21 Burst results for "Cabela"

"cabela" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

02:49 min | 6 d ago

"cabela" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

"Pro shops and Cabela's studio on music row the body down so according to TMZ Joe exotic clothing line sold out in hours just but if they soft launched on Monday and brought in twenty thousand dollars in sales the website says so many of the qualities this collection aligned with things Joe experienced on and off the show I mean I wouldn't wear that Joe exotic it was all the clothes they have that right but I think I would just be naked since the fall line debuted seven thousand T. shirts hoodies sweats and face masks have been sold I mean it's it's loud stuff I'm looking at a big tiger with the tongue out so there's that success what's a successful like why is that the joke goes I don't know success yeah is the one that sticks out in jail well again result anyway the joys out except I we overjoyed exotic yet or are we just waiting for part two I mean there's really nothing to be excited about right over it well yes Donald Trump for a pardon you know if they did apart too on it re opening right now without Joe exotic but the place you know what you got I don't know I think some people would watch we're going to see what happens with him coming up Aimee speaking TV show the one of your best TV friend would be okay okay so it's you had to pick a best friend from a TV show character who would it be we'll go around the room to find all of ours out don't forget to fifty five after tell me something good here on the Bobby bones show.

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"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:58 min | 6 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

"Pro shops and Cabela's studio on music row the body don't show I look in the story from Kentucky and I think these people set up a fake drive in corona virus checking place because whenever the news when they go Hey let me see your certificate that misspelled hippa and they packed the crap unless real quick you see that story well that's it no but that's crazy and the governor of Kentucky said Hey don't be fooled by scam drive through testing sites global and hazard about scam artists trying to collect people's DNA saying it's corona virus testing the first official state drive through test may come this weekend so they weren't real and they go up to these guys and it's two guys like him it would be doing interviews were legit but they misspelled hippa on there like a certificate rule number one of scamming is spell things right right yeah even I got a fake ID spell things right but that's thirty huh I bet you it's not even about collecting the ID first the the DNA for some you know diabolical plan is priced to get forty Bucks for each person or something because I'm sure they would charge for it that Kentucky got the governor that was doing a great job with corona virus there some of these guys are really just rocking it shut things down Hey this is gonna be bad let's go New York Cuomo's the rocket Kentucky's been rocking it the Florida governor's been terrible China for the project you guys there we go governor ND Brashear he got a tweet saying please warn people to have the scammers charging two hundred Bucks for fate coke nineteen tests and low level and they aren't there like fake hazmat suits to not all has medicine and it looks like there's got sheets you know we were kids we can afford a ghost costumes with pope dies in the out in the sheet that's what they look like who are these people all anybody will find any sort of crisis and in a way to capitalize off of it don't forget we have senators that got the Intel before and sold all their stock so they have to lose money during the crisis they did that people we elected to represent us are **** us the American people over so everybody by the situation how can they capitalize either how can they save their but they do it but on a lighter note there's a lot of there's a lighter note I do I talk to Eddie about this there are court closures are preventing child adoptions and foster families with seeing that the foster kids seeing their real parents because of coronavirus and Eddie as our video producer but is also fostering two kids along with his two kids right now Eddie has the foster system reach out to you about corona virus we've yeah we had a meeting with them a couple days ago just kind of an update on what they're doing nothing really is changing for us unfortunately in our situation their biological parents have stopped visiting for like months so wow yeah I mean are the kids that we have they haven't seen their parents and I don't know for five months and it's not because of corona so that stinks but now that that's not affected us but and I do get emails every day from the agency of people needing placements kids needing placements out there and I just got one yesterday so that's that is part of the system is still going so that's good so if a kid needs a home they're still looking for placements and put in their homes for now you're a foster kids have seen their parents and for five months now man their parents have been M. I. A. and we just don't know like we don't know what's going to happen with that and they've been there's been court orders and stuff to find the parents and trying to get them to sign papers but they just haven't been able to track him down could those parents show up though right now but like all right we're back in let's let's have a kids now that the judge I think the judge in this is like I'm not giving too many details out but the judge awhile back already decided that that that's just not gonna happen so even if they did change or not their mind now I mean bones that had these kids for having over a year now it's been.

