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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Into a simple actionable path and so that's kind of how wellness Mama began and eventually grew into a huge community. And I'm so grateful that it's become one it hasn't that so many moms are now involved in its now led to other businesses as well And the business always was pretty easy because you can read the book she can figure out the business side you can make systems and that part never really stressed me out but when I had I think my third I got to a point in my personal life where I was so stressed. All the time in law already at that point running the blog wellness. Mama was a thing that point exactly. Yeah so by the time. Three four and five and six came along. The blog was already a fulltime job and we had other projects on the table as well. We done real estate investing in all kinds of things In the business stuff never stressed me out but at home I was just always stressed and I left some point. I'm like I am not gonNA sacrifice my family for this. That's gotta be the most important thing I consider deleting the blog for a little while because I was like I can't do both of these things and obviously the more important and in a moment clarity. One day like literally crying in the shower. I realized because I kept asking myself. Why am I so good at the business side and I feel like I'm failing as a mom right now and I realized it was because in Business? Ran Everything with clear. Kpi's clear goals clear systems. I knew when everything had to happen how it had to happen and if other people needed to be involved to make it happen all of that was part of the system whereas at home I was trying to manage. What eventually all eight of our schedules and everything involving the household and the children and school and their emotional health all in my head which meant I had constant open loops and things always felt through the cracks and I felt like it all fell on me and so I basically over the next six months started writing our house like I run a business not in military. Since I was being any tougher on my kids but just that everything started to have a clear system. There was a time and a place for everything. Everything ran on the schedule and I made the kids were involved a lot more than they had been before Realizing just like in a business where all part of this as a team and its if it doesn't all fall on me were going to be much more efficient and so now our house runs extremely smooth and whenever. I HAVE TO TRAVEL. Someone else can come easily. Fill in my part of it because it runs on our system interesting. So do you have Do you have like Anybody who use as an assistant like for example our House. We have one gal who actually comes to our house each day and she helps with like you know checking now opening packages meeting people there who might be coming over to repair things almost kind of like live in daytime assistant. Do you guys use that law like Nannies? Assistance folks that I haven't personal assistant who helps with similar type things I don't have a nanny. 'cause that was something. I tried for several years and I would always end up in a dynamic where the nanny was taking care of my kids and then I would be like cleaning or whatever and then I had this feeling. Wait why am I not the ones spending time with my kids and so I stopped hiring nannies and I hire people to support the business side but not me interacting with my kids and we do have a couple of tutors that help with the home school side now which is great because then I have a couple of hours a day to get work done while the kids are doing other subjects. But I don't have a nanny and that's how about your husband. How how integral has he been in this process? Because from what I understand he he had his own job when you first started wellness Mama but then gradually became more kind of involved with wellness Mama. Yeah he was running and it worked out great in. Seo Agency When I started wellness and so he kind of used the blog as a test ground for his paying clients and then over time as all of that worked really well and wellness grew. It became much more of a demand on his time. He switched to focusing more on wellness. Mama and he also runs our media company called wellness media and has been involved in wellness. New Business as well but he definitely concentrates more on the tech and marketing side whereas I'm more content and strategies. I do all the kids in the business at all. Now yeah absolutely. The older ones are involved directly in fact. Our oldest is the environmental officer for our new company. Because he's so passionate about the environment and sustainability that he legitimately knows more about that than I do at this point But and they they understand at a high level all of the businesses and they've helped out with when they're young small things like filing and Like Balancing Checkbooks in understanding profits and loss statements and all that But now as they're getting older so go with them. Was that we. We knew we wanted to raise entrepreneurs or at least that they have the opportunity to be entrepreneurs that they wanted to be and so our goal was to finish their traditional schoolwork about thirteen or fourteen and then create a business incubator in which we could teach that to them. So our oldest is finishing up his schoolwork at the end of this year. So we'll have his high school school done and then will work with him to create a business with. We have a contract with them that they have to have a profitable business for a year before they can have a car or a cell phone. So he'll intensively move into that phase of creating starting a business and running it and We're actually I actually hope that they'll have a couple of failures along the way because I think you can learn much more failure than success sometimes but It's been fun to watch them all. Start to think of those ideas as they get near the end of their school. Okay got it. No you know a big part of Mama is obviously this focus on you know natural home whether it's natural personal care products or house cleaning chemicals or DIY projects for wellness. And I'm curious about like how your process goes like. How do you actually research this stuff? You find things your kitchen like a frigging test lab were were or how do you structure? Your Day in terms of higher gathering and assimilating all this information and testing it and releasing it to the world so my day is pretty structured. I actually only ended up. I only do structured work for at most three to four hours a day depending on the day. I'm a big believer. That will fill whatever time we give ourselves. If I gave myself eight hours to work I would figure out ways to spend that much time doing the same amount of thing But when the kids are in school with the tutors I will. That's why dedicated time so on days. That are related to product testing It all did start in my kitchen for years. I've been iterating on all these products in my kitchen. And for instance. My toothpaste has been through almost one hundred innovations And I started by researching actually like pubmed to see if there were any studies on different ingredients. Either good or bad running everything through the WG database to see what the current toxicology talks that on that would be and then the database me the environmental working group this database which rates any ingredient. You can rent any personal care products through that or you can run any product in your house. Essentially through that it'll give you a rating on a scale of one to ten or it might be the Meta change the numbering system but it's like green yellow red of how safe or unsafe they consider it to be for your home or your skin so running everything through there and my criteria always was. I wanted it to be rated Safeway. They eat mud. Before I would even consider putting it products and then from the safest working within that to create products that were effective. It's been really fascinating. Now doing this with a team of chemists and manufacturers and formulators because they obviously have a background in this. So it's they've been able to bring new