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Gordon Murray T.50
"Guys. Welcome to car cast Matt Motivated Guanzhou here with Bill Goldberg how are you Buddy House practices housing doing doing great. You know we're looking at five days over one hundred. So I'm ecstatic. Bikini on the out by the pool. I actually I saw it out in the leg as long as your Ad Dragon Gauge and the kids are out like on a lake and right? Yeah. You're having fun growing. Dragon. Just shoot now like when you're over fifty, you get you reap the enjoyment out of videoing everyone and. Consoling them after they've been launched across. The, Lake Yeah, it was very entertaining. I'll be uploading many of those. Like, they're having a great time out there. visit. Great. It was a great bet. You guys can see it on his instagram you're dragging your you got the boat. You're the kids are out on the rouse being dragged by the boat. They fly off. You pass the sack. You see the slasher out your. Their lives. I can. Carry? Them would have died I couldn't have posted it. Had this scroll through all my other videos to find out a comparable to find out that they were doing good something. We've got some cool ally interesting news about The McLaren announced that well, the Gordon Murray announcement that we wanted to get into. So we sort of got this job. So we can I hit that before we get started. Just, another word from our friends at Dodd's it's A. IT'S A it's time for dodge power dollars and that means for every horse power. You get ten dollars off your purchase on dodge challenger Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango come in and save dodge power dollars for pretty sweet deal. So as we As we are sitting down to record this. There's some news that's out there, and of course, the most interesting stuff that we're finding is Gordon Murray finally took the wraps off his. Off his new SUPERCAR, his t fifty supercar, Gern, Gordon Murray very famously designed a series of f one cars had a relationship with the Clarendon did the McLaren won Three Seater Central Driving Position Car I love that car bill I know you love that car it's sort of a wishlist amongst us all. I'm sure everyone who had an opportunity to get one at one point kicking themselves now because they keep going up thirteen, million, eight, hundred, million in life be knocked twenty million dollars going nuts So there was a great video presentation that came out. With Dario Franceschini taking a touring ordinary designs during Gordon, Murray on a moto and they took the wraps off this car and It's it's. It's pretty it's pretty cool. Gordon Murray's thing has always bands. About lightweight and from this car from. The initial design in his head all the way up to what it is. Now he said a goal of no more than one thousand kilos in weight and he hit nine eighty I believe puts it somewhere around twenty one, hundred, seventy, maybe twenty one, hundred, seventy, four pounds. This is extremely lightweight way in in. Today's world. Under twenty two hundred pounds. Of. A modern day car it. The Way to do that. And explain it when you go and you watch the videos, you read the press about it. Is. You have to design this thing from the ground up. With weight savings in mind every single step of the way, the the CAR IS MONACO CARBON FIBRE the entire bodies carbon fibre everything. That could be carbon. Fibre is carbon fiber of. The the engine he went to Cosworth and said, it needs to be naturally aspirated. It needs to be the twelve. It needs to be lightweight. needs to sound fantastic and it needs to be naturally aspirated. Of course, right? So. What they came up with was three point nine Liter v twelve. Six hundred and fifty, four horsepower. Three hundred and forty four pound feet of torque again small. You Know Small Displacement High Ramming twelve thousand one hundred RPM match. Enjoyment. You know I've A. Peak power is at eleven thousand, five, hundred dollars God, and the power to the Torah curved the I think the peak torque is around nine thousand. RPM. So between nine thousand and not red line of eleven five that thing just must sound insane and. Just skewed. Now, he didn't release any performance specs yet because Gordon Murray's thing is like I tell you zero to sixty whatever. But everyone's GonNa go after that intestine. beat it. He wanted to focus on the things that meant
A pound heavier but with lower cholesterol, Trump 'remains healthy,' annual physical shows
"President trump has been deemed to be in good health by the White House physician Dr Shawn Conley says the president remains healthy after completing two separate physical exams in November and April Mr trump who stands six foot three gained one pound weighing in at two hundred forty four pounds his total cholesterol is down to one sixty seven and he has a normal resting heart rate and Dr Connolly says the president had no side effects following a recent two week regimen of hydroxy
"forty four pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"America and in the western hemisphere body radiosurgery you can also call doctor Lieberman at two one two choices for free informative booklet and DVD Hey doctor Lieberman were back we are I want talk about a woman who's eighty six years old she's eighty six born in Jamaica she is single she has three children she came with her family she felt a lump in the right dress the year before she saw our doctor the doctor did a pet scan and staging and biopsy and he put her on hormones her cancer doctor program hormones well formal treatment for breast cancers okay but hormone treatment for breast cancer doesn't care anybody and first of all doesn't always work nothing always works number one number two hormone treatments even if they work for breast cancer only work temporarily and she came to us with pain she came to us with a big mass you came to us with cancer and she wanted to have a fresh second opinion that many people come to radio surgery New York for a fresh second opinion I contacted her doctor examined her breasts her right breast was very distorted it was shortened the cancers eating through the breast it was a seven centimeter mass my first and I got big hands and feet my fifty eight centimeters from of the seven centimeter mass in her breast and she had a three centimeter mass in her armpit should stage three cancer examiner we staged her up and by the way I can say that we treated her more than a year ago with his big mass distorting the brass big mass in the breast and under the armpit and she's eighty six years old members is eighty six years old and she doesn't want surgery she doesn't want chemotherapy and most people at that age probably wouldn't want to have chemo because it's often debilitating and surgery well surgery by itself would have most likely cure this cancer and she came to us and she chose her treatment she one of our treatment and more than a year ago we treated her for this big mass in the breast of the big mass in the armpit stage three cancer with our treatment only thank you came in this week I just saw her actually yesterday and she is doing great she's in remission that big mass is gone the distortion of the breast is gone the bass under the armpit is gone clinically she's in remission doing well she's happy and of course we do blood tests and imaging tests to make sure that she is fine this is what we do every day for this woman who's has this large breast cancer didn't want chemo didn't want surgery one of the affected treatment to take care of this cancer and that's indeed what we did the cancer's gone apple boulders Norris a cancer shows no symptoms this is what we do every day but Amanda sixty years old is born in New York City he has four children and you came because of prostate cancer was diagnosed a year before the Gleason seven cancer PSA seventy the cat scan that was normal bone scan that was normal and he had no treatment he weighs two hundred forty four pounds examined him get a localized cancer.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on WTVN
