25 Burst results for "Chela"

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

podnews

03:34 min | 4 months ago

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,

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Why Blackpink's 'Ice Cream' Could Be Their Breakout Moment

Pop Shop

04:25 min | 6 months ago

Why Blackpink's 'Ice Cream' Could Be Their Breakout Moment

"Ice cream black pink and Selena Gomez is new single which I wrote about last week I. Spoke to a couple of people over an interscope who did this huge marketing blitz? For the song. Selena Gomez partnered with serendipity the pro like going I screamed brand for her own. Brand of ice cream. Cookies and cream remix Keith. I was sent a pint. Of Cookies and cream racy remixing come to come with a download of the song in the ice cream. Absolutely. Was it ice cream song? Cream. Bundle. For melts. I will say. This is not spun kind. This is not sponsored content. I did greatly enjoyed the cookies and cream no impact on your editorial coverage whatsoever. Absolutely not I didn't I don't think I wrote that anywhere that I really liked the ice. Cream. But anyway. Anyway. There was also song. What do you think happened? What do you mean? What was what was the? Also I also wanted to mention an ice cream truck was driving around Los Angeles it was in your neck of the woods Keith. handed. Selena Gomez Black Pink Ice Cream truck was driving around Los Angeles over the weekend playing a mini version of ice cream, which was pretty cool. Anyway Songs Pretty Cool I. think that. It, it is going to be black paying. Hit in the US it's it's very modern sounding in terms of kind of intermixing singing Some kind of yawning beats some rapping It's it's very kind of like tiktok friendly and I think it's the right song for them. So do you think like feels like it feels like black paint has been percolating for awhile now? Like waiting in the wings behind bt s so to speak. Is An any you know black pink had a moment. a low key moment with sour candy with Lady Gaga on the chromatic album that wasn't a single. But now we have black Pinkus Lena Gomez together is this going to be. Potentially the song that really breaks them especially concerned that they have an album right around the corner. Yeah I think so and that's the key because their album comes out in October and they needed a this sort of big book before this album comes out because they released. So Sour Candy came out and may wreck before chromatic came out and peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred that's great I mean it's a top forty hit for them. How you like that is the lead single from their new album that also peaked at number thirty, three on the hot one hundred, and again, that's great for a new artist but also it's not what they wanted. They wanted that song to to crossover in a much bigger way in the US. So now you have not only big song with Selena Gomez, but this huge kind of marketing push around this it it comes in right before the Grammy Eligibility period on August thirty first. And right before black pink's album comes out. So I think like the the social interest in this song Combined with you know the fan base is coming together because Selena Gomez is a huge huge SAR and did not and does not guest and when she does guest on tracks like. She makes wolves with with marshmallows. She made it ain't me with go there there. Yeah. The she hasn't had that many kind of featuring Selena Gomez songs that kind of fizzle. So this was Like an all out offense in in terms of getting black pink on more people's radars, it's not only in the US but. Around the world. So I think that you look back to go board had it's covered with black pink. About a year and a half ago February twenty nine. They performed at Chela, April Twenty nineteen they've been working on this new music. Obviously, we'll. We'll see how that the album does in general but this is a big look for them and I think that this was the kind of smart decision to go all out on this song and almost ensure a big breakout moment and I do think that the song rises to the occasion.

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Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

Linear Digressions

05:37 min | 8 months ago

Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

"Hickey. Pay Ben. which been up to lately? I've been spending a lotta time on Youtube actually. There are a lot of good youtube videos on different topics. Music also data science Yeah have you been spending anytime on Youtube recently? I wouldn't say up been watching more youtube than than usual or anything, but I have been reading about it a little bit and that's kind of what we'll talk about today. All right. You're listening to linear digressions. So is reading youtube a thing then? I think reading papers about Youtube. It's fair to that. That's the thing not aware of anyone who I know. People who listen to music on Youtube and people who learn how to do stuff on Youtube I'm not sure I. Know Very many people who just read on Youtube, though yeah, so, what? What is it that you were reading? Right so I was reading about a system that they have built over there called Pro Chela I believe I am pronouncing that correctly. Coach Yeah it now. It's about slightly differently P. R O. C E L L. Yeah so this is the data system that they have set up to power. Four different types of analytics use cases which I think is really interesting, because usually what you would do if you have four different types of analytics use cases, you would have different systems, and you'd be shuttling data back and forth, but instead what they've done at Youtube is they've built one unified system, and so prochell is the name of that system. I was reading sort of a white paper that describes how it works, and why they made some of the design choices did. One system to rule them all, that is the goal. The goal so Let's start with what are the different use cases that you want able, so this is all under the bucket of analytics data serving, so if you've been listening to some of our other more recent episodes, you know that there's also another high profile use for databases, which is sort of transaction handling for running applications. We're not talking about dot stuff by and large instead. This is just data that's being used for various analytics needs. And those four needs are number one. This is the data that powers reporting and Dash Boarding. So imagine that you are for example, a a creator or sort of like a video author or something on Youtube you have you know some reports and some dashboards and stuff like that you can do to see how many views your videos getting and that sort of thing. Right so I guess that data has to come from somewhere and and. Normally, you would build a system just to handle that data. Right? Yeah, so in that case, let's talk about each of these. What are the needs of each of these systems as we go through them so for reporting and Dash Boarding? Because we are doing that on roughly the scale of you know maybe the number of. Creators or the number of videos, others are very high volume of data that and of queries that you have to be able to serve because there's potentially out that the entire user base of Youtube. Might be interacting with that data. these people have probably expectation that the data's pretty fresh, so if someone watched a video of mine ten minutes ago, I want to see that reflected in my report were my dashboard so being able to see things, I don't know maybe not necessarily in real time, but pretty fast after they happen. Yeah, yeah, I mean like you launch a video. You want to get a pulse on how well it's doing! Let's say if you get ten million views roughly on a video and you launch video. You'RE GONNA get a lot of us really quickly and your dashboard and save zero view is for five hours. Right right, so you want to be able to access fresh data, and you want to do it with a fast response time so I. Don't want to log into my dashboard. Run a query, and then it has to wait thirty seconds or a minute, or who knows multiple minutes for it to return something back to be I definitely have had that experience on some websites wherever most of the pages on the website or web APP or service or fast, and then you go to the charts fewer, the analytics view, and you know you see a lot of spinners. Is these things happen in the background? Yeah, yeah, so that's not. That's not good user experience yeah. So the second use case is embedded statistics So this is when you're actually in the application There's you know those little ticker. The how many times of it has been viewed how many thumbs up it's gotten. HOW MANY THUMBS DOWN! So the ticks that are actually embedded in the user experience, you're not going to establish view, but you're. Clicking around Youtube and you see these statistics that are maybe a little bit more general or or rougher. In the actual user interface. Yeah, so those are you know. I guess that's a little bit starting to flirt with something that looks more application based, but it's intellects because it's looking at potentially all of the. All of the data that's in the database to try to be able to compute those compute those numbers, so this is also a pretty large volume of queries that you have to be able to handle. They say on the order of millions of queries per second because I guess that's probably the roughly the order of. like the frequency with which videos are viewed, which is probably the what's driving most of that.

