35 Burst results for "85"

Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 21 hrs ago

Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods

"Saturday's car crash with Ann hesh was a gift from the gods. That came out of nowhere. Not trying to make it funny. It's an awful thing that happened, but listen, even if you'll spend the afternoon drinking wine and vodka. During a podcast and admitting your hammered and then backing into an apartment complex and people are trying to help you with a vodka bottle plane to see right in your center console, you're looking for trouble. I touched on it a bit on the Patreon show. The fact that there was, I don't know if you saw the video of the car going 80 miles an hour on a quiet residential street, but just picture yourself sitting on your stoop. And a car whizzes by an 85 instead of 25. I mean, you have to get up and run inside your house. It's terrifying. During the video, the wheels are squeaking and screaming because she's kind of making a little turn. She did not apply the brakes once because if you see the video, she whizzes by this house that had the doorbell camera on, and then you hear three seconds later, this awful crash, no screeching of the tires. Takes out a whole house, almost burned to death. I don't know how she's in stable condition. I can't wait to find out what the hell was in her blood. Because I think on the way home, I don't know if she had some Xanax in her system in addition to the alcohol, I would say she passed out, but passing out typically doesn't mean you press harder on the gas pedal. I don't know,

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Pope promotes Vatican nurse credited with saving his life

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Pope promotes Vatican nurse credited with saving his life

"Pope Francis has promoted a Vatican nurse whom he credited with saving his life to be his personal healthcare assistant The 85 year old pontiff credited the nurse massimiliano strapped with having accurately ascertained an intestinal problem that led to a ten day hospital stay The Pope has had a series of health problems in the past year most significantly strained ligaments in his right knee that has led to frequent use of a wheelchair Strophes appointment was announced days after he and a doctor accompanied Francis on his historic trip to Canada On the flight home Francis said he would have to slow down his future travels and maybe resign one day I'm Walter ratliff

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Donald Trump’s Perfect Endorsement Record in Arizona

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | 4 d ago

Donald Trump’s Perfect Endorsement Record in Arizona

"Trump made some pretty bold endorsements here in Arizona. So Blake masters has won. Mark fincham has won, rusty Bowers, who testified in front of the J 6 community, committee has lost and farnsworth in opposition has won. And it looks like Carrie is going to win. There's a 100,000 ballots outstanding. People are a little worried they say, can they still do some shenanigans with those 100,000 ballots, but talk about the type of voters and what are these ballots Tyler? These are the people that went to a vote processing center on the day of the election and then put in their ballot, of which, for example, my wife and my mother in law, they're like, we don't trust the mail and system. We're literally gonna go give I just thought of that as an archetype example of hard R's that did that. Am I right? Yeah. I mean, I didn't see the final number, but most of yesterday was trending like 85% of all the votes that were cash yesterday were Republican. And clearly the day of votes that were cast yesterday were 67% in favor of Carrie Lake. Which tells you that there's probably the likelihood is probably going to be a 60 something percent number for those early ballots that were dropped off because it's the same kind of people. Because they're confused, right? Because what the Democrats have done is confused everybody.

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Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

The Officer Tatum Show

02:19 min | Last week

Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

"Uncle Tom is all about the struggle of black conservatives throughout America from the time of slavery until right now that people like look at T Washington have always believed in hard work, accountability and becoming excellent. And his argument was that even in the face of racism, if you learn a skill, a job, a trade, as well as or better than somebody else, you will be rewarded because people want the best. They want cheap. They want good quality. They want things that work. When I was a kid, I used to spend summers, my moms ranch. And my mom, mom, farm, rather. My mom told me there was a black man who couldn't read or write, who was the best chimney maker in the south. And the way of determining a good chimney maker is somebody that does not order too many bricks because if you order too many, the guy that's ordering them has to pay for them and to make sure that Jimmy does not smoke. It's not leak. And she said he was always employed by all these white people that wouldn't invite him in for tea, but they'd invite him to their chimney because he was the best. And so there have been many examples of that. We explore that in Uncle Tom one about people that worked hard to learn the skills and learn trade even in the face of tremendous racism and Jim Crow still managed to succeed and to overcome. And then we talk about how this attitude has now been changed by these people like Jesse Jackson and Al sharpton and Patrice colors, the cofounder of Black Lives Matter, essentially telling black people that you're victims. Always victims. Eternal victims, if victims of systemic racism, enduring racism, foundational racism, to the point where it's changed the attitude of a lot of black people and the worst work ethic of a lot of black people and more importantly the family structure. With the welfare state, as I said, a million times, we've encouraged women to marry the government and we've encouraged men to abandon their financial and more responsibility. And now we have not a scandal, but a scandal and a crisis, Brandon, 85% of black 8th graders are neither mass nor reading proficient. 85%, that means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate. And the NAACP just had their annual convention and what are they talking about? Reproductive rights, voting rights, student debt, and police brutality. That's their agenda. And so if long as our so called black leaders are focusing on the wrong thing, the solution will forever be elusive.

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Ryan Girdusky: Our Classrooms Are Radicalized; Get Involved

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | Last week

Ryan Girdusky: Our Classrooms Are Radicalized; Get Involved

"If you could just quickly sum up this is intentional by the left The fact that they are obsessed with school boards is not an accident Once they get the education system the rest is all for nought Right yeah absolutely And because it's not about getting future Democrats they're already getting that through other means of social media and stuff like that It's about people sticking there and telling children from an early age your country is inherently racist It's a bad place and you can't say that by making small changes here or there You need to destroy it from the inside out They're getting real radicals And they're radicalizing children in these classrooms for ten hours a day And it's not always the teachers It's sometimes it's a superintendent and it's the way it's being pushed and it's happening everywhere Get involved in your local school boards in the sense of just at least knowing the date at least knowing the check out the website 1776 project pack look at our endorsed candidates and if you live in Florida please on August 23rd vote because we can't afford to give up this institution 85% of the kids go to public schools we can't abandon them and hope that they'll be in private schools one day You need to get involved today

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As heat records fall in Northeast, some city dwellers flee

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

As heat records fall in Northeast, some city dwellers flee

"Heat warnings are across the United States and meteorologists say it's likely to get a lot hotter from the Pacific Northwest to the southern great plains to the interstate 95 corridor more than 85 million Americans have been under excessive heat warnings or heat advisories and the national weather service warns of extremely oppressive conditions from Washington to Boston The weather service says numerous record highs are expected to be tied or broken in the northeast where at least two heat related deaths have been reported officials in Philadelphia have extended a heat emergency through Monday evening in Boston the mere is keeping a dozen cooling centers open organizers of the New York City triathlon have cut the distances athletes have to run and bike I'm Donna water