"In the take care of business but they're also using up a lot of energy to do that and they're doing that once or twice a week were they normally would not have been doing that this time of the year and there's nothing to feed on out there right now there's no pollen that's a serious issue yeah it takes a lot of a lot of sugar alder funny you know it is basically they're stored energy so if there were never acted like this are consuming honey then if we have a super cold night they have to close to a gun to cover those you know their babies and if there is no honey anywhere around that cluster is they won't will start the death toll free right there possible their babies and and star because they can't leave that costs to go find food so you know they they'd probably eat and all the honey all way around their bruise all the screams around it and now they have to go much further to find honey so if it were eager to get super cold again there are there are in trouble because they will believe that Bruce to go up stairs to find more honey right so now so now beekeepers are obviously faced with that right now what do they do so we can see that we have all kinds of artificial food for Beasley health fondant who just like ice icing to guard cake icing of sugar brick some people just take no forty four pound bag of sugar and just stick it on top so we've put like extra box the empty box on top and he put sugar in there talk about a couple holes in in the bees are go up there on warmer days to to either the first thing we can do it's not very nutritious for them but if they run out of honey that's really the only thing we can do that to save so into beekeepers looking and if they look in right now and they see a lot of honey they won't do that but if they don't see a lot of money they will do that or she did they just be doing it anyway on a warm day return that should take frames a honey from the other boxes and moving right down next to the wherever the cost as well so if we if for no if we can get in there which I would never recommend open the hives with you know below fifty but if you can do a real quickly put some friends of honey right near that Koster that's the best thing that you can do if they have consumed everything is no honey left at least put some sugar in there as close to the group as possible so we have something to eat on the warm days we know you told you told me I I think I ask you one time about this you told me we were talking about these ups and downs you know is it better to have this type of weather for the bees or is it better if it just gets cold and stays cold and use use also about staying cool but on the same token if it gets extremely cold that could be even worse I sound like a real whiner no no you know I'm sure you know we're trying to you know get the oval but but you gotta understand all these factors that are involved here minus twenty like it was a couple years ago that she needs minus twenty for over a week the bees died because again they won't leave that Koster and the cost.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Traffic presumably auto rebel unexpected traffic unexpected weather people don't come to the door you could go back to the doctor with undeliverable parcels oldies varieties so you can be the ready good already fat how much does not get paid for all of this so for this particular shift he got paid forty four pounds fifty five three in off hours works at about thirteen pounds and outs about seventeen dollars an hour but that's because he pre booked it a week in advance if you got the work and now before it was available at a peak time there was a high demand for drivers then he might be paid fifty percent more or double the initial rates because the higher demand for Dr it's not the sort of flexible nature of the work and he told me that he really likes that he really likes that flexibility that's the part of the job that really fits his lifestyle I like the fact that they found a fait accompli that money at the time I could just drop the block and go out and do whatever I want and I'm not going to just to find out to anybody if we were to be classed as employees and work to get sick pay as a minimum with to get holiday pay in a lock on the stuff that you have to wear this many hours you have to work on this evening that pull in I just feel like that take away the coal reason I'm doing this which is the flexibility there's a lot of people in the offing relying very heavily compared to what is really so it's a big and you'll see online in the forums of the drug issues that people even consider buying found some things to be able to do this line of work and pour it over the top card of expense when is not governed save you a even a caveman any income from as well sorry I think a lot people think it's a really good way of making money put dark red loss in number of pitfalls are not I just see the headline figure if an all perfect sense about our seventeen pound announcements about it now I'm going to what that would do that but I realize that you could end with frowns a week so Matt sayings will great for him but perhaps it's not so great for lots of other people as we've been Hey hearing already in the program it can be a challenge if you depend on this for your entire life leave hood is that is that the impression you go I I think it's classic can you call me work so for somebody like Matt it works brilliantly he gets extra money for doing what feels like not very much work and if he doesn't get what he doesn't get if you get sick greats but as he was saying you know there are people who rely on it's more heavily than maybe it's designed to do in those cases it means that if something goes wrong and occasionally things can go wrong we can have free big consequences so people get kicked off the app if they're late for picking up the apostles or if they don't deliver apostles but didn't return them if something goes wrong then