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Activist and YouTuber Chella Man

Nancy

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Activist and YouTuber Chella Man

"Going to talk to someone who sort of like lives their life in front of an online community. Chela man is a model and actor an activist for the deaf community and the chance community and also just a hugely popular Youtube Vlogger. Yeah his channel has two hundred and fifty thousand youtube subscribers and I think the thing that we both love about his videos is that they're so like personal and honest. He share stories about everything from his relationship to his transition to like everyday stuff from his life. Yeah he just so much in like I just have to mention. He's only twenty one years twenty one. Yeah Yeah I have to say. We definitely like gave him a hard time about how he's done so much at such a young age. I get that a lot. Yeah why why is it? Just feels like you've done so many things like you're doing art you're like acting. Um Ah in the only move to New York like three years ago. Yes Yum until it you grew up in Pennsylvania right I did sadly well can ask what was it like Krupp there. Oh well it was tough. It was a small town in the middle of nowhere basically like very white suburbia Trump land right before the election trump actually came highschool to speak which. I was there for as a junior in high school outside protesting all day. Obviously wow it was really hard you know the culture was. I watched all these kids that I grew up with walked past me on not look at me outside and just walk into the building support him. What was that day like? There's just a lot of emotions most of all. I just felt so fjord from whether that was like fueled by sadness. If fueled by anger I will just go back to that day a member. Why need to do what I do? One of your Youtube Videos. That became hugely popular for you early on. Was You documenting your experience on testosterone. My name is Charles Man and my voice one day on T. Hi My name is Charles. And this is my voice. One Week on. Either name is a man and dismay boys twenty-six to my name is Charles And this is my one year to. How do you think about telling your story online and like how did you begin that process? Honestly I began that process like any other teenager just now and then sharing snippets of getting caught fear etc but after a while I wanted to document transition because I found other trans people online and because of them I was able to make certain connections within my own identity and he wanted to be that for people especially deaf inquiry people of Color. Social media is my way of being able to say what I wanted to say. Cemented in

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"chela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"chela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Described the witnesses and and this gentleman from Sweden also described normally the chela described with this witnesses would describe it would must name which stretches wings out and then it would just shoot up without actually flapping its wings so this is a strange bird and the but he also noticed that you know this witness from Sweden said Mr friends and that several people he interviewed would seem offense and soon afterwards they had poltergeist activity in their homes and Kiel had noted this and she also pointed out that then about you I think interviewed over hundred people all together to some sort of monster is killed called it and about half of those head had like active thank you could build these they seem prone to to have and Freeman nations are hold those type of fans any number of prophetic dreams one involving wrapped Christmas presents floating down the river tell me about that we had it was supposed to be some disaster on the Ohio River and and and then some like merry higher self so Christmas packages and her vision or dream and when she was there when the bridge collapsed and a few hours later she was on the phone with John Cale and she told him that it was exactly like wanted she's seen in her dream seeing Christmas packages on the river because the collapse of the silver bridge it took forty six lives occurred on December sixteenth nineteen sixty seven which is exactly thirteen months to the day that the Linder Roger Scott very and the other couple Marian's Steve's mallet had there flooding of the strange creature the team team whether any sightings of the mouth of the of the moth man in and around the silver bridge in December sixty seven.