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Panthers get Tkachuk from Flames for Huberdeau, Weegar

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Panthers get Tkachuk from Flames for Huberdeau, Weegar

"The Panthers in flames of engineered a major trade involving a pair of 100 point scorers The Panthers acquired Matthew chuck and a conditional fourth round pick from the flames for Jonathan Hubert defensive Mackenzie Uighur Panthers prospect Cole schwinn and a lottery protected first round pick in the 2025 draft The deal was finalized after chuck accepted an 8 year contract that runs through the 2030 season Chuck scored a career high 104 points last season on 42 goals and 62 assists Hubert had spent his entire ten year NHL career with Florida and had 30 goals in a league high 85 assists last season I'm Dave

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 School in east Ukraine hit by Russian strike, bodies found

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

School in east Ukraine hit by Russian strike, bodies found

"Ukrainian emergency workers have recovered a three bodies from a school hit by a Russian strike in crema torsk in the east of the country as attacks continue in several other parts of the nation The Ukrainian president's office says in crema tusk in the next province Russian shelling has destroyed a school and damaged around 85 residential buildings In footage released by the Ukrainian emergency service rescuers cleared debris at the school The reported casualties follow a barrage on Thursday on a densely populated area of Ukraine's second

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Beloved monarch butterflies now listed as endangered

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Beloved monarch butterflies now listed as endangered

"The popular monarch butterfly has been put on the endangered list I am very concerned about the monarch's future Nick had a butterfly researcher with Michigan state university We know that butterflies and other insects are declining by about 2% in abundance per year It's a phenomenal rate and monarchs are just an indicator of that change that we know is happening Dad who is not directly involved in the listing estimates that the population of the monarch butterflies he studies in the eastern United States has declined between 85 and 95% since the 1990s I'm Shelley Adler

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CNBC Study Shares Best & Worst States to Live In

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

CNBC Study Shares Best & Worst States to Live In

"It's so funny to see the left pretend that blue states have it all going on. Have you noticed that? That it's all going great with blue states. And everything's fine. CNBC showed a study or did a study with the CNBC ten worst states to live in. And it was like South Carolina, Texas, all these great states where people are flocking to avoid the catastrophic policies of Democrat governors and mayors and district attorneys, I got an email last night from JR and San Antonio. He said, Mike, I was intrigued by the CNBC article you wrote. Are you discussed? So I did some research on CNBC's worst states to live in report, they also did a ten best states report. And they were Iowa ten Oregon 9 New Jersey 8, Nebraska 7 Washington state 6 Minnesota 5 North Dakota four Hawaii three main two and number one Vermont. JR said it shouldn't be a surprise. That these are states that have very small minority populations. There ain't a lot of black people living in Vermont. Now since diversity and inclusion were used as two of the criteria in the rankings, 8 of the ten states that CNBC claims are the best states in America to live in. Have 85% or higher white populations with four of the 7 being 94% white.

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Corporate America Tilts So Dramatically in One Direction

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Corporate America Tilts So Dramatically in One Direction

"Something like 95% of all Google Facebook and Twitter employees gave money to Joe Biden and less than 1% gave money to Trump. Goldman Sachs was well over 85%. You can go look up the numbers yourself, but corporate America tilt so dramatically in one direction. It will just blow you away. That these companies that should be pro American that have benefited so much from our system are now at war with our

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Police: Gunman fired more than 70 rounds at July 4 parade

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Police: Gunman fired more than 70 rounds at July 4 parade

"The July 4th parade shooting suspect who killed 6 people and wounded more than 30 planned his attack for weeks then escaped dressed as a woman according to police More than 70 rounds fired captured on rain and Ellie's video Lake county major crime task forces Chris cavelli says the AR-15 style rifle was legally purchased and traced back to 21 year old Robert cremo who went to great lengths to get away Primo was dressed in woman's clothing And cavelli says He dropped his rifle and he blended in with the crowd and he escaped He walked to his mother's home who lived in the area He took her car police put out his picture caught up with him Cavelli calls the attack random We have no information to suggest at this point it was racially motivated motivated by religion or any other protected status The youngest victim ate the oldest 85 and several of the wounded are children I'm Julie Walker

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Bringing the Truth to the Black Community

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | Last month

Bringing the Truth to the Black Community

"I really wish that the message would be explained. You know, Larry, do you think you think that we're improving here? As far as our country and the rhetoric getting to the inner city communities, because I'm often questioning, is it getting through the minds of young people? Because when we talk, they come and criticize us in a painters. It's Uncle Tom's. And it's hard to get the message out. Well, it's all about telling the truth. And now it's about 20% of black men voted for Donald Trump in 2016. The highest ever and you're finding a declining numbers regarding Joe Biden because of crime because of inflation because of the price of gas. So I think there is a there's some signs of hope that maybe just maybe some people need to rethink their assumptions. So I'm hopeful. We just got to keep telling the truth, Brandon. I was giving a speech one time. And as you know, frequently, I'm invited by Republican clubs and almost invariably just a handful of blacks are there. So I'm giving a talk and there's a black guy standing in the back. Big guy, his arms are folded and he's taking his head left to right when I'm making a point. I think this guy's going to kill me. So the speech is over. The guy comes up and he said, I am mad. Not it's you. I made it myself. I thought I was on top of things. I had no idea that there was a 50% interest in the dropout rate. And I had no idea that regarding interracial black white violent crime, not homicide, 85% black and white victim, only 15% the other way around. I had no idea that 70% of black kids into the world without a father married to the mother up from 25% in 1965. Thank you so much for enlightening me. I need to do better job of educating myself. And he walked away.