they can be automatically kicked off the applicant a warning and then the next time it happens it's automatic and there is a kind of appeals process but the drivers I spoke to you when you talk about being quite a take system and there's lots of people with grievances where they get kicked off on the not so why in that sort of thing yeah I mean you've been hearing from individuals seventy some of them had a pretty hard time yeah so this actually distinction between people who work for Amazon flex which is the sort of good economy really flexible work and then the delivery service partners which is the other way that Amazon is trying to facilitate this some same day next day to day delivery system and the delivery service policy just sub contracted to delivery companies some of the drugs that I've spoken to the ones who work for those companies who say that even if the policies towards drivers already swell spell timeouts the contracted companies who employ them don't necessarily enforce those so they end up delivering hundreds of package it is not the face seven that Matt's delivering but hundreds of taxes across a day long hours for a basic rate of pay the BBC's Edwin laying here on business daily well we all stems in what they thought about all of this in a written statement they told us we know that sometimes things happen the hours of delivery partners control we take these issues such as traffic time of day station delays delivery location and severe.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A major bank but in the evenings sometimes he goes out to deliver I wasn't puzzles so how does the system work for him so it's all based on this app you signed up to that and then use the app to sign up to particular shifts of work usually two to four hour shifts the coal blocks and those blocks will offer to pay you at a fixed amount of money I think the minimum for four hours is forty four pounds fifty about sixty dollars and with facts booking you go to the I was in debt pony you you got assigned a whole load apostles and the roots and then you go off and deliver them Sir a few days ago Max had a three and a half hour block of work to do in the evening after work so I went along with him and we start off driving over to the desk phone and joining a long queue of calls of other animals and flexes as they call themselves and we got this big cage of ours and parcels and Matt's put in in in his boots I'm always back seats of his call and and then we drove off okay so we've just exited the death pro you've been busy standing in only apostle said how many calls as we could be delivery sorry we've got fifty seven for tonight the first ones to eighteen miles away from the desk so thirty seven also you got it off I was yeah I've worked at forty eight that gives you five point six minutes per apostle how's that sound that's quite all star greatly I'm supposed to be on when to offense knowing our I can I can probably average about fifteen hours a reduction of quite a bit of time left so you do the sums that five or six minutes but also he was happy with that to the I mean how do you do did you actually get a mold eleven because will to live within the time he's done this before so he kind of knows how much time it takes to deliver apostles I'm not particular it wasn't too bad apparently one of the massive variations in the job is how good.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KPCC
"If you want to call them they are just one cell there one cell with a lot of nuclei all the only do even when you see them and they're like you half a meter across in size all of that do is one single solitary unicellular organisms and they can get to those sizes because it has these millions of nuclear either just keep dividing inside of the same membrane so you wind up with this enormous creatures but because you know they're all sharing a single envelope it's still technically one self so as you know most cells are actually invisible to the naked eye union microscope to see them the ones in tennis lap get up to about twelve inches in diameter I'm there is one the slime mold species that allegedly this needs to be independently verified but allegedly it could cover ten square feet and weigh as much as forty four pounds get out allegedly four pounds square it's pretty cool I mean that's yeah it's a one cell that's astounding so this is where I think it gets really interesting slime molds for one giant Gubi cell are way smarter than they have any business being and it actually it took people long time to notice they were used as model organisms in labs for up for decades but really just to study cell mechanics the really handy because one there as as we mentioned visible you can also cut them up into little pieces and then each of those little pieces becomes its own independence I'm old people were really thinking about things like what can a slime mold do how do they behave until a Japanese researcher in two thousand changed all that so to tell us more we have seen longer name he's an associate professor at the New Jersey institute of technology and he works on swarm intelligence soon what are you good how are you and it went pretty good thank you so to sum yeah yeah he didn't do it okay to start us off what did this Japanese researcher Toshiyuki not Kentucky what did you do in two thousand I got people so excited well he published a paper in in nature I believe that showed that slime mold I was capable of solving a maze right so I don't know in newspaper sometime you have these little games or to have to go from one end of amazed to another and finding the shortest possible path and that's a complicated task to do even for for you know you're an adult but slime mold was capable of doing that task and what seems like a very short amount of time for slime mold no I heard about them recreating the Tokyo railway network tell tell us about that yeah so imagine you know the the mayor of New York at them and you're trying to redesign the subway often York City which you know is necessary I think you are going to face a big challenge the challenges you're going to have to build a network that's both you be usable and robbers to any form of disturbances so imagine like when the L. train stops working you need to be able to route you'll use the users through different routes but the same time you wanted to be cheap so you don't want to be too many lines but you want enough connection between the lines.