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"bino" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Helped you say you know what I gotta focus clearly. How did you land on on on? Just being focused on Ortho so much that I had a setback is that I've watched everybody else arrested back as knows. Let's hit of park yet and you wonder why is it and man by Saad is a look at that. Having a champion of change management sort of my thing is to drive change in large organizations nations. Is that if you bite off too much. You're inevitably going to fail care. How big and how many resources you have is just human condition? Can't handle too much change at once. Healthcare's low fifty fifty s economy tackle healthcare. Everybody wants to be the platform while you know. Things are different in Georgia Louisiana for New York. Everything from culture shoot shoots Actual problems to be solved varies. You just can't be. That nimbly can be flexible within healthcare the very in practice from a surgeon to a primary care physician. Shen there is tremendously everything surgery. We're talking early. A cardiothoracic surgeons challenges and not the same as the pizza will challenge so my thought was that. Okay okay will you don't even know what part of the Digital Economy within was going to apply to healthcare effectively as we've always the last to adopt all these technologies. Who Don't really know what works yet if you're going to do that? Why don't you focus someone vertical? Why don't you focus on Already integrated where. The patients nations themselves a relatively healthy. So don't have the variable of patient illness or the cycle times are short enough that A. E. C. can actually invest into venture and Hemorrhage Abridge Short or quick return on investment because the cycle time is not twenty thirty years like this Taibbi these so for example in orthopedics most injuries resolve all within six months at the most a year and you can actually get to the outcome whereas with diabetes which plays out of a twenty thirty years you can measure process outcomes like sure control but in terms of actually looking at mortality or some of the diabetic complications. You have to wait a long time to see what you did made a difference so orthopedics six Olso. It's centralized it's not an every. Single clinic is becoming more centralized. The government is focusing on us. You've got the full power of the FDA CMS helping hoping you to drive change in that space. It's a really fantastic vertical to focus on and it's like I said it's happened to be the one I work in so that was an easy choice. That's that's outstanding and folks if you haven't had a chance to check out doc S. F. just go to doc. SF DOT UCSF. That you'll be able to find the a tremendous work that's being done there at the moment and fascinating right taking notes from all others that have failed. It is so important to niche down we had a previous. Es Guests Gavin Tayo he's over at B. Capital Group and one of the things that he mentioned was poignant it was healthcare is not vertical. It's an economy and much like Dr Beanie is now telling us. He chose a vertical within healthcare. And I think as as we look to innovate and move the needle forward in healthcare we gotta do like Stefanos Donald and choose a vertical within healthcare and focus focus focus. What would you say one of your proudest medical leadership? Experiences is to date. It's the final. He any launch daca Stephens. Seeing the residence has had it was such a novel idea when talking about four years ago Asking people that run into healthcare system to the focus their time and resources on one vertical was little bit out of the box and its success has been quite surprised. Disperse but at the say that within within the beauty of being healthcare's ability to actually impact patient lives in Rhode Island to some of the things that we've done. Actually you can go into a a patient clinic visit. We did a lot of work. UCSF recently deploying him patient Gatien Platform called health loop and Patiala level the other platforms as well. But it's just so it's gratifying because you've done at work and you go in and people say by Liberty like that health with thing it's been grey the super within a couple of hours a couple of days and that's gratifying so goes Taking your skills and apply them to leading this sort of change in rural healthcare. We are solving problems. uh-huh people have really truly making their lives easier and I think that what's all this very gratifying. If you get a chance like enough to the front lines talking to patients about it. It's really wonderful. If you're the person creating the product you may not get as much feedback to direct. But it's really part of the part of the white. What makes it so exciting to work? That's awesome yeah and folks. You've heard a couple.
"bino" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Once again to the outcomes rocket podcast where we chat with today's most successful and inspiring health leaders. Today I have a wonderful guest for you his name is Dr Stefanos Beanie. He's a professor of clinical orthopaedics at UC S. F. The hospital. He's a Professor Orthopedic Surgery Specializing in hip and knee replacement which their department is ranked HAP- six departments in the US. He's a founder and chair of the Digital Orthopedics conference known as DOC. SF and the Regenerative Orthopedic Conference R. O.. It S F both held in San Francisco Doc. SF aims to bridge digital health and clinic orthopedics and thereby catalyze the adoption of digital health tools in the musculoskeletal vertical ro CSF aims to bridge biotech research and the patient Doctor Stefan Beanie Jeannie is deep into this. He so niche down and he has a passion for helping patients improve their outcomes but also a passion for bringing together the Orthopedic Community to take their practice to the next level. So it's a pleasure that I have Dr Bean here on the podcast. Welcome thank you. It's a pleasure to have you here. Dr Beanie now what what is it that got you into the healthcare sector to begin with but you know surgeon and being Digital Technologies Bay. Since the late nineties it was becoming more and more aureus that has the technologies of maturing potential impact in the delivery of healthcare. I was going to really help us get to the old triple aim at talk about flush along that are being sort of challenged for the US healthcare system which is access improving access across the country to folks in. I'll be near Major Jim. Ankle centers like University of California San Francisco decreasing the cost by optimizing a resource utilization was starting to see I really make an impact in them. I and then we'll have the issue of cost so it's really. That's a little bit harder to prove that with decreasing costs gets such fudging out causes talk in healthcare is really difficult Gupta measure. But we're seeing some. We've done our own research on this area. Where some of these technologies are really decreasing the cost of providing care says I think the divisions certa working itself out that vigil will be one of the solutions to get them to point? Now that's for sure And and we think about these technologies. We've had several guests S. in the past approach this and one of the ways where costs do get reduced is is access just having digital aspects of ways to access care. What are your thoughts on that? Well actually had a good example for you so a few years ago when I was still has a permanent I did a study perspective. randomized control study with a partner technical capture proof and they had an asynchronous video platform. We theorize it if we're able to manage patients after surgery using videos that were created by our physical therapists that would send to the patient to use at home without coming into the hospital and then have them video pittance cells and have this video conversation with a therapist that it could be manage at home and I'd have equivalent outcome so he did. A prospective randomized control trial is like to do and the outcomes were identical. We have no decree no no change in clinical outcomes but the patients fatuous through the roof and when the grace stories around that was at one of my patients can back for a second knee replacement and unbeknownst to me he was the office and it was just going. Ballistic is really getting really angry with my nursing staff and I didn't know it was it got out and get out and John what's going on. That's dishes namely going on. And he said well I want. I want my health loop as well. What happened was he had? He had signed up for the research project but randomize out into standard physical therapy. News live it because he had experienced a video. uh-huh experience and be able to do this at home. He didn't have the support system to drive into the hospital. For physical therapy. Visits