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"bolia" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"bolia" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? <unk>? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 3 months ago

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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"bolia" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"So where does the arts come into this where does arts education contribute to the engineering education or just the the social part of becoming accustomed to the world being broken not the person yeah you're naming their sweat in disability these studies is called the kind of difference very broadly between a medical model of disability and a social model of disability so in a medical model we understand impairment that lives just on the body it's the proper need that person and therefore it kind of the responsibility that person but in a social model of disability that's why people would call themselves disabled they would say no it's actually a world full of stairs and no ramps is more tabling than legs that don't ambulant through the world into you know so that's why people like Amanda People like Alice would call themselves disabled people so what did the arts have to do with that yeah I think it is partly this estrangement work that is the classics one classic Modern Strategy of of the arts is to help us undo are categories I think you know again for engineers what what's magical to me is insisting that we when we build a ramp for Alice it is useful in has to be full at has to obey structural kinds of qualities and so that's where that's where design is truly magical right because its use in poetics use in poetics where it has to hew to these kind of pragmatic constraints and it has to have expressive qualities. So I guess what I'm trying to bring to my students kind of is just a kind of I for aesthetics what makes a graceful ramp you know and those things I must say are difficult for my students I mean we live in a time where stem is still so heroically champion that my students who are very smart they've been kind of tracked into math and science in the quantifiable and so a lot of what we're doing what I'm doing the classroom it's just to try to help them understand the the culture is as old as time there is no no society ever existed without making art to what are we doing telling our stories to each other well of course a lawyer would say that beautiful ramp is one that doesn't kill anybody you actually have to operate in a world that's exactly right and then we did that when she when Alice came to campus I mean we were prototyping ramps in part of the issue was how can alice get the dramatic descent she wants stay safe and they had to understand there were very particular you know and I would all day long say to my students this is where I lodged firmly in design as a person I often say I'm an artist who uses the language of design in the House of engineering that's a very particular it's kind of like maker disposition vernacular and then like context you know what I mean those are three different things one that is not getting mentioned which you'll forgive him but I'm really interested into is the mother yes and I'm particularly interested in other children that came along after Graham and how that collaborative family environment how does that impact the process the work your perspective these multiple lenses yeah nobody ever asks me that really it's very welcome and Ellen what you said before about the capturing imagination think it's it's is deeply tied up with mothering that I think people can't imagine having a child that they're all you know pregnancy in this country is structured to see to render down syndrome it purely as a risk in the defect you know as a closure in your life right and people are telling you that story Lori and I'm pro-choice and not everybody should make the choice that I did and so on but it the story that's not being told is this imagined Shen story that happened like people can't imagine that actually a child who they've carried a pregnancy perhaps or plans family and they have they've only thought thank goodness aside won't end up like that person going to have a healthy baby in non down syndrome baby that is what most people are thinking they can't imagine that in our family down syndrome is also an opening to other kinds of experiences that we wouldn't have had right so if I'm in the classroom with my students and Alice Shepherd is using wheelchair my students are suddenly thinking Oh so she's making movements that are not available to me actually as a walking person I am also then saying to the world I live in a family that's having experiences enjoys and s. heartaches and all those things that are also not available to you without them and I think people find this the idea that you would have both closures and openings truly in any life is is really surprising to people I think so yes am I talking my neuro typical other two children through this this question of like what's it like to be grams per other and what must it be like to have your eldest brother greet you every day as though you've been separated for a month what must be like of your oldest brother think you are nothing but a fantastic human I cannot imagine that space I mean it's really something and I'm not going to pretend that we don't worry of course we do about the span of his life but when I think about of course people have thought in the past Oh what will you know my younger two children do when they're grown up but I think what would I do without him I mean really and truly if you could see so that is a story that of course has like so many of the most powerful things in our lives defies language at some some in some way and and when I am working with Alice when I'm working with Carmen Papa Bolia a blind artists on instrument for playing the built environment with his navigational cane. I'm working with Amanda Election for short stature this the raw heat of that animal love if you know for my child is like it's like a slow burn you know just like you know what I mean it is it is a deep well of creativity do you ever feel that they're the engineering mind precludes or prevents or sidesteps the artistic investigation that you as a painter long for how long you how long you got a resounding yes you know I mean that is to say hey that I've I have plenty of students who entire investigating normal and they meet people like Alison they say look Sarah at the end of the day that was an interesting thought experiment for me but for me that is what they mean and they need the kind of for them a certain metric of scale ability and certain metric of one usefulness is that for them is delivered the world moves right and we all have our story about that what's the lever by which the world moves you know we in this conversation prize the work of culture we've seen the way it moves the levers of the world and for them that feels like a more amorphous immeasurable you know that's it's a hard thing so it's sort of like you know how in baseball in training people use like a heavy bat in the spring so that then when you get to the real lighter weight bat it's easier after go like why why why should we do that and I'm Kinda like because it's amazing like I I have had to sort of generally like like estrangement kinds of things to help them what is Jackson position what is so but I will tell you that just the other day I showed some engineering students have documentary about Pena Bosch and we talked a little bit his money its venture capital money the unlimited upside it's the liquidity event you know which never happens for fine there's no liquidity event coming for fine artist ver- so at some point you're planting these seeds and hoping that at a moment of tension or friction or exhaustion or inspiration it will come back up teaching very existential that way you sort of believe it's like gardening you know you go like well might something grow from that and it's not for everybody for that reason but I will that engineers at their best understand the world as unfixed because they understand the world how it's built so at their best they're like so that's the that's what maxine greene who was philosopher of aesthetics called social imagination thinking is if things could be otherwise like when you and I are in the presence of an artifact and in terms of its inner workings so it is it can be so it can be such a kind of impoverished you know foreclosed brute four being on the show thank you so much pleasure.