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Driven by that information from the pharmaceutical industry we started realizing we're over prescribing and we told patients you have a problem I'm gonna cut you off wave to people and withdrawal horrible so they found heroin and the third wave wave three which is what we're currently in which is the Sentinel wave which is somebody realized that fans know was highly potent and therefore easy to smuggle much easier to produce and so now it's flooding the market street drugs including pills cocaine and even marijuana on not being laced with Sentinel which is a hundred times more potent than morphine a few grains of fentanyl can kill you doctor Grover is part of the Monterey county prescribe safe initiative which was created in twenty thirteen the group managed to bring opioid overdose deaths in Monterey county to the third lowest in the state but now according to the California department of public health the numbers are among the highest ever recorded at the seaside police department police chief Abdel Pridgen says for the last three years his offices have been carrying not can and have reversed a number of overdoses so we're trying to educate our community on what to look for what the pills might mimic because they look very much like the authentic pills now with the sudden spike in deaths and knowing there is demand for these counterfeit street drugs he's having to give this advice to drug take is and if they're going to try them it should be with friends or in a location where the doors unlocked and take a small amount and tests that before each drive the fence in the wave of the opioid crisis is seeing no sign of slowing in our community the D. A.'s San Francisco office says they division which includes Monterey county has seen seizures of counterfeit pharmaceuticals increase fivefold this year compared to last they have also seized forty four pounds of fentanyl in twenty nineteen last month the drug dealer was arrested in seaside with more than seven hundred pills that he told police would likely fake law enforcement also believe the pills could be laced with fentanyl.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sixty KSFO we're joined by John John welcome you've got a beautiful young three year old pup forested a jam I tell us about our John yeah Hey thanks Riley Gemma is with me right now she is a beautiful three year old he makes she came to us with a little bit of patchy for missing from our partner shelters and arsenal to medicine team is fixed her up and now she's all fluffy and beautiful and ready to meet her new family and she's the kind of girl who would be happy as a solo dark in an active house so she be upper hikes or going to the park and then equally happy snuggling up on the couch at the she is a Cutie and he just has this very innocent looking face but you know deep behind those eyes he's thinking I want to go out and have fun that's the one thing about Huskies they're not really apartment dogs you should probably have some lander of a very active lifestyle if you wanna husky right definitely definitely a yard or at least if you're in an apartment be able to go on a long walk or a or a jog everyday I'll be great for her they have tons and tons of energy three years old about how much does Jim away about forty four pounds a lot of it is just walked out okay yeah hollering is amazing yes you should also beautiful everyone here loves or so kind of a light in different different than a normal husky were we're looking at the grand white a little bit of golden color for and just a very beautiful dog yeah she's absolutely gorgeous and John you're new to the radio team we welcome you along not only do you talk about Gemma and getting her adopted but you guys always have a lot of fun stuff going on at the San Francisco SPCA what's the latest.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I don't know Happy Birthday Donna the living is really appreciated and we got business to tend to though if only we could talk more about me we don't have time we've got some things that made Steve scratches head this morning I got some for it okay Stephen I do this little thing called the hand holding the hand hood I can describe anyone made it will do it that way so they could see yourself what happens is you just it's right hand to right hand saying yeah a normal high five and then you just ready to sign right around and it's it's release yes keep your applause something out down easy on the yeah and you could be seated okay those that this old dog already I've got some head scratchers for you Donna you ready I'm ready Steve the average city dog lives three years longer than the average country dog the average city dog lives three years longer than the average I think that makes sense you think so yeah because city dog is probably indoors more than a country dog country dog has more risk because they probably are outside most of the time all right let's just gonna make stuff up this is good here's another one you were more likely to be killed by this then a poisonous spider any guesses lightning no think party celebration day celebration birthday birthday I think Earth Day on like you said thing then by a champagne Cork yes how about that more likely to be killed by a champagne Cork than a poisonous spider you know I have it's funny you say that because I if I have any kind of tickle or like if I my hair gets like by Mike here in the middle of the night and like I brown recluse inside my ear I know that's what happens and they plant that in your head and then you think you got one in your ear next thing you know what you're calling in sick to work and going to the E. R. while almost happened today contact your cremation site here's another one they make you go huh okay the average lifetime a person will breathe in about forty four pounds of das how about that doesn't it make you want to get your vents cleaned I have not done it in about nine years you know I've had cats I've had dogs come in in an out disgusting who knows what what we're saying I once had a vacuum salesman in our houses for eight years old he's trying to sell us a Kirby vacuum I was going to guess Electrolux this guy had I mean Ryan Perpich level pit stains really wide and he was in no doubt but not sure any reason our hot air conditioned free home that we lived in Pennsylvania and he was working and I remember at one point he showed us the dust particles that were floating through the room and he really made it seem like threat level midnight like you have got to get out of this house or by a Kirby but those are your two options today we stayed in the house we did not buy the about you okay and everybody was what was your mom or your dad who was on that yeah yeah they are going to be like my mom what about one for her and one for her sister but my dad was like like shut this down you know the best vacuum cleaner is low you know the one the sh well this is this is a debate are you gonna say the shark or the Dyson Dyson nam teen shark are you well it must be nice to be able to afford a dice you gotta get it like on Black Friday it's like you know sixty dollars offer something here's what I like about my shark my shark vacuum cleaner in case some of you thought I wonder if they'll have anything engaging to talk about on the Saturday show we don't so that's why I love to learn more about the shark the shark back into the inner has a brush roll button that you can put so you turn it on and then the room and then you can really activate it and I love it it feels like it's going to suck the threat right off of the carpet I think that's what the Dyson does too those are right just for the price yeah yeah well okay ever here's something have you ever been flying in an.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KTRH