is a long way for him and he was livid you news next football player a six foot four. He was intimidating all my staff but he had to random. I'll take out of the research projects and just given the APP so that he could It could be happy again. That's a great story the Divenuto and a great example of how about these technologies are helping seventy percent decrease in resource utilization. Wow and when we think about the strains on on the healthcare system we're talking about a seventy percent decrease that's enormous can give an example of listeners. Of How you you and your organization maybe we could shift focus to dock. SF how're you guys. Improving outcomes and the way healthcare is is performing with that. We'll dull guest staff. The digital conference is a event this designed for leaders in healthcare space to come together. Networking events share actually hear from startups. That have been successful successful in decreasing the in establishing a foothold in the healthcare system. So we have a big competition students like four startups to spaces that. Come and show no not Pitch they'll have to pitch they do a lot to do is to present a case study where they want him to hospital impacted outcomes in share the Roi. Hi with the leadership in the room so that everybody who wants to get into that space these how it works. So for example last year we had Folksy artificial intelligence and lean US US companies have presented can with some of the work. They've done going into hospital systems and they had basically asked I think it UC Colorado. It wasn't the best examples with a winning two operating rooms but a year's worth of data or eight months for the data downloaded from the attorney health record and then they applied their. Ai Algorithms machine learning to figure out so what opportunities the operator had and they had with a relatively small investment. Something like fifteen million dollar turn the first year he just by optimizing. It wasn't even the complicated politically dangerous area of block allocation we'd take time away from one surgeon to give it to the other it will was more about looking at some of the levers are easier to pull like locked release times so that is when a block is not a block being soon blocked time in the operating room for specific room if a certain hadn't filled it within say in those nothing scheduled for two weeks from now they'll give it to somebody else. That's a little bit easier to do. I guess said they're able increase their margins by a fifty million dollars in an offer is only about two to three percent but still it's a big chunk of change all right. It's a huge chunk of change. That could be reallocated in a big way now listeners. I had a chance to connect with Dr Beanie. And he's definitely driving the innovation in the in the Orthopedic Space and one of the things is that really resonated with me is is his focused approach. Right he's very very own into orthopedics. So Stefan I wanted to ask you. You is how did you land on that and was it something that you learned early on that. Maybe you had a setback. That helped you say you know what I gotta focus clearly. How did you land on on on? Just being focused on Ortho so much that I had a setback is that I've watched everybody else arrested back as knows. Let's hit of park yet and you wonder why is it and man by Saad is a look at that. Having a champion of.
Albino Ghost Trees
"Calmly and today's episode the little bit of nature pretend you're taking a walk through a forest of giant redwoods. Like, I have in my hometown. The giants seemed to gather closer around you as you wander deeper into the woods. And then it appears through the thick branches. A flash of perfect white a small stunted Redwood whose leaves are devoid of color. You're looking at an all Bino Redwood. A rare mutant ghost tree, which frankly shouldn't be able to survive at all they're white because they can't produce chlorophyll. And if they can't produce chlorophyll they can't convert sunlight into sugar, they really shouldn't be and yet here they are for a while. Biologists had theories to explain the existence of the trees based on a few things, we know about Redwood biology first off redwoods can share a route network which they used to spread resources around in times of famine. Secondly, when summer comes the redwoods that don't contribute to the shared network are cut off and allowed to starve. Yes, redwoods. Basically get voted off the island naturally. The assumption. Was that these albino trees had just found a way to get around that cutoff and keep leaching off the roots of other trees all year round. That's why the Elbino trees were often known as vampire trees. But if the redwoods could reliably cut off otherwise healthy trees that weren't pulling their weight, then why would they be fooled by the Elbino that never produce sugar in return, a biologist name Zane more may have found the answer. He figured out that each of the white trees grew in a place with less than favorable conditions. And he tested their toxicity levels. He found that the white needles were saturated with the heavy metals cadmium copper and nickel as in levels. That would definitely kill another tree. Maybe these Bino trees get a pass from the other redwoods because they suck up the harmful materials that could poison the others. According to more. There are eleven Elbino redwoods. Henry cowl. Redwood state park, but good luck finding them. He's keeping their location secret. Because as he told the Washington Post, quote trees can be loved to death, unquote. You'll just have to get by with using your
"bino" Discussed on WTVN
"So last week this gentleman by the name of Craig Atkins up around Mansfield way. Spotted a rare beautiful site in his backyard. It was a white deer. And he uploaded the video to Facebook says there's a bunch of deer in my yard one of them's and Al Bino. And he said, it was maybe only time I've ever spotting this unique animal that he would definitely not forget about it. I thought that was kind of cool, and I thought well, what would happen if Craig Atkins was a hunter doesn't sound like he is remaining if he is he had no design on that deer. But I'm just curious hunters. We're in season, right? Is it is it gun season or bow season or I'm sure somebody can call and. And set us straight, but hunters if you happen to be out in your in your tree stand or wherever and you see this beautiful majestic white deer from my understanding. Pretty rare. Did you shoot it? Did you shoot and kill it for your own? And by that, I mean, shoot it kill it. You know, eat it make the most out of the carcass. Or would you give it a pass since it is, you know, somewhat of a rare animal non hunters. Would you be appalled? If if a hunter shot a unique white deer now in Ohio, I'm not real up on hunting law. But from what I could decipher today. I don't believe they're a protected species. However, they are illegal to kill an Illinois. Iowa portions of Montana, Tennessee, and Wisconsin except in areas where they say chronic wasting disease is a problem that it's best to put them out of their misery. Michigan had it. Prohibited until the late late two thousand eight. And other states. Don't have the restrictions some say that oh Bino Albinos are inferior genetic stock, and it's just best to get rid of them. Anyway. So if you're I know myself, right? Okay. Like, I said, I'm I'm not a hunter. I have no problem with people at hunt. The only reason why I really don't hunt is because I've I've never had the chance to go hunting with somebody. I I could go to decks and get a rifle and buy some cammo and get a Tristan. I'd have no idea what I was doing. So if I grew up in it had an opportunity to maybe go, I'd probably give it a shot. But if I'm sitting in my tree stand, and I happened to notice this creature come up. I think I'm going to give him a pass. I don't think I'm gonna shoot it. Because I I just think I'd feel bad. What really at the end of the day. What's the difference? If you're going to shoot it. And like I said make the most out of it. And you're gonna, you know, eat the meat, and and maybe, you know, mount the the head on your wall. But you do something with the the pelt is that a proper term is at Appelt on a deer, or is that just on small mammals, hunters, you call me and set me straight on that. But there again, you know, I wouldn't have a real issue with it. I let it go. But if somebody was gonna shoot it really wouldn't bother me Tim, thanks for calling six ten WTVN, where do you where do you come down on the white deer debate? Hey, yeah. I've been hunting for a long time. I'm fifty three years old. A white ear is a trophy. Dear. Two other years. It's just like the white squirrels you see him in the park. There's nothing bad about shooting or white ear a lot of people. All their license, and they don't see one when they're