17 Burst results for "Forty Pulling"
"forty pulling" Discussed on The Center Ring esports podcast
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"forty pulling" Discussed on Uncommon
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"forty pulling" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast
"Than sixty thousand. And that's just that one aircraft storage facility and of course that doesn't even take into account all the people who are indirectly employed by aviation such as april retail staff tourism businesses travel agents taxi drivers hotel and resort operators as you can see the economic and human impact of allies ground. Planes is just devastating. Each of those grounded airline crews have different story and there's been many many different stories that have come out over the last year. Some have taken earlier time until jobs already in other industries summa now working as contact tracers for health authorities and there was quite a famous story last year on the project that channel. Ten show of the former qantas eighth hr eighty pilots in sydney. Who now work is bus drivers of also come across former quotas flight attendants who are now working for new south wales trailing and many staff is still slow down without jobs at waiting patiently to find another job or to be able to return to the skies although it doesn't By any means make up for the tens of thousands of jobs lost you to those planes being grounded. The creation of facilities like apex has however been an employment opportunity for some people which is good news as i understand it. A passing -ployees around forty pulling alice springs to maintain all of the planes. And it's not simply a matter of Bringing a plane into alice springs and letting it sit there for years. The planes do require regular maintenance to keep them in good shape and to have them ready to return to the skies. Once the airline ceo demand returning when a plane. I arrives into storage. The oil and few fuel systems are preserved and drying agents placed in the engines before being sealed up. Lieutenant are also applied to critical flat services like the wings caved in protected against the elements when they're out in the desert and the window is typed up to keep the inside of the cabin dock and nice and cool to.
"forty pulling" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Hey good morning gardeners sons comin up temperatures are nice and cool what a lovely day to be out in the garden I mean it's going to be a nice weekend it would be a really good Sunday morning to not be anywhere near downtown all those people are running around I'm not against running not at all I am I like to run I'm blanket a lot actually I just don't like being in re directed traffic everywhere so tomorrow morning either sleep in late or bed straight out to the garden a good day for today were temperatures of band yeah bouncing up and down the temperatures are reminding us that just because your local nursery has tomatoes does not mean it's time to put them in the ground it's a bad idea so keep an eye out for that you want to plant some go right ahead but you best protect them these temperatures are way too cold for tomatoes tomatoes don't need to be frozen to be damaged below forty pulls a bad trick on the tomatoes that will affect their yields later on so don't don't do it you can go get on because they're coming in but you put him in the ground you better have planned a B. and C. for keeping them warm because we're going to be in the low to mid thirties next week and that's way too cold let's go to the phone this is Thomas good morning Thomas what can I help you with morning awhile back you gave me a recommendation for something to prevent the black route to McKinney and I can't remember and I can't find what I wrote it down sure there are two products that you can use and it is a good time of the year to be ready for it because you're going to need to spray when the blossoms are open that's the route for the blackrock to get in the two products are activate which most of the.
"forty pulling" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Purposes also team box at my heart media dot com that is how we get this party going to have to get a crack a lion John is going to kick us off your but you have an amazing swoop on climate change of course the climate is changing otherwise we we live in I swore lava or something but are we doing it is humans no of course not that stupid and arrogant we got out of the ice age without cars all right John I have a like a like we're heads out on that one I think I'm he pretty well aligned with you on this all right let's see we have next year mark block the beast is a nineteen eighty eight movie about a tank crew lost in Afghanistan actually pretty good for a relatively unknown movie by the way producer mark has become essential to the show twenty seven going on fifty to some X. I am twenty six thank you very Joe for like another generation Z. they still check his ID when he tries to buy beer you guys only because I'm a baby face yeah but like I'm you you're you're young and you're gonna be out of the forty three forty seven year old old man I know you look older because of the beard that's true to size charts in the photo me even from two years ago without the beard and and and she was like oh my gosh it really only a few showers you would get carded maybe yeah and that's why I got I got a couple grazing the beard now I want to like you know sort of wax them out you can see them a little bit more not not pulling out I mean like you make them more prominent so that looks like I found you wanting to you know like plug them no no no I mean like I want them to be you know wax and it was the wrong phrase I meant like cheese them out to you and say Hey look at gray bearded fellow he must have some wisdom just die your hold your gray okay quite a look if I had the this week