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"andruzzi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Coffee and a fuck us all right. We'll give you guys more details on that coming up. I think food wise. We can just encourage people to stick. Stick to some of the principles that we share. We can Write it out for people to so they can follow along. And whatever whatever way they can gear zine net says maybe one gallon of water. A day i don't. I think that's kind of blot but especially when you drink when you when you get more electrolytes in you'll notice that you don't necessarily need you feel the need to hydrate with a gallon depending on your size of morris but i mean when i think about it even a lot of guys like one ninety when we could do is we could do the The two glasses of water before you eat. Yes that could add works too. I i knew it. I just need somebody to just be. It'd be nice to have that q. I keep forgetting about it but i have done at least once so far. But it'd be good to like have a reminder give it a go and see what the hell happened with. Yeah yeah gallon. I think maybe too much. I don't think i drink that. Would pee nonstop already. P quite a bit but with element. It helps 'cause i don't have to drink as much and whatever it actually uses the water. It's so interesting then when we look back at the things we used to do the haves like i really did carry a gallon jug of water around with me around like high school and when i was in college i carried a gallon jug of water with me i look back. I really did that. I remember when the last office job that i had They had a Like a filtered water system thing or whatever And i would take empty gallons in philip all my gallons at work when everyone left because i'm undulating. Shift the my gallons. That was what we had an apartment but yes. I was technically walking around with the gallon. But i had multiple gallons. Goodwater was cheap booze free. Take us on outta here injury or thing or hopefully you guys are going to join us on sober october. And like mark said more details than information as we get closer. We were just talking about drinking a gallon of water. You don't have to do that. Especially when you have element electrolytes for more information on them. Please check out the links down the description as well as the podcast show notes. Follow the podcast. Mark bells power project on instagram. Nba power project on tick talk in twitter. My instagram and twitter is at. I m andruzzi john claude. Van daddy where you. Thanks eddie and seema anything on instagram youtube. Balancing the yin yang tick talk twitter mark. Happy birthday insieme. Thank you very much appreciate it. At mark smelly bell strength has never weakness week. This never strained. Catch you guys later..
"andruzzi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"My my daughter. She she likes watching like you know she likes watching it in like these other scary movies but that'll be on my son. Who has no idea what's going on. He's seven months old like no no he just like might like be playing with his toys. And then he'll look up and be like nv like hughes will lock on. And i'm like whoa. Don't watch this. He has no idea what it is. But i still don't want that like engraved in his head on just like you know like the first whatever couple of movies that you watch that s- like one of them like no i don't i don't want that Just weird on out of here. Andrew will few fuchsia and thank you america for sponsoring today's episode again merrick. Health dot com links to them down description as was podcast show notes follow the podcast. Mark bells power project on instagram. Nb power project on tick talking twitter in guys found this right now on youtube because we got a bunch of people that are taking out the livestream. Please make sure you guys subscribe. Hit button especially for topics or i guess. Content like Today's episode where you know. The majority of people might get upset that some of the information was shared today. So make sure you guys like it slightly more people can see it so we don't get put back in the youtube jail. Follow me on instagram. At i andruzzi at i am andruzzi on instagram and twitter and at the andruzzi on tick talk and sima where you at at insieme inyang on instagram youtube. Encima yin yang onto talking twitter. Real quick guys if you Have apple right apple podcasts. On your phone go. there leave. Review gives a five star review. And leave a little common if you can too so much you like this and maybe how much you like tony. N- yeah sometimes on teams. We get some press information this good so please do so tony. Where can people find you on everywhere. You're out for now until this one gets deleted to the tony dot huge instagram and tony huge link tree. You could search on google tony. Huge dot is website. And yeah you just got search. Tony huge noise look for me. Because i'm centered all over the place and got to follow you get notifications on my stuff because otherwise it's a lot of it gets shadow band. Well thank you for coming in super training day. And i'm glad you are back in the united states for a little bit till he's great to have you around. I appreciate you as a friend. court into correspond quite a bit even when we're not around each other so i appreciate it and You know just say give you a heads up like when i talk to people in the gym and i say. Hey tony huge. Everyone gets fired up. If he gets all excited i was like. Yeah tony's the hell of a guy he's awesome guy so it's always great to have you around appreciate it a lot. All right mark smelly bell strength has never weakness weakness never strength catchy guys later..
