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Meghan and Harry Welcome Second Child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Meghan and Harry Welcome Second Child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana

"The second baby for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex it's officially here Megan gave birth to healthy go on Friday a spokesperson for prince Harry and Meghan says the couple welcomed their child deliberate lead down I'm old box and wouldn't say that daughter weighed in at seven pounds and eleven ounces her first name Elizabeth is a nod to match the the queen's nickname her middle name is in honor of a grandmother and Harry's mother the baby is eighth in line to the British throne no photos of the newborn or the Sussex's accompanied the announcement seven Sheckley London

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"If you have a dog it's way too dangerous if your pet gets into it when in doubt you don't want to induce vomiting if your dog just got into gone because I do worry your dog can have a life threatening low blood sugar within thirty minutes or even an hour getting into this you always want to get your veterinarian your E. R. that right away or call the ASPCA animal poison control for a life saving advice the second poise and that I often times see and briefcases backpacks are lunch boxes are grapes and raisins now we don't actually know if grapes and raisins are poisonous to cats this is more of a dog then but when dogs eat grapes raisins they eat out huge amounts I once had a dog going to kidney failure from getting into eleven ounces of raisins I've seen so many dogs get into backpacks ready eat a little snack sized container raisins sometimes it happens more during Halloween when those terrible neighbours giveaways little boxes of raisins and sent a candy grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure and while we don't know the exact reason of how it causes that about fifty percent of dogs that get into it will develop kidney injury now we measure kidney values on a blood test and we're looking at B. when and creatinine those are two simple tests that look at kidney function in dogs and cats if your dog got into a great berets and now one grape one reason not going to be a big deal but if it's more than a handful I do become. concerned especially if your dog is small while there's no toxic dose of grapes and raisins we call it idiosyncratic poisoning that's a fancy way of saying we don't know if there's a toxic dose there are some dogs that get into one great every day for the rest of their life and never have an issue and there's a healthy Labrador who may eat one pound of raisins and potentially die from kidney failure great so maisons du saying a stomach for a long time so if your dog got into great surveys and so you do want to get to a that right away or your yard that because oftentimes will induce vomiting even hours out to help prevent that kidney damage that can happen to your dog most the time if the dog gets into it I hospitalize them for at least twenty four to forty eight hours while I flesh out their kidneys with IV fluids to make sure they don't have underlying kidney injury thankfully the prognosis is pretty good as long as they don't develop any kidney injury then next poison we can see a lot and backpacks or lunch boxes are macadamia nuts in this sounds strange but macadamia nuts are the only not out there that are truly poisonous the dog gets into peanuts or almonds or cashews I don't worry quite as much it's macadamia nuts now macadamia nuts contain about eighty percent fat a little bit of sugar and these are really really tasty and they're usually chocolate covered most people when they go on vacation a whole YA will bring back some chocolate covered macadamia nuts well if you do this make sure not to put it in your kid's backpack macadamia nuts because a neuro muscular reaction where temporarily your dog can't walk for about twenty four to forty eight hours it can also really inflame the pancreas resulting in pancreatitis and acting because signs of vomiting or diarrhea or not wanting to eat the safest thing to do is keep macadamia nuts especially if they're chocolate covered how to reach the next couple of toxins these are less common but if you put a bunch of onion sacks into a backpack. can potentially be an issue now one or two onions and a sandwich that you make for your kid not gonna be a big deal at all but we don't want to make it a habit of eating our dog anions mall the food you should never obviously have this in your backpack or your lunch box but if you happen not leave a sandwich in your backpack you forgot about it all weekend in your dog got into it really rarely mall the food can cause tremors.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Very quickly what I needed to do to be able to retire wishes to bill to replace the rest of my bills so I went out and bought additional houses now when I started I was paying twenty five thousand dollars a house and I was a really good negotiator. and that's a joke I go to the next guy when I bought a house number five he said I'll pay you twenty five thousand dollars the median price at the time was about fifty thousand dollars and so my great negotiation skills that was okay I've already bought for twenty five because somebody showed me I could do that colleges offer twenty five thousand and of course the person came back to me said no way never to million years right so you buy a house for twenty five thousand dollars I'll give you for twenty six thousand. and so I bought one of twenty six thousand per se and I don't know the exact number and I don't think it's the role that but I did that again and again and again so pretty soon you know I was negotiating again coming it's okay I'll give you twenty six thousand they said no I'll take nothing less than twenty seven. and you know pretty soon it was twenty eight. pretty soon as White House is the thirty at some point you know I kind of ran out of money. and also else got a good feeling like wow house we can be pretty expensive the forty thousand dollars a door my portfolio at that time was filled with all single family houses. okay and kind of run out of cash so at that point I decided what he needed to do was are partnering with other people because people were seeing these high rates of return our cash flow then let's say if you know get a how to present religion a cash flow very simple to go to guide to look. let's do this deal are you put up the money I'll do the work. and will split this fifty fifty and I got a guy who agreed to do that we bought we had a contractor by eleven houses. and right before we close guy. changes Miley said no I'm not going to take I don't want fifty percent of the