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Randall Crater of My Big Coin Will Serve Eight Years in Jail
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Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting
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3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence
"Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee police police police police are are are are investigating investigating investigating investigating three three three three more more more more shootings shootings shootings shootings these these these these ones ones ones ones deadly deadly deadly deadly I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the the shootings shootings shootings shootings took took took took place place place place late late late late Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday and and and and early early early early Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday and and and and they they they they followed followed followed followed a a a a night night night night of of of of violence violence violence violence Friday Friday Friday Friday in in in in which which which which twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one people people people people were were were were shot shot shot shot and and and and wounded wounded wounded wounded in in in in three three three three other other other other attacks attacks attacks attacks near near near near the the the the Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer Pfizer form form form form in in in in downtown downtown downtown downtown Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee it's it's it's it's the the the the box box box box took took took took on on on on the the the the Boston Boston Boston Boston Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics in in in in their their their their NBA NBA NBA NBA playoff playoff playoff playoff series series series series the the the the latest latest latest latest shooting shooting shooting shooting left left left left three three three three dead dead dead dead seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen year year year year old old old old male male male male the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one year year year year old old old old man man man man and and and and a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old man man man man Friday Friday Friday Friday night's night's night's night's incidents incidents incidents incidents prompted prompted prompted prompted authorities authorities authorities authorities to to to to impose impose impose impose an an an an eleven eleven eleven eleven PM PM PM PM curfew curfew curfew curfew requiring requiring requiring requiring everyone everyone everyone everyone age age age age twenty twenty twenty twenty or or or or younger younger younger younger to to to to be be be be off off off off the the the the streets streets streets streets and and and and it it it it walks walks walks walks in in in in effect effect effect effect when when when when the the the the shootings shootings shootings shootings happened happened happened happened police police police police have have have have reported reported reported reported no no no no arrests arrests arrests arrests so so so so far far far far I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt
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Spieth beats Cantlay with playoff bunker shot to 7 inches
"Space space space space has has has has posted posted posted posted a a a a come come come come from from from from behind behind behind behind playoff playoff playoff playoff win win win win to to to to claim claim claim claim the the the the RBC RBC RBC RBC heritage heritage heritage heritage tournament tournament tournament tournament the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old space space space space charge charge charge charge time time time time with with with with a a a a final final final final round round round round sixty sixty sixty sixty six six six six that that that that included included included included two two two two eagles eagles eagles eagles and and and and a a a a final final final final hole hole hole hole birdie birdie birdie birdie just just just just came came came came out out out out today today today today and and and and said said said said I'm I'm I'm I'm not not not not gonna gonna gonna gonna leave leave leave leave one one one one part part part part short short short short and and and and if if if if they they they they miss miss miss miss the the the the mess mess mess mess and and and and then then then then maybe maybe maybe maybe just just just just enough enough enough enough the the the the the the the the captain captain captain captain and and and and and and and and when when when when the the the the takes takes takes takes a a a a bite bite bite bite of of of of pirate pirate pirate pirate the the the the first first first first extra extra extra extra hole hole hole hole to to to to close close close close at at at at Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick Cantlay Cantlay Cantlay Cantlay who who who who finished finished finished finished at at at at thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen under under under under after after after after a a a a final final final final round round round round sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight the the the the victory victory victory victory was was was was the the the the first first first first of of of of the the the the season season season season and and and and the the the the thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth on on on on the the the the PGA PGA PGA PGA tour tour tour tour office office office office space space space space who who who who bounced bounced bounced bounced back back back back from from from from the the the the disappointment disappointment disappointment disappointment of of of of missing missing missing missing the the the the cut cut cut cut at at at at the the the the masters masters masters masters last last last last week week week week I'm I'm I'm I'm grandma grandma grandma grandma make make make make us us us us
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Peskov: Russia has suffered "significant losses of troops"
"The the the the Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman says says says says Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a major major major major troop troop troop troop casualties casualties casualties casualties during during during during its its its its six six six six week week week week a a a a military military military military operation operation operation operation in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov told told told told Sky Sky Sky Sky News News News News that that that that yes yes yes yes we we we we have have have have significant significant significant significant losses losses losses losses of of of of troops troops troops troops and and and and it's it's it's it's a a a a huge huge huge huge tragedy tragedy tragedy tragedy for for for for us us us us Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov also also also also hinted hinted hinted hinted the the the the fighting fighting fighting fighting might might might might be be be be over over over over in in in in the the the the foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable future future future future telling telling telling telling the the the the broadcast broadcast broadcast broadcast of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops were were were were doing doing doing doing their their their their best best best best to to to to bring bring bring bring an an an an end end end end to to to to that that that that operation operation operation operation after after after after failing failing failing failing to to to to take take take take Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has shifted shifted shifted shifted its its its its focus focus focus focus to to to to the the the the dorm dorm dorm dorm bus bus bus bus a a a a mostly mostly mostly mostly Russian Russian Russian Russian speaking speaking speaking speaking industrial industrial industrial industrial region region region region in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine where where where where Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow backed backed backed backed rebels rebels rebels rebels have have have have been been been been fighting fighting fighting fighting Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian forces forces forces forces for for for for eight eight eight eight years years years years and and and and control control control control some some some some areas areas areas areas I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month
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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot
"Bruce Bruce Arians Arians has has decided decided to to retire retire and and is is moving moving into into the the Buccaneers Buccaneers front front office office he's he's being being replaced replaced by by defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Todd Todd Bowles Bowles whose whose previous previous head head coaching coaching job job was was with with the the New New York York Jets Jets Arians Arians will will turn turn seventy seventy this this coming coming season season he he coats coats the the box box to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl title title in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty season season and and was was thirty thirty one one eighteen eighteen in in three three years years with with Tampa Tampa Bay Bay he he called called at at the the right right time time for for him him to to make make the the transition transition to to the the front front office office there there was was no no public public indication indication at at the the NFL's NFL's annual annual meetings meetings in in Florida Florida that that such such a a move move was was coming coming Aryans Aryans is is AT AT forty forty eight eight and and one one in in eight eight years years as as a a head head coach coach including including his his five five years years with with the the cardinals cardinals I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