hunting. But you see them all over the place or you see one of your hair. There's nothing wrong with taking that deer at all. So have that you hang on. There. You give down your grandkids in the Lakers in something to four. So. Have you ever? Have you taken one yourself? No, I haven't I haven't seen one while I was hunting. But I seem obvious seen him when I was like fishing and okay. No. What intrigues me? Go ahead. I'm sorry. Now, you have to take that either. It's it's you know in your sights and you're hunting, and there's nothing wrong with that. Now. Tim if you didn't take it because you're a hunter mentality. If you didn't take you're going to think if I don't somebody else is going to and it might as well be me, right? Well, it depends on where you're at. Now. The population is up the deer because there's a lot of theory out here. Everybody needs to get one. And they'll still be too many beers. What season? Are we in right now is it rifle a gun season? Or are we in bow season or what? We're right now, I'm not sure I'm not hunting this year. Okay. Wearing gum season right now. All right. We're in the season. But I like the Bill on you know, and and if I if I'm not if I don't have a gun shooting with a camera. You know? And follow. It won't go that far. ESPN? If you're frequently running certain area, you won't know what they're all right by trapping. It's just like any anything else? It's a sport. It's not. It's not in mine to take that there that there is just like any other theory. You you take it to turns on on on the process it, and they will keep the trophy the mount for you. And there's nothing wrong with that, Tim. I appreciate the insight very insightful in once again somebody like him. He sees that. And he says, yeah, that is a that's a great trophy. And I want that I wanna claim that for my own myself. Like, I said not a hunter. If I was out and I saw that. I think I think I'd let it go. I think I think I'd say, you know, what that's kind of cool. It's kind of rare. I'm going to let it live. Jeff. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. What would you do? I'd leave it go. I mean I used to hunt. But I don't know. I got a conscience. You know, I can take hundreds there are some hunters. And fishermen, you know, doing my meat on her table and stuff like that. But then you got those guys was small man's got a gun. Well, there's this guy that just made the news today to the judge is going to make him watch Bambi once a month because this this guy is disgusting. He's killed. I think they say somewhere in the area of like two hundred and thirty deer he beheads them. And and does nothing with the carcass. He just kills it to to get a trophy. And and moves along I I'm not down with that. But like you said if somebody's gonna hunted and and utilize the meat and everything else. I don't have a problem with Jeff. I appreciate the call Bonnie. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN, Bonnie. You come across the beautiful elusive white deer. Would you shoot it or not? No, I don't think I would just simple as the sun has seen that. And there's one up in the new all the area. And I like to say nine years ago, I saw one up in the same area and two days later, I won fifteen thousand dollars. So. Zoomed by lucky white deer. We'll see that. There are people that believe that that that to see one brings good luck. And then if you would happen to kill it. There are those that that believe that you'll never get another. Dear again, or you're just in line for a string of bad luck. So things worked out in your case body. Yeah. I think it was karma. And I gotta ask what what did you fifteen grand? What did you do with the money? Actually, I hate off a car. Nice. I paid off the car. So, but yes, my son saw one one for the last two years, and then do all the area over there around Morse road. And hopefully, it's still there is is it a is it a buck or is it adopt. You know, it was the Dow. Okay. The Dow dot Bonnie, I I appreciate the call. And if you got to chime in and love to hear from eight to one WTVN, eight hundred six ten WTVN, you're out hunting, your deer hunting, and you come across one of these rare white deer. Do you shoot? Take it home..
"bino" Discussed on 710 WOR
"President. Is it true that you're going to slap some tariffs on French wine? We're gonna tear up the hell out of their wine. My goal kinds of wine. The cabinet the Chambliss. And we're going to force them to buy stuff to cases in cases a boon. Spam coming at you. Well, it's the prison. He does not drink. So he doesn't know how to pronounce these wines. Hey, Mr President. We got late word yesterday. The stormy Daniels. Lawyer Michael avenue was arrested on domestic abuse charges. You have any comment on that one? Yes. Addy, you know, what I need to send him a thank you. And maybe a Trumpy bear, you know, really I needed some cheering up this week and the news of his arrest. Really did the trick. Democrats say I'm self Senate. But I heard whenever Noddy went to jail Tuesday. He used his one phone call to call himself. The male version of Gloria Allred. He really. Avis president. I'm not sure if you caught the Michelle Obama interview promoting her new memoir, but she said that she quote stopped even trying to smile end quote while she was at your inauguration. That's according to her book. What do you think about that? You know what? Frankly, I don't really care. What MRs I'm proud of my husband with the fake birth certificate. Michelle wrote a book academic someone has to turn money in that family, judging from what it's been knows about creating jobs. It's not going to be him. By the way, I think I saw Bama at the local Subaru dealership here in DC recently. Yeah, he was shopping for a legacy. Broke that. Mr President wanted to get your thoughts on the story about the first lady Melania had a feud with your deputy national security adviser mirror. Ricardo all to the point where she suggested that. She doesn't deserve to serve in the White House this mirror person next thing, you know, she's reassigned. What do you know about that? So all I can tell you is that you do not want across Malania. I call it a Slovenian sorceress. She's able to talk down to people in five different languages guys watching person believe me, Mr President CNN is suing you over the whole revoking of Jim Acosta's press credentials. Are you glad you did that or or have you come to regret it regretted? I should've taken away that little trails credentials a year ago. It's going to sue somebody. It should be better by no anchor. Anderson cooper. Sir. Are you ever going to reinstate Jim Acosta? Look, look, I'll tell you what I'm gonna do if CNN agrees to drop the lawsuit. I'll agree to let little Jimmy back into the White House gay, but he has to show up next week in a little baby Turkey cash, do and L officially pardoned him live on TV. Got to be the full cast him now. So don't forget your giblet bag Jimmy. All right. Thank you very much for giving us some time this morning. President Trump stage leading Michael. My biggest takeaway from that. Is you can't get a tattoo in Florida? Class the Bino CNN anchor. Anderson cooper. This guy's good. Ooh. Shibboleth bag. I've never heard of the he's never heard of the Joe bag. Are you laughing? What is it? Now will the giblets never cooked Turkey. What's the chicken return? They have all the insight in case, you wanna make a gravy out of stock, and they have it in a bag, and they shoved inside and you have to go fish it out. You gotta put your hand up there in the Turkey. I cannot believe you guys do not know that I cook. But bland are. You kidding? Can't even make cornflakes though. I can make French toast. That's my specialty. I would you know. I do carve the Turkey. Everything's giving. I'm an excellent car who makes the Turkey my wife carbon wear an apron. I do. And it has my name on it. And split. Well, I was at a one of these birthday parties we cooked. I think it was either blue or one of these great chefs in New York at school cooking school, and we all went for somebody's birthday, and they handed out an apron with your name on it. Which is a total joke for me. But it has Lennon script I by little apron, and I bring it out year for thanksgiving once a year for thanksgiving. Turkey just the car just a car, but I'm really good at you know, it's not easy to carve a Turkey UCAR Turkey. We've got electric knife. Actually did learn how to carve I had family in the hospitality business. Very good at carving. So I did get some lessons on electric. What's wrong with that? Please. Because it makes it easy to carve turn. I don't wanna make it hard. Yeah. Promise me, though, when you're your family cooks, the Turkey go in there and check out the bag just so you know, what it is. I don't know if we have a bag. You do. Okay. Boy. Oh, boy, you really sheltered man. If you've never.
