24 Burst results for "Abbadi"

How many players are in a Polo match?

G&Q Review

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

How many players are in a Polo match?

"I know i'm the fireman that was lil wayne's fuck in music video on the firemen. What about that. That's like a famous song of his really. Think it's horrible. You thought the song was horrible. I'm the fireman. What kind of fucking lyric is that. That was a huge song. Okay never next note. I like the hummer golf cart. I want one. I like the hammer. Golf cart last one. I'm a body. You abbadi you like that one too and then my last night was ten out of ten ten out of ten thousand movie. Yeah i rated ten nice could see. You can join the amazon reviews. I did learn. It gave me some knowledge. Grant every look for the silver lining and i learned. That polo is four on four. I learned that too. I said that i was like oh. It's four four. Yeah i could have asked me a couple of days ago. How many people are in a polo match. I dunno fifteen like just imagine this giant yours like horses in it. Yeah but foreign four. That makes

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"abbadi" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"abbadi" Discussed on Hurdle

"Today. I am sitting down with jess sims. She is a peleton instructor and extraordinary. Human just how you doing always better when it gets talk to you emily. Oh gosh i watched. Just this makes my day. I've been looking forward to this conversation all day here on here at all. I am catching up with some of my all time. Favorite guests from the last couple of years away to round out the year and so naturally one of the most listened to episodes of hurdle in two thousand twenty a yes. Stop it star jazz. You're making me blush things that you can't see on a podcast so i'm bringing just sims into the mix adjust how are loaded question to start off. How are you doing. i love me. Loaded question on a right now. Do well thank you for asking. It is my day off and not by getting to be adults things that i like to push aside on my busy workdays in just enjoy. It's snowing actually for the first time in new york city today. See technically speaking. It's been snowing for a few hours. So i will take the like sundance with like for the first time with a grain of salt. I've definitely seen snow this year. But this is like a new. No yes i mean. Nobody teaching and inspiring all. You're socio. I mean okay fine but yes fair. I looked out the window. And all i see is white. So it's a. It's officially a good snow day. I'm into it. I'm into it so i mean we're talking about snow now but we've been talking about for. The last year is the fact that this year is unlike any other. So give the hurdlers. Catch me up a little bit. Talk to me about how your twenty twenty has been. Oh man <hes>. Twenty twenty what a year it has been it blows my mind that it's december. Let me start off by saying that. I feel like the last before before. Twenty twenty bt. I'm gonna. I'm gonna coin that officially here the last like memory i have before. Pre pre pandemic was black history. Month that peleton and so it's wild because we're revving up for black history month. Twenty twenty one and so am i wait a minute. I just feel like i. It's a time travel but it's been a year full of a lot of stuff a lot of alone time a lot of reflection a lot of community a lot of realization that i'm really excited to dive into with you today and i wouldn't have traded and of course this year has been brutal for so many reasons for so many people but i wouldn't trade this year because it's done so much for me personally. It's also gotta be really interesting. I mean especially with what you do. So many people around the country around the world are looking toward peleton this year for inspiration and motivation and like sanity and you are the person that is providing that sanity to so many people so i would imagine that although what a beautiful opportunity to connect with these people like pressures on me. That's how i would see it from my point of view like i would imagine that for you. Maybe more than ever being really honest about what you need and where you're at is so important to show up for your community totally and i think that that's one of the things that i pride myself on. Always being very real so <hes>. I was just talking a couple of weeks ago. you might have heard it in class <hes>. By the way. Thank you for taking classes. That i love the phrase. Amplify the positive. Because it's not you don't wanna be overly optimistic to the point where you're annoying. It's the point where you're like okay. But you're you're undermining the pain and the suffering that so many people are going through but you can always find the positive and by using the word amplify it's acknowledging that life is not all roses but there are some beautiful things much. Choose to put those up higher. Focus on motives and for me personally. It's the secret as saying this whole thing. Secret thing that i was thinking in my head was yes. Wow i am doing so much for other people you know. We're almost four million members of our world wide with at the time and i don't take role lightly whatsoever and but the secret is that y'all have done more for me than you could ever imagine because there was a point in time where i was not working out unless i was teaching. I couldn't get myself to be motivated enough to get up and teaching. Because i didn't want to do it for myself. I was like oh it's easy to just you know. Hang in today's easy today to just you know. Forget about those goals. And forget about the things i said i wanted to do. But because it's my job. Because i need to show up i find my strength in the stories of our members. And so when you get a dm or a comment or your tagged in a post though someone saying jess the i'm your the only bright spot. Peleton is the only bright spot in my twenty twenty. I'm a essential worker <hes>. My mom is sick. am a single parent. I have three kids under three like. There's the story's never cease to amaze me and on my toughest arcus day <unk>. I'm like these people need me in able to transcend myself and realize that it's bigger than me and i'm able to get up there and perform and i it it it helps me. I hope just as much as it helps others.

