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Guy Fieri raises over $20 million for struggling restaurant workers

WGN Nightside

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Guy Fieri raises over $20 million for struggling restaurant workers

"You know how many people are how many people are are are are struggling right now it's not so the guy fieri man did something really good twenty million Bucks for struggling restaurant workers that's a great story it's a great store your watch guy fieri I'm not not particularly but I've always found him to be an amusing the muezzin character yeah he something I I'll tell I'll I'll give you that I'm not you know he annoys the hell out of me but this is a really amazing thing he's done I mean good for him and good on him he did introduce me to one of my favorite spots around the loyal area or local area bobbin girl oh sure which there's a couple of locations it's a great restaurant really taste it really really tasty but I never had they they do like Korean styles of the two kimchi no idea what that was until until I tried it simply like spiced pickled yeah Cabot Dr yeah king changed my palate yeah I know I've never really into spicy stuff and then all of a sudden I tried that and so I guess I can give props to guy fieri for that well you know the thing is also I mean obviously raising twenty million dollars for struggling restaurant workers is fantastic at this time and you know I mean his businesses are taking it to but also it's it's a it's amazing the testimonials that you hear from the restaurants or places that he showcases on diners drive ins and dives because I don't I would I would say ninety nine percent of the of the businesses that appear on that show the the the the business goes through the roof I'm you get you people just say it as soon as the this is the episode airs you know within days they're packed like the restaurants are packed so he does a lot of good for the restaurant businesses you know he really does say what you will about his you know his his personality or his persona or whatever the guy's heart's in the right spot I mean it really is you know thank you to every every business that they've ever done a follow up with said that that the you know like as soon as the eyes to the episode aired like their business doubled or tripled which is

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01:37 min | 3 months ago

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"Okay Dr yeah by the way you just can't drive I didn't get a leg cut off but I was just here for an appendectomy to me this poor **** god god I got my own room shot on a bell all yes that's right your lame little pranks and jokes will be a hit with rim shot on a belt but what if you can't say you're in a nudist camp you need rim shot on a happy face is that your naked wife over there getting it on with bill Maher door once I got to your Instagram shot on a belt your brother Tom president Ken it's a joke right Gerry Broome shot both today and will throw in homo says what on a Dickey call one eight hundred that's one eight hundred a bottle and then now we look at the TV screen it's changed drastically we have well we need to vote we were sliding mustache mustache Hey really Willie that's bad **** okay thank you check thank you I love it Willie is ensconced in a looks like a prison cell in in Chicago not a lot of artwork on the wall nope.

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Jeff Moyer on ACL Injury Prevention

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:20 min | 3 months ago

Jeff Moyer on ACL Injury Prevention

"Acl Injury Prevention. What do you think about it? What's What's your take on this vast area that a lot of athletes are being ushered into in ACL prevention programs? I have an interesting. I think a little different background maybe most coaches I used to work at a sports. Medicine Orthopaedic Practice And one of my jobs was the return to play. I was the return to play guy after some got hurt went to saw the Ortho so the PT. So the act than me. And then in the meantime I also ran their ACL prevention program. Which I believe if I remember correctly was a six week program where we saw the athletes. I think twice a week and we start with this baseline jump test and how they land and US take video and then you put it in this program that they set up and it gives you these numbers in these drawings of their values knee collapse and shows you how should he they are and then after six weeks you redo the exact same test and punch it into the program and it shows you. How Great Their Vegas is. And congratulations to certification you prevent an ACL injuries. Lottie da and that was the whole program and every workout was just hodgepodge just weird stuff doing various jumps in the middle of the field on allowed unstable surfaces a lot of closed Agility drills to cones and all this stuff and it was I don't know I was turned off to it then and the doctor. I think could see that because I wasn't doing a very good job of promoting trying to sell it to coaches and stuff and I'm just the type of person if it's not in me I just can't fake it So I yeah. That didn't work out Me Working there very long and hence me down here. Pennsylvania so It's an interesting It's been interesting journey. Starting there And then my work with Dr Yeses and seeing things from a- bio mechanical standpoints With stuff and then getting more into the vision and perceptual side of things with Dr Harrison is really Kinda again changed my view so to speak in and I guess There's three I kinda categorizes three camps that I see that view injuries and Sel's earlier movements People your perception action. There's no true bio mechanic structure Everything's based off perception to the environment to the Oregon from the organism and In task what's going on there are the other type of people that look at Range of motion and used movement screens. And this and that and do everything in closed environments and then Uganda got your strength camp. That is a let's work on the The the E. centric in the isometrics and that will take care of their ability to decelerate and land And for me. It's Kinda I try to use. All the answer's always in the middle so I always try to look at it all When it comes to preventing injuries I don't really start any which way or just Kinda just kinda use all of it You know but what's what's interesting to me that not a lot of people talk about so depending on where you get your statistics from FRAC- Al Injuries. What eighty percent of them are non contact or seventy percent depends on where you get your information but in an interesting study Think in two thousand fourteen on on soccer players. Although those non contact injuries A- player was one to two meters Around that person so it wasn't like this athlete which is running with a soccer ball stepped in a hole and fell toward the knee. Or something. there was a perceptual aspect to the injury. Which I find very interesting and Going further into that study found that defensive players were more likely tear their injury or tore their heels and then often to players so something about defending and the chaotic nature of that so building perception Into OUR REHAB programs are prevention program is huge. Now I also think it's it's crap to say that we have a prevention program in a Rehab Program would ever think it's just all one of the same I look at athletes whether they heard or not kinda put him in the same boat I think a prevention program is just some kind of sales pitch that doctors use to create these programs to make money or that's some organizations use to say hey. We have doctor's approval from this so that gives them some kind of credibility. Sell this bullshit It's just one in the same So might be with working whether it's prevention or to someone who's torn ACL or tender Rehab. Back I really don't. It's it's really not much difference It should be one one thing. One thing only is which is performance and getting better and you know if they're hurt then we got to get them to be able to perform and if they are performing that we gotta make sure that they stay able to perform that's that's really

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The state of play in New Hampshire and beyond

