25 Burst results for "Ethyl"

"ethyl" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"ethyl" Discussed on KTRH

"A few more minutes until two o'clock this afternoon. 833645 45 100 is our number 8336454500 We thoroughly enjoyed given out fantastic. Incredible tax information. And what what I mean by fantastic tax information is once you learn the tax break. That's possible yet here still in 2020. It really puts oil and gas in perspective. You start to understand the lives of you know a Jeffrey Hildebrand here in Houston or Jerry Jones up in Dallas, how they were able to amass so much wealth. It starts with a tax break. And five minutes is all we need. And it will be good news for you this afternoon. 833645 45 100. Again. The number do ask for the oil and gas investor guy That's a good first step in alerting Maura about oil and gas. And if you call before, too will send it out to you this afternoon. 833645 45 100 again 8336454500 It is time for oil and gas history this week we take you back to the early 19 hundreds. In fact, Christmas Eve 1921 To be exact. The automobile industry is in its infancy. And two chemists at General Motors are trying to solve the dilemma of engine knocking pre ignition, knocking a major problem for carmakers shin for drivers. The solution. Well, fill her up with ethyl Professor Mark Challenge more Tetra, ethyl ing lead additives. It was like the little blue pill, for instance. So what happened? Was GM decided. Listen, we have to solve this problem. Otherwise, we're not going to be able to sell internal combustion engines and sell cause they last a week. Yeah, so they have you know they had a whole chemistry department. They said. OK, let's work on even if we don't make the gasoline, let's work on additives for gasoline, So this doesn't happen. And so they tried a bunch of different things Silicon and all kinds of things. And then these guys manufacture something called Tetra Ethylene led and just a little bitty bit of it. Not very much, they would added to gasoline boom. It just solved the knocking problem. No matter how hard you compress the gasoline and air it would not fire until that sparkplug ignited it. Wow. Yeah, I mean, just completely just overnight solved it. So that was a great invention. But there were some unintended consequences, right? We'll eventually because it's tetra ethylene. And everybody called it, Ethel, but its lead and of course we've since learned that lead in the environment is not that great. And so we had eventually by the 19 sixties. Get away from that. So we used Tetra ethylene lead from 19 hundred's about 1965. And then we went to some other additives. I mean by then computers to come around and chemistry had become So complex that we learned a way to get around it. But for 65 years to GM, scientists and chemists came up with a very simple solution for the knock. In an engine and therefore GM for the business just exploded Because now everybody wanted a horseless carriage that was powered by an internal combustion engine. It is another amazing example of American ingenuity where we have a problem both with the invention of Ethel and then the replacement of Ethel with other technology and another additives to great examples of American ingenuity, solving problems making life better making life easier. And just being a good thing. Yeah, I mean, America has been In the hotbed of Salling industrial problems on a massive scale that's helped everyday citizen well, good stuff, Mark always interesting to get the history of oil and gas on the air, just just great stuff, and we must give a shout out to the American oil and Gas Historical society. What a fantastic website If you want to learn about oil and gas in the history of oil and gas, check it out. American oil and gas, Historical society. Long name but a great website. Okay, We're here till two o'clock gym. Dutton warming up in the next room here. The power tools. Yeah, they're going so we got a couple more minutes to spend with you here on, seriously give us a call, though. If you haven't connected yet, today we have the oil and gas. Invest your guide. Great way to learn more about oil and gas and the different ways you Khun invest into oil and gas how the tax break works all that covered in the in the guide. It also goes into how to pick a good first project to get into. So that's a good first step in learning more about oil and gas. The other thing that we can talk about and we enjoy this to no end if you give us five minutes this afternoon. We could actually project how much less you're going to pay for this year's taxes for 2020 taxes as a result of getting into an oil and gas program, and it doesn't get much better than Seon U know firsthand how this tax break can work for you and your money, How the government becomes your partner. It is pretty awesome. So, uh, we're here till two. We'd love to talk to you the number 833645 45 100. Grab it open line right now. 833. 6454500 here. It's smart oil and gas coming up on smart oil and gas. It is the mystery oldie and our weekly blast from the past for mark to identify and also the mailbag question from a listener that wants.

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Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

Charlie Parker

02:53 min | 5 months ago

Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

"In case you were curious about beer on this drink Beer day, According to the ancient Code of Hammurabi, it was decreed that bartender's Who watered down beer would be executed. I think it's still that way in Texas. Yeah, on once again. I'm don't know who, Mama Robbie wasn't but anyway, may even actually be a place. Of clouds and near the constellation Akila. Contains enough ethyl alcohol. To supply 300,000 pints of beer every day to every single person on Earth for the next billion years. Well, then why aren't we fly into one of the stars in Akila and put Mars further down the list of Thebes builders of the Great Pyramid of Jesu. Were paid with a daily ration of beer. Cause it was supposed to be a square. George Washington insisted that is Continental Army be permitted. A quart of beer is a part of their daily rations was old Millwall sounds good. In a paper bag. A Buddhist temple in Thailand was built with over one million recycled beer bottles. And while Americans love our brew What country do you think drinks more beer than any country in the world? Australia? Nope, Ireland? Nope. Scotland No. Well, where are your China, of course, and if the United States had a drinking competition For most beer consumed per person. Who would it be? The person know the state of the state. Um, Texas Neck North. Dakota held that explains it. There's not a lot to do there. Ham Shire is second And Montana came in third. Uh, once again, not very, really popular places. Do you have a go to beer cold? Other than that. Not really, really. You know, I kind of go all over the place right now. In the Mexican beers, Charlie. Okay, Well, you can have mine. OK, I'm a Miller high life guy myself. And I don't think I have. Ah, if I man if I'm forced to, which is a lot, Yeah. Probably going to go, Bud Light. Maybe. Margo, You have a go to beer? Yeah, I love craft beer. So I drank. Okay goes about that. You don't talk to my son in law. My daughter Charity Charity likes him too of it. My favorite brewer is Guadalupe Brewer in New Braunfels. Great place. Okay, if you say so.

