise not going to work. I'm always like within. That means you're trapped in a certain set of beliefs that means you can. I mean it's not go back but are we doing that with. Aren't we doing with people who don't agree with on certain issues to like you've got to do it this way or else it's not right you've got you've got to be pro life or else you're doing this wrong. You gotta be pro choice in this wrong. You got to be anti immigration. I mean we mean every things are very black and white in twenty twenty one. America aren't thing. I think they've always been very.

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"72" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"It goes back to me being relieved when the doctor tells me. I have a brain tumor. It's all connected to that same like if we're not produce thing for somebody not even just for ourselves if we're not producing for someone else then. We are not like worthy of compassion empathy or even just food shelter. I mean it's it. Is that bad you know and when you spend like i was saying it was healthy for you know thirty plus years before this happened when you spend thirty plus years steeped in nat you. I didn't realize how. I would like to think that. I wouldn't have been that way but i didn't know any different so i look back and i think oh my gosh. I was kind of horrible person. Like i had no concept of who. I didn't know how bad things could be. Yes yeah yeah. Where all the cracks were. Because why would you. But it's like. I think that's like thing disability in chronic illness or disability communities Like as we all become aware of all of the possible cracks to fall through. You like realize the which ones either which ones don impact you or which ones don't impact you anymore and you're like. I'm so grateful that i bought in that crack. That's and these relative. Privileges are very real. Like i know that. I have many of them but like they're so cursed at the same time i guess is the point that i really wanted to make these weird cursed privileges of busted system. Yeah and they impact us. I think that was also wants to go and they they. This is what you're talking about like impact community relationships intra in insurer community relationships in for patients of like how patients perceive each other how patients see other are kind of communities represented in the media or perceived that they are treated by healthcare..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"So there's there's and i don't want to dismiss that at all because that's very very serious thing for anybody to deal with but it's it is not the same kind of thing it's easier to put away for twenty four hours by you go to you know whatever i was gonna say like family gathering not doing that right now either so but you know what i'm saying. Is that because your body isn't. It's not on if you're not thinking about it. Your body isn't necessarily some people's bodies aren't i'm like every generates a generalization. We both know that we make for like we know. It's not true for everybody but there are some people who get to live far less. Ethan's matic life after cancer treatment. At of course that doesn't undo the experience of having lived with cancer and knowing sarah yeah and also it's not the same as kiai management where a cancer takes on a really more chronic. I mean it is a chronic illness. It just isn't like they get put under different narrative umbrellas and i got hospitals. Yeah yeah right. And it's like from e part. I have a palliative care. Doctor and i go really to get treatment that is specifically cancer related like i take medicine for my fatigue. I you know those kind of things that like an ongoing deal that other people wouldn't necessarily have to endure if the cancer is quote unquote gone. Like there's so. I'm constantly it's weird. 'cause i feel like i- densify very very strongly with the chronic us community but also and this is self-imposed nobody in the chronic illness community has done this to me but i also feel like because i have a very specific very know at word. I wanna use here because people mess around with it I feel like. I have a sort of privilege because my diagnosis over people who either one don't have diagnosis at all or have these kind of lying diagnoses that nobody really understands well and that doctors don't even take very seriously you know i. I feel like that may be. I don't belong. Because i have such specific such a very seriously taken disease and again i want to reiterate nobody in the chronic illness community has made me has said anything to me to make me feel that way i just you know we internalize all of these things coming at us and sometimes i just sit with that feeling like i don't deserve to be treated like i don't know and then but then other people will be like. Oh well. i shouldn't complain because you've got cancer. And i'm like no no no. We are all valid here..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"And you're not just going to get over that in a a night young and that makes us the same way. It's it's really you know we've lost people and we have traumatized survivors groups way more than others. He no like i that. That's not something that we can just walk away from when natural threat of the viruses over there so much we still have to deal with so yeah it's like there's i mean ask illness show. I'm going to focus on one thing. But not because i think it's more important but it's like even just the health care. Workers are going like this is a generation defining event for healthcare workers on. I think it's probably like separate from how long cove is going. Define probably the healthcare for a long time. I think the experiences of all of these medical workers who as much as on the show the complaint about medical workers a lot experiences like of chronic goes healthcare or one thing acute emergency medical workers are doing a different thing and they are not they signed up and it's going to. I think really affect healthcare for everyone even more than the lockdowns already have affected alive. So now we're like out into speculation. Zone twenty has been like Yeah the entire year essentially entire year. But yeah i mean it feels like it. Is there anything that we haven't talked about that. You wanted to talk about. Not the nothing notes coming to mind. I just always feel like the thing is is talking about it. You know to develop date for myself to remind myself but also to let other people know that you know this. This is the thing that happens to whole lot of people. And you know if you feel if you feel like the world's against you it kind of is like you know you're not you're not making things up or over exaggerating. There are some definite hurdles to cross in. You know whether it's diagnosis or just living with you know illness. There are real hurdles. And how do you find. This is actually kind of talk about this a little bit earlier. But i haven't talked to that many people