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"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"I think now this mass clothes thing is going to bring the dive bar back because every there i was listening to the radio this morning people were calling in dive bars packed to the gills. No one had masks you talk to people like went to somerset and like everyone does wearing them You know it's still very much a thing So it's gonna be interesting how this all pans out but it's going to be nice to To to get out no out about see a lot of people. I don't know what they look like like my physical therapist. I have no idea what what both of them look like. There's bartenders at new places. We've went to restaurants that. I have no idea what they look like. I mean this is going to be like like this weird coming out party like hey no one's going to know who you are Gasoline we had breakfast last week. I saw my neighbor. And i'm like yelling. What he did. Pull my mask down the street. And he's like you know like nobody knows who anybody is like. I think some people actually like the anonymity. I i was reading a couple things where people are like. I kind like this whole that people not knowing what you know who is who in walking around. You know be nice. Forget that you're what fifty sixty seventy pounds lighter so that might be contributing to it for you know. I put it back i. I'm not moving as much like eat like crap. I i gotta. I gotta go back on it. Yeah no i. Don t eight days of sugar free so except for my drink my fair share and burying nager on friday night so i made up for during the week now sugar in that now on your so i gotta hop. A new story will quicken. Then we'll get into some stories of the week I had one of the funniest. Saturdays have had a very very very long time. I'm expecting for not eventful. Saturday drinking coffee watching soccer on tv. Right is pretty pretty chill. You know kids are all either spending. That i had friends that are gone. And it's pretty quiet a house and i got a text going. Keep it classy. And i go from some of that. I don't talk to alter started rekindling. Our friendship go. What the hell did i do. Your comes a picture and it's a picture from the of basically a to. How do i put this to marital aids about yay long..
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"The world is big van. come to me from where you at. Leon liaoning boulder colorado. Today's guy named man. We've been talking about Getting together on a podcast and shooting the breeze you reached out to me through email and it was so good to hear from you. Because i've been wanting to get you on the show and just really basically wondering in general how you doing because i hadn't heard from so many years How you feel and right now. I feel good. I mean i'm. I'm probably in better shape than i've been in the last twenty years physically. Mentally things are going well. You know. I'm in the gym every day. And i i'm i'm on the road a little bit here so things are going good at and you know talking about you. How long have we go back. We we met in the early nineties debbie. Cw and i remember the first time we met the you know. I don't know. I don't remember i just remember when we hit it all and you had a hell of a run in. Wcw as the lead hill. But we're just shooting the breeze on a family friendly show. There's going to be a s bob. Here they're dropped. But would not gonna drop f bob while we're talking on this hour but i want to go back to your get because you know hell outta forgot you know you've been from boulder colorado for so long or living out in that area. I just assumed that's where you're from. But little did i know that she was born in. La we're in compton california. The hospital saint francis hospital in linda that we were living in compton and they will but you grew up fashion in that part of los angeles in in the sixties You got concerned not quite quite frankly. I mean you know confidence. You don't hear it you'll get a whole lot of white folks living in compton but back in the sixties where there are a lot more white people incompetent at the time it was probably about a sixty forty deal right and My mother had an aunt lived there. She had a big nice home in compton and remember how assert her sister. My aunt and We kind of settle next to her and my dad was working. He was a navy navy a diver and he he could weld on the water so he worked at in downtown san pedro and from compton. That was just ten fifteen minutes away so it was a good spot for up to live and we did right there on the boulevard. Right right next to compton college and know when we got there as when i was young kid you know it was a nice place to live and and as time went on it it it got more dominant in terms of you know a lot. A lot of how how to really don't how to say this but a lot of the white people were leaving town and the neighborhood was becoming more of a black neighborhood and you know it it. It was a rough place to grow up. I mean you you wanted to live in. Come to california. you've had to earn it. Let's put it that way. Well how long we there because you went to bell high right because that's that's not confident high school. How'd you end up over at bill. My father he invented you know that electric hoist where they host cars up and work on the muffler underneath. Yeah ok well. My dad actually invented that and sold it for. I think two thousand dollars to a couple of guys and and they became millionaires and he. My dad actually built the first one because he was a welder and he was getting those pits the what they used to do drive cars over a little pit in the ground and you'd get in there and lay on your back and will these mufflers and fixing and stuff like that and he he kind of was he. He was a smart man and Pretty creative in types of things and he built his hoisted. It just lifted it up. You could stand there and cut this thing off and work. And and he didn't know he had and he sold it and guys mass produced that and you know made millions of dollars in los angeles muffler shops across country. Now don i'm so we were doing pretty well and He was making good money move. We've moved out to anaheim one of those little houses. They had tore down four down one of those orange groves and bill built some little small single family home and then from there. We migrate back to bill in. I went to school by then. Did you've always been a big guy. we were talking earlier and your mother was like four feet. How many inches tall were. Mom god bless you thank you for real unit of. She sees the love of my life. I'll tell you what she four foot. Ten and just tougher now and she's eighty seven year old today. She walks a half hour day. She'll outlive me. that's for sure. But she let him. Now she doesn't sonora california. Okay that's not my sister and brother up there and it's a it's a little mountain town just a couple of hours north of sacramento. And they like it up. It's rough through thirty five hundred feet. So they don't they. Don't get much snow and it's a little bit cooler. In the summers you know sacramento gets pretty hot now. And they're doing great but anyway she she's four foot ten and the doctor grabbed. My dad. Said hey you know. We don't know what you've got in there but it's big and he's come out now so at seven months and three weeks i came out at ten pounds and the sixteen inches and twenty three and a half inches long and the i guess the thinking that was if they did not induce leary when they did. You probably was killed when long you know giving me birth. I was just too big for my guy. He six four and grandpa. Six six in red headed guy. I got my size. My dad's side of the family. Obviously you start growing up. Are you bigger than everybody in every single class. You're in you're in for a long time. I mean i kind of felt out of place. I was a little bit awkward. Socially i was you know fourth grade. I'm a foot taller and everybody in you. Know fifty sixty seventy pounds every everybody and i you know. I was overweight but i wasn't fat. I was just. I was big right my i remember my dad was he. This thing was. He used to cook breakfast on sunday morning. Steve and that was his thing can go. He could cook eggs and sausage and bacon pancakes and just anything you want grits and he that was his deal and polished off ten fifteen eggs and pancakes and i got up from that table and i guess he took a look at my by stood up and turn my back and stretch my.