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Peanut Butter Diamonds

Wow In the World

04:24 min | 7 months ago

Peanut Butter Diamonds

"All right now, peanut butter. We've been through a lot today, but it's not over yet. Now drop and give me diamonds. Mindy, are you talking? To your peanut butter Jauregui Guy Rasi trying to turn my peanut butter into diamonds. Well, in order to do that, you'd have to apply a lot of pressure on the carbon rich Petersburg so that the carbon can form diamonds trust me. I've tried that, but nothing is working. Now I'm trying to put the peanut butter in high pressure situation, you want to help I, guess. What do I tell it? Something like don't make me turn you into a sandwich mindy. Ip a little too aggressive peanut butter can handle it. To Second Mindy. I, think it's actually turning towards diamond. It smells good too. I can't believe it. Should we celebrate with one more round of our game show can't think of anything better roll out the red carpet I mean. Man. The. Lights in three to. Run. And now, everyone's second favorite game show after holding although puppies. To what's Food. Welcome back welders. It's time for another. Round of to what's and while. Scientific game show that separates the White House from though. Now before we begin today's round. Let's review where we left off yesterday. We gave you three scientific statements about smells and challenged you to guess what was the one true. Wow. Was it a the center of the galaxy smells like raspberries or was it be some people's smelled grass while they sleep or was it see your burbs have a similar smell to your family's burbs and enter yesterday's question joining us by phone? It's clear up from Washington, DC. What's the? Wow. Hi, my name Clara. I've in Washington DC, my Mellon royalty center of the galaxy smells. raspberries. For Dinner. That is correct intestines. If you guessed the answer, Hey, that the center of the galaxy smells like Raspberries, you've found the winning. Wow, congratulations, astronomers founded chemical called Ethyl forming in a dust cloud at the center of the Milky Way. This is one of the chemicals that gives raspberries their flavor and contributes to their sent now guest B. or C.. You weren't too far off. Your sense of smell is usually turned off as you fall asleep, and while some people do experience smells in their dreams, you typically have to wake up to smell the roses. You chose C. Well, you're bronx are typically determined by what. It turns out. There is a genetic reason for the way you're to smell. The way they do is some elements of your flatulence trace back to your family. So it's pretty likely the dip. Your relatives have particularly smelly dudes you might have to. Carolina, don't you tell her win? Hauser's what they want? Well, the all of our winning contestants today, we'll be taking home their very own in visible. Shar of toots harvested from celebrity, the animated characters and world leaders. These one of a kind invisible jars of will leave your home smelling tower. Okay I. Guess Congratulations. So all of the winning

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FDA recalls 75 brands of hand sanitizer

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

FDA recalls 75 brands of hand sanitizer

"Food and Drug Administration has flagged more than 80 varieties of hand sanitizer that have tested positive for methanol contamination. The FDA says it can lead to blindness, heart problems and even death. The active ingredient that kills germs and legitimate sanitizers is ethyl alcohol. But some companies, mostly from Mexico, have been replacing it with poisonous methanol or wood alcohol, which is used in antifreeze. The FDA has posted a searchable do not use list on its website and blocked their importation. It is working to recall products still on US shelves. Joshua Lipton

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Does Chocolate Give You a Happy High?

BrainStuff

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Does Chocolate Give You a Happy High?

"We humans tend to like chocolate as of two thousand seventeen. The global chocolate market was valued at one hundred three billion dollars a year and growing but why eating chocolate makes us feel good but how chocolate contains several compounds that have been shown to add on the brain in myriad ways and most of them induce pleasure. It's also long been believed that Chocolate bestows heightened feelings of sexuality upon the eater apparently as tech ruler. Montezuma bought into this. He said to of drunk goblets full of chuckle auto unsweetened chocolate drink to boost his stamina and Libido there's also a widely held belief that chocolate can produce a euphoric feeling akin to a runner's high are understanding of euphoria producing compounds. Put together with the modern concept of addiction has even led some to believe that one can be a chocolate addict. Is that even possible? Can a person become addicted to chocolate? There's more than one compound found in chocolate. That could potentially make a person high for starters. The most widely used psychoactive drug in the world is found in chocolate caffeine. It produces a stimulating video logical effect by exciting the central nervous system which in turn increases heart rate and contracts muscles. It's a lot like the fight or flight. Response Caffeine acts on dopamine and a Denison receptors in the brain which then release respective pleasure producing chemicals. Chocolate also contains a compound. That's closely related to the active ingredient in cannabis. A cannabinoid called TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL. Nine fatty acids called cannabinoid hit the C. B. One and C two receptors found most predominantly in the frontal cortex and the parts of the brain responsible for motor function and memory when cannabinoid hit these receptors. A person starts to feel intoxicated and relaxed as a result. And as if that one two punch of psychoactive stimulant and depressant wasn't enough chocolate also packs another surprise fennel ethyl amine is often called the love drug since it releases same chemicals that are introduced into the human body. When love comes to call the compound produces a similar effect to the one produced by amphetamines and is classified as a hallucinogen. It's also aces. Releasing the pleasure producing chemicals dopamine and Serotonin a combination produces an exciting high much like the one generated by the designer drug. Ecstasy chocolate has all of the ingredients needed to make it a wonder drug by all rights. Eating a bar of chocolate should send you into orbit. So why isn't the stuff regulated by the FDA? Why aren't chocolate bars? Sold from locked cabinets behind the pharmacy counter. The truth is while there are indeed pleasure inducing and stimulating chemical compounds found in chocolate. The amount of most of these compounds are relatively small as a result of the energy drinks coffee cigarettes and yes chocolate that humans consume these days. Our brains become quite accustomed to the effects of drugs that release pleasure inducing chemicals compounds that act on receptors in the brain that released pleasure generating neurotransmitters like dopamine work. In two ways they either bind to the receptor causing it to release neurotransmitters or they bind to the site to prevent the reabsorption of those neurotransmitters. Either way there's a lot more of the chemical floating around in your bloodstream. This process is how chocolate or any other substance for that matter gets eater hi. It's also why chocolate doesn't have much of an effect on us. As the brain is exposed over and over to a barrage of compounds the number of receptors available for the compounds to bind to actually decreases and the ones that remain are less easily triggered. The reason for this reaction to drugs is the body's natural state of seeking equilibrium in other words. There's only supposed to be so much dopamine or other pleasure producing chemicals in the body. When hormones are released artificially by the compound in chocolate or any other drug. The bodies seeks balanced by shutting down the receptors released the hormones as a result we become desensitized to the effects of these compounds over time even if the compounds found in chocolate maybe two minute for some of us to get a chocolate happy high. The beloved food can still affect our happiness. The category of self interest that encompasses our pursuit of happiness. Hedonism definitely includes eating chocolate. We gain feelings of pleasure comfort and gratification from it the act of eating chocolate is hedonistic when we eat it. We're seeking pleasure in alleviating pain. Which are the hallmarks of hedonism as we've seen measuring the exact effect of chocolate on her happiness can be difficult most people however believed that such an effect exists in fact one. Canadian study examining the link between chocolate and happiness ended with no conclusive results because the control group that received no chocolate ended up raiding the refrigerator where the chocolate used the study was stored this bombing the experiment while scientists have yet to discover what causes the relationship between chocolate and happiness studies have managed to turn up correlations one two thousand seven study surveyed one thousand three hundred sixty seven respondents all men in their seventies with similar socioeconomic backgrounds and ask questions about their health that his faction in life and emotions like happiness and loneliness. They also snuck in a question that asked what kind of candy they preferred. Those who preferred chocolate showed lower frequencies of depression and loneliness and had a more optimistic outlook on life. Even science never quite figures out. What chocolate does to our moods? Does it really matter if eating chocolate makes you happy go for it?

