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"e. n" Discussed on Without Fail

Without Fail

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"e. n" Discussed on Without Fail

"Hi. My name is E. N. and I'm a bus driver in Washington are you guys are still in service. Ohio yeah definitely we're Was GonNa Large Reduction of either shit but yeah like people rely on the bus. So I'm not really worried about my job at all. I actually have more work because a lot of drivers are calling in so like when there were thirteen hours and yesterday I worked fifteen hours. They're gonNA break today to talk with you. How are you feeling right now? Like what's has your mental state So I don't know so we yesterday last night as I was going for my last bit of work We found out that one of our drivers passed away from the virus. Oh my God I only knew the guy in passing. But that could just as easily been me like you. You see them. And so. It's like super shocking. So today has kind of been like feel like I'm on a knife-edge between Oh this is completely fine. It's going to blow over and maybe I should go a huge long beard and go live in the mountains by my show. You know. I'm so sorry. Yeah it's so it's I don't know how to feel you feel. I'm sorry but now I I have no idea how to feel. Yeah we are..

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"e. n" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To ten days every single one improves there was no mortality wow what we have done a PhD type on before you came on tonight when and he is talking about vitamin H. E. N. D. and he really believes that helps with your immune system to absolutely I mean the Dr downing and a number of other doctors have put together some preventive medicine and they talk about vitamin D. vitamin a magnesium selenium and zinc as well as well as vitamin C. I take every day all of great well that's your cocktail that's that's your preventive cocktail you know when somebody gets sick you've got a really upped the dose of C. I mean and if you don't have it you're just trying to prevent it you need about three grams a day if you have it you certainly have to take you to a row of terraces as they call it he's talking about you know ten to twenty grams a day and sometimes you get something like ten grams and our and you don't have to worry about it because you know if if you hit tolerance level of it you'll just get diarrhea essentially but it's not going to harm you isn't it amazing though that the with some of our foods we can get some of this but you really still need to supplement well that's the problem George because we used to be able to get this from our food spot more recently oils now foods aren't as nutritious as they used to be when they've tested things like carrots they only have a tiny amount of vitamin a compared to what they used to have fifty seventy hundred years ago same thing with oranges blues oranges don't have any vitamin C. and then anymore so that's why we have to supplement you know we're we just got to the point where our food just doesn't have what we need as much as we need it now it was Linda Taggart to next hour will lead us in an intention experiment to hopefully downplay this coronavirus and get it to replicate itself and get America back to work again have you ever in your lifetime gone through something like this before no need to let me know and I never thought we would I I think it's amazing that we have this extraordinary locked down it feels like we're in a war really does it really does and what happens when the previous guest says history is mandatory vaccines will happen for big pharma what do you think of that well you know I worry about that too because I mean whoever thought that they would force us to stay in in quarantine ourselves actually but I'm very worried about that because the last time we had a big scare about a virus the swine flu back in nineteen in the seventies they rushed down the vaccine and the first of all the swine flu epidemic never happened but secondly loads and loads of people got a thing called Gillian beret paralysis yes one on one of my doctors got that he got to his his arms and legs were paralyzed Luke million so that's the worry about rushing out of vaccine and forcing people to take it I am worried about that too and I think that's why we are seeing the suppression of the information about the jeep tours that we've got for corona virus to keep treatments like vitamin C. because you can't patent it you know they can make money on yeah they can't make money they can't make money out of it and so I thought they would certainly will with the vaccine and the drug companies are you know a rubbing their hands together right now probably thanking the person who came up with the coronavirus whoever was yes absolutely that's another issue too I mean there's certainly stories circulation is there was a story in the Italian press about how the Chinese were experimenting and just wanted to see if they took his bad virus an attached it onto a corona virus and nine and according to the story the U. S. heard about it in with the poll they had to do doing some funding with them and they they pulled out so I don't know that one story in the press but it it seems to be it certainly is a new virus it and it certainly is causing you know immune system storms with certain people and I don't believe that this planet creates these new viruses naturally the way this one has I can't believe when that one person that you guys a call zero per patient but they can't find that this one person in Wuhan China started this and look at it now it's worldwide I just don't I just can't believe that no I mean I certainly you know there there isn't any solid evidence for for China unleashing as to you know to cull the population but I it could have been an experiment that went wrong and then it when it started you know we started replicating in in humans it was something they were playing around in the laboratory and got out no that's certainly that's possible but it really is did you hear the story of the lab worker in Wuhan where they were experimenting on these viruses was selling the tainted animals to the markets and made a million dollars and they put him in jail well I haven't heard that but certainly that's another theory of how this happened is because of those wet markets and selling animals you know who who have the viruses and then it somehow getting into the human chain but yeah I mean the thing is and I think this is the thing that people don't understand that we're being told this is a random killer.