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AP sources: Williamson agrees to 5-year, $193M extension

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

AP sources: Williamson agrees to 5-year, $193M extension

"The pelicans are going all in on Zion Williamson Two people familiar with the decision say the oft injured forward has agreed to a 5 year $193 million extension One healthy Williamson demonstrates all star talent The first player taken in the 2019 draft is averaging 25.7 points and 7 rebounds in 85 games shooting over 60% but he's never played more than 61 games in the season and missed all of this past season with a foot injury The contract could be a huge boost for a team that advanced to the postseason last spring out of the play in round I'm Dave

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Brian Deese Defends High-Priced 'Liberal World Order'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | Last month

Brian Deese Defends High-Priced 'Liberal World Order'

"Then listen to this. Listen to this on inflation. We've got a clip for you. And this is from Biden's economic council head. And he's talking about of all things inflation, but the interesting thing is he's telling you exactly what's going down and then he's saying the unspoken part out loud and then immediately gives you the presidential line as if everything is hunky Dory. So listen to this clip on our economic council leader who is telling you exactly how this is a man made intentional problem and then in the next sentence, it tells you everything's not so bad. Listen to this. Well, what do you say to those families who say, listen, we can't afford to pay four 85 a gallon for months, if not years. This is just not sustainable. But what shared from the president today was a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the liberal world order. And we have to stand firm. But at the same time, what I'd say to that family to Americans across the country is you have a president administration that is going to do everything in its power to blunt those price increases and bring those prices down.

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Reporter Makes Highly Inappropriate Question at NATO Conference

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last month

Reporter Makes Highly Inappropriate Question at NATO Conference

"Knowing that it's happening all over the country Joe Biden overseas In Spain At a NATO news conference a tax the Supreme Court an attacks the holding in Dobbs cut one go America is back was your motto at the first NATO summit last year And you've come to this summit here and the one in Germany after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned constitutional protections for abortion after the shootings in Buffalo and Texas at a time of record inflation and as new polling this week shows that 85% of the U.S. public thinks the country is going in the wrong direction How do you explain this to those people who feel the country is going in the wrong direction including some of the leaders you've been meeting with this week who think that when you put all of this together it amounts to an America that is going back Let me stop it here First of all I don't know who this reporter is But that is a highly inappropriate question On foreign soil highly inappropriate I don't care who the president is I don't care who the president is And that's how Joe Biden should have responded This is a highly inappropriate question I'm here in Spain The only way NATO but that's not what he

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Sagar MeMost say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC pollghani, Washington

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Sagar MeMost say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC pollghani, Washington

"A pole fights an overwhelming majority of Americans say the nation's heading in the wrong direction The numbers are dismal for President Biden in the first half of the year about half of Americans said the U.S. was on the right track now 85% in the AP norc center for public affairs research poll say it's on the wrong track 79% say the economy's poor and 69% say they disapprove of the president's handling of the economy The findings suggest fundamental challenges for the president before November elections that will decide congressional control His overall approval rating is the same as last month 39% the lowest of his presidency Sagar Meghani Washington

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'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

"A massive Intel corporation semiconductor operation being called a silicon heartland is a boon for Ohio but displaced residents have mixed feelings AP's Norman hall reports In his State of the Union address president Joe Biden applauded a decision by Intel corporation to build a $20 billion semiconductor operation east of Columbus on thousand empty acres of land 85 year old tressie corsi of Johnstown says that was painful to hear I cried Of course I cried Because it upset me Ohio officials and Intel say the project could result in up to 3000 jobs Sold her home but remained disappointed Money is not that important It was happiness that we had that's what really hurts But for diner owner Tiffany Hollis the project is the cost to progress Every convenience that we have someone sacrificed something for it Intel expects semiconductor production to be online by 2025 I'm Norman

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"85" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"85" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"I <Speech_Female> think, you know, if someone <Speech_Female> said, get 20,000 <Speech_Female> to an event. <Speech_Female> My brain probably would have <Speech_Female> freaked out a little bit, and <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> then what? <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> That's impossible. 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"85" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"85" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Hey boss, welcome to episode 85 and happy new year to you. Man, what a year, 2021 was. I just wrapped up the biggest event I have ever hosted. In my career, it was absolutely insane. We had more than 15,000 social sellers at the three day live event sustainable success two. And it was such an honor to be able to serve and see so many breakthroughs and people have aha moments and people see just how simple and possible and approachable this business model is. The model of network marketing and someone said this and I really appreciate that this was kind of their takeaway and there were many, many takeaways, but the one that really resonated with me as I was reflecting on the event was someone said, thank you for bringing professionalism and ethics to network marketing, bringing ethical marketing, ethical selling and making it professional. And you know, when I heard that, I was like, you know, amen, I love that. I love that that was, you know, the ethos of the entire event is just bringing professionalism and high quality business habits into a great business model. And it was just such an honor. It was so much fun. I mean, seriously, 15,000 people. And we had more than a thousand brand new students join the social selling academy and time for our 90 day goal getter challenge. And I am just so honored. I'm really, I'm so honored to be ushering in the next generation of leaders and business owners and that they are a part of this momentum of making the industry better. And I couldn't be more proud of all my students. And actually, just hearing some of their wins and the first round of the 90 day goal getter challenge just wrapped up. And some of the stories, you kind of heard stories in the last episode, but they were still kind of in the middle of the goal getter challenge. So I'll compile a few of the students testimonials and I'll shout them out probably next week, but I was just truly in awe to see what my students have created and that they've learned what it takes to actually become consistent. And some of the students that went through the 90 days, they went through like really heavy things and their personal life like death, illness, you know, moves, all those things that tend to disrupt our life and it's so easy to just kind of take our foot off the gas and forget about business and it was just amazing to see these people move through life and go through hard things and still be able to get right back up, prioritize what was important while still allowing space for grief and processing feelings and being there for their family. It was really inspiring to see. So what an insane start to the year 2022. If you are still thinking about joining the academy, it's not too late for you. The best thing about the academy is because it's lifetime, you can start the goal getter challenge any time when you join. So if you were to.