Bob Zadek

10:15 min | 6 months ago

The state of play in New Hampshire and beyond

"Democrats rather have a catastrophic week they began on Monday when the democratic Iowa caucuses turned into a display of shocking incompetence Democrats unlock I stay were unable to tell America who won and who came in second the only certainty was about who is the real loser that was Joe Biden who finished fourth now polls show Bernie Sanders with a comfortable lead in New Hampshire the next day tomorrow coming up next week I am sure it means that Democrats are beginning to panic Bernie Sanders is believed by many of them to be electable party veterans all used to liberal and center left candidates are now beginning to speak out against the socialist Democrat Bernie Sanders by Tuesday evening some Iowa numbers at chuckled and there was a leader but no winner Biden I repeat puts forth with impeachment still technically undecided on Tuesday night Donald Trump entered the house chamber to give his state of the union address the state of our union is stronger than ever before impeachment never came up but what the president did say appealed to the majority of Americans a healthy majority of Americans of all much of what he said will be remembered by those who pay close attention it was Nancy Pelosi who stole the show with a petulant act following trump's words of god bless you and god bless America thank you very much hearing those words a speaker of the house rose tore up the signed print a copy of the speech the president just delivered as she stood out of my sight mine the president but for all of America to see she did it for all the world to see that it was not a good look for the leader of the Democratic Party the morning after the speech I discuss not Nancy moment and much more with Georgia senator David Perdue senator I thought it was historic state of the union speech last night I thought it was historic tantrum by a petulant speaker pelo three what did you think about last night but Dr yeah I agree with you you're a student of history but I I T. I think last night was a historic speech it built on the the successes of his first three years in late at a farm plan for a vision for America the last five minutes that speech I think we're really his story but the Democrats such as close to the Democrats showed exactly why they should be in charge I mean how Petula can you be to not stand up for a child and in grammar school was gonna get a choice to go to school and how about the Tuskegee American hero they would even stand for him it was really insulting for America it was astonishing in many respects the touching Mrs you it does not like long speeches she'd never watched either George W. bush a president Obama but she's military kid so she came in to stand up for the general and for the for military families and for the widow and the son of the lost soldier I could not believe I actually cannot believe senator produ the Nancy Pelosi tore up a speech that honor to Tuskegee airmen and all those other heroes well it just shows their their don't care about the future American I want power and we see it and everything this purely partisan political process I just ran in this impeachment process speech tons about that they don't want the truth they just want power and Schumer talk about it all the time you talk about on your show I mean what they want to do with America is taken and regressed back to what has been proven to fail around the world of the last century really I got to play for you a few quotes about what was said last night this is Chris Matthews on MSNBC Democrat cut forty three Chris Matthews I think he wore I came from the like the speech tonight I think regular people well not with us see the Smalls the corny this still see it but don't like it because it's all good stuff whatever purpose it had and I look at something about I watched closely because I really respect like most Mister I was very the way she held me to win the stand when to apply it was almost a normal almost entirely the tributes to people to individual people she always felt that was the right thing to do especially the one quite out I'm right there one why don't this is van Jones on CNN another hard left person cut number forty four and and the thing about it is and I think that we we got to wake up folks do the whole bubble thing that goes on with the will he said **** nations there for all but you will get him forever that ain't necessarily so and I think what you're gonna see him do is say I you like my rhetoric the look at my results look at my record to black people now this is Jake tapper on CNN cut forty five okay we've never really seen a scholarship given which is what the president did with the with the young girl from Philadelphia we've seen the type of thing where a war hero like the Tuskegee airmen brigadier general McGee we seen that honored and it was a lovely moment to have a one hundred year old does he here's Chris Cuomo on CNN four wheeling poignant moments that came I don't know if you saw them but you should go online and look and I'm gonna talk to you about it more later on the president in that speech tonight celebrated with this country is about from one set of moments are finally Claire McCaskill on your former colleague senator produ on MSNBC cut number fifty of course the flow state tearing up the street I can argue that that maybe wasn't the best idea it you know I think America once everyone to get along and get things done but what you know when I can play a montage of left left left left left and they're all applauding the president you know we had a home run senator produ I'm shocked I mean I really am but what he did was historic I say it again I mean he did mention impeachment once he rose above that he showed great disappoint he showed vision for America but here's the difference American people we built America because everybody out there in the real world view like you and others know how to get results the political partisanship here is not focused on results and president trump is trying to break through that that's why I think he's going to do extremely well this fall at Lana is the home of some great talk radio Neal Bortz had many disagreements over the years but he's a friend we visited with President Bush in the oval one time is phone went off one of the funniest moments I've ever seen a withering look from the president at Neil Sean Hannity had a lot of great years in Atlanta you know Rush Limbaugh personally I say he built the mall in which the rest of us live in I hope you stood in a plot in one rush got that last night I couldn't see last night but it was moving it was emotional every family in America that struggles with cancer saluted him what did you think of that moment well I had dinner with him a few weeks ago in Florida and I was in what would this be to that was a total surprise last night to me I think that homeowners a great American hero he did go out first and blaze a trail to tell the truth and that's what you and many others are doing now and that's what's gonna win today just look at the numbers of conservative talk radio out there and their numbers are going up in the liberal left numbers are going down so I mean I think the middle part of America is leading and showing how California New York Illinois have totally failed their governance and now they want to export that to the federal government I think most people in America see what trump is doing and they certainly recognizes result this present you said on the top he's done more for the Arab American community and in America any other president since Lincoln I think Britt slough editor of the National Review discuss the state of the union while on Chicago's morning answer with Salem stand problem Amy Jacobson that will settle somewhere then people are safe and she's the woman of the hour and she just couldn't find any truth than from say the union address that's why if you threw a tantrum yeah well the whole thing about Nancy Pelosi she's popular supposedly this calm cool calculating presence to his genius is getting under trump skin and she showed her deep irritation last night does incredibly test headed yesterday I think trump said of shook her hand at the beginning I like grace notes but they're ripping up the the speech yeah he should have known this moment was gonna come when she started to impeach shop in the first place that eventually he'd be acquitted or be near quit all and he'd be this majestic setting and she'd have to sit by back there like a prop and behave herself and she and she couldn't handle it they were routine they were rooting against America I mean when they talked about alone unemployment numbers for African Americans and minorities why not stand up and clap for that because they they can't abide anything this president says even when it's things that normally everyone would welcome and that's one thing I think it's it's really notable about the speech the ratio of outrage it caused among the opposition you know on Twitter on cable TV and in the hall and the way most people receive it I think it's a vast you know because I'm sitting there is conservative once the limit limit government event basketball on those sort of things there's almost nothing for me is a very center of speech right planting trees going to Mars you know the research to support extremely premature babies and that was a really moving moment I'm among many from the gallery and so most people that the second strike in this on reasonable as striking as entirely reasonable or welcome so they can deal why did the speaker house can happen rip up the speech this is what we have one listener described trump this way after the St unit rasta Nancy pollicis little snack and I thought this was pretty good he he's like human so the impact the fall he he brings out in people who they truly are in sort of a remarkable way they can't even help themselves and as you're describing Nancy Pelosi this cool calm collected this passionate you know Jeff feel general and but then he throws a temper tantrum and then she doubles down on explaining the temper tantrum in a way that portrayed her as venal and petty in about her where you just said the president give a speech about you in this country and its future and that's not a pretty good contra that's not a very good contrast for the Democrats yeah and it just when when people try and think they're reacting to trump intro and a champion way

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Atlanta Public Schools Could Remove Columbus Day From Calendar

The Movement with Dr. F Keith Slaughter

07:13 min | 6 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools Could Remove Columbus Day From Calendar