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"bolia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Granted permission for that blimp to fly the director of the museum of London. Actually hopes to put it in their protests collection permanently Osceola county set aside two hundred thousand dollars to test groundwater outside a landfill and Saint Cloud commissioners, say they'll again after landfill owners to stop accepting coal ash from Puerto Rico, a lot of people showed up to yesterday's meeting. I'm sure that they have landfills in other places how these these gray for the came to happen. Eat I strayed landfill company. Waste connection says they'll keep accepting coal ash until October. Blazing bolia the former chair of the Florida, Republican party is not only a state Representative. He's also the producer of an award winning video series on politics. The series is called government gone. Wild started it back in two thousand seven hundred people about that. Deficit in goalie tells me, he put it on hiatus because he was chair of the party. But now he's back with a new video called the illegal immigration video, Democrats, don't want you to see there's a reason why Democrats are staunchly against the border wall. Now when they weren't before, and why they defend sanctuary cities. He says it's because children of illegal immigrants port in the US are legal citizens and get to vote legally when they turn eighteen. That's why they want to abolish ice. And some are campaigning on tearing down existing border wall. I'm Tony Marino. You can see the video in the news ninety six point five WDBO app air missile is top assistant wants to replace her Deborah bar announced yesterday. She's running to be orange Osceola state attorney in the ninth judicial circuit, as chief assistant state attorney, the forty-three year old oversees the day to day operations of I l is office, I l announced last week, she won't run for another term, and let's be clear, you were not imagining. It last month was one of the hottest maize on record. Pete, that we continue to see.

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"bolia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Where they were going to be playing the majority of their games down the stretch offset against Pittsburgh rust ahead of the puck into the offensive zone. And and what if they get into the playoffs, which they look like a playoff team there at the head of that division where the game's going to be they don't seem to even have the answer for that yet. Will it be in the old building? Or will it be in Brooklyn where they can seat about three thousand plus more people? You would think that's where the owners would want to be here's Mikhail you have out to center. Center ice down the left wing cross the ball. I left circle shoots. Save made Murray with the glove. This is an offensive zone face for the lightning. I see vast lofts looking toward the bench, but he's not making any motion toward the bench yet to forty nine remaining four one Pittsburgh. Well, John Cooper has to measure that they are down by three goals. Desi get a feeling that you know, they're really flying here in creating a lot of chances. It doesn't look like they have really in this third. So doesn't look like while. He's obviously not pulling it here early. We saw in that island or game. Last time those teams play Pullman with what nine minutes to go in the game in the didn't score on the empty net to what about two minutes or something the lightning or good adapt. But they just don't have much jump right now because of the score and the way the game has gone. So I can understand why Cooper has not pulled bass Alaska at this point point a chain to the rate of burry. Point wins the draw kucherov after of the right circle. Curls toward the right corner a little cetera. Feed went behind point and warned crystal take it away or equipped to the red line. Dumps it in point turns Puckett, the nearside to Tyler Johnson springs. Scoot, drop down the right wing cross the line, right circle. Duma defense kucherov and Dumas and battle by the net. Puck squirts free to in point left circle point out the left point, right point, Cherniak kucherov. Looks to get loose centers. It point a shot. Save made by Murray bolia right at the top of the crease later going to get a power play here as Gujrat was hooked. So with to nineteen left four one Pittsburgh, call into the box for hooking. They've stayed titan Nikita kucherov they've had to sometimes I wonder if you if you wonder what size jacket kucherov wears or might be eight because Dumoulin number eight has been all over him in this game doom land, really good defender. He's one of the top plus minus players in the National Hockey League came into plus twenty six and he's played kucherov really hard these taken away several opportunities for him trying to get free away from the puck. But that last shift again the point line end up with the puck right on the doorstep some good place, but can't finish. Stamkos wins. The draw had been at the center points a five on four Vassallo kucherov shoots. Save made Murray. Here's point left circle set point headman trough. Stamkos left circle ships. Well, it's forty two with two or four left stamp goes gets the power play goal. Well, the big power play unit is out there and excellent puck movement. Again. Stamkos has had a couple of looks.

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"bolia" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"But but the thing about his presidency is that it obviously ended in scandal handle, which I mean, when you have something that when you have something in in scandal or where a bad war like it, just tanks, the reputation that Marta that just means. Like, you suck that running the country. Like, we gave you we gave it to you address shower gonna take. I mean, obviously, his vice president was a Republican who ended up taking over. But he was not a great good at the job. He was not great now. And then Ford because Ford Ben took over its super weird. Because then the Democrats were like like, they weren't running on anything strong, really like a lotta people were angry from the civil rights era like lots their chance for like a strong stance on reaction, but instead of just sort of wishy washy, it was Reggie washy. Yeah. Kind of on both sides Carter came in Carter. I love I love. I have no thoughts on him. I don't know why I like harder because mainly for like what he does. Now. Like, he's such a green. Okay, I'll give you back key handled. Like, he's sold his peanut farm. Sorry again. But like Trump didn't sell shit. He didn't always peanut for George as lovers. Speculative versity that was a scam from Arta. All right. All right. All right. Oh, no way alone. So then okay. So we're gonna pass we're going to go past Carter and Reagan Reagan, whose like another huge Schiff, I think that Reaganomics trickle down economic air. We have that Wandera. Right. We're in. Yes. The aids crisis. Oh my God. You also have the fault of Berlin Wall during this bed and see which is a is that if it to his presidency, I think it's sort of like the ending the fight on sort of putting in the calling Cold War. Really? Yeah. It really likely the true end the Cold War, which I mean did happen before that time. Oh, big. All literal. Breaking down fighting exactly we're safe. We're not acknowledging crisis that are happening domestically but provide. It's all good. Yeah. So you have Reagan Papa bolia and then clients Linton. And then. And then. I mean to me like Bush is exactly like he's not Jimmy Carter in this. Yes. Yes. One of the keep up the status quo. Yeah. He's like flowed along like chilled right along sort of continued what Reagan was doing. I can't think of anything. That's hugely notable about his presidency that reflects the party note, and in that just like keeping with what Reagan had set aside. Yep. So now, you're looking at twelve years in total with their two presidencies before you get a democratic president in Bill Clinton who. Was many Ohio latch born. On some damage, though doesn't damage damage, but is arguably like one of the I mean, if you're talking about like presidents democratic riots, I wanna say honestly done -cially done. Good like, culturally men, I wave are lot. Yeah. No. I think he has a president very much worked well at working with Republicans and Democrats. Yeah. Sort of stayed relatively moderate in that sense. You had. So you have Bill Clinton you have. It's it's going so well, everything's just. Because right along and then, of course, you have the Monica Lewinsky scandal. And slash what we are. Now. Knowing was like a nationwide victim blaming of like a young girl. Yeah. To a war as an intern co worse dissects by not only her boss, but her boss Ming, the most powerful man in. Yes. GS, and we had the Monica Lewinsky scandal, which is which is what we remember his presidency from really, but so then okay? So now, we're up to like ripped baby baby. Bush and Obama and now Toronto. Yes, let's put a pin and Trump those are all reason enough presidents restroom member early. We don't have to dissect Reich all of this that happens like what? Is there like a trajectory like is there a trajectory? There's the tea party in there that we didn't have any like support your true support your troops..