"chela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"chela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That? Okay. I I don't know except for for the last. I was watching it and our offense. I could I could make some of the words out. I could make out the word our word. Yeah. Which we don't say on the air. I can make out Don jR, and I can make out that he is the poster boy for a blue poster boy Zinke said poster boy for abortion. I think that's what he said. I'm almost positive. I. I was listening so hard guys hard. Don't think it was English English. That was a Big Joe. All the calls. If we don't understand that we're going to be accused of being racist. I guess I can't understand it. I can't just start like somewhere in the middle of that. Let's see if we can understand any words at all. You. Okay. Stupid. For him. Make. So that's I prove that mother will hit him. Should've aboard. Okay. And that's who he is who he's boom. Our from king of the hill. I don't. The hill you continue and then I'll play. Anyways. This guy is a disgrace absolute disgrace. I'm I I just cannot understand how he debates anyone. How he here's. Here's the thing. I don't think he's had to do that. You think he's? He skated for a really long time. Because he's he's in Birmingham. He's probably been set people. Probably see the name. They probably are like. Oh, yeah. This guy. I mean, John Rogers. Yeah. I'm just gonna head and dispense. He's good. We're all good. Everything's great. When I looked to see in the last election. He had no competition running again, it's probably just like shoo-in for him to win. You know? It's probably one of those districts where people are just like. Oh, yeah. He's great. We have them. He's fine. And nobody cares. And so he's one probably nineteen eighty two and nobody cares. I hope this helps them care because what if it's if it's purely democrat, or it's mostly democrat in that that I guess that area of Birmingham. No one's really going to care, and the obviously don't care about the fact that he is okay with with killing babies. Yeah. Rob tell me these are not the same guy. Here's here's the state rep, John Rogers. Pru right about it. Going to. All right. That's John Rogers, boom. King of the hill. Bottom and I'll what's going to get moving. Again. I think I'll go jogging swimming water bunk mandate going to be bad. Thank you. You're saying southern thing. But it's almost like the second clip was just somebody speaking fast and with an accent, John Rogers is not creating words like those are not whatever was coming out of his mouth were not actual words. There's no way it's really bad you guys. And what he's saying is even worse. Well, I'm glad that someone was able to make that out because people should know how awful he is. Yeah. He he's he's pretty bad. This is the democrat plan. This is it you guys like attention and somebody needs to alert alyssum Alana immediately. Moving on her. We are we should we talk about this mayo Chela Haley fan. Do that. Okay. Strike so ridiculous. So Taylor swift has been accused of culturally appropriating beyond say, and I mean, this kind of stuff happens with musicians quite a bit. I mean, Bruno Mars has been accused of cultural appropriation. Everybody's been accused of it. It's just Justin Timberlake has been accused successful people are always accused of culturally, appropriate, whatever it is that they're doing. So now Taylor swift is getting that wrath, and it's because at the twenty nineteen billboard music awards this past Wednesday. Her performance included a marching marching band. And apparently that also was done by beyond say at Coachella. So now people who are mad at Taylor swift are saying this is mayo Chela what may may what may or may? I don't know. I don't know why. Chela Chela this this entire controversy that Taylor swift has culturally appropriate because she had the audacity to also use a marching band, which is clearly something only beyond say has allowed to do. She's the Queen. I guess okay. I think this is insane. So I didn't realize that beyond say had some sort over sim sort of a hold on marching band us. And I and if I mean, I watched just a little tiny portion of her performance of Taylor Taylor's, and I don't like having to defend her 'cause I've not been. You know what? I mean. I'm just not I don't really like either one of them. Yeah. That music is not my thing. But I feel like hers all it's really poppy and Pestelli, and it's just not at all like fee and pass stellian's very different. It's it's very different. So I don't know where the correlations being drawn other than a band. That's it. I mean, that's that. That is their complaint is that they're saying it's the timing of it. They're saying yes, artists have incorporated marching bands. And drum lines and performance before timing is everything that's the case then beyond say stole it from Fleetwood MAC when they did tusk. You know? Before appropriating them, by the way in case, you need a definition of cultural appropriation. I found a little gift that I actually posted on Twitter this morning. It says appropriation occurs. When the appropriate tore is not aware of the deep significance of the culture that they are partaking in which is interesting because the Cinco de Maya of courses coming on Sunday. And so I tweeted that gift, and I was like I'm gonna have some Mexican food on Sunday. I'm not gonna learn about the deep significance of Mexican food in the Mexican culture, and I have zero Fs to give about that. Yeah. Merican 'cause I just like taco I'm gonna eat all the taco eat so many taco. No one's learning about like talion cultural significance every time they eat pasta. And I'm I'm probably going to have a Margarita. And I'll roll my RS for you. You don't have to do that. Because you can't do it. I would though if I could. Yeah. And you couldn't stop me. It's true. You guys eat all the tacos stay with us. Right. For him this mother's day. Let her know.

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"chela" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chela" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chela. Homecoming twenty eighteen last year beyond became the first African American woman ever to headline the Coachella festival today. She's out with a documentary on Netflix called homecoming about the making of that historic performance because she is beyond say, she's also released a live album here to talk more about the latest in the beehive is our music, Sydney. Mad? Welcome to the studio. Thank you Audie. All right. So just to set the stage so to speak. There are a lot of other concert films out there. Right Jonah goes back decades. What do they typically look like it's a strong lineage of behind the scene concert films? That have basically brought it down to his science of what behind concert film is get a feel like there's months of prep on choreography. There's moments of apprehension struggling, and then of course, there's that prayer circles seen right before the big show where everybody just pulls all together. And it's totally triumphant. It's a pretty standard. Story line at this point. So what is different about this film from beyond say, which I gather she directed. Yes. She directed at herself. Whereas other artists their chosen to headline a festival or headline performance. Like, I'm gonna show off the best of my career for beyond say, she created an entire world to encompass the music that she's put out over the last two decades of career. So this entire performance was a love letter to HP us and black culture. And this is historically black colleges and university. Absolutely. Even though beers did not go to college. She says in the film. She's always had a love affair with what each BC's have represented, and the type of culture that they've nurtured.

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"chela" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chela" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Either way. We can't wait real you. Rush. We'll be one of the headliners couch Chela fill. You're a bigger fan of rush than I am obviously Tom Sawyer was their big hit which says it's the biggest hit. Sure. Like what the average person would now. Yeah. Because I always think Russia's one of those where like everybody likes to go deep with rush. And I'm not one of those people that go deep with a lot of bands. Oh, they did a whole album Bob about that. So, but they'll be part of couch. Chelsea we've got Queen as headliners we got rush who would you like to see it couch cello, totally different than coach Elliott. Go anywhere stability of that. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. We're talking about the economy. There's a great article about you know, the fact is the apple struggling and one of the reasons are struggling is people fixing their iphones, the fixing them if they break, they fix them rather than go buy a new one, and that is hurting. Apple and apples fought in many places to not allow people to fix their iphones. Did not give them parts to fix their batteries because they want you to purchase new ones. And at the same time. They want the environment to be good. So they don't why do that. Because they'd rather you. Fix your phone instead of having to produce new phones, which hurts the environment. It's it's crazy. But yeah, I mean, that's the thing about Android is there, you can fix it. You can fix it. They're not that expensive. You're paying in many ways for some things. But every phone has something unique to it. And when you get to the level of the big, Android phones and the big iphones there. So similar in so many ways, what's your preference in some people willing to pay the premium for it? But obviously not right now three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. So Mr. lead who said that she was gonna impeach that m effort was asked by reporters. Go. Oh..