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And then you shake the can

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

06:54 min | 1 year ago

And then you shake the can

"We'll get oh boy dave. How many beers have you tried so far just this here well? You know I haven't been any festival so that's really you know dampen now what I've done but I'd say between the daily beer reviews. Just you know my day drinking stealing beers from other people when they're not looking around three hundred. Is that Elvis who ooh. Let's not bad I mean that's the only half how about some some of the rescue. What's what's your number just for the year? Yeah it's probably be about three hundred. I probably do about five hundred a year. But of course I can drink mobile and you come on now. How would say that I drink a couple of two three hundred a year? Maybe this year maybe a little ahead of the curve because of been to a few extra festivals but yeah seems to be average here for me. I'm not so sure what it is this year but I'm looking at archive in terms of beers that that I have and divided it by the years I have been archiving beers and so on average per year three hundred and forty nine as wow calculator for that is like yeah brought in the math. He's he's got the slide one ounce officer true true but a lot aren't confessed to the vast majority of the beers that I have are probably probably less than four ounces on average. I view spews yeah. There's the power of the drain. Spit takes probably on average two to three thousand every year. That's if between industry tastings beers. There's that get sent to us. sometimes you know more than once yeah the Armadillo beer not going to happen not gonNA make the show more years. Here's the great American Beer Festival. I mean you're going to drink a few hundred. Yes definitely when we've been to things like that that have you know probably fifteen hundred beers alone. You know at that that we're probably hammered down but I don't know. Would you say that tasting more beers actually do you like that better or would you rather just have like a hundred really good beers. You know every year I'd like to do both both is that you had to go. We have three hundred good beers through the bad ones to know the good good ones that you'd like to stay exactly right. I mean there's beers you. You know you try when you're going out to place and there's beers like if you go festival and then there's beers at a tasting bottle share air but then there's just like beers when you're sitting around having dinner or you know mowing the yard or whatever you know waking up first thing in the morning you know get ready to go. Oh wait never mind and then there's the beers that are available to you on Friday afternoon after you bought your lottery ticket in the refrigerator there behind the counter no just kidding well. It's football season in my beer actually increases with each week so consumption cause very good. It's it's fabulous drowning of sorrow thinner. Today is the day of hope. It's the first game match well. Let's definitely add to those totals today. Good Will Kendall. I'd like for you to read our son's ratings for our audience today. We'll be discussing in writing these beers with the suds ratings plus plus. Our signature belching sounds here those ratings now one that sucks Gimme anything about too do was that about three or four Abbadi should really not make that sound and five listen to that time Gimme another war well done all right thanks Kendall. I appreciate you reading surgery today. So this is a blind tasting so like I said each host has brought one or in the case of kindle is brought to beers and we're just GONNA GONNA go around and for each host and we're going to talk a little bit about that beer what it tastes like and then we'll rate it and then we'll tell you a little bit about that beer as well so hang tough with us through this I think find it rather informative by the way we do this an awful lot and so we really enjoy a tasting like this to do yeah. It's a lot of fun yeah all right kindle. What's happening in my currently beer number wine? Let's see here number one. My the first impression was it was kind of multi and hoppy that was tastes which makes it's a family only hoppy definitely yeah. I know you're a Sierra Nevada free so it's a good malt cascade came out of California. -FORNIA is yes yeah but it is not Nevada. Okay we as a Sierra Nevada shirt on being in front of me to throw us off. Every spare thing about kindle is a swerve is a firestone Walker. Oh Oh I'm GonNa say this is from the Lago Nita's family wow yes oh I know close log Anina serve drinking beer so is this little something it is not like a description sure hit a slips rated. Did I okay okay. I'm sorry anymore comments. I lots of comments but not about this subject suck. I wasn't ready fallacy. Let's let's figure out a rating severe here. I give it a four so so four it is here for kindles first beer. Somebody shake GRANDPA. He's sleeping again. This is a kind of a classic west coast. Ip and the reason I picked this. It's not a new beer but the format was new to me. The description is this beer was

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"abbadi" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"abbadi" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"The difference in your edge over your opponent so I don't think that Policy Abbadi said anything terribly controversial or anything that we don't already know about Honda but pushed it a phenomenal job of taking his words and turning the morale and then Kinda jabbing him with a little bit so like I said pujols definitely built in that same old as all of the Italian team bosses and that makes makes things quite interesting when there's no racing to talk about on the track because as soon as they start doing interviews you know something fun is going to come out of it. <hes> final story silverstone coming up a couple of rounds from now or Hillary is going to be back. We all know what happened in that race last year in this case what didn't happen which was the race because the pavement was terrible in the means. I'm since that point they have torn up the entire place brought in some very fancy company with some very fancy equipment and they repaved pave the entire thing Formula One just ran there for the first time since the new repave a couple of weeks ago and multiple drivers believe it or not including Daniel Ricardo and race winner Lewis Hamilton said they're still bumps on the track. I know right and Ricardo specifically said that he didn't know how the motor G._p.. Riders were GonNa like it or if they would like it at all now that doesn't really mean we're in for a debacle like last season necessarily because that was a product of terrible drainage and standing water and those concerns I think have all been addressed. I'm sure they've done ample testing which they showed it on the first time <hes> but I'm not exactly sure how there could still will be bumps after tearing everything up specifically to get rid of bumps. You know I mean that foreign cars hadn't even had a chance to destroy the track with their insane grip and downforce at the point where those comments were made so we'll have to to see how it plays out. We'll have to see what the riders think when they get their next month. Their opinion may be drastically different than a formula one driver and Heke can't be worse than Austin than everybody made it through that race so but keep your fingers crossed because the last thing that we all need is another the buckle in the British G._p.. <hes> all right so that'll do it for this episode of the show what's up next well. Something and that's the big news there will be a show next week. I promise okay and we will be previewing Bruno of one of my favorite tracks tracks that I've never been to a my life. We'll talk about what makes this place so cool. We'll talk about the teams the riders and of course I will make picks and then I really really really want to do a show in between this week and next week with more of your comments on the summer stories along with finally finally updating the power rankings so I'm going to try my hardest to get something it might not be very long but to get something out in between now and then of course we need to talk about the N._F._C. for the second half as well so we'll talk about anything motor G._P.. You too <hes> so I don't want you to miss any of the episodes especially if there is an extra one so if you haven't done it yet subscribe you can do it on speaker. That'd be the best place but you can.