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"bolia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back. It's the first day on ninety three WIBC the Sunday magazine show. I'm Terry Stacey. And we are getting closer to Christmas and my little Christmas angel as arrived. Hello, terry. Mel McMahon Indiana originals, you know, where you love her. And she looks marvellous. Because you're spending less time here. Right. I stopped going gray soon as I quit working here. It's not even really good and most people would really stressed right now during holidays, I don't know what you're doing. Well, you know, I've made I've made some changes. Right. So I started working out. I'm a member of energy crazed which is one of our non for profits in Indiana, original, you get healthy. We've had them on the show here. I started taking juice, plus, which is not an Indiana original it comes from Tennessee. But it is amazing. If you wanna know more about that happy to tell you more about it. I've also switched my face products over to frangipani, which is another Indiana originally is so that's where I was coming from. She watched talks to talk and walks the third ill. She invest in her Indiana originals, do and you know, why my skin feels so amazing. No, it's because I started using unstopped unsew ton. So what does that we will tell you all about it because it's Tani's product Taty rallies on the phone with us today. Hello, tell us about unstopped. What does that mean? What exactly do you make? So came out of looking for a product similar to what a friend had given to me as a gift, and it was a bar. I loved how it made my skin peeled. But I didn't like some of the ingredients in it. So I started making my own just simple ingredients. Cocoa butter. Shea butter. An excellent I currently use either pinned Himalayan salt or ground apricot. Shell. And then I asked him essential oil to either calm you down. If you're hot or raid you up if you need building. I love we love it replaces soap in the shower. So it's not a soap. That you use it for crazy. And so I call it until I liked the name did, you know, how to make soap I I've never made soap in my life. And I don't make soap today. So. Does not so. See I have to still get used to this. But did you know how to make? I played with making my own whipped body butter and solid motion bar, which I now call unloaded. And I sell though, as well and has to experience a kind of a DIY side of skin care in part because I really cleaned up my diet, I would really conscious about what I was putting into my body. And then I looked at my shower floor, and I looked at my one in closet, and I looked at all the products sitting there, and I looked at the back of a couple of them. And I'm like, okay. So if everything gets absorbed your skin it really doing me any good to clean up my diet. If I don't clean up my skin care. Right. It's really, you know, internal versus external care. Right. Howard making the best care of ourselves and tiny woman using soap, what are we really using? What are we putting on her skin because using the unstopped you it goes on different? You know, there's not a ladder. It's more of like a. Like almost as a scrub in a way. Huber slick, you know, it's it's very different. So when we're using water we actually using depends on what's so pure using. So so pets really blowing up in entrepreneurial market as well. So you can get them really good soaps with minimal ingredients out there. But news a liquid body wash that has fourteen ingredients. The first one, of course is water and liquid soaps can be up to eighty percent water. And anytime you use water. Because you know, water for everything including bad bacterial growth. So I don't use any water in my products. So I don't have to do that. And certainly can be extremely dry. And even though they say that there are nurse or some other word that lead you to believe that you're doing a good thing for your skin would make you take more showers or baths, you more open. He just exacerbated that problem. So when you're done with using the Unseld that you've created do you feel as Mel said, you know, I'm I'm just gonna tell you I use dove. And so I feel I feel kind of slippery like, okay, good. I've done something. Good for my body because I'm nourishing it with this slipperiness. So when I use an unsold, am I going to need to learn how to adapt to not feeling that slickness and knowing that I'm still getting good nutrients for my my skin. So your skin will feel so moisturised after you. That it it won't even compare to what you're doing. Okay. I need you try. I used to go to the two days before I needed a shower because I would start getting that kind of itchy feeling on my skin. So is it really dry skin. I would feel better. If I took a shower is what it boils down to you. Okay. And now I can hit three sometimes four days with using on. So because I don't get that feeling on my skin. Honestly, I need to take a shower. Now more to wash my hair take care of my skin. Because if you think about it. I mean, they even tell you with newborn babies, right? Don't bathe your newborn babies every day because they're really not getting dirty in their skin can't really handle that. And it's almost like we've just taught our skin. Hey, go ahead and feel horrible because we're going to try to make you feel better again in twenty four hours or less in really we don't need to be doing that. Right. All hygiene, hypothesis exactly with kids where you're out of your mother's need to start getting your own immune system going. So if you keep them to clean, then their immune system doesn't have a chance to learn how to react to pathogens or viruses or anything in that line. And that's part of it. But really where you are to clean as. At the race. I guess bacteria have been along around martyr than we have and they'll probably be here long after we're gone to. Interesting. You you kind of a chemist your, Honey, what's your background? Yeah. So my background is in clinical laboratory science guy workday hospital clinical pathology labs for several years. And then I moved into the IT side of the clinical laboratory and did that for a couple of decades. So this is a kind of a whole new horizon from the and it's really exciting. I love it. But what I love is that you kind of know the science behind it. Right. You're not just taking some recipes off of Pinterest. And then believing that it's better for everybody. Like, you really understand how all of this works. And I think that's really important when you're going into you any type of business, you know, when you're an entrepreneur, you know, what is that thing that you're really good at and Tony what have been some of the challenges that you've had since you started your business. So the challenge. So I started making these in my kitchen probably in March, and I had two friends that. Had also used the butter bar. And so they were kind of my cats, and I gave them three because I had to figure out the blend of butters, and how to make that all work that extended teach you more people wanting them making them for six people. I'm like well business opportunity here because you can't find something like this in a grocery store right now any grocery store, there are some specialty stores, which is similar product. But again, they're made kind of math markets. So they have some what I consider questionable ingredients in them that are unnecessary airy. So I try to do very intentional ingredients very focused and try to keep it minimal. So you have the minimum gradient for the maximum path. So if you can pronounce the ingredient list, you'll probably on the safer side of things. True. Food. But a lot of essential oils have hard to pronounce names. I both be chemical name if you will for the oil and the common theme for them on my ingredients. Let people know that if they're looking at. Lavender bolia that. It's lavender oil. Very very interesting. And I hope this. I hope that you very successful. I do and I like these really back up the science behind all of it to that..