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"e. n" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on WRVA

"Can help me out I hope so too I I live hi and I have been using a program with the hiking map all of them to I don't know that AV E. N. Z. A. yeah neat and you can search for you know certain parts of that ride you can download the maps but hiking trails for those parts that they have available I'm immediately guy uses that looks great and it's also on iOS and android but it's also on the web that's really cool and that was good about it is also that it's like the maps or GPS enabled or whatever so that you can see where you are on the trail that's always a problem because Google maps might show some trails but it's not very complete so having that and the actual trail that that's fantastic and what and in case you you know I mean in the old days you might look at the map and go oh well you know what where am I speaking to how deep into the woods you have to have compass skills why don't you eight oh here's a bridge program across all right you know I remember I remember yeah so it's great because you can see how where you are perfect I'm getting that right now that's fantastic guy to do it yeah well we're not all hiking a lot more than than we used to write if you're lucky enough to live near the wilderness the wild country you can hike we got a lot of hikes in northern California so that's great and and actually it can actually get the trail biking trails are around here and then New York New Jersey area there are a lot you would not believe it but that's why it's helpful to have this right because due to find them right yeah but it used to but my I went last weekend to the Delaware water gap and to be a fun parking lot was like over low but they all have the same idea yeah I have never seen so many people on the trails out here and of course everybody's walking their dog it's a good excuse to get out that we just all keepers social distance you know six feet away and it's fine exactly exactly it's really actually I think it's necessary to you know get cabin fever you gotta get outside yeah and and also you just get away from the news if you know your well cleared I find I get out in nature it's reassuring because it it's it continues right it it it's all there any any sometimes it's kind of easy to feel like the whole world's falling apart when you go out nature and it's all alive and everybody's doing good it's just a nice thing I find yeah it really is now so the thing is though now that I don't know if it's possible if you know about this I had some maps that were made even by the local county of local trails maybe smaller parks I would like to make at the same like GPS or right where and I've even got the map there have been a we aided by map makers but they just don't they're not in the event that or any kind of similar apps and I was wondering if there is a way that you can mail orient any given map if you scanned it looks better the real yes so I'm looking at the vans and it's it it sounds like they do their own maps they're not using any of the publicly available mapping systems but there there's one you should know about that you can contribute to it's an it's an open source crowd sourced mapping technology called OpenStreetMap it's an OpenStreetMap dot org in fact you would be doing everyone a great service if you would contribute the information you have about those trails to OpenStreetMap once you've done that you can use the OpenStreetMap app on your phone and the GPS will work and everything so that's right that's what I would like yeah and to share with other people it is the ideal yeah exactly in fact openstream act only exist because people have done this in some ways you know in in you'll see OpenStreetMap referred to in Google maps and Bing maps they get used by other people as well and so there many maps that use open street maps I don't yeah I I don't know if they have an open street maps apps per se but there are many apps that use OpenStreetMap on the iPhone and android phone in those maps would work with the GPS in the phone and pinpoint you on the map so that's great yeah I would look at OpenStreetMap dot org you may be surprised at how well the trails are mapped already one of the things OpenStreetMap does which is really great is if you have a GPS tracker you can take your track you know record your track and apply it to open street maps and that will help make open street maps better people are doing that all the time so my guess is it might be very well represented trails might be very well represented OpenStreetMap maybe even better than than streets because I think the kind of people that support OpenStreetMap probably do a lot of hiking would be my guess life flight and I'll I'll get it looks good I want to be able to create mine because I know they're not available on event day then there are smaller parks the United people only pay attention to order a yeah tensions are not to that's a good a good suggestion yeah I'm I'm a big fan I think we should all support it because Google's so dominant Google apple and Microsoft really dominate this field Tom Tom and I. T. be nice to have a crowdsourced map we can all use for free is a great idea I think.

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"e. n" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on 600 WREC