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Week all live all the time thanks for joining us everybody this is a CBS sports radio I'm your host Richard rare thank you so much for joining us tonight they have great telephone calls great guests and if we did our job we made you smile just a little bit took your mind off of everything going on in the world right now and all the uncertainty so the couple people called up and said yep you did took our minds off this for just a little bit so thank you guys for hanging out and it's as much for you as it is for me giving me something to distract myself by by doing the show tonight as well so again is all of us are in this together it's it's good to remind each other that there can be a bit of normalcy in very a normal times number of you to join us here on the program a five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four two two seven I'm just trying to figure out nineteen ninety five where was I in nineteen ninety five a sprite getting in trouble somewhere probably just started to work in radio yeah I did I think I I went to the Super Bowl that year figures for Super Bowl ever covered the long time ago probably fifty sixty seventy pounds ago for me in he fears for you so that Prescott you pop the franchise tag on that's good but is that enough to win you a Superbowl if your Dallas Cowboys fan or you're just tired of watching everybody else go to the Superbowl except for you number for you to join us eight five five two one two four two two so that clean let's talk about the Browns you're next on CBS sports radio good morning read more man thanks for taking my call thank you for calling brother Hey you know I'm suffering from a work injury let's get this out of the land suffering for a work injury and I actually have family that lives in Pittsburgh in unspent S. weakening half their and more all of my Cleveland Browns gear when restaurants are still open one that bars are still open and I had multiple people come up to me and mobile Steelers fans and they are would you gentlemen they're legit scared of the Browns this are you sure they just were making you feel better no no because I've been there in years past wearing brown here and it was bunch of trash talking in the budget that the news on this and that you know you side you know it's like all you have to swallow it but all right women okay hold on a minute let me ask you a question because you're I I have a feeling you and I have a lot in common did you go in when you're trying to pick out what you were going to wear it would sure to pack two go to see the steel city into the belly of the beast did you actually go through and pick out specific items that you want to take to get a reaction out of people by wearing your brownie gear in Pittsburgh I don't I didn't purposely do it I did it all come on you know you did no no it's a boring race Cleveland I don't care where I am the stuff I this is where I'm from I'm not afraid to I'm not afraid I'm not afraid to sport no no no I'm not saying you're afraid I'm not afraid I'd listen I'm not saying that you're afraid to support it but you didn't know I am going to walk in there and I'm going to show everybody how proud I am to be a Browns fan is I go into our biggest rival city you hang out for a week absolutely okay that's what I was that he was that's All I Want to know now I respect you more than ever what absolutely what makes you say what what makes you say what would make them say that were really afraid of the brows we've seen some inconsistency you see Baker Mayfield and all the rest do they really think that they're about to overtake them one of those the one of the most good systems franchises in the National Football League question of the week it's it's now become the weakest division in football if you look at it right so then what what the roster that the Browns have Steelers fan they have to look at it and say oh my god that they have to worry about it now and now we we signed we find this hi Dan right yeah absolutely we signed it is backup quarterback who's gonna put pressure at and Baker Mayfield may we but there is a Baker may fields that I mean if people if people Sarah Baker Mayfield so much that that cousins can come in there take his job no I don't think so so still Baker Mayfield's team there are other people other people in other divisions are scared of us now and they're they're openly admitting it to me and that was that was the best part when they come up to me in a song in a Cleveland Browns teacher and what you mean said man you know we hate the Browns but oh boy whom you will be asked to say be careful what you say of the hi Matt I'm going to go that much good things the call because you're just you're just about a German to get me in trouble with that but I love I love the the fact that you you you specifically said okay I'm gonna be in Pittsburgh for a week so I'm gonna go I'm gonna go get a sandwich and then I go over here let's see of this there were my Baker Mayfield Jersey where my Brian Sipe Jersey over here let me go out and get my dog pound T. shirt the other where up to a formal event with the budget Steeler fans I love that part I'm not buying yet I'm not sure I think they really want to gauge you because they want to talk about the Browns they want to talk about the National Football League but I don't know if any Steeler fans are gonna walk ago oh my gosh you overtake us you're the best team in this bad division remember bad division with Ben Roethlisberger being out for most the year Big Ben comes back over to Pittsburgh there's a sense of normalcy that they'll get they didn't have last year Jake of Sacramento welcome your next on CBS sports radio how you doing and are you looking at Hey I'm all I'm hanging in there right now I've had fun tonight how much you all athletes well above the freezing is that it really was a good thing to see you know nice little breaks from mobile phone going on exactly exactly all right so do you want to talk about this trade between the Vikings and the bills for Dick's yeah I'm not a big bill fat actually out here in California so welcome but I want to talk about what you touched on about maybe the bills kind of got desperate maybe over paid a little bit for tanks and I initially thought that myself when I saw the trade at first but something that I noticed when I dove into a little deeper but that to the ticket that they traded what if welfare or fix it they acquired treating all the lines that they were going to cut and got extra picks they're basically playing with house money and so now look at it like basically traded the first and the fourth next year fort Dix N. coming into the draft guideline takes that they will most likely not going to keep it anyways with the process of luster I would like to keep on ninety yeah but it is then that's probably true for talking about a vacuum or just talking about well I've got all these extra pics so I can I could use some of them and I've you know it's kind of like I went to the casino in Iowa won a bunch of money so now I can double down more often in and it's not going to break me that's fine until you get up and you look how much money might go take out of the cage to can't to to cash in my chips a water a little the fact of the matter is you got to look to see what the market's going to bear and if the market bears that the bills end up paying the fair market value to get digs that good for them if it turns out that they overpaid compared to what aha the the the Texans in the in the Arizona Cardinals dealt there wide receiver for I don't care if you have those extra picks you still gave up something of value more than someone else that I think so I mean I could take the pain off of that one as well as the fact that you see the deal that Cooper dot and I know he was on the open market samples you got you know top dollar but so far the egg is probably making apps what Hooper is going to make and right on the ball for four seasons so you know we got until twenty twenty three so I'm a lucky man more money but its contract was a hell of a lot better than five years hundred and get right right if you don't but you're good but you know what also bottom ones for you Jacob you're ready yeah go ahead if if Diggs makes Allen a better quarterback that it's all worth it yeah I think that it's all worth it right thank you from winning that game Houston I mean you know and as being a whole better office because you know he needs that big big claims he would only have last year exactly there you go listen you live in Sacramento you saw the raiders last year how much of a difference what are the main we had Tony brown when he kept his mouth shut in kept his feet out of the cryogenic chamber