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"bolia" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on Here & Now

"France is temporarily suspending the tax hike on fuel that sparked those deadly yellow vest protests in Paris and other major cities in the last three weeks. Protesters wear the yellow safety vests that all drivers are required to have to underscore their guests fury. They smashed statues and scrawl graffiti on the octa 'trial in Paris over the weekend. Three people have died. The BBC's who Scofield is in Paris. And you you write that, this is the way French social conflicts have long been resolved the street rises up the government acknowledges them, but wasn't the president mccone against this sort of capitulation. You're absolutely right. And that's why you know, this is more of a story because it's also about the, you know, the future of president macaroni and his his reforms, but he's he's kind of had to face reality that his predescessors of old had to face, and they don't you know, that we're looking into the Sutton of Shadan footed right now saying, well, we did tell you. It wasn't. Gonna be that easy. Saturday's von in Paris was something people have not seen for many many many years which has caused him to reconsider. He's had to sort of college hoops schedule and say, look, I think we need to retreat, and that's what they've done. Well, the prime minister in announcing the suspension of the taxes said people's anger must be heard there has to be proper debate. But mccrone had implemented the taxes mainly the tax on diesel fuel. That's used primarily to offset environmental concerns. Are there people who approve of that? Or I mean, what's the public sentiment? We see the pictures of the cars on fire, and the, you know, these violent protests, but what's the sense of the French people when it's called long Bill on the that initial cools which was as you say the the fuel tax hike, which is coming. It's one of a series of increases which go back many as before micro and the cop and tax which was to be brought in many years. He's he's sort accelerated that process, and it's all part of greening. They. Annemie and so on with which most people including yellow yet investment would would agree. But you know, there's a there's a sort of Haya issue for the people that are protesting, which is their standard of living. The sentence that this is a policy being dictated to them from the kind of comfortably off town. Well, as he don't really need cause. And so they feel that they're having to pay for the the conscience to good conscience of the metropolitan elite. I mean, you know, it's pot. This a whole dialectic between town, and and province is very much part of modern day politics in Europe for lion America too. You know, these people saying hang on to say, you know, you may have you'll conscience, but we've got our livelihoods, and that's what lies behind it. That's the that's what the violence. Well, I mean, the, you know, the doubt that there are some very angry people among the among the yellow vessels of those the question that they have professional revolutionary people far left and far right who have latched onto it and were heading most of. The burning on on Saturday. Plus, I have to say cause I saw myself people kids from the bolia, you know, the ones who brought it in full coming in and just taking advantage of the whole thing. Look what we got just a few seconds here. This is a suspension not a cancellation. So what's the sense of what might happen you? Well, yeah. Indeed. And they're All People's already saying this is not enough. A my feeling is that will probably have another protest on Saturday by hardliners. But the aim of this concession is to speak to the majority of the to the country's a hold to get them to say. Oh, yes. Look, the government has reacted is listening and that should the government hopes. And I think it may be right to remove some of the momentum behind the protest movement as a whole, which means we might have it might have peaked, and we might be on the escalation, we'll see the BBC's Euskal fill in Paris. Thank you. Thank you very much..

