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"eric one" Discussed on All Things Techie
"Directly targeting a mass of work from home trend on not were tried the world following the covid nineteen pandemic, and its timing is by no accident after experiencing the most work ourselves Pasta Vermont. It's cleared that we needed to innovate a new coffee. Dedicated to remote workers, says CEO Eric One I am proud of the team for continuing to think I saw it to box well back at the beginning of March, we talked obey Working Noli and I. Said I think Chris Initial. Even backed me up on this go. Yeah, well. There is some product stash. Be added box and I know this is so cool. This is a twenty seven HD, ten Eunice, and With zoom rooms built in or zoom for home built in so literally you plug it in touch screen. Twenty seven inch connects to your Wi fi, or you're into wired on, you can. Make calls by just touching the screen. I. Think that's wash. Senior citizens need at home I know those the. Lights off the Pixel. And Simon talked about previously dot. You can literally put it in your by facebook. And He has it on this moment houses? Founding members however and worked with facebook integration, but this is just purely for him. Personally I'm zooming over I love soon because it never lets me down on the call so I think more and more people are going to get these twenty seven inch tops, working I just under six hundred dollars I think it's so. It pays for salvage this. Way It's the same price. I'm hoping to get my hands on one of these units in the NATO distant future and do a full view of of this working solid. I think zoom from home. Use The word home and families I think this is a wonderful product. I just can't wait to get my hands on one of them. Zoom from home. Deter me. It's available to preorder for six hundred dollars a spectatorship in August twenty thousand..
"eric one" Discussed on Self Made Man
"The other pros in the league. There's just such a huge chasm in. I'll give you one example. One of my one of my good friends Eric. He's top hockey trainers in in the world. He's too big hockey Kademi up in Canada near where. I'm near where I'm from and. Tons of guys from around the league, make a pilgrimage to see him every summer and train with him and I was out working with him in some of his players at one point in time, and he was working with the this one NHL Guide Jerome. Whose Know Nhl Hall of Fame Guy and He had contracted to work with Eric One on one now. Jerome is the captain of his team. He's he's one of the top ten players in the League at the time as well and there's a big separation between him, and probably other players that are on his team is a first line guy okay. So we after Jerome was finished or just wrapping up his training, with which of course when you doing one on one training with someone's going to be more intense right now I was standing chatting with about nine other guys that played on other NHL teams, and all of them rather third line or fourth line. Guys, so they're not first line second line. Guys reckon paid anywhere near the same amount, and all of them at pooled their money to do group coaching with Eric. And they're all Kinda like look at look at trump's intensity, and look at this and look at that man I'd love to have his contract. And I said guys. You can easily have germs contract. Your skills are no worse than his to frigging attitude. Look at you. You've all tried to save about fifteen hundred dollars a month by not working with Eric, one on one. That's the difference. You guys are trying to find the.
"eric one" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It and the UPS sent out to you and you've got the next day in the mid Atlantic the next business day so we got you covered all the way around on garden sense and Eric one started off this morning because a lot of people are finding they have brown patches in the lawn people finding mildew on their trees and shrubs already and it just strikes me that it's it's so early I mean we're only second weekend of June and you know you have your hope this stuff doesn't hit us until August what what's behind that yeah but it was closed early in the spring of us kind of wet and cool I've been having was growing it was not the only a normal spring this year so a lot of people the big picture is out of the nursery through it they show me that the grass and I got spots in already fungus and what I said before if it's not too bad they used her license to give the case thought that quite a few people that starts playing with the issues already if you have the phone within a long spray if you wish or you can use a granular infuse also added that maybe after about three or four weeks and then on the bushes if you get that email though are you can you will see that and mangoes app or copper fungicides and that'll take care of it and then after a good day you should do it all over again Steve use copper fungicides that is actually organic gardens will use that though that's not the only economical competent results because I know my grandfather is the only phone besides heads in the food is that's all this great offer and will look pretty good it's only have to do it over and over and over again and one thing people need to remember for the lawn if you start to see it coming on and you've noticed like it happened right after you mow the lawn there's a few things you need to look out for one word we're getting.