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"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

"The bass pro shops and Cabela's studio on music row is the Bobby bones show there's an artist that we play in our women of I heart countries on weekends name Kelly short new artists are really good she just posted last night as she has coronavirus and so we're gonna talk to are coming up in a second she's young I think she's twenty three twenty four years old and twenty five but she posted I was like holy cow so we'll talk to her and see what the whole process was like getting tested the swamp that doctors in the hazmat suits so coming up in the next five or six minutes Kaylee shore who is positive with corona virus here on the Bobby bones show so the only the first the only this story comes to us from Maine a group of residents felt like one neighbor should be quarantined in this house because he was acting a little weird he looked sick so they chop down a tree blocked his driveway.

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"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

"Pro shops and Cabela's studio on music row is the Bobby bones show we're playing name that secret celebrity on the phone right now is crystal in Iowa crystal how are you this morning I'm good good morning studio what's been happening with you today I just on my way to work and how the drive is other less cars out since people are staying home yes absolutely it's actually kind of nice I was driving together to frame his birthday yesterday and it was five PM and it is usually jam Packard man in it I was is flying through nothing I saw like for cars it's weird I was like dang is nice but then I felt bad for thinking it was nice I know when I was leaving come your house normally that's high traffic times and I thought oh I better map quest and see how Google at quest one first and it map it to see how long it's gonna take you on a O. R. when you did that whatever I'm like Google maps on my phone but it was seventeen minutes door to door which is if not it would never be possible at five thirty PM ever if only take forty five minutes was it after you finish watching Clarissa explains it all on the loan funding crystal we're gonna play name that secret celebrity I will play you a celebrity have to guess what celebrities voice you're hearing so far the guesses have been Mel Gibson Eddie Murphy and Willie Nelson and all those guesses have been wrong okay here is the clip in time.

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"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on The Big 98

"Cabela's studio on music row the body don't show much much why you upset my wife decided that she should get my son something because he's an older brother now so she ordered him a doll it says super Big Brother and it's a doll that looks like him and it's supposed to be like oh this is you in but I don't want my kids a boy walking around with a doll I feel like it's a bad look for him did you ever have army men or I had wrestlers I had a GI Joes or he Mans but I don't consider those dolls I consider those action figures this is like a doll but it's not like I don't know you know if there's a difference in a doll and an action figure that was tough I used to have like a ultimate warrior hello fighter it was kind of looks like a doll I think it's all just in the words I mean looking at the dollar now is a super big brother it looks like a my buddy how do you feel about my body back in the day I didn't have one of those I love those kids like those kids that teddy rough skin or whatever is left of my teddy Ruxpin yeah girl Ruxpin literature or whatever Amy how do you feel because you did your son having all your husband like he had a lease lunchboxes called like Superboy or whatever Stevenson was desperate for an American girl doll but it was a boy and it looked just like in his queue all black dolls same hair you got one with headphones in a backpack so literal killed but I tell you what it seems I'm gonna take that thing on an airplane once a man was like the house is going to well I'm trying to come to terms with it and I said I told my wife if he plays with it around the house maybe I'm okay with it but it does not leave that front door and they have some sound like van well I think that it's something my husband was initially like you lunch box and when you really think about it you get over it and you step back and think okay just because this is how what I was raised or what I was raised to think doesn't mean that it's necessarily right and so I need to chill out on the whole doll thing but everyone was doing some busted out and you see it like he has to work on it it's like an active thing his take a few deep breaths is like your husband yes I your son now he said no if if American girl dolls boy is downstairs in the kitchen counter then takes a few deep breaths things like you know what it's fine it's fine he was for the dollar fine you try to live yourself as what you do you try to live yourself and make yourself feel better that's what I'm doing well it is you do you can re wire your.