income on putting up all the money so what will you do we sell with seventy five percent and I had hit a crossroads right there. and the cross roads was at a I had no credibility. other than that a few houses I had no partnerships under my belt I had no. elements to get a look at where I was that make major decisions whether that was being fair or not so I felt you know let's do it for the educational factor. this decision to do things sometimes for the educational factor has led to my success throughout my entire life that I'm not just doing things to burn a little bit more money I'm doing things to be able to to create options for me to create challenges for me that I can learn from. so we went out we bought a lot of houses at one time we put together now we'll see was the first LLC it ever put together which way back when the LLC was just being started before then everybody use limited. order ships and I was really one of the first couple ellos he's ever done and we put together an LOC we bought the eleven houses into the LOC operated eleven ounces. and you know I think at the top of my own eight or nine house of my own so this was like an immediate doubling of my portfolio. and do it was interesting because we purchased the property owner owner finance contract we from the guy in fact the truth the bettors I found the guy that sold me one house. and he his concept was you want to retire the old a bunch of houses and you own a couple small apartment complexes and a four plex and some four plex so his theory was. he was going to retire and give these properties to his kids and let them operate them he was gonna sell them to his kids let them operate them and then he was gonna take back notes in have income for the rest of his life. well he ran very quickly into the realization that the apple may not fall far from the tree but it could roll long way. all this sons and daughters who had taken over his real estate portfolio destroyed. sorry he decided to take it all back keep for close on all these kids because they wouldn't pay him the notes they owed and I bought one house promoted order finance note we came back to me as a dell and taking these properties back my kids who to Beatrice ought bought eleven houses from them at one time. and those Levin.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Presented by progressive insurance. join us on the show but it's before misled as we. part of our fall football toward agree totally it has been done a lot of pinstripes receive on it is my goal with Michael junior. one thing about that song so I've been going to cover college football points this season I got to view a Kansas Jayhawks game all right up weeks ago gets coastal Carolina going back there this weekend when they take on West Virginia and you talk to the coaches in the meetings before and we're talking to les miles and we heard this rumor that after winds and after practices he'll play New York New York for the team and we asked him why you know you were coaching down L. as you for about years your hands now and he says you know I took a trip to New York with my family one time it goes on walking around I go to your go to the store and I get a thing or just take a while as the best source you cite ever had because I go to the store down the street to go to the delegate to pay like a what was the best bagel ever had any because I slowly realized in a place like New York to get noticed you've got to be the best at whatever you do and I wanted that mind set to come to our players so now when we go out succeed we get a win I played New York New York to show them Hey this is what we've got to do to be the best of the best to stand out in a place like that does he have to explain that every single time he doesn't. twenty two to twenty two year olds have no I. in order. it's funny you said you had in your your sorry I had one too but it was just about me dancing at a bar in college all. your was really much better. what you don't know that much for the Yankees quit you what their eight million Ailey's title up throughout the morning this morning where it will where we're happy to see that of the things are dealing with on the field as well as off the field we have a lot to get to include what might have been the last game for jail in Ramsey in his career as a Jacksonville jaguar and why he might be moving on from his tea but we have it as an addition to our team Mike. are you sure you're looking down at the end. tearing up the thing. our one of our producers are show Ellie who is racer which was due on the of September eleventh with her first baby and you can tell her and her husband Michael are met fans baby she. baby should end of the world at twelve oh seven this morning eight pounds eleven ounces twenty two inches long all we're doing well so congrats. everybody. what. what time for doing this that's for sure yeah what he's probably glad I was gonna say maybe she's glad to to.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Been wearing it at night sense just in case Deborah Rodriguez CBS news now here's news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts things that warm ocean water still muggy along our coastline for most of the day today feeling more secure than anywhere else in the county temperatures cooling down compared to what we experienced over the weekend to sell a few degrees above seasonal averages we took her seventies at the beaches today mid to upper eighties for most of our inland valley communities on am seven sixty I'm is a tether Myers right now it's partly cloudy in seventy five in imperial beach bad news for NFL fans in Pittsburgh in New Orleans Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will undergo elbow surgery he is gone for the season in St quarterback drew Brees will have surgery today on his throwing hand he's out for the next six weeks Mike Slater's coming up though it AM seven sixty talking breaking news Hey mark Larson here coming up tomorrow live and local all the latest out of Sacramento now that they're done legislating what next what's the governor do will explain on the M. seven sixty talking breaking news but now back to Mike's later. baby baby baby born on nine eleven. I did not know. I don't like I like the attitude that I have recently. it's not good too much politics. totally baby born on nine eleven this is in Tennessee baby born on nine eleven September eleventh. at nine eleven AM. wow nine pounds eleven ounces come on see that's I don't yeah. NASA. now. you know it's one of those things where it was like nine pounds and ten point Donna dot that die and they did the roundup that big but I live in the. baby was born at nine twenty but yeah yeah whatever don't you think. there's no way did a minute to the minute to the out on the day. seems far fetched..