"Christopher Columbus day should is still be recognized a specially with our public schools in the studio to talk about it is our superintendent of schools Dr Maria car start and how you doc thanks for having me out on this rainy day I know and you feel about a few words such great are you sign I do not not answer that call you are a real G. I mean it is a crazy outside right now it is tough it's tough on our school buses there's a lot of flooding a lot of bus stops that kids can't walk through this is a tough day for and win a public schools yeah yeah and we hope everybody safe yes yes we're working on that and so far we're doing well but but we yes we need to keep a close eye on it all day long let's talk about Christopher Columbus day yes okay obviously a sham hi everybody knows he that did not discover America people already here we still celebrated is history it is interesting to me that it takes this long to get rid of a lot but there's a proposal let's talk about this proposal and some students are behind it as well to change this to indigenous peoples day yes so for a lot of people and for far longer than Atlanta public schools been talking about it Columbus day symbolizes for them more of the violence associated with western colonization and there been many cases made in different states they're actually a thing for five states that have move statewide route to recognize the day and to rename it and the it just so happens that on October twelfth indigenous peoples day is the same day as Columbus day and I think that our discussion at least for Lana public schools has been more about you know how is it that you know good or bad right or wrong as people fall in our global national and state and local history how do you learn about people but don't cross the line of continuing to celebrate them and that has been the I think the direction that we believe is the right direction and we were fortunate that on Monday night at that proposal our board did indicate at least on first read that they do want to consider that it would be willing to vote on that in its next meeting so it's a bigger discussion around the school calendar we want to make some other changes for the beginning of next school year and then more significant changes for twenty one twenty two school year but this is one that is a little different to school start time or break time this one is I think touching on an issue that many people of color and many people who care about social justice regardless of race I want to see more traction in us being a little more responsible when it comes to looking at our history and be more inclusive about how how we recognize that history and our school work even in the narrative the narrative of Christopher Columbus which by the way is a federal holiday the narrative clearly shows he did not find America because the narrative of his discovery and I'm using air quotes is that he found native Americans he found native people right here and the push is how he treated his him and his crew how they treated the natives of this country in order to seize it basically arm do you are you finding any push back up no as a matter of fact I think that that this is a time in our country where people are being very reflective about our history and then the history that we're making today and and a and a lot of people have you know weighed in on our school calendars in general we typically have about eleven thousand I'm responses when we do our outreach to our unity yeah and that is significant for us and we that's grown over the last several years but we anticipate that we'll hear me feedback from the community we're grateful to be able to be on your show today so we can encourage people went to if you supported let us know if you don't let us know but it is something that we feel pretty strongly about and I think there will be other opportunities in the future to look at you know other moments in time whether it's in a school calendar or in in what we teach in school and how we teach it that would be a game changer for future generations so this is one you know one step but I think this is a big step for Atlanta public schools and like I said I mean I I I think there's only four states that that that don't celebrate indigenous peoples day and and everyone else is seems to understand the importance of at least telling the whole story writer history and and we're district that believes a social emotional learning inclusiveness behaviors with staff and students and this is one one step that we can take to further exemplify what we mean by caring about all people and when all people to feel respected in our schools when is the vote when is the next board meeting yeah so the next board meeting is the first Monday in March and so I will be talking to the board again about it and bringing them any feedback that we received of again like I said we'll be talking about the the twenty one twenty two school calendar as well but you know but this would be the place where that change for indigenous peoples day would take place from that vote moving into the future in perpetuity okay and students will still be off that day but the calendar name would actually change correct Dr yes looking forward to that vote and I think this is this is a win win yeah and you know and and I think you know it that night we also had students who came to public comment and talked about school names yeah as well I was so there is at least in the conversation in Atlanta others who are thinking about what what do we symbolize when we allow names that are associated with some of the more yet I think you know insensitive parts of our history to be celebrated I'm even on our school buildings and so that I think will be another anticipated shift for Atlanta public schools at having those conversations will be we have a policy that drives those but but I think that the student body in particular is definitely over the last couple years have been kind of organ Ising around wanting to see us look at some of the school building name Sir there aren't very many but but for the ones that are still being celebrated they want us to rethink

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Patent reveals new Nintendo Switch Joy-Con add-on with built-in stylus

Nintendo Voice Chat

05:24 min | 7 months ago

Patent reveals new Nintendo Switch Joy-Con add-on with built-in stylus

"There's not a whole a lot of news but I think the most interesting thing that I read about this week was Nintendo switch. Patent has been revealed and it's a touch pen attachment for joy cots and this patent was is filed in June and we just now learned of it and it detaches the joy con kind of like where you attach the wrist hose. I don't know I lost my. I don't even know what they're called. They just like don't exist wrist bits. Bits ropes yeah. There's a a nub on the end that acts as a stylist it list and it will interact when you're pressing a button or somewhat so they show a picture and you're using the stylus if you press the button the line that you're drawing we'll get thicker and it also has rumble functionality. I kinda dig that. Yeah I did see a picture of that and it seems like an obnoxiously. Large thing the US on a small touch screen. Yeah because you have to hold the entire on holding it like a child holds a Crayon Shin. Yeah that's how I will make Krantz normally find for me. I think grip on it. I'm drowning this I could this mean. Ds Ports Maybe DS support. Sounds like you wouldn't. You wouldn't need like that. You wouldn't need the button functionality. If you're talking to the sports I need a stylus. Yes sorta thing this. Maybe they're cooking up something different but couldn't sell you a new thing if they did that true. That's true that's fair. Some people are saying that it might be to. It might come out with the switch pro. I personally don't think they would be. It's just appropriate right. It's just come out for it. Also I mean who's who's using the switch to do art. You know what I mean like I. I guess you're doing a lot. More recently are using an IPAD. Do that are you just using. I switch off between his sketchbook an an ipod with a pencil. Yeah which is an equally pen wants to do. It's an equally stupidly cumbersome design like to sink it at first you have to plug it into your bottom of your ipad that looks like caveman nonsense. Yeah there's definitely good ways to do it. I mean I didn't controller like you plug it into the back of your switch rich. I've never done that before so I have no idea what I've seen you do that. And to be fair maybe maybe more people will do art with their switch if ah I love the drying mechanisms on the DS. I used to play with that a ton when I was a kid. It's so maybe they would just come up with a few like APPs just tross tough and share very quickly quickly become become R. R. rated and seen not even tired of like Jack box on like awful or awesome the bring back you draw the Pearl tanked t h q Completely cut. Yeah touched I. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean that. That's the biggest like that's the biggest thing right. It's like give me all those warrior games that need a stylus. Yeah I'd I'd love to see any of those on switch I think Brian hit the nail on the head when he said Ds sports but like Thomas saying like while the extra functionality. I mean I guess just because you can. There's like an A. R. Art Censor in one of the joy con that never gets used either right like Nintendo likes making these things that are really technically cool and then just kind of. Don't get used a lot when they used. They're used in very interesting ways. Right we'll censor is really nice for take a look at what they did with cardboard. Yeah I was GONNA say like last year alone loan they did ring fit and they did. VR and everything with law before that it was sort of just like I had no idea that the controls could even do that. They're like put tape on cardboard and all of a sudden. You're you're a wizard and I'm like on Earth. Yeah they figure out someone's never read a Harry Potter. Thank God I think the biggest takeaway. Hey from that at least from kind of what has been talking about is like probably. This isn't the thing we can totally figure out just from a patent they're going to if this is does have as much functionality as we think it is they're probably GONNA announce it the game something that kind of goes hand in hand with it because you patent something doesn't necessarily mean you put it into production or use you know what I mean like. They might secure that patent just to beat somebody else to the punch writing just like to corner that market like hey. We're we might do something with this thing down the line and we want to have this on board just in case we ever think I use for something like they have a long Nintendo has a long history of like two strong's weird alien boys sitting in front of like bizarre televisions interacting with controllers controllers in ways that never actually material. And they're like hey working on this thing that cuts your TV in half using your hands and you're like what does that drawing and we spent like a whole NBC episode being like. What what is it? That never happens. Sort of like that weird over that that finger pulse sensor thing that they showed it on year Vitality sense by speaking of deep cuts. No I mean I know but you know I it was. It was like a thing that they check your pulse. Dr Yeah Yeah. An antenna was going to at the IRS sensor can do that yeah which is weird because they have implemented that in ring fit. Yeah at one point during also take your temperature once John Sean. No wait seriously you have to use it so anyway. Switch might beginning stylist. Maybe we'll get. That's not a