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"85" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"85" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"85 and embry hills and durable area congestion in that area as well This is all things considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish We've all had to deal with breakups with close friends or romantic partners but breakups aren't a uniquely human phenomenon are primate cousins do it too We have known for years that primate groups like baboons and other African monkeys and chimpanzees and gorillas that they grow in size and at a certain point they may split apart And the question was how do they decide who goes with whom That's Robert ciphers of the University of Pennsylvania He points out there are a number of ways a breakup can go down Are they banding together with a tight little group of canons splitting off in that group Or is there some despot that is determining what they're doing Now a group of scientists has come up with an answer Groups of baboons seem to split into two smaller groups in a cooperative way rather than at the whims of a tyrannical baboon And the human world these breakups can take months or years It's not an event It's a process And part of the process is negotiating which social relationships are going to get broken Susan alberts of duke university She's one of the authors of the work published this week by the Royal Society She says a group of baboons might just wake up in the morning with a difference of opinion Where this faction or this clique says no we're going to go off to that waterhole and this other clique says well we're going to go over to these ezema bushes because the berries are ripe fast forward and eventually the group split apart Alberts and her team studied 7 real world splits among wild baboons in Kenya They mapped social bonds in those baboon groups and then studied how they broke apart Brian lurch of UNC Chapel Hill led that analysis He said these breakups can have big consequences for baboons If you go through a bad breakup if you have efficient that disrupts your connection to your close social partners then you might find yourself after the fission basically with no friends You might find yourself not having grooming partners and not having individuals to interact with Robert seifert was an involved in the work He says he was intrigued to learn baboon's cooperate to dissolve relationships and cautioned that we shouldn't read too much into what it means for human bonds You'll always find somebody who says yeah the baboons are showing us that you shouldn't have a despotic breakup And it's bad to just dump somebody and walk off But I guess I'm not I'm not going to go into that territory Oh I'll help Don't ghost text or announce it on social media Just be human about it One.

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"85" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

08:34 min | 10 months ago

"85" Discussed on What Up Patna

"How much did you ever. It was about the same size of details about fifteen yards. Thirteen yards from river to the cliff of anything thing. I left out the south of me. That's correct all right. Continue with his own it. So i was always awake and i. I can't hear anything coming towards me. Fucking be ready if some crashes my fuck in little burial that met met or made then i'll fucking shoot towards that area. That's all. I had a plan. And i had five shots and i've never used his handgun. Umbrella gives me. But if i shot it with one hand would fuck knock me right on my ass missile job have you shotguns in the past before that. Yeah but with this with this this handgun. I should have two hands on all of a sudden. I hear this big splash in the river. Five fitter way for me in splashed my tent if you've ever been to lake and you put a big up. Boulder thorough big low boulder in the on. The water makes it like a sponge. Noida cannonball bigger is the big eight throws water. So it makes us big like plunge noise mclennan lockets deep or a at nets in the spray sprayed my tantalize. That's what the fuck is out. Thirty eight sit on my ten ahead of flash on flashing up on the canyon. I have pictures of all this to bear. What did you think it was. What why bring on when i i saw. I thought some was fucking with me. That's what i thought. I in harm another human being. That's what i was thinking. Yeah but then again. There's no way that a human being could make that folk do that unless he candidates in there. They gave us the community down swimming pool. That river was about four feet. High were was running. Anyway i was able to fall back asleep and walk. I don't know how that happened. But i did have so exhausted. Fucking shape so. I fell back sleep in about three thirty in the morning. Three clock warning on the fuck ghosts. Come out fuck. I is where which which in town three to three thirty. I can't remember exactly. I'd have to look at my pitchers Another bowler hit the same fucking spot in that was weird. I'm like fucking boulder. Hit the same spot in splash. Mike tank again in the fucking same spot so you thought it was big and then but behind me. Before i went to bed there is a cave up on the cliffs dome dome. It looks manmade artificial. Or you could goes back to that same spot. Yeah oh i do right now. Our atv's because i ain't taking to hike. The mouth of the south are two point five miles in whomever sherry miles five miles while three mile. What buff three and a half miles. Get rose at the chopper. This bastard bass out also discovered a bunch of spaniards that enslaved the native americans and the other is what they did here where they were mining. Gold ford spaniards and they were making all coli. Nikolic fact is i fact. Check of the day. Horace but also The fact is what's his name. Del baskim did the spaniards own native americans mined gold. That's true you don't know that new nipping. I the aztecs yup okay. That was hispanics came about the ethics aztec. So i got my last. Aztecs took over the native americans in made them to mind goal. Holy shit yeah. So what made it big big Bigfoot was bigfoot. because there's big stores and. I don't know who the fuck was up throwing big boulders. I've heard of equaling foot has done to who to family that that my own personal family which is where also friends that i know. Bigfoot will throw objects down the mountain or they will also scream or although also hit a tree knocking also what if it was a lady bigfoot trying to get your attention the most arrested. We're gonna have to hold that message. I think it's time for a break. This is the one point of broadcast. We're going to take a commercial break. Come back with that message. Nick lowe i want to say what's up to everybody out there. What a patent what. What a partner. This is your partner on the cast. Sam what's up. That's right folks. This is your powder and saying what we're doing the doj tonight with the infamous john green and his masterpiece the biggest lead man and the putting nick luke's cousin patty and we got some new products in the doj studio audience. We still got. David still got mar- up to mel via be to all the parents out there. That are listening to a podcast though joe show matab so we were. We left off. That biggie was confessing as had a message message message. We got a message. Here folks nickel we. It doesn't say specifically that the slaves that the spanish own were In utah say don't slaves. Okay native american slaves and it doesn't seem that if they were specifically use. We heard it right here folks. It doesn't say. Nick lake city. Every looking. Know what we're gonna do and take him to that cave. Sean and we're going to have them. Read the hieroglyphics was was very big for the big story. Let's go yes so at three thirty. Three o'clock i think i was returning. The rain starts to rain again and again. If you've ever been backpacking in ten to one the rain starts hits your tenth. That's all you can hear so this. The rain started hitting my ten immediately. Woke me back up. Out of my s- my deep slumber sleep on my shit. What the hell another again. I just wanna fuck and sleep through this shit. Get the fuck home back. He's already rock fucking hit the river. And i couldn't lead because it was raining and was dark and i was in middle of nolan survival. One you don't you don't trek in the rain. You know he just stay where you are. You worried about flash floods in that river area. Not at all if it would. Then i would just pack up and go higher problem. He said he would just get hired. Yes so so big was never you never witnessed bigfoot being there but there was a cave and there was. There was a so so so so before i go. Backpacking app. went backpacking. With wherever i put my tent. Take pictures all like three sixty around me. So i can If i ever want to go back. I can distinguish where i was at so i was taking pictures in three sixty around me and i have the pictures on my phone still but on the west side of me right behind me. There was maybe forty feet. There was a cave above me. And i took a picture of it and look like to be known my my uncles brother-in-law del boscombe well known in the gold community. A community of gold diggers. Yeah diggers i believe. I belong out dorado is. She's a gold digger. Wha- vote so you can you can go to a club in you can sign up for thirty five bucks a month and you go to these these these meetings and they tell you the safeties of finding gold caves and all that and how to find golden where to go the golden golden you go to claims in the state of utah idaho nevada and california and so this one i belong to the ogden club and also salt lake city club your heart of gold.