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I have said it before I will reiterate it here I think today United States of America two thousand nineteen the Democrat party is the largest hate group. in America and they are. the most dangerous. the Democrat party wants to deny Americans the right to self defense by taking away their guns. I want to deny non Democrats the ability to earn a living want to force people into an economic system that eliminates choice for consumers. they want to ban fossil fuels. this is so some force. am I look at how many young people buy into this it's shocking and scaring the idea that you can actually bam fossil fuels and that if we don't the earth isn't gonna be habitable in well twelve years according to Alexander okay still contains well it's eleven ounces he said a year ago. but. what are your solutions where solar wind and solar. is there anything other than fossil fuels that can power your average semi truck delivering a plant free meat. the whole foods. nope. is there anything. that can fly you using wind or solar from one city to another. no. is there anything winder solar that can heat your home in that drags of winter no. is there anything wind or solar. that can get you to and from work that can get stuff to and from the groceries knoll. Russia forgetting electric vehicle electric vehicles what do you charge them with you know charging with a windmill. you know charging with the solar panel your charge them with electricity which comes from what. they hated coal. after the guilty just fossil fuel of all. the idea that we can eliminate fossil fuels and maintain. civilization we couldn't the I. D. F. and yet the number of young people don't even think it through they do we we've got to get rid of fossil fuels to save the planet you can't. these people think fossil fuels were invented by fossil fuel companies to destroy the planet. yeah Exxon Mobil Texaco they don't care about the planet all they want are evil profit. say thank everybody involved the fossil fuel business is trying to destroy the planet there isn't a subject you know market your amazing things they work if there was an alternative to fossil fuels believe me. it would be up and running and making our heck of a lot of money. the fact that there isn't anything better than fossil fuels means that there isn't anything better it's not it's been kept off the market is not that the possible guys are suppressing it. there just isn't anything. these people have no concept of what it takes to produce the actual energy. that they consume in use each and every day wind and solar renewable sustainable. right right right I really worry about the overall. level. or lack of education. just average ordinary people this country have I got take a break we'll be back much more straight ahead don't is terrible the fed president trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow tells Rush Limbaugh why the negativity from experts is bogus in the September issue of ball ball letter it is informative it is D. and ma'am is it going to get it now at Rush Limbaugh dot com you're listening to the EIB network making your brain. Russia is on an S. T.. it happens every month. the moment you have to open your cell phone bill. how high it will that number be.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on Z104