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Drunken Monkeys

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Drunken Monkeys

"I'm sorry about the way I acted at the party too much to drink. It's ok done, but you really were drunk. I wonder why people like alcohol so much biologist Robert Dudley proposed that it helped our ancestors. Meet their need for food calories. Humans and their closest relatives the African apes shared genetic mutation that greatly improves their ability to break down ethyl alcohol Dudley thinks the mutation benefited the fruit eating ancestors of apes and humans by letting them expand their diet to include fermented fruit. Which is an excellent source of calorie rich sugars and other nutrients, the smell of alcohol makes finding for mental fruit easy of sizes actually shown that apes like fermented fruit. They've had a hard time showing it but in twenty fifth. Eighteen an international team published the first well documented evidence that wild chimpanzees drink alcohol. They studied west African chimps in a region where villagers collect the sap of palm trees and let it for meant in buckets to make palm wine the chimps made regular raids on the buckets made sponges by crushing leaves together to take up the wine and drank enough alcohol make them drunk that really good evidence for Dudley's hypothesis the villages buckets of palm wine were a natural source of alcohol. It is good evidence. Because palm wine like fermented fruit contains a rich supply of sugars and minerals along with the alcohol. The chimps liked it and sought it out repeatedly. And that's all Dudley's hypothesis requires the finding a step towards understanding why people like alcohol so much moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass, and I'm ya Cassandra.

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Why Lead Used to Be Added To Gasoline

Curiosity Daily

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Why Lead Used to Be Added To Gasoline

"You've ever filled up your. Car's gas tank with unleaded gasoline. You might have wondered why did we ever use lead in gasoline in the first place believe it or not we did it to make cars safer? Here's a little bit of chemistry and a little bit of history. All in one way back in the day. You didn't turn key or push a button to start your car. You used a hand crank? You'd literally attach a crank handle to the engine crankshaft. And then turn it repeatedly. Until the engine got the energy it needed to run on its own. The only problem besides the physical effort was that crank engines were incredibly dangerous if the engine kicked back while you were cranking the handle could kick back to pummeling you in the process and on one fateful day. In April nineteen o eight a car engine kicked back on auto manufacturer. Byron Carter so hard complications from his injury led to his death. Just days later Carter had been a close personal friend of Henry, Emily Lind who was the founder of Cadillac and leave. Swore his company would build a crank lists car to prevent a tragedy like that from ever happening again leeland made the nineteen twelve Cadillac the first car to use an electric starter. But its engine was deafening and inefficient fuel chemistry quirks made pockets of air and fuel ignite when they weren't supposed to scientists worked for years on fixing the problem, but they didn't come up with a solution until nineteen twenty one nearly a decade later, they discovered that when you mix it with kerosene fuel the magic ingredient to make an engine per was you guessed it Tetra ethyl lead soon companies began manufacturing the new ethyl gasoline and nearly as soon workers in factories began hallucinating at best or dying at worst. And unfortunately auto manufacturers knew about the dangers. They just didn't make it public. Scientists looked into the risks associated with lead in gasoline, but their industry funders required approval of their findings before they were published in one thousand nine hundred. I five Dr Alice Hamilton testified at a government conference that when it came to lead any amount was too much. And this wasn't new information for scientists still it wasn't until the nineteen seventies. That lead was finally banned from gasoline in the US, and it's made a big difference. The average blood lead level in the US has dropped to barely detectable levels. One study found the preschool children in the nineteen nineties had IQ's up to four point seven points higher than children in the nineteen seventies today only three countries in the world. Use leaded gasoline of far cry from the nineteen sixties when more than one hundred countries did mistakes can be devastating. But sometimes we bounce

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Tennessee Whiskey Relies on Missing Ingredients

60-Second Science

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Tennessee Whiskey Relies on Missing Ingredients