one color in the beard and other I think some people do the beer does go your your hair color changes more rapidly on your financial here than on your eyes you see look at Ted Cruz who's churned out like a Wolverine beard like I give the guy credit leave the Wolverine beard for him works like a silver a shower you member he act on you weren't we weren't you were yeah we're gonna show he actually gave me a beer chat at once on Twitter yes and I've heard you talk about welcome the and it was very exciting for me is that thank you senator Cruz welcomed the beard club all right Chris is I and of course yes Brewster market sense of the show he already knows that and I keep telling him I'm only I'm the only one a lot of big head in here too big had under the straw that stirs the drink so Chris is next up let's see if he has a Asia is not paper Strother right miss this this just make sure you're using I disintegration no I just do this you know just making sure that all of papers from drama metal straw your real strong yeah I get the job done I had a friend sent me from her office that they just transition to paper straws and she's like Kenny cab can you do something about this no unfortunately that was another thing about San Francisco no straws wealth papers rose if you wanted a straw paper straws does not it is not okay now I'd rather drink drink with no strong drink do you leave it to you leave straws in your alcohol mixed beverages yes forty pull it out because you think the like a little mini strong yeah I like that yeah maybe for structures because it's what the icy gets all over your face in the rink out of the many strong yeah absolutely all I do I don't know about that let's see there's gonna be some people are on your way to like two or three and it seems like you're drinking out of a normal strong when the option for an almost frozen there wow you triple up on many strong yeah that's one way to go Chris writes a box since you're talking college basketball yesterday if you are a producer mark want to experience real college basketball you guys have become watch San Diego state ranked number four in the country right now we have season tickets either make it back out here Chris thanks so much may refuse to mark will take you up on that you know about this indigo state team you know about these guys I was unaware but good for them number for the country now this is very interesting I know enough about numbers to know Sir I'll see them in March madness fresh start looking because by our union do you are you like a do you to do the thing where you get yes the bracket yeah I mean some bracket pools yeah yeah have you ever won no I'm usually very manifestly football yeah big festival box my brother's you'd like hang on the brothers a lot more to me they're both really in the fantasy apple and very good at it so the only thing I really wager on actually won a league this year one my three leagues really I did who is your starting QB I was a mark Jackson's that's why okay he had a good year us live our Jackson gonna be the MVP of the league yeah good choice then GM GM slash producer mark CNO will maybe free if we get out there would love to take you up on this ticket to San Diego state sounds like fun Jim rides listening at six PM everyday great show what time do you tape Jim thanks for listening live out there and we we go we go as much we always much honors close to time as we possibly can let's see here Scott in all fairness you have a table Bernie says in contact you were trying to transform America into a socialist communist paradise it is highly likely correct that Donald J. trump is one of the most dangerous presidents ever I see so what's got sayings that from Bernie's perspective trump is super dangerous because Bernie views trump as a threat to the socialist takeover of America that Bernie's trying to you know I kind of see what you're saying and I still think it's a it's a grotesque exaggeration because it and that's member Bernie Sanders is trying to transform America Bernie Sanders is not trying to preserve America as it is and and the greatness of America as it is he wants something radically different by member he keeps saying political revolution you'll call for revolution if you think things are great you just want to do a little bit better but yeah she got a like the outside the box thinking Sharon if they decide to call new witnesses they should call Obama did you crane at U. 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I'm sorry did you crane request US military aid when the Russian military marched into Crimea did you give them military aid forget about hunter we'll share and I I think that that that that wouldn't happen but I appreciate we're heads and they would say that that was a decision of the president allowed to make without the hold turning point here for the liberal argument is that it's about the personal benefit that they say trump would receive all because of this alleged personal benefit it is illicit it is elicits for the president it was not allow it was wrong for him to ask because Lansky for information sent over there we have it Rico Andrea rights we see we were served Mongolian marmot at a diplomatic event marmots Kerry blue bionic plague and a couple of tourists died last year from eating it wow that's not good well that's not that's not the way I would want to give the bionic plague that is scary and is not fun all right good I'd interesting trivia thank you Andrea did not I did not know that Jack right well the show was on Spotify your priest mark have a good report you keep doing the voice impersonations and fight the fight good brother your podcast is number one with me I turn my brother into in law rather onto it in Kenya and he loves it he's amazing how all the news is here when he gets on Sky News or BBC over there I seven straight with the Boxster well Jack you bring up a very important thing