"You may remember why would we talk about the baby that was born on July eleventh was on seven eleven seven at seven eleven PM and it weighed seven pounds and set eleven ounces remember how we were like wow seven eleven needs to do something for this seven eleven is going to put a college when together this kid and they've already pledged seven thousand one hundred eleven dollars which is nice yeah they don't have to do anything you have to do anything at all if I'm a day just give us the resources I he'd say more than seven thousand on the this one these I mean I use mom the same yeah don't the if you don't know yes they know we know everybody knows back at the these but the in just tell me Baghdad here in the mornings you looking with honey I'm a Kleenex to the book in it in the day yeah.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Let people in the door and let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests people need to be prepared and know that you do not have to open the door do not ice officers inside you do not have any information other than their name if they are arrested administration officials said that the coordinated action targeted about two thousand people with final deportation orders in major cities including Chicago Los Angeles New York and Miami the last century ago old man from planet earth stepped on to another world for the first time uniting people around the globe in a way not seen before or since really Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin setting foot on the moon July twentieth nineteen sixty nine the next time an American touches down on the moon it will be a woman according being too NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein he told CBS it will mark out America's return to the moon and NASA plans on doing it in five years that's right so we want to go back to the moon sustainably in other words had to stay on but we also want to keep our eye on what is president trump's goal what is his vision he wants to put an American flag on Mars so we go to the moon so we can learn how to live and work on another world and ultimately have more access to the solar system than ever before so that we can get no kidding to Mars but here is I think the important point about Artemis specifically in the nineteen sixties we we love Apollo what an amazing program contest of great powers the United States of America in the Cold War and of course we came out on top but I think the important thing is in those days all of our astronauts came from test pilots than fighter pilots and there were no opportunities for women today under the art in this program we have a very diverse highly qualified astronaut corps that includes women and Artemis in Greek mythology happens to be the twin sister of Apollo so now we go back to the new and she was the goddess of the moon by the way so now when we go back to the man we go with all of America and I think that's a great message so the first steps in twenty twenty four will be by woman that's the goal a female astronaut yes all of this requires at a rocket this never flown a space capsule it hasn't flown a lunar lander has even been designed yet given the track record how realistic is that five year time line so the way I talk about this there's two risks there's a technical risk and then there's political risk we would be on the moon right now if it weren't for the political risk we would be on Mars quite frankly by now had it not been for the political risk but as you've identified we did six arresting funding I'm talking about finding so in the past in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands we made efforts to go back to the moon and on to Mars and in each case the program was too long it took too too long and too much money what the president said is in order to retire the political risk we want to go faster we want to go within five years the vast majority of our earth says seven point seven billion inhabitants were born after Apollo ended including the four year forty four year old brightens the news overseeing the effort to go back to the moon well if you thought you got a sweet deal on July eleventh at seven eleven by scoring a free Slurpee on seven eleven at seven eleven consider this for a moment that Saint Louis couple got the ultimate seven eleven treatment when they welcome the birth of their daughter more than just the update that made it special for jamais brown that the child was born at the seven eleven PM if you're following the theme you can probably guess the child's weighed seven pounds eleven ounces of the fox TV station in St Louis reports the parents are thrilled and that the mom and baby are doing well the only thing that would add to this story was I don't know giving birth in the side of the seven eleven while getting your free Slurpee on the seven eleven and then I don't know maybe naming the baby Slurpee take us with you wherever you congradulations to the mother and father there take us with you wherever you go down the the talk stream live free mobile app more breaking news on the way right now a word from our sponsor did you know that the IRS is getting more aggressive these days they're using private agencies.