"eric one" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Idea we wear masks we wear masks with friends you can ask me anything you want and you ask me whether or not to wear a mask mmhm Tony in Cockeysville you're next Hey Tony Eric one of the funniest scenes of Saturday Night Live ever you're right was Garrett Morris young generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead yes listen Michelle Obama was the get fit First Lady video stuff for kids get fit healthy healthy gardens yet the media never once tried to get a picture of Barack Obama who is a smoker never try to get a picture of him smoking weed what about second hand smoke for the secret service service kids you know a lot of smoke within twenty five feet of a federal building yet he smoked out on his porch all the time one family smoked inside yeah that's how I didn't get to know him but that's how I had my interactions with Barack Obama everything a picture of him smoking no not actually see I've smoked with him when he was a senator when I worked in the Senate in two thousand six and I was a smoker he would walk back from the capitol their tunnels from the capital the office buildings that members take they can take a subway car under there or if you're a smoker you walk outside so you can have a cigarette on the way and when you get to the door you're still smoking you stand there and you finish your cigarette not be standing there having my cigarette and Barak would come up and have a cigarette you just shoot the breeze and the venue you put your **** out new you go into the building so yeah I hate that in media ignores it though don't they I mean what I don't know I could have collected his box and sold them to the media as souvenirs as holy relics if I had known what he was going to do in two thousand and six preheat the call Tony we'll be back after news stick.
"eric one" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Heard explain why is Bloomberg cross asset reporter Eric one hundred eighty two million, Eric what is it? So we've had a lot of offs in markets, especially across Asia in the past month or so. But one of the markets picking up as India hundred eighty two million dollars is the inflows for the shares MCI India, ETF over the past over the past week. That's the biggest weekly inflow in four years, basically, since two thousand fifteen and it's predicated on. Narendra boaty getting reelected. A little bit of political stability. There's the first premier who's been reelected with a majority since nineteen Eighty-four, and things are looking up for India. Those markets are, of course closed today for the aid celebration. World token to the upside emboldened, Mody, I renewed agenda is there. A one is the scope for dine side risk on the story. Yeah, there's one little interesting. Wrinkle with the India story is the US is basically set to remove the designation of India's of developing nation June fifth, which is today. And in terms of the actual impact on this, what it means is that some two thousand products that are exported to the US would would have been they were treated as duty free. But now, the, they've removed that exemption that the actual dollar impact of that, according to India's actually fairly limited that's works out to two hundred and sixty million dollars a year. So the interest of the impact on the stock market, we haven't seen that pass through yet or, or any kind of concerned, they're necessarily. But it is something to think about, for instance, we have had sex just hit a record earlier this week. Okay. Eric, great to have your perspective this morning on the Indian market. Let's see whether the growth story really does so dine in India and stop the juggernaut Glomma that size and scope, Tracy quick. Snapshot of the markets. Okay. Over the SNP rally, biggest one day gain since January, the banks roared higher up three and a half percent. Tracy, and the market drops stop pas rising in the US as a little bit of a again, that presi and fear of supply glut. Yes, indeed big story, of course remains those bond yields, we have them at multiyear lows for the benchmark ten year just on Monday. Now, we have them floating around the two point eleven Mark has the market gotten ahead of itself when it comes to pricing fed rate cuts, and that is it for this edition of Bloomberg daybreak. Middle East daybreak Europe is next..
The Power of Weekly Management Lunch Meetings
"Hey, everybody. It's Eric one of the things that we have learned over the course of the last year is that is super important for different levels of the organization to communicate on a regular basis. One of the things that we instilled very quickly after learning. This was the daily huddle every single day the entire team meets at nine seventeen for a daily meeting where we talk about what you did yesterday. And what's going on today? Another aspect of communications is that the executive team needs to communicate on a regular basis in particular weekly. So the executive team here is myself, and Kevin we are the partners of the company, and we drive a lot of the strategy and businesses that happened here, and we are two separate people with two different backgrounds. And we, you know, unless we try really hard. We could have different opinions and it. It could lead to problems. And so it's very important that the two of us have a weekly touch point, which we call the management launch or partner lunch. Once a week. We get together for lunch and his on Wednesdays, and we keep it really low key. We don't make a big deal out of it. But we do out to lunch, and we go to our favorite diner, which is right down the street. It's denny's. We love going to Denny's for a couple of different reasons. One I guess that. It's right down the street. It's super closest like two minutes away, which means that we're not spending a lot of time figuring out where we're going if we want to go different place every week driving twenty thirty minutes to get there things like that. That's all out the window. We go to the same place every single time. Since we show up once a week, we've gotten to know the staff really, well, AGA is our server she knows exactly what we like to order when we sit down should brings us water, and she brings us coffee because that's what we order every time. So we have a ritual. So we go to Denny's. We talked to iza we get our coffee, and our water we order, whatever we want and we're back in the office, hopefully within an hour sometimes a little bit longer. But it's at this point, not just the partner lunch is the ritual of getting together and spending an hour to an hour and a half just talking to one another. And these are oppa -tunities for us to do all sorts of things like strategize talk about what's been happening in the business talk about our visions, and sometimes frankly, clear the air with each other. Like, I said before we are two different people with different backgrounds and two different tendencies. And sometimes we have friction and we. We need to clear the decks, right? We need to say, what's on our mind. We need to tell the other personal we're thinking and just get it out and work through it. So that we don't harbor any animosity with one another. We we have to clear the deck, and we need to start fresh and his management lunch. Does that every single week if you're working with a partner in particular or management team, or if there are people at your level that you need to interact with on a regular basis? I certainly recommend this. This is a really really good tool if not very expensive from a business expense standpoint, you can write off the lunches as well. But even if you couldn't it's totally worth it. We spend thirty bucks and we spend an hour strategizing with each other. And making sure that we are literally on the same page and a lot of times we will come out with written notes about what we're going to do based on that lunch. Thirty dollars well-spent every single time. I'll do it every time.
Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman may initially have a rough road in Hollywood after cheating scheme
"The parents charged today despite already being able to give their children every legitimate advantage in college admissions game instead chose to corrupt illegally manipulate the system for their benefit. We're not talking about donating the building. So that a schools more likely to take your son or daughter, we're talking about deception and fraud fake test scores fake athletic credentials, fake, photographs bribed college officials. Well, that's federal prosecutor Andrew. Lulling yesterday talking about the federal indictment that has accused dozens of wealthy. Parents college coaches in college prep executives in a nationwide college admissions scam. The US attorney Andrew says parents who included actresses the liberty Huffman and Lori Laughlin cheated to get their kids into prestigious schools. What a. Mind boggling story, this is for a variety of different angles. Eric first off the fact that Felicity Huffman is married to William Macy. And William Macy was in the courtroom. And I did notice it. Many many in the media said the actor in shameless. Yeah. Where he plays a con, man. And then again to be clear, he wasn't right. He he wasn't arrested. Even though he was involved in setting up a lot. He was not actually arrested now Laurie Lachlan's husband. He was million dollar bond for for him. William Macy was not even though he was part of the conversations that were actually a going out. Apparently, according to some of the indictments, but he was in the courtroom. He was taking notes, and when a Fox News reporter asked if you would like to comment, he said, no. That in itself just to see William Macy in a courtroom in this type of situation, I would have paid money to see. And you know, it's the question is. How far does this go? How big of a problem is this how widespread? Because there are plenty of people with money, and they have names that you would know. I mean that in fact is the case with some of those according to you that were involved here. But. Any? Well. Okay. Now, take it to the level of apparent was willing to put twenty five thousand dollars on credit cards. In order to get their child special access. The point being is that if it was this involved went according to the authorities. This went from two thousand eleven all the way up until just last month. Then if if it was this widespread that means there was that kind of market and demand for it. Now the words if you've got enough money, you can get your kid in the school, and you don't have to donate a library or something to do it. So I I do wonder how far this how widespread this problem is. Now authorities had not responded as to why William Macy was was not arrested. The documents stated that a cooperating witness met with Huffman and her husband actor William Macy at their Los Angeles, home and explain to them that he controlled a testing center and could have someone secretly change their daughters answers, the person told investigators a couple of greed to the plan. The judge has Tuchman. I'm not asking you to admit or deny the charges against you. But you understand what the government claims you. Did she replied, yes? When you see that because that was the specific charge against them. Lori lachlan's. Kid that was that was mind boggling itself because what they did was they wanted to and they paid five hundred thousand dollars. To pretend that their kids were in crew that their daughters were in the. For rowing, whatever you wanna call it. When they weren't in order to get them into college. And I believe they paid was a five hundred thousand wasn't. Yeah. Up in paid fifteen thousand dollars, which you've disguises they will donation people have already said, well, they're going to get is going to get her. Look if the feds were involved in it if they put that as a charitable donation, the IRS will get them for it. Believe me federal prosecutors in a case like this. I guarantee you they dot every I and cross every t. Been interesting when you've had federal prosecutors talk about if they're found guilty, what kind of jail time will they get. Well. Profile case, they spent a lot of resources cases each of them. But they spend a lot of resources. You can imagine a prosecutor that is looking to make an example out of celebrities and rich people in general, right because people in general, they were just a two people that, you know, right? There was a guy what heads a law firm. He was a chairman of a of a high profile law firm, and he according to the allegations he donated four hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity. And that money was file of funneled to the then head coach of the of tennis there at Georgetown. Again, according to the allegations, but look at the amounts of money. I mean there is unless you're delivering it in a duffel bag leaving it under a bridge somewhere. There's a chain of events involving a number of people in order to make that happen. How is it that you believe you're gonna get away with it? I that's ever that. I just can't imagine that stupidity. It goes beyond era. That's where you know lorry. Lachlan's husband one million dollar bond for Felicity