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata all bourbon, whiskey doesn't have to be made in bourbon county Kentucky. But it does have to be produced from at least fifty one percent corn. And it has to be aged in unused charred oak barrels Tennessee, whiskey on the other hand must be made in Tennessee as the name implies. And in addition to the steps that create a bourbon, the distilled whiskey undergoes, another one called the Lincoln county process where you take your fresh whiskey this lie and you filter through sugar maple charcoal. It's also called charcoal mellowing trend. Curly is a graduate student in food science at the university of Tennessee institute of agriculture and just for the record personally, I prefer bourbon whiskey filtration through charcoal made from the wood of the sugar maple tree is known to mellow the flavor of Tennessee whiskeys like Jack Daniels, but the underlying chemistry was a bit. More of a mystery. So curly teamed up with the sugar Lynn's distilling company in Gatlinburg Tennessee to. Put their whiskey to the test. He used gas chromatography coupled with actual human sniffing to identify about three dozen aromatic compounds contributing to the whiskeys flavor profile, he then tracked the quantities of four of them to branch dock halls and two ethyl esters before. And after the Lincoln county process turns out the charcoal stripped out, a third of the branched alcohols in nearly half of the ethyl esters curly's advisor food chemist, John Peterman Afo. Hey, co message is that the branched alcohols and at the last Jewish that we analyzed in this study decreased, and that the distillate was smoother tasting and less harsh after the Lincoln county process. The researchers presented the work at an American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando and the goal. Curly says is to take some of the guesswork out of making great, whiskey, especially when the stakes are high. There was a head to Stiller at one of the big bourbon distilleries who said you really only get two chances to make a fifteen year old with. Munaf again, basically, we're just optimizing the tools to help the distillers get to the flavor profile that they want as for the flavor profile. He wants well. I'm not saying that Tennessee, whiskey is better just is. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"ethyl" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"From that time until they reach age thirteen the urine was tested for the presence of different chemicals, such as ethyl phthalate and try close in the first of which is often used as a stabiliser in fragrances, and cosmetics. The second is founded toothpaste so without late. We've talked about the fa- phthalates and how they could be endocrine disrupters mess with. People's hormone processes, and then try close, and we've seen tried closing a lot of soaps, and sanitizers, etc. Even toothpastes. So by the end, researchers in the school of public health found that daughters of mothers who had higher levels of phthalate and trae close into their bodies during pregnancy experience puberty at younger ages. That the same was not true for boys. They said we're specifically each time the concentration of the two chemicals diangelo fatality Dietrich close in doubled in the moms urine the timing of developmental milestones. And girls shifted approximately one month earlier, they said girls want higher concentrations of parabens, we get parabens Vince from makeup in our urine at age nine also experienced puberty, a younger ages now parabens are used in cosmetics as preservative the findings come after a number of studies of the past two decades of shown that girls, and possibly voice have been experiencing puberty at progressively younger ages, they are getting younger when they're going through it. I want to well, we'll talk about why to in a second. I know that's on everybody's mind. Their died to hear about my pupil. Journey. And so we'll we'll we'll hit that very very shortly. I promise. I should have actually teased that in the beginning of the show that we'll be talking about journey through puberty. I'm sure we would have gotten a hell of a more listeners right without one. But don't don't turn off the radio. Let me finish. The metagogued warn you guys when we talk about my puberty. I'll warn you guys. So just stay out for a couple of minutes longer the findings. Come after numbers said he's you guys are. So mean over the past two decades that have shown that girls, a possibly voice are experiencing puberty, progressively younger ages. Puberty had a young age has been linked with increased risk of mental illness breast and ovarian cancer and girls and testicular cancer, invoice. But they say the study is one of the few that are specifically analyze how these chemicals could affect the growth in human children. They want to know the effect exposure had before birth and during puberty, and so we know that some of the things we put on our bodies are getting into our bodies either they pass through the skin or we breed them in or we inadvertently ingests them. They said we need to know how these chemicals are affecting our health. They say, it's not absolutely certain the chemicals are causing the girls to reach puberty at a younger age, but there may be an associate of lake or association. They say people should be aware that there are chemicals of personal care products that could be disrupted hormones in our body dot. Okay. Good. I mean does. She's a great reporter Madeline Farber. Great reporter. But. Yep. So. We know that something's going on. I mean. Okay. So when I get dressed in the morning. And I don't like putting a lot on. I'm not really big with moisturizers and lotions and all that. But if I really did it, right? And I did what a lot of girls do. Okay. I don't wash my hair every day. My scalp will get too dry so wash my hair every few days. I'll do a blow out my my my own. I'll do my here. My own that lasted a couple of days this when my scalp gets a little bit of oil and helps keep it from flaking, and whatever so I'll go every few days summer more often I'll wash it because it's hot outside. So I wake up in the morning. And I will maybe, you know, smell the cats and the dogs, so I'll spray some room spray. You guys think? Yeah. You stick so Bill. There's my first exposure to chemicals, then I p. And I'm in the bathroom and the toilet paper scented. Or if there's an air freshener in the potty that a plug in whatever I'll get exposed to that. Then I'll get into the shower for wash my hair, there's multiple steps to wash my hair. I have shampoo conditioner. Then I have a finishing rents or detained solution at the same time. I'm using a fourth bottle. There's tons of bottles and my shower for soap, so I could scrub or whatever. Okay. Yeah. You gotta have nice clean. You. Then I get out and grab a towel. The towel had been washed in soap and fabric softener. So now, I am surrounding my off or bathing myself in cotton that had been doused in chemicals in its infancy. Then I get dressed find some clothes and the clothes were also washed with the same detergent fabric softener. So I get some close on right, man. I put some dealer you really should put on the night before when you shower before you go to bed, I shower also. But. So. Then I have to put some facial moisturizer? Joe Patricia razor all over my arms and all that. I don't do that. I probably could. But I put face moisturizer? Then that's like my base. And then I start to put my makeup on half foundation. I have then eyeliner I have I shadow I blush. I f powder I have lipstick and I put all that on. Now, I need to do my hair. So I used some bio silk, I forgot what it's called. But I use an oil on my hair. I also use something for my scalp to prevent thinning Nyack season. And then I spray some moose or gel in my hair. Then I do my hair. Then I spray hairspray on my hair. I mean, look at this look at all these chemicals. I'm exposing to and that's just in the first twenty minutes of my day. And then of course, I put a body spray on before I go to work. That's a little ridiculous. And I wonder why my metabolism is off your breathing to send your soaking it in. So puberty for me. I say every puberty when I was thirteen because that's one of my period started. But puberty starts earlier than that. You have breast buddy and things like that. Oh, man that was hilarious. I went from being flat chested at age eleven to like a double be. I I don't know what the heck happened. But it was like my mom was scared. None of my blouses would fit pure. I just got curves. I got really tall. I was skinny. And then all of a sudden I gained thirty pounds in one year and I had curves. And my mom was curvy. My sister was curvy. My aunt was curvy. Grandma, was curvy is always going to happen. It was genetic. Even though I wasn't eating a lot. It was at our poor time. You know, one of our poor times. I wasn't really eating the snack and a lot of stuff. But that's kind of what hormones do if I was destined to be curvy. There was a genetic potential for that. And we didn't really use a lot of perfumes and sprays and things like that. We didn't really do that. And so so we. There's gotta be a genetic component to. Puberty. And and and and the h, but if I had been exposed that would make sense that there would be some changes there would be some earlier development. Now, I think that the reason why we have early puberty is because we have more obese kicks fat makes you go through puberty earlier. And so we have a couple of kids one very skinny one a little bit more. You know, Corey. You know, a little bit more. Stout. And he went muscular, and he went through puberty earlier than the other one through puberty, and they're gonna kill me that I'm talking about that on air, but body weight does make a difference..