perspective to the table as well and then also debating with them when I tell me something can't be done because like I said you can't make natural toothpaste without glycerin. It and we did That it was a really long iterative process and it's been fascinating really even learning the inner workings of that world even work because I've used diy products in our home for ten years. So I haven't been as worried about what was in other products and I just wasn't using them but realizing now as we're in this world and creating products that are going to be for sale. Just how little oversight there is in this industry. I think people don't even realize how few ingredients are approved for safety. And how many personal care products specifically in personal care products food is a little bit more regulated and. I know you've talked about all the problems with our foods. We don't have to like go deep on that today but the personal care stuff. I knew there were a lot of bad products out there. But it's blown me away to realize how little oversight there is. We're actually creating products in this industry. And how much people can get away with about so for instance The FDA has very little power and actually being able to pull these products from the shelves. And it takes a whole lot to do that. So for instance A really major company. I'm not gonNA name name Was recently sued for using talcum powder in their baby powder because it can be potentially contaminated with his bestest and it has lead to cancer for all of these people. There are now over. Fifteen thousand lawsuits filed against this company for this product which you would think would mean that. They would pull it from the shelves but they haven't and it still being sold and there's not even any warnings about its safety and I think hopefully not not your listeners. Certainly but a lot of people I think kind of think that the government or some regulatory agency is GonNa make sure that the things that they were using in their home are safe. And if it's for sale in the store it should be safe and it just completely opposite of that especially for personal care products with the amount of harmful ingredients that are abandoned. Europe even that are found in American products that are regulated. One interrupted a show. If you see me at the gym these days or walking along the beach or simply lounging in my house about ninety percent of the time. I'm wearing my viorica lithium on my shirt right now while I'm talking to you. 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"ben twenty five" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

13:56 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Elections were postponed within hours of the polls by a week to February twenty third. That's this weekend. The independent national electoral commission blamed logistical issues, including bad, weather, sabotages and delays and delivering ballot papers, but will the commission now be able to keep to its new deadline, and will the delay influence the results are Nigeria correspondent Miami. Jones reports. That's something voters are going to hear a lot of on election day. The sound of called Vida starting up following Saturday's postponement over one hundred and eighty thousand of them to be the configured and redeployed. I mean, the officers of the electoral commission of the federal capital territory in Asia. And here workers are busy reconfiguring the Qadri does that will be used to identify voters when they show up on Saturday. The changing the dates on readers to reflect new election date of the twenty third of February. Ballot papers with old sheets and over a million staff will also need to make it to the country's one hundred and twenty thousand polling stations. I Nick says this is a unique logistical challenge is intellectual Commissioner for the federal capital territory. This was this last Saturday. The repercussion could add more than the first woman because in. Not all these says it materials were place, the ballot papers. The results is most of them were not available at all. But are you prepared for the new election data decisively? Absolutely can see we really prepared. So no chance of another postponement that is any relation NFC t I will be the one. I don't think that's going to be any chance of a tall. That's no consolation to voters who made the long journey last week to vote Sandra Day and Mohammed bin Ibrahim both Booja to vote last weekend. But that's where the similarities end Sandra is a first time voter who traveled nine hours by road to ebony state in southeastern Nigeria. I was awake -til. Sue, Wendy news coming that's Hobie. No election. I cried seriously was painful this trays and the money was crazy. So I. Even traveled a game. Mohammed on the other hand has voted in every election since Nigeria returned to democracy. He says he'll be returning to Kadena Inova Nigeria this weekend. This is where we can make our change one one you smell satisfied with the one that is ruling this alternative one hus- to vote him out. He diets Hassan of the center for democracy and development, west Africa says traditionally voter turnout in the north of the country has been higher than in the south postponement what it's will eventually lead to more voter apathy. And when you look at it for major political basis where votes had where you can people are voted in previous elections. It's in the not waste with over twenty million votes. I'm as strong old of president format. So just to be clear in new estimation. The only person that would benefit from a postponement is the same person that was in. In the lead before the postponement, and that's president. Yes, you will actually benefit from the postponement because of this deep containers voter turnout in that area. But in turnout is expected in most of the country, the subtlety many voters who struggled to get the time of work and the money to travel again, it's still likely to be a close race between the two main parties to winner will be whoever can reenergize do still willing to go out and vote Miami James reporting from Nigeria, and of course, we'll keep you posted on that election as it happens. Let's take you from Nigeria to Tanzania now. Young thing Lang was nicknamed the ivory Queen. She was considered one of the leading ivory traffickers in Africa for over a decade making millions of dollars as the link between poachers on the continent and the lucrative ivory market in China and the far east will yesterday a court in Tanzania sentenced the businesswoman to fifteen years in jail for smuggling ivory young thing. Was convicted for her role in the trafficking of more than seven hundred tusks worth two and a half million dollars. Let's get more now and speak to the wildlife. Crimes. Lawyer Jim Carney of wildlife direct. Jim great to have you with us. It took more than three years to convict and sentence. Young Fang-lang and to Tanzanian men eight why did it take so long to convict them? How difficult is it to track? Someone like that down. Oh, thank you for having me. Ben in China. I muscle. It took actually five years for trial to get over. And as I understand optimal Justice is inundated. With many other cases, there's a massive backlog. But then again, it was how hard it is to get evidence to just bring the case against that problem, the beauty about and was a special about every queens case was the public attention and interest was maintained in this case such that the prosecutors investigators than judicial officers find in this case, why held harnessed accountable all to the criminal Justice chain. So it's the average rate we see cases in Africa go for it takes three to five years for such a case to concrete. Yeah. She's quite a prominent figure. You know in in in that in that world, and I'm just wondering the significance of of this. Because of who she is. But do you think it will make a difference in the illegal ivory trade in east Africa? Absolutely to make a difference. I it's a landmark decision that festival. Does that the law can apply to high profile traffic as previously only low level blow around poachers were being turned the book? But now finally we have a Chinese national who had failed city to comment