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Normani 'hurt' by Camila Cabello's social media behavior

Celeb News Ride Home

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Normani 'hurt' by Camila Cabello's social media behavior

"Former fifth harmony member normany has now spoken out for the first time about her ex group member. Camilla CABELA's past racist tweets and tumbler posts. Normany was interviewed by the Rolling Stone. When the topic came up she gave a lengthy answer that I wish I could just read in its entirety. But let me tell you. It is extremely long. It's also extremely thoughtful compassionate. It's a great piece of writing. So you know what I'm going to give you some of highlights here okay. So in a long email rolling stone normany wrote quote direct and subliminal. Hatred has been geared towards me for many years solely because of the color of my skin. It would be dishonest. If I said that. This particular scenario didn't hurt me. She then added quote. It took days for her to acknowledge what I was dealing with online. And then years for her. To take responsibility for the offensive tweets that recently resurfaced whether or not it was her intention. This made me feel like I was second to the relationship that she had with her fans and quote rolling stone kind of recapped. The Camilla side of things writing quote Kobe. Oh has since apologized for the posts calling the version of herself that made them ignorant and unaware many of those posts included flip bent use of the N. Word and black stereotypes not too far off from the type of daily hatred. Normany received while in fifth harmony and quote normany summed up her feelings about the whole thing saying she hopes that Camilla was able to experience some personal growth and maybe learn an important lesson she then added quote to my Brown men and women. We are like no other. Our power lies within our culture. We are descendants of an endless line of strong and resilient kings and Queens. We have been and will continue to win in all that we do simply because of who we are. We deserve to be celebrated. I deserve to be celebrated and just getting started and quote.

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"cabela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is is ricin cable company in the course can we look at numbers it was as I guess you know look at this corona virus gives the market Cabela's okay gives a market an excuse to pull something back so Dow Jones nasdaq S. and P. radio eight hundred twenty four point the nasdaq is just a couple points with a ninety three hundred S. almost crossing over the it's amazing you know with all of this you're looking at a fifty moving average in a ten day moving average here if you're looking at this as a strong yeah okay look as the Dow Jones but if you're looking at this is a stock okay you're looking at the two of the average of all the moving average convergence divergent okay for training in between the two moving average that would systemically be a hold if you're looking if you're gonna fight into the stock the bottom there that's called the stochastic oscillator well it looks like this under valued for its recent with that what's interesting is is this but in all time high yeah at the beginning of the year and now it says it's too cheap for traders up that's a really solid travel to the nasdaq for just a little bit different just the same nasdaq chart trading right after the ten day moving average and above the fifty movie everything very fast the value that's exactly right so in indices are looking very strong.

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"cabela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:51 min | 8 months ago