"andruzzi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Going through traffic and stuff like that. That's not bad. You get you a cup of coffee. You come on down. I hope you guys loved listening to those interview Clips by Joe. Andruzzi. Tim Wakefield and Jim Rice. And if you guys are interested in helping out and bought a shape or form with the Joe andruzzi Foundation, you guys can head directly to their Instagram page. They have there. Org page located right there. Again, guys, the boss babes are all about giving back helping out whenever we can, and, of course, showcasing What pro athletes do, both on and off the field at the start of this episode? I started saying my sister is pregnant. So yes, my sister broke, it is pregnant and she is having a baby boy. Again. He is due at any point in the next week or two. I'm so thrilled. It's the first baby in the FAQ. I'm going to be an aunt, of course and I'm actually the Godmother. I am super freaking excited for that this offseason, of course Ryan and I will be going back home to visit the family and see the new baby again. The main reason why I went back home was for her baby shower. The baby's name is Ethan and I wanted to share that name with you because originally when my sister was trying to get pregnant, both her and her husband, really wanted to have a baby girl. Like they were dead set on having a girl and then wham bam. The universe gave them a baby boy, but they are so freaking excited instead of naming the baby Emma. They are naming the baby Ethan, of course because he's a boy baby shower. It was fantastic. It was a brunch style. So we had, my boss says, we had breakfast foods. It was that a very nice venue. A lot of people actually get married at this venue. It was absolutely gorgeous. We had such a pretty day. The Sun was shining it off. Pretty cool out. No one was sweating or anything like that. Thank God. We were surrounded by lots of friends and family. I actually got to help give the gifts to my sister. So she had a whole bunch of tables full of freaking gifts. Her registry. Must have been fact, I don't even think she needs to get any gifts for this baby for Christmas. I told her she needs to take some of these gifts and rewrap them for Christmas gifts. Because wow, she got loaded down. Her gifts included, custom, baby blankets with horses on them because they are really big into the Cowboy theme and they love sports. Some of the custom blankets had the baby's name on it. She got rocking horses books and diapers, and baby onesies and everything. In between think, my sister was very grateful for all of the gifts that she received and all the love and the support. Also cousin is pregnant. So shout out to my cousin Brianna. She is actually do with her first baby. She's having a girl. So when I go back home, not only will Ryan and I be seeing my nephew Ethan for the first time, but we will also be seeing my cousin Brianna's, baby girl for the first time. But nonetheless, I I had such a freaking fantastic time. Back in the Boston area to wrap up, this freaking episode. I went to Fenway Park, went home for my sister's baby shower, or spend time with the beach, got some mimosas, got some seafood. Had some prime, do when swimming SARS Streaker at Fenway, heard people booing at Fenway Park or bumped into some friends like all in. All my trip was absolutely fabulous. I love going back to Massachusetts. And of course, I just want to thank all of you bots. Fanatics for listening to this episode and all of my episodes on here, guys, know that I drop about four brand new podcast episodes of month. 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"andruzzi" Discussed on The BosBabes
"A baseball park. Let me tell you this. I'm not really much of a hot dog person. If I'm going to a freaking barbecue. Wow, I would much rather and I don't mean to sound snobby, but I would much rather have a rare cooked burger with all the fixings. I would much rather have chicken wings is with side salads, and some potato chips, and I love me some steak tips. But heck yeah, when I'm at a ballpark, especially Fenway you, damn sure. I am going for those Fenway Franks. Not only did I have one, but I had to walk away Frank's. There is nothing like a freaking Fenway. Frank, the way that you bite into it, the way that it's snaps in your mouth. It's so juicy. Big fan of these Fenway Franks and the dog, eat it. I don't know about you guys listening, when you like to eat your hot dogs or Fenway Franks or whatever. I usually, like to put relish, sometimes on my hotdog and other times. I really enjoy. Catch up those. The only two toppings that I will put on a hot dog once in a while. If I'm feeling a little frisky. I will throw some chili on it. When it comes to the Fenway Frank. This is like the Lamborghini song dogs. People. You do not put anything on this freaking hot dog. You literally have to just eat it plain nothing on it obviously with the bunch so I had to play a game. Fenway Franks and they were delicious baby aside from spending time with friends and family and my sister's baby shower, which we will be talking about very shortly. After I also went to a awesome charity event. You guys know the boss babes lifestyle Sports podcast is all about charity, all about giving back and how would you local pro athletes, give back in a huge way. Shout out to Blue, Sky, sports and entertainment. I love working alongside of them. They work with so many Fantastic, local athletes and celebrities. That's a big part of what they do is help. These local athletes, set up charity events, and help raise money. For a number of causes. Again. This charity event was back in June of this past year, Joe, and Rosie, for those of you guys that do not know who he is, please go do a quick Google. Search. The man is very well known in the Boston area you play with the New England Patriots for number? Ears also is a Super Bowl champion and Joe was actually diagnosed with cancer a number of years ago and through that he and his wife, Jen, and his family realized, like holy cow, like the amount of bills that they racked up with him having to get treatment and staying in the hospital. He realized it was astronomically high. So they kind of figured like wow, if these bills are this high for a professional athlete, that makes a good living off. Just imagine what this burden is, like, on people that have a working nine-to-five job with a couple of children, making an average salary wage. What Jen and Joe did was they came up with an awesome nonprofit called The Joe andruzzi foundation and they essentially dead. Provide New England area, cancer, patients, and their families with financial assistance. So through hosting certain events and Galas and in this case, a golf tournament. They raised a ton of money in this money goes