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"abbadi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"abbadi" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Dave Mattingly. It appears Wall Street will open higher this morning. Following yesterday's sharp selloff? The Dow lost six hundred seventeen points are almost two and a half percent after China announced it would raise tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of US goods. NPR's Scott Horsely says they'll take effect June. First covering thousands of American products shipped to China athletic, shoes, laptop computers, ginseng, green tea, just about everything that comes on a boat across the Pacific. There will however be a couple of important exceptions, pharmaceuticals and rare earth that's used in manufacturing electron IX, Beijing's higher tariffs are response to President Trump raising US tariffs from ten percent to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. North Korea is demanding the US return a coal ship seized for violating UN sanctions NPR's, Anthony Kunin. Seoul says the ship is currently docked in American Samoa killing young says the seizure, violates US commitments made it a summit in Singapore. Last June to upgrade, bilateral ties Pyongyang called the seizure of brigandage act and said the ship you'd be returned at once that ship was seized by the US five days ago shortly after North Korea test-fired too, short range, missiles, Japanese automaker. Nissan is reporting sharp drop in its fiscal year earnings. This is NPR news from Washington. In the Philippines. The country's president Rodrigo Detaille says he's pleased with the results of Monday's nationwide elections including races in the Senate NPR's Julie McCarthy is in Manila crucial to deter agenda in the next three years is his tightening grip on the Senate Abbadi the opposition regards as the last check on his brash populist rule, the power of duties brand as a vote getter proved unmistakable two of his favorite candidates performed. Well as first timers a former police chief who ran details. Deadly drug war and Lawrence. Go a personal assistant for twenty years with new political momentum. Do Tei is likely to continue his controversial drug war and embrace of China. The election commission said a server glitch was the source of a seven hour delay in the results. But said there was no need to doubt the integrity of the vote count. Julie McCarthy NPR news, Manila two people are still missing. In Alaska following amid air collision between two sightseeing plans for people are known dead. Ten others injured the planes were carrying passengers from a Royal Princess cruise ship. It was on an excursion in the popular tourist area of catcher Cam a former assistant women's soccer coach at the university of southern California is expected to plead guilty today in connection with the FBI is college admissions bribery investigation..

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"abbadi" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"abbadi" Discussed on Untangle

"And will that will do naturally in your brain is associated dopamine activity to what? Ever you wanna motivate? So that your brain will increasingly be inclined in that direction, which is really really useful thing. And it's especially important if you're in that subgroup of the population that a normal subgroup that has fewer dopamine receptors, these are people in particular who tend to kind of start strong in fade quickly. They don't have enough dopamine receptors. So they need a lottery ward. And if they don't get a lot of reward, they kinda run out of gas, and therefore it's important in particular as go into it in the book, if you're in that subgroup to make sure you have a lot of reward experiences along the way to help yourself keep motivated towards something or to learn motivation for that thing in the first place. What are some really healthy rewards that you can set up to place. Those dopamine receptors was great. So I'm using the word reward distant ordinary technical sense that a psychologist would as of very general term. The key is the experience it's not just the. Idea if you merely know intellectually that you've checked off the item, but say that's not an experience reward. Typically, when you know that little moment of accomplishment or relief or a sense of self worth as you complete that item. That's an experience over award for in your body. Yeah. The more that it's Felton Abbadi, the more that it has kind of sensory or motion aspect to it. The more. It's gonna tend to be rewarded let's say being more patient with our partner or trying to motivate getting on the treadmill? I'm speaking to that I applied to myself, or maybe we're trying to motivate ourselves to be willing to stand up and speak up in a business meeting at work and not be so nervous about just saying what you think if return to motivate.

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"abbadi" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"Dollars more and here, we are nearly two. Years since that a nine came out. And I've yet to hear a single person say I wish it had a vertical grip built in again. Like, I said if you want one you can just buy one and add it or if you shoot Olympics, you can get the oh MD EM one ax. And it's got one built in for you. And don't get me wrong. I'm not knocking Abbadi like this. You know, I used to prefer them, right? I've got large hands and these cameras just fit, right? But like my seven hundred that I got nearly a decade ago. You buy a grip for it. And you're good to go. My d for us had an integrated grip. Of course, I got one for my d five hundred at saturate cetera and being able to shoot vertically more easily like that is incredibly awesome help. But not everybody wants that. But if you do and you shoot Olympics or micro four thirds you're now going to have the option for this kind of body. These bodies also our tanks, right? You know, they're built to last or more robust. They can take a beating that. And you also look more like a pro if that's. Important to you. And hey, it is a lot of people. You know, ego aside there is indeed a benefit to having a larger looking camera people see that their perception is reality to them. And all of a sudden, you're more pro you could charge more. I mean, it's worth a shot. Right. So sometimes it might be an important consideration other times, not you know, if you're shooting, weddings. Let's say you might have a couple hundred people there, and they see you you look really professional. You're dressed all up. You got. This giant camera. You might get some business out of that. Now, this might change in the future. But I think still to this day for most people we're talking non photographers a big camera. Just is what they expect you to have if you're professional, and I'm not gonna mention his name, but a ridiculously famous wedding shooter told me that he shoots the flagship body for just that reason he doesn't need to let it's all about image. Right. The comments that he gets from people at weddings, and the resulting business just makes it a no brainer for him. You know, most of us are over needing having a large camera and caring about what other people think because our work should speak for itself. Right. But hey, you can't argue with success. It works for him. It works for many people do what you can afford. And what works best for you. I say, even if it's putting a fifty dollar cheapo vertical grip on there. You don't have to use it. And you certainly don't have to drop to fifty three hundred dollars or so furlough one that comes.