about cancer like the primary conversation would have you found community wise so you mentioned that like the type of tumor that you have is pretty rare. Did you look for other people who had really similar experiences looking for people might relate like how has that been for you finding community in this kind of between space i. I'm kind of a loner. Just by design. And i didn't actively seek community but i did just stumble into it. You know through twitter Mostly and have you know have found community air. I have literally no in person like cancer connections. My dad had cancer on. I know plenty of people who have had it but it's a different. It's just the different thing for everybody like my dad is no evidence of disease. He's not living the same life after treatment that i am you know so while he gets a lot of what i went through. He doesn't necessarily understand anything more than just an intellectual understanding of what life is like now rival day-to-day of living. Yeah yeah whip a chronic symptomatic experience. Yeah because he was one of the what we would call. You know a positive cancer story where things worked for him you know and he got he got to a point where the cancer i you know. They're they're still always that even for people that that are in remission or whatever you will hear them say they're still always that little thing like hanging out there could come back it could you know..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"I guess you know one of the Hype who mates having brain cancer. Is that my my government. Disability insurance has never been in question. Not enough you know like it's not. It's not saving my husband and i are from you. Know they approved it right away and they have never tried to take it away from me the supplemental insurance that i purchased through my employer. Was you know as a private insurance company that they they paid it for two years without much question and i was really shocked at the end of the two year period when they were like fine. Now we don't have to pay you anymore and i had to go through to appeals processes where you basically. It's the most horrible thing to put somebody who's sex through but you appeal to them not an independent third party or whatever you have to appeal to them with arbutus day. Yeah to say. Hey i really am sick and deserve these benefits. And they can do what they want. You have to get an attorney. I mean you just. There's there's no way And luckily i made just enough from that for it to be worth and attorney doing it on Contingency so that like they they would take a chunk out of those benefits after they won the case for me. I didn't have to pay up fronts. Were that's not the case they they can't even get an attorney because they don't have their their impoverished by their medical condition and they can't pay upfront and the attorneys will be like well. You know even if i win this for you. It's not going to be worth it to me to take on your case so i can't you run right unless they can fundraise like go. Fund me enough to hire an attorney to to go after these people right. It's a really horrible horrible system. But i did find an attorney. She was great. she helps me. You know get through the process and after a year they reinstated my benefits. 'cause i mean clearly there was. There was no none of my personal doctors. That was fine that i could do like they had. They had some doctors say oh shaken pushing poll thirty pounds and walked for thirty minutes. And i. I can't do any of that like not because i don't want to. I physically can't do it. And they were using that as a basis to deny my claim. Yeah and like you said is like one of the things that so like makes me want to pull my hair out about this is how clearly it demonstrates that like. It's not really about the documentation lake in because you mentioned this but like so many things..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Tumor. And that is bizarre. And i still have a little bit of like that. Grieving process over being given a diagnosis. That like whoa been of your whole life right. Like specifically named as like a scary thing medically and i still haven't like totally been able to just like outright greedy like i hear other people say they. Did you know it's just this long process. Because i'm still so happy to know what it is to be able to name it that i feel this sense of relief at the same time. It's conflicting with all of this. Like oh my god. It's cancer and it's not. Just it's brain cancer. You know that is as post be terrifying word. yeah understandably so yup ch- inside at the beginning where you you had senior you had been told by your pcp then got referred to like our narrow type person specifically it was yes. It was soon as soon as she found out about the tumor she called the hospital. Healthcare system here looking for a doctor to refer me to within the system a neurosurgeon and her allergist not a neurologist. I had already been to one but somebody that like with brain tumor was their thing on who whoever was in our system at the time was like on a sabbatical or something and not there and there was this interim guy that was doing doing work in that vein but he was not. He was not a full time right Employees of the hospital is so that that person was leaving town and so sh- she got a recommendation from him though for me to go to saint louis to barnes jewish hospital which is was two and a half hours from where i live. I think and so she did that. She called in. She got me set up with somebody who is like brain. Cancer is the only thing i do. And so then i that same day. I drove to the hospital and was omitted via the emergency room. Because that's how the doctor the neurosurgeon wanted me to do. It was just like oh the emergency room. Check in and tell that you're here to see me. You know so. That started my nine day hospitalization for this thing..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Paul her that she actually did and my husband was there in the room and the doctor kind of sudden her breath while i was walking down the hallway so she could analyze my gate. My husband said you know this isn't fibro. She said yeah. This isn't fibro so we went back into the exam room and she did like a physical like say where she actually like ten me. Take my shoes off and then did this with my feet. And then they were like it's called cloudiness. There's like a a nerve impulse or something that may end. Jews like whoa. Yeah and so. At that point. I said to her and this was after i had been researching. I was convinced. That i had an est- man that point i was there. Were so many things that matched up. And and i use the. If you're aware of the isabella symptom chapter symptom checker okay. Well it was can't remember. It was an affect on my phone. It might have been both just something online but you plug it in all your symptoms right. It throws this crab back at you which is like not something i recommend unless you are at your wit's end because it said m s and it said brain tumor when i put myself in. Yes so i mean. I was freaked out but trying to tell myself not to be freaked out. You know i knew. Columnist was a symptom. I didn't know. I had it because it was something that somebody had actually physically manipulate my body in a way right to figure it out i would never. I don't think i could do it if i if i wanted to talk later by accident. Yeah yeah so. I told her at that point. Can we rule out ms and then she was on board with doing that. You know and ordered an mri like right away or as soon as possible within the healthcare system but at that actually had to. There's a hospital..