and would've played for the raiders he would've made he would've made Derek Carr a lot better than he did that made him a lot better he would have a lot better this season their car would it brown would have stuck around for a little season instead of blowing everything up the way you did right yeah I'd turn around source exactly best to compete he was going to come to buffalo so he cried like a baby why aren't you glad he didn't well yeah yeah all right Jacob thanks man let me talk to Jimmy real quick before the top there because Amy Lawrence's waiting to take over after the top there Jimmy we only got about thirty seconds ago okay real quick the technology for a little super bowls I remember seeing in our heads you don't need to watch R. O. B. instead I moved to Dallas to Max yeah ninety three on the dam was in all of the hype in the form and all that and the only thing that I see that change was fired Jimmy and Jimmy are gearing have never let any coach take the reins of that team when they were winning like immediate and if you fired him you might have a shot at it in that block this must be a brother that's you know what you have to review that was perfect you could have done any better does Mike McCarthy get the keys to the car or does he still just lease at the car that Mr Jones lets him run Hey thanks to stupor opens up then I'll be back with you tomorrow thanks for all the great callers again wash your hands stay six.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Day seven days a week all live all the time thanks for joining us everybody this is a CBS sports radio I'm your host Richard rare thank you so much for joining us tonight they have great telephone calls great guests and if we did our job we made you smile just a little bit of took your mind off of everything going on in the world right now and all the uncertainty so a couple of people called up and said yep you did took our minds off this for just a little bit so thank you guys for hanging out and it's as much for you as it is for me giving me something to distract myself by by doing the show tonight as well so again there's all of us are in this together it's it's good to remind each other that there can be a bit of normalcy in very a normal times number of you to join us here on the program eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four two two seven I'm just trying to figure out nineteen ninety five where was I in nineteen ninety five that's probably getting in trouble somewhere probably just started to work in radio yeah I did I think I I went to the Super Bowl that year figures for Super Bowl ever covered it's a long time ago probably fifty sixty seventy pounds ago for me A. N. he hears for you so that Prescott you pop the franchise tag on that's good but is that enough to win you a Superbowl if your Dallas Cowboys fan or you're just tired of watching everybody else go to the Superbowl except for you never fear joy is a five five two one two four two two seven that clean let's talk about the Browns you're next on CBS sports radio good morning thank morning man thanks for taking my call thank you for calling brother Hey you know I'm suffering from a work injury let's get this out of the land suffering for a work injury and I actually have family that lives in Pittsburgh in and spent last week and a half there and war all of my Cleveland Browns gear when restaurants are still open one that bars are still open and I had multiple people come up to me and mobile Steelers fans and they are would you gentlemen they're legit scared of the Browns this coming year are you sure they just were making you feel better no no because I've been there in years past wearing brown here and it was a bunch of trash talking in the budget that the news and this and that you know you side you know it's like all you have to swallow it but are women okay hold on a minute let me ask you a question because you're I I have a feeling you and I have a lot in common did you go in when you're trying to pick out what you're going to wear it would sure to pack two go to see the steel city into the belly of the beast did you actually go through and pick out specific items that you want to take to get a reaction out of people by wearing your brownie gear in Pittsburgh I don't I didn't purposely do it I get it all come on you know you did no no I think I'm born and raised Cleveland I don't care where I am the stuff I this is where I'm from I'm not afraid to I'm not afraid I'm not afraid to support it no no no I'm not saying you're afraid I'm not afraid I'd listen I'm not saying that you're afraid to supported but you did know I am going to walk in there and I'm going to show everybody how proud I am to be a Browns fan is I go into our biggest rival city you hang out for a week absolutely okay that's what I would that he was that's All I Want to know now I respect you more than ever what absolutely but what makes you say it what what makes you say what would make them say that were really afraid of the Browns we've seen some inconsistency you see Baker Mayfield at all the rest do they really think that they're about to overtake the model was the one of the most good systems franchises in the National Football League the question is if the week if it's now become the weakest division in football if you look at it right so and then what what the rest of the Browns have Steelers fan they have to look at it and say oh my god that they have to worry about it now and now we we signed we find this hi Dan right yeah absolutely we signed it is backup quarterback who's gonna put pressure at and Baker Mayfield may way but there is a Baker may fields that mean that if people if people Sarah Baker Mayfield so much that the cousins can come in there take his job no I don't think so so still Baker Mayfield's team there are other people other people in other divisions are scared of us now and they're they're openly admitting it to me and that was that was the best part when they come up to me in a song a Cleveland Browns teacher and what you mean said man you know we hate the Browns but oh boy whom she knew where I was gonna say be careful what you say of the hi Matt I'm going to go double check of the eggs the call because you're just you're just about a German to get me in trouble in fact very lover of I love the the fact that you you you specifically said okay I'm gonna be in Pittsburgh for a week so I'm gonna go I'm gonna go get a sandwich on the go over here let's see of this there were my Baker Mayfield Jersey where my Brian Sipe Jersey over here let me go out and get my dog pound T. shirt the other where up to a formal event with the budget Steeler fans I love that part I'm not buying yet I'm not sure I think they really want to gauge you because I want to talk about the Browns they want to talk about the National Football League but I don't know if any Steeler fans are gonna walk ago oh my gosh you overtake us you're the best team in this bad division remember bad division with Ben Roethlisberger being out for most of the year big bed comes back or to Pittsburgh there's a sense of normalcy that they'll get they didn't have last year Jacob Sacramento welcome your next on CBS sports radio how you doing and are you looking at Hey I'm all I'm hanging in there right now I've had fun tonight how much you all athletes both on the street is being is that it really was a good thing to see you know nice little break from mobile still going on exactly exactly all right so do you want to talk about this trade between the Vikings and the bills for Dick's yeah I'm not a big bill fat actually out here in California so welcome but I want to talk about what you touched on about maybe the bills guy got desperate maybe over paid a little bit for gigs that I initially thought that myself when I saw the trade at first but something that I noticed when I dove into a little deeper but not to the pick but they traded forty fifth round pick or pick that they acquired treating all the lines that they were going to cut and got extra kicks they're basically playing with house money and so when you look at it but basically trained the first and the fourth next year fort Dix N. coming into the draft guideline takes that they will most likely not going to keep it anyways with the roster after LG washer I would like to keep online ticketing this year but it is then that's probably true for talking about a vacuum or just talking about well I've got all these extra pics so I can I could use some of them and I've you know it's kind of like I went to the casino and I won a bunch of money so now I can