17 Burst results for "Dan Commons"

"dan commons" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"dan commons" Discussed on KPCC

"Of these crimes back to see the light of day can help people now, Bill you also run a Facebook group about the Colonial Parkway murders. How often do people want to help and and even play detective? Very frequently. I got two or three texts and messages this morning with people asking me questions and We're going to be doing a deep dive on the Colonial Parkman burgers once our television show runs, and we're trying to figure out this legal issue as well. And most podcasts or shoestring operations, you've got to be really, really careful. You're not accusing someone of being a murderer, for example, and it's definitely a challenge. But The amateur detective armchair detective thing. It's very real. We get tips on our case. Certainly every week and I probably get a significant tip. Important enough to turn over to the FBI. At least once a month. As a matter of fact, I have two major tips now. In the Colonial Parkway murders that I need to find the time to write up and send into our FBI investigators. So it definitely happens. And I agree with the listeners point that True crime podcast have and will solve cold cases. Charlie writes on Facebook. I enjoy listening to time suck with Dan Commons whenever he does a podcast in a serial killer. It's crazy to me the horrible things a human conduce to other humans, but Elizabeth Tweets I love true crime but was turned off by a lot of the fan base. Too many glorify serial killers and have no respect for the victims. Bill. Is that something you you've run into? It's something I feel incredibly passionate about. I don't know the thing that makes me the most uncomfortable about the entire space is the glorification of serial killers. I someone reached out to me yesterday from France. Asking me if I wanted To participate in a book about Ted Bundy. And I Was polite, but I said I'll think about it. But my attitude is, I would rather see a book about Kathy Kleiner, who's a survivor of Ted Bundy's attacks. She was a University of Florida when he killed several of her sorority sisters and attacked Kathy Although she survived, I'm much more interesting. Kathy Kleiner's story than I am. Had Bundy's story and let me give an example when I was a crime Khan, which is a conference of true crime fans. One of the things that made me incredibly uncomfortable was seeing people walking around with T shirts with serial killers faces on them, and I think people have decided somehow this is cool and hip and edgy. And I think it's just gross I the glorification of serial murder is something I will never understand. Well, I think I'm gonna wrap on this comment from one of you. Who says I have a compulsion to listen to a true crime podcast every morning. It seems that just listening to the hosts voices coming Despite the subject matter. We also end our day watching true crime on TV. Amanda, You're doing a study right now. That's looking at the therapeutic side to the true crime genre. Can you talk about that? And why you decided to research this I'm looking to see how are people feeling? Actually, after they listen to a crime podcast? Are there truly feeling more relaxed? Are they more anxious and scared? Well, we'll have to have you back when you finish that study. That's Amanda Vickery, professor of social psychology at Illinois Wesleyan University, also with us Bill Thomas, co host of the mind over murder podcast. And John Quinlan Hill host and reporter of the new W A. M u podcast through the cracks. She's also senior producer here, it what A and she'll be back to talk more about the podcast a little later. Before we go. We want to share a few minutes of something else we talked about today Cove. It 19 vaccines and who's getting them? We're starting to get a clearer picture of who's getting vaccinated and why, and that picture is overwhelmingly white. Earlier today We spoke to three doctors who work with underserved communities and people most at risk from covert 19. Dr O. J. Blackstock is an emergency physician based in New York City, and we played her this voicemail from Vernon, who called from ST Louis. Vernon says he's an African American man who's hesitant about the vaccine. You here he was in his car when he recorded this message. Here's part of what he told us. There's nothing at a community leader..

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"dan commons" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Secret Societies