Huffman. It was two hundred fifty but they said the money the amount of money actually increases the seriousness of the crime. And because Felicity Huffman was only fifteen thousand and Laurie a Lachlan's and her husband was five hundred thousand that they would probably end up doing more time. But the coaches that were involved in this or the testing centers or the consultant or the people that actually gave the SAT's and by the way, they said that a lot of these parents actually got notes from therapist stating that their children needed to take the SAT or the ACT privately with a Proctor because of whatever affliction they had. And those proctors were the ones that cheated. And then change the answers to ensure that these students got a higher SAT or an ACT on it. Now, many of those coaches and Proctor and whoever was involved in it the guy who had the one consulting company. They've all been charged with racketeering. And you could have multi bracket tearing that could be very serious jail time, we were reading Dan Abrahams law and crime, and one of the former prosecutors were saying that for example, that those crimes were much more serious racketeering charges. But they still said that Laughlin if she decided to go to court and was found guilty on it could get over forty months in prison because of it. Yeah. So you're talking three to four years of a of a prison sentence, and maybe two to three years, even if she came to some kind of deal on it. Yeah. Eighteen to twenty four months for Felicity of Felicity Huffman, she could possibly get. Yeah. I am. And I also wonder too. What what they are? Investigators are looking at in terms of the schools involved. And the and how this was put together, right? Who who in what position? Would have created the opportunity for this kind of crime that situation because when you when you get the same thing, how do you how do you get to the point of even dealing with these people are finding out that they exist because at least in one case you had someone asking. One of those accused that was asking the person that was facilitating this what does the school think about it? And the response was no school has don't school doesn't know. And so you don't it's if but if there is a tremendous opportunity, these huge gaps holes where individuals can do this. They have that kind of influence. Then you can bet that especially when it comes to federal money going to universities. There's likely to be some kind of other move on the university level, and that is to ensure that there is a process some kind of oversight. And maybe even changing the process of how how students. Get on board. And and by what recommendation? You know, you, and I were talking about the whole scholarship thing that involves something very different. And a number of people are involved when it comes to write those types of scholarships and this wasn't about scholarships. But the point being is that there's a great number of people involved a group of people involved in determining who is going to qualify for those scholarships. So when it when it comes to getting access to those schools someone being getting accepted to that school, and you have one or two people making that decision. That's not a small thing. I mean, there's a reason they paid that kind of money according to the allegations. Anyway, there was a reason they were willing to pay that kind of money the prestige. But where that were that exists then there is an opportunity for a black market, which is essentially what you're seeing here approach to to a solution. Well, you asked the question of we just touched the surface. On this. Another question. I guess is. When you see that William Macy, the actor was actually involved with his wife on setting the whole thing up. There is a question as to why she was arrested, and he was not. And I think federal prosecutors will eventually answer that question. Well, I I read where a number of experts were were commenting on that. And and basically comes down to culpability what you have. That's that really brings him into the actual crime. I was just a series of questions and conversations. Did he write a check did shake write the check? Right. She transfer the money were they asking questions or were they saying, hey, we want to do this. And we know it's illegal. So we'd like you to help us to this. There's a difference because one's harder to prove that there is a conspiracy or they were conspiring to do something and the other one is pretty clear that they're conspiring to do something illegal. It'd just be interesting to see it. What the federal prosecutors actually say. Because if they were both talking to the person, and they both had knowledge of it. If they never charge have they likely won't say anything about why they didn't. Well, the I guess reporters will ask the question be interesting to see if somebody eventually asked that question, whether it's on a new show vibe years from now, what will that response be as to why they went after her what makes her culpable of the crime and not him. If he knew about it and was involved in the conspiracy is it that she wrote the check the actual check because that. She's charged with what fraud and mail fraud is part of it. Yeah. So if you set.