double down more often in and it's not gonna break me that's fine until you get up and you look how much money might go take out of the cage to can't to to cash in my chips all water a little the fact of the matter is you got to look to see what the market's going to bear and if the market bears that the bills end up paying the fair market value to get digs that good for them if it turns out that they overpaid compared to what aha the the the Texans in the in the Arizona Cardinals dealt there wide receiver for I don't care if you have those extra picks you still gave up something of value more than someone else that I think so I mean I could take the pain off without one well the fact that you see the deal that Cooper dot and I know he was on the open market samples you got enough dollars but so far the biggest part of me making apps what it was going to make and right on the ball for four seasons so you know we got until twenty twenty three so I mean let's see demand more money but its contract was a hell of a lot better than five years a hundred million get right right if you don't but you're in but you know what also bottom ones for you Jacob you're ready yeah go ahead if if Diggs makes Allen a better quarterback that it's all worth it yeah I think it's all worth it right away from winning that game Houston I mean you know and it's being a whole better off it's because you know he needs that big big play receiver than we had last year exactly there you go listen you live in Sacramento you saw the raiders last year how much of a difference one of the main mid Tony brown when he kept his mouth shut in kept his feet out of the cryogenic chamber and would've played for the raiders he would've made he would've made Derek Carr a lot better than he did that made him a lot better he would have a lot better this season their car would it brown would have stuck around for a little season instead of blowing everything up the way you did right yeah I will turn around source and check with us to compete he was going to come to buffalo so he cried like a baby why aren't you glad he didn't well yeah I am all right Jacob thanks man let me talk to Jimmy real quick before the top there because A. B. Lawrence's waiting to take over after the top there Jimmy we only got about thirty seconds go okay real quick the technology for a little super bowls I remember seeing it on YouTube and watch be available to download it up Max yeah in ninety three among them was in all of the hype in the form and all that and the only thing that I see that change was fired Jimmy and Jimmy our journey have never let any coach take the reins of that team when they were winning like immediate and if you fired him you might have a shot at it do not fly this must be a brother that so you know what you had a real that was perfect you could have done that any better does Mike McCarthy get the keys to.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is this the same group it sells it to some group boy it sounds reply it's and this is the thing starting at ten o'clock at night the city officials have decided from strategically hidden speakers in the park this is what they're playing that nobody can sleep in the park over and no one can find the hidden speak it is the homeless version of what they wanted to the sales again I know I've got a little frustrated with John and John you were you were trying to sort of your holiday take me yeah once you were black political and and which is fine you you made your points we just isn't L. how we're going to solve the problem because John actually I'm on your side I agree with with the others yeah I'm the one that has an issue with and I've kinda like the sonar idea I really do because you know I I think the in this particular case the seals can move to another rock somewhere in Florida I have an issue with the city fathers because I don't think it's easy for the homeless to find a place to hang no I I understand that the other possible I guess is find some seal psychologists and send them out to Monomoy and to to talk with the seals talks with maybe said John out there is in Maine we have been busy up in Maine tonight Rick next on nights I go right ahead yes yeah dad my Dan Nancy on the priorities I like the way you pronounce the coyotes yeah go ahead that kind yeah well I level it takes me about an hour to get the Peabody so I'm not I'm not that far made what they've done up yeah is apparently is basically thirty five to forty pounds and generally this skittish but what they have done they bred I forget the biologists have done the DNA on it whether it's a war for a domestic dog but now they get up to fifty sixty seventy pounds that's a big animal it I'd skittish Jack guy I carry the had to sneak in that they know you are there and they'll they'll disappear but these new there's no braid there's more brazen and the they done in whether they contemplating doing in Maine Rick they just come out with the the stats are active I did I see one of the road as a look at what is that and and I found out what it was it is like a sixty pound what they call call a dog yeah yeah and I'm sure that in mass Segarra Framingham four times a week yeah buy bows it is hard to bear our our bows the the other way radio building there exactly how it is they're all over the place I go there all the time and it yeah those animals they go with the best fetus and rather send don't we all share that is a far as approaching goes it's all natural ability by Iraq it has more protein than beef so so you you you agree we talked early for those who are just joining us here we're talking not only about coyotes but some people have brought up the day of the the similar problem with the overpopulation of deer and how if you don't call the deer herd then the the deer the so many dear they they can't be supported by the land and and by the the assets of the food assets that are on the land and the deer die a very horrible some of them die very horrible death of starving so thanks right thanks Rick for checking info name but but I I did our house to Halifax where the the other job yeah yeah Gerry called but her down as very healthy well there's there's a lot of them and they're everywhere and it's it seems to change and I think that there have been a vine metal protection acts that have taken place to protect this species protect that species and there's a consequence every action has it has a reaction and yeah you're right yeah the John talks about the listing John talked about the listing actually made a great point you to list the list if seals were at some point in danger the no longer endangered U. D. list of but now what do you do with the over population and particularly with look it affects not only has did someone lose their life to a shark off the Cape last summer first time in eighty years and there could be more more of these events others have been injured and it has an impact on the economy as well and that has a there certainly is an economic ecological system as well and people or people of people lose jobs as a result Hey Rick presage call thank you so much talk to start K. have a great night six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we're heading up toward the twentieth our of the week we will probably change topics so if you want to get in get in now we for eleven o'clock six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty the calls have been very interesting tonight on a wide variety of subs you could talk about coyote hunts in Massachusetts which this morning I did not realize were one allowed into organized we're talking about what to do with the the plethora of seals but now set off the coast of Massachusetts which become not a breeding ground but a feeding ground for sharks those are the questions on the table you can answer feel free to join the conversation side.