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"bolia" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bolia" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But also, not only leaves you hanging. But it kind of makes you part of the Hitler youth. You know what? I mean. You're centrally. It is it is very close to a Heil. If you're hanging. There's a context if he slaps you he's probably going to give his third game ball, the Mayweather something. Like that. Yeah. That's right. It's yeah. That's basically, by the way is a side note. It was the craziest collection of human beings that I've seen and I've been the last ten Super Bowls down on the field along route. I meet the chain smokers. And I was embarrassed. Like, I don't know the chain smokers. Like, you don't know who we are do you? And I heard you for show, right? And then I turn around Melissa Ethridge inner chiefs gear, and then I'm interviewing Melissa Ethridge about her lifelong love of the Kansas City Chiefs. Then I'm talking to Eric Dickerson. Then I'm talking to the human joystick, Dante hall. Remember him the Turner one crazy thing then the cast of? This is us. And I it was it was such a weird bizarre night, but heavenly and Matt money Smith what he was able to take out of that was that was mocking. Dave damasec for for being left hanging by guy who looked smart. I think if you find a picture him with the beard. Nolan Cromwell the safety for the Rams when he had a beard. He looked like Chuck Norris in his prime. I could see that. Yeah. Deep dive that the kids behind the glass there have no idea what Nolan Cromwell is only the guy who every broadcast that. He was ever a part when he was on the field. They had to announce best athletes. Yeah. Great do something to show doll worth is. Just outrun them to the end zone for third time. Good. This was a steeplechase. It's like a Rams fan. It's one of the things here. Here's so let me just say this quickly as a car guy. There's just certain things that guys say the three thirty GT. That's when the best driving. That's driving. You can collect rather FARs. There's America that's driver's car. That's driver's car. And then you'll start hearing other guys who've never driven one in never owned one. And never anything go the three that that's that's driver's car. And you realize oh, they just heard it from the other guy now there. They would do that with Nolan Cromwell. But as a Rams fan, he played free safety strong safety. So he's constantly getting lit up by rice and Taylor and everybody else and as he was chasing the guy to the end zone. And the guy was out running him holding their best athlete rises just lucky. This isn't the Catholic. That's right. That is a punt pass and kick competition. Look that look at. He knows he sick about something. Right. He does look mart. He looks like he's thinking about something. Didn't I shout even found him with the beer? Nice. Yeah. He is good. That's the same. By the way. The one of my great laments in about football. Hold on put a patch on his eye. It looks like that that congressman that got made fun of on ROY you have you are at one hundred percent, right. That's crazy. Yeah. He I also like when football fans just casual football fan. The same effect with Anthony Munoz. Oh, best best tackle I've ever seen based on. Why you don't know what you're talking about? You've just heard people who know what they're talking about say that enough. And now you're passing David decastro best guard in best guard. Oh, really you walk. You breaking down the film. You breaking down the all twenty two to see how effective he is. In the in the pool. Are you come on? You don't know what you're talking about Richie incognito fan. Anyway. Heard about what I disliked idea that you can bully other guys that are three hundred and fifty pounds. I didn't know three hundred fifty pound guys were bolia, Paul. That's That's what what I'm I'm saying. saying. Let me tell you about truecar every car has stories that ding in your bumper when. Yeah. Nervously picked up a first date is that what happens to people don't talk for me. I didn't have to me damage Shak was in full control when he went out on a date Cockman. But all right. Let's say hypothetically, you gotta dang in your bumper because you.

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"bolia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Clouds today. Partly cloudy and twenty-seven tonight. Partly cloudy Twenty-three thanksgiving part, mostly cloudy, thirty five right now cloudy in twenty five. We're going to give you thirty seconds to answer five pop culture questions. You get them. All right. You will win up fries on the Colleen and Bradley show. Mytalk one zero seven one streaming live at mytalk one zero seven one dot com. Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom. Bradley trainer in your thirty. Second pop culture challenge. Oh, sure. Who's on the phone today planes? We've got Mary Beth on the line and Bradley what is about playing four. Mary beth. I'm so excited to have you on the show today? I had no idea. I if it was if I knew you were going to be here. I probably would have wore something better. But. Thank you, look lovely. I do want to let you know. You're gonna win a pair of run of engagement movie passes for instant family. Timer will begin after answer. The first question here, we go. Mcsherry on the day. What's the relationship between Ross and Monica on friends, the Griswold, the family at the center of what film franchise national Lampoon's vacation. What color is Rudolph's nose. Terry. Gene bolia is the real name of what wrestling star. Wrestling star, Terry, gene bolia. He's blonde hair. Is it a man? Not landy. The other one. Giselle bunch and is married to what sports star rating, Terry. Oh, Mary Beth if only she would have just said hulk HOGAN,.

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"bolia" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Welcome back to emcee weird news podcast. So we're talking about a galley a man who was pronounced dead from humans human burnt human remains that proved nine with ninety nine point two percent certainty that it was him. But also said I had no idea where kit. It is located in. We wanna clarify so stand is country right below Russia. It was formerly part of the Soviet Republic. And it is next to monk bolia and China, and then it is also next to the other stands like who's Becca STAN Pakistan, just like other countries around there. So it's like, it's a pretty big country. I mean, obviously Russia or China, but yes, just like a group that was part of the Soviet Republic. Right. So with that authorities issued an official death certificate to his family, and he was quote, unquote, buried just because the buddy was burnt already think they're tradition is. I don't know. If it's cremation still or if they still bury them, but they had a his brother how his brother described it as his brother's name is as sin. Golly. And he told a new site there that they held a wait. And the extended family organized a traditional canal shy ceremony, which is like friends, come and share tea and sympathy sympathize with the bereaved fem. Okay. Like a memorial guest. Yeah. Basically kind of so. They did all that. And this happened. I want to say in September. Okay. So they did the whole like grieving morning. They took care of the body. Yeah. Yeah. And they had to because they the burnt remains where found in a field. They tested it. And then told the family it wasn't like a family member. Who came and say, yeah, exactly, they somebody found it. And they were like, oh, we have to identify the body kind of thing. And that's how they did the DNA test. Anyway. Yeah. So two months later November around this time this happened this year. So it was recently a golly walked through his brother's door way. Like his house. He's in two months after they had gone through their home yawning God and. As golly, the brother. He says like soon as his brother a gully was pronounced dead. Right. Walked through his door his daughter. His young daughter is gullies young daughter, nearly drop dead of a heart attack. They sent her uncle like alive, and well, yeah. Walking through encouraging and so terrifying yet, I was like what two months later. Right. So apparently galley has been known to just leave for weeks on end and just not tell the family like he'll just go about his business. So because they haven't heard from him for a while. They were like, okay, it has to be him. You know, now, we know whatever. But apparently, he actually. Taken up an offer for work in an ear by village from a man, he the market in July, and this was a four month long kind of work. He did he been gone for a while. Yeah. Yeah. He was gone in July. And then yes. So he actually walked to the village did the work for the four months and then walked back. Oh, yeah. And so. They. Shocking to like, the whole family that he's even alive, and then they asked the scientists because they're like our brother the Duni tongue and with it being a ninety nine point two percent. The scientists who did the DNA tests says she stands by her ninety nine point two percent findings. And that we shouldn't forget about the point eight percent that shows that it could possibly not be him. Well, what does that like his almost twin? Valey member who died. I don't know. I think that he was saying like on a day he was in the same marketplace as a person, but then my sister, I read the store to my sister..