here which is you got a pass the Buck you gotta tell people about the Buck Sexton show your word of mouth is what makes the show grow you know we don't I don't have billboards all over the country at I don't get to go on a cable news show every night and promote my stuff so you guys are the you guys are the front line word spreaders if you will of the Buck Sexton show you are my evangelists for the freedom hot so please do tell people about it have you ever boarding like I I don't know what to say this person in my office if you're on a date even I don't know if bringing me up on a day it's going to help or not that's a risk you take but you know you never know what do you got did you just insinuates that on and date usually Hey you should listen to the Bucks excited I yes I did indeed your first date I'm sorry your honor stuff you know if you run out of stuff and you can't there are no friends book not just work well I gave that that point you could figure out if if the lady or the guy depending on you know too soon they love freedom you we are on only eight yeah but if you want to fill a free but you should know right away by the way nowadays if you listen to the show chances are you don't wanna date some commie I'm just saying your that's what I'm here for so you can really use me as a litmus test their punny couples out there that combine differ on a right wing and all it happens all the time but these days it's getting harder there all these stories about you know whose marriages have been ruined from sales of trump so do you really want on a first date to really like that yeah it over right away I guess that's fair yeah you want to bring up the Bucks section showing a date you'll find out if this person is in fact a Sandinista and that's what you want to know sure yeah see okay I'm still I'm standing behind the one I still say that if your day gets the points that you're bringing up the Buck Sexton show we should be on a date anyway I mean people bring up Netflix shows completely different if that different it shows a you would too I watch shows are watched about six inches in fact it I did it I think it is so listen to me marketing a code red when no one's looking Jeffrey thank Hey Buck greetings from Spokane Washington home of the Gonzaga Bulldogs glad to have you back then was gray in your absence but the freedom out faithful neither daily dose of the swoop on history show you played a crip a clip of Greta in Davos spewing stats about climate change do you think she really understand any of the numbers stats and she's claiming or she just reciting what you've memorized from a script it's sad to see a sixteen year old kids so wrapped up in climate change a hoax keep up the great work Buck PS hi five your soup is amazing and you keep as warm and safe at night Jeffrey has a fantastic note a fantastic message judge credit seventeen but I saw that this must just turned seventeen recently Jane am I the only one who thinks it's strange that while the dems go on and on about trump asking Ukraine to investigate corruption not one Democrat is asked what corruption because they know Joe berry and the rest of them were up to their eyeballs and corruption in Ukraine engine on that's why I had John Solomon on yesterday he's been looking into this and I just don't know if we're ever going to really get the answers that we need to get on what was going on in Ukraine because a lot of people that are very invested in us not finding out that answer but will still keep keep trying keep looking for it I wish I could go there and dig for it myself but my Ukrainian is it's not it's not that it's rusty it's nonexistent so I'm not sure that I'd be able to be that effective as an investigative journalist running around in Kiev which is whatever calls Kiev now so I guess I got to go arrest or or chicken Keith yeah but you know what is chicken Kiev you know it's a thing I know that or thank him for the city it is pronounced like chicken Kiev is a is a dish you know you you are my one hamburger is named for a place sure do you know what Iraq footer is known as a sandwiching via Mike muscala waiting yeah exactly exactly name for buffalo New York which basically is in Canada when you really think about it it's really fun I I have a friend that likes to go to buffalo often and he says the wings are actually as good as advertised yeah it helped that give a flowing sure you're listening to the box actually show on the most powerful name and talk talk radio six eighty WCBS I'm here in studio with mark 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"forty pulling" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Minutes and four seconds and Stravinsky the connection with Robinson for five yards to tie this came up well it's exactly if you're now he is what you're looking for after the tone over you wonder how you young quarterbacks in response and he responded outstandingly and lead that team tied up the game zero kicks it off to loosen the second here for Boise state allows up one of balance through the back of the end zone to the twenty five yard line up for the cowboys will have it let's pause ten seconds for station identification this is Westwood One your home for Thursday night football Casey SF Colorado springs we are southern Colorado sports station extra sports thirteen hundred injury update rule one Smith is out for the night tool injury big hit for the bears defense give it to Elliot wanting to the left stood up apple one scrimmage it'll give them for progress for half a yard Ballal Nichols collaborating with Kyle fuller on the stock the good job by Aaron wintry wind up as the outside linebacker the offense of left the sets the edge again Joan hand written and gives L. it no we're going what's the truth come out make the play the veteran Kevin Pierre Louis in from local one Smith now in its sixth year the NFL formally with Seattle Kansas city in that