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Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees
"AP sports I'm John other big curry Irving said a new nets NBA record on Tuesday night he scored a career high sixty points to the Brooklyn to a one fifty one await win over Orlando presidential scored twenty one points and Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven of the first for the NC double a tournament will face number one seed Kansas in the first round trace Jackson Davis led the way with twenty nine points for Indiana Hoosiers beat Wyoming sixty six fifty eight they'll face sweet memories of the opening round of Thursday import left the road Rogers is officially signed a contract extension through the two time reigning MVP remains in Green Bay the team announced extension Tuesday without releasing terms and I fell network reports Rogers will make one hundred fifty million dollars over the next three years and the Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a one hundred sixty eight million dollar deal over eight years I'm John other pick AP sports
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Australian Cameron Smith wins Players Championship
"Cameron Smith is one one of the longest most difficult like finishing titles in the forty eight year history of the players championship surviving a marathon week this whole storms torrential rain high winds and then cold conditions the combined to force a rare Monday finish Smith survived the visit to the water on the last hole to post a thirteen under total in a closing sixty six that included a record equalling ten buddies India's Anirban Lahiri finished one back at twelve under the wind was a fifth onto office Smith and his second this year I'm grandma goes
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AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver
"Two people familiar with the negotiations tell the Associated Press that the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a package of players and draft picks the nine time Pro Bowl quarterback who help this team win the Super Bowl against the Broncos in twenty fourteen we'll have to pass a physical Wilson suffered a fractured middle finger on his right hand and missed four games last season the Broncos have cycled through ten quarterback since Peyton manning won the Super Bowl and retired six years ago thirty eight year old Aaron Rodgers was considered a likely pick but he has agreed to stay on at Green Bay I'm Jennifer king
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Rodgers reportedly agrees to stay with Packers next season
"Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is planning to come back to the Green Bay Packers for an eighteen season that's according to the NFL network and Pat McAfee the host of the Pat McAfee show on Sirius XM and you too NFL network says the thirty eight year old Rogers has agreed to a four year two hundred million dollar contract that includes one hundred and fifty million dollars in guaranteed money McAfee disputed those numbers and said the contract has not been done but added that Rogers has agreed to return to the team I'm Shelley Adler
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Oklahoma's Inhofe confirms he is resigning US Senate seat
"After twenty eight years in the U. S. Senate GM in Hough has announced he's stepping down in hall says he's absolutely at peace with his decision to resign before his six year term is up he tells the Oklahoman newspaper he plans to spend more time with his wife in office held the seat since nineteen ninety four and was elected to a fifth seventh term in twenty twenty he plans to continue serving until the next Congress begins in January in office the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee his departure will trigger a special election later this year for his replacement I'm I. Kampen
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GasBuddy - Gas prices up 20 cents from a month ago to an average of $3.52
"The average price for a gallon of gas is the highest in eight years the pain at the pump continues the national average is up close to four cents a gallon last week it now stands at three fifty two a gal and senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says brace yourself since motorists don't just have tensions with Russia to worry about that switch over to summer gasoline will also cost motorists at the pump in the months ahead of the nation transition to mark spent the summer gasoline in addition gasoline demand is starting to rise not only in the US but globally as Kobe cases come down an American at the road ahead of spring break in addition refineries are starting maintenance season all three could add twenty five to seventy five cents a gallon between March and Memorial Day weekend I'm Shelley Adler
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Russian-backed separatist leaders declare full military mobilization
"Pro Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have ordered a full military mobilisation amid a spike in violence in the region the head of the pro Russia separatist governments in Ukraine's Donetsk region that has pushed in and announce a full cheap mobilization CNN claimed the move was necessary to counteract to the media threats of aggression from Ukrainian forces a similar announcement quickly followed from the separatist leader of the hunts Wheaton fighting has been ongoing between Ukrainian forces and separatist leaders for over eight years however the fighting has escalated in recent days as the west VS Russia might use the strife as a pretext for invasion I'm Karen
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Super Bowl LVI: Who scored and who fumbled on TV's biggest stage
"Sunday's rams Bengals contest will feature the youngest head coaching matchup in Super Bowl history Cincinnati's thirty eight year old Zach Taylor and LA's Sean McVay who is just thirty six Taylor was in the system to McVeigh on the rams team that lost to the patriots in Super Bowl fifty three and McVeigh says the to retain a strong friendship we have a great relationship and you know looking for to always root for him except for when we go against one another so I know we're both going to do everything we can to help
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Rams determined to turn Aaron Donald into a Super Bowl champ
"Rams rams rams rams defensive defensive defensive defensive lineman lineman lineman lineman Aaron Aaron Aaron Aaron Donald Donald Donald Donald is is is is regarded regarded regarded regarded as as as as one one one one of of of of the the the the game's game's game's game's all all all all time time time time greats greats greats greats three three three three times times times times he's he's he's he's been been been been named named named named the the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's NFL's defensive defensive defensive defensive player player player player of of of of the the the the year year year year but but but but the the the the one one one one thing thing thing thing that's that's that's that's missing missing missing missing on on on on his his his his resume resume resume resume is is is is a a a a Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl title title title title something something something something he he he he hopes hopes hopes hopes to to to to change change change change on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday when when when when he he he he lines lines lines lines up up up up against against against against the the the the Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals in in in in eight eight eight eight years years years years I I I I accomplished accomplished accomplished accomplished a a a a lot lot lot lot in in in in a a a a short short short short amount amount amount amount of of of of time time time time and and and and one one one one thing thing thing thing that that that that I I I I feel feel feel feel like like like like I'm I'm I'm I'm lacking lacking lacking lacking is is is is no no no no being being being being a a a a world world world world champion champion champion champion so so so so it it it it meant meant meant meant a a a a lot lot lot lot to to to to me me me me I I I I feel feel feel feel like like like like it it it it would would would would be be be be a a a a goal goal goal goal that that that that I've I've I've I've been been been been chasing chasing chasing chasing and and and and trying trying trying trying to to to to accomplish accomplish accomplish accomplish Donald Donald Donald Donald was was was was a a a a part part part part of of of of the the the the rams rams rams rams team team team team that that that that lost lost lost lost to to to to the the the the patriots patriots patriots patriots in in in in Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl fifty fifty fifty fifty three three three three mark mark mark mark Myers Myers Myers Myers Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles
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Barty wins drought-breaking Australian Open women's title
"Twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five year year year year old old old old ash ash ash ash body body body body as as as as bait bait bait bait and and and and Danielle Danielle Danielle Danielle Collins Collins Collins Collins to to to to claim claim claim claim the the the the Australian Australian Australian Australian Open Open Open Open women's women's women's women's title title title title the the the the coming coming coming coming the the the the first first first first local local local local player player player player in in in in forty forty forty forty four four four four years years years years to to to to win win win win the the the the national national national national crown crown crown crown it it it it it's it's it's it's absolutely absolutely absolutely absolutely incredible incredible incredible incredible I I I I think think think think as as as as as as as as all all all all these these these these were were were were exceptionally exceptionally exceptionally exceptionally lucky lucky lucky lucky to to to to to to to to be be be be grants grants grants grants I'm I'm I'm I'm nice nice nice nice and and and and get get get get to to to to get get get get to to to to experience experience experience experience supplied supplied supplied supplied harm harm harm harm is is is is is is is is really really really really special special special special and and and and to to to to be be be be here here here here as as as as as as as as a a a a champion champion champion champion of of of of the the the the the the the the tone tone tone tone is is is is really really really really talking talking talking talking body body body body was was was was pushed pushed pushed pushed by by by by the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old American American American American bounced bounced bounced bounced back back back back after after after after losing losing losing losing the the the the first first first first set set set set to to to to rise rise rise rise to to to to a a a a five five five five one one one one lead lead lead lead in in in in the the the the second second second second but but but but body body body body responded responded responded responded and and and and pushed pushed pushed pushed the the the the set set set set to to to to a a a a tiebreaker tiebreaker tiebreaker tiebreaker went went went went on on on on to to to to win win win win six six six six three three three three seven seven seven seven six six six six claiming claiming claiming claiming the the the the break break break break is is is is seven seven seven seven points points points points to to to to to to to to body body body body slam slam slam slam hundred hundred hundred hundred thirty thirty thirty thirty winners winners winners winners during during during during the the the the one one one one hour hour hour hour and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven minute minute minute minute battle battle battle battle the the the the victory victory victory victory secured secured secured secured bodies bodies bodies bodies third third third third grand grand grand grand slam slam slam slam title title title title joining joining joining joining Wimbledon Wimbledon Wimbledon Wimbledon and and and and the the the the French French French French Open Open Open Open I'm I'm I'm I'm grandma grandma grandma grandma like like like like us us us us
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Barty to face Collins in bid to end Australian title drought
"Danielle Danielle Danielle Danielle Collins Collins Collins Collins has has has has won won won won through through through through to to to to her her her her first first first first grand grand grand grand slam slam slam slam final final final final the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old American American American American overpowering overpowering overpowering overpowering the the the the seven seven seven seven seat seat seat seat of of of of former former former former French French French French Open Open Open Open champion champion champion champion because because because because one one one one pick pick pick pick to to to to reach reach reach reach the the the the finale finale finale finale of of of of the the the the Australian Australian Australian Australian Open Open Open Open Collins Collins Collins Collins played played played played aggressively aggressively aggressively aggressively from from from from the the the the start start start start of of of of the the the the match match match match never never never never ending ending ending ending slump slump slump slump take take take take into into into into the the the the battle battle battle battle and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven winners winners winners winners including including including including seven seven seven seven aces aces aces aces out out out out her her her her to to to to a a a a convincing convincing convincing convincing six six six six four four four four six six six six one one one one win win win win the the the the took took took took just just just just one one one one hour hour hour hour and and and and eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen minutes minutes minutes minutes a a a a reward reward reward reward is is is is a a a a showdown showdown showdown showdown with with with with the the the the top top top top seed seed seed seed and and and and world world world world number number number number one one one one ash ash ash ash Barty Barty Barty Barty the the the the Australian Australian Australian Australian out out out out playing playing playing playing Madison Madison Madison Madison keys keys keys keys in in in in a a a a sixty sixty sixty sixty two two two two minutes minutes minutes minutes six six six six one one one one six six six six three three three three victory victory victory victory I'm I'm I'm I'm Graham Graham Graham Graham I I I I gots gots gots gots
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"eight years later" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"By calling 1 805 118 42 again 1 805 118 42, Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this, would you? Right. This was a great study and important study because what they did. He was very interesting. This had the journal Neurology and check the Omega three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study of 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old at this point They did MRI scans of the women's brains and what they found. Steve, This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had higher Omega three index is, in other words, they had more omega threes in their red blood cells. The women that had more omega threes and their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more. Of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool, but not only that is a very important part of the brain notice the hippocampus very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much and make it three someone's taking in. So if you take omega three She will raise your Omega three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes you raise it up to you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera. So take the krill Omega 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more quill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well as the xanthan for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain. Protect your memory facilitated quick. That youthful thinking That's so fun to have when you when you feel sharp. When you feel like your brain is working Great. You have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better. You weekend a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this krill Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain their youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this cruel Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Dr Levin, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that it's so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula, while the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so amazing. This is really a breakthrough, Stephen. I mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny They're so small. Anybody can swallow these. My son Corey has trouble swallowing pills. He gets these down like they're nothing. They're much smaller. They're easy to swallow. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I didn't even talk about before you open the bottle up, Steve. It smells like lemons. We lock in the freshness again extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil, super charged in the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D, and what of value here Easy to swallow super fresh, great value again. My patients. If they were getting this stuff before they saw me they could be spending 75 $80 to get this combination so incredible value. And here's what I want you to do. Pick up the phone pretty quick, because believe it or not, 1000 sounds like a lot, but it's not Steve on bigger radio stations. They move fast, right right soon. Get your free bottle of krill, Omega 50. Plus, everybody's getting that. Don't worry. You're definitely going to get that. But if you wanted the 1st 1000 callers, then you get the free B 12 energy melts. You know, we need to talk about that one more time. But I wanted to get there too. And I demanded this. Because this is chronic 50. Plus, we want this but the folks Hey, if you're in your forties, and you feel run down, it's great for you to But 50 60 seventies folks in that age bracket. They're not absorbing the B 12 as well because they're losing some of the intrinsic factors in the GI tract that responsible for absorbing to be 12. So now you're put to be 12 energy melt on your tongue. He's delicious, and it just gets in there and boosts up those levels. B 12, What do you feel?.
"eight years later" Discussed on WTVN
"Saturday Morning Open phones and NewsRadio 6 10. W TVNZ, Bob Randolph, Emily Taylor in Master Control. And once they happy birthday to Brandon Boxer, it's his birthday today, and he like going back in text messaging asked him if his golden Buckeye card was on its way. To which I was told to keep my mouth quiet. And it's okay because I get a A r P stuff all the time. I just turned 50 this year. I don't want to see that kind of junk in my mail box. I really don't I don't need reminders of this. Thank you very much. If you would like to jump in 8 to 1 W T v at or 1 806 10 W. T V and let's go to let's see here. Uh, it's good to pat your on 16 w T v N You know? Pat you there. All right, Not there. Let's go to Jeff. You're on 16. W T V. A Good morning, Jeff. Yes. Thank you. For this day, every flexion and everything you and Emily do. I wanted to wish my parents happy Anniversary. They actually were in the 1993 bombing left the building shortly before The chaos. Wow! And and their wedding anniversary of September 11th so eight years later. Was there 46 anniversary which is 20 years ago. So happy 66 battery dead..