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"chela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero daisy is going to give us well, eventually she's going to give us a little animals sound, and if you can identify that sound you're going to be a win something. But. I'm going to do compliments, of course, from before we get into the other stuff, I'm going to do this. It's marvel studios. The Black Panther had has come out on Blu Ray DVD. So you can find it in your stores. There's a lot of bonus extras on it. One of the best superhero movies of the century. Actually, I said it's made over one point three billion dollars more than that actually across the world a global. And it basically follows after tragedy forces young prince, she t- Chela to assume what is thrown he is forced with the ultimate test. Putting the fate of his country and the entire world at risk. This is your trivia question. If you get it right compliments from marvel studios, Disney, you're gonna get the Black Panther Blu Ray, which I can tell you you want because everybody loves this movie. This is your question trivia, not a tough one who is the leading star in the movie, what is his real name. He actually pay plays that teach Allah. So what is his name? This actually catapulted him into fame this movie. And if you know what his name is give us a call at eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero eight four four three O five seventy eight hundred and compliments of marvel studios, and Disney and all you're going to get this movie, and it is the Black Panther. So give us a call eight four four three O five seven eight zero zero rated PG thirteen and it's coming out to you. It runs about one hundred and thirty four minutes, and it is the by panther. So what is the actor's name the lead actor the one that plays or it becomes basically the king? So what's his name? Give us a call. And this is your blue. I'm holding it up. If you're watching us on Facebook live at talkin pets radio. And this is your Blu Ray. That you're going to get. If you answered that question correctly, eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero eight four four three zero five seventy eight hundred that is the number to call. If you know who the actor's name is that stars in Black Panther eight four four three zero five seventy eight hundred. I know you're appalled that story. You did on the raccoon and the teacher awful. So what's your thoughts on it? Well, it well, you know, like, I said earlier, we were discussing, you know, if you hit something on the road and people who collected roadkill, but if you hit something that was you know, it was dying. It's humane to to put them out of their misery to take something and deliberately drowned it is cruel and it's intentional. And I think it's criminal behavior at that's I mean how I feel. I'm thinking it's a lot of other people that feel the same way that I do it's when he could have contacted the state, and they would have taken them and youth Anais them at no cost. It would have been done humanely. And it would have been that. They consider it. Humane to give it a single shot to the head, which I do agree with an circumstances. But you don't do that in front of your classroom of teenagers. That's just ridiculous. So I think the whole thing was completely poor judgment on his his part. And he deserves to be fired. And he deserves criminal action. I think it's wrong. But he's he retired. Held accountable by two other organizations the school district can no longer go after him because he retired. But the other two organizations can go after him. Well, we'll see how that turns out. I think we're on the same page in studio here. That's just wrong. I wouldn't do that to a, you know, a squirrel or anything like that. I mean, God that's awful. You know, the the thing about that too. Is that you know, I'm gonna take it down a little bit of a different road. But if the person gets pleasure out of doing something like that. There's definitely something wrong. Right. And I'm curious like with some of these people in our hearts, go out to everybody in Texas that you know, those kids and the teacher were killed to their families and their friends and all. But they need your report people like this. I get seventeen year old. Boy, I mean, how does somebody not know that he's got some strange behaviors? But a lot of times Jeffrey Dahmer Sonal Sam Ted Bundy, they were all animal abusers. So if you see this kid or any maybe the teacher is an animal abuser. Getting pleasure out of that. That's when they move on when they're done with it. And they don't get any more pleasure out of animals. And he used to say that that didn't affect any or one or few of his students to pushing them over the brink for something that they were going. Oh, well, that's okay. The teacher did it now. I can do it. Right. And that that really heavily bothers me a lot. So. Yeah, it's it's wrong on so many levels. I can't even get there because I could go on for a long time with that. Considering his movie made one point three billion dollars. I'm surprised nobody knows the actor's name. Give us a call eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero the lead actor in Black Panther for marvel studios. Who is it? What is his name? He played teach Allah, and he became king. But what is his name his real name is actor's name. What is it? If you know his name, look it up on Google, and you're going to get the Black Panther movie from marvel studios. Did you have a sound that you can play for us? I do I do. I do. I know we're going out to a bricks, right? Yeah. Okay. If you can identify that sound compliments from our new sponsor from Opie and Dixie we are going to send out to you the organic pom-pom for your dogs. The heat is on and they need it further pads of their feet. So give us a call. If you know, what animal that is common compliments from open Dixie, you're going to get the organic Pau bomb, and you basically wipe it on the bottom of your dog's feet, and it will help they're cracking in their sore feet when they're walking on hot pavements pick up the phone. Give us a call eight four four three zero five seventy eight hundred eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero. We want to talk to you. So you got two choices you can name that animal. I don't think that one was that tough, but you can name that animal, and you get the Paul bomb from Opie and Dixie and check them out at doping Dixie dot com. And if you know the actor's name the lead actor in Black Panther, you're gonna get the Blu Ray of the movie compliments for marvel studios..