"Thanks again for tuning into secret societies will be back. Thursday with part two where we detail the long and strange decline of the camera after Italy's unification for more information on the camera. Amongst the many sources we used, we found blood brotherhoods, a history of Italy's three mafias by John Dickie, extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of secret societies and all other podcast originals Freon spotify not only spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of. Your favorite podcast originals like secret societies for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream secret societies on spotify just open the APP and type secret societies in the search bar. We'll see you next time. Secret societies was created by Max, Cutler, and is a podcast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by Dick Schroeder with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Joshua Kern. This episode of secret societies was written by Nicholas, Swart with writing assistance by Allie wicker and stars Greg. Poulsen. Vanessa Richardson. Remember to follow incredible feats for mind reeling stories of strength focus and achievement comedian and Podcasters, Dan Commons hosts, bringing his signature humor to these extreme accounts. You might be glad you've never lived these stories, but you'll love hearing them subscribe to incredible feats free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The polls no roman took a plea deal pled guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor under the terms of the plea agreement the court order plant ski to report to a state prison for a ninety andy day psychiatric evaluation to determine if you should receive prison time or be given outpatient rehabilitation he was released after forty two days and then while a judge was evaluating whether or not he should be sent to prison some photos surfaced of roman at october fest in germany with his arms around some girls in a flirtatious way and those girls appeared to be very very when roman hurt he might get prison time now because as upcoming hearing based on these photos and what the judge was thinking he buys a one way ticket england the fleas to france a country where he holds citizenship a country that can refuse to extradite citizens to the u._s. and he's been living free and hiding out in europe ever since and i don't think he feels too bad about what what he did. If you're still a fan of this guy check this out nineteen seventy-nine plans he gave a controversial interview with novelist martin amicus in which discussing his conviction and he says if i had killed somebody it wouldn't have had so much appeal to the press you see but fucking you see and the young girls judges want to fuck young girls. Juries want to fuck young girls. Everyone wants to fuck young girls. This is a quote from this guy from nineteen seventy nine way rationalize have the identity of course i did with anymore done you know if they would've been able to lure who are her into the hot tub and give her some quotes. You're going to try and demonize me. Come on we all know that. Every dude slows down when they cruise by medicals middle school to checkout checkout all that hot sexy young puss. That's not criminal. Let's just bros. Being bros. I mean come on come on like every guy in here doesn't jerk off in a bush is in the city he park when some sexy as junior hires walk by after band practice police the we'd all agree that every forty something year old wants to motorboat some fresh out the box junior hi titties. There's grass on the field right guy. Tell anyone no okay fucking son of a bitch. That's going to be when someone pulls that audio out of context. Dan commons member of the ninth circle called hiding in plain sight <hes> to help provide additional understanding regarding how someone could believe in something like the ninth circuit court less look into some <hes> actually pedophile rings. One example is the case of boilover dot net back in two thousand eleven. A massive internet pedophile ring with up to seventy thousand online members was busted by numerous law enforcement agencies working together. The bus was part of operation rescue identified six hundred seventy suspects and two hundred and thirty abused children in over thirty countries hundred eighty. Four people were arrested that really happened. Unfortunately this now gets portrayed fictitiously online now. The story is presented as if it's happening as if it's just going on the operation still going on the suspects are incorrectly identified as global elites the there's no rumors of satanic overtones which there wasn't any investigation is listed as ongoing which is not no. She's a bunch of regular purves. Sharon naked photos of kids online and they got caught. They weren't european royals. No babies blood was being drank. No one was sacrificed to the devil. Operation operation rescue was a joint effort involving the european union agency for law enforcement cooperation europol and law enforcement and thirteen different countries initiated in two thousand seven and ended in two thousand eleven. Another online pedo ring was busted just as past may fifty children were rescued nine. People were arrested in thailand australia million u._s. After an interpol investigation the began in two thousand seven teen to seventeenth accuse me <hes> concluded in may now the investigation focus on a hidden dark web site with with sixty three thousand online users way too many creeps operation black wrist was launched by interpol after detected images showing eleven different boys age under thirteen being abused abused on a site where people could use encrypted software to maintain secrecy and watch also <hes> operation black wrist susie..