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"bolia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Talking a former Oshawa generals being Morton who's the referee tonight? Played three years here for the Oshawa generals as well. Bought a game stew. Goals. Nine. A defenseman. He played one game in the NHL for Detroit. Scored one goal. Face off to the right of hunting Nelson on the draw for New York Bergelin out there. For the sabres lookout a tough spot of the ice tough spotty toe pick. Yeah. Mccabe. Backup and look to worse for wear at the moment. Here's bird with a chance dumb left side with iheart shot right on and Robin layer made the stop ten seconds to go is towards center ice the islanders on the power play. Don't want one game picked off by neat. Lander. The job up the right wing boards to muscle down the ice. And the Burdwan Nelson gets shoving at one another. Done as he goes to the bench is pavilion. A bit of a shot. And now it's lifted him by the buffalo goal Reinhard company all over his back as he plays it back to will appoint side whole you will flip it to the far corner. Islanders get to the park. I. Backhander up the boards. Skinner gets their support the backing up bolia was well who has it now at the point nothing cross site. So he throws it down towards skinnier Hickey bumps him. Brian boxed out. Chance for the move it up. Give it a up. It's back again just inside his own zone. Allders changed very patiently. Let she worked their way to the blue line hope. Sabree starting to step up though. Reinhart down the right side. Snaps a shot well wide, this is Guli. Working on Suzuki's buckets past Reinhardt. And now it's down the right side. He's got Martin driving the net. Backpost, but it steered away by Hutton Reinhard. Spin pass short for Skinner. He'll flip it to the middle of the ice were Gulia reaches fort around Kuok tip it back towards middle stat. But at line it's kept in with a good effort. Bye Kyle okposo who's being held onto somewhat by his former teammate Martin. Islanders shooting into buffalo territory in behind the net. Though, I sing is it took a flex and now it's kinda Pozzo put ice looking for Dolly down the right side. He can't get possession. Now, just a couple of seconds. That are six minutes remaining in the first period tied at one apiece. Bailey back into the buffalo zone. Letty top of the house. Left wing shots. Stopped by Hutton. Got the stick along the ice one glove up into the air as it comes to the corner off to his left sabres look for open ice on the right side of a cave. Takes a hit as he plays it up to center. Rig is all catch up to that. Come the islanders again bars. All to the line has to hold. It's got a player off side ahead of them falls down play continues pavilion. Factoid Chuck just inside the islander line goes up into the air. There's all waiting for Abberley tips at across the blue line of the buffalo zone. Sabres able to get it up to center. Jason Palmer Ville hammers it into the outer zone. Beverly.