"R. E. N. ninety two point one as I am and she'd be able to see her and converse with her column is it needs to be a system that she doesn't have to be in a live number anything to touch I mean it's like we can control it from our end and we can see her when she's laying down if she's awake and functioning in the room then we can just reach out to her and say hi mom because the place is in lockdown and they said for the foreseeable future they have no idea when they will be allowed in to see her and the government should not be able to see how mom's doing or even check in all right it is my sister goes religiously every day because she's the one that put my mom in and she just feels horrible about it and now that she can't be my mom it's just it's tearing apart well and you know it yeah and I I understand and it's it's gonna be tough so I normally I'd like to recommend like two or three products just as an option but in this case there's there's really only two different options okay like for example one you could put a nest cam in mom's room and so that this way you could you could sign in at any time and you could look and you can actually hear what's happening in the room and you can talk to mom and she would be able to hear a chime for when you guys are connecting or you can turn the time off I would prefer that you leave the chime on because if you just start talking I think a star of her more than anything but if she learns that if she hears a chime that one of our kids is going to be talking to I think that would be fantastic okay so in nest cam costs about a hundred fifty Bucks beautiful works on wifi and then there's also the option for if you want to pay I don't know about ten dollars a month it'll save the video for thirty days another option is that Amazon has something called an echo show and echo show if she wasn't so far down a dementia probably recommend this is that it it allows her to say like you know Alexa play music or tell me a joke or whatever it may be and then with the with the show it also has something called drop in and so basically it connects automatically nobody has to pick up and then you can just drop in on mom and say and what she would be able to see that's the downside with the nest is that she can't see with the echo show and echo show their dear various model summer two fifty somewhere seventy Bucks look at the seventy dollar model but in this case because your mom so far down a dementia that I'd probably recommend that you just get a Google nest cam and this waiver but everybody can just check on honor when they need to stay safe tell mom we also hello will pray for thanks for your call today just come right back malware is hitting corona virus maps on the internet you have to be safe here on the camp commando show finding the right wireless company can be hard they spent a lot of time talking about their coverage but it doesn't always live up to the hype T. mobile on the other hand is just talking they've built a network that's bigger and better than ever before and a.

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"e. n" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Eight one four forty four ten well with these wild ups and downs in the markets can an individual state E. N. and still make money well the key thing you said there Steve as the ups and downs yes you can still be in the market and still generate a return in these financial markets because most people don't know that you can profit in down markets now let me say that again you can profit in down markets is called Shorty and that's what you do need a strategy for any market condition then that's what I was going to get into on we know some of the lessons that you actually learn during turmoil times which is down markets but we really how you can benefit in a great way in these down markets because al do they go up faster they go down faster let me let me guess how are you going to take a wild guess and I I see that this last couple weeks almost a down well they go down about three times faster than than they go up and that's always been the case always will in part of it is because of the the emotions of of the public psychology plays a big part in trading and investing but you know we talk a little bit about some of the lessons learned Steve a U. S. a question can you stand the market can you make money absolutely but we understand that the markets are multi directional we understand that that we learned this very very it directly and strongly this last few weeks the market goes different directions sometimes goes different directions within the same day you know and if you're in a portfolio that only goes up when the market goes up you're in a a just a one directional type of an investment there are so there are certain types of investments that will make money regardless of which direction it goes in in one investment but it's important I think one of the lessons we learned here is that it hedging and protecting what you have is very important and you can do that there are assets that you can use that will provide protection for your portfolio's options happen to be one of those and in the people that are using these assets that that hedge their portfolios to protect them allow them to make money in down markets that's called Wall Street those are the pros they're doing this but they're probably not putting you in the the same type of investment that's one of the things that we go over in our classes Josh mentioned shorting shorting is a way of making money in a down market on individual assets or in the markets in general and basically what you're doing is you're selling something at a high price that you don't own you borrowed it to sell it and then you have an obligation to return it your hope is to buy back at a lower price return it and then your profit is the difference between what you sold it for and what you buy it back for that shorting well let me ask a quick question that you mentioned the pros do you have to be a pro to do that because a lot of people think a limb I've heard this many times well you got to be a professional the profit DaMarcus deal is that true well who who want you to think that I would say the brokers of anchors rotations yeah right you know that's one of the fallacies that's out there that you have to be a professional they people think they don't have the intelligence to do this and you really don't have to be real smart to do you just have to be smart enough to have the discipline to follow something that works out basically which is showing you how to follow the people that are successful all right knee institutions when they're buying and selling we don't really care why they do it in fact most of the time we don't even no because they get they get data they get information before we do sometimes we never get it was just an opinion now well it usually what people invest in you the public invest on opinion you based on what they either are listening to the news you're listening to on TV the institutions are making their moves based on data that they get daily evaluated things they know what a fair prices to pay for something they know a proper prior a profit is to get out so instead of trying to come up with a a decision as to which to do based on someone's opinion why not look at what is factual it factually moves the market on a regular basis that's that institutional activity which we can identify a chart that's the proper education what we teach our students it's sort of like reading eighty eight a price chart like a radiologist read an X. ray or an MRI they're trained to do that they can see things on an X. ray for example that you can't see I can't see and we'll show you how to do that with the price and everything you need to know is is on that pressure so learning how to read that is going to give you an idea of where the institutional activity is that's where you want to be placing your trades and also taking your profits and that's just like any profession to just you you mentioned the radiologist I mean right now yeah you we can't read a read radiologist all just heard I can even say the word right now but but me think of the professions that you you listen now what we what you do in life right now for your job did you know that before you started you probably didn't detract practice it you OB doctors practice I did whatever you're doing you had to learn how to do it and the more you did it the better you gotten eventually you kind of do that your sleep don't tell your employer that but that's probably what happens is you do it so many times is repetition all you have to do is find somebody that knows what they're doing and basically do what they do and that's why you know we're raising awareness to financial illiteracy to help people through that process to be more financially literate and we have these investing classes where we we we always we teach people you know how you can get started how you can get involved participate in these financial markets especially when we have a phenomenal opportunity that's happening right now you don't want to let that go by and see I wish I would've tried something or I wish I'd have done something different so I want to.