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning less these days

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning less these days

"Chef doll says the leaning tower pieces leaning a little less engineers have been at work for about two decades to actually stop the famed Tuscan belltower from leaning now it's stabilizing in straightening just a bit. The one hundred eighty six foot leaning tower of PISA is tilting an inch and a half less than it was about two decades ago. Intend to earth on the opposite side from how it's leaning and Roberto Chela explained the tower has reacted by straightening out. It was closed to the public in nineteen ninety eleven years later it was reopened after an ambitious

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"chela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To two thousand and nine. Tom, laura. Chella Dom, Laura Chela. My beeps. He wrote in two thousand nine by most measures stocks no longer, look cheap. May eleven two thousand nine. So when you hear some bozo come out of the woodwork like me or someone else saying, well, the stock market looks grossly overvalued just remember nutty, highly regarded, Tom Laura Chela. In may of two thousand and nine said that stocks didn't look Jeep in the market's gone up eighteen point eight percent a year since then. Or close to it. Well, let's start with this one hundred and eighty years of stock market drawdowns, Ben Carlson wrote about a fellow by the name of Robert fry who actually had a video on this particular presentation online. But here's what then add to say. There has been one constant going all the way back to the eighteen hundreds risk. So true. More specifically, drawdowns or losses. That's what we're most obsessed with. Especially when you see fourteen hundred point drops in a couple of days. This fellow fray presented a couple of different charts. On the market to make his point. And charts can be very very instructive. But also very very deceiving. If you look at the long term growth chart of the market. With the drawdowns shaded in red chart doesn't look so bad. I mean, you see the nineteen twenty nine to two thousand ten but but the rest of them don't look all that daunting. But if you look at it on a log scale chart. You see red everywhere. It's far more prevalent. And what's this evening is even though the market over that long time horizon had gone up? You're sitting in the negative a good percentage of the time. And this is why we must work on the brain. If we're going to be successful investors. Here's what Carlson wrote stocks don't make new highs every single day. So most of the time you're going to be under water from your portfolio's high watermark. See most of us look at the high watermark. And we use that as sort of the litmus test as to how well we're doing. But most of the time based on tests were not doing all that hot. He goes on. This makes sense when you consider that stocks are positive just a little over half the time one looking at returns on a daily basis. And he looked at drawdowns going all the way back to nineteen twenty seven. He used monthly returns on stocks. And found that an investor would have been down from a prior peak over seventy percent of the time. In other words, you'd be depressed about how well you're doing. Or your money manager is doing seventy percent of the time. Which causes people? To make some erratic moves with their portfolio sell out fire your money manager change from growth to value or value to growth, go international load up on tech stocks. What ever? The further breakdown by size of the losses. Instructive? You're in a draw down position. A five to ten percent. In other words, you lost five to ten percent. From your personal best. If you will. Twelve point eight percent of the time. Ten to twenty percent. Thirteen point one percent of the time. And twenty percent or worse. Twenty three point one percent of the time on a monthly basis. That's hard to take folks. Twenty five percent of the time. Basically, you're underwater twenty percent from your high and he's going back here to like nineteen twenty six. So these numbers are statistically significant. He goes on over the last ninety years or so. The market event in a bear market. Almost one quarter of the time half the time you're down five percent or worse. It's difficult to appreciate this fact when looking at a long-term, log scale stock chart that seems to only go up and to the right you've seen those mountain type charts and log scale charts. Were they do show, you know, a little bit of an EKG. But the chart is moving higher and to the right. And this folks is why stocks constantly play mind games with us. And I swear if I ever do go back into the money management business or the financial planning business where I recruit and train advisers. The first person I'm going to hire is a psychologist or a drink or someone that can work with the advisors and their clients. So that they don't let these mind games alter a very sound and solid strategy. No one can predict what the future returns, we'll be in the market. So Ben Carlson says no one knows what the future holds for economic growth. The Trump administration. Feels really good. About economic growth going forward. And maybe the Trump administration has a strategy going forward on these tariffs and so forth. And I don't know if you can talk to fed down from interest rate hikes or not doesn't appear. But not even the president of the United States has control over the stock market. Good and bad. And we certainly can't predict how investors are going to decide how they would price corporate cash flows valuations et cetera. At any given point in time in the future. It's just impossible. But predicting future risk piece of cake. Markets will continue to fluctuate and experience losses on a regular basis. As an investor in stocks, you'll need to spend a lot of time second guessing yourself because your portfolio has fallen in value from a previously seen higher.

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"chela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Why read interesting article this past weekend. That I wanted to share with you in light of the fact that some of us got our butts kicked in the recent past with some drawdown. In other words, the market went down. And a lot of people are predicting Armageddon. I'm not. But I do think some perspective is advisable here. I also did a little flash back to two thousand and nine. Tom, Laura Chela, Tom, Laura Chela? My beeps. He wrote in two thousand nine by most measures stocks no longer, look cheap. May eleven two thousand nine. So when you hear some bozo come out of the woodwork like me or someone else saying, well, the stock market looks grossly overvalued just remember that a highly regarded, Tom Laura Chela. In may of two thousand and nine. Said that stocks didn't look Jeep and the market's gone up eighteen point eight percent a year since then. Or close to it. Well, let's start with this hundred and eighty years of stock market drawdowns, Ben Carlson wrote about a fellow by the name of Robert fry who actually had a video on this particular presentation online. But here's what Ben had to say. There's been one constant going all the way back to the eighteen hundreds risk. So true. More specifically, drawdowns or losses. That's what we're most obsessed with. Especially when you see fourteen hundred point drops in a couple of days. This fellow fray presented a couple of different charts. On the market to make his point. And charts can be very very instructive. But also very very deceiving. If you look at the long term growth chart of the market. With the drawdowns shaded in red chart doesn't look so bad. I mean, you see the nineteen twenty nine thing you say the two thousand ten but but the rest of them don't look all that daunting..