directly towards their nonprofit. Again, Joe andruzzi foundation. And with that money down, 100% of the proceeds go towards these cancer patients and their families to help pay their bills, Joanne Jersey, golf tournament. It was kind of rainy, but nice nonetheless. The event was a lot of fun. It was held at the Black Rock Country Club and a Hingham Massachusetts. Lots of local celebrities were there and professional athletes, both past and present were involved. I believe that they raised a couple hundred thousand dollars, which is absolutely fabulous and incredible Jen. And Joe do such a good job at putting on such a fan off. Event. However, I did get some interviews with former Boston Red Sox. Well known for his knuckleball. Tim Wakefield, Joe andruzzi himself and MLB Hall of Famer. Jim Rice. Here are some quick interview clips that I wanted to highlight for you guys. You guys can listen to that. Here. They are right here. We're here with to Wakefield started to be here. And obviously, we're waiting for the rain to pass know, for your knuckleball. That how are you going to do on the green today? And who's on your team? It's, you know, gyms on, on my team. I wish he was he and I play a lot of golf together. My thoughts my group yet, but I'm excited to get the invites in jail, to to help support his foundation and have a really good time here at Blackhawk Country Club. First-ever golf tornament. Oh, no, I've been to some of his other events and wage, then, you know, obviously, you know, like Jim. And I, we, we playing a lot of charity events around around New England as much as much as we can. We like to give back. They still families out there struggling and being here today and enjoying this lovely coughing. Losing a lot of golf balls. Probably, we're going to be spreading the wealth and helping those that are need that. You don't head hitting that Financial toxicity that we always talk about about, you know, cancer is not Chief wage, you know, some people that are out there, they need that actually helps you don't get evicted from their homes. Going online, working with the social workers throughout New England has helped a great deal cuts out job and half. They know the people that are in need a bath, when it comes to people personally or families and it's more or less mortgage rent utilities that are the main focus and we're able to pay off, you know, your electric your oil, your your mortgage and many things like that. And I know firsthand. I was fortunate enough to play in NFL for ten years. And when I was in the hospital for three months, inpatient and fifty, plus days there that my wife and kids and family was all turned upside down. And, you know, I thank God everyday for what I did. But others aren't as fortunate and to be there in the hospital and seeing the people walking at a hospital, like a revolving door and stuff. So being able to do we do and how we pay it forward. It is truly amazing. It's the most rewarding thing we can do and we'll be seeing some patients today and even some of the stories we get back and letters the emails and things like that. That just give you a call when he read Jim. How is it being here today? Supporting the Joe, andruzzi Foundation. I was chairman, is Jimmy flying For What by six, seven years. And so by waking has this sort of magic and American history. So when you created with the Red Sox, you contribute to the Bruins, you can turn to the papers. Whoever throwing a traumatic time. You show up. Are you an avid golfer or lawyer skills guy? I think I am a skills probably par. But, you know, if we get about the gulf, we talked about the charity. I mean, when you talk about charity, it's like, you know, guys out here that a Thursday. We were very, very talented. Be able to play a sport. There's nothing wrong with playing golf. Something you enjoy to get something back and it's not hurting. You only thing is hurting you is probably.
"andruzzi" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Having a doctor and this is not fun but you can find the fixed test positive but we were in forty cycles in order to get to a positive instead we just hear positive and you could have run forty five cycles when we know it's not really even anywhere near accurate probably after twenty low twenty cycles diagnostic test product. It's it's really not a diagnostic test. We we all know this and carry middle east of you know. Nobody tries to who created this has said it and has fought fao cheese since years even carry. Don't ever use this as a diagnostic tool. Unfortunately he dies moments before this entire pandemic starts. We could talk for days. We'll probably have you back on. But i wanted. There's something i want to talk about. One of the jobs that you had really is my understanding in sort of hand. Denic pandemic preparedness around. The world was to visit nations right and help them understand how they would handle a crisis whether it's Virus or things like that and what we see right now. Is this sort of one-size-fits-all idea. India is being treated the same way as pakistan is. America is. The uk is greece. Everyone's gotta be vaccinated shut down. Your business is shut down your schools. I mean i just think right away. there are nations. Where if you shut that down you shutdown business. There's no savings. These people are going to starve to death. Even driving across america there's certain neighborhoods counties in in states that are so poor. You recognize that. A shutdown of a couple of weeks could mean death and starvation. So this idea that there's this policy where this is the way you do it. Is that what you were taught to the whol when you would travel these nations wasn't always just a one size fits all. Here's the blueprint one. Two three four five. This is what you're gonna do in india. This same thing is what they're going to do in the uk and australia in america. Is that how this works. Is that how science works. No no it was exactly the opposite. Nobody talks iho anymore. The international health regulations but The the training was doing three years. It was three groups over about thirty five People each time online on site and We did is. That's the third course. it's on the job training. It's people from the ministries of health from who office from epidemic centers and The geneva the mostra public health where i've been teaching for twenty years. It was always about andruzzi. It means that adults who have already knowledge have to use their known edge and their context to apply any new Science so for example every health system is different. If you have the small islands pacific. We had people from indonesia. You know how many islands they have many. We can't even count. The preparedness plan is completely different because the port of entry of an agent virus whether it's