trade induna fires activities on African soil and has been brought to account despite the fact that we believe that, you know, they'll give them to do this is being done with complicit or tacit tacitos of corrupt law enforcement. So bringing this person to Justice is an indicator and signals. The criminal Justice system in Tanzania has come of age. And can you bring these people to Justice? She is a Chinese national, how likely do you think it is that she'll have to see out the whole sentence? I'll be very honest with you if there's no political tampering or diplomatic tampering with this case, you will serve fifteen years. She has a lot can be seen about the quality of omen, the age of my grandmother in an African prison. Life will be unbearable for it's quite unfortunate. But she deserves it what we expect is. She will stop our time. And if she doesn't go through parole or if there's no diplomatic tampering. Expect to come out at the ripe old age of eighty three years old, Jim many, thanks, Jim Carney. There of wildlife direct day on the BBC World Service, shaima halio and Ben James and Matthew Kenyon with all the sports news. Yeah. Good morning Ben twenty-five chances but no goals pass alone. Visit to Leon in the last sixteen of the European Champions League ended in a nil nil last night Prosser coach and Esther Valverde admitted he wasn't happy with that result. But he said he was happy with his team's performance. Of course, an away goal for Leo in the second leg at the camp network. Give them a decent advantage in the tie. And that is also now the case for Liverpool after their own nil nil draw at home against buying Munich last night, again a decent number of chances. But neither side was able to take them which accounts for Liverpool Bossier can Klopp being reasonably happy despite not getting the win. If you win tonight will Neal, what would have changed really then began nil nil is enough for whatever that's pretty much of its we draw them with one one. But it's not enough as well. So not perfect but good enough to work with. Well, tonight, it's eventers at Athletico Madrid and Shoka hosting Manchester City in that last game is the third Germany versus England tight at this stage of the European Champions League. Because as well as Liverpool by and shell ca city remember last week, Tottenham Hotspur and a big three nil win in the first leg of that tie with Borussia Dortmund. So shall we? Compare the two countries Rafael hunting Eckstein is football writer in Germany broadcaster in the UK regular contributors to here on the BBC as well. Thanks for being with us this morning, Rafael English clubs quite often compare themselves to Spain obviously with the dominance of Real Madrid in particular in the European Champions League over the last few years is is that a similar reaction in Germany Dubai in particular, look at rail and think that should be us. Yes. I mean finest of low onto themselves in the league at the dominant force on six titles in the role. Oh, they've won the European Cup five times. They they see themselves as reiver's offer legit of Barcelona. That's how they start the season. The league is almost a given forty the size for the documents in the shark is they're just really happy to to be involved this station competition to show that they can maybe go a little bit. But the starting point is a much more realistic one. No one's really I think pretending that this is sort of a German assault on on the Cup, and that Germany trying to emulate what Spain of is just not sure I'd it does that does not concern the people who run German football. And are they looking to try and change that around? And we hear a lot of talk about the ownership structure of German clubs, which and television deals and so on which restricts the investment in domestic football in Germany is that something that the the bosses are trying to change? Not really at the moment. There is no broad push for for change. We have a a strange suggestion paps from an Anglo-Saxon point of view where people are used to having investors and a sort of happy when the house deep pockets and lots of money for the teams and Germany people are happier that the clubs are still democratically organized themselves are in charge. You know, the president's get voted in and out. So if you don't like what you're doing you can change the management, and they would rather stick with that then have more money and then pats more chances to win the Champions League. It is ferry curious dynamic. But I think it speaks to the idea that the club is an institution. A community a something that issue a big part of your local identity, and to the majority of organized fans that is more important than the chance to have more sporting success with the help of foreign or or indeed any outside investment, and they are pretty organized the fans, aren't they? They're buying fans. Took part in a protest against away ticket prices in the Champions League last night. Hold holding a big banner up and we've had these regular protests against Monday night football in Germany because the fans thinks it's unfair on them to be forced to travel across such a large country. They are pretty together. The fans groups they are and and because the clubs are at the critically run. The clubs are forced to listen, you cannot simply ignore these people because they're not just customers. They actually vote you in and out. So that gives you a bit of leverage and a bit of accountability. And it's been made to good use. Because the Monday night games. Independence-seeker have been scrapped after all. The pros. Tests in in recent months is still going ahead this year, but when the next TV soccer kicks in and along the death. So the fans have a voice they're not try to use it. And if this comes with the advantage of maybe not quite having a little bit globalized to stop Howard glamour off the premises at the moment. At least this is a price that most people in Germany still feel it's worth three quick answers. If I can ask you by Munich against Liverpool will go through by. And do you think? I still don't. Okay. Okay, liverpool. What about shocker tonight against Manchester City as far too strong? I'm assuming you're not expecting a massive turnaround for Borussia Dortmund after three no loss in the first leg to Spurs is not inconceivable. But of course, they also. So we could have a three nil for England fantastic Rafael, thanks so much for joining us. That's Rafael hunting Eckstein as I say that game shelter against man city also event satellite tonight. Thanks very much. Indeed. Matthew Kenyon with your sports news. Now Thailand's tourism is the country's most famous success story and industry which accounts for perhaps one fifth of the economy, which is triple visit numbers in the past two decades to move thirteen million a year, but the husband it costs much of Thailand's coastline has been over developed its beaches damaged by holiday makers, non more so than the one at my obey, which is the setting for the popular need Leonardo DiCaprio movie called the beach last year, the Thai authorities closed that bay indefinitely after nearly all of the coral had died. Correspondent Jonathan had has been that find out how it's recovering. This is Thailand famous Maya bay once the star of a Hollywood movie and today almost unbelievably there's not another soul on it. That's thanks to a ban the Thai government imposed last year on visitors to enable the marine life to recover from all the damage done by the vast crowds. He used to come here posing a standing-room-only for their iconic sulfates..