"eight years later" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well, Wendy Williams will be skipping her talk show promo due to ongoing health issues. It looks like she wants to focus on her health and not bring these pro, most to light and kind of take some Time for yourself a little bit, So she's having some Some stuff going on right now? Because the show comes back on the 20th. Yes, the 20th for the 13th season of it. There you go. Now Fan fans of the show manifest, You guys. They got what they wanted. Season four is coming. Warner Brothers and Netflix are working together on that worked on streaming when it left NBC or whatever it crushed on Netflix fans clamored because they had cancelled the show. Warner Brothers got together for a final fourth season. They're only going to do 1 20 episodes. Now The big thing was well, will they get everybody back? They've got everybody back signed and it looks like they're all Going to get a big raised due to the popularity of the show on NBC or Netflix. It looks like right now. Netflix is going to be the one hosting it because they're the one that took it over Canon. Watch that on her phone. She loves it. No, no, Casey and I watched Yes. And then he dropped me on the ledge. He leaves me on so many TV legend he decides after, like, one season. No, we're not named Diamond and or maybe even three episodes or six, but I liked it. Yeah, it's a great show. Remember when it's about anymore? Remember, they all fly, and they they're flying in. And they show up. Then it's like, eight years later, and then they're, but they're all still the same person. They were three hours ago. But then they're living a life. Eight years I had. And you know what that show did annoy me, too. I remember Casey and I love that. Sure. Some of those people get annoying. Oh, there you go. Yeah. There you go. And now we've got more news from Scarlett Johansson and Disney. Plus with this whole black widow situation, she's asking for more money, guys. $80 million she wants. In addition to the 20 million, she was paid to do it. So it looks like she's asking for $100 million in total for her work with black widow. Her lawyer has.
"eight years later" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"The machines that make our civilization run and the people whose ingenuity created them. I'm 10 years old questioning my father about what's possible and what's not. How about flying faster than sound? I ask Oh, I think that will happen someday, he replies. Indeed. It did. Just eight years later. How about a rocket ship to the moon? I wonder I think so. He answers but not in our lifetimes yet. We got there 29 years later with both of us Still quite alive, But this is 1940 I press on. Fly faster than light. He looks at the ceiling speculatively. I don't know. I don't think so. Time for the $64 question. How about a time machine? Will we ever traveled in time machines? This time, he shakes his head and says, No, I believe that really is impossible. My father, a newspaper writer, knew the change was afoot in 1925. Long before anyone had split the atom. He'd done a newspaper editorial on the future of power from nuclear fission. But time travel lay outside, even his speculations. And for me, it remains right up there with tooth fairies, world peace and safe cigarettes. Still, I'm a sucker for a good time Travel yard. Those stories first took the form of HG wells time machine vehicles. We could ride back and forth along time single track. Later, people became increasingly aware of paradoxes that might occur if we went back and messed with the past 12 years after the conversation with my father, Ray Bradbury played that theme with chilling force in his short story, a sound of thunder Unit tourists visit the past one accidentally crush is a butterfly, then returns to a horribly altered present. My wife and I read and enjoyed a new variation in the book, The Time Traveler's wife. Forget science fiction. Now Time travel is a literary device. A woman's life follows linear time The man's life pops up out of sequence in random segments of hers. The story is more about information flow than time travel tracing. Who knows what and when makes a tantalizing jigsaw puzzle. Our latest foray the movie, The Lake House, plays another leitmotif on time travel. What travels now is pure information. The instrument isn't a machine but a magical mailbox through which letters pass across a two year gap. Critics who view the movie is science fiction, hated those who see it as a parable about opportunities, missed and claimed, like it all that maybe that's why I like time travel stories. They remind me that I live either in a deterministic universe with only one timeline or I can choose opportunities if I could go back in time with freedom of choice, you and I would never know that sells choices would return him to a different present. Not to our present. His writers of time travel stories recognize that fact they contrive new and more interesting stories, ones that recognize how choice creates a lack of symmetry between past and present. After all, future travel. That's something we all do all the time..
The Ortho Show
"eight years later" Discussed on The Ortho Show
"And how did let's talk about the selection process. I mean you know it. It's gotten super competitive at this point. Now when you're trying to figure out where you're going to a sports fellowships what other fellowships did you look at it. And what were your thoughts as you were applying and going through the the fellowship gig. Yes so for me. It was genuinely it was k. Jonker boston i wanted to be from day one because of my childhood and kind of knowing the names and being a part of la seeing these doctors and so from you as it was a dream of mine. I remember when i got that letter. I was at a house. Gillette hospital in a pedes rotation and we got the message you know where your your match results are inside kind of in between cases before i went to go meet. The next patient went to the stairwell. Too nervous i was nervous. I wasn't going to get that number one choice. And i look at it and you know it's k- jock and i call. My time was was my my girlfriend now. Wife and i call her and i really had a tear. My is so excited about it. But i i was really into a lot of other brother programs. As well to be honest i ever was every program i interviewed on was fantastic. I had my heart set on gauge off. From the moment. I i applied or far far before that. But i i was looking at cleveland. Clinic mayo actually. Nato starting their program they just have some all star surgeons and just really great great humans. I was looking at the new york programs. The chicago programs basically all the all the big sports medicine programs all throughout the country. I was i was super interested in it was more about and you keep seeing the same people on the trail makes friends right and these people end up becoming your colleagues were. There's guys that. I interviewed with that through those ten fifteen interviews. They are now good friends. We're still texting each other's eight years later about cases soon as it was it's been a wonderful experience. There's nothing better than north family. Yeah no it totally is in the and it's funny the network that especially within the social media you know sort of linked in world and we'll talk a little bit about that or what you know so you have this lifelong dream and and how cool is that man now. Now not only. Are you going back home. But you know you're going to be on the floor. The lakers games helping to take care of those players. What how just so special amazing you know year and experience so so you were..