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02:43 min | 10 months ago

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Meet The Credit Card Obsessives Who Travel The World On Points

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:40 min | 11 months ago

Meet The Credit Card Obsessives Who Travel The World On Points

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply now we have a story of people who are in credit card points as though it were a game they go for sign up bonuses and point multipliers and balance transfers but it turns out you can lose the credit card points game to here's Dr Yes roffe on it's seven o'clock on Tuesday night and in a crowded Bar in downtown Brooklyn on twenty or so people have gathered to sip Craft Beers Niblett appetizers men talk about credit cards. I've taken out over forty six credit cards writes in five years and earn two point six million Miles Justin sign up bonuses. Janus Lynch is irregular at the reach for the Miles Mita. It's a gathering of travel hackers. There's an deal optimize. IRS will meet once a month to trade strategies for maximising credit card rewards for her. Earning points is a kind of sport. I just came back this morning. From Easter. Island Lhasa Got Twenty Six thousand points from that plus because American Airlines was late for flight big any another seventy five hundred points nights so I'm not sure where I came out but I think I may have been paid to go to Easter Island. Uruguay and Lynch isn't alone nearly ninety percent of all the money spent on credit it cards last year was on rewards cards and as points have become more popular so to have websites like million mile secrets and the points guy which helped consumers game the point system meanwhile card issuers have been pushing more and more generous rewards all in an effort to entice customers to borrow and spend more but for people like Janus Lintz. It's just one more way to beat the credit card companies at their own game so I even make money paying taxes. I made quite a few thous in capital gains taxes. I spoke with one person who opened a credit card and immediately bought three thousand dollars worth of Amazon Gift Cards. Just has to qualify for the sign up bonus another person filled up there garage with blenders to take advantage of a promotion offering extra points on appliances one dad he even even try to enroll his newborn in a frequent flyer program only to be told that you have to be at least two years old to start earning miles and of course the ultimate badge of honor among this crowd is the outlandish travel story like the guy who flew first class to Dubai for less than twenty dollars and then there's Stephen Kozelsk Hausky. He used his points to visit every single country on earth before he turned forty the last one on his list Syria on one day notice I was was able to be on a plane to Beirut in Damascus by nightfall points can open the door to extraordinary experiences if you have the time and the discipline but one survey found that nearly sixty percent of the people who have rewards cards don't pay off their balances each month. They're so focused on the rewards aspect of it that got a lot of time. I think they just look past the potential downside. Ron Struggle is a certified financial planner. He sees clients. Come in all the time excited about all the points they're going to get with their new credit credit card. Believe him pull that card out and they should to me. You know like they're bragging about it but many of those same clients wound up racking up charges incentivized by that little little hit of dopamine they get each time they earn a point. That's what happened to jd Malone. He and his wife got sucked into a rewards program a few years ago after opening a Costco cashback card it changed the way we spent money from shopping for a brand new college and I mean one of the things that we talked about that was all hey if we buy this two thousand dollars couch yeah. That's that's Nice but if we buy this three thousand dollar couch we're going to get more cash back for that so we might as well by the three thousand thousand couch when they got their year end statement they found that they charge more than forty thousand dollars on that card and for all that they got about six hundred cashback it was painful. I mean to be honest. It was it was sickening. We were like this. This has to change. Jd and his wife enrolled in

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Yeah. the robber from Long Beach good morning the morning hi Dwight Howard give it to me in a in a guilty. from the. when he was. it was clear what's the best. yeah. Dr yeah. he just walked right out. it just left. then. now. he can prove your. one. only because what. great. we're not breaking our bags to bring him back we're not doing that we give them a non guaranteed contract which means you've got. we just cut him. this is just like in. we went out hi mail we appreciate I'm I'm standing up all my guy do why our I really think he deserves a second chance and I'd be the old fool everybody wrong even if it is the up hill battle he got put in some work but I like I always. all right that date. Michael from Monrovia do I our innocent or guilty like our. it was long if he does what he needs to do that. hopefully changes that need our our. he is in the hands of the good now because I feel like my man my goes by we like myself he's been a situation where he needed a second chance I you you ever messed up so big it is somebody looked out for you that you know well but he is a good thing. but you know you. and the guy with the big on games go into a Lakers but you know I've been living in. yeah well then words of the great poet katt Williams don't worry I'll wait. there we go thank you for your call Michael Gavin is do why our innocent or guilty. guilty. call the order all times he blew it. now my client when I'm talking about the same. you'll be gone by. you have to play with lebron James this is a a great second chance and we just want to see what he could do hold is better than lebron. your honor yeah I'm a call we would even that one of Congress. that will be for a look. it's a great couple more cats yeah that's right. yeah you don't own theories about it but you're on it you got yes I do all on switch is. percent say he's guilty really and on the phone lines they said he was killed so you're going to say what's on a project and I'm Stephanie and I'm all the rules about it every day. as much as I. of course you did hello the Lakers more than anything yeah I want the Lakers to be on time in it the softball. you should. but I want to white to get its act right NET can help was wondering you know what the right thing the exact meaning to rhyme but that's what a lot of time. I think you are. thank you very much it's happening and yeah it's going down in a beta ask you both yeah yeah we we only got their weekly each and every week I miss the high school see baby seven thirty you know saying special gas coming through E. man out there just to have breaks yeah you make it showed the he I've seen them up it wouldn't matter I'm a one shot yeah they really need that he's he's like that he's like the the boss when the boss gets divided by use of the way and what does it go straight out of even a bench.

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Michael Brown's father demands case re-opening 5 years after fatal shooting

Mason & Ireland

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Michael Brown's father demands case re-opening 5 years after fatal shooting