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To Dr man tell and Senator Arpey gonna leave you with some more President Trump's remarks from this week's national prayer breakfast. As we say goodbye for now. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. Here with us today. Nicki and Tyler Watkinson. Are wonderful first lady Malania who's right now. Working very hard with a group of people and saying a few words on opioids is very much involved. She wanted to be here so badly, but you'll be here with us next year. Recently met with them. When she visited them at children's hospital was so impressed last year. Nikki went into early labor during a blizzard. As she and Tyler were driving to the hospital of their son Grayson was born in the front seat. He was born four months. Premature and weighed only one pound at eleven ounces. But he let out little tiny cries, and he made it to the hospital alive. Nikki and Taylor's entire community began to lift up grace and in their prayers and to the surprise of doctors he kept on improving improving improving. After four months of the hospital Nicki and Tyler brought home they're beautiful baby. Boy, just a few weeks ago, Grayson celebrated his first birthday he is a beautiful happy, healthy guy..

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on WTRH

"Here with author and speaker June hunt today was the national prayer breakfast. Our president our commander in chief use scripture to support his stand on what the law to be in this nation in any kind of politician does that I say who Ray I have been in the past to a number of the prayer breakfast in Washington DC, the there are certain people. I think it's like congressmen or senators a they have to tickets or x number, and then so you're able to go, and I was blessed the one time, and then a few other times to be at these prayer breakfasts. And it's it's really an impressive. Give time because almost always there is unity almost I will. Well, we'll talk about this one. If I have time, I'll tell you about the one for the most unusual kind of that. This is today. President Trump committed to helping protect faith-based adoption agencies and specifically quoted as you just said from the book of Jeremiah, this is a powerful sculpture. This is a scripture that turned me around. I didn't know anything about abortion. I had been quoted as taking a stand possessed a question by a columnists. This thing went all over the United States. And my answer was wrong. Hoops. Yup. In other words, I didn't know what was wrong. I I've assessed. What do you do in regard to? What would you do are to abortion? What should the stance? Be whatever the question was. And I just said, Well, I I just think the mother needs to do what's in the best interest and answered something like that that was wrong answer. And fortunately, I got. While it got hundreds of very complimentary letters on the rest of the interview the there were five that. Requested reconsider my position the third of the of the five had one scripture in fact that was the only scripture in all five letters. They came from all over the United States. Before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. And when I saw that scripture said to myself. Oh, no. I was wrong. Four. This is God speaking before I formed you in the room. God is the one who formed in the womb. I didn't know that before you were born, you know, I set you apart. Wow. So that holy that really gave me a whole different view. Because now I saw God's direct not just intervention but his initiation he is the one who forms life. So he's the former meaning forms life, and then he chooses the last day. We are told all the days ordained for us for written in his book before one of them came to be now, this is actually what he said I have a quote of on a part of of his message. This is for Donald Trump president as part of our commitment to building a just and loving society. We must build a culture that cherish. The dignity and sanctity of innocent human life, all children born and unborn are made in the holy image of God every life is sacred and every soul a precious gift from heaven. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. And so he's taking this scripture, and I'm confident someone helped him someone knew that scripture. But what I appreciate the whole time. In these years. These he's been the commander-in-chief. He is not varied. He's not waffled. He's not trying to be political. Well, I really meant this. So and backed up he to underscore the point the president recounted a story of a baby named Grayson. He was born in the back seat of a car during a snowstorm for months premature weighing only one pound eleven ounces, and the doctors were unsure if he would survive..