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Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

Courageously Go

12:54 min | 2 years ago

Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

"Welcome to create Asli go where we will venture to places. We've been afraid to go women of the world. We are going to start a movement, a movement towards courage. Hello, everybody. I am. Debbie peach. Oh, your host of Craigslist go. And for many years, I was challenged with social anxiety and being shy and not keeping myself on the sidelines a lot. And so since my fiftieth birthday, I have decided that it all starts with courage and the more we choose courage and follow our hearts by choosing courage, the life of our dreams and a better world for all are truly possible. No matter our age or circumstances. We never need to feel stuck or alone. I'm really excited that all of your out there. I have a very accomplished guests that I'm excited about. Introducing you all to her name is Janet Nelson combining over forty years training. And teaching in the martial arts with her experience in the master social work program at Florida State University. Janet Nelson has developed a unique approach to personal safety awareness that stresses mind, body training, and psychosocial issues. A fourth degree black belt in kung new martial arts sense. They Nelson is an experienced instructor of women men youth, the aged, and the physically challenged. Janet began her martial arts training and Gainesville, Florida in nineteen seventy four training directly under founder Deng no, for over ten years originally from oak park, Illinois. Janet is a nineteen seventy seven graduate of the university of Florida. After beginning her social work career in nineteen seventy eight. She attained her MSW from Florida State University in nineteen Ninety-four credential in the academy of certified social workers by the national association of social workers and as a licensed clinical social worker in the. State of Florida. Her direct practice specialty is mental health services with adolescents, young adults and women as a social worker and psychotherapist. She spent twenty years with at risk, teen girls and young women, seven years at Tallahassee, community college mental health services and five years in private practice tweeting adolescents and adults of all ages. Additionally, Janet is a certified tension and trauma releasing exercises instructor a globally, taught self care body therapy that promotes our bodies ability to open up healing, open up the healing process and Ebeling us to release tension stress and held trauma since nineteen eighty. She has conducted self defense for women seminars and short courses in general, personal safety awareness training too many throughout the state of Florida as well. As national combining her to interest in the early nineties. She created every day, self defense trainings for human service professionals. More recently, she designed online personal safety courses available for c. to license social workers in Kansas and nationally NSA w national everyday. Self defense for social workers is approved by the national association of social workers for continuing education credit in forty six states in two thousand fourteen. She was deemed an expert witness for the federal government agency of occupational safety and health administration in clinical social work, personal safety awareness, workplace violence prevention programs and worker safety skills training. Currently, Janet devotes time to designing and managing online courses and to teach personal safety and wellness instruction. To social health and human service workers across the nation. Janet, Nelson, welcome to courageously. Go. Thank you so much for having me Debbie. It's nice of you to have me. It's great to have you and I don't even know where to begin with you because you you are, you are so accomplished and I've had a recent conversation with you. I know you have a lot going on. So why don't you start off? Why don't we start off with what are you currently most excited about these days? What's going on. Well, you know, when he read when you read my resume,

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Philadelphia Eagles sign coach Doug Pederson, GM Howie Roseman to contract extensions through 2022

24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Philadelphia Eagles sign coach Doug Pederson, GM Howie Roseman to contract extensions through 2022

"The eagles had their first open practice session of training camp before the birds even got of the field the. Franchise announcing four year contract extensions for both Doug Peterson and how we Roseman the head coach of the general manager will, be with the birds until twenty twenty two as for the session itself KYW's Ed Bankin was. Down, at the link bagels how their annual open practice of the Lincoln Chela, mills was once again impressed with the thousands of eagles, fans in. Attendance from when we ran out in pre. Game Boy The loud crowd, and the festive practice also included military day in which the eagles gave their jerseys to servicemen and women. After the workout was complete reporting from the link I'm Ed Benkin KYW.

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Controversy over Michelle Pfeiffer weight question nearly derails 'Scarface' anniversary reunion

Lori and Julia

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Controversy over Michelle Pfeiffer weight question nearly derails 'Scarface' anniversary reunion

"As she does dark at the bottom and blind at the bottom of that's pretty cute i do that because i'm lazy thank you so much someone else who has beautiful hair michelle pfeiffer she was at the tribeca film festival last night in new york city and she is on the panel for her classic nineteen eightythree films scarface and during this panel the panelists the guy who was moderating the panel he asked michelle pfeiffer how much she weighed while she was filming the movie scarface in nineteen eighty three it was sore and appropriate inappropriate guys and she's she's really skinny in it because i've seen the pictures but she is also supposed to play a woman addicted to cocaine and we're going to be the person had heard her speak of that before because she is super thin in that move way very lake has this gun isn't she gets more gaunt as the movie goes on and i think that the way the moderator framed it attack well she didn't see it was the iranians felt that he framed it where he was like you know as a dad i'm concerned about body image for my daughter thank you so now here's what our mass it was the early eighties and like michelle pfeiffer said she was portraying a person who had a cocaine addiction and so you lose weight when that happens and just like the way that the guy framed as as a father do about it now was maybe five even bauer melanie griffith's i husband is in scarface and he is raid donovan's ari or whatever his name is his right hand man in john abyss that's much that is that's right laurie melanie griffith husband remember beyond say is performing a bay chela again this weekend we've been promised some new exciting changes how can she do that she's heard tweaks here and there and also if you want to get in on it the beach pop up stores on her website right now merchants selling from forty.

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"chela" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The older you get the less you you you can just do not care but people love it i'm telling you i've never seen the valley that packed before ever not for any of this is like the fourth coachella you've been through so that's interesting and it gets more popular year well then we have stage coach and then when's old chela time after stagecoach name in the marketing director why you wanna go to old shalah oh wait study or something you know use penicillin to clear up well friday night we had some major breaking news right at the very end of the show and as we mentioned before we stayed on the air until seven thirty because we heard from the president we heard from the pentagon over the weekend we heard from the heads of state of england and france we struck syria we attacked their chemical weapons stockpiles which they apparently were intending on using yet again that's the the explanation that was given by theresa may over in great britain she said that we had to act otherwise more women and children were going to get gassed the reactions were pouring in all over the weekend all over the place you had people who supported the strikes you had people who opposed it yet people who thought it was unconstitutional you thought you had people thought it was a perfectly within the purview of the executive authority so joining us right now to help make heads entails out all this is christian whitman who's a former senior advisor and author of smart power between diplomacy and war former senior adviser by the way in several administrations and campaigns christian thanks so much for joining us great to be here thanks what's your initial reaction of the strikes in syria because jillian and i were a little skittish on this because we just don't want to get involved in any more foreign entanglements than were already involved in i think that's a good sentiment and specifically this is not an effort to get involved more in the syrian civil war or to do regime change against the side or to do nation building in syria really this was an attack in reports have come out of the three options are gone presented.