"You missed out a medieval times john. I was the night before bowling right and then you were the night after medieval times and what i hear you made the apps you're like who is it lauren hill that does concerts and shows up an hour and a half late and sings for ten thousand leaves that was you i was there on time then i was like kaiser soza and you're gone which isn't a bad move but they did get one very good picture of you in a what looks depite dr yeah medieval garb and they actually gave me a mace <hes> so venice mason amazed by the way big question today. Is this straight edge mace or or is this venice mace girl in the straight edge. The guy in the back is yelling. Venice mace which basically is is whether or not mason shows up stoned but i think you had to drive straight edge medicines straight edge mace someday. I'll do a show where orig- venice mace and everybody will invite be invited to see exactly how stupid i am actually make the show better yeah hey so. Are you gonna watch the ram game tomorrow night yeah. I'm gonna watch what are you watching for. The rams are are not gonna play any of the starter correct so what your but your big ram fan yep like. I said i watch most of the charger game last night. Actually the chargers looked okay. They lost but they played a lot of backups so the rams are gonna play nothing but back right. What are you watching four. What are you interested in well number. One is <hes> darryl henderson the running back out of memphis who's going to get <hes> reps tomorrow night and who i think because gonna figure into the offense this year in a little background on him. He averaged almost seven yards of touch right at memphis and he's the person i've heard him. Most compared to is darren sprains. He's a very fast third down back who can both run and catch yeah so i wanna see what he looks like because i think with the rams a ah given how todd girlies knee is sort of a question mark. I like malcolm brown. A lot and i want to see what darrell henderson's got in the secondary. I'm looking for taylor rap wrap. Who i think is gonna play tomorrow night. Taylor app is a safety who is gonna be eric. Wells backed up and it's going to see i think significant time this year so i wanna see taylor rap out of washington and then i wanna see actually i'm kind of curious. See blake bortles yeah. I wonder how much he's going to play but that is an upgrade jeered garbage upgrade. Your golf for a young guy has not missed much time once he was given that starting job. I don't think he's mr mr start yet and the amount of time sean manion played as goths backup or very limited but blake bortles is a series blake bortles a former top five picking the n._f._l. Ralph experience right and so i think by the way who's the third string quarterback brandon allen so he's gonna play tonight yeah tomorrow night but i'm expecting to see bortles last year. Manion played a lot it preseason and <music>. I'm expecting to see bortles so bortles henderson. Who is the texas am receiver lesser. Josh miranda reynolds he could play you know a lot of people think that josh josh reynolds is is going to be an impact either share. They've got really four receivers to go to they've got robber woods and obviously brandin cooks and cooper cup and josh reynolds is going to be a guy who figures into the offense.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Dr. Yeah. Want to thank you for taking my call. That you do for the American people. Though. Yeah. With calling because her go a guy your urine, you're call illegal immigration workers working out here 'cause I contract to myself and do the problem. I mean, here's a big problem. And and not just on overpopulation, just on you know, they chose real cheap to do their work and they without work. We have to pay taxes workers. Liability. And all this other stuff is just real hard for us to, you know, get some jobs out here. So you're you're in the construction industry. Right. And what is the percentage? What would you say way you are in California of contract? Is it a completely by the book like you are and those using illegal aliens guess oh God. God. I say more than fifty percent do stuff Roach, east, not licensed and bonded. I go in and to give me numbers that are like fifty percent cheaper. And and and I are the license and then old couple or not. And then the going with the guy that that that delete on the doing business illegitimate time. I I I used to work with them before before here. And and I used to work with the legal all the time. Legitimately and I had to go through the books. And and I realize that it is now, you know, now things Jim. Just for fun. You'll concerned the answer is what immigration reform and building the wall. Jose. Oh, man. Yeah. Build a wall and just get strict. Here's just insane. It's insane. How we know. They they're so compassionate for them. You understand some people? You know, they need money that they come here for money and whatnot, but laws are logged. No matter what you know. And we're not falling screen the taxpayers. We have to paying for this craft forty of year of my income. That's not fair people get money, and they don't pay anything. News, lows says Jose and who gets who gets to pay for it. We do American the American taxpayers. You're absolutely right. Jose stay on the line. You got a signed copy of my book. Why we find a fitting America's enemies with no policies. Stay safe out. There. Sounds like you on the road going to next contract. Yeah. We have to fix it. It is so broken. We we have to fix it. Not just financially because it is the right thing to do in all forms national security human crisis, protecting the most vulnerable also legal immigrants so this country than the ones almost negatively affected. Yeah. Number here. Eight three three three three golca. Joe? Okay. That's eight three three three three four six seven five two Bank. Joe calls in a second. But while you're there do right down this as well relief factor dot com. Is there any activity that you can no longer partaking because it causes you daily discomfit? Pain. If if there is whatever it is just walking downstairs playing golf hiking..

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"You know, like guys what he did was terrible. And kind of like how you know we kind of make them these kind of like characters he's kind of weird fucked up folk heroes. But then when you look back on it that's been going on for like ever. Yes. You know what I mean? And it's like in a world where like a perfect world. You would never know who Ted Bundy was you just know who is victims were you would just be like these very nice people are no longer with us because of this some asshole. Right. You know what I mean? But for some reason, we is like a collective culture. Like, I wanna know about that asshole. I want to you know, what I mean? And it's fucking weird. I don't know what it is. But that's is that I remember HBO used to have a show in the nineties. But it was like an autopsy show. Oh, yeah. It was doctor doctor bainer. Yeah. That guy was he he was like a know. It all autopsy Dr. Yeah. He's eating swagger. Yeah. He's like the maggots. I know a lot about maggots. I can tell you that like go on and on about like just kind of riffing on like, it was the you could tell the filmmakers. Relate the first captive audience. He had ever had in his life. Without someone going. I don't wanna hear about what you do. This whole life. And now, it's like, oh, these people haven't stopped me at insane than they did like ten ten ten of those tell us more about the skin under the figure fingernails, Dr baiter. And he's like you wanna hear about this most excuse themselves and don't come back. But I love that show so much. They didn't they really didn't have that many of them anytime. It was on. I was into it. Yeah. Then the high. Nice man, chronicles and other one that guy. Well, I'm a little older than you. I grew up Quincy was oh, yes. Show about a coroner slash. I don't even know. Kind of detective. But he's been leading detective Jack Klugman. Is kind of amazing that happened? I love that stuff. It was his follow up to the. I'd couple whose like what's next Jack Klugman? He's like a coroner. I wanna play coroner Tony Randall, I would've played well, I'm gonna Tony's going to do it. I'm going to do. It was just berating everybody. Yeah. I never I never saw Quincy. But I I don't know. It's TV. I watched a lot of I was just saying I watched a lot of movies growing up in watch. On TV. But now, it's so weird. 'cause I'll watch like a true crime thing. I'll feel like kind of creep in like my dad. My sister will come visit me and they both separately. It will be watching true crime shit. And I'm like, okay. Some the aperture for this is we were just ended this my sister. Miami's like I am almond dad had tons of lake the JFK, you know, books. Yeah. Those the super cheap like true crime books, you know, with like tons of pitchers in the middle. Like an inordinate amount of pitcher blacked out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Redacted and stuff. And I was like, oh, yeah. I think it just it's like a weird fascination when people people have asked me about you because they know we know each other a little bit after buried took off. And they were like, did you think hater could do that? And I was like, yeah. He's like super nerdy about movies and not surprised at all that that berry came out of his head. Oh, good. Well, yeah. I saw you the last time I saw he was at south by like, and I've seen the first to us. I guess that was really sweet, you weren't sure. At that point that you are the very very very first screen berry like audience that never seen it before. And I don't really drink. Alec berg. And I got completely trashed out in the lobby when it started because I don't really drink. And they just kept giving me like it's like Austin? So it's like this is like, right. You know, the octopus blogger octopus tree that we have. Oh, okay now, and it's like the blogger that has its own band of the San Antonio..