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"bolia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I didn't think either came to happen. And let me say a word about the next deal. Scenario if there is to be no deal. I am completely confident that we would not face anything like what is described as a cliff edge. If they were to be to you. I'm quite convinced that in the time that remains available the tween whenever it becomes clear. There's going to be no deal and March twenty ninth both sides will put in place a series of temporary arrangements to make sure that lorries keep reading the planes, keep flying and everything and. Confidence interestingly, which is not shared by the leaders of British industry. Not shared by the aviation sector. Not shared by financial services and the wrong. None of them have said that there aren't going to be any such arrangements. They've all expressed that consent understandably about what would happen if they were to be a cliff edge. But any this week the twenty seven ambassadors of the EU members have been meeting in Brussels to consider what would happen in the event of new. And of course, we didn't exactly what they are proposing or what they're considering. But it's not came to be in anybody's interest for there to be anything like a cliff edge. Sounds a tiny bit complacent too many people in the United Kingdom today. What I'm giving you what I think will happen. People can interpret it in any way lives give you one quote amongst many of people who are not much more. Alarmed than use Mark bolia deputy, chairman of the city of London policy and resources committee. Just a couple of days ago said the worst case scenario now looks like the most likely scenario, and it could involve the loss of seventy five thousand jobs and ten billion pounds of tax revenue. Look, we've had all those estimates before let me give you one example, many people said in advance of the referendum that a Brexit Vate in itself would lead to the loss of thousands and thousands tens of thousands of jobs in the city of London. A survey was conducted this week a very authoritative survey which shaved the number of jobs that have been lost in the U K finance industry since the Greg's effect. Do you know what that number is six hundred thirty? I. That has the reality no deal. Brexit was you appear to be ready to reckless. Relevant to the quake, which you've just put to me from not body at in which he said seventy five thousand jobs. Deal. Brexit run up to the reality of it. People like him said before the referendum that would happen. If there was a navy vent, and it didn't happen, and it wouldn't happen. If there was a a no deal either. We must step back. We are the sixth biggest economy in the fifth or sixth depending on where the exchange rate is at anytime figures this week show that the city of London has absolutely consolidated its places. The number one forum for trading renmindi, the Chinese currency consolidated its place for trading. The euro, it is the world's foremost financial capital. People want access to our market people want to invest in this country on my way to the studio this afternoon, I pass to large construction sites in which new hotels are being put up the people who invested in those. Hotels have heard about Brexit. They know about Brexit. They have confidence in the future of this. You choose. If you want to remain optimistic your, of course, free to do. So, but you could also choose to listen to the leaders of of Airbus so landrover Landreau, but he was saying that businesses could will be ranked by a no. You just have to choose I understand their concerns, and they people like them. Understandably want change. Of course, they want change. They would prefer to stay executives. They are. But we've had a referendum before we end, let's perhaps lift our political lens higher. The labor party has just had its annual conference. It has big ideas on radical economic change and reform from workers share ownership to re-nationalization, a whole host of things, and it appears according to opinion polls. They chime with many desires of the British public where the big ideas, the fresh new radical ideas in the conservative party today. What I have. We'll see those ideas come forward. I have. You can see. I think to some extent people have been focusing on Brexit, which is the biggest decision facing our country for a very very long time. I hate the conference next week the weight just be about Brexit. I hope that we will see some of these new ideas come forward. I think it's very important that they do. But, you know, a lot of the so-called new ideas that came out of labour party's conference, I really rather old ideas, and they would do serious damage to the future of our country, you sort of conceded there that the Tory party has been very preoccupied with Brexit for a very long time. I'm mindful Theresa May walks into Downing Street with a very significant speech promising real commitment to improving the lives of those. She called the just about managing. She said that she said that means fighting against the burning injustice that if you're born poor you will die on average nine years earlier. Than others. I'll be driven not by the interests of the privileged few. But by yours, would you concede that after everything that's happened in the last couple of years. Theresa May isn't the leader who is going to deliver on that kind of promise for conservative party voters. It's going to have to be somebody else. I wouldn't concede that for a single limit. I think that that will happen. It is beginning to happen. If you look you say they've been named you ideas. But if you look at the ideas that have been put forward to for example, increase the number of houses that are going to be built something that is extremely important for the future of our country. Been failed to fail to deliver. What similarly on policing similarly on the NHL? Is still seems stuck with an Australian record that again doesn't chime with where the British people's desires are today. If you ask me about the new ideas, which the Tory party's producing you must give me half a moment to to explain what they're doing. And not only the number of new houses being built we've seen initiatives on that. We have seen initiatives which help people to afford to buy those houses, we've seen entirely new emphasis for the conservative party on buildings more social housing on building houses for rent, these new ideas. Yes, I'd like to see more of them. I'm confident we will see more of them. I'm what's more. I'm confident that the prime minister will deliver on the words, which you quoted from which she said when she entered Downing Street a final thought when historians look back perhaps fifty years from now on how conservative party has handled. The Europe question since favored Cameron came into office. In two thousand ten will historians look kindly on what the conservatives have done in office. I think they will. And I think the reason they will is that when we've gone over the next few months when we've left the European Union on whatever basis and we've been discussing a number of them. They will see, and they would be able to have demonstrated to them the great success that Brexit will be and the great strengths which would bring to our country. The tremendous opportunities exist for us outside the European Union. And I think when all the fruits of that fateful referendum are available and visible to them. They will see that actually the conservative party has delivered for the people of our country. Michael howard. We must revisit it. But for now, thank you. Talk. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is supported by C three IOT addressing the world's most challenging problems at the convergence of artificial intelligence.

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"bolia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Freeway into, studio city that's coming up and traffic in less than two, minutes from now it's two twenty three a massive dust storm. Caused organizers at the burning man festival in the Nevada desert to put a stop to ticket holder entries to the. Event for three hours last night and. Once the gates reopened burning men officials say the wait time for entry was ten hours wow every year tens of thousands of people gather in the desert about, one hundred. Miles north of Reno for a week long counter Culture celebration that culminates with the burning, of a central, art installation people in six states reported seeing it now. Scientists studying a meteor that exploded over Michigan in January it's bolia de meteor Bola did which is extremely bright meteor. That explodes the atmosphere so there you go, January seventeenth meteor shower too small fragments down on a town west of Detroit scientists studying it because it's rare for such a, large meteor vents to occur, over a. Populated area, a young boy has been. Killed in a really bad crash in the Wilmington area fire officials say a car crashed into a light pole killing roughly ten year old boy. And critically, injuring another, boy believed to be around six or eight driving vehicle also injured two twenty four it will be a sea of pink in Detroit's this week to honor Aretha Franklin Chris. That LS is the first, lady of greater grace temple where Aretha Franklin's funeral will be held, Friday. She put out the call for a parade of pink Cadillacs and we have Cal let's come in as far as Dallas almost Nebraska, Florida they. Are coming from everywhere to show their support to miss Aretha Franklin and she says, as, far as those pink Cadillacs go in Mary Kay pink Cadillac is a symbol of r. e. s.. P. e. c. t. where you drive.