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"chela" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"All right queen feel like i'm full but it could fit on more thing inside of me that's what i'm talking about my bad and come on in his is just as trays arch i don't get to stay arch okay diane new twitter bio new twitter bio this week's desert this scrumptious little thing at the end of your meal is none other than chela man on instagram i ranted instagram influence here's the thing i don't like influencers i don't like their straps and i'm about recommend you an influence or thirst trial in fact last year i persian entire social media from thirst trump's only follow a very select few now because i want to be better for myself this year one of those people that i follow as telemann c h e l l a man on instagram they're a trans gender queer deaf jewish chinese american artists literally nineteen years old and island hate youtubers i really really hate them but on your chela man created a youtube channel that started to document in detail his transition in perpetuity and that includes things from like starting the very first day he started doing testosterone to the top surgery to the day he asked his dad if he could start calling him as he instead of she and like the way that you watch his progression and his growth over the course of this journey is like such a true testament to me to what social media can be and have actual real impact on other people's lives hundred names chela man and my voice one gay gee how many years chohan and this is my voice seven weeks hi my name is.

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"chela" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Right because i know i was really very heavily spies there that was that was a good pronunciation because i've heard different variations i've heard yeah so it's supposed to be timo tissue but that as always seem like too much of a homework assignment so i don't want to be i wanna burn people with that so see whatever works timothy tim timmy doug max doug alistar meats i never heard that sounds like tho i can thing works out i started cured meat company or or like the gangster who's as timmy chela meats a message to fingers chela means i don't know they always have funny names he had three meets have been wrong and he had the fingers cut off in a dangerous meat cutting operation gelling meets you don't wanna do that taleh meets over there swing pan too armie did i get your name right army it's a male and yes yes so clearly after a year or so because you've been touring with this film now for a year pretty much sundance was ran about this time last year you're not sick of gela which is which is a good thing no not sick of the sight of each other sick of talking about the movie but still love now let me army we we we all had we all hung out until like midnight with armenia was we all three of us all right so talk around the moving should we not talk specifics about the movie i mean i think that's why they paid for us to come here so we should talk about the movie because been tastic movie.

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"chela" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Right because i know i was really very heavily spies there that was that was a good pronunciation because i've heard different variations i've heard yeah so it's supposed to be timo tissue but that as always seem like too much of a homework assignment so i don't want to be i wanna burn people with that so see whatever works timothy tim timmy doug max doug alistar meats i never heard that sounds like tho i can thing works out i started cured meat company or or like the gangster who's as timmy chela meats a message to fingers chela means i don't know they always have funny names he had three meets have been wrong and he had the fingers cut off in a dangerous meat cutting operation gelling meets you don't wanna do that taleh meets over there swing pan too armie did i get your name right army it's a male and yes yes so clearly after a year or so because you've been touring with this film now for a year pretty much sundance was ran about this time last year you're not sick of gela which is which is a good thing no not sick of the sight of each other sick of talking about the movie but still love now let me army we we we all had we all hung out until like midnight with armenia was we all three of us all right so talk around the moving should we not talk specifics about the movie i mean i think that's why they paid for us to come here so we should talk about the movie because been tastic movie.

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"chela" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

"Yes very job good john you nail that okay let's start with mr black panther himself mr t chela i'll he's a basic griff not just because he is like a cat person basic door he really airy potter i do much with the people around is his a harry potter the needs the help is the griffin then needs backup yup but he's doing good he thinks he's doing he's doing it for the right reasons very true such griff then lasting what about his daddy to chuck oh i don't know to chaka and we don't get to know him enough to be able to see like what because even in civil war you just kinda see him he's dead yeah there's not enough yeah i don't know and like you can't really say slithering because he betrayed his family that's like the ultimate you know yeah litter in trey and he's also not a goof indoor because he's a coward trae howard's way out i don't i don't know most want to say he's mongolia all he's a mobile almost wanna say raven claw like coral was a raven clone or lockhart was a raven it's like the selfishness gets in the way and try like an it's tough because he made such a dumb decision like why would you not think eric would come back and screw everything up but i don't think he knew that way to come back think about the tattoo at all.

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"chela" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Double Toasted

"As much as i am reluctant to sit back and say year ask of gaza some influence they do now let's go and start out by looking at the nominees for best picture in this year we have nine categories not nine nominees in his category for best picture just quickly commie by your name get out the post darkest hour lady bird the shape of water dunkirk bantam thread and three billboards outside ebbing missouri finally got the named all right no i was ready for the assists all the users on my wearable whether you billboards are at a mobile while you have found nowhere him every missouri and what we're gonna do for its we're going to try to go in and be positive about this at least that of if government can we talk about why the oscars manner and plus let's go through some of the other categories you're just real briefly real brief us where it will start will go down the line quickly for actor and leading role timothy chela may gary oldman daniek allure daniel day lewis and denzel that's four actor on a leading role we have actor in a supporting role you have wound to fo sam rock will richard jenkins woody harrelson christopher plummer let's go to actress in a leading role sally hawkins meryl streep margo roby fresh smack dormion sirtzi roman in a supporting role your actress czar allison janney mary j blige laurie metcalf leslie man bill and octavia spencer phnom malai go ahead and his name off just a couple of categories here and it will get some other was laid on on the line for directing another important major category crispin no dunker greta growing ladybird gilmore to toro the shape water join peel get out paul thomas anderson bent on three.