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"abbadi" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Mexi more alert manager take when you wake up because your body can dissipate when you're going to wick so similarly anticipates when you're going to have breakfast. So as soon as you have your breakfast, your gut microbiome, the gotten science and everything is working in sync to digest that food that it will so one is this basin. And then the second one is to separate incompatible process. So that you. Don't feel hungry the beloved night because filling hungry sleeping not compatible. Cannot eat failure slipping a very bad combination. So similarly Abbadi cannot MEC fat and at fatter Decem time body cannot make cholesterol and breakfast all at the same time. So having this things to be done at different times actually, improves productivity of her body. And and my book and four to five chapters. I go over how the clock and got works out the clock in liver and kinetic work with the same principle. So that we are big performance. Do you think that we're going to find more jeans, and if we do are they going to be nuclear genes or metal Kondracke jeans? Well, this field of security in them as really rapidly growing because we know that this not acting alone. And almost every month with finding a new Jin that collaborates with one of the central club chins, and in that way, this clogs in work with many different parties, for example, the clock genes also interact closely with with brought in that sense stuttered hormones and are cortisol body's natural steroid hormone in that way. What clogged into is the damp out defect of existed at the right time and can apply. The fact of steroid at another time. So that's one interesting aspect of plugged in regulates enough, steroid funk, some that came out recently. Similarly, there are also knew that assuming that the clock genes interact with influence on part of it. And that's very exciting. Because if you think of employment employment on his natural. Body's natural response to an infection or maybe from our gut when we get L P S licking into our bloodstream than our immune system has to respond to it. But this time if we implement continually for few hours, and then there's damp out because having continues implants in his bag. So this new interaction between clocks in and in Plymouth pathway is suing that the clock since health and Flemington to turn off after few hours. And when we don't have a functional clock than implant San continues linearly and over time, it can accumulate and live to chronic infamous. Similarly, we're seeing that clogs in fact, many different parties, and these this is how we now connect to cell division tumor formation or cancer prevents on. Clogged into in new chemicals on the new transmitter south, the signal inside the cells. So that we can sensitize brand sells to near transmitters only for certain time of the day. And then switch switch off their sensitivity. So that our brand can't go.

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"abbadi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Don't have the best reputation sometimes deservedly, and what we hear from young people is that even if they don't know what their legal rights are and would like to talk to someone who can tell them. They're worried that if they call lawyer they will not be able to afford it. It will not be kept confidential or control of their situation will be taken out of their hands and things will be made worse. So sometimes I hate to say, those are reasonable fears. But that will not be. Be the case with our metoo PA project. We are very client centered, and we are client controlled. And if you call us services will be completely free and confidential, and we will not do anything that you do not want us to talk a little bit about the nuts. And bolts of the hotline, what are the hours it'll be staffed who who'll staff it, and what's the process if somebody calls so we are open Monday through Friday nine to five the hotline or we're calling it really a helpline because it's not twenty four seven. Our helpline will be staffed by a trained counselor. Do a detailed intake and convey that information to me or one of the other attorneys affiliated with the project. We will make a determination of what the client's needs and wants are speak directly with the client and then develop a plan in consultation with the client for cow to solve the problem that you made the point that wild girls are specifically the idea here, it's not just for girls. It is not just for girls. No boys are victims of sexual harassment and assault as well. Men get sexually harassed. Unfortunately, this is conduct that is really pervasive. I wonder if I can ask you just you made the talked about how social media really is is grooming girls. UCR Instagram models. You see our makeup pallets or see our celebrities are female celebrity showing off their new makeup, pallets or plastic surgeries. Ec Abbadi silhouette makes girls question themselves and their their self esteem. Maybe I should like hell Kylie Jenner. Maybe I should get liposuction. Getaways trainer. Maybe I look to fat. I looked too wide. It's not accountable at all it's not what are should be asking about themselves. They should be loving their selves as much as they can in our girls shouldn't be grew by society, you see girls as young as.

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"abbadi" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Because I was like, you know, what life's too short, and that's still what I live by every single day. You're not promised tomorrow. I'm going to go kill today. I'm gonna go make the most of it. So. Yes. So she pass when I was nineteen of leukemia, which stemmed from her breast cancer. So when crush so reached out to me, they were like, we are new makeup company that's fresh off the ground, and they sent me their products. And they were amazing first off that's the most important thing for me love their lip glosses. Right. And you gotta try their their blush and highlight do oh oh and their body glow. Okay. It's really love Abbadi glides part like for legs on the night out. Okay. It's perfect. Let's not put it on my moustache, though. Yano? It'll emphasize for sure you got to be shaven fresh. So yeah, they they partner charities, and it's really really important to me to have found a charity that honors breast cancer and just from sitting down with them for one time seeing the statistics of what they do for their partner with keep abreast. So it's all about prevention and really challenge to the podcast with keep abreast shutout. We both got casts. Oh my God. I just got a cast my boobs look show huge in it, though. I actually I go down to size Denno because the cast is like kinda thick. But it's like they really big has years gotten painted yet. Nats. Did it? Oh, can I see I took a photo yesterday? Sorry, guys. I have to see orange too because I wanted one and then everyone's going to get an extra one. You should've got an accidental you have to do it again wanted one. Do you like your whole body though? You know what I mean? Yeah. And then get like prosthetics. They'd like save the mold again ever an X men movie yet. Okay. I'm trying to find this photo. But yeah. So when they approached me, and I saw what they were doing with aligning with different charities, and they do different charities other than just breast cancer. I'm just the breast cancer ambassador. It was just like it was a no brainer to me. And I was just like this is amazing. This is going to raise awareness and out how keep abreast talk to me about. How prevention is key is something that I've never I've never really looked at breast cancer or cancer in any way for that matter it like from that angle. So I was like got changed my mind, and I think with that being out there and me being affiliated with it. And if I can affect one person and change the way they're thinking, which I already know I have because people have told me that's perfect. You know, that's that's what will have us with less cancer casualties. And I think that's what our goal is at the end of the day. So yesterday, we had a party with with crush Exo at this boxing ring because boxing, crush punch above it. It was their idea. And I I did like half the..