"eight years later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"518 42 again. That's 1 805 118 42. Now Don. I've seen these ads where they say that cruel oil is 48 times stronger than fish oil. Is that true? Does that make any sense? Well, you know, obviously he's the cruel guys talking right? Right, right. But you could look at both ways. Let's get into krill in just a moment. But first, let's add the fish oil guys on the shoulder because you know you could say that the fish oil is better and stronger. But we're talking about the concentrated high omega three fish oil here because It's higher and you'll make it three is the EPA and D H A. That are so important for the heart, the brain the memory mood, your eyes, your skin, your hair, your nails. So in one sense, you could say, well, the fish oils better. But in another sense, I have to hand it to the cruel guys because in terms of antioxidant power krill oil is extraordinary. And it's because there's a molecule and cruel oil that's naturally occurring. Called asked as handsome and this asked his anthem, Steve, This is one of the most powerful antioxidants we've ever discovered Steve by one. Measure of antioxidant activity at 6000 times stronger than vitamin C So amazing that the accident power in the krill and now as we're getting older 50 plus others like myself. I'm 52 we don't make as many antioxidants naturally are antioxidant systems are kind of slowing down. And at the same time we're producing more free radicals. Naturally, this is why we call it cruel. Omega 50, plus extra antioxidant power an extra krill Remember 500 mg of cruel instead of 300. 67% more plus the vitamin D so important for us, and this is just incredible value. I have folks that were going out and they were getting the krill separately and the fish oil separately. The anti option you can spend 75 bucks doing that You're getting it all for free. Today. This is the best of both worlds. This combination product with the cruel and official. It's not one being better than the other. They're both great. And this is the best of both worlds, You know, Thank God for purity products. I'm serious seriously, because when you think about where our food supply is gone, and where we are today, we have to have something that allows us to feel better as we age to age gracefully. It's amazing to me is which, and that's why I love the way the purity gives away the free bottles because you know people can be skeptical. Could be skeptical. But now they can be skeptical. And they say, Okay, you know what? This sounds pretty important. I'm going to give this a go. It's only gonna cost me 6 95. And they get it and they try it out and what they start to see because it doesn't take long. Remember that joint studies seven days 28% more comfortable, but they start to seize. Hey, I'm more comfortable. I feel better. They noticed their energy is better than they realized. Hey, you know what? This is important and they tell their friends and they tell their relatives and they tell their loved ones and purity has been doing business this way for I don't know, 20 years now and you know this is a great testimonial by Gracie five Out of five stars, she writes. It works. I feel a difference in my joints after only one week. Also, you have the nice Just staff. That's what that's what great spirits you have the nicest staff people will appreciate working with purity. They're fantastic company. They put their money where their mouth is. They give out free bottles and you try and you're like, Wow, This is great stuff. Thank God for purity. Let's talk about the heart health for a moment. It's probably the single greatest concern that people face as they age. So anything that we can do to boost heart health becomes really a top priority. You know this? I know this and those folks out there know this as well. And I know you mentioned earlier that omega threes literally lower our risk of coronary heart disease. Do I? Have that correct. That's a big statement, You know? Absolutely. I mean protecting the heart. This is what put Omega threes on the map. Back in the seventies, Dr Dyrberg discovered you know how protective they were for the Eskimos. The bottom line is we'll make it through to protect our heart in so many ways they promote a smooth rhythmical heartbeat important for the body's normal inflammatory response in the heart muscle inside the arteries and veins. They promote those youthful, flexible arteries. So important for circulation. They promote healthy blood platelet activity. Healthy red blood cell. Cell activity. They support a healthy blood pressure. That's very important Triglycerides. So they do so much for the heart. So simply amazing cardiovascular protection with these Omega threes, Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes, and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology. And what they did is they deal making three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old At this point, they did MRI scans of the women's brains and what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain. Volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool. But not only that is a very important part of the Marine noticed the hippocampus, very important part of the brain that facilitates learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much making three someone's taking in. So if you take omega Race, You will raise your Omega three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega three as you read it. So you want to have more omega threes in your bloodstream? Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joint into the brain, etcetera. So take the Kremlin maker 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more quill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil. Vitamin D in there, as well as his anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain..
"eight years later" Discussed on WSB-AM
"All kinds of things? And home. Fix it. Stuff at 40487207 50, but first on the home, fix it hotline joining us from Cooper piano as it work. Blake Cooper has joined us. Good morning, Blake Cooper. Hey, how you doing? I'm doing well and I've never talked this subject on the home fix it show before ever. But I was walking through my house and have a piano in my house. And I thought, you know how, but there's a lot of people have pianos. In their homes. And maybe we could just kind of touch on some piano stuff as we move along this morning. Well, Dave, you know, I'm I'm a little bit biased. I don't think houses at home without a piano with There you go. You know, I told you when I talk to you during the week. The piano is something almost Everybody takes a piano lesson or a year half a year And they all hate it back when there's 789 10 years old, But when you get to be 40 45, you're like God, I wish I'd had kept that up a little bit. It just seems to be one of those things that you kind of regret not doing later Form a perfect example. I started when I was four, and I didn't like it at all. And they made me do it, which was even worse. That's right. Yeah, I never really had an appreciation. Until you know I'd learned to play the guitar and I got in a band and, you know music. Yeah, I was cool at that point, which you know it wasn't cool to play the piano. When I was young. I want to play baseball and get in trouble. Exactly. I think thats everybody started and later in life, so Only just going to touch on some piano things here because pianos and houses are just good to have and a lot of people. I think I'm trying to put myself in other people's minds, but Pianos are really expensive, aren't they? Do they come in a wide variety of price ranges? Are they all 15 grand? Oh, well, you know, you can probably get a piano pretty much where any price A lot of people are trying to get him away because, you know, it's been in the house they bought or whatever. And and, uh, you know the thing that people don't realize about pianos, they're quite difficult Move. And you know, there could be a number of issues because there's 9000 parts in the piano. And, uh but no, we sell pianists pretty much all price ranges, and they're not all really heavy, either. They make pianist Now that you can plug headphones into and play it late at night, while somebody's watching T V, So it's it's It's really a lifestyle kind of thing. You know what I never even thought about the other kind of the electrical pianos and and think that I'm thinking, you know the uprights and the the grand pianos and things like that, But they do make them now that Our full 88 kids And you can you know you plug them in. And in fact, I see you at the home show a lot and almost every piano. I see it. The home show has some kind of electronics attached to it is that the way pianos are going now? Well, you know, when I was a kid going home shows really saw the latest greatest remember Step stairs. You know this chair going up the stairs and where they're trying to sell the latest and greatest and in pianos, and it's just the same as it is today. You know, we're there with The latest technology, whether it's a player piano that you can play with your cell phone, or, you know whether it's uh, you know, digital piano, which you know you can play with headphones interact with an iPad through Bluetooth. I mean, there's a world of Technology that's out there. That's usually what we take to the home show. Although we do have the elegant, you know, grand pianos it sit in your foyer and you know a nice and ceiling and you know things like that is a very elegant piece to have in your home. Okay, Just yes or no right here. I got to check in my pocket. I'll take a baby grand from you this afternoon for $4500. Well, we do have one. No, I was just hoping for the Yes, Well, Oh, yes. He's here with you when we get off there and give me the address. Yeah. Okay. You can you can see uh cooper piano, cooper piano dot com and you'll see that they buy they rent their service. They learn you can learn piano. From them. Move. Anything