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"forty four pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Western hemisphere body radiosurgery you can also call doctor leader minute to win two choices for free informative booklet and DVD Hey doctor leader men were back we are I want talk about a woman who is eighty six years old she's eighty six born in Jamaica she is single she has three children she came with her family he felt a lump in the right dress the year before she saw our doctor the doctor did a pet scans staging and buy up Sydney put her on hormones her cancer doctor program hormones well formal treatment for breast cancer is okay but hormone treatment for breast cancer doesn't care anybody and first of all doesn't always work nothing always works number one number two hormone treatments even if they work for breast cancer only work temporarily and she came to us with pain she came to us for the big mass you came to us with cancer and she wanted to have a fresh second opinion and many people come to radio surgery New York for a fresh second opinion I contacted her doctor examined her breast her right breast was very distorted it was shortened the cancers eating through the breast was a seven seven meter mass my first you know got big hands and feet my fifty eight centimeters from of the seven centimeter mass in her breast and she had a three centimeter mass inner arm pit should stage three cancer I examined her we staged her up and by the way I can say that we treated her more than a year ago with his big mass distorting the brass big mass in the breast of the under the armpit and she's eighty six years old members is eighty six years old and she doesn't want surgery she doesn't want chemotherapy and most people at that age probably wouldn't one of chemo because it's often debilitating and surgery well surgery by itself would have most likely cure this cancer and she came to us and she chose our treatment to one of our treatment and more than a year ago we treated her for this big mass in the breast of the big mass in the armpit stage three cancer with our treatment only he came in this week I just saw her actually yesterday and she is doing great she's in remission that big mass is gone the distortion of the breast is gone the bass and do the armpit is gone clinically she's in remission doing while she's happy of course we do blood tests and imaging tests to make sure that she is fine this is what we do every day for this woman whose has this large breast cancer didn't want chemo didn't want surgery one of the effective treatment to take care of this cancer and that's indeed what we did the cancer is gone a boat or snores to cancer and shows no symptoms this is what we do every day Amanda sixty years old was born in New York City he has four children and you came because of prostate cancer was diagnosed a year before the Gleason seven cancer PSA seventy of the cat scan was normal bone scan that was normal and he had no treatment the ways to earn forty four pounds examined him get a localized cancer Gleason seven PS eighty seven and that the surgeon who saw him just was encouraged him to have.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Or the only thing at all everything? Beer for breakfast beer for lunch for dinner fear for midnight, stacked just snack just beer every day for forty six straight. No food. No food just beer. Okay. So he's starving himself. Basically probably sounds like the dumb idea that only drunk more on came up with. But they'll says that he actually got the idea from an ancient tradition that dates back to the Bavarian monks of the sixteen hundreds. He says quote being brew masters. The monks USA, take a popular style of beer in Germany called Bock beer, and they would make an extra hardy and filling. So it would just be them drinking liquid bread, basically. And they could go all of lent just drinking that beer without eating any actual food. Okay. Yeah. They're sixteenth century monks. Who can do it? Right. But you're a modern day, man. Why would you want to? I've never seen a chubby monk before. It's true. They're always very skinny. About that. Oh said if those mountain monks could do it then he could do it too. So he gave it a shot and he would avoid getting drunk by spacing out his beer throughout the day to work drunk at work. And if you have no food in your system, I have half a beer, and I'm drunk. Maybe have one beer in our and actually made it he went a full forty six days without eating any actual food. Just to say that he has to have the best self control ever. Because not only is he not eating food and just drinking beer, but he's getting drunk, and they still voiding food. Yeah. That's true. I get drunk and I'm just like Maui on Doritos leftover pizza anything that's in my fridge. I will eat. He says it was especially tough to resist eating because he works in the beer industry. And he was costly surrounded by food and beer at restaurants and other social events, he says, sometimes it didn't matter if it was actually good food or not it just smelled great. And then your mouth starts watering. And it's super hard to be around food only existing on beer. Yeah. 'cause now you're like an angry beer drinker. But despite all the temptations he says he didn't cheat once during those forty six days saying, quote, I know that I have integrity, and I did the entire challenge without a single cheat. Their that was obviously really cool. And I was really proud of the fact that I that I did that since obviously, you know, overweight, and I've been a lot in the past so taking on something like this and doing it with such integrity. I'm really proud of that. I'm proud of the more you drink normally the more you gain weight like I can feel my body. Don't drink beer anymore. Just because I have a sip of beer, and then let you rest of role miata wherever I was at. Calories thing. Right. So if you're not eating eating less calories than you're burning in a day. You're going to lose weight. No matter what you ingest sugar and beer to did. He actually lose weight. The answer is. Yes. Because after the forty six day, beer, only diet was over. He lost whole of forty four pounds. Day, and he's not a hair works here. He drinks straight for forty six days. Like these. Is only his first food though was a giant bowl of guacamole. That's good. Of course, a beer after that. Yeah. But that's only weird diet trend making news over in China. There's something called these sun eating diet. Hip crowd is convinced that humans can do photosynthesis. Children son to replace one meal with a forty four minutes son, bath every single day. So. They believe that you'll absorb solar.