"bino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And then I thought wait a minute where they I'm not gonna get jerked around by the news where the in Vegas and not at the event there at and then I went away they're both country. Now, I thought both country vents it makes sense people go to the country go to the country vents. Yeah. The nation ship. The the final Leear says she has five friends who live in the area houses were destroyed or their hometown evacuated and the five friends homes are on fire or they had to be evacuated or both. Yeah. Fortunately, my Facebook page looks pretty or right now a few kids in my class their houses are gone rice. Oh boy. It rains it pours. It'd be nice, but rain. That always comes next. Also, I shade every year, but it's like Holloway is two weeks Holloway in does it have to be ninety one degrees outside Santa Anna, winds blowing. Can we just start settling into Christmas rain right before the show Christian? I went to Starbucks up the street. And of course, there corporately mandated nationwide to go Christmas. So everything there is Jingle Bells. And it's people I think the people have to wear Christmas headwear. Beanies and Santa Claus had dude. Bini was on fire and five degrees. Of the. So it's moving. It's it's going through Malibu is going to be this why in two thousand and almost nineteen are are we show precariously balanced as it pertains to fire. Like, you take a look at other instances of disasters and things like that earthquakes. We could have a seven point five earthquake and nobody would die, and there wouldn't be that much destruction because we built from technological standpoint. We've just built passed it we every high rise that just went up and downtown in the last ten years on rollers and bub-bubba why we like cave people when it comes to fire. The mercy of the fire. Hey, if some bum flicks a cigarette out and the winds blowing just right or Faulk Getty side. I feel like we could control our destiny a little little better. And again, I'm sure Gavin Newsom this'll be job one for him. But there are also they co mingle because the homeless have encampments or campus are up in the hills. They then get drunk or hi fall asleep. They smoke and fires are started that way. But should we have a city like Los Angeles like in Malibu where everyone pays two hundred grand a year in property taxes. Don't they deserve an airplane that holds water or guys that clear brush, just a little better than hey, every seven years, you burned to the ground over again every seven I mean, I don't know what years it aren't they paying taxes like how how would this work like pretend let's pretend we were smart or cared active. As what would we do wouldn't? We just have somebody on call and quit -ment and allocate. Thing to bring in people from Australia. The fires, but I do have a question, and I don't I don't have that much information. But wouldn't it make sense if we stopped building neighborhoods full neighborhoods in fire zones in the forest in wherever I mean, we're building into that. But we're building into a place that historically has cyclical wildfires. Yeah. I think there's two versions, and I'm by no means an expert in this. There's there's two cert- of conservationists arguments. One is don't build where they're going to burn. We know they're going to burn the other hand, we need to clear brush that the conservations are clear old trees, or do whatever we need we need to clear the fuel for the fire and some controve -ation conservation. Don't like that like a controlled burn. No. It's like literally clearing it. But somehow the ecosystem. Where interrupting its system of going through the whatever. So I'm not an expert. But I my feeling is we're going to keep expanding people are going to keep building in those areas, and as long as they're there, and it's long is they're paying their taxes and as long as we have a robust economy and whatnot. Just I don't know. How many billions we've spent on the Bill bullet train? But let's just take some of those checks and start putting it toward conservation corps guys clear brush back to you know, what they used to have and the equipment than just making a priority. That's all. Okay. Who's our thing? Now is like, hey, it's raining, we're fine. But if Santa Anna's kicking we burn like, all right?.
"bino" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Com and more people getting bent out of shape about the lady trying to fly with the squirrel. And. Talking about it last night. I didn't mean to make light of it. But it's such a ridiculous ludicrous story that I I'm sure it came out as me being a smart. For people that absolutely need emotional support animals that story's not eight funny story that story is one more issue that they have to deal with when they're trying to go about and live their death. The squirrels name is daisy. Jerry in homestead, Jerry. What's up, brother? How are you talking about squirrels? This is a true story. This happened to may twenty twenty five years ago. It's way this is a squirrel story actually truth. Okay. I used to get a choice is dominated by myself. I had beside the my I got over there. Property that had a lot of trees around the house. And then one day are, you know, was cutting grass. Was it a fall about this time of the year, a Halloween, and at least I used to have a mulching mower, and I would cut all the leaves? Don't tell me a story about running over a squirrel with the mower, Jerry. Okay. All right. All right. No. No. No. No. All right. I apologize. I saw the negative. I saw the negative. I'm sorry. Was funny because are no leaves on a tree. Sharon, and the let's say was I go telephone wars coming down the hill. Because there's there's a rounder. We have over four acre. I have a lot of trees and a parade. And I wonder. Lazar side. Kitchen. I looked outside. I've seen his school a white L Bino squirt Williams, white albino, squirrel. Right. And I never seen rising grace girls and scroll. So it was it was up on a telephone work coming down the hill. Burger would come down a tree. You know? Watch it. We'll go over and just start digging a hole the ground and putting stuff in it. Doing squirrel stuff. Sure, squirrel stuff. Nobody's just because I love that nature. And every you know, he did this a little school. Did this thing for over? And the thing again is I called up the park. Good natured museum about ROY. Squirrels. Fella had told me that there's an Indian belief that every time you CNN Brian awards, a squirrel deer. Whatever thing never completed its journey on earth. He didn't get all the pigment on the ride. No, no. It got killer a very early age. Oh, I got you. Okay. No one come spring. Then everything started coming up to so nice. See all honors. These new coming up on a lot of my yard. And I said what the heck is that? And I go here. Trays the I down one and guess what I found one black Obama at the end plane was planted forest. They're smarter than all of us. Sherry there. You were talking about yesterday. I believe about. His name was Tom late singer, Tom waits, correct? Did he do already? He had a real grumpy solve still does. I heard a song years ago. The last leaf on the tree have you ever heard that one? Now is it a Tom waits song? Yeah. We hear a real world. I like water is is that it's like, you know, one our life on earth is we're a lot of money pertain to the male. I guess we're the last three of you have you know, baby. But it was really interesting. But anyway, that's a true story about y'all breida's whether you see a deer or whether you say, you're Robert Ryan. But the thing is they never completely. That's according to Indian legend. I gotcha. But anyway, you take care. All right. Brian. All right, when he said, Al Bino squirrel who else picture Johnny winter like tiny little furry Johnny winter planet plane PM? It was me. It just came in whatever happened to the burden of proof being on the accuser. That is a great question legally that is still the case socially. It's a whole different kettle of fish. Whole different kettle of fish. Me to him to and I'll Bino squirrels delightful Sunday on gay k..