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"85" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

07:17 min | 10 months ago

"85" Discussed on What Up Patna

"Niccolo. We got some special guest appearances coming by way north of the rockies or south who figure it out by pilots. Listen and this is what a podcast. We are in the doj tonight. We are filling all right and tonight with just motherfucking. Might i told my found a big asset big aid. What are we going to do man. We we need to get laid a little bit. More rapid began tokyo talking about every we going to get paid more big. I say you know what. I need an artifact of some kind of something in the doj. Oh that would just you know working can slave better. I mean that's really what it comes down to actually use those exact same words. That's why i'm wearing a. I thought it was you that said those exact same words ingredient. Yeah you're right disagree. Let's disagree. Because i want to say what's up to the man in the mother fucking to man. How you feeling fucking energized energy fucking room because fucking table right Our table great. I got plenty of niccolo in the building. The world famous fact checker niccolo has been. Mia one look. Where have you been to the moon right. Yeah when i was on shrew that it was an experience speaking of an experience. I don't even know how to introduce an ex partner. I don't even know if the voice in the audio rela- the satisfaction that's happening between my legs at the moment. The pilot son green made his way over from utah. Right from all the way from north of salt lake utah to the patterns son green. What a partner. Detective tell us how you feeling so far so far i feel really great right now. I'm i'm i feel welcomed. I feel appreciated. And i'm so thankful for you. Guys have a meet tonight. Let me let me let me explain a little bit more. Big tall. the pundits out there. What the going on here you know for the that you understand this like this connection we have with a partner sean out. You know it happened. What back december lasted december. 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"85" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"85" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"85% Just 3.9% of the study. Participants never wore a mask. So that's the CDC. So if these idiots and these they are ignorant idiots if they're not willing to go and look at the data, follow the science I have. I'm looking at it right now. It just goes to show you That there is an agenda here. Let's take a phone call this morning. Jennifer is in and around Oak County, Jennifer. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. Yes, ma'am. I am calling the I'm a member of the monetary Liberty and Randall County, Maryland chapter. Okay? And, um, I'm calling kind of as a call to action. For all parents and community members who are concerned about the government overreaching schools and this mask mandate that was voted on yesterday. Uh, we were obviously disappointed with the decision, but we expected it. But the reason that I really am disappointed as The committee allowed 30 spots for aural testimony from 30 from people who were opposed to the mandate. 30 from those who We're proponents of the mandate and I still have a lot of the entire hearing because I was at work yesterday, but we had I believe less than half of the spots told for those who were opposed. To the mandate, and I'm finding this to be a problem with conservatives in general, that people just aren't getting involved. They aren't speaking up. Right? Yep, That is a problem. We talked a little bit about it yesterday at the precinct committee level as far as politics goes, But you're right. As far as the school boards and these kinds of hearings and so on and so forth, let's face a lot of people do work. And are productive members of society, so they have a tough time may be getting off work. But look where there's a will. There's a way and then and then we should be able to fill 30 slots at a hearing. Yes. Yeah, that's a and you have a website or anything, or Facebook page that people can go for more information for your group. Yes, we do. So our chapters on Facebook, where moms for liberty hyphen and Arrundell County Monster Liberty is actually a national organization with over 100 chapters. So if you go to Mom's for liberty dot org, you can look up a chapter in your area. We, um we were the first chapter in Maryland. Frederick County just started a chapter. I believe carols in the process of starting a chapter. If you're interested in starting a chapter in your school district or your county, you can go to the moms for liberty dot org website now and, uh, we I'm sorry. Did you say you were at the hearing? Or you? Could you at work? You couldn't go? No, I was at work. I started watching it last night. Yeah, I mean, that's that's the problem. You know a lot of conservatives. A lot of Libertarians and like minded individuals, You know, they've got to work for a living, and they can't always they don't make this so very convenient for a bunch of us so, But listen, I applaud you for getting involved and getting being an activist. And, uh, you know for your Children, and I think we just need more more people you know, to join the cause. I agree. Thank you, Jennifer. Thanks So much for calling in from program. Appreciate that. So, yes, That's a great point. You know, if you want to stop this stuff, don't sit on the on the on the bench. Get up. Do something, you know, Volunteer. Uh, this is what's going to be happy. So what happened? California? So again, they get an uphill battle in 2022. Don't assume. That anything is going to be easy because it's not You're going to have to work hard for all of this. But again, you can find this. By the way, I'll post this. The study 47 studies confirming the ineffectiveness of mask for the CCP virus, 32. Can firming the negative health effects for Children as well, Because it is. It is a concern for parents for grandparents. It etcetera and again, you know, one of the big big study said that you know, again with Children. Most people don't wear the mask properly. Most Children are constantly touching the mask, adjusting the mask. In all the particles that land on the outside all the germs that land on the outside of that mask. Sure enough, they're touching them, and then they're touching their mouth and their eyes and the nose and that's how they get infected. So really, it is a masks. It is a germ sponge. The mask more than a preventative. Our friends at rescue natural supplements wanted me to remind you that again. This is, um September national cholesterol month and if you want to be healthy And stay healthy. It is important that you monitor and watch you try glycerol, Your triglycerides, Of course, as the, um fats in your blood and of course, the bad cholesterol the LDL. 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"85" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"85 at the DFW Airport news is brought to you by the good contractors list. Congressman Adam Schiff, the head of the House Intelligence Committee, talked to reporters today following a closed door briefing about the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. I think the threat to the airport is very real and very substantial and This has been a concern of mine for for some days now that this would make a very attractive target for Isis K for or for elements of Al Qaeda, while the Taliban has said they will protect women and grant amnesty to Afghans who helped foreign countries Some observers in Kabul and other cities say the Taliban fighters are already hunting down those who helped the previous government. The Dallas Police Department police chief is defending his department following allegations made by a candidate. Former Texas GOP chair and current candidate for governor. Lieutenant Colonel Allen West is calling the DW in the arrest of his wife, Angela, by Dallas police wrongful and corrupt. He spread that message online and in interviews, But Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says What West is saying doesn't paint the real picture. False representations about my officers cannot go unchecked. They worked too hard and they sacrifice too much. Angela West is charged with D wi with a child. In Dallas. Clayton Neville W B A P NEWS COVID 19 3rd Dose Booster Vaccines are available at Tarrant County Public Health clinics for those who are immuno compromised. Tax, or Tarrant County Public Health director Vinnie Tan Hair says that those who qualify should talk to a physician to see if a third dose is appropriate. The third dose can be administered for the compromised a mean as immuno compromised as soon as 28 days after the second shot. Clear. Overnight lows should be 79 right now. 85 in downtown Dallas from the W B A P News desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. You're next update at 11 30 24 7 coverage is that W b A. P that com.