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Music. He has he has a degrees classically trained Dr. Yeah, he's the conductor as well. Spend to the Philharmonia, really. I was December bend the philharmonic. She goes everywhere. He's classy she gets around. All right. Very good. We're live on KFI AM six hundred Tinder dates. When was the last time, you got two thousand dollars just for sending a text message. Your next chance to win is coming up tomorrow morning at five twenty. K F Tomasz Angeles, Orange County radio station. Paying their dues. I'm Erin bender live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Teacher at Puerto ranch. Community school has accused the school district and teacher's union of illegally deducting union dues from her paychecks. Irene Sieger authorized collection of dues last April. As a condition of her employment, two months before the supreme court banned forced collection of such dues cigars rep. Mark mix told the John and Ken show, his clients been trying to leave the union for months thirty plus year kindergarten teacher she worked during the strike this last week, and she doesn't appreciate what the union does. And how they do it. And she can after ties your rights under the first amendment of the constitution and the union just won't let her deal seekers lawsuit was filed yesterday and she wants class action status. A state Senator is trying to keep some young LGBT people off the sex offender registry right now, someone who does the deed with an underage teen in a straight relationship is not on the sex offender list, but gay sex. The same situation makes someone an offender this is fundamentally about ending discrimination against young LGBT. People state Senator Scott Wieder says the sex offender, registration should focus on people who are victimizing others eighteen year old having sex with a seventeen year old boyfriend when it's consensual. She's not a risk any kind of sex with an underage person is still a crime. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news dorms have helped boost the state's water supply all the rain in just the last three weeks is added nearly six hundred billion gallons of water to California's reservoirs. It's a nice uptick from the beginning of the water year, October November and pretty much Dr Chris Orrick with the state's department of water resources says people shouldn't get complacent California continues to see more and more droughts with less time in between each drought. So what are we doing to conserve our water and make conservation a way of life right now? The statewide Sierra Nevada snowpack which provides about a third of California's water is one hundred fourteen. Percent of normal. Monica Rix, KFI news, Orange County has surveyed more than fifteen hundred homeless people in the first part of a national campaign to count all people living on the streets. It was still dark when ninety teams of volunteers across thirty four cities started knocking on RV's tapping tints and nudging blankets doing.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Style. We had a discussion last week about whether or not used copy axe drags a whole beans roasted beans or something like that. Yeah, yeah. Had what do you use? We eat whole being so it's they're, they're usually pretty freshly roasted. So whatever every time we brew providence almost every time we use the different by different coffee roast. Okay. So it comes from different place in the country. We use whatever five and hook. Is Rosie at the moment. And we put that in after the brewers beer are after the beer is brewed and it's almost like dry at the end. So there's action. No caffeine and driving. Yeah, Dr. Yeah, we drive. There's no caffeine and you basically get a lot of that coffee flavor without any of that bitterness or citizen. Since. And I think I think. Well, with a milk stout because you got. You know that whole food toasting on another big thing off, but nevertheless, it's pretty good whilst we've been chanted and I decided that I needed to move on without a break to annex so I'm heading actually a little bit further west to an extra Tova fest beer which comes from the fine folks of Sierra Nevada, and they have produced one cooled October fest. Why don't people come up with a great name. I guess what's on there, right. Well, you're, you know, this is the will aberration beer always talk about this collaboration with wine, Stephan. Okay. That's stiffened. Okay. So this has to be blind. Vice w was pronounced like a. Yeah, it's actually DS. I have no writer, right? I had problems with that. Same as that probably her behind was ROY scribble. Reinheid. Skip. I guess I'm just, you know, just, you know, he I eat my good five. Anyway, this pulls out. So very nice. This one comes in a in a twelve ounce bottle. The the couple came in cans. I have to say this one is quite light too. So did you get pitches? Kiko, man. All right. Let's go to to all I this one. By the way, I should say the hate is dissipated quickly why that is because it's out of the mobile. I, this one is definitely not a sweet as the bells or the Odell sweet and get more dry. I like this one a lot. It's. If I were to drink this, I think I'd rather long drinking. Yeah. If I've heard triggered in large quantities, I think I'd rather drinks on the just because it's not quite a sweet Saddam's. I like that. I like, that's we, but I'll just wanna why it's a, it's killer. Oh, yeah. I I'd say it's very light. It doesn't have any any backbone to it and that that to me run and end up flavors count, lighten sweet to and it said even profiling too, doesn't it? The sweetness lingers, I still tasting right now, and that's not the way exposed to be for the German beer. I, this is the first one that I've actually go. Well, go a rumor of the task. But this one, I'm getting a very nice aroma but very sweet ROY. John. I guess it seems like. It seems like a collaboration aby. It seems like a almost like a corporate kind of appeared to me to that meeting certain. I have to agree with John Addison. I am not impressed with this. Wow. No seem so mainstream scary. I don't dislike it. I think it's very drinkable would not if it was the only beer there or if if if all the other choices were Miller lite Budweiser. Definitely drink it. Yeah, I just knowing the good products actually great products that Sierra Nevada puts out this is I hate to say a little disappointing to me. Wow. I would say that maybe why Stephens contribution was possibly they east that the use this beer lager like, I don't know that for. I'm I'm glad glad you you said. said that it's the first thing I thought when I took it during this, I thought this doesn't taste like an octopus to taste like a ladder. If I really done my homework and I must have, I didn't on this show. I usually do. I would have known it was a collaboration, and I do have a bottle of white white. What is it again? Vanished Mayans. Thank you. Why can't they get. The fence be cook compared it right. I can tell you is tell you the ingredients because they, they list them off it..

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Changes coming for Google Android Podcast users

Spreaker Live Show with Rob Greenlee

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Changes coming for Google Android Podcast users

"A podcast movement eighteen s rob i need a new speaker t shirt so yes there will be a new speaker tshirt at podcast movement so that's that's coming i tend to agree with you doug that kind of falls along with what j d was you know was mentioning too but the main agenda really is to capture the mark share that android is deserving here in in getting on the part of podcast listeners i mean they've been way behind the eight ball behind apple on this for many years and it's time for them to take their share that's sitting i think right in front of them they just need to create something that will engage their their android users to connect with podcasts it's really that simple i think most people are you know a chance but the launch supposed lunch was this lackluster yeah yeah it's been a slow slow evolution for this thing that's for sure and the whole do evil thing i don't see any indications that there that google is doing anything evil with podcasting that may be something that's coming in the future i don't know if we just don't know yet i'm just letting jinadu yeah i'm just curious what their terms of service are going to be when because they have i'm not the only one but they have podcasters who were on youtube they banned so how is that going to work are they going allow his a podcast but on video with just on i don't know how that works it's an interesting question you know how how podcasting in google play is going to blend in with us and on youtube so if you think about google got like three puck casts distribution platforms that are out there right now so it's it's a little bit of a complex conversation to talk about those guys in this medium and and unfortunately none of the three are really substantial google have different platforms and not get any of them right conversation dr yeah exactly any well they're all doing something trying to do something different right and that's part of the problem they didn't really understand the medium obviously youtube is focused on video on audio so that's why that one's off the mark in the google play was just too limited to begin with i mean it was just us and canada or this new initiative google podcasts is a global thing so i'm right out of the gate that's that's reaching more more potential users doug thanks for the comment and i it sounds like i'm going to see you in podcast movement it sounds like so thanks for the comment appreciate it linda irwin also wrote a bunch of stuff off last week show she says you are calming and not bias at all or bla blase blase at all okay well thank you linda i appreciate that and so two funny alex your newest app google play blocker ll get that joke yeah like i'm going to because i'm trying to block them from having my podcast on which by the way i should mention it very easy to do you just go to google play and log into your google account and you can just remove it and says it takes like whatever certain amount of time and she also wrote i will stick with the spreaker android tablet account works great or not account but app so there is a speaker podcast radio app for android.