"bino" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Further away from its target sound designer. Ben Burtt created the sabers battle noises by playing the bass noise from speaker and then moving a microphone back and forth. The change in distance created a natural. Change in frequency through the Doppler effect. Professor Doppler like Mendel so much that he made the young man the equivalent of a TA or teaching assistant in the winter of eighteen fifty one. Sadly, Mendel didn't get to learn from Doppler for long. The professor died the very next year in eighteen fifty two. But he found another brilliant professor Andrea Svan Ettingshausen who instructed Mendel in the importance of mathematical organization. He also studied botany from professor FRANZ daughter who told him about previous experiments with the garden p plant owner was trying to unlock the secrets of how plants passed down traits to future generations owned or likely inspired Mendel to later experiment with pea plants himself. Mendel finished his studies in July of eighteen fifty three and took the train back to Saint Thomas. He resumed his role as a teacher, but he was also eager to begin his experiments. He didn't. Start with pea plants though. His first experiments were actually with mice. He bred Al Bino mice with other types of mice in an experimental, learn about the color of the offspring's for, but Bishop Shaath coach was horrified to learn that Mendel was doing experiments that revolved around breeding animals. The very idea that a priest was getting involved with sex of any kind even if it was just mice unnerved, the antiquated Bishop ban Mendel mice, breeding experiment. So Mendel decided to get around the bishops squeamishness by breeding plants instead as Mendel himself later, put it quote, the Bishop did not understand that plants also have sex and quote. Mental began cultivating pea plants in July, eighteen fifty four that same year Abbott nap, approved the construction of an even bigger greenhouse specifically for mental experiments Mendel needed a large greenhouse to grow as many pe- plants as possible. He knew that the larger the sample size, the more accurate has experiments results would be Benda wanted to experiment with the offspring of p plants. But before he could create hybrids, he needed to make sure he had pea plants that produced identical offspring generation after generation. For example, he needed the green pea plants to always produce green pea plants, and he needed the yellow pea plants to always produce yellow pea plants. He bred the plants until these traits were consistent. As Mendel grew is p. plants. His confidence began to shoot up like the budding stocks. He was thirty four now and a university educated scientist. Maybe he should take another shot at qualifying for that teaching certification in may eighteen fifty six Mendel went back to Vienna to once again, take the oral exam, but Mendel anxieties got the better of him. Once again, one question into the oral exam Mendel fled, the room he failed by default. Mendel was. So humiliated. He crawled into his bed at the monastery and refused to leave his room as father and uncle visited Mendel at the monastery and managed to coax him out of bed. Mendel recovered a month later in June, eighteen fifty six. Around this time. He took on an additional job keeping records of the local weather and sending reports on his findings to Vienna. But Mendel real focus at this point, became his peas by the late spring of eighteen fifty six. He was ready to start creating his hybrid pea plant Mendel started out by removing the male sexual reproductive statements from the rose of peas that he wanted to pollinate. This allowed him to exert a higher level of control over his experiment and keep his pea plants from pollinating themselves, which would throw off his data carefully placed pollen from different types of p. plants on this first row of plants, then covered them with tiny caps to keep the fertilizer plant safe. Then he sat back and waited for his hybrids to grow the. Dominant scientific theory and Mendel time was that children were perfect fifty fifty blend of their parents mental suspected. This wasn't the case..
"bino" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"Now you can tell them, one looks like. So then I walk. I'm tired of listening to him bark. So I tell yoki literally, look at Yogi and ago you stay here. I'm gonna. Go tell Al Bino to be quiet. So I call him Al first name last name by now. It's an affectionate name is different, and he's actually liked that part about him, but he's different. It's like the weirdest it's the weirdest thing, but the most almost exhilarating thing when looks you straight in the eyes because he doesn't just have the lighter is his skin color around is is like yogis. There is black. Yeah, it's a dark color, his pink like like bright pink. And then there's this is staring back at you. He so unique. I love it. That's why call him l. last name buying now. He's the key, world's cutest. Gremlin. He is. He's cute. Very cute. He's each got interesting mannerisms that make him very entertaining. And right now where he's hunting the Don while the eat and I was listening to the episode we put out. I think it was one forty one about yogis in a row sees. Yeah, keep doing other episode about OD because he's got more in a row sees in my opinion. Then Yogi does some interesting because of it and then we can do what about your cats neuroses became has the most. She is more than the two of them combined might take two episodes for her. She's panther and pass them right now because she's so terrified. One of the might look at her. She's are so big. Then she goes up to yoga and gives them a little significant kiss on the side. The heck is wrong with their. She's a freak. She loves her brother Yogi though, but but he he was. He had the Mitchell must have brought. One of the, we kept the old couch. We kept some of the cushions and didn't have case one of the midgets wanted to lay out here and it's worked out pretty well. Mitchell's actually slept on the cushions wants charging. Hawk he turns into a bed anyway. He had one in the other in his bedroom and they were gone. Now they're heading back to moms and ODI was on the kitchen, and pretty girl was like behind the cushion. But before the trash can in the corner of the bed, she's right there. So she's basically up against a wall in the bed. So she's cornered and he's roared. He's just going off on her going off on it, but he's not getting close because he's smart. He knows better and I'm thinking to myself the longer this takes the more she's going to destroy you. So while, yes, you're being smart. The smartest would be if you're going to go out her do it quickly. And if you're not stop acting like it quickly, both of those things need to happen. You can't push it for too long or she's going to get venomously pissed. Okay. And that's what she does because she's a little niche. As a fighter. She's a street cat street caps. She's going to get her revenge. Well, ODI over there was determined that he was going to get her. He was going to take his time about it. So finally, he went together. I was impressed. She double Popat him one offers and the other pot twice. He got three pass, no claw us. She didn't bring your claws up. So she basically said, look, I'm going to give you the mother of all warnings getting triple hit a natural warning. Next time I'm gonna triple hit you with my claws are going to be out right message. She sent him because he backed off fast. Like she. She was like how he was like flu. Okay. Became like you said with that smile on his face ago. Yeah, we were you who love it. He came into the bedroom and then the pretty girl cruised out came out here. Yeah. Yeah, it was fun watch now that'll be best friends because she finally popped him one. Keeping a couple of good ones do. I'm surprised he doesn't have Popper on his face from that holy hell she's vicious. But that leads and talking about loud ODI was pretty dang loud which you wanna talk about loud. So..