"eric one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eric. One of the greatest thing was out of the city of New Orleans has been with us for a few years now, and let's actually about the title touch. Get cut is what she would always right on her leftover food that she would leave on the bus to make sure that nobody would eat it right touch get cut. So it just felt like an appropriate title. I on featuring her. Mom. It's become like a tagline for her. And then she started writing his lyrics and made it slightly different. Subject matter. But all right. I'm glad you say that because I I was on the verge of being disappointed because I thought this was all metaphorical larger theme about the oppression of women in the world today. I didn't I didn't think it was about leaving a smack on it. Right, right. And do use her words. She intentionally ref is referencing the me too movement. But the original title came from that. So it had a a whimsical beginning but much more serious lyrical content. As we develop the song the lyrics. Stanmore markers. You play the drums. Ben Ellman this action harmonica. You folks have been together for a long time. Haven't you too long? Now, Ben, and I actually bent as one of my best friends, and we've been together since before lactic we started touring together in one thousand nine hundred ninety four within Warren's klezmer all stars. So we've been in I have been on the road together for twenty five years. So when it comes to actually running Tippett tina's, which one of you is going to bust the dishes, which one of you was going to wash them. Straws probably be me because I was the past cook in that place. I'd probably get tasked with the dishes. You were cooking tina's. By was the fry cook there in the early nineties, so you I mean, you could be called into service again. Right. Somebody calls in sick. Luckily, the kitchen is now gone. So I don't think that's going to happen..
"eric one" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I think yeah, I'm looking at the picture now Antonio bolted up, and it looks pretty good. I feel like a specially for a burger burgers or messy to begin with. But when you're putting a lot on top of the burger and your stuffing, the burger itself to not have a bun to soak all that up and also to serve as a means to easily eat the thing. And also if you're talking about this as arena food, I feel like eating what he made in an arena situation would be really difficult. It'd be a real challenge. So I was I was ultimately those are my initial thoughts. And then the fact that he has as much success as he does in this competition where there's a moment where I really do think you're going into into judge stable on your thinking, it's either Justin or Eric one of those guys is going to win in for Justin to get that far into do that. Well, without the the bun is a vehicle means that what he made was remarkably good, right? So love to eat it. I you know, what I've said bef-. I feel like I said on top chef podcast before or at least on a podcast before. I think that burgers are one of the most overrated food items is I think it's very easy to just like get a bad to mediocre burger. But everybody seems to love them like people will put I love burgers like my favorite food. And I've just I've never really understood because I've encountered so many mediocre burgers. I joined burgers quite a bit lately. And look pretty good. Of course, the whole Burs to change the tone of your voice to a burger tone shift at Lambert or last night that was quite tasty not gonna lie. Nice was very good tone a little bit of ephemeral slauson Kurtz out, but it was very good Lamborghini and had a great abundance like nicely kind of crusty Portuguese bun quality to it as 'great. The that's one of the things I think people like about burgers is there. Just a good canvas that she can do a lot of different flavor profiles. You can do a lot of different seasoning. You can do a lot of different mixes. You can do. You have the bud element. You can change out. You can do the topics and change it up because when you talking about like, the pizza quesion and people are like, what's the most important bread, the sausage cheese and everybody is going to have a different answer. My answer is all three are equally important. These are even if it's like the lack of sauce that can be a crucial thing like sure making a white pizza or you're making a clam pizza. It's not going to have red sauce. Money money pizza. That's right. The amount of cheese. You don't want it over amount. The interplay all of that very very crucial. And I think it's very similar with with the burger. But I just never think about it without a bun. I think the quality of the meat obviously instrumental, and if you have like a bad quality of meat to your burger, you can have the tastiest bun in the world. And I think that your burger is destroyed, but I think that many delicious burgers, some of the most delicious, burgers I've ever have just been on like Martin's potato roll, right? Like, right. Like a very simple easy like very cheap burger role hamburger. But and those burgers are remarkably tasty. So I think that the lack of the bun here really does help to reinforce the narrative for me when it comes to the burger less about the toppings less about the bun, really. What's your, Patty? What's your Patty situation interest in another leftovers? Call. Speaking of topics though, the garden played in this episode. We saw them gardening again finally check off guard, and man, I'm telling you. So you think it's going to come back in this season. I think that it'd be cool. I mean, I don't know this season has with so many times for me like it. There's there's been a lot that I have just not enjoyed about this season. But if this season is going to suddenly start firing on all cylinders what they will have done is. They will have introduced this concept of the garden very early on in the season..