Where the International Space Station is right now - Axios
"Get into some SpaceX and space station news. This mission was a couple days late. It was scheduled to take place on Wednesday. And then it slipped to Friday to give NASA some time to resolve some electrical issues that are on the international space station in the issue was a main bus. Switching unit. The m b s you which is a component of the ISS United States orbital segment electrical power system, and they got that all fixed up. So next thing that they was launched. This SpaceX falcon nine rocket with the capsule on top of it to take supplies to the international space station in in that capsule. The pressurize section had three thousand three hundred forty four pounds of equipment and supplies in further on in the unpressurised capsule. There's two thousand one hundred and twenty eight pounds so altogether. There's five thousand four hundred seventy two pounds that were launched on top of this rocket incentives to the international space station. The pressurized section of cargo head one thousand six hundred one pounds of scientific equipment and experiments, and
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KTRH
"Beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. You can't fall police for asking. But I'm not sure their phone is gonna be ringing off the hook with volunteers on this one thirties in grand haven. Michigan are asking for the return of thirty thousand dollars in cash that spread across the highway when it fell from the back of a man's truck. They say the cash was then a cardboard box, which the driver accidentally left on his bumper causing it to spill out all over the roadway, creating quite the disturbance as you might imagine police say they were able to recover around twenty five hundred dollars of the cash at the scene and another four thousand dollars or so was turned over the weekend. But that's still leaves a considerable amount. Still out there anyone sitting on that cast is asked to turn it over to the grand haven department of public safety just scribble down their address and I'll throw that in Google maps bring over the five hundred bucks. I found this out. Something tells you did take that money and get your car quickly and drive home with that. You didn't just kinda you'll put it. Away didn't put in the Bank. You didn't put it in a little locks on your pillow, or whatever you probably spent that pretty quickly, I'm guessing. Now, of course, the fear is that they have some kind of cameras that way and capacity track down. But it doesn't seem like these people were that worried about that. I was gonna say could you bluff and say, you know, we have video from the truck right which a handful of cars and people's faces were captured. Yes. Perhaps right now, they're asking nicely. Putting that out there? Maybe a week from now, look, we know you have the money. We're just waiting for you to turn it in. So we don't have to come get you just just back up second thirty grand. Yes. In cash in a cardboard box that he placed on the bumper on truck the bumper and drove away tax. Of course. Yes. Thirty grand a cardboard box know much about this guy. We should probably be looking at him. And find out why he had all this cash cardboard box. And you know, I was out last week, Gordon, but we would be remiss if we didn't follow up on one of the more fascinating stories of the spring, so far the remember we've been telling you about Dell hall the Ohio army vet who gave up everything for lent except for beer. He said it was inspired by practiced by monks living in the sixteen. Hundreds hall who works for craft beer company documented his journey on social media. Posting daily updates on his weight loss, which as it turns out was considerable hall says he lost forty four pounds over the course of the season. And he's now ready to resume eating solid foods, but will continue to bat. Against obesity. He says after checking with Dr his blood pressure and cholesterol have also improved and is convinced that craft beer is more nutritious than the standard American diet. While of course, he's a craft beer salesman. I believe trade. So, of course, going to say something like that. But he says doctor say he's doing much much better. And he thinks, you know, most of us are just junk all the time and fast food, whenever they actually drinking beers can better for you. You lost forty four pounds during l'ennemi. That's always the pound today. Yes. That's pretty impressed. I try to serve a modified version of this while I was in Ireland is just say we, but unfortunately, I didn't really stick to it. Like, I did basically have beer and then half like bangers and mash. And shepherd's pie and fishing chips. And I don't think I'm gonna have quite the same level of weight loss that he did. In fact, I'm kinda scared to get on the scale today because I think traditionally in vacation mode. Yeah, you're on the beers the hydrated. So you're hungry eating reverse. So you having those bangers and mash eleven o'clock at night then going to bed disasters anyway. So how was Ireland fantastic. Little chilly fantastic. Yes. See setting up a remote broadcast from there anytime, you know, I'll call the boss today. Guinness face basement, we can get some spot the wood wood kegs x thirteen minutes in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News. I'm Angela fire for toys party city. I two little girls. I'm working show them that women can work and still be mom. They think actually I'm kind of cool because I what am I working for? I'm working kids haffey. There's really no better feeling than that ADP. We're designing a better way to work. So you can t what you're working.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"But with us beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning while you can't fall police for asking. But I'm not sure their phone is going to be ringing off the hook with volunteers on this one a thirties in grand haven. Michigan are asking for the return of over thirty thousand dollars in cash that spread across the highway when it fell from the back of a man's truck. They say the cash was in a cardboard box, which the driver accidentally left on his bumper causing it to spill out all over the roadway, creating quite the disturbance as you might imagine police say they were able to recover around twenty five hundred dollars of the cash at the scene and another four thousand dollars or so was turned in over the weekend. But that still leaves a considerable amount still out there anyone sitting on that cash is asked to Kern it over to the grand haven department of public safety. Not limited scribbled down their address and throw that into Google maps. You bring over the five hundred bucks. I found this out something teleworking if you did take that money and getting. In your car quickly and drive home with that. You didn't just kinda you'll put it away. You didn't put in the Bank. You didn't put it in a little lock boxer on your pillow, or whatever you probably spent that pretty quickly. Yeah. I'm guessing. Now, of course, the fear is that they have some kind of cameras at highway and capacity track you down. But it doesn't seem like these people were that worried about that. I was gonna say could you bluff and say, you know, we have video from the truck right in which a handful of cars and people's faces were