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"abbadi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Whenever is good for you. This is what we do at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Broadway and thirtieth street in New York City, and I wanna talk to you about a man who is seventy one he's single and he had abdominal pain this year hit a PSA of two hundred seventy years ago. It was normal. And now it's jumped two hundred seventy it's metastatic, and it tells you the power of aggressive cancer. Don't forget how powerful cancer is. Sometimes people forget, but the cancer doesn't forget. So if you wanna get checked out for prostate or breast or whatever is interesting, you whatever's important to us Abbadi particular area, give us a call. And we'll talk about a gentleman who sixty six years old born in New York City at a Gleason, six cancer PSA thirteen stage, t one sees a firefighters New York City policeman and his PSA went up to thirteen Gleason seven cancers with a more aggressive cancer with a high PSA PSA more than ten and high Gleason score more than six had multiple cores positive for Gleason, seven cancer workup as bone scan was negative as MRI was negative. He tried concoctions stupid concoctions vitamin c and antioxidants and Animas in ozone and special diet, sand mega vitamins anti. Accidents. And nothing worked the cancer marker kept going up and up and up. And finally, he came here to thirteen for Broadway with this high risk cancer PSA thirteen Gleason seven that did not respond to any concoctions. I've never seen concoctions work. I've treated thousands of patients. I know it's a scam. It does does not work. So don't waste your time and money in your life because as the cancer grows, it gets to be more ominous prognosis and less likely to be successfully treated,.

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"abbadi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Or two and a high around eighty rather cloudy with a few showers low sixty nine tonight then clouds and breaks of sun tomorrow a, couple of showers and a thunderstorm with. A high of eighty partly sunny high eighty five one St. with your Accu weather. Forecast I'm Heather zehr on NewsRadio eight ten and one zero. Three one WG y seventy four and cloudy at NewsRadio eight ten and one two three one WG why our top story Schenectady police will provide an update this afternoon about their search for a missing baby Abbadi was found behind seven sixty six State Street on Thursday the discovery was made during the search for four month old ran. Laszewski police say that the search for the. Child and his mother thirty. Eight year old heaven clusky was begun after they were contacted by child, protective services on Tuesday haven't clusky was ultimately. Found authorities, have not been able. To provide Information since then a former White House senior staffer may need to get. Herself a lawyer after releasing secretly taped recordings FOX's John decker has more from Washington the White House is. Exploring legal options after former senior aide AMRO so manigault Newman released. Secretly recorded audio of White House chief of staff John Kelly in the situation room President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani spoke on FOX and, friends as she certainly violating national security. Regulations would I think have the force of law however it is not illegal to. Record someone without their knowledge in the district of Columbia President. Trump earlier on Twitter writing about Amoroso people in the White House hated her she was vicious but not smart at the White House Jon decker Fox News the FBI agent behind several anti-trump texts is out of a job Peter strokes lawyer says FBI deputy director David Boden ordered his firing on Friday The decision overruled an earlier FBI decision that. Struck should face a demotion and, sixty days suspension stark helped lead the special investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election until his anti-trump. Tweets were discovered northern New York preparing for President Trump's visit to. Fort drum today he'll be at the base this afternoon, to sign a, military spending Bill at the invitation of congresswoman Elise Stefanik. The national defense authorization act as a seven hundred billion dollar measure that includes an approximate three, percent raise for soldiers the. President, will also make a stop in Utica for a campaign event for congresswoman Claudia Tenney, when it becomes available we, will have a live feed of the president at fort. Drum up on, WG y dot com governor Cuomo will. Be parting, ways with, an eagle feather after apparently breaking the law by taking it from. An upstate lake last week Cuomo recalled, being with his family on lake Saranac Thing an eagle feather from the water and keeping it after the bird swooped in by their canoe federal law. Says it's illegal for non native Americans to have equal parts a komo's spokesperson says. The family was unaware of the, regulation at the time and Cuomo will either put it back in the water or, donated, to US. Fish and wildlife and number of sources today confirming Aretha Franklin is gravely ill the singer is said to be in hospice care her, family is asking for fans to pray for her WGN news time is twelve oh five our next news update at twelve thirty I'm Diane Donato the Rush Limbaugh show is.