"cabela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is ricin the cable company in the course can we look at numbers really it was as I guess you know look at this coronavirus gives the market Cabela's okay he gives a market in excuse all something back so Dow Jones nasdaq S. and P. radio eight hundred twenty four point the nasdaq is just a couple points with a ninety three hundred almost crossing over the it's amazing you know with all of this you're looking at a fifty moving average attending moving average here if you're looking at this as a strong yeah okay look as the Dow Jones but if you're looking at this is a okay you're looking at the two of the average of all the moving average convergence divergence okay we're trading in between the two moving average that would typically be a hold if you're looking if you're gonna fight individual stocks yeah the very bottom there that's called the stochastic oscillator well it looks like that this is under valued for its recent with that what's interesting is is this was quite an all time high yeah at the beginning of the year and now it says it's too cheap for traders up that's a really solid troubling aspect for just a little bit different just the same nasdaq chart trading right after the ten day moving average and above the fifty movie everything very fast the value that's exactly right so in indices are looking very strong one of the things you're gonna have to worry about here at but if you have tests look for me Jerry Coleman yes the lady got up there already my goodness ten percent increase today now that's stock is up fifty nine points today the German one I have the phone it's like a slot car no it's like a car just to make noise that's the difference in your in your car you go as fast your car just as an echo is that's why you think it's different well okay I'll take it I just remember having slot car going I wish I could sit in this little thing because of their only little things you are you're sitting in your car does exactly the same if it goes in his years because if it goes to it's not any faster just feels that it feels faster there's no noise like a golf cart there were you like a driver's all those times you can over served on the golf course it's not like all the dangers saves Arabians our guest president CEO of a company called Omar pharmaceuticals we had such a great interview with him a few weeks ago that we decided that we want to feature this company on a regular basis which we rarely do by the way but he is a serial entrepreneur I've gotten to know him personally and I will tell you are the more you hang around him are you realize you're not as smart as you think you are Hey look you guys are a highly the wrist but in my opinion biotechnology company given that given the fact that we are in San Diego and you might be watching us in New York City you're listening to us in Dallas Texas we're in that we're in the center by a former for for for cancer immunotherapies biotech immunotherapies everything is for even drug delivery here hub what makes a guy like you who had the if you could have picked his you know we've we've been involved a lot of as a companies involved in investment banking I mean what makes you pick this company and why is it so unique I think the first reason was I actually believe we have a drug that will work that well studies have shown this affects the human brain tumors which is currently on treatable and I believe that this is a drug that will show sex sells recent data that we have published has shown were extending patient lives and then there's a site that these patients have a progression free survival only six point nine months all my brain tumors called the GBM right has this particular one is called glioblastoma untreatable five year survival rate is less than five percent two thirds of them have an enzyme that runs and it renders the current drug ineffective six point nine months as I said progress to that part of the body because what you're saying that there's blood brain in their regular blood thinners other things blood or whatever hugest challenge for GBM has been having a drug that was chemotherapy or any other drug designed not to cross the blood brain barrier to get into the brain with enough potency could be affected right and that's another factor that has been the rest we know for a fact that a drug crosses the blood brain barrier and deposits in the cancer cells in the brain and those are the major three reasons I joined I think the drug works I just have to get the trials done get it passed the FDA outside going going pretty good we just published our first ever publication in a peer reviewed journal called cleo mockery highly respected articles it was the midway point on our first line study that showed that fifty percent extension of life on the patients and that was just came out this week here's my question for you how are we doing overall in treating cancers as a whole are there are I mean I know there are some that are that I mean and then there's no cancer this desirable but some have a better outcome than others obviously I'm not sure if you can call this a death sentence but obviously you know by brain cancer is an opera was pretty darn close to that much like you know you're pretty pretty cancer cancelar runs on so forth talk about how we're doing overall as a country we've done amazing in treating cancer but not yet caring get although now we're beginning to begin see signs of treatments that are coming out that are effectively curing somebody is easier to treat cancer so in the future I actually believe between some of the things we're doing immunotherapy treatments where you get the body's immune system to defeat cancer yeah could queue or certain cancers it is not easy this is an incredibly complicated process take decades well sure and that's and that's about safety and efficacy right is that what it's about as much we complain about how long it takes with drugs in the market really is for the greater good that that that you go through phase one phase two phase three right this is well cast that on its balancing getting something to the market fast enough without hurting patient right in the process in the arc of a treatment story with this type of cancer this GVM where do you guys in order it is this is the day you get you get diagnosed hopefully this is this is introduced or is is that there are no no we are running two trials one of them it's first line current therapy is after you were diagnosed within three weeks you have surgery and three to six weeks after that you start radiation and the drug so we would sit in that so you augment whatever the existing treatment whether or not all we replaced okay now the existing treatment was approved in nineteen ninety nine and went and generic in two thousand and ten that's how long it's been open a new paradigm shift has occurred so we are running two trials one is to replace the existing first line treatment and that we also running a recurrence setting which is after you've been treated and it comes back to also treat that patient talking what's the adoption rate I mean Sir dropped ability issues with drugs like this because you talk about the status quo you talk about things is being the way they are in you're introducing something you know how tough is that in the world to find our essay be members from Dana Farber MD Anderson on UCLA believe the adoption curve will be incredibly fascination some very sophisticated I get calls every day from patients who have an enzyme and they want to join our compassionate care program so do I believe there is between the patients and the positions open searching for a better solution for decades now once you get into the air promo the belief is the yeah yeah there will be five hours model we had a meeting at society from nor oncology and one of our scientific advisory board member says if it works every physician will prescribe and every patient yeah without a delay there are tentative is to pass on in six point nine sure that's right there are gonna keep your because as a couple you don't talk about future opportunities because obviously you guys have your hands in a number of things with respect to to to therapy is the other piece of this is it is let helping us Lehman understand how how honestly the how does the how does the FDA process work because I think that's a big piece of this thing because a lot of people don't understand this is not an overnight in others compassionate actually it's sort of therapies for then you've got to do this right otherwise it doesn't make sense to you don't government agency what could go wrong sage Arabian tell more pharmacy to buy they are publicly traded on the stock symbol D..