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"e. n" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"E. N. a four three B. it would be extremely unusual we had a four oh one K. would not be vastly superior right yes it's possible but I've never seen that okay so comparing a four oh one K. to a Roth IRA so you can't take the money from your four one K. I heard it in a Roth four regular IRA unless you've quit your job and you're still breaking in the same school same school district exactly yeah so you can continue to contribute to that four oh one K. and does the district or school system offer any match on your four one K. money no not at all vantage of it then is that it just comes out of your check you don't have to do anything else correct so if you do a Roth IRA it works opposite of that four oh one K. the raw if you don't get any tax break for putting money into the Roth but the money grows tax free and you spend it tax free when you retire where would that four oh one K. he goes in with a tax benefit to you when you put the money on but everything you have in it everything interns you're taxed on at time of retirement right if you're like most teachers are not paying you with a wheelbarrow no they're generally not paying you well right right so you are better served doing the Roth IRA then you are doing the four oh one K. because you don't get enough benefit from the up front tax deduction to make it a good idea to do that we're with the Roth the money you know you put in there you're never going to be taxed on it again okay so how much do you like to contribute in a year how many dollars total not much at all I'm trying to do the math in my head said maybe around fifteen hundred dollars then you're a perfect candidate for doing a Roth okay because you've not come anywhere near the cap on it so I would prefer since there is no match on that for one K. the U. discontinued that and instead you contribute to a Roth and I've got a list of super low cost companies mark dot com on my investment guide the you can look at to set up that Roth IRA okay as long as you have the discipline you put in a hundred a month hundred and fifty a month just set it up automatically so you're always getting that money at okay right thank you for being in there for our kids what grade do you teach I actually work with gifted kids so I kind of went with all great in elementary school K. three five so you're working with brainiacs in elementary school yeah well I was definitely not one of those in any level school here listening to the Clark Howard show.