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"All children. Born and unborn are made in the holy image of God. Thank you. Every life is sacred and every soul is a precious gift from heaven. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. Here with us today are Nicki and Tyler Watkinson. Our wonderful first lady Melania who's right now working very hard with a group of people and saying a few words on opioids. She's very much involved. She wanted to be here so badly, but you'll be here with us next year. Recently met with them. And when she visited them at children's hospital was so impressed last year. Nikki went into early labor during a blizzard. She and Tyler where driving to the hospital their son Grayson was born in the front seat. He was born four months. Premature and weighed only one pound at eleven ounces. But he let out little tiny cries, and he made it to the hospital alive. Nikki in Taylor's entire community began to lift up, Grayson and their prayers and to the surprise of doctors he kept on improving improving improving after four months of the hospital, Nicki and Tyler. Brought home they're beautiful baby. Boy. Just a few weeks ago, Grayson celebrated his first birthday is a beautiful happy, healthy guy..

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on WTRH

"Author and speaker June hunt today was the national prayer breakfast. Our president our commander in chief use scripture to support his stand on what the law to be in this nation and anytime of politicians does that I say who Ray I have been in the past to a number of the prayer breakfast in Washington DC. The there certain people I think it's like congressmen or senators they have to tickets or x number, and so you're able to go, and I was blessed the one time, and then a few other times to be at these prayer breakfasts. And it's it's really an impressive time. Because almost always there is unity say almost. Well, we'll talk about this one. If I have time, I'll tell you about the one with the most unusual can say that. This is today. President trump. Committed to helping protect faith-based adoption agencies and specifically quoted as you just said from the book of Jeremiah, this is a powerful scripture. This is the scripture that turned me around. I didn't know anything about abortion. I had been quoted as taking a stand. Possessed a question by a columnist in. This thing went all over the United States. And my answer was wrong. Oops. In other words, I didn't know it was wrong. I I was asked what do you do? In regard to. What would you do are too? Abortion. And what should the stance be whatever? The question was. And I just said, well, I just think the mother needs to do what's in the best interest and answered something like that that was a wrong answer. And fortunately, I got while it got hundreds of very complimentary letters on the rest of the interview the there were five that. Requested that are reconsider Montazeri the third of the of the five had one scripture in fact that was the only scripture in all five letters. They came from all over the United States. Before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. And when I saw that script trust said to myself. Oh, no. I was wrong. Be four. This is God speaking before I formed you in the womb. God is the one who formed in the womb. I didn't know that before you were born I set you apart. Wow. So that holy that really gave me a whole different view. Because now I saw God's direct not just intervention but his initiation he is the one who forms life. So he's the former many forms life, and then he chooses the last day. We are told all the days ordained for us for written in his book before one of them came to be now, this is actually what he said I have a quote of on a part of his message. This is a Donald Trump precedent. As part of our commitment to building a just and loving society. We must build a culture that cherish. Che's the dignity and sanctity of innocent human life, all children born and unborn are made in the holy image of God. Every life is sacred and every soul a precious gift from heaven. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you win the womb? I knew you before you were born I set you apart. And so he's taking this scripture, and I'm confident someone helped him someone knew that scripture. But what I appreciate the whole time. In these years, these he's been the commander in chief. He is not very good. He's not waffled. He's not trying to be political. Well, I really meant this. So and and backed up he to underscore the point the president recounted a story of a baby named Grayson. He was born in the back seat of a car during a snowstorm for months premature weighing only one pound eleven ounces, and the doctors were unsure if.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Life is sacred. And every so is a precious gift from heaven. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the world. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. Here with us today. Nicki and Tyler Watkinson. Our wonderful first lady Melania who's right now working very hard with a group of people and saying a few words on opioids. She's very much involved. She wanted to be here so badly, but you'll be here with us next year. Recently met with them. And when she visited them at children's hospital was so impressed last year. Nikki went into early labor during a blizzard. As she and Tyler were driving to the hospital. Their son Grayson was born in the front seat. He was born for months premature and weighed only one pound at eleven ounces. But he led out little tiny cries that he made it to the hospital alive. Nikki in Taylor's entire community began to lift up grace in their prayers and to the surprise of doctors he kept on improving improving improving after four months of the hospital. Nikki tyler. Brought home they're beautiful baby. Boy. Just a few weeks ago, Grayson celebrated his first birthday he is a beautiful happy, healthy guy. Are.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Bunny? That is the sound of my son crying. Oh. Oh, we have a solid baby. Through when we started this show, we were not with our wives. So there was no home ownership. There was no wedding planning. There was no wedding. There was no honeymoon. There was no buying a home. There were certainly no children. And so if you've been listening to the show for a long time, we've all competent a very far and definitely better place together. And so now this would be two weeks ago, my beautiful life Jody with an I gave birth to a very healthy son seven pounds eleven ounces. And there is now an extra member of the solid verbal crew, and you can point to this day as when we jumped the shark. This is the day. Like, yeah. Wants Dan had his kid. It's just wasn't the same. I don't know. I'm gonna listen to Bill Connerly, and Stephen or something. But yes, I have a son. He's healthy. He's amazing. It's been a great two weeks. We had his two week doctor's appointment today and ninety eighth percentile height thirty to forty percentile weight, but strong legs scouting report is very positive elite. Pooper? I am over the moon completely in love. And yeah, we have a solid baby. It's pretty incredible. Wow. Yeah. That's very exciting congratulate him, I am the first person to have a kid you are treated as such. I'm the first father is college football, podcasting Truman show is what this is it. So yeah. Some we've actually gotten questions before like when you have kids. So you guys can talk about what it's like to watch college football and juggle fatherhood or something like that. At least on my ends. I've I've heard reports the tie is very rural. That's now. So now, I have a number of questions here this I'm right because and I will say I'm going to answer all of those questions, and we've talked about, you know, we get engaged and we talk about wedding planning and stuff like that. And we check in blah, blah, blah. I was just very I wanted everything to go. Right. We were very fortunate that it did everything was very healthy along the way. I definitely understand that we are incredibly fortunate for that to be the case and certainly thoughts out to everybody, you know, going through their own stuff, and, you know, always thinking of you. But just wanted to keep it low key to make sure everything went. All right. What did and congratulations you acquired your dad strength yet? Dan, you know, what I actually was going to the gym more. I know that's sort of endorphin and in the spur of the moment lift car thing. Sure. But I I've definitely been squatting more. I've definitely been hammering the doubts in the tries for sure. So yes, I it's on the up to how many times have you been peed on. So he is about to be two weeks old four and a half times. Is it less? I know people have recommendations there are tents that you can put over and you cover with a diaper something. Like that medical tent? Sure, it doesn't medical tents. It doesn't matter. How quick you are? Or if you think your timing is, right? You're quick. And he doesn't pee. Then I think we're safe now remove the diaper and then the fire hose begin. So this is not going to be ending anytime soon. Will you be doing dedication podcasts? Like, a cat Stevens, father and son. Oh, where you're going to put this one in the vault..