captured. Yes, per perhaps right now, they're asking nicely. Yeah. Then they're putting that out there. Maybe a week from now the put out another one book, we know you have the money. We're just waiting for you to turn it in. So we don't have to come get you just just to back up a second. He'll thirty grand in cash in a cardboard box that he placed on the bumper on the on the bumper. And then drove away accidentally, of course. Yes. Yeah. Thirty grand that a cardboard box. You'll know much about this guy. We should probably be looking at him. And find out why he had all his cash in a cardboard box. And you know, I was out last week, Gordon, but we would be remiss if we didn't follow up on one of the more fascinating stories of the spring so far. Remember, we've been telling you about Dell hall the Ohio army vet who gave up everything for lent except for beer. He said he was inspired by a practice by monks living in the sixteen hundreds hall who works for a craft beer company documented his journey on social media. Posting daily updates on his weight loss, which as it turns out was considerable hall says he lost forty four pounds over the course of the season. And he's now ready to resume eating solid foods, but will continue to. Against obesity. He says after checking with a doctor, his blood pressure and cholesterol have also improved and is convinced that craft beer is more nutritious than the standard American diet while now, of course, he is a craft beer salesman. I believe trade. So of course, he's going to say something like that. But he says doctors say he's he's doing much much better anything, you know, most of us are just eat junk all the time and fast food, whenever they actually drinking beer is going to be better for you. Totally lost forty four pounds during l'ennemi. That's almost a pound a day. Yes. That's pretty impressed. Now, I try to serve a modified version of this while I was in Ireland is just say s we, but unfortunately, I didn't really stick to it. Like, he did I did basically half beer and then half like bangers and math. Yeah. And shepherd's pie and fishing chips. And I don't think I'm gonna have quite the same level of weight loss. So that he did. In fact, I'm kind of scared to get on the scale today because I think traditionally in vacation mode. Yeah. You town on the beers. And then get the hot graded. So you're hungry eating and reverse. So you're having those bangers and mash like eleven o'clock at night, then going to bed in disastrous. Anyway, so how was Ireland fantastic little chilly. But fantastic. Yes. DCSS setting up a remote broadcast from there anytime, you know. We'll I'll call the boss today. Whole guinness. We face that basement. We can get some spot beside the would would kegs next Mike thirteen minutes in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News. I'm Angela fire for toys of party city. I two little girls, I'm working on that women can work and still be mom. They think actually I'm kind of cool because I always what am I working for? I'm working to make kids happy. There's really no better feeling than that ADP. We're designing a better way to work. So you can achieve what you're.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KOMO
"Damaged flight, data and voice recorders. From the European airliner have arrived in France, where European experts will take the lead in recovering the. Formation. Washington Post reports bowling experts will be on hand to help with those efforts which could take days or even weeks. Meantime, the post Jonathan O'Connell tells KOMO some pilots were surprised to learn of the new stabilizing software in the max jets with some saying they weren't told about do feel like they should have known about the software. Earlier says most pilots are comfortable with the new planes. They just want to be informed of anything that might be different DNA has identified. The victim of a nearly fifty year old cold case. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Skeletal remains were found in a wooded area of southern Oregon in nineteen seventy-one. But it wasn't until now that they were identified as a teenager from Aberdeen DNA linked the remains to family members and identified them as an layman who was sixteen years old at the time. The circumstances surrounding her disappearance are unclear some say, she was a runaway others say she was adopted into human trafficking, the cause and manner of her death are still under investigation. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Win. Girls from the are suing the state after they were taken out of foster care and placed with their biological mother who allegedly starve them attorney, Vito dela. Cruz says the girls had been a foster home since birth because their mother was addicted to drugs, he says when they were seven state put them back with their mother who locked them in a room starved and tortured. Of some cigarette. Burning on the on the skin of twin daily crews says when the girls were found the each way just forty four pounds there. Now, twelve years old and back with their foster family and response State Department of children youth and family says they can't comment on active litigation. And in may we will find out more about the investigation into the Amtrak.
"forty four pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A former major league baseball all star pitcher will spend the next three years in prison for possession of forty four pounds of cocaine. Esteban. Elisa was sworn by news cameras today after he appeared in court and apologized to his family and his friends news as Barbara Lee Edwards has more an apology and corker knocking former all star pitcher Esteban Loaiza out of. Let me was very respectful, very remorseful. Very sorry. The judge sentenced him to three years in federal lockup after he pleaded guilty to possession of forty four pounds of cocaine with intent to sell his defense. Attorney says it could have been a lot worse after he was given the sentence. He actually had to stay in the court for a couple of minutes to gather his. Composure. I think he was relieved he was looking at up to ten years in this case a wiser will report to prison next month. The search continues for the driver who crashed his Ferrari in Rancho Santa Fe last night. And then took off it happened. Just after ten when deputies arrived they found the car underneath a power pole took emergency crews about an hour to access the car. And when they did they did not find anyone inside women's clothing retailer, Charlotte russe will close all of its remaining stores just a month after filing for bankruptcy. The company was founded in San Diego. There are eight locations around the county at one point Charlotte, russe operated, more than five hundred stores and employed nearly nine thousand people nationwide. Now for more business news. Here's Bill Holland. Stocks closed mixed after recovering from early weakness down two percent or so on the week the first down week of the year China week is triggered by the Trump tariffs. Purchase a trade deal. And the weakness spreads worldwide unemployment down two tenths of three point eight percent twenty thousand jobs, but one hundred and fifty eight million record Americans are working government and retail week housing starts up eighteen percent cost for five percent after a blowout. Quarter to Holland damn seven sixty. I.