chemical or or foodborne or infectious can be by the way infectious can be the virus virus or it can be foot board. Then we have chemical radio that anyway. So this is different. From the mountain areas of switzerland or is from a desert or you know arizona or mexico so everybody had to or afghanistan where there is some warzone still so everybody had to draw his health system and and imagine his tool kit for preparedness plan. It had to be contextualised. Have the transmission of information wherever they are have the ford diseases and this the decision instrument Where everybody in each county should go through it to see if this is really something to not defy w. show and eventually have it as an epidemic pandemic and the public health is serious or not. It's desk usually or serious illness. We have to know. If it's unknown an unusual it was not unusual co coronado viruses known. It was strange but it was not more risk of international. Spread is when it crosses the border and the risk of travel and trade. It was a very important point of this. Training is try to not stop economy and this is where the priority doesn't it. Yeah because they know that what you said that it would bring poverty so it was to keep everything going on but with safety Applied to the context and the country. If you have small islands you protected you stopped the votes. But you don't need to lock down if if you're on the pacific island and nobody comes to your island right. I mean unless it's because. I don't want to let that pass the goal really when you were traveling for the. Who meeting with these different nations to talk about pandemic preparedness disease. You know viruses or food-borne however it was gonna come the primary goal was. How do we fix the problem without stopping the economy without stopping your nation for moving. That was the number one goal so everything else so i would guess that somewhere on the list. There may be a total extreme situation where you might have to stop the economy but that would have been the end. The last worst case scenario is going to have shut everything down and what we saw in the world to what mead still appears to me to be a bad cold. It has some issues. Maybe you know that the facts some people in high risk categories very badly but for the greatest part us young people most adults. It's not that big an issue and they jumped so quickly to shutting down economies shutting down our lives. It's like it became number one when it should have been number one hundred yes absolutely right and it's exactly what shocked me. I was in south korean. Came back and suddenly the virus was more hero and we did the lockdown. And i was like what's going on. And i think One of the explanation is that we have technocrats behind this pandemic that have used the transmission.
"andruzzi" Discussed on Mind Pump
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"andruzzi" Discussed on Edge of the Web
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"andruzzi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"andruzzi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But, you know, you guys are real humans that have emotions and you see a lot of of awful things and For you guys. You know your whole family have the level success that you've had, and the mental toughness of the family to be ableto continue to go on through that season. It's really remarkable how you did it. Wire it all to my terrorists Way had agree about bringing and Four boys, You know we Ah, we got in trouble. A lot for boys in New York City, Loud mouth, New York, Italian family and Ah grand parents were straight off the boat, and they came over here at a young age and Instil hardened heart and dedication on learning a new tree and, um, you know, earn Ah, learning a new language. No, there was no Ah! Issues of Ah speaking different languages. So when he came over, it was English was the spoken language, and they had to learn that that'll learn new trade and Say my grandma had eight kids and My name. You know, there was no college back then. And a lot of, um did go into Ah service O R. Even the police and fire and Um, you know also, Ah. Turning around and ah, you know, being able to earn if you still living at home and earned some money you can, you know, help pay the bills. And that's how life was back. Especially. AH, there was no real birth control back in the day, the hard word again, and dedication wasn't still buying them. And my parents and still them on us. WeII worked for everything they've got. Any time I made it into the lead from a small diversion to team and you know, I was studying to be a special ed teacher and Football kind of derailed me a little bit and Me. You know, I loved playing football was just an added bonus for me for going college and You know, and I still hadn't get and Saul ships at first and something that had to work for and getting in the NFL and having a chance and Getting to Green Bay and showing up with a big fat zero bonus. You signed my rookie free agent contract and them even taking the big pen that I signed the contract with. So you know, I had gotten the lead and Scratching the bottom and Oh, and I love proved people wrong and notes of survival. Joe Andruzzi here with us for a few more minutes on the Zach Gelb show. Make sure you follow his foundation Joe Andruzzi Foundation, Joe Andruzzi FND and on Twitter. Joe, tell us about all the great work that your foundation does. Joe Andruzzi foundation dot org's has a lot of our information on their butt. 2007 finish my attempt here in the league and About to go play from my 11th somewhere and Working out and not feeling so good. I had a stomachache and continued to get worse and worse. And, ironically, in God works in funny ways. As I told my brother and I know he You told me And he was told a lot of times where you know what doesn't kill you makes you stronger and Me and I try to live by those words because Ah has a battle of my life for a lot of battles and almost one years on the football field and here I was battling from a hospital bed was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer, called Burkett's lymphoma. Ah, hospitalized And for about 50 12 days, sometimes 5 to 10 Days Tree of chemo. On DA was a battle on a lot of it. I don't remember what it's called Chemo brain. Anybody knows that It's not fun is ah reason why they call it chemo brain. You really don't want to remember and You know, being there and going through that toughest time it just it wasn't fun. On having four kids at that time and You know, and being at home and trying to keep them busy. My wife, Jen was my rock and you know, she Was at the hospital so late night, sometimes sometimes sleeping over, but No getting up at 5 A.m. to Dr Holmes. Dependence of the kids woke up with a parent home. So On two people ask Ari is extremely how'd you do it on You don't think you just do it, and you know that that was her answer on No, we ended up starting. The foundation made 2008 going on a 13 year now and It's truly amazing work that we go and we love being a part of so many families. We help any cancer any age, all throughout New England. Helping those families and individuals with those home and build that sometimes forgotten about. So we help with Mortgage rent utilities, You know things like that that Ah, no. Nothing medical because No medical committee put on payment plans any of these not so easy, So for us, it's been and do that. I know I was fortunate to play in the NFL for 10 years. So others are in enforcement. Some have a child where they've got to stop working. 