Portugal, Marijuana and Canada discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Portugal, Marijuana and Canada discussed on Inside Europe

"Portugal's parliament has just approved a bill to legalize marijuana based medicines but it's trailing behind e you countries such as italy and germany as well as canada and parts of the united states on medical marijuana dr garrett mcgovern is a member of a group of medical addiction experts who aim to promote sensible drug policies he's director of the priority medical clinic a private addiction treatment program in dublin ireland hello dr yeah well at the moment most people who use kind of a space padras probably used them illicitly.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"The burning them up for the lord jesus christ you plan just runs a ministry church outside new orleans in video posted to his website last week espn followers for funding the aircraft we're believe in god by brand new falcon seven x so we go anywhere in the world duplantis is not the first minister to preach the gospel accredit flight by this past january another televangelist kenneth copeland announced the blessing of a goal stream five the prosperity gospel which many of these ministers are preaching is simply not the gospel of jesus christ jim wallace is the founder of a prominent christian community the gospel of prosperity is a biblical heresy and these to be named as and those who preach it name need to be named cref low dollar jesse duplantis kenneth copeland who's your boy and out there that had serious illness it's better thank god but michael michael freeman fred price that was our pastor toddler gosawx of prosperity we can we can we can try to run away from it but that's what put him on the match but the the key thing is notice with jesse said of jesus were here today he would not be riding around in the donkey will no he wouldn't because nobody is that's not the form of transportation jesus the motivation here is jesus would most likely if he lived here in sherman oaks california studio city and he had to go preach and long beach to teach in long beach he probably would have car that he would either drive and it wouldn't necessarily be a limousine it might just be something that could get him from point a to point b he probably lord would've taken dr yeah well something less than a limited without a doubt but driver which would be nothing wrong of opulence no now what what we're going to hear next what we're going to hear he had to ride and phantom because that's the best conroe closer than everybody else a prosperity preacher a double you know he's gonna be riding in the best in fact the best dressed where the best drive the best living the best remember that he i remember that very well i'm going to if we have time at the end of the broadcast i'm gonna totally obliterate the whole prosperity gospel but i i want us to hear different excerpts from different stations because they all bring out something different let's here i think.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well i mean nasty dr yeah but there was that dry period between three and six makino what i never understood i thought in the old days when i would watch the olympics that they weren't supposed to hit the thing that's because let me translate from paula what she means is that now when you watch someone like yourself you're you're actually running over the poll game the game knocking it over as you pass it get their manali thank you but in the old day explaining but but old days it seems like you weren't allowed to touch it see in the old days it was bamboo and so it really hurt oh and people still tried and they got bruises and now they're plastic and they had these i don't know it falls over when you hit it but you still get bruises so the whole point of the score is not about hitting the gates it's about skiing down as fast as possible so why not use like colored snow because then you just i don't know actually i wanted to i mean because i've watched a lot of ski racing and it seemed so intense when you're up there at the top of the mountain there's always that moment the cameras right on you what are you thinking as you're about to are you thinking what i would think which is are you real time than thinking him going to die wow pretty confident because it's been ski racing for a while so i'm confident but every now and then there's a moment where you like this is i'm freezing i'm wearing a spandex suit so i'm pretty much naked i have this really ugly helmet on painting it to make it look pretty but everybody knows home it's not wait a minute are you telling me you're up there like at the olympics with literally the eyes of the world on you and you're getting ready to ski for olympic gold and you're thinking to yourself this helmet does not flatter me is that what held you back ages.

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Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson won't be suspended for hit

Pardon My Take

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson won't be suspended for hit