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"e. n" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"V. E. N. U. six ten AM and the Aggies of Utah's state end up knocking out of Wyoming eighty nine eighty two why only quite a run in the mountain west considering the finished nine of twenty four they make it to the semi final game at Utah state takes it so they'll now take on San Diego state for the mountain west title getting into it today to college basketball action is Tennessee battles Auburn coverage begins at eleven thirty AM eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN app turn into something serious amid increasing concerns about the corona virus the NBA as teams on Friday to begin developing processes and identifying actions required if they had to believe games without fans in attendance limiting attendance to only essential staff according to a memo obtained by ESPN with more these concerns of the coronavirus ESPN radio's Freddie Coleman and Mike wells normally when I hear about something like this the minute that against what years they've already even thought about this plan long before they put out a statement this may not be a week's kind of thing if the NBA is really serious about this although I can't believe they won't get any pushback from any owner because this this is a corner reports will come from the league office now for the individual teams I can't believe one second if they're not going to get any pushback and when not if when they do then that's going to be insane conversation between the NBA and the owners of the week maybe if you're gonna take that for you all to just hold the game in the team's practice facility and then on to it that way if you're trying to keep the fans out of it owners are not going to go for this they're gonna they made publicly say okay we'll back what the NBA the same meaning the commissioner everything but inside they're gonna be still when they're gonna be burning because the other thing about is changing changing changing all the dollars at their franchise went to be losing so while others say it's fine somebody's going to come out and complain about it and say they can't do this is not is not a good look and they don't want to do it for the limitation which owner would that be I don't know you mention of mark Cuban either in the show mark Cuban has lost five hundred thousand dollars today he doesn't want to lose any more money well he deserves a five thousand dollar I agree with this protest those definitely worth of protest but its center he's also thinking about money so it'll be he'll be mad about it let's see how far he will go if we got to that point hopefully doesn't get there because if it does if I invite teams will be playing at the local YMCA give each other a couple people sit on the sidelines watching and talking trash and that's about it Freddie Coleman Mike wells under Freddie and Fitzsimmons here on ESPN radio definitely concerned everywhere around the world the coronavirus thanks for joining us for sports center all night on ESPN radio and ESPN app as well I'm John writer for the NFL in free agency begins March eighteenth by my math that's a less than two weeks away I met this question all the big question mark is where will let Tom Brady signed Brady is a free agent for the first time in his NFL career there have been some reports which are interesting including Tom Brady potentially going to San Francisco is a bay area native the athletic dairy is Marcus Thompson I'm buying it as Jim Jimmy Garoppolo's you need a very strong message about will cut off the the need to have he goes pro yeah there is yeah I live in black Hey yeah you know we needed to drive can you playboy so right away in the area B. Amy will be crazy only crazy crazy you'll get a forty three year old on a rental right like it would be crazy but like in a come from no where if nothing else Tom Brady's like yellow out you know this is a team that was on the customers you will argue to over there Marcus Thompson at ESPN radio's Freddie and Fitzsimmons and Freddie Coleman and Mike wells discussing one of the potential suitors for Tom Brady and I would be Tennessee number one right now they have a better team a young team in terms of offensive weapons venerating the pagers you got wide receivers got there can't reserve running back you got a better offensive line but here's why is due for another reason can you imagine Tom Brady sticking it to bill Belichick by going to play with a former teammate and a guy that learn bill Belichick in the way he was able to coach and even though he was not in the system because in a bill Belichick and you go I have a chance to stick it to him with the guy that knocked the team out of the playoffs last year when you play for the patriots as the Tennessee Titans that's why I'm not saying it's gonna happen until I see Tom Brady with the actual degrees uniforms like wells at a press conference with his wife with his kids season for the cameras exactly see that I'm not buying it Tom Brady of free agent on March eighteenth his former teammate with the patriots and offense of linemen Damien woody down ESPN analyst his take on Brady I don't look at Tom is a guy who can just elevate just any guy okay he needs personnel around him in order to bring out the best in him so to me if you're selling Thomas I look look what I have running back I have office of line because to me the office offline play fill big time in doing last year I have legitimate threats whether be tied in a wide receivers and then ultimately you come here we will let you implement your system as opposed to trying to force our system when you I think that's that's got to be the sale and Tom Brady a free agent on March eighteenth will he be back in New England worries played for over twenty seasons played a record nine super bowls winning six definitely interesting on March eighteenth some NHL for the ducks get past the maple Leafs two to one Anaheim snapping a five game losing streak against Toronto Adam Henrique with the gold flame skate past the coyotes by account of three to two Winnipeg shutting out Vegas for delta jets of one of four of their last five meetings against the golden knights the red wings beat the Blackhawks two to one a Detroit snapping a six game losing streak they were out scored twenty forty nine during that span of the devil's double up the blues forty two straight ahead on SportsCenter all night Lakers box this is has been radio Hentschel NBA championship series.

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"e. n" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on WGN Radio

"R. E. E. N. and he's with us every couple weeks to talk TV Dan how are you okay how you doing next I'm all right can you believe it's been thirty years since Belushi passed away all well you sort of pause and think what would his career P. today what with the direction have been that he would have taken one I don't know would you have sort of the Bill Murray career where she was nominated for a couple Oscars in people revered him in that way which you have to sort of become more like Dan Aykroyd and not necessarily gone down as productive the past yeah get accurate but not a prostitute he was yeah I so I know I I think about that periodically whatever I happened upon animal house on TV your classic SNL sketch I think okay we're we keep P. thirty eight years later what would his career in it's a very difficult thing to think about is it is and you know we have this interesting because one of the last movie that he made was a so called continental divide which was yelp of really sweet romantic comedy and not at all like he played like I'm Mike Royko like reporter who goes up to these to to interview this woman played by Blair brown who lives in the mountains and and they fall in love they slowly fall in love and it was so unlike anything that blue she ever did and I always thought that that was kind of the first step into like broadening his career instead of just doing that you know the the the wacky comedy that he was known for the slob kind of comedy that he was known for and I thought he was really terrific income them divide and it is all the more disappointing that that was one of his last movie no he he was like he was a force of nature and you know the reality is that when you think of the excesses that those guys had and the lives that they lived you know who knows what was gonna happen if you needed another year or two years or anything I mean there's just no way of knowing him I guess that's the sort of sad mystery at all yeah it could have been it could have been internet or it could have been fine and we just never got the chance to find out exactly all right the M. Feinberg is from The Hollywood Reporter and we talk on television if you wanna jump it is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred lots of TV to talk about there always is and we will talk about that tonight Priceline it priceless home movies lost maybe for ever how to make sure it doesn't happen to you WGN TV investigates tonight at nine there was a time not so long ago when watching the news.