"bino" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Very cute going white V-neck. What's your thought on that? That's his chief of staff. Yes. He's a white young and Penza standing there with his established. Right. I'm going to say in a fatherly way on his shoulder. I'm just saying I'm not saying, I'm just saying anyone that homophobic. I dunno. Okay. Oh, yeah. That is. You wanna be my, oh, we think that's who wrote the op-ed come on. Oh my God. It kind of looks like my now, hence you. You know, when you're. Rent voice starts to look like you. You know, people have gone. Liberace movie where he may have a plastic surgeon. Right. Looks like a young Mike Pence. Mike Pence is living vicariously through his young lover. I mean, his indicators. Indicate. But I say wouldn't it be fantastic? When Mike Pence does come out. He's not just gay. He's like Liberace guy. He's just been covering all the flamboyance. And you know, that would make up like if you dropped all of his politics. I think it would make people really happy there. You are there. You are. Now, we see you. I see you. I see you. He's he's totally bail Bino from the Davinci code whipping himself every night over this somebody's sitting at Twitter, homophobic, save these guys you're gay. I said, I think they're gay because. Try to ruin LGBTQ. Right. Thank you. And they seem closeted. Yes. And then also be because they think being gay shameful. Than I am, right. Shaming them on their terms. I don't think I think it's fantastic. It's Mike Pence came out. I want him to live his truth. Does anyone else think the news might be significant.
"bino" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Most dogs on the except for the liberal dogs stomach On the radio I don't mind having, discussions about race but not what racists or race baiters that is a different issue Two different issue Don lemon is, a dumb guy Brian. Stelter is a dumb guy In, my humble opinion just my opinion having nothing to do with. The fact one's black one's. White they started what they are They're black people are dumb, white people dumb, Hispanic people dumb Al Bino people done this dumb that that. You're not allowed to say Now Larry. Elder there's a smart guy who happens to be black, Stephen a. Smith there's a smart guy who happens to be, black Jason Whitlock smart guy happens to, be but I go on and on lots of really smart black guys and. Gals that's a really dumb white. Guys Joe Biden down the skydiver serving the Senate in my humble. Opinion But. This stuff on the left will you can trash all white people And then not only are you not fired, you're, promoted to be an editorial, page writer for the New York Times saying most heinous, things about people you don't even know trashing an entire group of people It's unbelievable to me Ended to make excuses To make excuses And those excuses, are flat out lies You have a sustained, pattern of racist comments by this woman So, what. Does it say about the New York Times editorial oh wow they have a right to hire and not hire and we shouldn't, be, daily talking. About and we have a right to say no I wouldn't you shouldn't hire her if you're gonna ride at. Toilets and try and convince us, and try and. Enlighten us we're not, asking for. Perfect people but there's imperfect and then there's really really imperfect It's incredible, to me Do? You, believe in. Speech yes I do And so. Nobody's saying she shouldn't be able to speak I'm. Not saying she shouldn't be able to tweet I'm not saying the New. York Times shouldn't be able to hire promoter. I'm just saying she's thanks and? They stink what do you? Think, of that And it's true look at joy Reid over. At MSNBC slamming homosexuals going on and on you. Got guys in sports who wrote stuff in their seventeen eight years eighteen. Years old they, going into indoctrination seminar I. Wish I had this you know Posted that what the hell. They're doing and I wish I hadn't posted that now they're like twenty seven or twenty. Five all right while we. Found it I'm sorry I'm. Sorry okay Two. Months What? Sensitivity, training. Oh okay Here we have a woman. Who happens to? Be, Asian Trashing white people Because they're white Just trashing the, left and right and wishing they were gone like eugenics Hey you know they. Have the right to hire we're not talking, about the right, to hire obviously they have the. Right to hire promoter, make our publisher do whatever the hell they want? But the point is isn't that pathetic We get lectures, from the New, York Times editorial board left-wing cokes. On that board lectures, all the time About the liberal left agenda all the time And look who. They hire of all the people they, could've they could've fired a left-wing. Cook, radical but they Harry left left-wing cook radical who makes these outrageous statements about people And, then, they lie the New York Times lies Well, she was tax issue. Only fought back and kind Are you kidding me And as, this Andrew Sullivan wrote Over and.
"bino" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Most dogs. On the eighth except for. The liberal dogs stomach them On the radio I don't mind having, discussions about race but not what racists or race baiters that is a different issue Two different issue Don lemon is, a dumb guy Brian. Stelter is a dumb guy Am, I humble opinion just my opinion having nothing to do with. The fact one's black one's. White they started what they are They're dumb black people white people dumb, Hispanic people dumb Al Bino people done this dumb that that. You're not allowed to say Now Larryelder there's a smart guy who happens to be black Stephen a, Smith there's a smart guy who happens, to be black Jason Whitlock smart guy happens to be but I go on. And on lots of really smart. Black guys, and gals that's a really dumb white guys Joe Biden. Donna skydiver serving the Senate in my humble opinion But this. Stuff on, the left will you can trash all white people And then not only are you not fired, you're promoted to be an editorial page. Writer for the New York Times saying the most heinous, things about people you don't even know trashing an entire group of people It's unbelievable to me Ended to make excuses To make excuses And those excuses, are flat out lies You have a sustained, pattern of racist comments by this woman So, what does it say about the New York Times, editorial board I have a right to hire and not hire and we shouldn't be, doing, daily talking. About and we have a right to say no I wouldn't you shouldn't hire her if you're going to write, editorials and try and convince us, and try and. Enlighten us we're not, asking for. Perfect people but there's imperfect and then there's really really imperfect It's incredible, to me Do? You, believe in. Speech yes I do And so. Nobody's saying she shouldn't be able to speak I'm. Not saying she shouldn't be able to tweet I'm not saying the New. York Times shouldn't be able to hire promoter. I'm just saying she stinks and? They stink what do you? Think, of that And it's true look at joy Reid over at MSNBC slamming homosexuals going on and. On you. Got, guys in sports. Wrote stuff. In their. Seventeen. Eight years eighteen years they going into indoctrination seminar I. Wish I had posted that what the hell they're. Doing and I wish I hadn't posted that now they're like twenty seven. Or twenty five all right well we found. It I'm sorry I'm sorry okay Two. Months What? Sensitivity, training. Oh okay Here we have a woman. Who happens to? Be, Asian Trashing white people Because they're white Just trashing the, left and right and wishing they were gone like eugenics Hey you know they. Have the right to hire we're not talking, about the right, to hire obviously they have the. Right to hire promoter, make our publisher do whatever the hell they want? But the point is isn't that pathetic We get lectures from, the New York, Times editorial board left wing kooks. On that board lectures, all the time About the liberal left agenda All the time And look who they hire of all the. People they could've they could've, already, left, wing cook radical Harry left-wing cook radical. Who makes these outrageous statements about, people And, then, they lie the New York Times lives Well she, was attacked so she only fought back and kind Are you kidding me And as, this Andrew Sullivan wrote Over and over and over. Again she says these poisonous things she doesn't attack the individual who's written. There or the individuals who's written Jess white men old white men Unbelievable New York. Times congratulations holocaust. Deniers I'll be right. Back Not to mention the. Steady I would backing the carpet three times a week photo was scratching. All my lawn bouncing on the side of the bed keeping me awake the whole entire night from all the scratching and chewing kinda makes you Roddick does your dog scratch..
Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom
"J mart, zone, Jeff Schwartz's at, GAO, f f, Schwartz And, hashtag, animal thunderdome time, let's, do it Ladies and. Gentlemen boys and This piece pizza, chicken times Animal thunder All. Right boys what's your guy? For me Danny Michigan man hospitalized for a rare Cobra bite And. Officials have been scrambling to? Find it anti-venom any coincidence that Claes in Michigan I was about to say is that Michigan man's last name Travis and did he have a sort of failing, pants business medical officials rushed to find an anti venom for a pin conning township Michigan man who was bitten by his pet albino Cobra The family pet that turned on, him the twenty six year old man whose, name has not been released maybe Klay lied about his age he was bitten by this family. Serpent and just twenty minutes later he became nauseous and began began to vomit a symptom of. The Cobra's venom the albino Cobra which is native to China. Cambodia and India among other, places has one of the fast? Acting. Snake venoms in the world the man was rushed to a hospital in bay city later airlifted to the Detroit medical center after, the venom paralyses respiratory muscles causing him to stop breathing So there they were puzzled medical center officials reached out to the Toledo zoo at Ohio to try to get an anti venom then they went to. Three other cities to get anti. Venoms nothing worked but I have an update here Miami Dade County, came to the rescue they had they sent twenty miles of a unique anti-venom, medicine to the, Detroit medical center via a, commercial flight the vials were administered to the victim through an IV the same day they arrived. The man now remains of the Detroit hospital but officials say that thanks to Miami Dade County he's on his way to recovering from the rare venomous bite So this guy you said this Cobra was, his pet yes that's on him a hundred percent. You can't have a Cobra as a pet that's on you They said he got twenty eight total vials I doubt I doubt. Detroit is keeping keeping on hand Cobra anti-venom Yeah you probably should not have in Al Bino Cobra. As. A family pet shouldn't have a snake as a family pet correct Yeah shouldn't be allowed clay has taken a hard stance against snakes during the. Animal We all. Have, everybody on this. Show I think has just not a big fan of snow Co-host snakes either about three weeks ago. Was leaving my chiropractors office I felt this thing. Slither by me and you could have. Sworn it was going to be like a, giant crocodile I jumped. So high in. The air he was like a foot long gardener snake. Green little baby snakes I did not, I was, not having you get away from me buddy Dumont. Playing this game I don't snakes here's our conversation no there are. A couple of women in this life this earth. That are there ten snakes hot but. Not many that we're doing we're doing that, again that's a great. Topic which which. Which which ladies in this world are ten snakes hot None Just a couple of Danny come on quickly. Boys this is a dog. Story we don't get many of these on animal thunderdome Wehner. Dogs You know a Missouri. Sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery last Tuesday after he. Was attacked by a dog while serving a sim civil summons no, one answered the door at. The residents of the Jefferson County. Sheriff's department deputy notice there was, a side door that was partly opened FOX two of Saint. Louis, reported. So the deputy approaches the door the dog emerges. From the rare the house. In attack the deputy died latching onto his face oh jeez Now we know deputies their jobs are hard enough as. It is this dog bit into the deputies left. Arm as, well he was able to reach his weapon shot the dog once. In that enabled him to free himself the department posted an image to Facebook showing. The deputies blood-soaked uniform and bulletproof vests the homeowner told police that the the. Dog was a pit bull according to the St Louis post dispatch, the animal is expected to. Survive from the gunshot but animal. Control officials will decide what happens, now to the dog I think we all know what's going. To, happen Bye bye Dog is. Definitely. Done The crazy part about the strap, not seen this story but, I guarantee on Twitter people are pushing the officer for using his web, dog that attacked him even though I'm sorry if a. Dog, latching onto your no I'm we agree that he. Did the right thing We There, people there are people on this, earth the value the life of a pet over life of. Human, absolutely. Right no question about. That I think we got a. Minute here's another snake story quickly residents in Pennsylvania town in east, Greenville being warned to keep an eye out for a run. Away boa constrictor that has been missing for, weeks seven foot snake named Vinny sounds like a guy you call an eight hundred number to get gambling tips from reported missing in the. Town although investigators said they quote considered the matter closed after determining, that the reptile hasn't been seen in about four weeks on, quote They closed the matter Slither around these slow around take down. A dog pretty soon the final he's all he. Did was lie low. For the investigation, down the owner says there's a chance ten year old snake is hiding, somewhere in his house but locals are still being urged way how can keep an eye. Out for the snake how big is the house where you can't find a seven foot? Snake in your house That's a really good point Clayton In the house and I could find a. Seven foot snake in my house how about? A seven foot snake. Named Vinny that's a boa. Constrictor For your free. MAC football season coming up I, feel like there's a joke that..
"bino" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Davis and what looks like a now bino griego there is a rhody and they're also looked like one of the guys from rogue one yet like i don't know breathing mask or something yeah his name to tubes to tubes again that's in the star wars tradition and apparently warwick davis here because i was thinking are they just cluttering the universe with warwick davis clones did he get off to camino he's playing the same character he played at the pod race in episode one come all right that's something for some future book i guess i don't care that seems stupid to me his name's weasel they hold on emphasis when she takes her mask awfully cold on her our like okay my supposed to know who that is that haunt sister is mom who is this person she has a very unique look if felt like that was supposed to be a big revelation and it's not i was looking to you guys tell me why that was important that was such a showcase moment you don't know either this is a new character right arnie yeah i felt like it should have been somebody but it wasn't i think we're just supposed to be like it's a pretty girl not in other lee man okay and i do like this climax if you can call it that arnie said there's no big spat on this film my life that that it becomes more of a personal thing here at the end where han again i wish he had more of a character arc that he's gonna have to learn to be the good guy yeah upon reflection i like how this movie ends but it's simply own the i watch i'm like where's our giant battle we just all the big battles we've had feel really rushed.