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FDA Issues a Recall of the Popular High Blood Pressure Drug

Nick Digilio

06:54 min | 2 years ago

FDA Issues a Recall of the Popular High Blood Pressure Drug

"I remember that generic blood pressure medication that had to be recalled. Barely. There was a suspected carcinogen. Now, they found a second carcinogen. So I'll tell you guys what's going on. We actually got some good news and bad news within so we'll deal with the bad news. First. Regulators are flagging a second potential carcinogen in the China made heart drunk as you know. There was a blood pressure medicine. Generic blood pressure medicine, Vel certain manufactured in. Zhang whole high pharmaceuticals in China. And as part of the manufacturing process n d m a was created and praises of it were found within the pills. This happened back in the summer. And so health regulators had to as well as our FDA had to initiate worldwide recalls of the generic medication. Thou certain is a generic for the brand name divan fantastic blood pressure medicine in the AARP, the edgy tested receptor blocker family. But unfortunately, during the generic processing that happened in this Chinese pharmaceutical plants this after product or by product was made and D M A, which is the original one that was found. It basically contains nitrosamines nitrosamines it's in that classroom. Nitrosamines has been linked to cancer, especially in animals. We also see nitrosamines in smoked cured meats. Tobacco. And these nitro sa- means have unfortunately been implicated in amicable cancers such as lung and liver. So the second I guess compound rather than the nitro so Di methyl Amine is the nitro so diethylene N D E A. So rather than Di methyl Amine? It's Di ethyl Amine and DA that has also been detected in the Val certain made by Jay z Zhang cli- pharmaceuticals in its previous manufacturing process before changes were introduced it two thousand twelve so data on levels of NDA. And what it can actually do is still limited. And so the European Medicines Agency is all over this. They're the ones that of came out, you know, making us aware, and they are going to provide further information on whether it's presence impacts of risk assessment. Once more information becomes available. Now, the watchdog also says at further risk assessment had confirmed that the lifetime risk of cancer from exposure to these is still very low. So what is the good news? Well, there has been a recent study sane. There is overall no short-term risk of cancer. According to the latest study on the DM, a not the N D E A because the news just broke. And they've been studying the MD as since the July recall, so the US FDA July recall, the veldt certain medications, and then the FDA European health agencies wanted to look into where we weren't cancer risk. They say Danish patients exposed to eight invalid certain products, do not appear to be more likely to develop cancer. That's according to the study. And the study was just published yesterday. So according to casper Christensen, we found no evidence of an increase in short-term risk of cancer from exposure to contaminated products in the study of all adult Val sergeant users now he's a doctoral student with the university of southern Denmark's public health department. But I'm thinking, wait a second. It's been what forty five days. It's been forty five to sixty days. And how do you know that there's not going to be long term cancer risk again? Nobody's giving us the quantities of this NDA may or this NDA. So I think it's too soon. But he says that says a too soon to tell whether people exposed to end EMA vowel certain will have a long-term higher risk of cancer. So when you hear this you're like, wait a second. So short term risk means getting cancer early. But I wonder if I'm going to get cancer in my life. I mean, if somebody says, look, you may get cancer. You know at some point in your life. I mean, whether you tell me I'm gonna get into months or two years. I I'd like to know I'd like to have all my questions answered now. Please. So they say researchers did find some evidence that might influence short term risk of colon uterine cancer. But results were not statistically significant again one US exports. None of over the city expressed caution. He says, I don't think there's any reason to say this research sounds the all clear, that's according to Dr James Januzzi, it looks like jacuzzi. But it's Januzzi. He's a cardiologists with Massachusetts General Hospital. He says I literally just got off the phone with the patient of called me about this question. And I switch them off the generic certain to another drug now, not all Val certain medicines for the high blood pressure or heart failure having recalled only certain brands, so the recalled products were those distributed by major pharmaceutical socal healthcare and Tiba pharmaceuticals. Also, some of the certain hydrochlorothiazide formulations that were distributed by socal healthcare. So about certain many times will be added to a little diabetic. There'll be a little diarrhea added to it. And that seems. To augment its blood pressure lowering effect. Plus it helps with heart failure. I it's a great class of medication. I love the air because medication to just this is a manufacturing issue. And the question I have is if they caught this in this one drug. What about all the other drugs? I mean, I I'm hoping they are researching like crazy every single drug made out of this pharmaceutical plant, and then look at some other plants because people copy each other's manufacturing process. I doubt this is the only plant that did this. So contaminated medications. This is the first time we've seen it happened. It looks like they've been on top of it. And from what I understand all those products should be out of the loop. But what's gonna end up happening is people are going to avoid certain altogether.

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"ethyl" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I did i wouldn't admitted it okay so up ever find a henry fonda and refound here in refined is married to katherine hepburn in the movie right is right now right so in the movie i believe her name isn't it ethyl i don't hold on a second hold on as i got i don't know that i've actually seen the movie and a if i did i definitely wouldn't admit okay hold on a second so uh old on what can i do now just look at it after make sure so let's see let me go to mi going hush it hold on a second what are you go i wanted to go down in highly d i'll have to go to i am db dot com in order to see how say our hotline wholehearted i got i'm just trying to build an uncle outlined italian earnings yeah character was s o fair okay ethyl fair it found flick i have a lift a fourth i save it to my wife all the time i say hey f o f o fair i said i know it sounds like i have a list when his hip henry fonda actually says in the movies talks about his wife apple and f earth at his name as norman fair so nordia air jr is not so bad but fo fire found like a heavy lift sara dallin that is again my my movie reference of the day i know i'm not as good as you a movie references but i did or a booby reference from 1980 one from on golden pond so i fucking rock okay okay i have to give you a credit where credit is due you did pull a movie called out of doubt she never do but i just his whole equips thing is just amazing to me i had no idea it was actually marketing stuff and you can actually have the quiz branch in certain direction and ask certain other questions depending on how somebody answered the question before i like conditional questions down very good so that's that's what we talk about with josh hayna today hey them is the same as ethyl fair accepted in networks what's up is not the same thing on the sorry to check out.