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"abbadi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"To ask you but an important part of the eighties role kind of a newish part which is to investigate cases of alleged overuse of force excessive force by police departments in the state and i'm curious the shaheed vassal shooting a few months ago has faded from the headlines but there have been requests by some advocates and activists for the nypd to produce more full showing of videos and other evidence including officers names in that case do you feel as though they have been the has been forthcoming enough that information in the wake of that shooting so as you know i was led the way in the city of new york abbadi cameras for nypd again to provide more ability and more transparency and because police officers also body cameras would provide them with some objective overview of st encountered it was in the aftermath of the eric garner case and yesterday again i joined with others in urging justice for the garner family and the i was also had written a letter to eric schneiderman and reminded him or of after his ability to investigate police abuses and police deaths and worked very closely with this administration to have the governor appoint the attorney general as a watchdog or someone who can investigate deaths as a result of police interaction and so we take that responsibility very seriously as you know i did go to court scene taking the grand jury minutes in the eric garner case i believe in justice i believe in justice for individuals whose rights have been violated and i believe that all individuals should be held accountable and that includes but not limited to members of the police force as well as members who are public elected officials and all individuals were to position of service it's really critically important that we restore confidence to all community that individuals who enter into public life other served do you do you think the pd needs to release more in that particular case the vassal shooting i believe we should i'm concerned obviously about the release and we have written letters to and my pd about video tapes really need to be released and and that there needs to be some standards in place with respect to the release videotape and individuals should be able to foil information needs to be released in a timely basis and should not be subject to the discretion of the police commissioner well we're going to leave it there with public advocate letitia james democratic candidate for attorney general in the lead up to the september thirteenth primary repre she at the time we hope to have you back before primary day and best of luck and best of luck to you on your maiden voyage i hope you get great ratings and i look forward to coming back again thanks very much thank you and we'll be right back so are back on maxim urfi here on wbai ninety nine point five fm listener sponsored non commercial radio comedy.

What do Iraq’s election results mean for the United States?

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 3 years ago

What do Iraq’s election results mean for the United States?

"That up to the sutter the shia cleric who fought against us forces will have a big role in choosing the prime minister now he's likely to team up with the current prime minister hydro abbadi who the us thought would actually win this his party came in third and then there's the iranian backed militias they have the second highest number of seats and then there are a lot of other parties so there are a lot of political meetings going on the kurds have come to baghdad there's former prime minister maliki waiting in the wings a lot of bargaining going on so we know solder because he led the mekki army that fought us soldiers in the streets of baghdad the battle of solder city was one of the bloodiest battles of iraq war so he's gonna play this big role in the new iraqi government what happens to the us presence in iraq well that's what we've all been wondering so i sat down with his spokesman shell salah abadie and he points out that sutter actually backed about his government the last government that included agreements on us troops so let's listen to a bit of that if the americans yet in order to train the iraqis help iraqis according to certain details accepted from both countries it is accepted for cinema this southern so he's basically saying that if they're in place which have been accepted by iraqi prime minister that cetera himself will have a role in choosing he's not going to object to us troops here now the say it in front of his name refers to the fact that he's a descendant of the prophet muhammad and he comes from a revered family of shia religious scholars he actually studied and around but in recent years he's distanced himself and shale has spokesman also said that he not only resists what was the us occupation he is going to make sure that iran does not interfere in forming a government so meanwhile an important ios officials in baghdad right now white house on voi brett mcgurk i would think that the americans would not want to send mcgurk at this moment when the iraqi government's trying to figure out what it wants to be what's he doing.

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Us, Kitty Logan and London discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Us, Kitty Logan and London discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Harness the bargaining power of forty one million american seniors to bring down prescription drug costs senator debbie stabbing al president trump unveiling his plan to bring down drug prices yesterday it's election day today in iraq the first nationwide vote following the defeat of isis in the country the current prime minister haida abbadi a us ally is standing for reelection against political parties aligned more closely with iran observers say voter turnout appear to be low kitty logan in london twentyone people arrested by security officials in egypt for protesting against the government's move to hike fares on cairo's subway all part of austerity measures meant to overhaul the country's economy most of.

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Prescott, Prime Minister and Van discussed on Total Information AM Saturday

Total Information AM Saturday

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Prescott, Prime Minister and Van discussed on Total Information AM Saturday

"Takers to disclose the cost of drugs in their ads and scrap a rule that keeps pharmacists from suggesting lower cost out of pocket options steven portnoy cbs news the white house the military says two american fighter jets have intercepted a pair of russian bombers near alaska more from cbs's cami mccormick russian bombers flew into an air defense identification zone about two hundred miles off alaska's coast to us f twenty two fighter jets intercepted them in the russians never entered us airspace the us planes escorted them in international airspace for more than half an hour according to the russian defense minister in oklahoma religious based adoption agencies now have the right to refuse to place children and same sex couple homes governor mary fallon signed the bill last night the lgbt advi advocacy group freedom oklahoma plans to fight back executive director troy stevenson disappointed it it's really tragic for nine fifteen thousand young people that are trapped in a system that the state is no limiting the number families that they can be adopted or fostered out to governor fallon is also managed to get gun owners angry vetoing a bill that would let adults carry handguns without a permanent oklahoma law enforcement was against the bill because it eliminated mandatory background checks and firearms training a why is killer way of volcano isn't showing any signs of quieting down it's russian and lava flow destroyed thirty six buildings most of them homes tina neal is the scientists in charge at the us geological surveys wyan volcano observatory still close to the surface and jackie generally moving down to the northeast some distance elevated levels of sulfur dioxide gas emissions are consistent with that near prescott arizona the dangerous coming from a wildfire that's destroyed at least two homes and threatens hundreds more arizona forestry spokeswoman tiffany davos says mother nature isn't helping van by the wind we're under red five four eight v been very windy up in that area so once that fire started it just took off and went running iraqis are voting a national elections for the first time since that country declared victory over isis prime minister haider al abbadi faces challenges from political parties with.