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"That's. Mason and Ireland and look who's here. It's my friend been lions long. On that fight all the time. It's a long flight dude, who I have not seen since you won the squares pool at my Super Bowl party, Ben Shelton and his brother clearly winning that I called the victory couch. You guys were all together on the same couch. And I haven't been back in studio since aches Lisa for the sandwiches. So a lot of people panicking. Ben, the sky is falling. Greg Bergman was the sky falling on Lakers raw last night after the Lakers lost to the hawks team that many people feel are not even trying to win. I can assure you. That's the case. I saw them win last night. Greg level of panic on a scale of one to ten from Laker fans last night. And Lakers raw was what oh he's going to get headphones. So it wasn't even there. So why the panic though, but then you guys expect to be around five hundred at the break. Why the panic is exactly where everyone thought they'd be they'd be right around five hundred competing for eight spies, and this were kind of expectation. For this team. Now, you've been saying for months that the Lakers aren't going to make the playoffs, and you know, much, I would hate to admit if you're right. But but follow my math. All right. Lakers lost last night. But they've got twenty five games left. We have twenty eight wins. Ben. Twenty five games left, right? Twenty and five twenty and five and we're in we ride LeBron his back twenty and five noth- though. It'd be forty eight wins not only would he gives the get us the seven spot this year because the west is more competitive twenty and five what do you think? I think that's actually a realistic possibility takes me back to the Kobe Bryant toyed Howard season where I believe they went twenty eight down the stretch. I might be wrong on that. But it feels like that season every step of the way from the Sports Illustrated cover are we having fun yet to the meltdown. All-star kind of feels like the same story beats as that season back in two thousand what was it twelve thirteen? Steve Nash going down early Rondo going down early. And we went on the late run into the playoffs. And then we got swept well Kobe bloody put that out there. I don't wanna see anything like that happen this season. So yes, twenty and five the fact that it's going to take that though, why are you in this situation? It's because of some of the I think everybody gets a piece of the Mason in Ireland blame plot pie. Not just Luke Walton. And and that is the story now today of will he make it through the all star break, and I hope so because what do you think though, I think he will? I do. I don't see what letting letting saying goodbye to Luke Walton does in February for this team to help them get to may. I don't I don't think. It does anything. I don't think looks going to be fired. Good now. I don't know anything. I am not in meetings with Magic Johnson, rob Pelinka, which is an outrage. Why isn't the radio play by force him on the golf course down in Atlanta was a golf weather down there, rain rain? But the it looked like it does here today. The the thing I'll say is. I think that the the people I've talked to and I again, I haven't talked to the decision makers, but everybody seems to think that the Lakers were kinda limping to the all star break that they're, you know, they're tired. I'm gonna throw some numbers at you. And I I want you to see if if this indicates anything if lost seven in the last ten eight of their last eleven it's even worse. But all of that has been without Lonzo. And I'm not seeing that Lonzo is this great savior. But these are weird numbers that we were on the plane. I sit next to. A woman named Bettina shore who does all of our graphics, and she's constantly texting with people at stats Inc and getting numbers..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"JR you had made a point before earlier on. In fact, I think that's the way you started to show how you're looking for new clientele because the clients that you have taking so much money from their sports books that they're cutting them off. You know, Rick, in some cases, it's not even that they're cutting them off they're capping them. And when a client asks, I don't know why I was just betting four thousand dollars. I mean, not more than last week. And now, you're telling me, I can only bet three hundred what's going on. I mean, of course, they want the action. They wanna know who skies baton. They just don't want to spend a lot of money on finding out who they're betting. So they'll take the action for three hundred dollars. Now, many ways around that. I can't tell you how many people going out to Vegas and going to Reno and betting in jersey in West Virginia and Mississippi in Delaware soon to be New York. I mean, we've got another dozen states or more better about to be legalized within the next month and a half. Guys. It simple right now liquidity is literally skyrocketing you hear me talk about it all the time right here on the radio. And it's true. You got more people entering into the marketplace than ever before it was estimated that New Jersey took in double the bets in the last reporting quarter of October, then Vegas has ever seen in a single thirty days. Listen to me when I'm telling you, okay now is really the time to get in on the bottom floor of an industry that is just it's ready to explode. I can't say any better than what I'm saying. How about hitting eighty one percent? How about hitting seventy five percent of every bet that you make hitting three out of every four games that you're gonna put in. I'm not sitting here telling you you never gonna lose a game. That's absurd. The believe you never gonna. To lose. Well, you HIMA used this analogy all the time. I'd like to introduce you to Peter Pan and his friend tinker bell. It doesn't exist. You're in Neverland. Okay. If you're serious about wanting to make money, then take it serious like a businessman and look at it as a whole, okay? If you lose two games, you can't sit and say, oh my God. This guy has no idea what he's talking about. Of course, I do. 'cause if I lose two games, I'm going to win nine ten eleven twelve fourteen at some point. Okay. Like this season when we started out in preseason football right through the regular season. We won the first fourteen games. We bet to start the year guys. It's pretty simple. I love the information length the game that you gave me on Monday night. Actually, it was it was Tuesday night when Tennessee played Arkansas you called me on the phone. You said listen, we got two players for all console that are going to be playing in the game. They're getting on a bus them miserable. They gotta travel eight hours to a hostile environment in the Tennessee volunteers, which by the way, Tennessee's got their number. And sure enough. I mean, we won that wasn't even close. I mean, they would crushing them by by forty points at one point in the game. But they will minus three was an easy winner by nineteen. Yeah. Wind up winning the game by close to twenty points. Just like on Monday night, when I told everybody to get all over another big game that we had huge information on where we took Texas against an you know, let's face it Kansas one of the best teams in the nation. They wind up winning the game. But they only want it by a point or two. I mean, let's face it. I was plus and we were up at the half. It really was never in doubt. Guess they down ten with a few minutes to go, but Texas being taxes went on the run that they should have an almost won that game. Our these are the games we get every day. Okay. Brooklyn on Monday night. How many guys abetting betting the Brooklyn nets? I mean, even though they're doing right now, I think that the seven seed in the east playing much better basketball than they have over the last few years, but we get that title valley when the spread, and that's the reason why everybody listen you wanna play the math. If you understand, and, you know, going into it, your expectation is that I'm gonna hit at least seventy percent, then be patient be disciplined act like the businessman that you can be and you can really turn this into something big. You can really take this to the next level. I'm not looking for guys. I'm looking to have conversations and teach a guy in having saw Ben twenty five grand again. That's not how this works. There's a vetting process. Both ways you want to know that the information is great I want to know, I've got a great player someone that I can depend on. So we're going to start you off and let you play small place mall ball, build up your bankroll build faith in the system. And when the timing is, right. We're going to have you step up, and you're gonna be that same player six months twelve months from now who can and will bet ten to fifty thousand on again, and that requires having an open, mind and speaking to. Us guys. Don't just take the free pick and run. The information is really in our hands..