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"dan commons" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"To the rock patters. By go spent dot com. Clamber. Escaping. Why this is that points in the year whereas a man as a man would real set brethren on them? Russa brethren, Rina's, legs, dangling between his legs is this is this is the end of sports today. So NFL's done footballs been way done, obviously, and shell finished up this week and then the NBA finished up last night. So this is your sweet spot here the next. We'll call it. Forty five days. Right. And this is, I think the only reason that we are still together these moments where I go oh. And you like come back to life in a real way. Right. You like wanna do things that aren't connected to sport. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And get a little moment of, like it's tough because I host a sports show. So I have to watch all the games fate and, but I understand your frustration where he was just like, hey, man. Is there? Another game on tonight. Yes. There is just yeah. Just everything being revolved around where it's like, if we go to eat there has to be a TV. Do you know what I'm saying that kind of thing where you'll end up being like where do you wanna go? And I'm like, what? What do you mean? Do you know what I mean? Like, oh, it can be anywhere. And I'm like, are you sure the sounds crazy? And so there's this moment where I'm like, oh, okay. And then it goes, right? Back into the real deal. But it is our job in our livelihood in. It's, it's fine. At this point I'm used to it. No good. Good. I'm used to it. I like the dive bars. Now I like the Wild Wings and places like, you know, and I think you'll be able to come to a few of these little. Change the game. Right. Because all the like. Of to actually go have a dog. Have some drinks hang out with people, then I'm in. So, I think it'll it'll it'll definitely change. But yeah, what are we going? What are we going to do for this forty five days? I mean what is your life going to be? Well, I gotta go out of town to more. Is it tomorrow? Sorry, I woke up and I was like, man, I don't I feel really great today. I don't think I have to do anything I was planning on going to the beach. I was really. And then I was like, oh my God. I've got two interviews in in Raleigh tomorrow. Not that I'm not stoked, because we, it's to, to our favorite people. Yeah. Dan Commons who hosts a podcast called time suck which is one of my end all be all faves. I'm surprised. It's not yours as well. Because you like all that murder mystery stuff. And he, he goes over like the most important murders in history, and, like, fucking, crazy people, and all that shit. I think it took him a second to get things totally locked in. But now I think it's like I am surprised that I haven't. Listen to a couple and, you know, with everything it's like you listen to the beginning ones, but he has it locked. And now where it's like it is a competitor. Sure, he's really good show is, so intricate reminds me scale because it's there's just so much editing research and all the stuff that goes into that, by the way, is like he's lights out. So I talked to him before we go to interview them, and he his credit admitted he was just like man. It is putting these shows out is a beast. And I was like I can only imagine 'cause they're about two hours and the last one was on our fish. God. Yeah. Do you know his story, so Dan, and I we're listening to my coast and drinking Brazil listen to on the on the way back from a business meeting and both of us were just locked in, but it was just so much inning..

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"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"John Wilkes booth. The first man to assassinate an American president, the actor who killed Lincoln, you probably know is an actor, but did you know he was a really, really, really famous very successful actor. He wasn't some bit player in community theater. Some guy messed around with Shakespeare in the park for getting back to his real job in a meat packing plant when summer is over when trying to land a commercial agent in between pizza delivery or bartending gigs. Here's one of the most famous actors of his day. He was the leading hearthrob of his day, the son of the most famous actor of his father's generation. His older brother, Edwin was the most famous actor of his day. Edwin is considered by many historians to be the most accomplished American actor of the entire nineteenth century. His only other brother older brother Junius Brutus booth junior was also a working actor. There were like the nineteenth century Baldwin's, Billy Baldwin had killed a present, whereas Edwin was considered to have more mastery of his craft. One of his nicknames was literally the master. John Wilkes was considered to be. More charismatic and handsome than technically skilled. He was especially known for his action scenes. He was noted swordsman. He was a nineteenth century equivalent to today's blockbuster action star. Not gonna win an Oscar, but gonna move shit tickets. If Instagram would have been around in eighteen sixty four, he would have had the most followers of any activists day legend has it. Female fans wants literally ripped his shirt off. He was leaving the theater after performance. Women wanted John Wilkes booth. Men wanted to be him and then kill the fucking president and historians don't think mental illness played a part in his decision. Think about that. It's truly comparable to like Keanu Reeves, Ryan Gosling, Dwayne, the rock Johnson kill the president's day. It's preposterous. It's outlandish, and it's true. Think of how crazy the media would go. If something like that happened now Anderson Cooper, Rachel Maddow, Sean Hannity, like their heads might actually explode. The story of the planning and the aftermath of Lincoln's assassination is nuts. Tragic moments, comically stiff. With others, and we're to deep dive and suck fascinating moment in history today on time sack. Happy Monday time. Soccer's happy new week, meet sacks time to get shit right this week time to start fresh. Get out there. Do great things get after it, chase those dreams. But I, you know, listen, this episode I'm Dan Commons grandmasters suck Lord of the moshav tamer bojangles kind of tamer of Loucif bean and not really disciple of Nimrod. Yeah, for sure. And you are listening to time suck. Welcome. Welcome back to the cult of curious, great news time, soccer, Larry heralds little girl may is home and recovering very well from her heart surgery hail Nimrod my Nimrod and loose Athena work together and guide her to continued health and ask kick in life. Now, if you'll recall a couple weeks ago, we sent positive Dahshur way, and maybe those thoughts helped love you little Mary, Larry state, Lindsey, and I pick and she is a Doral and she's tough shit. Open heart surgery. It only five months old and she looks like nothing happened. Incredible. Quick note on merchant. Orders if ordered anything in the store since this past Saturday expect some delays. Sorry about that. We should be back on track with normal shipping time starting next Monday. Here's what's going on. We're moving to a new merge, distribute a distribution.