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"85" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Sometimes he can. Sometimes it can be an advantage because this position away from home and they play morning defensive fall for fall metraplate. I'm gonna go to sheffield wednesday off already. Put to now dan myself. I think sheffield wednesday will walk the floor with that rather doncaster. This he's portsmouth three no balls yet. Doncaster started off terrible. Colin disagree with that. i'm going to go phone pump. See i live each year. Well and i think you do well. Burt is lots global soul food people. We defeated donny. Got some problems. You know that good players go and about three tonnes furs and everything else. So i think it's going to be difficult for down. I'll be because it's always it's always spot in my outlook doncaster over. They gave him a fierce baking football rights. I'll clipping and women don't doncaster bowels They were the best gay. Went on the pay. Ifa birmingham city light is the champion of doncaster. Saint gabbay phev. You wanna come and do the payoff. Beer at doncaster. More than welcome. So i did log doncaster. We've been there few him. So i'd like to see them as a football club do well and finally science versus manchester. You know he said again. The club i want to win. He night did look at. What did i say to you about a year. Now what would you say. He's gonna going to be a false i. This is going to be a formula for me yet. gone. I'm guessing you for new. The the look supplying don't southampton boss wanted to place I hope. I hope they don't have a bad season because again football club a no only that. It's a fantastic place to live. Yeah and they have lost. Players would price thin to price on his additive. Fifty million civilians. Nothing if i do lose what price a thinking could signs because again law yourself you know the football club in one the watch the di. I didn't realize it was say thing for me. The kid who was going to go to aston villa. Yes as i thought. He thought he'd gone to velvety undies. Signed a contract for four hundred. I will say. I shouldn't could look to science. Is i mean your best players and building it same round your your local talents as the why full would go to best look to where all at same time. Wonderful football club in fond memories of nineteen seventy six. When they put you know it's sort a don't think it can do that this week but if you know it where that gryke it who knows. Tc so again though will so you say thanks. We told him love to you and yours. Good luck to the young man jock with these with these football season. And thank you for listening. Thank you for listening grade that you keep supporting us look to you and your gabay and a love doing the show to you because it's so relaxed to do them and i really enjoyed them and thank you. I thank you absolutely good to my club. Sheffield wednesday and help all age. Everyone of you they all. They all can't but everyone in y'all team to successful someone's gonna fail absolutely. Hey hey asoke till next time out of it with night bye bye bye..

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"85" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"The team of the united states picked for the nations league had some big names on it. You know you had tyler adams had christian pulisic There were just some some some big names most of the european based players that got selected. Julian green. They were all there but for the gold cup for whatever reason they're not there now yes jesse's artists's is on there And know the. Us is undefeated. They played tonight actually. Us won their first game against haiti In in the gold cup but Is this team going to be good enough to hopefully make it to. At least the semis. Excuse me hopefully you know. Make it to the final play mexico. Maybe are they good enough to do that. I i still don't know why some of the european based players were more than were picked. I get it chris Julian green. I don't know. I really don't know sergeant. Why we're some of these players not picked deondraye. Yellen he was there for the nation's leading picked for the gold cup which doesn't really make sense to me at all. I think i think calf kinda messed up anyway. Maybe for viewers. They didn't want to compete against the copa america or the euros which is why the tournament started after the euro's ended. But i mean you're planning a different timeslot than the euro's playing matches so why not why not do that that way. There's no there's no issue of rest for the european american players when they're going back to begin their summer training or whatever the summer friendlies that are going to be playing i just. I don't understand why they did that. I don't know. I don't know it might have something to do. The mls calendar to You know how. It doesn't correspond to european calendar. But i don't know now. The the country have gold. Cup is going to go see me until august. Mls still playing matches. As far as far as i know. I think they could probably just made a A better decision while so looking at these notes you know there was still conflict world cup qualifying going on there was afc world cup qualifying going. I'm not gonna go over any of these scores because you know this is well month old Yeah we had comparable. Afc kaka calf. I'm just gonna hop in the excuse me to the euros so i've been looking forward to the euros for the longest time..

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"85" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"85% of the state's population lives and rapidly growing urban areas. Bill Riends, one of the lucky few he lives and works, said McDonald Observatory perched on a mountaintop in the state's rural Big Bend region. Where the nights guys are still pitch black and the stars are about as bright as they come. Yeah, we have suffered through this day after day about an hour away is the nation's largest oilfield, the Permian Basin. And since oil drilling is a 24 7 business, astronomers here have grown increasingly concerned about all the lights on drilling rigs, trucks and gas plants for the past 12 years or so. We have seen a gradually increasing glow that simply wasn't there in prior years. Ren is a kind of dark skies salesperson for the observatory. He travels the oilfield trying to convince companies to point their lights down or have used different kinds of bulbs, he says. It hasn't always been an easy sell. First day I stepped foot on an oil rig, I was told You can't have too much light on an oil rig gets very dangerous environment. Safety is a key concern, says local oilfield foreman Caleb Taylor. The lighting we have as big halogen sodium lights, and they point him in all directions to pretty much covered the whole pad. Rennes pitch to industry is that brighter lights don't always mean safer lights. What if that bright light is shining directly into your eyes, creating glare and you can't see because of it. Some oil and gas firms have embraced his message at an Altus midstream. Gas plant facilities manager Austin Williams shows me the companies specialized lighting. There's a small shield that kind of focus the light beams to force their way downward. Instead of letting it spread and pan out, Altus says. There's no extra cost to designing facilities this way. But retrofitting old sites with new lights could be a different story. Oilfield foreman Caleb Taylor again. There's hundreds of thousands of these light units that they would have to change and nobody likes to do stuff that costs money, you know, like that's going to be a deterrent. In Reeves County, one of the most active parts of the oilfield. Local officials recently adopted new rules requiring companies to update all their outdoor lights to tougher standards within five years. And to shield some lights within six months. The rules come with possible $500 fine. Curtis Wilson, the county staffer in charge of enforcing the rules, says still go after companies if there's a complaint, but he says a lot of the compliance will be voluntary. Don't expect that they will go into existing facilities and update. Oh, they might. What I do expect is that the new constructed facilities will be shielded properly. Hanging over these efforts to preserve dark skies is the fact that oil prices are higher than they've been in more than two years, and there's talk of even higher prices on the way that could mean more drilling, more lights and light pollution becoming less of a priority. Still, Bill Rin at the observatory says he thinks encouraging companies to play along is the best way to go. It's going to happen by showing people that is in their benefit. It's not going to happen by enforcing an ordinance and he says there's no real goalpost for reducing light pollution. Any little bit helps protect the observatory's.