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Basically you're like this thing making sense. Yeah so during this time too. I did a whole lot of googling because nobody was helping me. You know. I we. All i mean i watch the nis void. I mean everybody who has ever encountered. Chronic illness has come across this. You know like wall of we're not going to help you but also we're going to degrade you you go searching for any information you don't tell you don't try to find it out yourself right not happening. That's the advice we have for you today. Yeah and it was really frustrating and i. I have a lot of medical trauma. And i'm you know. I'm not over exaggerating but a lot of trauma and a lot of baggage that i carry around with me to this day even with the diagnosis and the one that people take seriously you know i still carry that with me. I mean that's it was. It was really hard to go through that for just a couple of years and i know there people out there like decades with no and i just can't. I can't not empathize with everybody who who has experienced something like that because it really is hard. It's hard to deal with. Yeah it's so it's so disorienting when it's like my body isn't working the way that i expected to and the system that's supposed to help me isn't working the way that it's supposed to like this was failures multiple directions and then often the people around you aren't aware of how either of those other things are failing. Because they can't see it so they're just kinda lashed. Okay sure whatever you say in your kids. You see everything around exactly. No but i believe you do well. Some of them just outright didn't believe me. I mean you could there was. There was one nurse practitioner in particular. Who was i don't know what she was. Just not very helpful to me. You know and she. I don't feel like i ever did anything to to ruin. That relationship myself may be. I said something that just set her off at the beginning. And i wasn't aware but there was one point where i was struggling with all of the an i i remember saying to her you know will what if what i have. Is sarah negative. Because someone had said they had rheumatoid arthritis that did not show up and blood work. And when i said sarah negatives she laughed at me like i was too big for my britches using such word. And she wasn't even a doctor. She was just a nurse practitioner dealing with me and like that really hurt. You know. I carry that with me and never went back to see her again. That kind of thing. So by the time i finally by the time i finally was like. I'm bringing my husband and god i hated bring. My husband into the doctor's offsides should not have to do this. You know nothing minded him being there. It's that i shouldn't have to need him in order for people to take me seriously. Yeah a two story there. It's nice to have someone for like emotional and memories the port and also it shouldn't be necessary to have like cysts white man in the room to be taken seriously exactly exactly so. Yeah he. i had this episode. Were the two of us. Were in walgreens getting stuff and i was just like i got so tired. I didn't think i could leave..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Yeah were you thinking of like i'm really tired. I'm sick like something's going on. If i exercise isn't helping because it's always helped before or kind of you in that base. I was in this space. Where i was blaming myself a lot because we live. We were in a tiny apartment. At that time we had just moved to where i live now at but at the time we were in this transition i had started a new job and i thought you know i'm stressing out. I'm not taking care of myself. i'm not. I can put it all on myself. You know everything that was going wrong. I felt like i was doing something to make it happen to me. Yeah it was all like a self deficit of nothing. Yep yep okay so that was you said. And there's like four to six years ago has does about six years ago. So twenty fourteen was about six years ago. Was like october actually backup. There's probably going to be a lot of meat doing not what we talk but in the months between let's say like the summer of twenty fourteen up to october i had gone to a couple of doctors visits. You know just primary care. Like i'm so tired i don't know what's wrong. You know there was a point where i was like okay. I'm not doing this to myself. Yeah like what is going on. Yeah so i had the fatigue and then that's about the time that just widespread pain hit me like everywhere shoulders neck. There was not a point on my body that you could touch that. It didn't like ouch painful hurt. You know not just discomfort but it it hurt and so. I went to talk about that if pain i mean. I know a lot of people that listen to. This pain is not received. Well as the symptom by doctors so that was that was kind of thrown out the window. You know i don't i. Don't blame that. Dr specifically for for that but it was just an i was part of part of the dismissal myself too because i just people don't hurt that long. Bright pain is an acute symptom. Were thought this like from childhood. That will go away if you just give it time while it never did. And and she. She didn't really have anything like to offer me now. My my blood pressure was due and weird things but not consistently go in one time and it would be like well. That's kinda high are. Do you usually run high and up until that point. No i'd always been a little bit. Love like my blood pressure had been really could so then. I started like well pain. Of course my blood pressures can be now the fame. Yeah and there just so many things eventually. I want it to a nurse practitioner. Because i couldn't get into my primary care physician and she's like. Oh well you're thirty. I have all these clients with fibromyalgia. And you know we're going to run some tasks we can rule out some other stuff and they did a handful of things you know. My blood work didn't show anything. And then i got referred to a rheumatologist who is like. Oh yeah you're thirty. You're overweight and you were. You absolutely got fibro. There's you know what i mean. The blood work doesn't show anything. So that's that's what you have. And i will classic fiber both diagnosed too early by so many people like yeah. Yeah it was an..