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"e. n" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"E. N. B. R. it's a six one lead for the Dodgers as we head to the bottom of the fourth inning Marshall this sow speed is the new picture for Los Angeles we do have a couple of other changes the the John is doing his due diligence on it'll be Evan Longoria only things up by what he got John it's bill Russell now short okay Davey Lopes at second and no actually I I did I did look it up it's money now it's short Jacob Amaya and Omar S. Davis at second so Meyer gets the ground ball off the bat Longoria just like that he throws him out also that injures out and G. J. Peters has run and play center field first things Los I'm fine I got a mind of what was the second one a status and second base status three seventy one so here's belt in the pitch of belt gets off GM shot pop up to the third baseman ET who makes the catch let's not one that bill will want to remember man you got crowded on that one yeah my broadcast partner my group we say well tough break with level the left well that makes it look even worse because it is kind of blowing out with and it's a strong wind so here's buster Posey who takes high so I'm still reading down the status is and then Peters in center one oh to buster swinging the ball straight back it's a good swings do you like to see other buster Posey and we didn't see that many swings like that last year but that time you came out of his shoes so he stands in with the kind of one ball and one strike the right hander for the Dodgers throws in there's a big high curveball it started out high and then it fell into the strike zone for a strike it's wanted to pitch was at seventy four miles per hour here's the one to to buster Posey the last fall of the swing in a fall back at ninety four so there's pretty good differences the seventy four mile hour curveball in a ninety four mile an hour fastball this guy not only has a good life fastball in that could slow curve ball he throws great over the top right over the top which is a little bit unusual like the old pitching machine old iron Mike the pitch we gonna miss on a high fastball and that's going to end the inning after four six one Dodgers on the can't be our northern California Hyundai dealership radio network it's game but you fourth graders would rather watch cartoons thanks for the Honda CRV has apple CarPlay and disappears down Casey playing moms pump up jams whatever happens on the court coach you just got to win on the road excellence in sport dealers to see RVS or the California or nor cal Honda dealers dot com the in one of it's been reported that over sixty percent of.

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"e. n" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

15:10 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Haven. That's P. E. N. N. Y. H. E. N. on Youtube back to another episode of state of fear. This is Chris..

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"e. n" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Stats equated with a ninety when team last year we happen to one eighty four so it's probably not you know not that unusual that the project is to win more than eighty four but hopefully will prove me wrong in and won a lot more in a five after the grievances that seven text yeah clearly everything worse is had also they're all at him speak for himself it was gonna be here towards the end of this week looking forward to being here but yeah I just wanted once the reverse is over as one to reach out and see if you want to connect on anything at all along my view of of the grievances van that it was you know a by product of the business elements of the game that was you know something that was wasn't our process but something that we would participate in as requested and be respectful of an I. E. N. Meyer players who at the appropriate time are willing to stand up and assert their rights I don't ever want players who bite their tongue and and feel like they got cheated or feel like their their rights were infringed upon yeah a player's career as a precious thing and we encourage us to stand up for themselves and their times that you have to even if it's uncomfortable even if it's hard you have to stand up in a search your rights and he did there's a process in place to you know how to deal with that he went through it we participated as requested and in the end if you read yeah they are the arbitrator's decision I think our our actions were validated in approach was but there were no hard feelings on either end and I don't resent Chris or hold it against him in any fashion in fact I I respect that he is going to do that even upright wasn't easy the five I have a lot of names.

Chris E. N. Meyer
"e. n" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Were getting fatter than I am that make me feel better one yeah when one of them and said she was very proud of her fitness filling for losing twenty five pounds of four months and she says next year she plans to do the same you can only do it at the start of the year yeah the only time you can actually lose your like a daunting prospect road pretty much yeah be the resolution that you've been looking for texting at seven eight five nine two do you think hiring a fitness fill in what motivates you to lose weight in a few years your front that's coming up right after this break into on the morning get if I don't get it it's been so long this it in the mornings on the twenty hello easy in the memo Miguel E. N. D. D. games soon became miss Kim arm I'm sorry you are the games.

Miguel E. N. D. Kim
"e. n" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on KNSS