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Nothing of which you want. And we can also determine what this test, your percent body, hydration really important. Everybody struggles with hydrogen. Everybody's seventy five percent of all Americans are dehydrated, and you want to know why because we have a low nutrient level, diet in our country, too much processed foods too much restaurant food, they strip nutritional value out, ABC chemicals in and we don't realize the soil isn't as good that we're, we've depleted minerals and our from our crops. We just were not as healthy as. We used to be the earth has changed. The Air's change the waters change were toxic. Now, all of these things are affecting you. And so we have to really take a look at you from personal level. If you're struggling with energy, and you have a dictionary to sugar and carbs, and you don't sleep well, and you can't think straight, and you heard all over the place and you're feeling less productive in life and you're not as active because you don't feel good. You don't feel that energy. This is a program for you allow us to help you in all these things that we hear over and over and over again. So I just want to recap on the client that went through the health for life, weight loss and cellular healing program. We interviewed him last segments names, Briggs, and he said, I was so amazed because I was never hungry, and I had no cravings during the entire process now I want you to think about that. How many weight loss and diet programs? If you've been on where you had craving, he didn't feel good you. You were hungry a lot of them. He. He said, I had no problem getting off sugar. He said, I migrated into a desire to eat healthier. He says I eat better now. All my joint pain eighty percent of my joint pain went away. He's a golfer, so, you know, he says now after twelve rounds I can actually keep walking in. I'm not tired. And he says, after I am done golfing. I can actually go more and go farther. So you know after twelve rounds he was tired. He was exhausted on the golf course because, you know, he was two hundred sixty three pounds. And this is what I'm going to tell you, if you're a man, let's say, you're six two six three and your to sixty to seventy to eighty or you're a woman, and you're fifty sixty seventy pounds overweight go into.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"He was passionate about motoracing. He wanted to be a winner. And he also wanted to set a standard different standard, maybe than what we had seen in the past. And what's interesting to me as well is is you said the advantage before. And one of the ones that always astounds me is in the trans. I'm series when you dip you'll Camaro acid now. How did you come to that? I always wonder how you invent such a trick to save weight. Well, it was interesting. You got a body in white which was basically Yuna body type construction, and we found an asset tank in California where we could dip the chassis in. And it would take fifty sixty seventy pounds off. Well, the first couple times when they pulled it out it was kind of like a sock, but then we got the right ingredients. And we. Picked up probably fifty to sixty pounds of weight. And then of course, the roof will head on a lot of oil cannon. It's so we put a a cover on the roof as you as you would call a a leather cover which had on many cars at that time and kind kinda perforations on it. So they couldn't see the oil. Can we told him we put that on there because it made the car faster like a golf ball? So we had some fun with that probably the most interesting unfair advantage as when we built a thirty foot fuelling rig and put the the fifty five gallon drum or whatever thirty gallons on top of it. And we could feel about three seconds and everybody else was taking eight or nine or ten seconds. So that lasts for about two racism. They said tear it down and take it home. Speaking of on Friday on the other maybe one of the first ones because those zero special which I understand is being rebuilt at the moment. Well, zero especial- had an interesting history. It was an IndyCar that was driven at the Watkins Glen grand prix. I think by Walt hand, Scott. I'm not sure it was damaged. It was a Cooper. I bought that car and then Jack Brabham came to Indy with a two point seven liter Cosworth. So we put the Cosworth engine in the Formula one chess, and we had a young man in Philadelphia, we build a body and I sat in the center, and of course, one the riverside Raisch won the Laguna Seca race. Will of course, then the people said we can't sit in the center where I said what about the two leader Cooper's today that are running. They didn't care. They said change it. So we changed it, and we still want with that vehicle many times. And then that ended up being the vehicle that Bruce. Mclaren put a Buick engine v six Buick which started McLaren's so Bruce, and I regret. Friends because of the Cooper relationship, but very interesting car and fast. And I remember bring it over to running it at Bank holiday in August. And I remember hit Dunlop headed black tires in the green spots where the ones you're in in the rain. I was able to run those in the dry number one that day, and they the scrutineering people were all over. But I remember Graham Hill came over and helped get me through inspection after the race. So pretty exciting times. Amazing that college have to wanna see really full febreeze mccowan subsequent empire oversee started. He started off in it. To jump forward slightly to your Formula one years, and could you tell me why you got involved in and say. Whether you feel that you should have stayed longer. Well, as you know, we started we bought Graham McRae shop down in pool. I think in nineteen seventy three seventy four our first PC one Formula one car was designed by Jeff Pharisees, as you probably know, and it was really a start. We were looking at Formula one. We ran a season. John Watson, then became our driver. We won the Austrian Grand Prix. Obviously, mark. We had a tragic accident with Markelle Donahue, Austria years before and amazing that you know, what we were able to gain..
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"I'm the guy who swear to God. The Dow was done plan. I would never run out will never run again. I will never run again. And everybody thinks I'm crazy, but running to me in that long distance sport in general to be real careful about calling the sport. Because no ball involved, you know, and I kind of like, it's different right? It's I know like Andy's into into racing. And I don't know whether he calls it, a sport or not. But I'm like, I don't know if it's a sport. Listen, I'm with you. It's not a sport. Okay. Cool. I'm not doubting. It's hard. But I'm like, I don't know if it's a sport. So, you know, the triathlon thing I I was never good at any of those disciplines may riding a bike. You know, you're never really practically Greenwich swimming. I'm saying do you ever? Have you ever? Swam you ever swimming mile? I haven't. No, okay. I challenge you to take me up on this. Okay. Go try to swim one mile. All right, go trust woman, Mylanta pool. I bet you can't get the five hundred meters. And I'm telling you that from experience, I got in the pool swivel dollar. I think that's easy waters holding. Yup. I literally got like seventy five meters and was like a mile away. I'm so I'm gonna vol. I'm going to try it. It's the challenges that will do got. None of that. I said I was going to do like I got to do it. So when they had to sign up for an iron. I said fuck this. She'll only one way to hold my ass accountable. I got sign up. We'll put on Instagram. I'll put myself I'll put it out there. Sure. Shipman? It's started one day time going a little wrong gone. A little a little swim little by start stringing them together. And before long. I I learned to love the struggle. I think a lot of people run from the struggle, and I've learned to really embrace the struggle because you learn a lot about who you are. You learn a lot about where you're quick points are people navigate to comfort, and I think definitely you're building the discomfort because you really get to see what you're made of putting myself out there and putting myself in those situations. I get to really not only do get to see what I'm made of. I get to make a new version of myself and start really stressing that because I always I tell my guys all the time. Like, I want to put myself in the most difficult spots possible. Because if my kids are ever in that situation, or if I can ever advise one of my guys like I know that feeling I can relate to them. It's no different than in business. I can relate to that. The person who's got fifty sixty seventy pounds lose because I can look in their eyes, and I can speak to their soul. Like, I'm no the journey. You're getting ready to go on and I can promise you. That's right. And so when at endurance comes in it transitions to every aspect of life for me, and I can look at my son or I can look guys. I can look at anybody and look them in the face and be like, listen, I know it's tough trust me. I know it's fucking tough. But here's what I can tell you just like my dad told me right foot left, but keep going you got the shit. You know, what it's taught me a lot about live. And it's taught me a lot about business..