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"dan commons" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Yeah, I think I remember Netflix has changed, but it's just it's. It's viewership just increased by like two million people or something like it's the, it's just overwhelming how big they are by the way, even if your special only get seen by one percent of them, you're still getting seen by more than anyone ever. But it's gotta be good if it's going to translate to them becoming a fan. I think the biggest mistake made on Netflix specials. People make it for the room. You gotta make it for the viewer. Tig Notaro taught me. That is crazy. As that sounds. We did premium blend together as she went out. I and I love you take, but she ate a dick for the first time in her life, probably. Lesbian. By the way that's fucking. That was, I'm so quick anyway. So Tig Notaro aid it. And then I went up and I'm murdered, do member comic. Do you remember com? Accused of hang out at the improv. He had long curly hair like Rockstars name, Rick Schwartz, maybe and he gone to agent once. Friends with Gary Coleman. I totally remember him, but I do not remember his name. And then that sounds surely. Been, it might have been, and I think he ended up becoming a teacher in Virginia anyway, that's how earthquake on the show and what a fuck impairing that was thank you. Pat buckles. I went up after Tig and I'm murdered, but I played to the room. I was like, what's up USC UCLA and everyone's like. But it just sounded like shouting at you on TV when you weren't there and Tig special ticks spent with so much better than mine that I was like, fuck. I was a big lesson I learned after that. I'm the worst pandering. I've tried sometimes to just take easy route route. Bannered totally screwed it up. One time I was in Winnipeg and they, they lost their hockey team and it was not in Atlanta. So the whole week I was opening with, I think it sucks guys don't have your hockey team and you know like you guys deserve it and they're just so polite. They let me do it. And then like the fourth night in one of the waitresses was like, you know, we got the team back last year and I'm like, no, I didn't fucking know that good information like two days ago, but it makes sense because I saw outfitting store and I thought you guys were just having a hard time letting go coming up on new logos. And then another time I did the same exact thing, but for was in Milwaukee. And I kept talking about this one player that they made a trade for LeBron James was involved and all this stuff. Then I realized the player I was talking about late on the Minnesota Timberwolves, not the bucks when I would make sense. Everyone thinks I'm an idiot all week long. That's okay. I did it entire round of pitches explaining. Homeless people. Like what I meant is like homeless people like like people down on their luck, like not the not the best people calling themselves to the earth. I thought the phrase salted the earth, like on lowest. We can be. And like nine pitches in Brian fucking Volk. Weiss goes this before you had Google on your phone. He goes, I think you're misusing the term Solta the earth. Brian, this whole pitch hinges on the salt of the earth. And he was like, yeah, no is good people. Fuck face when we gonna tell me like I just. God, this is no one was I did not know how many. This speaking of homeless people. What about that Parkway? Oh, Dan Cummins is moving tickets. Dan. God bless the podcasts. That's where I love people in our business support. Journeyman comic comics who are like just to stand up. Maybe I do a podcast. I'm not famous. I just really work hard at my craft like everyone. Those of your favorite people to watch in the clubs. We are like like Brody Stevens like Faulk brody's up and everyone runs to go, sees them. Per quarter and so, but like I did a podcast with Dan Commons in Utah. He's podcast, you know, I've talked about it. It's called a is called a, what is it called? Time time suck. I was gonna call it secret time. That's that's your next special. So we did a podcast at a park and two cops walked us up to us in the park, and they were like, hey, you might wanna put your shoes on those like flip phone..