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"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"72" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Okay perfect so then. I like to start by asking people. How is your health as a kid. Yes so. I feel like as a kid. I was pretty healthy and normal looking back. You know i. I was reading your transcript for your first member. So you know and that. That whole retrospect look back at everything i think. Oh well that could have been a thing you know but as far as doctors and my parents and i was concerned i've felt like i was a pretty healthy kid. Yeah and that. I mean of course for lots of people because people get sick in all kinds of ways like complete fence for you. Was there a single moment when things started to change. Do they change kind of gradually. At first it was yet like there's a defining moment for me around twenty fourteen. When i we have a slow brutally cold and snowy winter here and i was just tweeting about this actually and i fell and slipped on the ice and hit my head. I was unconscious for a couple of minutes or seconds out. There wasn't long whilst business. Yeah and so. I always attributed that to just. It was like cold and snowy but now i have a brain tumor. It affects my balance. Now that i look back at that even i questioned. Why would i have lost my balanced. If this hadn't been inside my head you know so. I don't know but after that point to your question after that point i've felt like Things just weren't right with me. You know at any point after that and really end thinking of it as a concussion at that time like a i or some kind of a head injury or were you even thinking about it in that way at all. I know at that point. No i wasn't because after the fall it was a couple of days later i went into the doctor because i still was feeling kind of weird you know and i thought well i better get it checked out so i had a. Cat scan and there was no swelling. Or whatever so. I mean. Yeah i'm sure i was cuts but there was nothing that was alarming to anybody at that point and then for several months after that it was just the fatigue hit me like i had never known fatigue before prior to getting would i call sick prior to that. You know i used to run five ks and not because i enjoyed exercise but i kind of enjoyed punishing myself. You know seeing what i could do. Would i could what limits i could stretch and whatever so. I was in relatively decent shape before that. So when i started feeling this his like thirty thirty four at the time when i started feeling this decline. The first thing that entered my mind was well. You're just not being active enough. You know and so. I kept pushing and kept pushing and it kept getting worse you know and so like that was the clue to me as just like know your own body and understand what's happening. That was included me. That something was really wrong. And oh and at that point. That was mostly fatigue review. I know it's so hard. Because obviously in retrospect again you have like different vocabulary..

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"72" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"72" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"Gonna change thanks to be a whole new attitude in psg. I'll discuss that. But for match day eighteen matches we got set at t n hosting psg and marsa versus mobilia should be some good games Let's see laliga whole bunch of games. I'm just gonna start with matchday sixteen We had soviet to villarreal zero barcelona eibar. One one draw cadets embryo by the lead played to a zero zero draw levante for real betis three granada to valencia one athletico madrid one. Hit taffy zero celta vigo to whisk one l. che one real madrid one athletic club. Zero real sociedad one in also sooner in elevators played to a one one draw match day. Seventeen which is actually two days ago started two days ago should say villarreal to live on day one real betis and severe pleaded. One one draw hitachi fell to rail. Deleted home real madrid to celta vigo zero athletic club. One elchi zero alevis one athletico madrid to eibar to granada zero riyal. Socio died in salina. Played a one one draw and then whisker where team in the league fell to barcelona one zero. And then today we had valencia. One is one so after matchday seventeen gut athletico madrid still on top thirty eight points followed by real madrid in second with thirty six riyal associated bell third. They have thirty points. Villarreal's and fourth with twenty nine personal was in fifth with twenty eight severe than six twenty seven and the bottom of the table in eighteen to get elchi with sixteen points while also sooner with fourteen in wisconsin. Last with twelve points syria match fifteen. Yesterday you had enter six twenty two atlanta five. Suss wollo one. Romo one's door zero fiorentina.