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They took the pig into custody. That's pig on pig. Crime is with that. Is you can't do that? See I didn't get the Jere by was pretty good. Pretty good capper, Nicole with the socks. He's done it. That's one. Said well, the pot pigs and allowed in the city the pigheaded like I'm sorry. It's not a great story. I just wanted to read it because Nelly at a pot bellied pig enough that it throw that out there. It didn't do it for you now. And I always enjoy the sight of Nellie walking on the street with his damn pot belly pig. The public is pretty cool. I gotta say actually thought of getting one. Understands pretty cool. It was the special this about a pot belly pig. They're small they're smaller. They don't get massive like hogs when they dislike huge there there. I think they probably get about fifty sixty seventy pounds though. So they're like pets. Yes. Correct. Yeah. They're pets. Unfortunately for Nellie. He found out that there was a story written on the pig and Alameda, no pigs. So they had to get rid of it should have never done. The story could kept the pig. Cool though, I walk into damn pig down the street. I could totally see. Could that's knowing that is Nelly. I I love the pig. They'll come down there. What he do with the pig. Smoked it thing. No. He didn't bacon. No. He didn't desert. I'll give it to somebody. You give it to somebody. He didn't go. He didn't say he didn't say come on Ellie would do that. He loves his animals. That's one thing. I know he wouldn't wear on that good. Our and we. I don't think he was back. Then I love thirty years ago coming up with the market is going.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Than the Peggy sue Garin buddy Holly met in high school died seventy years old. I'm a massive buddy. Holly fan wear my big glasses because of two people buddy Holly, which is that guy in rivers, Cuomo from weezer. I thought if they're geeks and I was geek and they can be proud of it, then I should be proud of it. They were being inspirations to me and hopefully I inspire little geeks out there everywhere to just be proud of who they are. You know, just a skinny dude, like to read books and we're big glasses. Issued. I beg. This is my mom's favorite songs. Yeah, zone. Yes. I've heard that when you're on the air, Christie and Ohio, welcome to the Bobby bones show what's up. All right. I just wanted to tell you guys every warning for about an hour, and then I'm thinking squad driving to work. And I heard you say this morning that you feel bad about all the contract you to stop reading doing great. I read the comments on you to like I went to watch my dance from this week and I just hated I. I wasn't barest. My score was low embarrass it. My partner had to deal with that because I tried as hard as I could. And then people just bash Sam taken seriously, couldn't take it anymore. Serious. So you're working hard Bob? Yeah, you shouldn't can even shar your dance partner, which people who claim to be on her team, which are Russia team like in Charen has stood up for you and said, you guys, he's working hard. You can't put somebody goofy on a show effect to be goofing. So yeah, predate the about the comments and hurts my feelings, but I don't read the radio comments. Even go to our Facebook page like that meeting to beat up on this show forever can beat up on a dance show is a whole different ballgame. It's new. You probably can't help yourself. I can't. I can't. Can't I sit there and I just read the comments and driving up the wall. If you're like he doesn't care, kick him off the show. I'm like, you. Too, too much motion investment into this dancing. Between this show. I saw this show in that I feel gross. Bill Gross right now that I'm on a TV show. Being blessed is so great. So gross to be able to have that guy that Christian bale is in that Dick Cheney movie all the way four. I'm gonna go over to Morgan number two because this is something twenty four year olds care about. So I saw Christian bale his first look, the trailer came out for it and he looked so much different. I love him from Batman and man. He has gained a lot of way in he is gonna fill that role. Awesome. Yeah, he put on a bunch for this. ROY has also lost it all back since then because he went up and down. But I think he's been like eighty pounds or so crazy for the body to put on that way for who was it was one of the wall bergh's. Maybe it was Donnie Wahlberg who lost all that weight. He went the opposite way for one of those movies they had to get super skinny. And then Charlie's fair on did it for monster. She gained a bunch of weight. Like when actors do that? I'm like, all right. They're committed. Oscar's, they gained fifty sixty seventy pounds, and then they have the, they used to work to gain it. They probably can't feel great and then they have to work really hard to lose it. Shoutout. Mark Wahlberg. He dropped sixty pounds for his role in the gambler. Wow. There's another one too. I think Donnie Wahlberg did it to maybe and didn't Matthew mcconaughey, hey, for that one die. Morgan. Thank you very much with.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Are not interested in losing weight are not interested in having a diet again, and that is fine too. I mean, I think it's really important for doctors. To see where patients are and to listen before they're giving any of this advice and especially not putting them on a diet, that's not sustainable. We just had a study last week. We're doctors in the UK. We're putting people on an eight hundred calories per day diet. That's like prisoner of war camp diet. I mean, that's never going to work in the long term. And those kinds of diets should be completely shunned from any kind of medical practice. They're not useful Dr Stanfield you want to jump in there. Yeah. So he's talking about the j. article that just came out last week looking at twelve practices over the UK. You know, I don't like to do the significant severe calorie restriction. I, I think that he's right with regards to that. I'm I do want to speak to Raina and what she's saying as a primary care physician that she really does have an interest in working with patients to treat their obesity. But patients can immediately sense whether or not you have a desire to help them or to shame them. And so what I think that patients are getting from Raina and I appreciate your Urano for for being a PCP that's committed to. To this work is there she's she's saying, hey, I'm available. I may not have all the answers, but I'm here to fight this with you. One more call here, possibly more than one. Let's see what we can do here. Catherine is calling from Madison Wisconsin. You're on the year. Kathryn thanks for having. Yeah, I wanted to make the point that I'm in a profession where I sort of see people over a long period of time sometimes on and off over the years and and one of the things that I think could could possibly be really helpful is and just doesn't count if you've been over weight since childhood or all your life. But you know a lot of men and women begin to gain weight gradually in their middle years and builds up, you know, one or two pounds at a time. This is the story of my life right now. Catherine. If the if the medical profession is concerned and could sort of, you know, make helpful comments early on, it would be a lot easier to manage it is a waiting until people are, you know, dangerously medically obese before before making. Any intervention I think is is counterproductive there. Lots of opportunities to make people aware. You know a lot of times people think, well, my doctor hasn't said anything, so I'm fine, but they're not really aware of how much harder it's going to be later if it gets up to fifty sixty seventy pounds. I just want to say thank you for your call because again, this is the only literally the only drawback of radios. You