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"andruzzi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You're never going to be able to get over that, Nor should you get to be able to get over that. But eventually you have to go on living your life. To honor And be a success on the people that Did pass away that day. And sports was instrumental in a massive way. Sports were so imperative in the healing process, and I just remember as a New Yorker that Mike Piazza home run against the Braves, the left center field. And I remember hearing a mother and her two sons who they lost their dad in 9, 11 say. The mom said. I never thought my kids were going to smile again and that night. On that September 21st in 2000. Mormon, Piazza eats at home run. Those two young kids are on the seats at Shea Stadium, jumping up and down because of the piazza home run. And then I even said the Jets Pats game that Andruzzi scene of him running out to the field with two American flags and running up to his brothers and giving him a big hug. And then everyone given his three brothers are standing ovation because they're New York City firefighters. It was so powerful and I looked at the time that we're in right now, and I know there's some similarities and there's obviously some differences. But now it seems like we're so divided. Because now everything is blue and and read. Everything turns into an argument, and there's no conversation. I think with what we're going through right now, with this pandemic. We really need to stop debating one another, and there's always healthy conversations to have, but a lot of times. It comes with a lot of hostility, and it just comes with a lot of mean tone in it, and we need to be there for one another in a time where A lot of people are going through some awful times mentally and then also physically right now as well. So on the 19th year anniversary of 9 11, I obviously want to spend this time. In the open right here, thanking the first responders, banking all the heroes, remembering people that passed away trying to save others and just also remembering anyone that passed away. That shouldn't have passed away that day, where they were just trying to live a normal and their daily routine and go through their daily routine and because of terrorism. We did Same Those lives get taken from us way too soon. Zack help show on CBS Sports Radio 19 past the hour will take a time out, and when we come on back, we will get to some football. Who's going to be able to beat the Kansas City Chiefs? They look damn good last night. But the 16 and those talks.
"andruzzi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It was difficult. It was just kind of day-to-day kind of making it work. What if I'm that we have to do? Where what are the kids need to do that? How remainder I work at the same time, Bronson crew says health risks for in-person learning or a big concern. Her Weiss Immune system has been compromised after overcoming cancer and with her family being African American. There's added worries with the Corona. Virus known to affect black people disproportionately. Education Minnesota State's largest teacher's Union says a survey of its members found that nearly half preferred a continued distance learning others including state. Republican leaders have pushed harder for schools to reopen their doors. Even before the pandemic Americans wasted about forty percent of the food, we produce two hundred and eighteen billion dollars worth each year now, a report from the nonprofit ref- fed says that the pandemic has worsened the problem. Problem of food waste, but may also lead to a smarter more Nimble food supply. The COVID, nineteen US food system review found that farms were devastated when demand from restaurants, cruise, ships and airlines evaporated overnight Jackie sluggish from referred says thousands of tons of excess food had to be destroyed the inconsistencies and that supply and demand drive a lot of uncertainty in decision, making and uncertainty. Almost place I'm Suzanne Potter. This is PMS. And as Virginia Andruzzi, third phase of its covid nineteen recovery this week. Some nursing homes finally are lifting restrictions for visitors AARP Virginia wants visitors eager to see loved ones for the first time in months to take needed precautions. Jim Data, with the Organization says folks need to prepare themselves to make sure their visits are safe. He says the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid has provided facilities with recommendations about resuming in person visits and people should ask nursing homes questions about this guidance include. Has It been lease twenty eight days without a new covid nineteen case in the facility? Are there declining cases in the surrounding community and And, of course, our regular testing opportunities for residents, he adds that one of the most critical issues to ask about is whether the facility has adequate supplies of personal protective equipment for staff and visitors. Folks also should inquire about required health checks I'm Diane. Bernard as July. The Fifteenth One, thousand, one hundred and eighty cove in nineteen deaths occurred at long term care facilities in Virginia according to state data. That's almost sixty percent of the total cova deaths reported in the Commonwealth. While life managers in Wyoming moving forward to combat chronic wasting disease deer, elk and Moose hurts after the Wyoming game and fish commission approved a new statewide management plan, state, game and fish department director. Brian. Nesovic says managers can pick and choose from new tools in their tool kits. Because herds in different areas face unique challenges, some areas might see expanded hunting harvests for example to call infected animals. Really this plan was intended to provide a list of different options that wildlife managers out on the ground could use to apply to management to meet objectives in those hers scattered all around the state in other areas, controversial.