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"dan commons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The exact one that the university neuroscientist helped develop and i it's it's health benefits are awesome i this is really unbelievable philipson on the benefits dan and and some of the science here to where you back up and understand a little bit about how turmeric and and kirkman has been developed in the air that was used for our you vetik medicine and taken for various different health reasons and they were taking it in grams and they found out gosh i really gotta take a lotta this to get any kind of benefit from it and what they started finding out as well we gotta get absorbed into the system to get any kind of benefit so as the story goes on the defined it better lung veda was developed by university neuroscientist to try and get the free form of the kirkman past the conjugation of the gut and into the bloodstream and get to your targeted tissues so the key was absorption how do you get that absorbed and that's how long was developed now i know you like to talk about the free curcumin benefits have long vida kurkim that period he uses in their kirke bright formula but dan when you say free curcumin you don't mean free in the obvious way you're talking about its ability to get into the bloodstream like you just said and crossed the blood brain barrier and that's what makes curcumin so effective right that is correct so the active component in turmeric is called her common and to get it in its free form past the conjugation in to your bloodstream is the focus here so once you get into the our capacity conjugation gut into the bloodstream and has the ability to get to certain areas and crossed the blood brain barrier that is true and provide you know things like healthy brain aging i mean even things like muscle recovery back killer support so we're really excited to have that dan common a little bit more about this special long vida curcumin and has patented s l c p technology this curcumin that's impurities kirk your bright formula has.

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"dan commons" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"And i gotta tell you every once in a while a nutritional breakthrough occurs the send shockwaves through the industry and today we're going to be investigating a breakthrough developed in collaboration with a lead university neuroscientist that can positively impact your health in ways that are going to astound you it's a university studied curcumin and quite simply it does things to boost your health that virtually no other curcumin can do out there so if you are personally interested in promoting cognitive function brain vitality boosting your working memory in as little as an hour as well as vascular function positive mood and healthy muscle benefits don't go anywhere on behalf the purity products we've got curcumin dan with us today he's here to tell us about this pioneering research conducted on this special curcumin dan welcome to the show sir thanks a pleasure to be on the show and another wonderful day to be taken curcumin dan you've been following curcumin for many years but this special curcumin this long vida curcumin the purity products says source is the exact one that the university neuroscientist helped developed and its health benefits are awesome this is really unbelievable philipson on the benefits dan and and some of the science here to your backup and understand a little bit about how turmeric and and kirkman has been developed in the air that was used for our vettix medicine and taking it for various different health reasons and they were taking it in grams and they found out gosh i really gotta take a lot of it to get any kind of benefit from it and what they started finding out as well we gotta get absorbed into the system to get any kind of benefit so as the story goes on at that defined it absorbed better long veto was developed by university neuroscientist to try and get the free form of the kirk past the conjugation of the gut into the bloodstream and get to your targeted tissues so the key was absorption how do you get that absorbed and that's how long data was developed now i know you like to talk about the free curcumin benefits of long vida in that period he uses in their curricula bright formula but dan when you say free curcumin you don't mean free in the obvious way you're talking about its ability to get into the bloodstream like you just said and crossed the blood brain barrier and that's what makes curcumin so effective right that is correct so the active component in turmeric is called her common and to get it in its free form packed the conjugation avoca in to your bloodstream is the focus here so once you get it into the path the conjugation to get into the bloodstream it has the ability to get to certain areas and crossed the blood brain barrier that is true and provide you know things like healthy brain aging i mean even things like muscle recovery back killer support so we're really excited to have that dan common a little bit more about this special long vida curcumin and has patented s l c p technology this curcumin that's impurities kirk your bright formula has.