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"ethyl" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Multiple that's what ethyl did when she gave birth last month and she's now back home being visited by a community health assistant cold malifa she checks up on ethyl and the baby and gives advice i might have to work to agree remake an here at home of and get an easier to talk about problems than the clean league it's always a crowd of malawian tops his teach mothers the kangaroo method which uses their own body heat to keep these tiny underway newborns woo oil child marriage and the resulting pregnancies are a particular problem in malawi and can lead to early birth jennifer is just sixteen she left school age twelve and got married last year had baby dan was born two weeks ago and has been treated at this unit low low with it i felt a lot of pain giving birth so i really don't want to have another child i wasn't told anything about family planning but i don't think dan bongino but a bigger picture is things have got better unisex says it's because malawi has been open to new ideas on the developing countries may want to follow that example to give newborns a better chance at life liberty soccer reporting from malawi scientists serve discovered the cause of a rare blood vessel disorder of the can lead to serious disfigurement and lifethreatening bleeding and children the research involving london's great ormond street hospital pinpoints the genes responsible for the condition doctors believe drugs normally used to treat cancer could be able to reduce its severity or medical correspondent fergus walsh has this report.

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"ethyl" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Multiple that's what ethyl did when she gave birth last month and she's now back home being visited by a community health assistant cold malifa she checks up on ethyl and the baby and gives advice i might have to work to agree remake an here at home of and get an easier to talk about problems than the clean league it's always a crowd of malawian tops his teach mothers the kangaroo method which uses their own body heat to keep these tiny underway newborns woo oil child marriage and the resulting pregnancies are a particular problem in malawi and can lead to early birth jennifer is just sixteen she left school age twelve and got married last year had baby dan was born two weeks ago and has been treated at this unit low low with it i felt a lot of pain giving birth so i really don't want to have another child i wasn't told anything about family planning but i don't think dan bongino but a bigger picture is things have got better unisex says it's because malawi has been open to new ideas on the developing countries may want to follow that example to give newborns a better chance at life liberty soccer reporting from malawi scientists serve discovered the cause of a rare blood vessel disorder of the can lead to serious disfigurement and lifethreatening bleeding and children the research involving london's great ormond street hospital pinpoints the genes responsible for the condition doctors believe drugs normally used to treat cancer could be able to reduce its severity or medical correspondent fergus walsh has this report.

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"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Let us lifelike on mars what did the creatures they're look like well we've been able to figure that out now come to the rules euro aquarium deal regime and his wife ethyl have created the ratio aquarium with deep sea creatures in an aquarium that's right saltwater fish in an aquarium and as they guide you through it they tell you this is probably what it looks like on mars yes we feel that that could be what mars looks like a lot of weird look and people that have fins and it was a shot this is phil emery show and filling showed dot com don't forget to get a better exchange pass to our website because if you can now get on the ground floor now man that you'll avoided the the price going up his we are ruling out anew website design here within the next thirty days result can we are going to have a new pricing tier so those of you that are in now and and people from like the late 90s early noughties as they call it the other two two ooo the noughties get from much delay there they're still planned paying the price of 635 some people are still paying who will still be paying 985 or whatever so anyway get back stage pass and forget everything that i just said okay market would either in what we have launched uh chris norton back on the line with us and chris is in a hermosa beach prison the correct correct all right so what is the the national football league's new england patriots have filed to trade but what.

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"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Let us lifelike on mars what did the creatures they're look like well we've been able to figure that out now come to the rules euro aquarium deal regime and his wife ethyl have created the ratio aquarium with deep sea creatures in an aquarium that's right saltwater fish in an aquarium and as they guide you through it they tell you this is probably what it looks like on mars yes we feel that that could be what mars looks like a lot of weird look and people that have fins and it was a shot this is phil emery show and filling showed dot com don't forget to get a better exchange pass to our website because if you can now get on the ground floor now man that you'll avoided the the price going up his we are ruling out anew website design here within the next thirty days result can we are going to have a new pricing tier so those of you that are in now and and people from like the late 90s early noughties as they call it the other two two ooo the noughties get from much delay there they're still planned paying the price of 635 some people are still paying who will still be paying 985 or whatever so anyway get back stage pass and forget everything that i just said okay market would either in what we have launched uh chris norton back on the line with us and chris is in a hermosa beach prison the correct correct all right so what is the the national football league's new england patriots have filed to trade but what.

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"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Let us lifelike on mars what did the creatures they're look like well we've been able to figure that out now come to the rules euro aquarium deal regime and his wife ethyl have created the ratio aquarium with deep sea creatures in an aquarium that's right saltwater fish in an aquarium and as they guide you through it they tell you this is probably what it looks like on mars yes we feel that that could be what mars looks like a lot of weird look and people that have fins and it was a shot this is phil emery show and filling showed dot com don't forget to get a better exchange pass to our website because if you can now get on the ground floor now man that you'll avoided the the price going up his we are ruling out anew website design here within the next thirty days result can we are going to have a new pricing tier so those of you that are in now and and people from like the late 90s early noughties as they call it the other two two ooo the noughties get from much delay there they're still planned paying the price of 635 some people are still paying who will still be paying 985 or whatever so anyway get back stage pass and forget everything that i just said okay market would either in what we have launched uh chris norton back on the line with us and chris is in a hermosa beach prison the correct correct all right so what is the the national football league's new england patriots have filed to trade but what.