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All right. I it is Ben twenty five years since the whole Bobbitt thing where the guy got his cucumber cut off. And he wants to explain the entire story. He says that we do not know the. Tire story of John Bobbitt twenty-five years later. So that's amazing. That means that Mondo how old were you twenty five years ago? I was ten is that right? Yeah. Do you? Remember that story. And you remember the story. Yeah. You do at ten your parents are reading you stories about a guy getting his Weiner cut off. Bub at Bella. You remember, right? Yes. Because wasn't that your move? I'm sorry. Me. No, Tim that wasn't my move. You're not putting that on me. No, sir. Never and belly box the season. That's what we were when we were recording. The story Bill is like what is this about? And we're like come on. You don't know this story. I said stories like older than she is. Yeah. Inside three years older than me. That is incredible on that is why we're angel. You know, the story, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. You get an accepting. You've got excited. Did it was kind of funny. I mean, not funding for the guy funny. I was laughing. But I let me ask the guys just a guy whiparound. Okay. All right. Just fellas right now. So it's Mondo and bender. Between angel and bellio. Who's most likely? Angel. I wasn't even close. Just because I I would laugh about it. Valley up even let you finish the question. All right. Another quick one here. Helping them get in trouble. Between bellio and angel. Who do you think's already done that? Angel angel. Wow..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Erin Ben pass. KFI AM six forty. It's conway. And it is Friday. I you. There you go. All right, anyway, we have this big rainmaker coming in this weekend. So if you're getting married outdoors. The lock. Gonna rain. I always liked the people that get married in January outdoors, and they don't have any kind of backup plan B in case. It rains. And it will it's gonna rain all weekend. Well, then that couple belongs together. I guess so. Lightening saturday. The rain moves in eighty percent. Chance of precipitation eighty percent chance pretty good up there. And then Sunday thirty percent. So, hey, where's that charger games at home? Or it's in Baltimore. Could be raining for a home game here in LA. That'd be cool. Let's check the Baltimore weather, but that's the that's the early game. Right. That is Sunday morning. Ten o'clock kick-off here on KFI. It will probably be in the upper forties. Right. Sunday morning for kickoff in Baltimore. Abo-? Yeah. It's going to rain the next. It's actually rating there now will next twenty four hours or so, but then it's supposed to clear up for that game on Sunday. Boy, hey, I went onto CNN's website today. Just to see what their what's on their website. And I'm looking around looking around nothing really caught my eye, and then I went on to FOX, and I saw something on FOX's website. And I thought it was a mistake because CNN wasn't reporting it at all that the Dow Jones was up seven hundred and fifty points is that true seven hundred and forty some odd points it closed more than three percent in the hold on. Let's refresh marketwatch here. Yeah. Up three and a quarter percent up three and a half percent. Nasdaq up four and a quarter percent so three hundred or seven hundred forty six seven hundred forty six dollars. Wow. That's unbelievable. And then, but if you're on CNN's website, you would have no idea that that was going on wonder why they wouldn't report that had CNN who knows? Right. Who cares? So what who cares? And then we also have the oh, by the way, if you wanna see the float that the city of Burbank put together, I think it's up there for one or two more days right on I think it's on San Fernando and near olive right there on in that area. I drove by it today. It was pretty cool. Right. Because you see it obviously the flowers are wilting now. And it doesn't look like it did when it was on New Year's morning. But man, it's pretty cool to see to see the float float that that was in the parade. And you can see it up close and all the work that went into it. It's pretty cool. Take the kids out what the hell joy yourself, and then slide into it. There's a great fried chicken place right down the street as well. All right. I it is Ben twenty five years since the whole Bob thing where the guy got his cucumber cut off. And he wants to explain the entire story. He says we do not know the. Entire story of John Bobbitt twenty-five years later. So, wow, that's amazing. That means that Mondo how old were you twenty five years ago? I was ten is that right? Yeah. You remember that story, and you remember the story. Yeah. You do at ten your parents are reading you stories about a guy getting his Weiner cut off. At Bellevue you remember, right? Yes. Because wasn't that your move? I'm sorry. Excuse me. My move. You're not putting that on me. No, sir. Never and belly weren't even. That's we were talked. We when we were recording. The story Bill is like what is this about? And we're like come on. You don't know this story. Stories like older than she is three years older than me. That is incredible on that is why we're angel. You know, the story, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. You got excited. He did. It was kind of funny. I mean, not funding for the guy funny. Laughing funny. But I'm all right. Let me ask the guys just a guy whiparound. Okay. All right. Just fellas right now. So it's Mondo and bender..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And there's gonna be some slightly. When I say, sad news. It's not sad news like you're going to be bummed out. But a little wistful detail in handle on the news late edition. For people who have listened to this broadcast around New Year's over the years. You may remember I know I'm being vague on on purpose. Because if I say everything now, then anything to tease, so stay tuned for that. Now, it is Ben twenty five years since a democrat from California has run for president. Furthermore, there has never been a democrat from California elected, president of the United States. We did have Richard Nixon, and we did have Ronald Reagan. But they're not Democrats. Well, it looks like the twenty twenty campaign is going to really over correct for that deficiency. Because there's at least right now four Democrats from California who are seriously considering jumping into the race. And I'm talking these are people who have for have done things like visited other states, including Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada. I'm not talking about. Oh, there's some democrat. Who said once in an interview that they were thinking about it. These are people who have taken action that sure as hell looks like they want to run for president. Who are they let's do this in? I'm gonna do it in descending. Order of you've heard about them in the news. Although in southern California, this is skewed. So I'm going to say tied for number one in you know, who they are Senator Kamala Harris. And mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti. They both have been making quite a few trips to other states and almost makes sense because she's a Senator now. Yes. Now, she doesn't have a ton of experience in national politics. But you are correct. She does and holds a national office. That is a common stepping stone to becoming a president more common than some of the other things like now. Yeah. Like well. There's never been a nobody's ever gone for being a mayor to being in the White House. I don't know. Maybe there was somebody who became president who at one point in their life was a mayor, maybe. But nobody's ever. You know today, I'm a mayor and tomorrow, I'll be the president that hasn't happened. Also because he doesn't he doesn't hold national office of any kind. Eric Garcetti has nowhere near the name recognition of Kamala Harris, although even her name recognition in other parts of the country is not exactly