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Scott Walker, Investigator and Laura Martin discussed on Jeff Wagner

Jeff Wagner

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Scott Walker, Investigator and Laura Martin discussed on Jeff Wagner

"That's what he told her i said yeah he said well what do you when do you plan to stop rookie i said well you know it it just depends what day you ask me she said you're funny i said i get that a lot but anyways it was and we complain about stuff and we complain about government agencies and we rippon stuff it was as pleasant and experiences it could possibly be given the nature of the thing that i was trying to do they were incredibly helpful and actually exceeded expectations like what got this whole thing printed out i thought you know so i'll send it to you and you'll be able to just look at it and figure this all out and i said this is just been this has been great it's just been absolutely great again a difficult thing to deal with but they couldn't have made it any better so i i admit that a lot of times you know sometimes you rag on the institutions and the bureaucracy social security just a pleasure to deal with give them credit when we come back scott walker is sounding the alarm will people listen i it's twelve thirty let's go to the wtmj breaking news center here's ripples that white supremacist literature and more than a dozen bombs were found inside the apartment in beaver dam after a deadly blast killed the tenant ben mirror last month one investigator described it as a homemade explosive laboratory inside that according to unseal court records the blast is placed more than a dozen people crews are forced to demolish the apartment complex same job thanks to the flip of a coin why do i and challenger laura martin both received two hundred and fifty three votes in tuesday's election state law mandated a coin flip they did that this morning and he won mayor tom barrett's chiefofstaff pat curly is retiring and abbadi pulled from a river in georgia is that of a missing cdc worker from atlanta tim cunningham was last seen in mid february said he wasn't feeling well he went home from work his keys wallet and phone where later found in his home his body pulled from the chattahoochee river earlier this week time for the wtmj drake associates market update right now the dow is up one hundred sixty four to twenty four thousand four thirty one the nasdaq is up seventeen is seventy fifty nine yes up twelve to twenty six fifty seven wtmj hella w dot com timesaver traffic ninety four outbound.

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Ahead of walkouts over gun issues, students and schools wonder: Can kids be punished for protesting?

IRG Health Talk

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Ahead of walkouts over gun issues, students and schools wonder: Can kids be punished for protesting?

"The komo twenty four seven news center national school walk out a protest taking place and hundreds of locations on march 14th has become a topic of controversy has some schools vow not to support it many parents are confused what they should be telling her kids walk out part of a greater movement spurred by students revive errs of the parkland florida school shooting asking for stricter gun laws now usatoday reporting today that the national school walkout planned attending emma march fourteen it'll last about seventeen minutes to honor seventeen students and staff members who were killed at marjorie stillman douglas highschool there in florida students though could be suspended a some schools are not recognising the walkout planned to discipline students who do participate abbadi like police officer one of two people killed in an avalanche nuclear alum this weekend forty one year old officer james larsen and 27yearold zach rowntree or killed about 130 yesterday after the avalanche hit them while they were snowmobiling your as meriva peak that's the northeast of clear elham about twenty miles a third snowmobilers 26yearold kyle well was critically injured and taken to harborview medical center by helicopter a fourth snowmobile her 27yearold ryan journey was slightly injured able to free himself from the snow quickly rowntree ought will journey or all bonney lake residents larson from buckley was a 14year veteran of the bonney lake police department who previously worked for the yom police department and the king county sheriff's office saying a teenage boy died after falling several hundred feet of rattlesnake legend north bend saturday king county deputy sang 16yearold any patrick of des moines's was hiking buddhist friends when he lost his footing on icy terrain and fell six hundred feet to his death on saturday morning this was his third time of hiking that same area this year i'm going to rescue call came in thirty eight members from king county search and rescue teams were about one hundred yards away doing training so they were able to respond quickly still they couldn't save the teen boy cruise close the trail for several hours why first responders recovered the.

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"abbadi" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Same chefs i've watched the chicago documentary about fifty times already have yet i love that one that's such a great quote that's um did you guys see that movie battle of the sexes no no oh is that based on the billie jean king hall lobby rig movie remember they yeah who plays billie jean king um what's her name a glances no now steve steve carell is a is a billy abbadi rigs right yeah that's at what can name hugh again dombi land now emma stone stone mountain rego that's another once of this checkout alice muro the tv mike when he got here list oh man who was a great year law it's unbelievable view is better than fill this to be on a slick last few years but for me although this is probably gonna change in the next 24 hours 'cause they just released the latest uh she's in a black mirror just to say so either today or tomorrow i'm going to binge that which is definitely one of my favorite shows uh so it's likely to crack crack my list but what i have three black mira is uh twin peaks and the number one spot i just can't not put that in the number one spot uh then number two was dark this amazing series on netflix uh german show uh we ask very twin peaks needs the loss and then the third spot it's a tossup between fargo and the leftovers both of which were incredible so i mean we can talk about any or all of those men each one of them was like you know the best cinematic experience you can have on us on the small screen is just every one of those shows so well hayes.

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"abbadi" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on WEEI

"Our number three abbadi v buffalo bills 17 years of not making the playoffs batch streak over they take care of business data miami they beat the dolphins 2216 and then sit back white their fingernails and watched the baltimore ravens come back from behind it all the take a lead over the cincinnati bengals only to have andy dolled through a forty was it a dead forty nine your touchdown with forty four seconds remaining in the game on board that i learned buoyed uh fourth and down i think fourth than twelve i'm not sure fourth and twelve that was that was amazing oh that i was watching some of the reactions that would make sports great rare like that's e r team all the way in miami in the locker room they didn't take showers sitting there waiting to see what happens and then when they do get in their holes the holy you saw williams uh with the power of highway of kids was great i mean i really enjoy the watching that last night just a couple of days go just because it's just it's just it's just fun and nobody would ever expected the buffalo bills to make the playoffs this year after seventeen year drought and the way they did it by winning a miami and then watching the baltimore ravens loose cincinnati think about this before the season started at the sell off right they ship off sammy watkins ronald darby during the season ship off marcel darian they venture taira taylor for nathan peterman which is an absolute disaster right member that did did uh i goodness it get did he get a reprieve i mean if he would have lost if the if the buffalo bills would not have made the playoffs because the baltimore ravens uh one of the on sunday it would have been one game and that one game could have been the game where they started peterman and he threw five interceptions in the first has chargers right against the chargers on the road unbelievable that would have been i don't know if he'd have been able to come back from you gotta coaching mulligan absolutely gotta malia i don't know if out if you you will loss locker room they hadn't been in seventy in seventeen years and you're saying it's going to be eighteen because you don't want to just go the.