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"chela" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Young right that pulled it off quite so well we should mention chela may in ladybird very good as yet affording greater ladybird to isolated bird before i saw this and i didn't recognize them actually it was only when i google to him after seeing the first hour of call me by your name as id who is this kid because he's astonishing and then it turns out i liked him there he had a little bit more of a blatantly comedic role i'd say in ladybird as the boyfriend obviously he gets more to do here and he is just an actor who is both incredibly mature seems wise beyond his years and yet i do think enough of the immaturity comes through as well that you get the sense that he's aware that he has so much more to discover about himself and life but you mentioned the confidence his his physicality is such a big part of this role he he annoys me so much he just seems so amazingly talented and confident but not in a cocky way it's not like he walks into a room in this film and owns the room and is arrogant in some way it's a comfort in his own skin that army hammers character has as well i think that's what i mean by you're right he's not a khaki kid or at least as cocky is he could be given all his gifts in his talents and yet somehow just because of shelman sheer talented yet hockey perform gaz that many had as otherwise that item i don't necessarily i want to be as a hold that against him to something you notice when you're watching a mystery calmly by your name is currently playing in limited release if you've seen it and agree or disagree with our thoughts you can email us feedback at film spotting dot net that is our email address for any feedback you'd like to offer us on this episode you can also send us an mp three file or leave us a short voice mail and we made us use it in an upcoming episode three one to two six four zero seven four four at film spotting dot net you can find twelve years of reviews interviews and top five in the show archives while you're there go ahead and vote in the current film spotting poll were asking the bust film of 2017 is dunkirk get out ladybird or other.

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"chela" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"At us because now former fox 29 assistant news director lesley patterson tyler says newsroom firings especially high profile ones like matt lauer do not happen our whims i was very surprised to hear that the allegations came on a monday and then he fired the very next day she says perhaps technology is contributing to the changing culture of holding men accountable when it comes to sexual harassment allegations i don't know specifically with the matt lauer case what type of evidence they have but i do think that the more cell phones that camera court conversations and video and social media and texting and sex it's easier to accumulate evidence and she adds more changes are likely to come as more women and minorities acquire executive positions the more diverse voices you have making decisions the better off you are in the longrun hadas kuznits kyw newsradio kyw news time 406 sceptre disclosing more about the body of a teenager found atop one of its train remains were found burned he was electrocuted restored steve chela while most of us were subtle the do our thanksgiving holiday 15yearold drones was by himself roman at a suburban station and for whatever reason klimova trust and he'll eased richard railcar in the predawn hours of fraught except those police chief tom tell says they may never know why did so there are several different possibilities of why a person would go on top of the train none of them are good he may have been just looking for a place to spread the night heidi but chief now still has a mess to those who see trained surfing in the movies its gbi tom cruise but he can't train surf on a train that has overhead power you will be electrocuted jones had been missing since september he was in a foster home at the time steve towerblock kyw newsradio the news time seven lasted look wondering on our fonty forecast sponsored by ukrainian self reliance on federal credit union joining us live from the cbs 3 eyewitness weather center meteorologist lauren casey thanks so much will a.

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"chela" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the deep of course no seat today for the first game all season out from with starting running back will become the first chance to get things going for the cowboys rushing attack they ruined down mcfadden and watch chela for roger but they really like rod smith laura she's the guy off the back who gets the chance to be the hot and in dallas mort and drew brees in the saints team from the south on don't team some people say they don't play well and the colder and buffalo today but sean payton has been trying to remake this team for three years were they can travel they can run the ball with mark ingram alvin kamara they have a defense its wind to the football and they now believe this team is close to being weather group and they won six games to prove it does he think of when seventy getting in a row invoke will to prove that aspirin the next player jimmy garoppolo the forty nine or to targeting the week after thereby against seattle in ready to play finally for san francisco seeking starts today but keep him on more this is a team right now with a leaf wanting warned players on our any number on the air your report grabbed the offense more and more this week it looks like he is tracking to be ready for the game against seattle in a lot of tension in atlanta where he just been on offense coordinator steve turkey's the end but this week it was matt ryan last year's mvp who took accountability and had a very intense week practice strong we could practice and for people worried about you jones who did work until friday they believe that he will be atas top speed playing against the dallas cowboys in a key emcee maj of and which may ryan hopes to perform in the mvp level perry habit the story lines off the field coming up in operation football everything you know.

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"chela" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"chela" Discussed on WEEI

"That is a synthetic drug or if it's an opiate coming from a team doctor on so i would you say oh chela jones i'm sorry i always got those two guys confused when they're here chandler jones right around half naked after smoking k2 spicer something that he bought at a gas station synthetic marijuana but you know you've got you've got a lot of options out there if you're looking for a drug to take right a and whether they are legal drugs prescribed from a doctor that we see as regular people or team doctor there are drugs out there and some of these drugs are clearly are much worse than others and you heard david stern use the term gateway drug and when i was growing up in school in grade school in high school marijuana was always considered a quote unquote gateway drug and i think that that was incredibly mislabeled it was wrong because to me the real gateway drug is five milligram percocet because when i had dental work as a 17yearold that's what you get and then you get ten your ten milligram if you have more dental work up to thirty milligrams of you have a lot that the work and i did you know this is something that was handed out ten fifteen years ago without a second thought and it's so irresponsible what doctors have done here because with doctors have done across the united states of america is the eighth prescribe these opiates and beit percocet vicadin oxycodone oxycontin methadone you name it they have prescribed it and they got millions millions of americans hooked on this stuff right and now because everybody's dying and people are scared and by the way the definition of a gateway drug is a drug that leads to taking worse drugs well percocet oxycontin oxycodone methadone what are they lead to when doctors cut your patients off it led to what rapid heroin use so that to me defines gateway drug but anyways you've got millions of americans out there that for years and years and years and years and years doctors prescribing thirty sixty 9000 and twenty pills a month and people take them because hey the doctors is to take them and then people start dying dr get scared dr cuts off patient what's.

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