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"85" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"85 90%. I'm going to go with Milwaukee. But all my heart and soul is going to be pulling from my Phoenix suns. I will tell you that, but but I think yeah, I don't get that either. Well, I think the books are going to win the Syrian. Well, you only get one pig. No, but I'm says all my heart and souls will be rooting for the hottest 20 is on a roll. You said five straight, he said five straight guaranteed. Alright, we'll guarantee before that to guarantee you represent. Last show guarantee. Guarantee it. I'm going with the Milwaukee Bucks. So his heart and soul are with the sons, but his head is with the bucks. Apparently, What do you think, Steve? He's dead to be I would love to get him on the show. I would again. I would put him on the show to read the phone book. I just think he is the funniest guy in broadcasting right now I get that there's a difference between the team. You're rooting for the team that you think will win. So as an analyst, I respect that. He thinks that the box will win the NBA Finals. He's just wrong. I mean, he's just wrong, and I think what's funny about that A season the minority as far as those pics go, most experts have been picking the sons. And they're just the more complete team in their mind. Either way, I think this is going to be one heck of a series I was watching. The last night I was flipping back and forth through a couple of things and watching the NHL Stanley Cup finals. And because I have a lot of friends in the Tampa Bay Lightning fans, and so I was I was texting with my friends and I was watching the game and then over time the Lightning lost so they didn't get to sweep. So now my friends told me I'm not allowed to watch any more games. So, apparently, I'm the jinx here in Phoenix, Arizona, I was the jinx for the Tampa Bay Lightning, not winning the Stanley Cup in a sweep. So you're not planning on going to the finals are you know I got offer tickets to the finals. Um, A friend of a friend can't go to the game tonight, and apparently, there are great tickets because there's food involved in some other stuff. $1500 a ticket, So they offered them to you to buy them. Yeah, well, they're not giving them away. I figured I'd They're not. You know, they're not that close from a 1500 a ticket. That's a lot. That is a lot and that's nothing. I mean, I guess I was talking to sharp this morning. They were saying on StubHub. There are some tickets, courtside tickets going for like 26 grand. That's absurd Look and see what was the last time there was a ticket in town Worth $26,000. That was sharp talking, though. You know, He's a liar sharp as a classic liar, so I'm not sure that's true, but that was what Sharp said. On StubHub. So the secondary market is pretty pretty good for tickets, I guess. Yeah, well, we haven't had a ticket this hot in town literally in quite some time. So do you think what happens? What happens if the sun's lose? One of the first two games at home. Um I mean, if you go one and one in the first two games, I think I think you could still be okay. It will be much tighter. We talked last week. One of the statistics that I found was that If you go up to, uh oh, in the NBA Finals 89% of the time you win the finals. I think they've got to win the first two first to be comfortable and the reason why is as as it goes on. If Yanez gets healthy, we don't know if he's gonna be able to play or not, but if he is able to play That makes it a whole different series well and to the Bucks credit and I hate giving them too much credit here, but they won the last two games of their series without him in Atlanta was a good team. I don't care what anybody said about about the Hawks. They were a good team. So, Yeah, the I think they've got the same drive that the sons have. It's been a long drought for them as far as finals go, This should be so much fun to watch End. By the way, those $26,000 tickets. We don't have courtside tickets, but we have tickets. We're giving away sons tickets today on the show. Just give it away. Give them away for free for free. So what we're going to do is what we have done all along is when you hear Al McCoy and you'll know what it sounds like, because sometimes we use like in news, Jeff and those guys will use Uh, Al McCoy's voice and a son story that doesn't count. It's got to be during the show. You'll know exactly what it is when you hear it When you hear Alma coin that famous call, that's when you be caller. Number nine. Caller number nine is going to win a pair of tickets to tonight's game. So do us all a favor, only calling to win the tickets. If you're able to go to the game tonight, Should I give out the number? Just so people know it later, please 602 to 7758 to seven. At 602 to 77 Katya are make it real simple. Don't call right now. Though you can. We're just not gonna answer. I'm not going to pick up. You can call me anytime you want. You can call but we're not going to answer until we give away the ticket. We prefer that you listen, and then no one to come. So we're gonna the sun stuff is great, because I think that, um they kind of brings the town together. And when you're watching something like this happen, I've got eyes. You see all the old school Suns fans. I have talked about this so many times and with so many Suns fans To stand and talk to someone that's been a Phoenix Suns fans forever and then to hear them start rattling off names in the history of the signs and the bad luck they've had, and and this is such a great opportunity. To get there. But what's great about this team is how young it is, with the exception of Chris Paul, who was still playing like he's young. Um, this is a young team. This is a team that could go deep now. Chris Paul is going to be up for an extension. What kind of an extension? You're the sports guy? Steve? What kind of an extension do you think they're going to give Chris Paul Well, Chris Paul currently makes over $40 million a year is one of the highest paid players in the NBA, and so far he's been worth every penny to the sons. And Robert Sarver, the owner of the team has said so that if they have to pay him a butt load of money going forward, that it will be worth it. Um I could see a scenario where he gets three years. 75 80 year. No, no, no, no total was going to say, what are you talking about? No, no total, but I think they'll try to try to sign him for three years. Maybe two or three. He's already 36, I think, is it Is it 36, So he's at the tail end of his career, But he's still playing so well. He's playing so well. The only question is injuries as you get older. Take it from someone who knows I tore my bicep muscle picking up my dog so Um, Yeah, I did. Stop laughing at the image of it as a bruise. I see the bruise. Yeah. Yeah, I was picking up my dog who's a large dog? But I I was picking up my dog and tore my bicep. Not a deep. They're not a complete terror. But your dog is not that big, By the way, £50 Already. Wow. Yeah, He's not really a puppy anymore. No, he's £50. And he's only 15 weeks old. Wow, it's Are you feeding that thing, It's going to cost more to feed him. I'm feeding him two hours. Um, yeah, it's going to cost more to feed him than it is to feed me pretty soon. But anyway, the sun's tickets today we will give them away during the show. Make sure you're listening..