sky high. But you got those two then you have Tom Steiner who is not a politician at all. I don't really know. How often he makes the news? But he is they call him a mega donor. He's this incredibly. The rich guy. Who I think is net worth is one point three billion dollars. And he has decided that he wants to run for office. And I guess he's kicking it off in style. And then you have Eric swale. Well, Aebete bells going off in anybody's head about Eric's wall. Well, he is a national office holder. He's nobody not ringing a bell. Eric swallow, congressman Eric what if I say this way, congressman Eric swallow? Now, do you know who he is he's from up in the East Bay? And I think it's fair to say nobody knows. Like, if you go to Iowa, nobody knows who he is. At least not yet. What are the chances? No democrat from California's ever been elected president. But there is a guy. Mickey cantor. He's a lawyer. He's political strategists from here in LA. He ran Jerry Brown's first run for presidency in seventy six. And then I don't know if you remember this then you fast forward to nineteen Ninety-two and Jerry Brown was running for president by Mickey cantor wasn't trying to help him because Mickey cantor was helping Bill Clinton. He said that now is the time when these people have a better chance at winning the nomination than anyone from California in a very very long time. He thinks the chances are really good although early early polling doesn't support that view. They are doing some polling in Iowa. And it's a CNN Des Moines. Register poll. Less than half of people responding to the poll had any opinion about Tom Steyer or swallow or Garcetti. That's because they don't know who they are. And only sixty percent had any opinion of camera Harris, despite the fact that she's a Senator and she was prominent in the cavenaugh hearings. I mean, it's not like she hasn't had some national exposure. But still people don't really feel that strongly. She is in fifth place in the state right now five percent. The other three have less than one percent. The early front runner Joe Biden. Followed by Bernie Sanders. And then Beto work so Beto a work from Texas has leapfrogged over camera Harris, and certainly Eric Garcetti in terms of national viability. And that's where it stands. It's probably going to be quite a hoot to watch. These people. Banging it out, you know, one of the reasons I think you've never seen a democrat from California to become president is because I think you probably know this already in a lot of the rest of the country. They don't think too much of us here when Jerry Brown was running for president ninety two that was when all that governor moonbeam stuff started coming out. So it's really hard to go out there and say, hey, I'm not a crazy person. Yes, I'm from California. And I'm a democrat. But I'm not crazy. It's hard to convince people in the flyover states that that is true. If you're a Repub if you're Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, you don't have quite the same problem because the fact that you're a Republican neutralizes the fact that you're from California in that regard. All right when we come back handle on the news late edition, this KFI AM six forty Amy king. You've got some news. This year's rose parade weather. The expected to be chilly by so Cal standards any round of cold Santa Anna winds could bring gusts up to thirty five miles per hour and dropped temperatures into the thirties. Pasadena police Lieutenant Sean Dawkins says people camping out overnight can keep warm with fires within limits that they're a small barbecue. Type fires to keep warm, and they need to be a foot off the ground campers. Who light fires must have an extinguisher on hand. People are allowed to start reserving spots along the parade. Route today at noon news brought to you by Nanno knee, Massachusetts, democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has taken a major step toward a possible. Presidential run by forming an exploratory committee, she's known for her progressive views and efforts to crack down on big banks Celso known for arguing a lot with President Trump who gave her the nickname Pocahontas to make fun of her claims of native American heritage, South Carolina. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he's less worried about the president Syria plan after having lunch at the White House. President is thinking long and hard about. Syria. To withdraw our forces. But at the same time achieve our national security interests, which are to make sure that ISIS is destroyed after his lunch with President Trump yesterday Graham told reporters the situation is in a pause and Trump is considering a slower withdrawal in a tweet this morning. Trump said US troops will return home, slowly, while the US continues to fight remnants of ISIS national security adviser, John Bolton is set to travel this weekend to Israel and Turkey to discuss the president's plans. The state of Washington could become the first in the US to give people an option to burial or cremation. What else could there be state? Senator Jamie Peterson is sponsoring a Bill that would make it legal to compost human remains. 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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"But at least give them I get that. But he's made some awful awful. Because he's getting draft. Picks return, maybe works in the NBA does that really working football unless you know, who worked for the colts in two thousand eleven Peyton Manning was out that year, then they released them the next year. And they drafted Andrew luck with the first pick they tanked for Andrew luck. But how often does also has it has it really worked for them while they did make the playoffs three straight years. I mean, at least it became relevant again. But they also kind of look like with the beer, they didn't trade away all their good players. No, no. But that's a big play. Jon Gruden wants these picks it maybe I can that. He has a clear vision for it. But he's made some bad city. You don't replace a guy, you know. But if they don't get along he wasn't going to sign in. So we got it first time, right? I get it. Run a phrase either. He may be an utter disaster three years ago. Yeah. He needs to go. Yeah. Because it's a big contract. So that's the the two probably save his job in the NFL. Ballot. Check and John. And I mean, Sean Payton is pretty safe super-safe in China. And Sean McVay. So so angry, Sean Payton imagine trying to fire that guy. There's some safety coaches for sure Peterson won the Super Bowl last year. Andy reid. I think he's. Deserves coach of the year consideration even though they have four wins. I'm amazed at what he's done. They play hard every single freaking week. Yes. Mentioned any looks at Gerry Callahan. He goes fourteen to thirteen three whatever and Llamas as you mentioned any read it could be safer than that. Firing shots. They lose the first show now backfiring because it becomes like the Oakland A's the postseason has nothing to do with it. They don't wanna mess with this quarterback coach they get going on something. Again, he goes thirteen and three and they lose again in the maybe you take away some of his personnel because he does have a big same personnel. There. Personnels at the problem there. No while defensive personnel going to be anxious to see when our very comes back that could be a different defense with him. He's outstay personnel. In terms of Andy Reid like that. Because he's drafting leads because he's making a bad down four playcalling. That's get that sheet in front of them. I would say he's job is got the menu. Nine point nine percents care unless he goes to a party with the owner and like swears occurs that's going to. That's that's the only way as he. Let's say I disagree. I just again if he just loses again, I get what you're saying. But they're not they're not going to the person who was awesome prizes. ESPN since job is really securest is Cal fan. I think so because you lush quarterback that year, but. For a two or three years. Now. This is the second year bad last year to notice recommended Jimmy Garoppolo to in seventeen and Enron back last, right? Because they're