"Yeah the puck can never been in the net so we're good honestly on that one science will back up that was not a goal that was a great call by the presence of mind to to use the pair lacks fact in the mid oh of game that's you can't read that stuff and then so as caps fan i know a lot of people out there saying tom wilson is maybe the biggest comeback in the world taking headshots dirty play he deserves to be suspended he's an asshole but is a cast fan i'm not saying that i'm saying clean hit i think it was pretty clean hit two so he was skating behind the guy right it was do most do most into the show so if you're listening to this well he's probably not because probably in a cellar so you're gonna say yourself in mike leeches equipment shea but so do skating and then wilson was behind him and do just hit the brakes and almost through his head into wilson shores yup so actually jim hilty on dr yeah i if i'm through your head around like right if i'm the player safety representative i'm looking at maybe suspending for game i'd agree all right so we cleared that up feels good i mean yeah ray more at home for four to one i didn't also skated boys shot him we out hit him i didn't realize 'til today to that we have home ice some ex thursday even more painful sucks because we you know we lost homeice.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"You waves crash dr yes april nineteen seventeen seventy five is also an important anniversary date but i wanna fast forward to april nineteenth nineteen ninetyfive the alfred p murrah building in oklahoma city was just north of the us federal district courthouse in downtown oklahoma city it on april nineteenth nineteen ninety five i was in san diego california preparing to deliver a speech at a conference at a marriott hotel in san diego and i woke up that morning and i went downstairs to have breakfast and there were these television monitors on and i remember seeing something about you know explosion in oklahoma city and having lived in oklahoma city for part of my life actually edmund north of their gone to gun law school in oklahoma city i stopped wanted to see what was going on and i also had a my sisterinlaw still works downtown and she worked not far from what they then at the time believed to have been an explosion at the irs building at the you know the very first reports are always incorrect and the first report about oklahoma city was wrong and so i tried to call joey but i couldn't get through because obviously the mobile phones weren't working blinds were crashing nobody could get through until i went back to my hotel room waiting for the time to go to the ballroom to speak and kept watching i remember thinking that there was a time where as a young lawyer where every penny counted and you counted all your expenses and your overhead and you were very tight with your money i knew that i could park in the basement of the murrah building because there was a tunnel between the murrow building and the federal district court just to the south of it so i knew or these two they're like two to four parking spots as i recall that were free to our spots kind of down in the basement of the building and i'd always go grab one of those if i had to be in federal court that morning i always go grab one of those spots before anybody else did because i also knew that i could park there most of the day if i had a trial or hearing or something and i wasn't going to get a ticket or towed can i have a sunday school teacher the taught in the worked in the building the department of agriculture.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Law and then he breed like like a couple of these boys come in with like a like a rusty lie like a like a rusty like container from a fright what is this the donald royal drive creek it open and it's like a weed robbery boats to hand it just like her a good with that way now little guilty must promised me if anyone ever says that you can't do anything you put your mind to you kill them kill them immediately without remorse incredible writes it warned halford be fair but he's very good at this very obvious is the point yes i'm i guess mind the comply is i could have saved a lot more of him yet you know as the naturally union at night villanova bathing and let struggling in buck you're the later of the the gorillas gorilla dr yes i really enjoyed yes i didn't think that would be a character of note going into this movie essay in the trailer and yet go into the hov him but he's a low is also a lot of fun and terrifying in yemen saw yet which i really enjoy l i who else do we get iter kenya kolui as some uh the the border tried guy yes i like him he's goods always good yup nicosia his lob interests the pit in young as good yet amman framing is good this s marmots i'm like does even really didn't need to be in this film look he needs to be there and he needs to be uh he needs to be helpful when it's requiest that i may yet out a life of their right exactly that's what i mean i think they could have done a particular now you know what it's jeffries because he has a bit of an action sequence yes it's kind of pointless or thought pointless it serves appoints silly point for the sort but it's not that engaging era site you'd they probably could've done something more exciting like it what about chadwick boesman as the black panther who with no mentioned pace it's a may when i see him in an interview it's we'd hearing him talking his american accent era most of all i thought it was british spent right.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Celebrate with are the old is new again we look at where america's pop culture torture but we have fun paying homage to the pass and celebrating the past and and and look at the past as the foundation to what weren't enjoying and entertainment today do you see some of what you've done in performing the seventh dr and in what they're doing today in the on new incarnation of dr yes i eat i have an also people have told me as well you know they've said wow that's you know that mattis and it seems take bits of you and yeah he he kind of a mixture of of of people have told me this and others have said so obviously as he's had an effect i'd also is quite natural because they peel young church guys that were and girls that will watching my doctor then grew up to be working and running doctor who so it was my friends who is in there as well as collins and you know and and and pizzas were all over ince's were of their key coming out in the writing and creativity of the the creative teams that make dr who now speaking of being influenced with others the youth you did participate in favor of mine in 1979 dracula movie with if you yes exactly in in donald pleasant so the question is did you bring or take anything from your experience with these older gentleman at the time to to your craft to helping you develop your crafted at all well is gonna wary because i was up for other enfield in the pot and i was stage right for it because i was skinny and euroarctic and you know i was dead right but for some bizarre hollywood reason they decided to go for a different type of rain field for an eagle character which is not in the book but anyway they went for and tony hate off who played mouth is actor but they light to me because the addition 'cause i made them laugh and i was nervous and so the invented the took the severed part and cut it in half gave me one half of it in gave they'll after an older actor but i done this huge for hollywood film had never been in one and.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"At rich eisen show dot com com com nobody ever calls man and i'm wondering phnom not only rich eisen show earlier on the show nfl network analyst steve mariucci vox lord's college football analyst gross veldman coming up plus angeles rams quarterback jerry gough author of the new book he also knows several baseball players who sleep in separate bedrooms than their wives sir john guise it lawyers our number three of the rich eisen shows on the air just shouted back the stage with dennis leery or as he has he has on this book uh uh i don't know with dr yeah you know dennis was on our podcast special wave roger goodell and seth meyer's and dennis lillee resent onto rafter was then a dropping one was reach me shot it league headquarters in new york city outta be about by move get the day on that outta be about five years ago long time ago uh so to be great to have him here for the first time on this show in studio he's gonna come out you're gonna have a lot of fun with him uh fawn with him uh and the people that he of that he has uh on the back who have given quotes for this book uh president donald j trump hillary clinton sister agnes catherine dennis his mom and willem dafoe the quote from willing to foes how many times who have to tell you people i'm not dennis leery great quote great quote this.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"At rich eisen show dot com com com nobody ever calls man and i'm wondering phnom not only rich eisen show earlier on the show nfl network analyst steve mariucci vox lord's college football analyst gross veldman coming up plus angeles rams quarterback jerry gough author of the new book he also knows several baseball players who sleep in separate bedrooms than their wives sir john guise it lawyers our number three of the rich eisen shows on the air just shouted back the stage with dennis leery or as he has he has on this book uh uh i don't know with dr yeah you know dennis was on our podcast special wave roger goodell and seth meyer's and dennis lillee resent onto rafter was then a dropping one was reach me shot it league headquarters in new york city outta be about by move get the day on that outta be about five years ago long time ago uh so to be great to have him here for the first time on this show in studio he's gonna come out you're gonna have a lot of fun with him uh fawn with him uh and the people that he of that he has uh on the back who have given quotes for this book uh president donald j trump hillary clinton sister agnes catherine dennis his mom and willem dafoe the quote from willing to foes how many times who have to tell you people i'm not dennis leery great quote great quote this.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"At rich eisen show dot com com com nobody ever calls man and i'm wondering phnom not only rich eisen show earlier on the show nfl network analyst steve mariucci vox lord's college football analyst gross veldman coming up plus angeles rams quarterback jerry gough author of the new book he also knows several baseball players who sleep in separate bedrooms than their wives sir john guise it lawyers our number three of the rich eisen shows on the air just shouted back the stage with dennis leery or as he has he has on this book uh uh i don't know with dr yeah you know dennis was on our podcast special wave roger goodell and seth meyer's and dennis lillee resent onto rafter was then a dropping one was reach me shot it league headquarters in new york city outta be about by move get the day on that outta be about five years ago long time ago uh so to be great to have him here for the first time on this show in studio he's gonna come out you're gonna have a lot of fun with him uh fawn with him uh and the people that he of that he has uh on the back who have given quotes for this book uh president donald j trump hillary clinton sister agnes catherine dennis his mom and willem dafoe the quote from willing to foes how many times who have to tell you people i'm not dennis leery great quote great quote this.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on WGTK

"The strangest thing ottis hiccuping i know but he blowing bubbles at the same time now i feel fine dr yeah but i keep hiccuping bibles really you will ri fine goodbye what are the same ma doctors calling mr printing all to make up a special prescription for your and your to go right down there and get it came on my better hurry killing me i never in all my point yes you we just got home rep betty sake you still wearing hats not by choice i assure you i've been looking in the mirror drive the cabinet arc whether scissors i keep sniffing my ear fred i know exactly what the trouble is that had is glued to your head mary that's a brilliant that action laura can you is what are you doing downtown i thought you were at the party who i am i glad i ran into you djekic she was archie your blowing bubbles i know what jug i know it mr frank was making something to stop this right away stop it she was i know a lot of people wish they could do that chug don't arguing i better circus would pay you a lot of money for guys they go on into the drugstore and get that medicine why make because i can't go in there blowing bubbles okay wait hearing for god's sake hari hi tammi as mr penguin haija sprayers in a backrow making up a special prescription but alexandru she that's what i came in for us you save me a trip out there that i call and all night near chevy ready in a minute out i'll go look okay hey mind if i look through this movie magazine go right ahead thanks ooh hey i offset thanks terminal in all that betty great will has some swimming pool yes jerry you better hurry what this prescription prado says they need a right away and it's it's just the thing okay i put it on the andrews bill aaron up put this movie magazine on their bill to by okay by i'll is.

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"dr. yeah" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dr. yeah" Discussed on Connect FM

"Really just means someone else's heart dr yeah that cata of best way to put it and hopefully they also have some security in my know you mentioned that you just right all your passwords down on a piece of paper i hope they don't also have an association with where the password is because humbly he sees it on your desk or bugs god forbid breaks of your house or something they've got all your password so stash that somewhere so still there are better ways to store your passwords then as i mentioned you talking about scribbling on a piece of paper look into things like pass port wallets there are many of them in different forms from desktop applications to smartphone applications i mentioned earlier that i i've password protect a word document with a lot of my passwords in it that way if i'm at least at my desk or even i have it on my phone out and about i can look something up real quick their typically the kinds of things that encrypt your passwords and require you to jeff remember the one you use to open the wallet so even if someone got a hold of at the information would be encrypted an inaccessible to anyone without your master password last pass and true key offer popular desktop options and you can look into one password and keeper for popular options on mobile but there are hundreds of both paid and free options that you can check out many of them offering encryption will be a step up over your piece of paper if for no other reason than your passwords won't fly for legal window open mathers that too i didn't think of that but i'm just thinking seriously of somebody looking over your shoulder or looking at your desk and saying oh look passwords you know and it says here bank and it's helpful to have among all in one place it was on his that file is secure and i did that recently in a couple of months ago right finally made it a password secured file.

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