"News seven and thirteen thirty K. E. N. S. S. news at two o'clock I'm Ted Woodward currently in Wichita we have scattered light rain a gusty wind out of the north west it is forty five degrees we're looking for an overnight low tonight on the twenty eighth we're expecting a rain snow mix by this evening the prosecution still under way the Senate trial of president trump's impeachment else managers on day two are presenting their case on article one of their impeachment case against the president impeachment manager Jerry Nadler took the lead the president may commit an impeachable abuse of power in two different ways by engaging in clearly forbidden acts or by taking actions that that are allowed but for reasons that are not allowed for instance to obtain corrupted private benefits Nadler played a clip of Alan Dershowitz one of the president's impeachment lawyers expressing the view in nineteen ninety eight that a president could be impeached for abuse of power without the president committing an underlying crime at the White House John decker fox news longtime newsman Wichita native Jim Lehrer has passed away longtime PBS newshour anchor and co founder Jim Lehrer has died Lehrer passed away peacefully in his sleep according to the network the anchor alongside Robert macneil founded the program in nineteen seventy five Clare served as anchor of the news hour for thirty six years before retiring in twenty eleven PBS president Pollock in a statement added Jim exemplified excellence in journalism a true giant in news and public affairs Lehrer interview numerous leading figures including Margaret Thatcher and Jordan's King Abdullah he moderated a total of twelve debates more than any other person in U. S. history author twenty novels three memoirs and several plays shop Lino fox news the family of Neil Armstrong the first man to step foot on the moon is donating two items from Armstrong's personal collection to the compost fear space museum in Hutchinson the items are a four by six inch U. S. flag and a small piece of fabric from the weighing of the Wright flyer the first flying machine built by the Wright brothers both of those items were taken aboard the Apollo eleven mission that reached the moon in nineteen sixty nine Armstrong's two sons donated the artifacts which will be put on public display at the museum in Hutchinson later this year we will stay breezy in Wichita this afternoon with occasional rain or high in the low forties the rain will mix with some light snow at times increasing this evening or low twenty eight not expecting much in the way of accumulation most of that should be off to our east it's going to be sunny on Friday with a high forty one forty six on Saturday im Kay and assess media also stand holiday currently in Wichita with the wind out of the northwest gusting up to twenty nine miles per hour we have some scattered light rain in the area it is forty five degrees ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. N. S. S. news I'm Ted Woodward the impeachment trial continues don't miss Sean Hannity next on take an SS Stephen Ted.

K. E. N. S. S.
"e. n" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"E. N. T. the throat and back surgeons and others offer to see him and cut off his nose and that is so on a patch of tissue to pretend that was in the house and he refused to rather than to accept something that was lousy he refused to just like this woman should've done should refuse that surgery that was useless but often patients don't know when to refuse useless surgery useless came our usual stream of this man refused to have his nose cut off for the cap on growing the mask upon growing and it took him six months till he found us and listener told him about radiosurgery New York and he came here and I saw him and we met we have the consultation afterwards from our together and we went across the street I want to cross the street to get a snack and so did he not knowing would be meeting at this other restaurant and we talked ten more minutes rebounded kind of over the consultation and over that little slack and he's about to leave him and I want you to treat my nose cancer and he came back in which it is those cancer was amazing that we watch every day as the nose cancer went away was a basal cell cancer there was very extensive with his nose and bleeding and massive Buckley and probably what they said Hey it's time to get rid of your bandaid your nose is now beautiful thanks to radio surgery and they took out the bad data never saw the padded again in the cancer is gone away he came this week for a checkup and he's doing great and by the way by the way I saw him also for the steak cancer during the course of treating for the nose I said that I've ever check your PSA and he said no and we checked his PSA this PSA that's prostatic specific antigen we checked his prostate and was sky high and is seven fourteen you've got about a forty percent chance of having prostate cancer do you want to know if you have prostate cancer or not and we spoke about that and he says yes he definitely wants to know we raised him to have a biopsy of tiny painless needle into the prostate and came back Gleason seven cancer so yeah not only a nose cancer was fun getting with Sir does want to cut off his nose save by coming to thirty four Broadway but in a prostate cancer was very high risk detected by coming to thirteen eighty four Broadway too and we talk about all the options understands he has high risk cancer understands if he has surgery or radical surgery robotic surgery that most likely to be impotent and incontinent and isn't one that he understands that if he had surgery the success rates only thirty percent and in those with us most likely he will be cancer free a huge difference and with us it's outpatient therapy no cutting no operating rooms no hospital stays no convalescence with us it's all out patient there is such a huge difference and it shows our treatment and so it shouldn't further knows cancer which was fun getting they're going to cut off his nose and that was successful he's cancer free as is beautiful knows no and his prostate cancer was PSAs now zero with our treatment only so one man to cancer's super happy you came this week to get checked out we have a new blood tests in the zero range he is doing great graduations and thank you for your trust and you know who I am and you know what I'm talking about so thank you thank you and thank you for your trust but I'm such a leader minaret her short break we'll be right back when doctor Lee the man came to New York from Harvard ninety seven percent of women in New York we're losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment but ninety percent of doctor Lieberman's patients with breast cancer were keeping their breasts doctor Lieberman an outspoken advocate of bursting therapy educated women about choices to arm every woman about breast cancer choices breast say mean whenever possible and desired when every hospital foot standard radiation was okay doctor Lieberman had a better idea innovative Dr Lieberman first bought grain radiosurgery to New York and body radiosurgery to America meet doctor Lieberman breast conserving therapy.