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"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Let us lifelike on mars what did the creatures they're look like well we've been able to figure that out now come to the rules euro aquarium deal regime and his wife ethyl have created the ratio aquarium with deep sea creatures in an aquarium that's right saltwater fish in an aquarium and as they guide you through it they tell you this is probably what it looks like on mars yes we feel that that could be what mars looks like a lot of weird look and people that have fins and it was a shot this is phil emery show and filling showed dot com don't forget to get a better exchange pass to our website because if you can now get on the ground floor now man that you'll avoided the the price going up his we are ruling out anew website design here within the next thirty days result can we are going to have a new pricing tier so those of you that are in now and and people from like the late 90s early noughties as they call it the other two two ooo the noughties get from much delay there they're still planned paying the price of 635 some people are still paying who will still be paying 985 or whatever so anyway get back stage pass and forget everything that i just said okay market would either in what we have launched uh chris norton back on the line with us and chris is in a hermosa beach prison the correct correct all right so what is the the national football league's new england patriots have filed to trade but what.

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"ethyl" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on KGO 810

"Have been i get a ton of pushback every time i bring this up on the air one of the reasons we have a high well we have a complicated set of factors why we have a high cost of living we it is we have any time you want to build something especially if you're anywhere near the coast you have thirty seven different agencies absolutely so we have overlapping regulatory have sequel which allows trial lawyers to get involved and and hold up while or all year well because we love our beaches while of course we love our beaches so that's why we have it open sees that trial lawyers you can devise a system for protecting our beaches that doesn't involve handing over huge amounts of money to trial lawyer on on the off side though sequel protected i i know a lot of people and like surf rider foundation for example and i was on board with this can't think of his name the billionaire from silicon valley who bought the beach by half moon bay and then closed it off to the public agreed that's why we have seat hopeful act now that's actually the coastal ethyl close lacked the 1971 but but that only we don't need to have these laws that are written to benefit a certain interest rubin the trial lawyers is one interest group the environmental lawyers i mean you know we're we're we could get into the weeds on this but the point is these interest groups exercise their power in sacramento when they get provisions included that open up profit opportunities for them all i know another example of that yes absolute all i'm suggestion is that have we had a governor and a legislature that were free of these funding interests the big unions and the big zils we would have a lot more a lot more affordable state john cox for governor gubernatorial candidate republican i've we have thirty seconds.

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"ethyl" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on WEEI

"Radio network in seven sixty wjr detroit head coach jim caldwell happy without matthew stafford continues to work with his receivers blazel reagan's force 5050 balza he buys awaited to come up with a get his body in position to go pull ethyl now aggressively so was pretty close to have a a month but he used a little bit of a brute force on the guy so uh but nevertheless i think in matthews comfortable with a were these guys are going after the ball form ibran goes up in catches at one extremely haining zone and that's what's gonna happen guys gonna make place where every throws night on the absolutely perfect and he's got trust you enough that in 5050 situations he's gonna lay it up there and and no is gonna be darbar nobody's ball all the more licka callan johnson bodies i woke martin's are now that lightweight he's so good as it wishes by me see your guy i will suspect is pretty good basketball breaking boxoffice regardless of didn't take as you well know point guards box of big men sometimes so if you're getting right position so that's the thing i think he does will you understand motti position they also can job and he's got the good strong winds playoff hopes very much alive on the road next sunday against the mangled say ramp up the regular season on new year's eve day at home against the green bay packers lanes defense six game this season with three takeaways most in the nfl daria slay two of their three interceptions coming against bears quarterback mitchell trubisky export general night on espn radio that espn app i'm steve lennox we moved to the nba from saturday knicks without kristaps porzingis as.

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"ethyl" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on Love Your Work

"On so i'm so excited about this idea of you providing this is like a service to companies because you you already see it in action there's already companies that provides say a page sabbatical every however many years um so you know why if you're funding a sabbatical for an employee to go often explore something and not do any work for you for however long it is seven weeks or whatever why not invest that money in in having an employee that still productive perhaps more productive perhaps a but is having this great experience thanks to you by ethyl inc so that's that's that's so exciting i didn't see your strategic plan did you posted online now i think you got gotta i think you may have gone on my email and i think i don't know what happened but i feel like but now that you are now that you have read it and you're on board i say you just come on the role with me spreading the gospel about this at spout as as very cool well thanks so much for taking the time to chat today and i just want to remind our listeners because i would love to see some of them come through medigene that they have to opportunities to come through medigene with you right they can come on the whole wander year more there's the i kept ramble is called ethnic god it's called the one a year old the second one the one month they're caught up rates yes that approved yet you so there's a couple of opportunities and they can go where can they go do them it's the website is wander his life that communiststyle that w a in is a nancy the dog e r i ss in sam t as an tom life wander lifecom wondrous life is no funny l y e or anything else values is.

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"ethyl" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Is it my ethyl used all would say to me what i what i was the loss that for something like using the full blocks of cushman down by the way they weren't just cushman donuts they were dayold krish cushman though not a whole lot now i would say he's not but the whole block fox with just the copied a couple of them and by the way back in those days did it up microwave ovens the they all doled out step doesn't mean a lot now does it you just put them in there for fifteen seconds good is new good is new not back in those days thank you for migrated beyond and how we made you listen to magic radio the whole way out to the biggie give me now what did you listen to grace would have we listen carefully reference a rash rush limbaugh and you frequent he came in a car for two second than i had the radio on take some fnc shanghia media he goes into your donor asked your nine rush thank you can announce their something listening to some hip hop you will really very unhappy country music now left country fits country with quotation marks around the modern country it's kinda like a cotton candy country earlier really if you shoot the turkey it are they inedible if you add is dead and i eat law finger the issue did you say that grace i just ask allison sometimes if you find an animal dead on its own michael i think hailed you can't eat it wasn't set we're looking back yes that makes sense that is that how she's making trai i don't think we were talking about like some animal with died of natural causes like read for instance one's talking about the heating eating bad animal only playing live if we're shooting ottis turkey's i hope that they're being eaten because he reveal waste tissue all of these perfectly gay turkeys and naughty pump is that crazy hey how do they had record what we can't at the vhp not this year but you know what what are you thank you think by next year at this time they'll be a week 10th yeah people around they're pretty much agree yeah you know i mean i i think it's legal now in massachusetts the smoke pot but it's not legal to have the recreational facilities opened yet none of them are open a year from now though up at.