"eric one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On the call my broadcast partner Dan Carter all, righty thanks Eric first pitch strike with a slider. To Anthony Garcia right hander on hander we. Saw Archer, last night Come set throws shop high off the plate a big one battered, to third building, as more. Quick release. The. First. Time nice play by more on that chopper off, the Blake we've seen. A couple of those tonight Kind of a Baltimore shop, to third by a right handed, batting Garcia he's out five to three one out eighth-inning or the sounds leading by two batteries Franklin Baretta Baretta was two for three, with a home run and a double Nice play by more, with a quick release after that both finally descended into his now another righty righty. Matchup here Archer throws and it's lying to right center field Basit for Baretto A one out single, he's now a triple shy from hitting for the cycle Sounds. Have had a hidden every inning except the fourth inning And ten total on the night after a season high nineteen last night And now Sheldon noisy to the plate noisy is one for three Well good news from Oklahoma City for the sky SOX, Memphis puts up six v And they now lead Oklahoma, City six to three in the bottom of the. Fifth inning strike is called The right handed batting noisy from the right hander Tristan Archer The SOX lost out on an opportunity last night to gain ground Game and a half back now One strike pitch straight foul.
"eric one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Practice go thirty for thirty one and we'll spend an hour talking about that one I missed and how that could be different than a. Game and that's exactly how I want. It and you, know I think, that you, know obviously we're just getting. Started we're trying to put the train on tracks and just get this thing. Rolling but you know the fact that he's here for ten year deal and all those things that will give me some, stability some some same terminology for a few. Years and that's kind of, nice, Derek, Carr joining. Us you love the. Game you love the, craft. Eric one of the things you've talked about is studying Tom Brady as one Pro, Bowl. Quarterback looking at another. Quarterback I've got to, ask what do you see when you watch him? Work The the most amazing thing about Tom now he is obviously one of the best. Ever play the game and you know. It's a you, know some of, the things, I could tell you some. Of the things that he does it's amazing and all of those things but. I think the thing that he does the very best is he does his job better better than anybody on the field, you know it's not anything crazy that he's. Trying to know he'll make, a, throw, here and. There where you're just. Like you know like, wow. That's amazing just like all the pro quarterbacks do but the thing that I think, Tom. Does the best is. That he just does, his job consistently you know better than most and Know I've, been striving, for see I can Let's, let's turn, those. Eight out ten spectacular frozen good decisions independent and so, that's one thing. That coach gruden's been really, really, helping me we're talking to Derek Carr Derrick there's no way you come on this. Program and we don't talk about. Your family we don't talk about?.
"eric one" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"Exact too right be we begin to understand how that kind of microbes collaborate and negotiate and figure out ways i know humanizing this but we can certainly find patterns ways to say bugs of figure out a way in which the share and figure things out on their own and when bad stuff happens they forgot away which abounds back now we've got a lot to learn from it if we learn from that we could come up with a brand new way of making tara punic which allows us to still not get sick on his cure south some when we do get sick but not caused mayhem all of the good bugs around when we do so that's actually why i feel like you know despite all of this basically hang bad news in not quite often there is the son of kenton of hand that goes up at the end of my talk and our barra frei is basically ask why are we not all dead yet based on what you just told us right and of course one of the reasons because you know humans are pretty bad ass immune system so we should take that for for saving right but i also think that the peutic of the future are not gonna be a the same kind of antibiotics used all this time right because again the reason is antibodies also problematic and you can allude to this is there like eric one of these guys who the early days of antibodies con antibiotics magic bullets as many times that amendment sonal talk are saying that no the antibodies we know about mullick magic shotguns on a magic bombs that could deploy to the white everyone out the good end the bat right we need to come up with new ways very very targeted that are able to go in and in the suppress wipe out the bad guys while alive all of the other good bucks not just not be hurt but maybe help us along the way so that's what i knew therapeutic going acting a lot of promise there right.