E. N. T.
"e. n" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on KNSS

"Per hour thirty five degrees at K. E. N. S. and my name is James see here is sitting in for Glenn Beck this is the Glenn Beck program when I was a young man I want to travel just love traveling and now all we would do is go back and forth the Mississippi but I would use my imagination I was like speed racer no Mach five and we were we were driving all over the world that's how I use my imagination what we do have games we don't have the in the TV set in back of the head rest I'm still bitter about that puts the so as I grew older I had the opportunity to to travel and I did I I studied overseas and studied in England for year I went across the Europe Eastern Europe when it was still Eastern Europe I just dated myself I remember when the wall came down with a year after my my one of my trips I had the opportunity to travel through India and the Middle East by the time I got to the movies that took my son's along I was really into travelling it's just an amazing thing because you learn by seeing you learn by doing it they can go back and read about it or you can read about it first and go back and do it my son is carried on the tradition that he's used to travel in the family right My Baby girl wants to but she bit ago nickel herself why no baby girl no my son's married so you don't have to worry about that he's not going anywhere actually do travel traveling this really really opened up a whole New World to me and when I was a high school teacher I had done a decent amount of traveling so that open the door for me to be a world history teacher I heard about this job when I was in Chicago but the job was in Wisconsin brown deer Milwaukee and so I over heard these administrators talking about open positions so I strategically went to the place walked in and dropped an application it didn't take very long as an American of African descent as a high school teacher commodity there's not too many of us so you could try to scoop my my transcripts were fantastic the hat the travel experience on it they put me through what test called the perceiver the perceiver test is a long test and that apparently I did very very well on it so the superintendent he does screw around at all he offered me a contract on the second leading I don't even think I filled out an application because the low budget this year that but yeah so he hired me I was excited and then he closed office door you said I want talk to both of the sit down and he said you're going to be up against something because people are going to think that you got this job slowly because you're black that's the way I'm gonna think that why would they think that well because you're the only black teacher in a school now welcome aboard the mobile why are you telling me this is that I'm telling you this because you did not get this job because of lack you got this job because you're qualified the immensely qualified surprisingly qualified so whenever you get that vibe or somebody is stupid enough to say that to your face I just want you to understand that this is.

K. E. N. James
"e. n" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"e. n" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The end of it was try that more edible and I was kind of blown away there used to be I think it was better so one of the plastic bone too weak people I live on it is not about they made was that it was designed for you to put in I remember that yeah yeah yeah yeah and I was then I don't think they're like that was something I should try a quilt because I've tried everything else and they said we'll try the act you know what I never knew that yeah I've heard of it I've never been bold enough to do what I've been kind of worried about blowing up my microwave but I might do it here at the done training Michael they had a microwave rods ready for the cherry pick up yeah I'll try that yeah you you try it tells and then another one that I've given my dogs that's worked really really well with hero and once here gets involved in it then bones will also get involved in that is one of the metal balls products called the bin of bomb B. E. N. E. bone now I had heard good reviews of this so the first time I got some they come in free Flav flavor is cheesy free favors please cheese chicken and bacon so of course the bacon when that came out I open that box I almost started licking the damn the bacon smell is so good you know when you're cooking bacon and it gets crispy just before it burns yeah.

Michael B. E. N.
"e. n" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"e. n" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A tremendous power, and he'd got charts off, and they're very very hard. So I took them away from my dogs at that point. And I probably should bring him back for hero and bones because the dogs really did like them bones might chew on them. But then you heard about the fun thing you could do with them. I heard something today that I never heard before that was like, well, of course, you could do that a portion of depending a disc while piece of it, you put it in the microwave, and you watch it and it blows up like a popcorn seat blowing up into popcorn yet. It is cheese. It's just really hard cheese. Turn. Yeah. They said it turned into like a bubble. And then it was try that more edible. And I was kind of blown away there used to be. I think it was one of the plastic phone to eat people. Neither bam. Maybe they made one that. It was designed for you to put that. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yes. And I was saying like that was something I should try on quilt because I've tried everything else. And they said we'll try the action. And I I never knew that. Yeah. I've heard of it. I've never been bold enough to do it. I've been kind of worried about blowing up my microwave. But I might do it here done training yard, Mike. Mike. Expand a microwave in the garage ready for the charity pickup. Yeah. I'll try to that. Yeah. You you try and tell. And then another one that I've given my dogs. That's worked really really well with hero. And once hero gets involved in it than bones will also get involved, and that is one of the Nile bones products called the Benham B E N E bone now, I had heard good reviews of this. So the first time I got some they come in free flavor. Flavors cheesy free framers, please fingers cheese. Chicken and bacon. So of course, they ordered the bacon when that came and I opened that box. I almost started licking the Dame the bacon. Smell is so good. You know, when you're cooking bacon, and it gets crispy just before it burns. Yeah..

Mike Benham B E N E