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Be honest. I'm great guacamole this past week. And depending on who you ask it could be bad. A Hawaiian farmer has in his possession. The biggest avocado of all time weighing in at six pounds eleven ounces. That's a huge avocado. Huge avocado in Hawaii last week local media in Aloha reported that the Kona farmer Kenji focal meets harvested, the mammoth avocado at his family farm, breaking the Guinness world records. Here's work. It's crazy. He's got the biggest avocado ever. I bet. But it takes months and months to get somebody to come there from Guinness to verify the avocado. So the avocado will be rotten in ruined. By the time. They can get there, and it won't make it won't make the Guinness Book of records. It in his possession. But it's just because it takes so long to get there. He won't be able to claim the prize. How do you think that it looks pretty damn big? I would say the the pet's probably gotta be about the size of a softball. Guinness Book of world records wanna get out to Hawaii. What's he's in the middle of Montana or something we contacted the from the grower. We contacted Guinness got online. The problem is they have to have someone to authenticate which takes twelve to fifteen weeks will this baby isn't going to last twelve weeks. So that's why we call the news. So they're trying to get it out there to as many people because they won't be able to get the actual title. Very sad. Really sorry. Yeah. There's a lot of you have to go through to.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"And you'll find it on just about every platform and now back to everyone's favourite stuff. You should know. All right. So Mr. Chapman was from Ohio. And it's funny. We don't know a lot about early years. He was born in actually born in Massachusetts. But kind of lived his life in Ohio. I think for the most part, and which was the west at the time, which is funny and said, all right. Here's the deal. The Ohio company associate said, are you wanna go out west and settle if you wanna form a permanent homestead beyond Ohio? Then you could get you can get one hundred acres, but what you have to do though is you have to plant fifty apple trees in twenty peach trees in three years, I guess is an incentive to make the land rich with with plants. Well, also does show that you plan to be there in a few years when during started bearing fruit it was it was a way to show that you meant to settle there permanently. Guess we. Yeah. But it was not. Like build a house. I mean, it it had an agricultural benefit. I see what you mean. Yeah. I guess that would have been part of it than to. Yeah. So he says all right. He he's a business opportunity. And he's like if I can start heading west from Pennsylvania, and I can get just ahead of these settlers and plant these things like claim this land plant these trees and orchards can turn around and sell them at a much value. Yeah. Because the improved the the land he was the first squatter. Kind of in a way, I guess, but the other thing that I saw he did too was he would establish nurseries in the area as well. So if you didn't buy attractive land that he'd already developed you could also still just come and by his trees from him. And he did this for decades going up and down the frontier because the frontier kept kept growing children further west and at first I mean when he when he first embarked out in. I mean, we're talking high Ohio is the frontier there was there was no United States beyond that. I don't think Haya was even a state quite yet. So he's walking up and down. These unsettled lands growing these orchards planning apple trees, and then also creating nurseries but at the same time too. He was also serving as a liaison between these incoming settlers and the native Americans who no now suddenly had neighbor. Whether they wanted them or not, and he apparently spent a lot of time learning the languages of the different tribes that he encountered and they grew to trust him. And so he became an advocate for the settlers. But also was able to advocate for the native Americans to he was just that kind of guy. He was he was carrying that coffee was cut from. I bet he put his mouth around a piece by too. Speaking of one of the first hippies. Sure. All right. So he's going around. He's pointing all these apple orchards, and I guess presumably peach because he was required to but he's not known as Johnny Peachtree no to sample seen or peach seat. I guess, and he here's the thing though with these apples like we said because he's planning them from seed, only and not grafting them. It's pretty wild. Like, it's like the wild west, apple wise. You don't know what's going to come up many times. Like, you said they're much too sour to eat. But what they weren't too. Sour for is to make booze out of them. In the form of cider insider was a big big part of frontier life, right? They drank it. It's apparently new Englanders that transplanted out on the western edges of Ohio would drink close to eleven ounces of hard cider per day. And it was a time when water quality was suspect. And you knew you could count on that cider right because I mean, it's. Alcoholic? So it's for mental which means that any harmful bacteria has been kill. It can't really survive in an alcoholic drink. Right. Wonderful. So they would drink cider instead of water, which by the way, eleven ounces its like a bottle of cider today. It's not not too much. No, it's not. But everyone drank it every day instead of water. So there was you know, a certain amount of buds going on. I'm sure and who knows what the alcoholic content of what percent, right?.