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"ethyl" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The phone rang or ethyl said to me there's a a call for you and i responded i had blown the game the difference in this kind of training is that not always were the methods kind they were there were often very uh denigrating remarks made rather than corrections again it's something that i recall uh because it was important to me when i was raising kids to not do that to them to to correct rather than a new call them wicked little whatever they ours i remember the first thomas or the miracle worker the movie when i was a child are light the movie ula and it's scared mielert meal you're scared me because the whole idea that somebody could go through life born blind and deaf terrified me when you're a kid you never yours figaro awoko this could happen to me tomorrow she not so it was a very as a very frightening thing i figured or gosh i must have been frightening for you to um especially when you're playing it on broadway when you were younger i hate to think about that so much about what it would be like to be blind and deaf at frankly i can't believe is that i've never really thought of it in those terms before i had many many many fears as and obsessive fears as a young person and may be uh i was incorporating them into that role and i do know for a fact that the role was very therapeutic from me oh how many ways uh the home life with ross's became quite distorted as i got to be twelve and thirteen fourteen which were the miracle of years.

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"ethyl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Save himself and his wife and he showed little remorse but still here i didn't have to go way they'll be killed mealy salai he sister didn't you know i like to say something i would not sacrifice my wife and my children for my sister i like that my wife is more important than me and my sister greenglass said he was pressed to give this false testimony by one of the prosecutors in the case roy kuhn who would go on to become senator joseph mccarthy's right hand man and was later disbarred for unethical conduct the coen encourage you to testify that you you saul ethyl up the note of course he did as a reward for his testimony against the rosenbergs david greenglass gutter reduced sentence and his wife ruth who had served as a soviet career never spent a day in prison prosecutors believe the prospect of ethyl dying in the electric chair would force julius rosenberg to confess in name other soviet spies in the case of my mother she really is collateral damage in oh this is this is the government trying putting a gun to her ed insane to julie talk will killer you don't think she was in bothell we don't believe that and we're in fact we believe the science has virtually prove that after david ruth greenglass died their testimony to a grand jury before the rosenbergs trial was unsealed there was no mention of ethel rosenberg typing up david greenglass this notes and windows soviet messages the us had been secretly decoding were publicly released they showed the soviets had never given ethel rosenberg okuda name in 1997 julius rosenberg former soviet handler alexander feklisov went public with tales of julius is spy missions with soviet union feklisov had this to say about ethel rosenberg earth so member work for of she didn't do the third based on this information robert and michael mirror poll launched a campaign to clear their mother's name in two thousand fifteen they got thirteen members the new york city council to issue a proclamation declaring the government wrongfully executed apple roosenburg it is time for the federal government to step up and do the same last year they launched a petition drive calling on president obama to exonerate their mother before leaving office but historian ron radar she told us given the.

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"ethyl" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on WTMA

"Eightyfiveyearold thomas sweat nannies eighty three year old wife ethyl or two of the victims sweating says the phony lands caper knocked on his door tuesday afternoon said he was with a company called green thelma south carolina third district carriers and jeff dug it is thanking his guardian angel that he was not shot at that alexandria baseball park yesterday morning he left the field early to get a jump on the traffic yesterday morning he later received a phone call from a friend ask scheme about the shooting dunkin' was the only member of the south carolina congressional delegation practicing for tonight's annual charity baseball game yesterday afternoon his washington office held a conference call with south carolina media outlets wtma was one of them duggan told reporters that some questions will never be answered since the shooter was shot and killed but that some things are known he's dead now and as unfortunate we can't question and ask him what his motivation was but i will say this because of our personal interaction winning he was targeting republicans north charleston police are investigating a shooting early this morning that said one person to the hospital police responded to the two thousand block of our buddhist avenue shortly after five and fell one man had been shot according to north charleston police spokesman spencer prior witnesses reported hearing four shots and one man said a bullet was law logitech is television set the extent of the injuries was not immediately available the dorchester county sheriff's office says they seized ten gambling machines and eleven thousand nine hundred dollars from a business and somerville officials say they began an investigation into illegal gambling at three ninety eight f west fifth north street somerville observe irving suspicious activity reports say an undercover detective infiltrated the gambling business and was able to play the machines on several occasions detectives arrested jason wong for unlawful games and betting the charleston county school district coasting six public listening sessions together and input in feedback in order to create a new strategic plan for the district the sessions will include roundtable discussions from each of the following categories teachers principles paired students civic community leaders and business leaders.

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"ethyl" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"ethyl" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To the nfl join odell beckham junior always in the news during the season are during the offseason giants coach men makwetu said friday that he believes wide receiver odell beckham junior we'll be at minicamp next week beckham did miss voluntary otas the past three weeks espn nfl insider dandruff ziana oh i know del taken a stance from motoko beckoned standpoint his contract if this is the issue his god rex paying a little over one point eight million this year annexing the six e third highest paid wide receiver the nfl clearly he's better than that he is at least a sixty two wide receiver i think we all agree on that his fifth year option for twenty eighteen pace of about eight and a half million so although beckons sees these underpaid and that he's a long way away from getting a longterm contract the likes of which the top receivers get so that's an issue and maybe he decides to stay away from the many can't day retraining can't they make a statement about that that's a navy we don't know may not happen lightly much ado about nothing so we'll see at this contract is really an issue in odell beckham as might that leads him to stay away from required events in the aussies so should the judge negotiate a term view all right now with beckham so on performance there's no doubt as one of the top receivers in the league and should be paid as such but if you're the giants there's no reason to move now because you have three years worth of control of him and if you commit to a now any gets heard or if the offfield stuff that you know punching walls and and getting into it with kicking ads and hollerin' officials and other players if that starts ask become a problem form which so far it hasn't been but if it does i think if you're the giants you're holding off to see the next year or so goes with odell beckham you're hoping the production stays the way it has been and that the emotional stuff mellos out a little bit and then he had no problem whatsoever committing to a longterm but there's no reason for the giants the move right now is pnn ethyl insider dan grounds yano appearing on sports center and finally tissue missed.

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