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Camila Cabello apologizes for racist Tumblr posts from 2012

Celeb News Ride Home

03:22 min | 10 months ago

Camila Cabello apologizes for racist Tumblr posts from 2012

"Two days ago a twitter user at motivate fendi posted a string of tweets calling Camila Cabello out for allegedly posting racist content on a tumbler. Ambler Account Oh no. They didn't summed up the tweet. Thread saying quote motivate fantasy. Found Camilo. Cabezas tumbler page one. Camilla confirmed was hers receipts in the thread and started a thread last night. That includes a million anti-black re blogs xenophobic re blogs referring to the Asian language as Ching Tong Language and going for the hat trick a re blog. Making light of Rana's assault at the hands of Chris Brown and quote. I personally looked through the entire thread and let me just say. I don't know if I've ever seen so many racist memes in one place. It was like reading a toxic four Chan threat or something. The meme that Camille allegedly reposted making fun of Chris. Brown beating Riana is especially vile at motivate. fendi updated the tweet thread adding at the end quote up date. It appears that community deleted Vu attests bell. Luckily I archive all the links in this thread on the way back machine last night. Eight and quote wvu attests bell. I don't know if I'm saying that right. But I guess that was the name of cumulous Account Camilla logged onto twitter last night and while she didn't confirmed the tumbler posts were hers. She did apologize for her past comments in a lengthy apology in the form of a screen shotted image of text now. Technically CABELA's apology wasn't on the IPHONE. Notes APP she clearly road it in like an instagram story but the spirit of the notes up is alive. Live in this apology. So I'm still going to award it with the coveted notes APP apology of the week. Notes APP apology of what we how in a screen shotted image that included a black background with white currier text Camilla road quote when I was younger I used language that I'm deeply ashamed of of and will regret forever. I was uneducated and ignorant and once I became aware of the history and the weight and the true meaning behind this horrible and hurtful language I was deeply the embarrassed I ever used it. I apologize then and I apologize now I would never intentionally hurt anyone and I regret it from the bottom of my heart as much as I wish I could. I can't can't go back in time and change things I said in the past but once you know better you do better and that's all I can do. I'm twenty two now. I'm an adult and I've grown and learned I am conscious and aware of the history and the paint. It carries in a way that I wasn't before those mistakes don't represent the person I am or a prison I've ever been. I only stand Dan and have ever stood for love and inclusivity and my heart has never even then had any chance of hate divisiveness. The truth is I was embarrassingly. Ignorant Unaware I use my platform to speak out about injustice and inequality. And I'll continue doing that. I can't say enough how deeply sorry and ashamed. I feel and I apologize. Today's again from the bottom of my heart and quote even after posting this apology. It still seems like people are pretty upset by Camilla's former posts. A lot of people are saying that regardless of how much she regrets it by age sixteen. You should know that riposting racist content and using the N.. Word Ad Nauseam is unacceptable acceptable. Behavior

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NASA ScienceCast 303: Exploring the Presence of Water on the Moon