cannot see the vigorous nodding heads in the studio here, Dr. Stanford you bathroom. Thank you so much for your your information that you've presented. I think early intervention is key. Once a patient does struggle with their weight that earlier we intervened the better our chances are, which is why I work with both pediatric and adult patients. I'm doing bring up something that you brought up in the mid life, and I have given lectures specifically on we gain in the midlife for women. This is something that is largely hormonal as we see a shift from a guy noy distribution fat, which isn't that hip buttock in thi- region to more central, or we call an Android distribution of fat, and a lot of that is hormone dependent. So the typical person that will seek out here for obesity anywhere in the country, not just in specific area is a middle aged Caucasian woman that may have not struggled with their weight, but then begin to. Duggal in the midlife as we do see these hormonal shifts into Pirie and postmenopausal. So there are things that they can't necessarily do to intervene early in those situations. But early intervention is key. Getting patients, the care they need, the earliest they can potentially get it is going to be our best treatment strategy. Let's see if I can slide one more call in here. Gene is calling from north canton, Ohio. You're on the air. Hi, thanks for taking my call..
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Email address DP Dan, Patrick dot com. Would I rather gain twenty or lose to? I guess I'd have more fun, gaining twenty win feel worse doing it, but I'd have fun doing and I'd feel worse when I was all said and done, and I go look at me, I've gained twenty pounds, but these offenses Lyman. I mean, this happens in colleges all over America where these guys go in in a lot of these guys can go in as a you might go in as tight end and all of a sudden they go, you know what? We're gonna make you offense lineman. We need you to bulk up and we need to. There's a kid that was on the Alabama show on the mothership. What's the name of that? That training camp with retied and there's a kid who had to gain like sixty pounds in a year, and he showed me what he ate. He'd lift weights and he'd eat while lifting weights. And he gained sixty pounds, which I don't know if that's possible, but he was able to do that. They're guys at the mothership where they would come in and they had just. Retired that all of a sudden you'd see him like a year two years later and they look like me, you know, they'd be down like fifty sixty seventy pounds. Right. Got a stat of the day here. Seton. Dayton. Satan. On Thursday. The Mets became the first team in modern baseball era that since nineteen hundred win and lose games in the same season, by at least twenty runs three teams did it prior to nineteen hundred actually scored. Thirty runs yesterday in a double header and had only one window show for it. Stat of the day brought to you by the great folks at continental tire. They have a tire for what you do, what you drive, how you drive for more information on all their great products, continental tire dot com, proud supporter of the Dan Patrick show..
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Nightline
"Of dipping and rising passages those treacherous monsoon rains choking off the rigs it making the way out impassable without diving gear and here's what the rescuers have had to navigate an every full rate into the cave reduced visibility inside the dark cave in under murky water a current so strong it's rip the masks right off of divers faces narrow passages some as tight as fifteen inches and cave walls a sharp as broken glass some of these days so narrow screwed on your butt or cool to get through magin doing this underwater for the rescuers were physically hauling the boys through the cave it's exhausting work and for the boys who've had little or no swimming experience let alone cave diving experience it's a monumentally difficult task one it got undertake in the weekend and malnourished state what's remarkable is that your crouching the whole time and you get tired very very quickly because you're basically in a constant squat like this is trying to make through your so imagine doing it i got a backpack with a couple of pounds on but imagine doing it with with fifty sixty seventy pounds of scuba gear no wonder who's rescue divers are completely exhausted all the while oxygen levels in the cave have dropped and at any moment heavy rains could fill up the allred submerged caverns and you can only imagine the sense here in thailand that these boys who everybody thought were trapped and doomed in this nearly impenetrable cave with water filled to the brim all the way to the top making it nearly impossible for rescuers to find them that they've actually been rescued and now this is possible period for the mission teams chipping away at the rock expanding the tunnels working to remove that dangerous warner hoping this damn will keep it out they must move quickly to evacuate the remaining players and their coach with time and elements working against them rescuers took eleven hours getting the i four free on sunday for more came out on monday quickly did the first group wonder why they can't pull everybody out at once it's because the support team is so huge about one hundred divers that they are going through all of their stockpiled oxygen tanks plus it is so arduous that they need those divers to get arrest the entire effort eight carefully calibrated humid relate guideline set up spending the of the cave all the way back to the kids their coach moving as a cohesive unit the divers implemented eight buddy system to escort each of the boys out a the diver tethered to each boy carries their oxygen tank the rear diver helps navigate them through the twisting maze and tight underwater passages in the meantime divers supplying.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Start Here
"Hey glad you're with us to start your week and a ton of news to go over from this weekend plus some absolutely huge news to set you up for tonight but first let's get to the story that is just captivated the world that tie soccer team with boys as young as eleven trapped in a cave with their coach they were found by some of the most experienced divers in the world but then those kids were told to wait and they're surrounded by darkness they sat and wrote letters to their families writing i'm doing fine the is a little coal but don't worry although don't forget to set out my birthday party well this weekend thirties announced the rescue operation was on a treacherous trick wet teams must shimmy along ropes sipping through narrow passageways in the places where they must dive near zero visibility and i await hours later or boys were out of that cave leaving nine more people to go and a case you needed a reminder of just how dangerous this is over the weekend a tiny be sealed died when he ran out of air trapped in a chamber of that cave so let's take it a chung ri in thailand abc's matt guzman has been talking to these rescuers and not can you just describe the route that these boys have had to take you know you think of a cave brad and you think that's this linear root out but it's really the serpentine route with rises and falls and it goes up and down and it's a half of it is filled with water now they've tried to reduce the level of water but basically there are nine chambers that are sort of big caverns at give a little bit of respite a little bit of headroom and the boys will have to meander through them along with their two buddy divers there'll be actually tethered to those buddy divers to one of them who's even going to be carrying his air tank as he swims through these passageway as we were hearing that these boys might have to scuba dive for longer or that they would have to even wait out the rain in this rainy season what