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"eleven ounces" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"And you'll find it on just about every platform and now back to everyone's favourite stuff. You should know. All right. So Mr. Chapman was from Ohio. And it's funny. We don't know a lot about early years. He was born in actually born in Massachusetts. But kind of lived his life in Ohio. I think for the most part, and which was the west at the time, which is funny and said, all right. Here's the deal. The Ohio company associate said, are you wanna go out west and settle if you wanna form a permanent homestead beyond Ohio? Then you could get you can get one hundred acres, but what you have to do though is you have to plant fifty apple trees in twenty peach trees in three years, I guess is an incentive to make the land rich with with plants. Well, also does show that you plan to be there in a few years when during started bearing fruit it was it was a way to show that you meant to settle there permanently. Guess we. Yeah. But it was not. Like build a house. I mean, it it had an agricultural benefit. I see what you mean. Yeah. I guess that would have been part of it than to. Yeah. So he says all right. He he's a business opportunity. And he's like if I can start heading west from Pennsylvania, and I can get just ahead of these settlers and plant these things like claim this land plant these trees and orchards can turn around and sell them at a much value. Yeah. Because the improved the the land he was the first squatter. Kind of in a way, I guess, but the other thing that I saw he did too was he would establish nurseries in the area as well. So if you didn't buy attractive land that he'd already developed you could also still just come and by his trees from him. And he did this for decades going up and down the frontier because the frontier kept kept growing children further west and at first I mean when he when he first embarked out in. I mean, we're talking high Ohio is the frontier there was there was no United States beyond that. I don't think Haya was even a state quite yet. So he's walking up and down. These unsettled lands growing these orchards planning apple trees, and then also creating nurseries but at the same time too. He was also serving as a liaison between these incoming settlers and the native Americans who no now suddenly had neighbor. Whether they wanted them or not, and he apparently spent a lot of time learning the languages of the different tribes that he encountered and they grew to trust him. And so he became an advocate for the settlers. But also was able to advocate for the native Americans to he was just that kind of guy. He was he was carrying that coffee was cut from. I bet he put his mouth around a piece by too. Speaking of one of the first hippies. Sure. All right. So he's going around. He's pointing all these apple orchards, and I guess presumably peach because he was required to but he's not known as Johnny Peachtree no to sample seen or peach seat. I guess, and he here's the thing though with these apples like we said because he's planning them from seed, only and not grafting them. It's pretty wild. Like, it's like the wild west, apple wise. You don't know what's going to come up many times. Like, you said they're much too sour to eat. But what they weren't too. Sour for is to make booze out of them. In the form of cider insider was a big big part of frontier life, right? They drank it. It's apparently new Englanders that transplanted out on the western edges of Ohio would drink close to eleven ounces of hard cider per day. And it was a time when water quality was suspect. And you knew you could count on that cider right because I mean, it's. Alcoholic? So it's for mental which means that any harmful bacteria has been kill. It can't really survive in an alcoholic drink. Right. Wonderful. So they would drink cider instead of water, which by the way, eleven ounces its like a bottle of cider today. It's not not too much. No, it's not. But everyone drank it every day instead of water. So there was you know, a certain amount of buds going on. I'm sure and who knows what the alcoholic content of what percent, right?.

Mr. Chapman Ohio Massachusetts apple Johnny Peachtree United States Haya Pennsylvania eleven ounces one hundred acres three years
"eleven ounces" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eleven ounces" Discussed on KTRH

"Everyone is seven twenty four on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h to Houston. Police officers still in critical condition. A total of five were injured for them shot serving a drug warrant on a home in southeast Houston two suspects. The drug dealers were shot and killed the state of the union address rescheduled for February fifth. It was supposed to be tonight, but was postponed by Nancy Pelosi. Holy moly. A Hawaiian farmer has shattered the Guinness world book of world records by growing a six pound. Eleven avocado unofficially, though, the time. It takes to verify it for the record book avocado with shrank. So the farmer says they're just gonna eat it. On these stories right now KTAR H dot com. Coming up here at the bottom of the hour. Usually take TC gesture in six ten your commute is at the bottom of the hour on seven forty KTAR h take a lotta tortilla chips to get through that seven twenty five or time here on NewsRadio. About eating and avocado and how much wages it put on. You'd put a lot of weight on you the thing. Weighs six six pounds eleven ounces. Well, at least it's a good fast medium weight. And then I don't know what happens after that. Yeah. Supposedly avocados are one of those things that are good for you. It's a good bet. So why not that's what I prefer to look at it. Too much of a good thing. I suppose. Seven forty five now here on Houston's morning news. Right S, T A wealth money. Our will be on today. Twelve noon K P R C helps keep you up to date with what's going on in the world of finance earning season. China trade all the things that make Wall Street Borey, which is all they seem to do the host or looked Addison to Mike Smith offer insights into the news events, and how can impact your personal investments, and they can give you some great tips about how to massage things around. So you have less risk in hopefully, make more money, and they're not trying to sell you anything. They're not at some weekend show with a pitch man selling products. If you want to do business with them, and they're a great company to do business with all means, check them out. But that's not what the show's all about. You also sign up for the free. SCA weekly report for news and.

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Fox, Fox Disney and Stella Artois discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Fox, Fox Disney and Stella Artois discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"Looking a lot better on wall street today than the we saw the big losses yesterday we'll have those numbers in just a moment first years rossa k sky tv and it's thirty nine percent on her twenty first century fox offered to sell the sky news channel to walt disney to address british regulators concerns about sky news independence from fox disney's looking to expand its international footprint but so's comcast which made an offer for sky in february stella artois has issued a voluntary recall of some of its eleven ounce bottles that may contain pieces of glass it covers less than what percent of its.

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