NASA ScienceCasts

03:29 min | 1 year ago

NASA ScienceCast 303: Exploring the Presence of Water on the Moon

"As NASA prepares to return to the moon one of the many exciting opportunity scientists are preparing for is the ability to use the water that exists there support human exploration the presence of water has been relatively recent discovery opening up many exciting possibilities for future exploration and just as many questions about the water's origins in the late one thousand nine hundred ninety s Nasr's lunar prospector mission found extra hydrogen at the polls and where there's hydrogen there might be water enter the L. Cross mission designed to determine the type and amount of hydrogen that might be present jess below the moon's polar regions. Tony Capri is a planetary scientist at NASA Ames Research Center and was the principal investigator for the L. Cross mission to determine the form of hydrogen at the polls we needed way to access material below the surface so we carried a piece of the Atlas rocket we launched on all the way to the moon and directed it into one of the large permanently title craters near the South Pole which caused a plume of dust and debris to shoot upwards we had a probe with nine different measuring instruments following the plumes ten mile or sixteen kilometer upward trajectory the lunar reconnaissance orbiter spacecraft was also making up of the plume while mapping the lunar surface from it orbit around the moon the lunar dirt in the plume hadn't seen the sun in over two billion years in the sunlight among other metals and gases we found after about five percent by weight now we know there's water on the moon research scientists jen helmet is also at eight does she explains why the discovery is much more than just a scientific curiosity ultimately I believe we'll be living on the moon for extended periods of time so we need to take advantage of whatever resources we can find their water is h two o a combination of hydrogen oxygen and we can break it apart so now we have a source of hydrogen and oxygen that may be able to be used for rocket fuel as well as a source of oxygen breathing water on the Moon gives you a new paradigm for future space exploration very exciting in the ten years since the outcross mission we've continued to study water at the Lunar Poles from but with instruments on several missions but we still have lots of questions where for instance did the water come from some believed that the water and other volatile could be remnants of comets an asteroid impacts over billions of years others point to recent meteoric shower hours they can be seen producing water vapor in where exactly is the water we've confirmed that water exists in the CABELA's crater near the Moon South Pole where the L. Cross impact occurred but how plentiful is it and can we expect to find it in other soup for cold regions we won't be able to answer any of these questions with certainty until we visit the South Pole with robots astronauts through the artem program NASA is planning to do just that thirsting for more information about the changing science of

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"cabela" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"cabela" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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Trump stays in luxury 5-star hotel for Vietnam summit

The Ray Lucia Show

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trump stays in luxury 5-star hotel for Vietnam summit

"President Trump is meeting with Vietnamese president in Hawaii. Head of his middle worth Cabela's came down, the principal think the country for hosting tissue say great, great honor and send our warmest regards from all Americans the president and his White House, entourage five-star w Marriott noise, Kim Jong UN finished owned Maria hotel, three hundred yards from Shelton.

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"cabela" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on Fore Play

"On your hand or your first time gearing up for just a local weekend the water bass pro shops and cabela's can get the get you everything you need for your getaway for your next outdoor adventure they got it for more information on free events family activities at bass pro shops and cabela's near you visit www dot bass pro dot com slash stores or www dot cabela's dot com slash stores bass pro shops and cabela's your adventure starts here foreplay prison by barstool sports dot com we had a very very special guest this time our good friend ryan whitney spitting chocolates nhl network playing the nhl forever obviously now a much bigger golf guy who i appreciate well we're going to give it ninety shit that so very interesting sub in here because you are basically podcast cooking frankie burly i'm just i mean these kids have pigeon replace him people have to be excited because girly i mean not grenell he's until but frankie he's just doesn't bring what needs i listen to you guys in his golf takes he steals range balls he's a scumbag he is this company he took a lot of heat for the fact that he not only does the steel range balls but then he takes him he jumps over a fence and plays like a par three three and then the leaves the bulls hits over there he he must have been like he might hit no clue what was coming when he probably admitted that he's probably oh it's no big deal and everyone's like dude what are you doing i was one of the first shows that we did with him and he's kind of just like free will and i think we we minneapolis maybe had a few drinks or something it was like yeah i go to these parthrees and i just hit a million balls and leaving there and the backlash she got was insane i don't think he knew what he was he delivered it like how about this cool efficient practice technique i found out everyone's like you fucking psycho path what are you doing imagine the guy who the guy who works at the course wakes up every morning and there's just a million balls if i was that guide wait to find out i just hunt down like where those balls and up and sit there all day and when he came i.