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"abbadi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Actually make it to the playoffs be allowing now good i would say to the korea and i'm ago get ready for this draft because i'm not about road dies three more times on my health especially considering with through it and what tatters their bodies would be by the time you got to a third round of a playoff you'll be ridiculous it would be silly but this is what we do right this is what we've got there is no system that is going to stop the arguments so we had the television show and we'll get on their star arguing a body and a go and get up here a yellow gwanda of argun abbadi and this whole thing drives itself in you go for it every single year let me bottom line for you there's no way around it there are one hundred in thirty schools i believe in the football bowl subdivision one hundred and thirty schools they play between twelve and thirteen games before the selection comes around they do not all play each other there is a wild level of variance twain teams in college football you want to know the good way to durmanov college football champion it doesn't exist there isn't one there's never been one there's never going to be one would we have done we college football though is we have tried to make college football into a national sport as opposed to what it is at its core which is a regional sport it is probably more enjoyable as a regional sport in at the regional level but we want to make this into a big old national thing as we do this as we make this into a big all national thing all you do is set yourself up for things that are truly impossible to achieve and one of them is this idea of a quote unquote true champion a tournament is now your champion any jour in a poll system than the computers or anything else there's no good way to do this and so what everybody thinks is because all yano had think about in terms of a champion of some kind of damn tournament so what you think.

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"abbadi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They have pressured iraqi kurdish regional government to postpone and even to stopped at a friend and but they didn't listen to them prime minister body today he said with the power of constitution they will impose a little of iraqi government on iraqi could iraqi kurdish regional government and they gave ultimatum until friday six pm if they don't surrounds the air quotes in iraqi kurdistan detik into indicate and control of iraqi federal forces they will block any flight in and out from iraqi kurdistan so obviously the tension is high but the kurdish regional government already have rejected that it that bad hole request and the situation is very tense and we are in right now iraqi government will send some soldiers to iran to coordinate with iranian forces to some sort of exercise we have seen some soldiers from iran have gone to turkey it will be seen with turkish army flying iraqi flags beside took a slice it seems to me is all show up power to send a message to iraqi kurdistan if you want to go to our independent you are not just facing iraqi government you will face iran and turkey as well right search so just give us some sense that it it if if this yes aarp observer and expects what are you expecting from the kurdish leadership him innovate are are they going to assert their independence well the kurdish leadership have been saying all along this is just they want this is a democratic right they wanna practice they want to ask people what exactly one for the future because the relationship between baghdad and out of bill has been in total breakdown there is no relationship whatsoever because the budget has been caught and decrease happy signing oil contract with a bike that consent which has angered by that but because say they will not call independent immediately by this is a monday whenever they feel this is the right time and if they can't reach better a agreement we'd back that they will decision in a euro two wished actually should go they want to go toward independent or remain in the frame of that's why because say have asked by that nece don't go back to the negotiation table and try to solve out problem but preminister abbadi said he is not willing to talk or new negotiators about a friend thank you very much indeed.

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"abbadi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is really about three characters the first is a man named harris abbadi whose in a ratty american he's really sort of some one of two identities foreign iraq or naturalized american who for a variety of reasons wants to go fight in syria and he his efforts are stymied he meets up with a a couple of syrian refugees a man and wife named amir and asked me and you serve learned their stories and the story of their loss they've also daughter in the revolution and so what you see is a lot of these geopolitical themes kind of orbiting around these characters who are engaged in a in a pretty intimate narrative amongst the three of them are these based on people that you met in some ways are you taking notes from your work and thinking over here's where i can build a characters when you're having and experience you know there's from questions that come up in themes that come of and then once you sort of have bore down on the aims of the stories are building out characters who arrest them with those themes i were kind isn't a tradition that used to be more predominant maybe is less so now which is of novelists who were journalists vanished from the 20th century we had a lot of that we don't have that as much now lots of changes in journal's works butter but oftentimes when i'm out there these do seem like replaces to see set stores the main character you talked about harrison he served as an interpreter with us forces in iraq and he decided to come back why i think what's interesting about war in in general is.

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"abbadi" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"abbadi" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Government contract in job better invested in people the nation within a abbadi widen embiid devender that nato should it with a nation crime spree that was going on banks would be rob what did we do the government you the levers of the public sector to create jobs for people and brought us out of this circumstance and and subsequently the irish the italian big game political power contracts and outlook of their community so there is no mystery here uh the reality is we have a circumstance of taxation without representation without me we are packed property tax sales tax hitler we do not have the rights our fair share a public contract single digit at contract a patient for black people at the city county and state and a federal level this is unconscionable unacceptable k um uh so i applaud what you're doing the solution is clear a fair and equitable share of public contract that are the weu bridge in public jobs that are the anchor park humidity that bobby irish the italian but jewish immigrants did it and we can do it here i want bomb oxidation look at iraq and afghanistan they have been a bit begins into those humidity germany japan rebuilt those human juma hamad out i got your message coming together thank you blood magnify so a doctor sir hello dr kaku yes colin imam part of the team barrick aldo the netted young happy fathers baiting every wind your time you hired me are on on the phone you now and we do on such a wonderful job.

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