"dan commons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is the exact one that the university neuroscientist helped develop and i it's it's health benefits are awesome this is really unbelievable philipson on the benefits dan and and some of the science here too where's love you back up and understand a little bit about how turmeric and and kirkman has been developed in the years it was used for our you vetik medicine and taken for various different health reasons and they were taking it in grams and they found out gosh i really gotta take a lotta this to get any kind of benefit from it and what they started finding out as well we gotta get absorbed into the system to get any kind of benefit so as the story goes on the defined it absorbed better long vida was developed by university neuroscientist to try and get the free form of the kirkman past the conjugation of the gut into the bloodstream and get to your targeted tissues so the key was absorption how do you get that absorbed and that's how long did it was developed know you like to talk about the free curcumin benefits have long vida in that period purity uses in their kirke bright formula but dan when you say free curcumin you don't mean free in the obvious way you're talking about its ability to get into the bloodstream like you just said and crossed the blood brain barrier and that's what makes curcumin so effective right that is correct so the active component in turmeric is called curcumin and to get it in its free form past the conjugation in in your bloodstream is the focus here so once you get into the gut past the conjugation the gut into the bloodstream and has the ability to get to certain areas and crossed the blood brain barrier that is true and provide you know things like healthy brain aging i mean even things like muscle recovery vascular support so we're really excited to have that dan common a little bit more about this special long vida curcumin and his patented s l c p technology this curcumin that's impurities kirk bright formula has seventeen plus.

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"dan commons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The industry and today we're going to be investigating a breakthrough developed in collaboration with a leading university neuroscientist that can positively impact your health in ways that are going to astound you it's university studied kirkman and quite simply it does things to boost your health that virtually no other curcumin can do out there so if you are personally interested in promoting cognitive function brain vitality boosting your working memory in as little as an hour as well as vascular function positive mood and healthy muscle benefits don't go anywhere on behalf of purity products we've got curcumin dan with us today he's here to tell us about this pioneering research conducted on this special curcumin dan welcome to the show sir thanks gave a pleasure to be on the show and another wonderful day to be taken curcumin dan you've been following curcumin for many years but this special curcumin this long vida past the conjugation of the gut into the bloodstream and get to your targeted tissues so the key was absorption how do you get that absorbed and that's how long did it was developed i know you like to talk about the free curcumin benefits have long vida turkey in that period he uses in their kirke bright formula but dan when you say free curcumin you don't mean free in the obvious way you're talking about its ability to get into the bloodstream like you just said and crossed the blood brain barrier and that's what makes curcumin so effective right that is correct so the active component in turmeric is called her common and to get it in its free form pack the conjugation an in to your bloodstream is the focus here so once you get it into the past the conjugation to get into the bloodstream it has the ability to get to certain areas and crossed the blood brain barrier that is true and provide you know things like healthy brain aging i mean even things like muscle recovery vascular support so we're really excited to have that dan common a little bit more about this special long vida curcumin and it's patented s p technology this curcumin that's impurities kirke bright formula has seventeen plus.

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"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Happy monday time suckers on the master sucker ak the prophet of nimrod aka the play thing of lusa fina aka the background vocalist to the sweet bar the suck michael motherfucking mcdonald dan commons and you are listening to time suck welcome to the cult of the curious inhale nimrod very excited to say that my new stand up comedy album maybe i'm the problem out now it is out now is for sale this is the pandora exclusive album i talked about a few months ago and that's no longer exclusive to pandora you can still listen to it there but now you can you can get it buy it put it on your phone put on your tablet burner computer wherever you want i want to give given a heads up a sooner regarding when it was going to drop but because it's some behind the scenes independent music distribution stuff i actually didn't know what he was gonna come out i a rough estimate sometime in the next few weeks but it's here now here now i'm excited to say currently as of this recording at least number one on the i tunes comedy charts with no press that me what a pleasant surprise it's available on amazon on google play store as well digital only hope you download him hope you'll love it hope rated bunch of bunch of new stuff i'm really proud of danger brain to cover design so of course looks awesome so so grab some new standup treat yourself to some laughs go get it and a quick shout out this is so random too late in vander etch a boise state linebacker former boise state linebacker taken in the first round of the nfl draft for the dallas cowboys who went to my alma mater seven hundred high school he just went from eight man football you know a few years back into town of four hundred people to a multimillion dollar contract i believe twelve mil and nfl impressive of never met him never met anyone in his family don't actually give a shit about high school football and for all i know he could be huge juice back but i haven't heard that i haven't heard anything either way but he made from riggins idaho to america's team and i respect the drive and hustle took to.