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"cabela" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"They don't they don't call me knuckle dragging moron for for carrying a gun when i want to come in and buy a large capacity of toilet paper or something so just i make my decisions accent i would never step i've been in a field stream store they opened one up somewhere like by troy or something i was in that one when i was up there one time i just stopped by it thought looked like cabela's to me inside or a bass pro shop but you know what they don't tell me they don't like me they don't tell me that they don't want my money and and by the way when i've confronted people on that at times about things they go where i went ahead and eight in there because we were there we we used it a spot to meet with meet up with the family right there by twenty three and salisbury road or do so road or something like that there's a mexican restaurant there and they had a sign on the front that said no firearms i would've had i had it in my pocket i went ahead and k eight there goshen and there was no carnage that took place but afterward i asked the guy and he goes on you're fine we just trying to keep a certain rabble rouser group out or something what are they advertise that their rabble rousers when they come and how do you know who's going to do good or bad that's the point.

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"cabela" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Savings that you'll get when it comes to lives and everything else is pretty easy equation and i completely feel you know what my god i'm going to be very nervous the first time in the back of one of those cars and drive me around like it's a rational but it's real real fear having no control there but what's that passes and it will it'll take time and it will listen to these stats one point three million people or year die in road crashes globally one point three million and an additional twenty to fifty million are injured or disabled fifty million on the upper end of that number i mean this is something that it would you could you could give every toddler an ar fifteen and have absolutely no problem that would even approached the scale of what we're talking about here and they will go and they will they will make sure that this comes in incredibly slowly they will stop the technology everywhere they can they will overregulated so these companies can't make money doing it and here's the reason why they will do that not for the reason that the gun lobby is lobbying the gun lobby is not lobbying because of money because of jobs nobody's talking about the number of jobs it would be lost if you know cabela's shutdown or you know remington just went out nobody's talking about the job loss there nobody cares nobody cares what we're saying is we should defend the right of guns so you can defend yourself because statistics show that it is more safe not less safe it is more safe you will save more lives when people have guns leave it at that we don't even have to go down the road of it's to make sure that we remain free but think of that what we're saying there is we believe that if you lose your right to defend yourself in significant and meaningful ways the government will do what all governments always do and that is steamroll over people so that's our debate that's our reason for standing up for the second amendment for cars you will save millions of people millions of lives.

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"cabela" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on KGO 810

"And and begun begin to worry is a good time to seek some assistance regarding out what's happening doc cabela's is joining me on the phone right now we're talking about mental health in our children and one of the things that always concerns me with what you just described dr suden i'm i'm always curious i know there's no bright line rule on this you know every kid has a rough day or there i mean just part of growing up right in hormonal changes in social interactions between fifth grade and seventh grade that kind of stuff so this is up to what you've just described i think is really important but what parents do as the next step is is i guess the next big question because we have that instinct to know the difference in a bad day and a pattern forming the pattern the persistence of the problems and i think the portal of entry is really your pediatrician or family practice practitioner who has known your child and your family for a long time and really has a finger on the pulse of what might be happening they can really provide a good assessment of the situation and lead you in a direction where do you need to be seen by a specialist or is this something that they can manage is this a passing phase is something to be really worried about because they do have the training and they know you and i think those two attributes really make the pediatrician and prime me back to person really good first step in chocolate white my concern with that and i agree that if if you have that relationship with a primary care or pediatrician write a primary care doctor a pediatrician but we have especially the bay area we have maybe more representation of this than other parts of the country people who have moved here for jobs.