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"85" Discussed on Slow Drag with Remedy

Slow Drag with Remedy

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on Slow Drag with Remedy

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"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

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"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"Select from then standard Making the poco on themselves the mechanics and the themes much more diverse than you know what you're going to see in typical standard play For example expanded includes the current expansions just like standard does but it also allows cards going all the way back to black and white expansions from like twenty seven so i have literally zero experience playing expanded item. I don't know where you're at with this. If you've ever given it a shot but i've played an expanded. I've played an expanded two times and it's usually like i have played in a regionals or whatever and then like they'd have like a league a league battle or league cup or something like that regret afterwards or like. I don't know what they called him back then but they have some smaller tournament. That wasn't worth as many points right after and sometimes they'd be expanded and i'm like well i can put in a spec to my standard deck and see what's going on there and the back. You could pretty much. Just drop us a standard deck in right. Yeah you still could. It's just. There's a lot of overpowered cards that interactive just some dopey card from two thousand thirteen that you forgot about that can like break your whole deck will. Yeah just like mad party. There's a there's a debt called Loss march and there's a a trainer called battle compressor sergio decorah three cards discard. Those three cards. There's also a item card called verse speaker. Searcher discard pile for a supporter card. Put it into your hand. Oh i want any supporter. I just discarded with battle compressor grab it with versi cutter and then use it that same turn and then grab more compressors and get all these things at the discount and then attach double colas. Attach a twin energy. And then you've got four or eight eight eight double colas energies essentially or just forgot. My head is gonna explode. Nice nice all right next up. We have Legacy legacy format and this is in. My opinion is probably the most each of the mall. This is touted as like a t. geo exclusive format. But you know you. Obviously you could play this. Irl if you wanted to just sidebar whatever but it only contains cards from the heart gold. Silver era and black and white era Through through the black and white era. So i don't really know the motivation behind putting this together. I guess there was some kind of demand but it's it's a current selective format on tc geo and the rankings are tracked on pokemon dot com through training clubs. So i don't know who's playing this but like the have you tried this. No but i..

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"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"It is a bug type in a rain and thunder storm. So it's weather boosted there. You go no so you see like a lightning strike in the back it standing on the edge of a cliff and it's just soaking in all the rain and it's absolutely loving it looks okay. Yeah but it's so excited to be like standing there in front of the in part of the here like like very triumphant music playing in the background looking at this car. Well it's making. Its its little cricket tot noise there you go there you go cello are can you ready for the next. I'm ready for export. It is yelling. Offish sean yes. I am a huge fan of amish. Yes i'm excited. I am excited all right. Good deal good deal. I got a. I got a topic for us adam. Ooh you've got a topic so this topic is going to be about four matt's i think that this would proudly be the you know the most important baseline thing to kind of talk about especially for someone like me that wants to get back into competitive and i just want to be sure that my foundational information is correct and i think each of these formats are important at least know about because they're all going to also have different levels of accessibility and kinda want to talk about that. Their accessibility rotation works. But there's there's four different formats. We'll talk about theme. Standard expanded actually five theme. Standard expanded legacy and unlimited. Now i we could talk about the one which is which is the most accessible by far in tj and that's going to be the theme decks and now that's the theme format theme deck is. What twelve thousand. Nine hundred ninety nine the store you get an eligible sixty card deck it get a corresponding tc g. code to get the deck mtc geo and usually for each expansion. You're gonna get like two sometimes three fem- decks that come out for that and they're straight off the shelf ready to go. You don't make any modifications to him. And that's what keeps things consistent and usually. There's they're focused on a specific pokemon or a basic mechanic at large and the decks campy modified so it like provides nice even playing field for participants and i. I would think that if you're considering getting into the tc gee this is the best way to do it to give it a shot with the the least amount of monetary investment needed. If got thirteen fourteen bucks. He hit up the store. Pick one of these up. You're in business. You could play physical card game..

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"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"85" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"How'd that go for you So the team challenge was went. Really well So the first round. I gotta buy so counts essentially as a win And then the second round. I played against Because this is this was put together through The polka dischord Through one of their local shops Paper and plastic I lost against polkadot erin. He was playing Boombox which is mu to mu tag team with real boom and like Rowlett executor jacks..

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"85" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"85" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

"May Fourth Twenty twenty. I'm Michael Comb and I'm joined today by Ben Smith. Hey Ben Hey Mike. We are a pair of Americans make sense of the Eurovision Song Contest. And this week we'll be talking about euro stream twenty twenty and Eurasian again with special guest. Rob Holly How's it going Ben It's it's pretty good. We've we've entered the part of quarantine where I have patterns again and pattern through Nice. Oh I remember patterns those. Yeah I mean theoretically like it takes twenty one days to form a habit and it's been at least twenty one days of quarantine just have terrible habits again. I don't know like my my hair has entered a state. I've called a depressed Ben. Wyatt no no. No no no no. It's fine it's fine. This is happens naturally okay yes scheduling wise it's It is kind of weird being in the early part of May and not just being glued to youtube for rehearsal footage or any of the typical early bay programming. I've gotten used to over the last several years. Yeah and just started looking at the Google calendar and like all right. I was supposed to be taken to fight to Copenhagen last week. Yeah yeah that. That's a challenge but what we do have to look forward to this week is Euro Stream twenty twenty. It's a fan driven project that we've been taking part in and helping to promote where it's recreating the Eurovision experience from the Fan perspective. So yeah we were fortunate. Enough to host the second semi-final allocation draw last week. That was fun that was on. So much and yeah. It was nice to dust off my French from tenth grade and Yeah Put it back in the box as soon as we were done morning. Berry that again for fifteen years Switzerland I apologize from his gender. And you at one point. Oh goodness but yeah. That was so much fun. We we know the running order for both of the semi-finals now and the events happening this week. A semi-final one is actually happening today. As this episode drops semi-final too will happen on Thursday and grand final will happen on Saturday and voting is already open for the first semi final at least So if you head over to euro stream twenty twenty dot com slash vote. You can pick your choices for the first semi-final and the way the telephone is working is very similar to junior eurovision where you can vote for at least three countries up to five countries. And you don't have to be a part of participating country in the first semi-final voting's in for everybody including countries that don't participate in Eurovision. So ben both you and I can vote as well so excellent..

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