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"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Fina why not elbow jangle triple m chick deal oh this whole thing is fun and the reviews have been fantastic but my favorite reason one is from prima airy peak so funny to me they wrote in the wrote saying listening to time suck with dan commons is like walking into a slightly grungy bar and finding a crowd gathered around a very loud man just too late in wildly and occasionally leaping into the air and spinning around drawn like a rubber necker to a wreck you join the outer periphery so you can get a better look he's compelling and revolting brilliant an idiot pick but ultimately informative and entertaining next thing you know you're in the front row buying around for the house that'll do dan cummins that'll do wow primary peak man are you a writer that was some delightful word wizardry you just threw down thank you so much that else beautiful now come see me week after next i started big old comedy run little flatter tour continues to see how many more people like this off of its charlotte north carolina on april eight that one is packing out man atlanta on night on the ninth birmingham on the tenth huntsville alabama come out come on out nasa let's talk about the flutters on the eleventh nashville tennessee on the twelfth houston texts thirteenth dow's texas to fourteen san antonio texas on the fifteenth and salt lake city utah one of the very first towns i ever started getting invited back to the city i recorded don't like to bear on the twentieth and twenty first of april links in the episode description to the venues flatters tour continues san francisco sacramento phoenix cone up right out right afterwards and may nother lifetime podcast and spokane on may six only one i'll be doing until orlando late in the summer so get there it's going to be so much suck and fuck and fund more tour dates dan comes dot tv and space lizards i made contact with david eick psychic the other day and paid for the deluxe reading oh tapping thirty three business days max it's going to be laureus last thank you thank the time sucker is going to time suck.

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"dan commons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"About that the line i'm your i'm y'all i'm your huckleberry that actually comes from i thought this was so cool at that time in georgia where the real doc holiday was from a huckle was the term for on your casket was the handle so what they think he actually said was on your huckle bear that was the actual quotes he's like i'm going to put you in the fucking ground to johnny ringo but that was like a real estate noticed that that was so cool like i did he really was a bad as a lot of those characters seemed to be hollywood now doc holiday he was a serious bad asked and i'd never heard that before i never heard that either but have gugel huckle bearer but that's what they would say is like the huddles on a casket i'm your tour guides had off for instance where me huckleberry holocau kebir make sense random trivia is any here at a connection in doc hollywood where the large ran of pera has sex with his wife says under your cult barry so now you gotta go the director scott i'm not going to find it on ninety six version of it but it's worth a deep die it seems out of place where the movie but now in time to happen people dan commons everybody the podcast it's timesuck effort by god blessed moved out of the state in an ice fishing shed scott a microphone with the wa were the core just goes down into the water and he blab zanu it all day every day and somehow is able to scratch out in existence like this weekend you can see him at the brain private tonight thursday through sunday at tickets available at improv dot com and of course i'm don't wait get bear available as we speak on amazon you know to do book mark us and click through man franco colombo famous bodybuilder friends of arnold i do believe that came out here or they met out here very young they had like a brick masonry business rings us serie um they have a rich history to get very rich history together frank ob in two.

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"dan commons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"About that the line i'm your i'm y'all i'm your huckleberry that actually comes from i thought this was so cool at that time in georgia where the real doc holiday was from a huckle was the term for on your casket was the handle so what they think he actually said was on your huckle bear that was the actual quotes he's like i'm going to put you in the fucking ground to johnny ringo but that was like a real estate noticed that that was so cool like i did he really was a bad as a lot of those characters seemed to be hollywood now doc holiday he was a serious bad asked and i'd never heard that before i never heard that either but have gugel huckle bearer but that's what they would say is like the huddles on a casket i'm your tour guides had off for instance where me huckleberry holocau kebir make sense random trivia is any here at a connection in doc hollywood where the large ran of pera has sex with his wife says under your cult barry so now you gotta go the director scott i'm not going to find it on ninety six version of it but it's worth a deep die it seems out of place where the movie but now in time to happen people dan commons everybody the podcast it's timesuck effort by god blessed moved out of the state in an ice fishing shed scott a microphone with the wa were the core just goes down into the water and he blab zanu it all day every day and somehow is able to scratch out in existence like this weekend you can see him at the brain private tonight thursday through sunday at tickets available at improv dot com and of course i'm don't wait get bear available as we speak on amazon you know to do book mark us and click through man franco colombo famous bodybuilder friends of arnold i do believe that came out here or they met out here very young they had like a brick masonry business rings us serie um they have a rich history to get very rich history together frank ob in two.