happened what did change what changed is that the monsoons have already started has been pouring rain here for the past couple of days they had considered keeping them in that cave for another four months or so until the monsoons ended but they couldn't get supplies into them with enough frequency and enough volume to actually be able to sustain them so they really had no choice but to try to extract them as quickly as possible the other major obstacle was that the oxygen level there was starting to dip so it was about seventeen percent in the chamber where the boys were in about three miles into that cave and that's about as much oxygen as you exhale after you take a breath which is okay but you can't live on not for very long so they really had to get them out and this breakneck space that they've tried to get them out in has been remarkable they've been chipping away at the ceiling to try to give them a layer of air too breathe and to reduce the chances that they're going to get hurt we'll and let me ask you this then because you actually went into a cave nearby to sort of gain this out for yourself what are the risks as we look forward to these next boys and their coach eventually coming out the cave i went into was about six hundred yards deep that's a fraction of how far that these people have been in indicate that i was in was only moderately flooded really just up to your ankles at time so it was so much easier but even walking i don't know a hundred yards or so in i was gasping for breath because you're crouching half the time imagine doing it i'm got a backpack with a couple of pounds imagine doing it with fifty sixty seventy pounds of scuba gear no wonder rescue divers are completely exhausted you've got to navigate what are called these curtains these stalactites that hang from the ceiling and he can barely squeeze through some of these facets ways so narrow scoot on your but it's really hard going so they're going to have to continue to do this over days and maybe one of the concerns is that the divers are simply going to.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Jump
"All right everybody every and of course i want to get to this play in the fourth quarter instead of standing by watching another lebrun dunk it decides he's going to i dunno run into it run under him run around in the room of the almost got to the almost use waisthigh take take me away from guts well okay that's the question is that brave takes them guts or is it reckless 'cause i mean you lose talking about the two guys in the series would most not wanna get injured right up against brave especially for i know he understands what he means the team and he's a show on his team he's not afraid no he's not afraid to put his buy online at the time that his team needs most and that's defensively you know the defence of in defense of play um is nothing easy in the playoffs and he he made that uh he made that known with this being able to to try to contest that you know just a little bit firing coach team and you're watching found the next day what are you telling your guy tell them my guys i hope you guys take notes you know you got our our our smallest player with arguably our toughest guy you know going abroad the way he did because he's tired of seeing him walk through lane and get all these emails with nobody contested so he took it upon himself to say i'm not having it anymore even though east five seven eight nine you wanna call fifty sixty seventy pounds he's gonna get a linebacker basically in in in a basketball uniform and he took the challenge didn't get up very high but he did take the challenge and i think it is brave on his part you got the job done lebrun message it as his score in score and nobody was horribly injured the internet of course text narrow check out the means here.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"You imagine right you've going out you watching your football team you got these lads engine fifty three hundred thousand pounds on their fault no it's not the vote but then you work all week you were you notes off you going around and your van and you do in every job you can possibly do your answer if you got about buck because she'd been looking around and then they want fifty sixty seventy pounds to go and watch these lands play snow two thousand pounds for a season ticket of these people who don't nowhere near as much very combined why not say to these players you get three hundred underway you do in this lead in the cow ivana week he's a plumber why don't you take hundred and fifty grand a week and we can watch so much for twenty five pounds this is the thing this is where i can see people get infuriated by as again why is it so expensive to watch i agree with prices down guy the whiteside six pound for pines and fourteen pound for a bergen dodgy pie mckinnon clues gray if i grape it up drives a white voluble absolutely ameri guy on three thousand pairs lop senators is the worst thing in the world shocking not guy we'll nail in legally single at least sixty with with the i've stood stood in a code of stood in iran i've gone to watch asked i paid to grandy they've been beaten by west brom three even running the not even half of them yet to wipe the footmarks out the grass because plywood with a fait why would i wanna pay for that guy if i give the bone away he's me and i wouldn't want to give sixty signal quit there's no meat in your eyes come in with a suggestion next week might shopping is gonna be all the ticket prices in football fair or should they go down and i'm going to argue though i think the ticket prices in football offaire again by both of you know no no last week i would it now so so we do we do next week there must be a good debate let's do it next week and i've got some more i think that freddie suggestions football might not be practical but let me move onto my can we just end not debate must you're just end not the bay do you think footballers get paid too much do not think the fullest got paid too much i think the skill their ability is sufficient to persuade people to freely give them money to come through the tunstall's to pay satellite tv subscriptions to.
"fifty sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"You bosses mudi's sympathize a little bit with six oh six goal was in a mountainous said he's very often you imagine right you go you watch football to you got these lines earns insist the three hundred thousand pounds he's not asphalt noise not the show but then you work all week you were you're not sauce you go around the van and you do in every job you can possibly do your answer you say you're going to buy back because she'd been logging toilets around and then they want fifty sixty seventy pounds to go much these lands play arsenal two thousand pounds of season ticket of these people who don't nowhere near as much america why why not said to these players right you get three grand the way you do it all this leading the cloudier each final week he's a former why don't you two hundred and fifty grand that we can we can what so much for twenty five pound of this is the thing this is were i can see people get infuriated by ways again wise is so expensive to watch for angry with i realizes that guy wild six pound for a pints and forty pound for a burger analogy pie mckinnon clues i agree i gruber our final drives why valuable to absolutely be ameri nine three thousand passwords obscenities the worst thing in the world shocking guy will naylor is because he's really fly with unwillingly sixty with the stood the stood in the cold have student iran of guns watch slow i pay ten grand a year as they've been him by was three why were not even they're not even try our of to white the fox other guys because if not move plywood why would i wanna pay for my that guy if i gave the ball away his movie and i were willing to give certainly sixty know there's no your pies.