"eric one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Enter the game in the sky sox were down three one now he's trusted with a four three advantage as we go to the top of the eight take us through the rest of regulation years dan karcher thank you eric first pitch mrs ball one to follow orlando top of the lineup for omaha a team that has collected all of one hit in this game he's single by bubba starling back in the fourth inning off the starter alec asher ramble soft hit fouled outside of third by the big right handed battery busted his bat count is even at one and one orlando back to the third base dugout for a new bat to face tim dillard orlando's over three he'll be followed by ramon torres and hunter dozier sky sox about hit all maha eight to one lead by just one run here in the top of the eighth inning dillard has been phenomenal so far ten up ten down standard mike zagorski pitching throwing in the sky sox bullpen dullard cuffs set is orlando is back up there the new bat one one pitch bounced a third feeling is block owes spins fires got a nice play by blanco paul kind of handcuffed of a little bit spun around did a three sixty and through a strike the first to get or landau for the inex i doubt five to three enough steps ramon torres out of the first base dugout his manager rick sweet that will be off for tim dillard with the switch hitting torres coming up he'll go to the left hander mike zagorski and what april formats by tim dillard and the crowd letting him know how much they appreciate his efforts tonight right hander eleven up eleven down gets the job done out of the bullpen now mike zagorski will replace him we'll tell you more about him with his pitching change here.
"eric one" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"For being with us two o'clock show here on kale b j as were given you all the latest on the most recent at school shooting down in florida trying to answer some of these questions stood the school do enough that the shooters family do enough what about the fbi to they do enough the president had some remarks is in fact going to be traveling to florida this weekend says he's going to be meeting with some of the victim's families and so forth eric my my suggestion on that trip would be do it offcamera do it all off camera i don't need to see you with all the law enforcement officials and all the first responders that you know you can tell need a great job enough this and meeting with the families and not just do and all that offcamera stay out of it mr trump as far as the limelight goes you're doing the right thing by being the president by being the socalled comfort her in chief and all it just do it behind the scenes and don't make a spectacle of it that would be my suggestion and i and i agree with that but you know i'd say keep the news coverage going so people can relive this and see the horrors that these people had to face so something can finally be done long august the news coverage will continue and and another specific suggestion i had in the first half hour would be too for the president if he really wants to get serious about school safety as he said he's going to get with a bunch of governors and attorneys general to talk about school safety roll it into your infrastructure our plan mr president make that the number one item on the infrastructure bill is that we're going to harden the targets were going to work on the facilities were going to do whatever we can to make those school buildings safer places for kids to go to school we had some text messages coming in eric one said why not use his name because his last name as crews now i've had a longstanding position only since i've been on the radio eric that just says i don't like to mention whether it's a terrorist whether it's a shooter i don't like to mention their names you can get their names in his in different places i just don't like to add to.
"eric one" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"News talk 1150 am and ninety six buoyed by jackson's new dogs nation aid red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara coming up uh uh next hour are row audio cut of the day which has to do with uh the fbi director before the house judiciary committee under him so we'll have that coming up back john in columbus wants to talk about that a little bit john we uh welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hi john hello uh mr gerry mr eric first off i'd like to say i can't believe they pay you guy forever so much fun on the radio i listen to you guys number two you're all steam you all needs to be on that on that special committee 'cause 'cause i've been listening to you all for months and months and months you all turn up more and no more in long before they even know what's going on just just just you know from from what you guys learn in well with you all know they know what's going on they're just not saying yeah that's that's the point john would if we can see it's very plausible theories as the as as the story develops and and new facts come out and we can apply each of these elements to the story then i'm just wondering why this is taking so long to put together if this you know if you if you think about john if they had this kind of evidence on trump i dare say he'd be out of office day while at that's why what luck when when we say at the two idiots overnight understanding bribery buddy exact actually are the don't knows it no it's not it's not it's not actually just selfdeprecating it means that these things are pretty obvious we think we think they're pretty obvious other but go ahead it upsets it's at what upsets me is is they think i mean there's a lot there's a lot of goofy people in this three hundred and fifty million three hundred twenty five million country but but not all others are stupid and you guys are.
"eric one" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Your own bhutto girl and i'm a country boy that moved down here to florida when rodman all my life my whole family will serve the note eric one point and act compelling you the gun boom bothers a all we've got tory member include in my bed who are in a lack of of the government over one hundred percent table opta will be and yet the joke but we call now hood around kano ballpoint gaping of all they've gambled the any of them can go out and buy good woven ghanem classified ad hoc of hold on a whole that's not true if a court has adjudicated that somebody has and i forget what the definition is i don't have in front of me anyway particular mental illness they are not free to purchase a gun i can hear you bought milk uk that these three gentlemen are refer overseeing on on him sent this to build it from the government they're all met oh may disability for what ptsd dramatic that most of the most of your be at phnom guys but you're still around and get not one now most of them are not because i deal with them all the time but there are some who are why are these men dangerous to society the three you know including your father absolutely not amdk what's thunder outing well as far as the computer know that they are computer you know the government i'm confused usaid can they get a gun or can't they getting on all they can they can okay and you're telling me they're not dangerous i'm telling you i know that because they personally novi okay but i can tell you it will be a tell me how many mass shootings have been done by vietnam veterans i'm i'm paying a hearing of information guam talking about yeah i i think it and believe me i'm all for veterans i'm all for gun but now but i'm trying to figure out your point how many mass murders have been done by vietnam veterans although and i couldn't k let alone vietnam veterans who are one hundred percent this saeb mentally going postal right i think zero.