that has to do with the piano you can do at at Cooper Piano is if I have a piano and I live on the second floor, the third floor how in the world you guys get that piano up to me? Oh, let me tell you something. We have got men that have been with me for many, many years, and this is very specialized work. I've seen all sorts of problems. We get calls from all sorts of moving companies where they busted the piano. We've got to go and get it and fix it. It's very hard, you know, and you have to have a lot of equipment and experience. People understand the leverage in moving pianists because the human body really isn't designed to pick up a piano because you can't really get around and use your legs, things like that. And then obviously the stairs are constricted in terms of how much room you have so You know, That's what we sometimes we try and say, Hey, look, why don't you get a digital piano because it's easier to get up there. Okay. How long ago if I get a you guys do a lot of used piano sales. I believe. I mean, you'll you'll be getting from a school or you're getting back from a school and and you're getting like that. How long can I expect a piano to last in my house? Well, if you bought a piano new and and take care of it properly, it would last as long as a human being. Okay. What do you mean? Take care of it properly? How? What's the proper way to take care of it? You have to tune the piano a couple times a year. There's £40,000 of tension on the piano, so you need to keep it constant. It needs to be in a decent environment where the temperature, humidity or consistent Water is the worst enemy for a piano. You can't leave it in a basement in the bay window where the sons you know, beating down on it just won't be stable. But if you're comfortable the pianist comfortable And with, you know, a couple of services per year virtually last forever. All right, I'm speaking with Blake Cooper from Cooper Piano. Is there a shortage of pianos at the moment? Because there seems to be a shortage of everything else in the world due to the Covid. Is there a charge by wanted a new piano and, uh, could I get well in a week? That's a very important question. And we do have supply issues chips and you know, even cardboard, all sorts of problems. But we have suppliers many choices. We have plenty. Lots of inventory. I probably have 200 people pianist and I always can get instruments from quality manufacturers because Been buying for so many years and and we know how to prevent things because we've been through a number of pandemics. Actually, two of those and then recessions, wars and, you know, change is always been a big thing for of my company. All right, Let me ask you this. Then I got a piano. I want to upgrade my piano Say I've got you know, basically that there is such a thing as a basic beginner piano. I'm not talking about electric. Now I'm just talking about a piece of furniture basic. There's a basic beginner piano that Probably costs a grand. Maybe I'm just guessing here, but well, go ahead continues. We have used pianos from 1000. We got a new one on sale for about 3500. These are going to be upright Pianos in numerous finishes. Black polishes pick popular finished with Wood finishes and then uh, as a matter of fact, we have used Wurlitzer piano in here for 12, 88 and isil from brand when they came out, and the piano is marvelous. It's in a kind of a dated cabinet because back when I was a kid they were doing early, American naughty pine, you know. Things like that. And and today the You know the styles are much different. But, hey, it tunes up and plays and it would be perfect to start a six year old child to change their life through music. Yes, it would. Is there a resale value to a piano? If say, I get one for my six year old child, and it's eight years later, and I've kept pretty good care of it. But it's just not going to click..
"eight years later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That's 67% more plus the vitamin D so important for us, and this is just incredible value. I have folks. They were going out and they were getting the krill separately and the fish oil separately. The anti option you can spend 75 bucks doing that. You're getting it off for free. Today. This is the best of both worlds is combination product with the cruel and official. It's not one being. Better than the other. They're both great. And this is the best of both worlds, You know, Thank God for purity products. I'm serious seriously, because when you think about where our food supply is gone, and where we are today, we have to have something that allows us to feel better as we age to age gracefully. It's amazing to me is we're talking. That's why I love the way the purity gives away the free bottles because you know people can be skeptical would be skeptical. But now they can be skeptical. And they say, Okay, you know what? This sounds pretty important. I'm going to give this a go. It's only gonna cost me 6 95. Five and they get it and they try out and what they start to see, because it doesn't take long. Remember that joint studies seven days 28% more comfortable, but they start to see is Hey, I'm more comfortable. I feel better. They noticed their energy is better than they realized. Hey, you know what? This is important and they tell their friends and they tell their relatives and they tell their loved ones and purity has been doing business this way for I don't know, 20 years now and you know this is a great testimonial by Gracie five Out of five stars, she writes. It works. I feel a difference in my joints after only one week. Also, you have the nicest staff. That's what that's what great if you have the nicest staff, people better appreciate working with purity. They're fantastic company. They put their money where their mouth is. They give out free bottles and you try and you're like, Wow, This is great stuff. Thank God for purity. Let's talk about the heart health For a moment. It's probably the single greatest concern that people face as they age. So anything that we can do to boost heart health becomes really a top priority. You know this? I know this and those folks out there know this as well. And I know you mentioned earlier that all men Two threes literally lower our risk of coronary heart disease. Do I have that? Correct? That's a big statement, You know? Absolutely. I mean, protecting the heart. This is what put Omega threes on the map. Back in the seventies, Dr Dyrberg discovered you know how protective they were for the Eskimos. Right? The bottom line is we'll make it three is prepared to heart in so many ways. They promoted smooth, rhythmical heartbeat important for the body's normal inflammatory response in the heart muscle inside the arteries in veins, they promote those youthful, flexible artery Sult. Important for circulation. They promote healthy blood platelet activity. Healthy red blood cell activity. They support a healthy blood pressure. That's very important Triglycerides. So they do so much for the heart. So simply amazing cardiovascular protection with these Omega threes, Doc, this study you sent me on this omega threes and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great Study because what they did he was very interesting this out of the journal Neurology, and what they did is they check the Omega three level in the red blood cells of women 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old At this point, they did MRIs. Chance of the women's brains and what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. He found that the brain volume for the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the MRI measurements. That's really cool. But not only that there is a very important part of the brain noticed the hippocampus very important part of the brain that facility It's learning facilitates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure. How much make it three someone's taking in. So if you take omega three, she will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega three as you read it, So you want to have More omega threes in your bloodstream. Very important. That's how it infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into their brain, etcetera. So take the Kremlin maker 50. Plus you get the krill oil 67% more krill oil so fantastic for the joints. You get the high omega three fish oil, vitamin D in there as well, as does anthem for extra antioxidant power and protect that brain. Protect your memory facility that quick that youthful thinking that's so fun to have when you feel sharp. When you feel like to bring his work in Greek, you have that brain energy. It's more fun. It's more fun to be in a conversation. You feel better your weekend a bit. You have that energy. You feel mentally alert. You feel alive. That's the way I want to feel. That's the way young people feel. That's why we put this in this krill Omega 50. Plus, we want people to feel younger. We want people to maintain the youthful vigor and attitude. And that's what this cruel Omega 50 Plus is all about. All right. I got to tell you, Doctor Lemon, I take the krill Omega 50 Plus and one of the things that I absolutely love about the pills that is so small. I mean, it's so easy to take and so much better than trying to Swallow one of those Omega three horse pills. You know the bigger ones. Anyone can take these with ease, and that's what's great about it. Tell us how did you supercharge this formula while at the same time shrinking the capsule size? How do you do that? Right? It's so it's so amazing. This is really breakthrough. Stephen. I Mean, for those of you that are picturing this huge will make it three pill. It's not like that. These are tiny. Anybody can swallow these. And now with our lemon lock flavor system, which I can't even talk about before you open the bottle up to the It smells like lemons. We lock in the freshness again. Extra antioxidant protection. Extra krill oil high omega three fish oil supercharging the amount of omega threes in their vitamin D..