sucking so bad of another high pick me with someone for how long do you mean? How long do you give second year? I would say at least another year, you gotta give them at least two full youth. Garoppolo and this year is kinda like a mulligan. Derek cars good. Why don't you give you give Gruden the same luxury? He's never quarterback. But Gruden as a grew. Also runs personnel for the raiders Cal, Shannon, doesn't John Lynch does. So I I think we scooped up in a split second and Gruden is going going anywhere. I mean, even even. Like a million dollars six hundred million. They worked at a fire after one year he wants to build his own team suck. Yeah. Loves him should Doug Marrone. Get fired. Yes, I do. And I think he well, or do you think I should know steps down to the silent? Perhaps Tom Holland at seventy nine and a half years talking about game passing you by father, Coughlin's, seventy two. But the Tom Kaufman go down there with no quarterback. They may have was the worst. Although he controls personnel. Maybe you approach the raiders for Derek Carr. Whatever, you know, maybe you button up your. Manning back. But does that help if I'm the giants ago, you can have them? God bless you want a forty year old Eli manning after these last couple of years hasn't played that bad this year again every quarterback playing. Well, now, his numbers are pretty good. Then he's getting points on the board. He only has like fourteen touchdown pass out, but you know, radio seven out of OB jail over Jay complains a lot to he on Barclays facing ripping still don't agree with that draft. Pick them seeming though, I would've taken Donald quarterbacks or Josh Rosen. Because again, this this Berkeley move the needle for that. And has improved the team now. But Jason about the I think he's made them fun to watch. Right. But yeah, he made them better. No, no. If he came into a situation like okay when when writing next luxury item, but when Zeke with the Dallas, right? They got lucky with the quarterback in the same draft and Dak Prescott. But they had this great offensive line that a lot of good pieces on defense, and they had a good year. Both the deck and zeke's rookie year. With saquon Barkley the peripheral talent on defense. Their offensive line has got awful. You got BJ who talk about kind of like the Russell Westbrook of the running backs up your electric right now. At does not make your team better was the last other. Girly girl. He's a unique guy because he's such a great pass catcher. But he is also struggles until they had a quarterback, right? Yeah. I mean, he was great his rookie year. Not so great a second year. Both with is the team this year. Not good. You know? But now you've got a quarterback develop coach. But the thing with with Gurley. I think he's probably the lowest maintenance great player in the league. Like did you ever hear anything bad about Todd Gurley players? Love him is coaches. Yeah. Whereas gravy on bells a bit more of and I'm just saying look saquon Barkley to me seems like a great kid as well. You know, it comes great family grew up a giants fan. I mean, he's easy to root for but. Yeah, I'm not trying to take away from Todd Todd Gurley. I think he's great. He's the best running back in football right now. If you take him off the team input in the league average running back, it's dynamite. If you take off and put in the league average quarterback is good. No, it's quarterbacks position. So it's again luxury Adam to draft someone that high as good as saquon Barkley is. I think he's excellent. He might end up being the best running back in a league is I just don't think that helps the team. Yup. You brought up L A because we're going to just stay with us. Right. Till the top of the hour because we'll talk about the Lakers. Okay. Right. The Lakers are eleven and nine they've lost in a row. You can call him. Lebron? Meko is Darren no, not just calm Rogers. There's only one LeBron although his son junior, it's Mr James to Mr. J C J. He's like twenty years younger than me. He wants his son to play for coach K saw that over the. Yeah. What maybe one year and then joined dad, he said. I can't stand him to coach K was within the Duke fans just sick. As a Duke fin Alexandra's team. Now for losing again. I'm not a big against gays AGA. But there were the fans all over Duke losing game against Gonzaga. And coach Kaye told the Duke fans, basically relaxed young kids are gonna make mistakes and Brian James your guy commented on the ESPN whatever saying I coach gays around my kid gets there. I I like him whatever. So maybe LeBron junior goes to Duke for the only thing is is greatest coach want wanna go down this rabbit hole. But the thing about coach K's, great coaches he is like and produce great NBA player now. Right. I mean kyri was there for what ten games if that and he got hurt. You could make a case. I think the first player he ever coached that made it to the hall of fame was Grant Hill. Yeah. And he was there for three years and a great player. Face some injuries in the NBA was North Carolina with Dean Smith, he produced. Great NBA. I mean, you know, you produce Michael Jordan CLA a pretty good start. Yeah. Those are the franchises Kansas produced some jokes. Roleplayers? Yeah, they bring those guys in as a team and they move on. But coach K I'll give him credit. He's adapted to know. Now that you know, it's one and done you're going to get in for one year and move on. He he was not a big fan of that. But that's the way. I I'm not I'm not a big coach game total France. Yeah. I'm not not a big fan. But LeBron is having some issues with head coach, which is par for the course. Right. He's had issues with head coaches throughout his career. And right now, Luke Walton the report is that Luke Walton will call it a play LeBron will ignore it on his own play at first LeBron kinda wanted to play off the ball a little bit. You got Lonzo ball. Let's say said he wanted to do which I kind of want him to play more of the low post one take it. When you're the smartest player in the league and still perhaps the best passer in the league. Don't you deserve the ball in your hands? Who's a better decision makers than LeBron James who's a more? Dynamic player than LeBron James with the ball in his hand. I don't I don't think anyone maybe in the history of the sport. So why I get that? But what if a great quarterback comes to the line of scrimmage and changes plays? Everybody's gonna laud the great quarterback because the touchdown came. But LeBron James, and he gets questioned I the the problem is his history for one with his running coaches out. And with a young team like this is a different sort. It's a weird team. It's got a mix of veterans in your place. I don't think it's a good precedent to set to show young players usually just ignore your coach, don't they don't. They know though. It's LeBron that, you know, it's like aren't the different sets of rules for great players. And then the rest of the guys, especially in that sport. Maybe not in football. Don't they doesn't that? Also, embolden them to say, well, why should we listen look they have enough things to worry about like Brandon Ingram who I thought was gonna have a big year has not had a big year. And here's the thing about Brandon Ingram. He went to Duke for one year, you realize he's in his third year in the NBA played one year of Duke. So in the last four years, you know, what is I game as Ben twenty five twenty six twenty six once. Yeah. Thirty thirty Durant's the guy who says jeeze, I kind of see myself and him and it's like well. Yeah. He might be the most disappointing playing because I thought he'd be a twenty two twenty three points. Lebron thanksgiving I put him as most improved player. Ridiculous. But as far as LeBron with that. So you've got Luke Walton who by the way was drafted in the sand trap Bron, James. And I think it's a point where LeBron just looks and says, I know the game better than him, and that could be arrogance. But it could also be a truth truthful statement, does it helping the team. Is a good or bad question. But this is such a weird team. They put together, right? I mean, you've got these young guys you got well, maybe it'd be executive of the year..