"andruzzi" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"So which is headed toward Bermuda will continue to cause rip currents all up and down the east coast as we go through the next couple of days mainly clear calm and cool tonight lows in the mid fifties we'll see a chance of a shower along the shore mainly on Wednesday otherwise dry highs in the upper sixties sunshine low seventies Thursday and warming up on Friday sunny with a high near eighty five urologist parts of it I think the the grease in Woodbridge sixty one degrees in Pleasantville fifty eight degrees in these ones are faster having instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five. join New Jersey one one point five big Joe Andruzzi work as live from back its accuracy and health clinic in Belle Mead Saturday and nine AM the waterhole for more information visit the events page at NJ one oh one five eight nine Jones was a walk this whole. hold me makes it to the wall. finishes. this food. and soon. I want to drive the pace car for the walk maybe even worse I think you might be harder to try to maintain a walking pace in any sort on I've become a jog to become a writer thank you guys catch up did you see bell was clocked at twenty one miles an hour hi so that Austin he's fast man if only the giants had a wide receiver of Odell Beckham junior capacity I am now a change that would make Daniel Jones is life a little bit easier not he's Startin at the go Jo ran twenty five one you just Cleveland from the job. he have spring in his step he was happy was cherry meanwhile we got home game Jones so what happened at that UFO story now my god I Bob's reliable guy I am just robs you know chief of detectives he's gonna try to pull a fast one no he's he's for real and imagined have you ever seen UFO. I don't think so but if I had it's probably been white from my memory by now by the way. but I'm a big.
"andruzzi" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Today. Well, Ed Sheeran. Donkey today for Wednesday March nineteenth called Adrian Bronner and Andrew Cardwell. Adrian Bronner is a former four-time world champion and four weight classes in boxing either. You love them or you hate them. But you have to admit he's entertaining on Andrew Andrew Caldwell is a man who went viral because he used to love peanuts and a path life. We're not anymore. Remember this? I am. Well, yesterday, Adrian Brodie made the mistake that so many people on social media making he went back and forth with a negro. All right. My man low Duval give y'all a word and his now classic record smile. Be. When you truly living your best life. You got time to be going back and forth with people. And that's why the situation is such a teachable moment. Now, I don't know what happened in this situation. I want also to say, I don't believe anything. I'm hearing in this situation. I'm just using this as a teachable moment to remind our listeners, this is why you don't argue with full because people from a distance can't tell who's who. I really don't know who to fool is in this situation. I'm just following this from what I saw on some of my favorite social media Instagram pages this morning, first Hollywood unlocked, dropping bombs from Jason Lee. Leeann Hollywood, I'm not Jason was happening. Now the Hollywood unlock posted a message from Adrian bra in a said a at Andrews e Caldwell if you don't get out my inbox before points to test is thrown out your gas. And then he put the caption needs n words bowl. His f-. I guess I don't do enough gangsta. No, more shaking my head for respect. You got the shooter n word. Get inward shot every week. F- outta here. Okay. Adrian, take it from me. A man who gets gay guys hitting on him a lot. I work with a potentially gay man who flirts with me constantly. Oh shut up. Hush gay, man. We'll just take it as a compliment. It is. I'm just saying, I'm if everyone a gay man holidays, you just take it to the compliment, you know, mean treatment treat it like, you would treat a woman you're not interested in. It's not that deep when a woman you not interested in drought hit on you. You don't threaten the shooter don't threaten shoot him. Well, Andruzzi Caldwell. Posted a message can I can I hear this audio God deliver me from homosexual? So you can pick up the spirit, and I see you, and you do go that way young girls they cover up. No, you better watch out sale. These receive you need to tell you, you are we see you. We see each other. You do go that way in my job is not to blast no body or none of that. But don't come trying China sleep. But you know, you're trying to sleep with me. Shade room Sudan. Dropping include monthly.