"eight years later" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Gave a lot of folks a tiresome giving space for the types of spread out and so what i was presenting was maybe like two point. Version of wet clock started out. It was like going back in time. It was something that resonates with with founding philosophy. The clocks brand terror plot was the ideal test because it was a small company could produce this year. Put it in the line and see how it went fossil. Which i think maybe seven or eight years later. The vivo Was outselling all of the other. Terror product products They changed the name of the company. Today by baxter. That's the company that is in existence. Today let's jump into what we know about american footwear. And maybe that's the wrong term or identity their footwear at large. What did you discover as far as what the challenges were in. What people really didn't know about their footwear. And the shoes at they're picking and then the challenges that you were trying to overcome in developing your product to make sure that when someone put a pair of your shoes on news absolutely no way they can turn back. Always say that the shoe on the foot and the way we use up audio link. I don't think you can talk about the shoe in isolation on careful to point out because sometimes people.
THE X & Y SHOW
"eight years later" Discussed on THE X & Y SHOW
"When a guy sale fucking go into mayor you know eight years later you know or sometimes they say yeah. Yeah t my mind. They win not right for each other. I'm not good enough for you. Off he all you shit you a damn thing. He wants his ring back. And you go your separate ways. He was never intending on marrying you. All the ring was for it was shutting the fuck up so you can leave him alone for a little while. Still fuck you but you know not being aggravated on winter. We get married. I wanna get married. If you're not gonna marry me you need to let me go out to heal. Once he gave you that ring. he didn't have to hit them at bullshitting. No more you bought it. You fail three okay. Bilk you allowed him to put a lien on your pussy and some of those guys so dirty. you know. they're engaged you. They still fucking other people. You know some really lowdown motherfuckers fucked some men. Just wanna shut you the fuck. They don't fuck anyone else but they don't wanna hit that bullshit from you every other week. When are we getting married so some just purely give you the rain so you shut the fuck up. Go out and buy rain in any ring in you know here here here. Here we lead me to follow about engagement is nothing more than lean on a pussy and for you to shut the fuck up in a lot of you. Women fall ship every day. Oh i got a ring. Oh yes we're going to get married doesn't mean anything is it doesn't mean anything until he says i do if he doesn't say i do it doesn't mean shit.
KLIF 570 AM
"eight years later" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It seems that the participants taking Omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here. When you talk about memory, that is something that kind of slips as we get older. Tell us more about this. Would you write? This was a great study because what they did. He was very interesting. This had a bit journal Neurology. And what they did is they checked the omega three level in the red blood cells of women. 1000 women, older women, So this is a big study 1000 women. But then again eight years later, and the women were on average 78 years old At this point, they did M R. I scans of the women's brains and what they found. Steve. This is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had Maura Omega threes in their red blood cells, the women that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining Maura of the youthful size of the brain. Their brains were bigger. You could see it plainly in the Emory measurements. That's really cool, but not only that there's a very important part of the brain notice the hippocampus very important part of the brain that facilitates learning, facilitates memory and It was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much I'm making three. Someone's taking in. So if you take omega threes, you will raise your Omega Three index. We know this. It's a fact you take Omega threes. You raise that. So you want to have more omega threes in your bloodstream? Very important that I would infuses and all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain, etcetera..
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"eight years later" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"And composed Louie Louie rhythm and blues song. Eight years later, the king's men recorded it, and it became a standard of pop and rock music song is based on the tune. El Loco Touch Up popularized by Rene to say. And it's yet another example of Latin influence on American in on American music. But the most interesting thing about the song Louie Louie by the King's men Is that when they released it? Many of the lyrics are indecipherable. They sort of slur the words and there were some out there who were convinced If this was a plot to overthrow the nation, and so the FBI investigated it must be scandalously bad. Perverted pornographic. What kind of words were they use it. Are they speaking in tones if you played it backwards. So for two years did the FBI investigate and on this day 1965 They ended their investigation into the song. Determining that the largely indecipherable live lyrics are not obscene. Can you imagine? A bunch of guys in suits sitting around, but just stand Lewin. Okay? What? We got to go. Was that me? Well, what does that mean? What? Where's he going? Where is he going? See that's a communist.
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"eight years later" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"So she says rest assured despite your worries which. I'm sure she would have shared with pauline. About how pearly. I'm doing and so on your soul sees its wings. Grow bigger every day or rather. It can't see this but it doesn't mean it's any less true we can. You don't see it but we see and the day will come in the not so distant future when those wings will be ready to unfold again looking forward to her passage from this life to eternity. Then jesus will give a sign and the little dove francois's today's will fly to heaven without further. Ado little sister. Don't worry about sister. Marie of the angels pictures. You didn't hurt anyone on the contrary everyone loves you. And has the fondest memories of you and leonie would always marvel at this She would just marvel at the way she was loved she. She never expected it. She didn't know was there and when it was shown to her of course it made her really happy but it was always marveled to her mother. Subprime orissa condition hasn't changed. Keep praying for her and for me because it hurts me terribly to see her suffer. Sometimes or other often are recalled. The lovely conversations we had on the garden steps and i immediately feel a pain in my heart as before the more you get to know pauline the more you really learn to to to really appreciate her to i immediately feel a pain in my heart because those sweet moments of joy are now over. Then something inside me says soon. You'll be reunited forever and i feel comforted of you so much little sister with an exclamation point if you don't die before the beatification so they have no idea when the beatification will happen. Sometimes in the church you decades This is one thousand nine hundred fifteen in fact it would happen eight years later in nineteen twenty-three if you don't die before the beatification i'm still hoping as i said that will have permission to see you again and that you'll be able to come and venerate tarez reliquary point of fact That didn't take place. This was the last time that they would.