"eric one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Little bit about the president's volley his back and forth now over the first amendment nbc reporters his in hysterics because they're afraid the president is taking away their a free speech rights even senator benz sas this drawl humorless guy now worried openly asking the president on twitter are you not upholding your oath of office that you took on january 20th again another tone death never trumper here's randy randy welcome how are you i'm ben boulware mike i wanted qsa thank you for everything that you have done and yet you continue to do for president trump a really very easy to pull in from the very beginning and you think shingo fight the good fight thank you i prague recount thank you eric one thing i would like to say it yet i i believe too at whatever we use the term uh trump haters or never trumpers that were were kinda seedy the fire for those guys wearing a little bit of fuel to the fire ride together because they wear it is a badge of honour don't they should do they should do and i think if we just use the phrase i i wonder you might be able to coin better than i would be somebody like america haters because president trump right now is the embodiment of america right of freedom and and the if there too the uh the greatness that he had used every day i find a good fight let us it's just hard to believe that they either ignore your voice randy they ignore people like you and me or they just feel like there's so much smarter than everybody else that they've got to show us the way and i've just never seen a group of people more wrong about something in my life and you're right randy all we can do is just keep fighting the good fight coming up katie fang a former federal a federal prosecutor will love dive into the troubling everchanging narrative regarding the las vegas shooting something is wrong here how about the burglary of the killers home in reno are you kidding me we'll get into all of that next.
"eric one" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going to tell my kk you colorado would be well within its rights day you have no choice but to tell your kate couldn't interracial couple and they're making the theme argument as new sexual orientation does that last point you just made me that if the supreme court agrees with phillips they're going to have to give us some sort of explanation as to why sexual orientation discrimination is treated differently under the law from racial discrimination or the trump administration filed debris basically the gusting the case should be decided along those lines i don't think the court is going to do that if the bake shop owner is going to win i don't think you should but if he's going to win it i think the i'm the compelled expression ground that the first amendment prohibits state and federal government from making a date thing we don't want it today which links could i think is the absolute most difficult and big issue in the case are wedding cake expressive the best way i think who claimed that is if you own a car dealership and you are you know and you're telling cars you're not expressly anything you're selling cars on the other hand if you are a wedding singer who think song that wedding i think you are expressing something under the fourth amendment where does a wedding cake it into that spectrum and i i think it's a hard issue but i think i know what the answer it and i think the answer should be a plain vanilla chocolate wedding cake dozen iq anything a wedding cake with the message samesex marriages wonderful or even a symbol like the rainbow which expresses gay right that is expressive and i think that cape going to turn on that question in this case eric one of phillips arguments which seems to me to be strong as he says that the colorado civil rights commission let other bakeries refused to put antihomosexual wording on caixin he's refused to make cakes for a long time with offensive vulgar messages.
"eric one" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's been a good year perplexing ever since he returned from the disabled list after beginning the year injured flexing posted a six one record with a 176 era between st lucie and double a bigoted it's from aa that flexing comes up to make his major league debut a former fourteenth round pick of the mets in two thousand twelve out of high school cool at newark california as reflects it has a full repetoire of pitches including a fastball sinker cutter curve and a change up a cal chris flexible looks at his major league debut tonight for the mets eric first pitch here in san diego will wrap up the mets pre game show in a moment on the wor mets radio network i'm sally volunteer united way i'm asking people around neighborhood the think this place me excuse me i think this place needs i like to see more parking more playgrounds pre movies ceesay better restaurants and you you think this place place were ice cream tracks how 'bout you wifi everywhere i was thinking more money in the pockets of local families contact the time can i change my answer about the ice cream that we'd better now that you mentioned when it comes to getting better tax reforms into the hands of local families what these place needs is you to donate or volunteer matti way dot org because great things happen when we live united brought to you by united way and.