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"cabela" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Fm and anti has all the hollywood news and gossip you need to sex your thursday in chicago is up next community cabela's on right now on doc yeah graduated fresh now house i was getting yeah.

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"cabela" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I wish we will get we will get this cabela's skip said you know what you know what happened with the broad when he has this hotspring from three normally started shooting could stop he just jacks them up now in his last two games lebron james is ten of fifteen from the 3point line died no mathematics mention i'm not protagoras i'm not benjamin bamako but i'm pretty good you know i'm okay tune apparently pretty good i just you and it's really really good luck really really loud vulgar look it's not quite lonzo ball good it's not quite that hot he will special he would go oh display he within his bag thirty nine eight continue what is he a career from 3 helped me out you know like thirty five percent tried 34 percent which is better than kobe and michael i'm good at me four percent so if he's 34 and he's better than those guys that mean they have to be a thumb were around thirty green there too but we're not talking about this i'll admirable let you at you direct me go haven go ahead yeah i think i just sidetracked you completely who tried to trek on your conclusion buck mark inclusion he is all time he's playing at an alltime high considering okay the ahead gateway we have a situation where he scored more points short but given what he's asked to do at this juncture of his career i do believe liberal of playing at an alltime high yep so back to our bets plural the first bad occurred on tuesday on this show when you just blurted out that you got the cavs at the nuggets on thursday night i said really i'll take some of that with the tonight but little muddy bit mud ensures mikkola tuesday for two.

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"cabela" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Group riders or even fishermen i guess could use it to snowmobilers each veers but basically there's just a few basic icons that pop up on your phone so let's say you gotta stop and get something to eat he hit the food button and then it notifies all the riders in your group said if you're on a cycle or snowmobile or trail or whatever it notifies the rest of your group but sends like an instant message basically uh to the group and then uh you know what's going on so if you've got to stuff for gas voronin our gas or if you have an emergency or breakdown you can notify your friends and let them know so it's pretty cool thing but what goal cricket up your got that old up that you're so appeal so or you're you're you're you're 'cause i get it wall there are devices that go on your handlebars khuda done well apart that guy i went on up think about that allow wall you may be learned something here won't we're going to have their next in than me and you are going to come back for the final segment i'll be soul on the next one because i was there by myself last night because you you're busy working to up at cabela's but we still have a lot to talk about as far as ice fishing goes i know you're all fired up about the wheelhouse taxes will call it also got some new regulation on northern pike coming this spring and we'll get a couple of changes in the wall i slots in limits on a couple of a northern lakes as well we'll do that and will have that interview from the motorcycle show.

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"cabela" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cabela" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Is that what this tells me is that biggest believe this team is for real uh and if you look at this what can we know this about seattle the unbelievable in that building especially since they have had wolf will smith a quarterback and the way this team has been a symbol the the the eve of the one the last four game by 23 points the first is 204 coast to do that that's speaking supping considering they're the team up in new england the has tom brady i believe he is the greatest quarterbacks cabela's i will concede that to you thank you but this is about walker mmhmm and when you've got this young man is i still don't get the nickname but go ahead skills he so accurate that it's like he hands forty are pair whom collided did he just walked that ball down the field and handed to enjoy the guy he threw away all he has the name and he been server to but he got a little pop up shot to a big my i like i like when silvain your or wentz in a lifetime i will give it to ensure while he to win with okay hot do it todd do card if you have a cowboy skip his real bear for real vegas believe they offer real we don't turn to put ball over they play unbelievable defense they got a kicker that's very accurate in so when you combined those thing considering that's the out unlock the last two home play up their own home games lost to washington for its coup of i told you he would do it may uh matt ryan who started to look like the mvp candidate from last year he did a number on him and guesswork walk to him playing better than both of those guys with those weapons the way they could run the football this some point times give up also believe that vega believe you're going to catch up with them you can't keep moving to the kam chancellor the richard sherman inability to run the football at some point in time russell improvisational skills going to run out he can't keep and durbash born the ball down the field and hoping someone runs up under the deal with.

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