"eight years later" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"Men's for the wall there are always paper. Okay it's to the point. Where like i haven't even by the companion for spawn. Yeah huge spawn. Fan and image hasn't released any of the original material for and in a long time. They finally did a few months ago in heaven pulled the trigger yet. Because i don't wanna compendium come a boozy but i mean welcome to the collectors mentality collector. You like what you like you know. Yeah i noticed you go hard back more often than paper f which they no problem for you know what that just means that publication companies might have a problem with you because like we're not printing like that good luck and then you got away like almost eight years later. All right we're going to pray hardcover. Yeah you just think that is the problem that that's almost an episode to itself pros and cons of different collecting. You know. I mean because if you buy single issues you get the shit the soonest but man. You're going to have to the the most individual copies of things that shit is like the whole episode is just you venting and i'm sitting here like tell me how that makes you feel buddy well as much vanishes. There's there's literally pros and cons to a recollect. And i will say this mission. They will get things started the best way to collect honestly guys who are looking to get into reading comics It's definitely in the form of trade. Paperback is more expensive than single issues. But you get enough story if you like it or not to continue And is easier to read in a lot cheaper to read than an omnibus or an oversized hardcover. Yeah so if you're looking good. Started always working men trade paperbacks.
NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"eight years later" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"That part of life and give back in like that so right and then you were on. I watch the video. I watched the the little news segment. Lexus stevens creek volunteer awards. Eight years later than me. Say you jamie. Congratulations thank you. I'm not picking that up when you when you're hoisting the al mvp award as a future oakland a you look back on lexus of stevens creek..
103.5 KISS FM
"eight years later" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Of training showgirl, Barkley. Are we trauma talking? What? The book of my head. Uh, Christy and message Catania. You had like a debutante training? Yeah, kind of. So we had to What happened? There's like a slice of I'm from a very small town, right? And there's like a small town pageant That happens every year. And every woman doesn't like if you don't miss Miss Tammy or something. Yeah, junior message. But Amy OK, Micheline, Right Miss Constitution because, like the Constitution Week was made of my small town. Oh, so it's like a whole thing is so you have to do Little pageant and give to train on heels for three months just to do the pattern that's really made the Constitution The Constitution Week. Nothing. It's like the Constitution wasn't made a mess of Catania. What constitutional feet downtown, not the Constitution. Philadelphia's a much bigger city than Mesopotamia. Kiss you If you're wondering, they got that bell that cracked bell. They're already boat. That's very important, but we have a coffee. Very similar. Yeah, constitutionally, Okay, not to ramble too much. But I also thought when I went to see the Liberty Bell for their one and only time I I thought it would be much bigger. I didn't think them were you younger because I feel like whenever my mom would take me two things like that. I would totally ruin X. I was underwhelmed. Um, I mean, I don't think I acted up. I think I was more excited about The food. We were gonna eat next or something. I think I was, of course, in Philadelphia in high school. I was obsessed with cheese steaks or whatever. She took me to old faithful and like the guys or whatever. And it was a group of you when I was like, that's all. That's why we came this whole way that everyone I thought that is an adult about a few things I've seen. But I never say it out loud because I don't want to offend the people who like it's the greatest thing that ever happened. Remember whatever. They have a season pass to go see it and you're like This is it I regret when I was this is a big deal for my parents. They saved up for a long time to take my my graduation present from them was they took me on a trip to Europe and my sister got to go, too. By the way, I didn't get to go on hers. That was a raw deal. Eight years later, I didn't get a free trip to Europe. I was anticipating that I would Didn't but this is a big deal, and they planned it out for a very long time, and they spared. No expense is that they were very product. I guess that I graduated high school. Not that I had a choice or whatever, but they let me drink on that trip because it was Europe. And I regret that because, like we're in these amazing places in the whole time, I'm thinking where I get my next beer. Like what? Time's lunch? What time is dinner? You know, we're like in Amsterdam with the and Frank house and I'm like cool. What? Time's lunch? Because, you know, I just didn't I was too young too like I was too young to fully appreciate what I was seeing. Junket. The loo. Fred, I gets to know you did release and I snorted at ladder like that's it. It's a little did you snort on it? Just look at this in a big group of people. I was like, that's it, and I snore because I was laughing at. It was so small. Yeah, I just don't know. Anyway, I gotta go back. Yeah, to take us with you. I've never been to Europe friend. You should go. Let's go. We'll do a field trip to Europe doing Let's go. We'll do it. I don't know how we got here from socks to team Europe. No, I guess I guess Hanjin, what's going on? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know how we got here. I guess, over time with the Constitution and landmarks and whatever else I just I didn't. I didn't realize I didn't know if if you had received some sort of formal training on how to be a lady or something. Is that what it sounds like You did? Sounds like you did. You had to practice walking on heels and things which would make sense, But I guess you know, Kayla didn't do that. You just figured it out. I mean, I was the worst one in the pageant, so it wasn't Yeah. You guys have to do J around here. Junior achievement? No, it was like I want to say was a frayed maybe seventh or eighth grade. We had to go. Just say no to a place. Um, it was like girls in my class had to go and they taught you like how to dance. Do a fox trot on They taught you how we get square dancing in like gym class..
The Jayna and Aimee Experience
"eight years later" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience
"Off because arranged with it the books a lot more edgier than the film. That will have trickle warning. Actually yes it will. It'll be briefly. I go into it but it will all mention it so to be rested. Mike consider. I think it's good to have a trick warning even. Don't go into much detail about the agree. If you take a song added a phil what would it be. and why. she's so gung because of the message. I know after i saw people go nio. He's got be a famous singer. Eight years later. Aladdin came out anything she wants to say. I was gonna say to take out a song. they're all different in their own ways. But i'm going to have to agree with you on. She's so gone. Just because i get why they didn't mohan charlie get together. Yeah because they. Because naomi was gonna turn late. Eighteen next at the year to film came out so it was like just you know not it would have caused outcry. Had they got together so before. Amy goes on a tangent yes we should probably end this. Yes i am. Famous book audio. Brad's thanks for listening. And we will talk to tamar yet and before we go. I decided something. We finally came up with a schedule. Yes we have to take a month enough off yeah. We're doing mondays tuesdays and wednesdays because we were behind we did not release episode monday however starting next week we will have a schedule in place. Yes next week. Next monday will have to episodes days. Because you have a musician front. Hey i say do not be episode because we one worry about two time zones rather shock. They do luckily i eastern time. So it's not as bad as is if i was like on the west coast because the eight hours instead five. Yes that would be paid to try record so anyway Ended that for your. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next time bye..