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"bolia" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He have veteran savvy at the bridge. Yes, he does and he'll play all the courses. He's played all the next one up. What's it called? I can't remember all think of it in a second, but they haven't played since nineteen. Fifty. One played that one next year's still. It's all the same style. It's bad weather. It's links its way, low runner, right? It'll run because they're dry baked and you don't have to fly the ball. It's port rush or something Royal role. A port Russia conditions give you took the word on his nerves, and that's where it was. He takes Turney Taga. Got it. Oh, but that was like a classic vintage trick shot. That's Tiger Woods. Just flipping that wedge where he wrapped it all the way around and hid himself in the back with it. He swung so hard tiger did what guys normally do when tiger's playing with them. If they're nerves that get the best of them and all of a sudden they start sliding back. Tiger goals bogey bolia with us over after that's just over. You're not there because it's it's too much of a traffic jam of players head of you right up. And the problem for tiger was he's playing with Francesco Molinari who by the way has been the hottest player in the world over the last month member what he did at Tigers tournament now called the Quicken Loans, right? He won it by eight shots. Tiger finished tied for four ten shots behind Molinaro his tournament. Then he went to the John Deere and finished tied for second. And then he goes over and wins again. So he's gone first time for two and I in his last three terms over one month's fan, he's. He's he's out of his mind. He made every four foot par putt, yes, it's hard man, right? And yet I think he wore down tiger because he was such a machine. Tiger needs is playing partner to make one mistake making feel better about him. You know, give us a lot easier being that because there's really no pressure. If you if you lose you're supposed to, you're not supposed to be tiger branch. Go my line. I would agree with that, although he's a fine internet that exactly I'm with you. That's why we're more. That's why when when people would beat tiger, we will more surprise than that. They won the tag, aloft because you like how you can't be tiger is specially head to head will Wayang tracked him down in two thousand nine get. We were shot because we'd never seen tiger Heli fifty, four hole lead in give it up on the final day. He had a two shot Li like, how did that happen? I don't think we heard from why Yang that's not and lo and behold, that was foreshadowing of something on belt with fog. Greater than being tracked down by white Yang at the PGA. That's true. No, you're right. Would I bet on tiger at sixteen to one to win the PGA I would not. No, I'm sorry. It's there too many good players who hit a little farther and much straighter than tiger does off the tee if you force them to use driver a love it, but do believe he can win another another golf will be, I would can all you mean regular regulatory? Not I do. Yeah. So do I and maybe a British Open. I like what Shannon's said about not being feared because I think he wants to change that. But at this point lies anyone worried about them right now we need hasn't shown us that yet. Rory's quote, I forgot about this McElroy who knows tiger they gather in and he said, I wouldn't say we're worried about him. He was trying to put in the context of this, isn't that old, but I wouldn't say we're worried about him. He's just one of the guys who's always in it with a shot. Okay. Going about it time. Beg the day. You know what Roma take you out to the tournament. We'll put the Mon you. He did. Who is still feared Tom Brady, and he reportedly showed up to patriots camp. Early is arm already. Looks like it's in midseason for me. Showed it off in this Instagram video yesterday, throwing a long pass to his former teammate, Wes Welker on the back of a golf cart. Brady doesn't even wait for the catch before he starts walking off..

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"bolia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The hour presented by certain mattress i'm jim shanavie in sacramento california another night of protests over last week's police shooting death of stefan clark ko v tv's drew bolia is there there was a bit of a confrontation with police at the entrance to get onto the freeway but there was no arrests made just a lot of yelling and screaming at that location and now we just have groups of people who are out on the evening and then you also have a group of the marcher so the march continues here an old sacramento it began around nine o'clock still going strong earlier the clark family released details from a private pathologist report we should jess clark was shot seven times in the back the two white baton rouge louisiana police officers involved in the shooting death of alton sterling some two years ago found out earlier this week they will not face criminal charges the state attorney general ruling the shooting was justified friday officer blamed salomone was fired the police chief determining that he violated department policies on use of force and command of temper w af btv scotty hunter chose not to walk step by step through videos from the incident only calling them quote graphic and shocking to the conscience did however point to what he considers clear policy violations was suspended while sal ammoniac punishment was more severe noor salman the wife of orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen was acquitted by a jury friday of all charges she'd been accused of obstruction of justice and aiding her husband in providing support to the islamic state militant group the foreman of the jury has issued a written statement wanting to make very important clarification saying that even though the verdict came back as not guilty on both counts that the jury did believe that they were convinced see was aware of his intentions who may have not known the time or the place that she was aware that he had these intentions to carry out some sort of attack but they say the language of the charges here was whether she helped him carry it out and for that they say the evidence just was not enough correspondent manuel bojorquez the 2016 pulse nightclub attack left forty nine people dead president trump used his saturday media dress to take note of this.

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"bolia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of the two thousand eighteen one hundred pga championship and mel read country club saint louis hd three lewis ex hdz louis ck hd three saint louis this is cbs news on the hour presented by certa mattress i'm jim shanavie in sacramento california another night of protests over last week's police shooting death of stefan clark ko v tv's drew bolia is there there was a bit of a confrontation with police at the entrance to get onto the freeway but there was no arrests made just a lot of yelling and screaming at that location and now we just have groups of people who are out on the evening and then you also have a group of the marcher so the march continues here an old sacramento it began around nine o'clock still going strong earlier the clark family released details from a private pathologist report we should judge clark was shot seven times in the back the two white baton rouge louisiana police officers involved in the shooting death of alton sterling some two years ago found out earlier this week they will not face criminal charges the state attorney general ruling the shooting was justified friday officer blamed salomone was fired the police chief determining that he violated department policies on use of force and command of temper wafa scotty hunter chose not to walk step by step through videos from the incident only calling them quote graphic and shocking to the conscience he did however point to what he considers clear policy violations that sure why lake was suspended while onis punishment was more severe newark salman the wife of orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen was acquitted by a jury friday of all charges she'd been accused of obstruction of justice and aiding her husband in providing support to the islamic state militant group the foreman of the jury is issued a written statement wanting to make a very important clarification saying that even though.

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"bolia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bolia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Detroit it's four o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by theraworx relief i'm jim shanavie north korea leader kim jong un has wrapped up a three day visit to beijing and one on one meetings with chinese leader xi jinping the subject likely the north's recent outreach to south korea and the us correspondent ben tracy we're told that kim jong hoon came here to inform president xi personally of the situation on the korean peninsula and a couple of highlights this is the first confirmation we've gotten from north korea that indeed they are willing to meet with the us in talks a summit with president trump and kim jong un is quoted as saying that denuclearization can be resolved on the korean peninsula if the united states and south korea respond with goodwill ben tracy cbs news beijing another round of protests in sacramento california last night over the police shooting death of twenty two year old stefan clark an unarmed black man demonstrators blocked the doors of the golden one center keeping fans from the kings game against the mavericks ko vr's drew bolia the sacramento kings once again making the decision to play the game despite only a fraction of the fans making it inside it's disappointing some fans sympathizing with the protesters cost but scott thurman says the kings should have had a better plan in place this time around i would hope that they would open the doors at some point in time as the game more on arguments between fans of protesters at security barriers continue meanwhile the twitter account for the family of stefan clark tweeted the sacramento kings love and support us we don't like this and continued saying the sacramento kings are a part of our city we can make a difference and.

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