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"dan commons" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Dot com just coming in top trump economic adviser gary cohn is leaving the white house after a dispute over trade there are multiple media reports that cone is resigning after a disagreement over the steel and aluminum tariffs that the president has been talking about however the white house says gary cohn of the president have been having a talk for weeks now about how it was getting close to the time for him to transition out the office of the special council has announced that white house counsel kellyanne conway violated the hatch act twice last year when she was advocating for republican roy more and against his democratic rival senator doug jones in alabama senate race correspondent kaitlan collins said hatch act prevents you from using air presence in the government to enter envoy anthony kind of elections in they're saying that kellyanne conway did that corresponded mg lee says it's unclear if khan we will face any repercussions white house is the agency that will take action to take disciplinary action against kellyanne conway uh the special counsel henry kerner said in a letter to the president uh that he is referring the violations to him uh so that he can consider any appropriate disciplinary action khan we came under fire for violating a different ethics 'provision last year when she urged trump supporters to purchase ivanka trump brand products here in chicago in the opioid abuse crisis is blamed for so many overdose deaths bill cameron says mayor emanuel is administration has filed suit against the nation's three largest distributors of opioids mira source bergen drug corporation cardinal health incorporated and mckesson corporation first the should he filed suit against opioid mercury zhu 24 to now which distributor sh senior counsel drummer dole losers they are a public nuisance they are um uh duty bound under the controlled substance zach dan common law to act reasonably and they see signs of oversupply or diversion of opioids into the uh illicit market for opioids roughly distributors say they don't prescribe over yards however they are trying to educate the.

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"dan commons" Discussed on X96

X96

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on X96

"That i i i live in la and i just have you got there have been in the guinness book of records museum no i finally went i finally way because i don't know about you as but but that book fascinated me servers that got like i would get the new hard back i couldn't wait to see the new record the end the twins on the motorcycles yes the big fat twintrack yeah yeah yeah i reality images you have in the out with a long curly fingernails and and i got it educate because i thought it was like a book of champions rights yet again no yeah look around it is a book of weird losers yes rid like all range i can't i can't is i i just lost all interest wants says at the museum inland rookie see stuff like longest continues yunus override impressive as an adult dad woman with the longest fingernails grow she's she's from salt lake the pride felt like he was thursday all it got yeah there needs to be like two books i think that there needs to be like a a little pamphlet size book for like two i don't know 100 records that are repetitive madder like world's strongest man this is cool young and then there i think thirty for all the other stuff like what richie day and that lady there needs to be like a like another book of people like you know biggest wouldn't puppet or most porcelain dolls and that should be called the guinness list of probable sex offenders yes he up rolette your injured amount reported here in that if you're a knell as yet legally tell your neighbors what you've record in england no that there's a map he really you organize the world's biggest spurning on gay marriage you're not invited to our barbecue hour the outlets richie would be in them sadly dan commons what are.

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"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dan commons" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"February 11th more tour dates at either dan commons dot tv or timesuck podcast dot com take it links or at least venue links in the episode description for all the shows i mentioned in a few others i didn't today and you can get that best on the apple the times a gap samorn ounce was the idea the show right now let's get into timesuck sixty seven the last suck of two thousand seventeen einstein trap on those boop soldier were marching down at times time timelines look at eleven thirty a m on friday march 14th eighteen seventy nine albert switchblade einstein is born in the baltimore dumpster a burning baltimore dumpster he crawled out and raised himself starts langen that rock the age of four had his own crew by the aged nine wasn't afraid cut a fool down had slid three throats by the age twelve he pioneered used cars and driveby shootings first men poll trigger and a dry by now here in something you can't understand how i could just kill a man that albert einstein notes not sorry shen liver listen to rage rages machine cyber silk cover while doing this research at eleven thirty a m friday march fourteen dating seventy nine albert einstein born in the city of ulm born in germany to herman einstein herman looks like hermann spouse herman i believe they just threw an extra end in there because germans like to funky up little bit from time to time and and appalling koch and his dad was 32 his mom was twenty one because with eighteen seventy nine wasn't scandalous there are married when dad was twenty nine mom was eighteen which apparently used to be normal now if a guy planning his thirty th birthday party also planning a wedding to a.

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