"andruzzi" Discussed on Mixergy
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"andruzzi" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Way to. To hire. Imagine if you took a selfie of your brain while listening to him talk about not safe for work. Becks on AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. This is the best of the Glenn Beck program. The Glenn Beck program. And we're talking to Helen Andruzzi conservative writer. She wrote a piece in in first things called shame storm. Helen, you brought up something I think is really interesting about how people won't react to rational thought in these moments. And it strikes me that when these things start when these sort of online. Shame trains begin we in ourselves. Wind up excusing a lot of awful behavior to in attempt to pile on we use a a great example with Kevin Williamson we love Kevin. He's been on the show before he went to the Atlantic. People. Don't remember the story, and they unearthed some comment that he had made about abortion. And the the controversy really wasn't about the comment afterwards. People started saying I'm fearful to work with Kevin Williamson twenty-five percent. He might want to kill twenty five percent of the of the women who work here, and you point out correctly. No one actually believe Kevin Williamson was a threat to anyone around them. They had justified in this moral sort of crusade the idea that they could say anything about this person and and lie about their own feelings too. Because this was so justified. Did you feel like you're kind of at the other end of that going through this process? Sure, you know, I read in in comments or blog post people saying things about me that we're just not true. Know, we're just factually easily charitably, folks. And I kind of wondered how is it that these people who've never met me care so much about ruining my life. What did I do to make them so angry with me? And eventually I realized that they're not angry at me. They don't care all that much about me one way or the other. They've got their own reasons they're angry at women or they're angry conservatives or they're just angry in general and life lashing out. They just enjoy the Russia's outrage. You know, you really wants you read enough of the comments or follow enough. Shame storms. You realize it's not about you. It's not about the person at the middle of it. It's just about there's just a pattern to the dynamic of these things always go. It's like a wave or an avalanche. So so how how do you deal with it? 'cause you I would imagine you've tried all of the, you know. Argue let it go. Don't read it be nice. I mean what works. You know, it's it's funny. It took me a long time to get to a place where I'm okay with it. But once I did, I realized I was actually grateful that this I truly believe that was part of a bigger plan that this should happen to me that you know, I was a pretty rotten person. When I was twenty four I was selfish and careless and very proud. And I don't know if anything short of this kind of not upside the head I could have done it for me. You know, I I was raised in a very secular household. You know, the only church we recognize the church of NPR. But. It was only in college. And after going into conservative journalism that I met any Christian at all. And one of the things that one of them said to me after this whole thing happened was, you know, Helen, there is no humility without humiliation. And and gosh was that true. You know, I was just a very proud person. My instinct was always to think that I don't deserve this bad thing that's happening to me. But I that saying that just stuck in my head. There is no humility without humiliation led me to self-reflection realizing, you know. Yeah. The only solution here is to try and become a better person. So. So my lesson. So let me ask you because I think that's a great lesson to learn. And when I have learned through the years sure have shut up. But. It's important that we recognize the, you know, that, you know, recognize our place in the universe and time and space. However, it also seems that no matter how much you change. They're just going to say, you're only doing that. Because of x y and z so you never escape that. Does that make sense to you? Or have you experienced that? Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. That. There's no, you know, there's no way to indicate that you've changed or reformed which you know, as the only thing that there's nothing you can do to change how other people direct. You know, they're they're they're not your problem. You you only have control over you. But one thing that I've certainly taken away when I see other people who have been through these kinds of shame storms or I hear rumors about somebody. Oh, he did some kind of thing in the past or she's guilty of this is it's been a while. I always start from the default overshooting indicate or prove to me otherwise. But then have changed since they have become a better person. Give people the benefit of the doubt. It seems like we have we're living in a society that just doesn't ever forgive. Yeah. Well, you know, I've gotten a lot of feedback ever since this essay was published, you know, some people some people's names I recognize and have seen on TV reached out and said something like this happened to me thank you for including a Ray of hope at the end of your story. But the messages that got me the most we're from people in a small town. Nobody had ever heard of that famous. But whose lives have been wrecked or overturned by events. Like, this was the worst person on the internet for forty eight hours. And then everybody else knows on. But I'm still here living amidst the wreckage. There's the guy could spend so much time talking to you one question before we go. We got one minute you wound up eventually reconnecting with your ex boyfriend where this whole incident started. And you've you've talked to him since how do you what's your relationship? Like now. Yeah. It's no it's quite positive. You know, we we we because he suffered just as much as I did, you know, he eventually lost his job over over this incident. And and he's kind of, you know, people make fun of him on the internet. He finds it hard to get gigs. Now. So we've both Tyler and a lesson. He he I asked him if he would do it over again, if he if he has the choice, and he said absolutely not not a chance. Yeah. So yeah. No. And and I forgive him. And he forgives me, and that's really the moral of this story Ellen. Thank you for having the guts for first of all for not giving up. And and then finding the positive message in it and and changing your life. I think this is a great story of redemption. That's not going to go viral. But it should because it's important. And I think it's going to happen to all of us in one way or another. Helen. Thank you. Thank you so much fun. You bet. Helen Andrews, you can read this story. It's fascinating to read. And she's and she really goes into great detail of other people, and and the things that she tried along the way. You can see it. It's at first things. It's called. Shame storm just just to Google search Helen Andrews and shame storm. We'll we'll tweet it out as well. Yeah. Maybe you shouldn't Google her. He's a student playing into faster. What are you doing? She's she's. I've.