"bino" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"And and it's hard to kind of explain this but he says he has evidence that um that he uh i'm i'm trying to think of how they said loan debts number two was essentially yes we that that happened here to where it looks like it looks like scott bills calling because this coming from his number but it's not him so they could both be telling the truth scott baio hasn't made the calls yet it appears to to koelliker that's kobe was calling her because his numbers cloned light that blocks eliminating it i think that the debt the argument all right i would put your lot put your lawyer your head on for second hearty when scott baeau says hey why don't you go to the police he has to know in the back of his mind that there's nothing the police can do because statue limitations born go ran out on any these alleged crimes right you know i attach the weird thing there the law honestly it's just unclear and dare is a law that talked about sexual assault with a minor where you can file charges if it's within one year of filing a police report but then there is contradictory law so i it's really really unclear exactly what you can do and i think it's i think the da's going to have to make a decision and possibly even roll the dice but um that that's going to be an issue not just with scott bail but with a lot of these claims because some of these claims or twenty and thirty years old and we're seeing so many stories in the news where it's a he said she said situation and it's you know years after the fact in it's gonna be very difficult to determine what really happened back then right i mean i roll the dice bini literally get dice the i don't think that's unser.
"bino" Discussed on Omnibus
"Which ceases to become sure if once everyone's doing it once every one is wearing a baseball hat in a nice restaurant it's only the anachronistic who is sitting there fuming into their soup about it in accordance does look better they guetta they get the last laugh there why and what they get is the satisfaction of the performance of style i guess and when and the idea that being out in public is partially a public performance year akhir conscious of other people and conscious of looking at them and being looked they also get the hat advantage of if they're balding being able to wear a hat well and this is another thing reid you see an awful lot of hats now that appear to be balding hats where if i mean like for instance the edge whereas the howard billy gibbons ron howard these rock musicians wear hats an awful lot more than maybe like the edge their pictures of the edge wearing his bini hat at his daughter's wedding at these walking down the aisle he's wearing this bini hat where it's like not even for the wedding would you take off there and that that's part of it also the casual friday is eishin of the modern workplace in very recent memory in fact the idea that there would be a dress code work has gone by the wayside and we've created a world where i mean in silicon valley i have like firsthand experience of the silicon valley culture being 700 in fiftydollar kashmir t shirts which you're wearing to communicate how cash and normal you are but it's still like a total classes slap in the face i love watching these kind of a 50s rebel kind of movies that we were talking about in our recording about team death ballads and looking at all these terrible greece or the menaces to society they're always wearing suits and ties you now absolutely right james d and your lock up your daughter's here comes the guy well he's wearing a suit and a tie but he's probably.
"bino" Discussed on Bang the Book
"I'm seeing some point scored in this one yeah this one a rematch of super bowl thirty nine new england one that twenty four to twenty one dion branch was the mvp of that one so if you want to win a bar bet here uh in tom brady's five super bowl winds dion branch is the only guy that step tom brady for bini mvp in all five of them in of course we'll see if brady can pick up another mvp award here in super bowl fifty two but yeah i mean there's so much to break down about this game and and the coaching thing is really significant because you've got apparently two guys that are very capable of putting their players and their coaching staffs in positions to succeed and that's something that should make for your really exciting game there on february fourth i will talk about plenty of angles as we go throughout here especially the fact that you're while philadelphia's a fairly veteran jim you've got very few guys that have been through the rigmarole of all these media sessions and availability and all that for to england i mean this is a year after year after year thing it's nothing new for that may be an angle that we talk about a little bit more a next week but new england a five and a half point favorite here total of forty eight and you'll look at headlines head to england a six six and a half someplace places river dealing seven point favorite for this line so obviously philadelphia is getting some respect there for what they did minnesota in while as we know new england struggled against jacksonville so in that respect joe i think it it's interesting to see this line get adjusted down a little bit i also think it's correct because you know what we saw with through england they're against jacksonville because get new england's facing another top defense here and you'll see the way to beat new england is is to find some kind of way to slow down tom brady for four quarters jacksonville did it for three couldn't do it for four they'd be philadelphia can't.
"bino" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A well especially if it's just so happens her as all budget tax syria when fiveyear recode bini in seesaw was my favorite yap unions diesel was awesome in obedience easel bini little dude little guy with bini on his head and his unseasonal was his up was his a dinosaur friend cloudera it was i will not say that your tv shares were not creative overhaul and ena listen they aren't working you know it let me explain something out of nothing hr puffing stuff all those the the the you know from the syd marty croft productions those were all those were all created well everybody was unbelievably high stuff that i grew up watching like late '60s early 70s so weird is stuff in the world and that's what that was that was children's tv when i was a kid seven seven three area code says i loved rapper women ray rainer were ray rainer was the best i a you know as rural you're too young to have experienced the magic and joy that was ray rainer yeah every morning on channel nine he was just the bust and at one of my own i got to interview in one time and i was lying beside myself because he a child's had you know i've every morning i watch ray rare someone murder the duck a deep chill listen ten leave him out in the cold nel had i heard i that i now wearing a there are that there were many cellist and right because one who left him out shall i don't i don't know how i know is that he that uh i shall i i can't remember how many how many he told me there were array reyners like unrelated well different ducks goodness um liked him they were all the all would they because they knew they were like i'm a replacement for another guy i don't i don't think the charleston ever was left out because he lived at a at a a pet shop they brought him back to a pet shop you can go see him i thought side hurry that like i forget where i heard that story but that's the vets a bunch of crap okay what was the name of the somebody's got to remind me what the name of the pet store was that were they.
"bino" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"What it brought to the department of justice when i've got enough freedom of information act litigation against the justice department we are mandatory production from the court that included with it fbi emails which they denied exist of course about the epa the party justice showed him that the information about that event on the tarmac was sent to his chief of staff within hours of becoming known by the media within hours it was at mit actually within minutes it was at his chief of staff so this whole bini place this righteous indignation and holierthanthou approach james colmey at bottom and this is the one i keep going back to a conversation with the president of the united states took notes of that conversation on his government computer and his government car stuck them in his government desk and then he leaked his conversation with the president of the united states he leaked it to a friend of his who was a law professor for the sole purpose of getting it to new york times with the end goal of getting a special council so you look at this entire set up and that's exactly what it was a setup and james comey now we know also which drafting his declaration letters three months before he interviewed sixteen witnesses including the target of the investigation so there's not a whole lot for james call me to be bragging about and a lot of reasons for the present to farm well it also to me that that very fact should open up the door for the attorney general jeff sir russians to appoint a special counsel or at least begin the investigation into a matter that clearly was never investigated in a proper fashion and it seems collusion took place on a number of fronts so i don't know if you have to have i don't think you have to have a special counts for this i think this can be done within the department of justice should be a full investigation bought with fbi agents and departure justice lawyer supervising now for all we know sean that.