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"This is from confused in the midwest, dear Emily, I'm ready because I madly in love with my wife. We married for few months but have had intimacy issues for years. We've been to couples therapy that they're suggesting we have more sex, but because eventually she'll become more comfortable. This had the opposite effect. She began to let her mind and body part ways. After each lovemaking sessions, she cried her eyes out a couple of years ago. She remembered being sexually assaulted by family friend of the child. She said, she blocked it out, but something sparked her memory. I'm stuck Emily. The last thing I want to do is leave my wife and I'm afraid I will if she does not try to repair the damage from that piece of shit, family member as a kid being physical is how I show my love and I want to protect my wife. I understand this. Traumatic experience and willing to do it takes my wife thinks we'll get this. We'll get better without their be. That is what we've tried for the past two years with minimal improvement. I've no idea what to do anymore. Any device you get will be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Okay. So here's the thing about sexual trauma on treated trauma really doesn't go away. It stays with you. And so she really needs some more time in therapy by herself. So, and it can be really hard for to deal with it on her own to just let her know that this is not. I'm not saying this. We talked to any other experts, trauma expert therapy, trauma therapist. She's got to do the work. So it sounds like it's good that it came out in. Couples therapy, but this is the kind of work she gets his due on her own like AMD are. Therapy is great. We will trauma. There's a lot of other things. So I think it's going to be a slow process. You have t- patient and learn to be really supportive in other another ways with her while she's going through this. 'cause I know that you love her. It sounds like she really does want to do the work, but it can also discuss will be very like, you know, trying time to realize you had trouble which a lot of people are going through right now. The good news is that I don't. I think this is a lot less a problem with your new marriage than it is with her stored trauma. So I think this is going to be your opportunity to as a new husband man up and hold her hand through what has got to be a long and dedicated course of her own personal therapy about this. Because if she's crying after sex, it doesn't have to do with you. It's relating to. A lot of horrible memories that she's never processed, and that's going to keep happening until she gets into along dedicated talk therapy program that you are going to be loving and supportive through. If you want to get your sex life back in, you want your wife to to not be haunted by this really important thing here in bad. You remind me this when you said this is that this could be the thing that if you really show up and you are the loving supportive husband, she's going through this. You're gonna build communication, enhanced intimacy through this one experience, and I think your sex life will be so much better deeper more satisfying than ever would have been before had had you guys not get his issue right now. You could look at it that way that it's going to be serving you for a lifetime of of connection. So right now, I think you've got to hold her hand supporter if she if she refused to go to therapy. I have a problem with that. I think that she has to want to go and do the work. But if you're with her and supporting it, I think it's going to it will heal her and heal your relationship. Life is having much stronger orgasms. Now that she sees may also is the man that fixed her house. It's true. I feel more love feel. Okay. So this is from Ben twenty five and Florida other baton, hey, Emily, new subscriber to your.

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"To the point where they probably have that match they gotta stretch it out they got a lot of hours of tv to fill you know that's how it works eighth hour yeah gonna bring back thursday night thunder when it's all on fox and shock on saturday night we'll get back to what really yeah what do you think any doing it for you anymore yeah i think it's it's really in a technical place your you're yeah proficient professional proficient technical fishy thing that i find very appealing but i think the messaging and the brand awareness is just off yeah i couldn't be more good everywhere you hadn't next maybe you're not ready to announce that but do you know where you're headed next have a good idea yeah cool i'm just i'm trying to get we shot a shot a lot of stuff in the balkans two terabytes footage oh okay yeah ten eighty p footage not he's yeah all the cards yeah how many cars is that i had to rotate them i would dump them to my laptop and then have to wipe them again ran out are they go up now i was using one twenty eight hour right yeah we're won't nice we're won't you can't go to north korea well no shed anymore i mean i know you've been there but i think active warzone where i draw the line probably fair i think that's beyond fan yeah yeah yeah well we all made it through the act of warzone that is three it ain't so bad it's easy to get like especially at the end of the show it's really be like all right we got you know get real grizzled we made it through another one guy whatever how many is this for you ben twenty five to twenty three yeah that's all of them yeah i don't know they keep having them showing up right i it's it's an endurance it's a high stakes game of chicken who who's worse i you or as far as i'm concerned like i i got no signs of giving up talking any mcnamara last night and asked him you know how long he was in it and i'm looking at you as our cool there's another one there's just multiple games that chicken have all over the place ethers wobbling yeah we're just.

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"ben twenty five" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ben twenty five" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The bus i mean they're treat adults um it was it was like domestic violence at like 25 what was the study twenty five percent of the world you know there's there's effect he ben twenty five percent of the men in the world been involved in the domestic violence county issue something along those lines it was a crazy number i want nationwide theory though but the nfl had like point zero three percent of the players were involved in some kind of domestic violence issue and all of a sudden pro players beat up they're girlfriends and wives no but there was they they let this stuff go they left this this this rhetoric go without putting their foot downing saying no that's not it but we will definitely stabbed cds another one in knin the intricacies of this are interested because nobody know so we're learning more morris fouled i don't think the nfl held this from anybody i play was more worried about knee injuries and concussions lack of a deal back when i played knee injuries were a bigger deal that would end your career and so that's the way we autho but g come out here as tickets to small portion of the nfl players have if yo die from ct ct prague this so think about the hundreds and thousands of guys the football from younger age through college and then threw uneasily like number goes drastically down each at each level but they could not to say uh school who's to say didn't start and pewee league will not even fit name and these kids the helmets were so heavy that that's the first thing hitting the ground when they get tackled some kids are given themselves concussions not be gbs brutality of the sport because they were not out putting them right and their heads are bouncing off the ground after a tackle and we don't know any of this stuff so then the throw it on oh it's the pro sports it's the sell i just i don't get the and i don't know why owners let that stand so i don't know if there is a guilt trip involved the i don't know if they're something but obviously if it's a bill was fine with thrown were under the bus with us this second pillar but.

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