"andruzzi" Discussed on WLAC
"And fifteen ten WNYC. This is the best of the Glenn Beck program. The Glenn Beck program. And we're talking to Helen Andruzzi conservative writer. She wrote a piece in in first things called shame storm. Helen, you brought up something I think is really interesting about how people won't react to rational thought and these moments, and it strikes me that when these things start when these sort of online. Shame trains begin we in ourselves wind up excusing a lot of awful behavior to an attempt to pile on. We give us a great example withdrew his Catt. Kevin Williamson we love Kevin. He's been on the show before he went to the Atlantic. If people don't remember the story, and they unearthed some comment that he had made about abortion, and the the controversy really wasn't about the comment afterwards. People started saying I'm a fearful to work with Kevin Williamson twenty-five percent. He might want to kill twenty five percent of the of the women who work here. And you point out correctly. No one actually believe Kevin Williamson was a threat to anyone around them. They had justified in this moral sort of crusade the idea that they could say anything about this person and and lie about their own feelings too. Because this was so justified. Did you feel like you're kind of at the other end of that going through this process? Sure, you know, I read in in comments or blog post people saying things about me that we're just not true. You know, we're just factually easily. Check a belief. And I kind of wondered how is it that these people who've never met me care so much about ruining my life. What did I can make them? So angry with me. And eventually I realized that they're not angry at me. They don't care all that much about me one way or the other. They've got their own reasons they're angry at women or they're angry at conservatives, and they're just angry in general and like lashing out enjoy the Russia's outrage. You know, you really wants you read enough of the comments or follow enough. Shame storms. You realize it's not about you. It's not about the person at the middle of it. It's just about there's just a pattern to the dynamic. These things always go. It's like a wave or an avalanche. So so how how how do you deal with it? You. I would imagine. You've you tried all of the, you know, argue let it go. Don't read it be nice. What works. You know, it's it's funny. It took me a long time to get to place where I'm okay with it. But once I did, I realized I was actually grateful that this I truly believe it was part of a bigger plan that this should happen to me that you know, I want a pretty rotten person. When I was twenty four I was selfish and careless and very proud. And I don't know if anything short of this kind of knock upside the head could have done it for me. You know, I I was raised in a very secular household. You're the only church we recognize what the church of NPR. It was only in college. And after going into conservative journalism that I met any Christian at all. And one of the things that one of them said to me after this whole C-SPAN thing happened was, you know, Helen, there is no humility without humiliation. And gosh was that true. You know, I was just a very proud person. My instinct was always the things that I don't deserve bad thing. That's happening to me. But I that saying that just stuck in my head. There is no humility without humiliation. Let me self-reflection realizing, you know. Yeah. The only solution here is to try and become a better person. So. So my lesson. So let me ask you because I think that's a great lesson to learn and one I have learned through the years. Sure have shut up. But. It's important that we recognize the, you know, that, you know, recognize our place in the universe and time and space. However, it also seems that no matter how much you change myths nocco, they're just going to say, you're only doing that. Because of x y and z so you never escape that. Does that make sense to you? Or have you experienced that? Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. That. There's no, you know, there's no way to indicate that you've changed or reformed which you know, as the only thing that there's nothing you can do to change how other people direct. You know, they're they're they're not your problem, you you only have control you. But one thing that that I've certainly taken away when I see other people who have been through these kinds of shame storms or I hear rumors about somebody. Oh, you did some kind of bad thing in the past or she's guilty of this is it's been a while. I always start from the default overshooting indicate or proves to me otherwise that they have changed since they have to come better person. Give people the benefit of the doubt. It seems like we have we're living in a society that just doesn't ever forgive. Yeah. Well, you know, I've gotten a lot of feedback ever since this essay was published, you know, some people some people names I recognize and have seen on TV reached out and said something like this happened to me thank you for including a Ray of hope at the end of your story. But the the messages that got me the most we're from people in a small town. Nobody had ever heard of who aren't that famous? But whose lives have been wrecked or overturned by events. Like, this was the worst person on the internet for forty eight hours. And then everybody else. But I'm still here living amidst the wreckage. There's this guy could spend so much time talking to your Helen one question before we go. We got about one minute you wound up eventually reconnecting with your ex boyfriend where this whole incident started. And if you've talked to him since how what's your relationship like now? Yeah. It's not quite positive. You know, we we we because he suffered just as much as I did, you know, he eventually lost his job over over this incident. And and he's kind of, you know, people make fun of him on the internet. He finds it hard to get gigs now. And so we both Tyler earned a lesson. He he asked him if he would do it over again, if he if he has a choice, and you said absolutely not not a chance. So. Yeah. No. And and I forgive him. And he forgives me, and that's really the moral of this story Ellen. Thank you for having the guts for first of all for not giving up. And and then finding the positive message in it and and changing your life. I think this is a great story of redemption. That's not going to go viral. But it should because it's important. And I think it's going to happen to all of us in one way or another. Helen, thank you. Thank you so much fun. You bet Helen Andrews, you can read this story. It's fascinating to read. And she's and she really goes into great detail of other people, and and the things that she tried along the way. You can see it. It's at first things. It's called shame storm just just Google search Helen Andrus and shame storm. We'll tweet it out as well. Yeah. Maybe you shouldn't Google her some you'd.