Ex-MLB Esteban Loaiza Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Cocaine Trafficking
"A former major league baseball pitcher who spent part of the two thousand four season with the New York Yankees is heading to federal prison after being convicted of trafficking cocaine in San Diego, Esteban Loaiza, given three years in federal prison. The former pitcher played for a bunch of teams, including the White Sox dodgers as nationals and Yankees. Prosecutors say he was trafficking cocaine even renting a stash house with no furniture personal belongings in it. He was found with forty four pounds of cocaine. He could have gotten life in prison. The has. To turn himself in April,
"forty four pounds" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES
"The standard primary by metric comparison data says but rice sex high weight and age. These pertinent data sets were added to computerize risk system database for all pair with casualties. The result was that bow metric data was obtained on all the individuals who are still listed as MIA from the battle of terrible. Second each of the individual Punchbowl, terroir unknown. X file was retrieved in research to acquire the same standard Plymouth area by metric comparison data sets of race sex height weight and age estimates. These data sets were meticulously recorded and filed by the Central Identification Laboratory forensic anthropologists when the unidentified remains were originally examined in the period. Nineteen forty seven through nineteen fifty one prior to their final burial in the Punchbowl cemetery in Honolulu Hawaii. In addition, many of these files contained other random instant case Pacific's Pacific research clues that could potentially aid in the identification of the unknowns such as hair-color evidence of prior injury and orders e facial characteristics shoe size personal items recovered with the body dental charting and the probable cause of death. No attempt was made to compare the terroir unknown X files with resolve cage. The risk system became the basis for investigating the case of PFC Fellner, and all of the other M, I as whose cases I investigated at Jp pack and has also been the primary investigative tool of our foundations efforts to help locate recover and identify 'em. I as from all over the world. So as we always do in our podcast this start with some of the basic biometric and historical information about PFC Victor herald Fellner. PFC Fellner was sixty six and a half inches tall. He weighed one hundred forty four pounds. He was twenty five years of age almost twenty six at the time of his death dark Brown hair. And he was a member of the United States Marine corps reserves. It was a member of company b first battalion eight marines. And he was married as we'll discuss later to Catherine Fe readily. PFC Filner listed as religious preferences. Protestant in his records. The letter p Protestant may have been imprinted on his US, MC identification disc or his dog tag. There's no indication is military records of previous bone fractures, birth marks or tattoos, yet Brown eyes to match his dark Brown hair and his official US MC. Photograph does not contain a chart to confirm his listed high at sixty six and a half inches. Biffi Feldman's last recorded dental examination was on twenty July nineteen forty one shortly after his enlistment when his chart notice six fillings and cavities, no extractions and no wisdom teeth present. Jay pack did not note that a family reference sample or a DNA sample as we know it was in their files as of may twenty twelve..
"forty four pounds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We talk about next hour. Choose your news. Also, give feedback on this specific segments. You can call voicemail and Andrew the producer here. Here. We wanna do this. Well, I'm just gonna say. Yeah. I was gonna warn them about Andrew in his in his proclivities right from meanness. He's six foot seven three hundred and forty four pounds. And he is imposing but this number two six seven two six sixty three fifty on this segment in Andrew east gonna curate though. So you have a chance to be a radio star because this is a very risky segment. We're going to take to people who've been objectively measured by science to be the most annoying and and era Gance politicians in Washington state governor, I call sleepy Jay Inslee took off time from flying around the country to places like Georgia because he's running for president to address the state of the state just the past few years or state experienced record high temperatures record low snowpack in some locations higher ocean. Temperatures and higher acidity in our waters. Historic wildfires. Blackened our air so much that we had the worst air quality in the world that China not India. Washington state. Let me be the I apologize to the great country of Canada who has a cap and trade system like the governor wants for for the governor's you step on all over that. And making this a ways to run, Mike. Lewis candy does this does this land landed the role he wants he's not going to be president? He wants the EPA director is is this the pitch to make Michaels is the carbon tax a pitch to make. Yeah. Is this going to launch him into the stratospheric rooms of presidential candidates branding overall on climate change the chief we'd salesman in chief sweetmaker? Well, I mean, so it kind of depends on who wins the next election. Right. So that is a first important consideration. And and I agree with you. I don't think it's going to be Jay Inslee. I don't think he has any of the apparatus in place to win a presidential race. Does this does this resonate with people? I think it does resonate with people, although it has failed twice in legislature and fry twice at the ballot box this sort of idea. Now, he is he is going with much. Smaller proposals. Now tighter ones on on actually on on on high polluting fuels on on hydro Corban carbons that are that are from air conditioning system things like that that make a lot more sense because they're much more easy to regulate. So to the extent that he can have greater success, narrowing his agenda. Yeah. I think as far as as far as pollution goes. Yeah. I think that's probably a good move on his part, certainly not doing another carbon-tax. This is something when you talk to people they're either on one side of the other climate change is that real or is that not real? And when you get people who are saying, it's not real they're going to listen to somebody like Jay Inslee say, hey, this is so important. You wanna know why you're orcas are dying? It's because our waters are polluted. And we don't have enough salmon, and we need to do all these other things with hydraulic dams, and it starts to get this nuanced argument that gets all lumped together, and then people tune out well, and they tune out as well. Because his Mike's point they've tried to use it twice the legislature wants to the ballot box where the even call it twice in the ballot box twice in the second. Time they pretended. It was a fee not attacks. But he's persistent. We can give him that are at least is script writers are I don't know of any other issue touches, the heart of so many of the things we all care about our jobs. Our health our safety in our children's future. Well, I mean, I could go with mental health I could go with opioid addiction. I could go with the ever expanding economic bubble around colleges etcetera. The baby. Orca. He was living..
Full list: Obama pardons these 78 people, shortens 153 prisoners’ sentences
"Sixty, former major league baseball star pitcher Esteban Loaiza pled guilty in San, Diego federal court today, to. Possession of forty. Four pounds of cocaine with intent to distribute. He, faces a range of. Ten, years. To life