yes second nine for Dallas Ellie to the backfield pick the head office doctor was right first look at down field and he throws it low incomplete pressure from Pierre Louis Randall hall the intended target and it's thirty nine and a heads up play by Kim dad press on this one out to the right if we did it is on a dead sprint forty pulls up at the last minute Robbie the pencil really had way by the back of one dyne package here for Chicago third in nine for Dallas P. on bush the extra clear the secondary shocking formation for Prescott strong side to the left for Dallas he has the time plus the six is complete once you get there by Randall problem got his left hand on it but then the bear swore and comment no chance to bring it in with their backing don't covered with either the outstanding job of death he covers up the middle hole and he's right there in force is the errant throw now after the house he got up remember your world will point out they could not afford to lose the count seconds three million out for the Dallas Cowboys Chris Jones will pointed to one man waiting for Jones off the left side of the forty fourth pole mixes with the food forty five what's his way towards the sideline and he is drop with a forty seven yard line forty one yard point thirteen yard return special teams hit by Joe Thomas for Dallas Cowboys in bears all tied up at seven a piece O. Levin fifteen to play first half in Chicago you're listening to Thursday night football on Westwood One Westwood One presents NFL one hundred remembering a century of excellence in pro football sponsored by Prewitt gin prejudice the most recommended memory support brand by pharmacists few teams in NFL history dominated their opponents as thoroughly as the nineteen eighty five Chicago Bears all the fame running back Walter Payton led the offense but it was quarter buddy Ryan suffocating forty six defense that was the real start creating fifty four turnovers to make head coach Mike did his job a lot easier buddy Adam and attacks our defense and throw what we breasts I mean there was fabric and I think it made us better with the fact that we have the ability to take the ball away from people so it was it was pretty good for your offense within us get the ball on the other team's twenty yard line a lot of favors Dan Hampton Richard dent and Mike single Terry anchor that legendary Chicago defense which allowed just twelve points per game on average the bears were also brash and drew the ire of many when they recorded a rap song during the regular season called the Superbowl shuffle.
"forty pulling" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Karma today download the credit card that that'll and Steve Michaels that's why I did it out of the city Bloomberg eleven threo now Bloomberg sports at the gardens firstly from the opening tip they be the next one a level one for an injury came losing streak Marcus Morris the next time and with twenty six and that's with the guard with the six o'clock two balls in Montreal the Rangers racial for gold but this shouldn't be the Canadian six five Jacob Cooper scores the game winner midway through the third sharp change the islanders to win in overtime doubles over the red wings five one the giants is with the bears while the jets host the Oakland Raiders that's Woburn sports update on Jules for in depth story telling interesting people the arts and culture this is CBS Sunday morning on Bloomberg radio in our quest for the latest trends in food and drink let's not overlook some treasures that are aging well hourly callin certainly hasn't this thanksgiving chance might be worth a look in the back of your grandfather's liquor cabinet because those dusty bottles you may have assumed he'd gone bad fact be gifts from holidays pack on this corner over here a three family in there yes while renovating his keyboard New Jersey house this past September Ron lowered found a stash of Gil bees dry gin still wrapped in straw in a crawl space in the room there's just been a big burlap burl Ives actress at nine twelve bottles full bottles right you're almost certainly as old as the house built in nineteen twenty six it would appear that it was placed into the roof when their contract in the house that's why yes pretty great pretty cool now brews doesn't necessarily mean good booze but it might be a bottle of Macau distilled in nineteen twenty six just broke a record at auction selling for nearly two million dollars Jamie Richie was the Sotheby's auctioneer that did if you've got forty forty pulls from the bottle you can give him forty people the greatest whiskey seven anyway one of the attackers as a Christmas spirits.
"forty pulling" Discussed on KTOK
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"forty pulling" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Favorite show no worries catch all the episodes on demand. the dot. alright we're back for our final segment with Ford and you also were telling me that you know that we've not only of the slower Fairfield County but the coverage is a lot of partying stuff amongst high school kids and what's your thought on the high school range and going up for young adults. this year is a real high stress area for the most part I mean there are there are. a lot of people making a lot of money and a lot of kids who hi there heroes parents either aren't paying attention. or kids who feel pressure to live up to a set of standards that you know they may not even be able to retain. and that that results in a lot of stress and you know the studies have shown that the stress level of kids from age sixteen all the way up to like through twenty years so has skyrocketed. suicide rates have have jumped way up. and. and also in. tween the opioids which everybody's been hearing about. and the alcohol was not as many people hear about. if you are the two numbers each of those is causing. in excess of eighty thousand. a year in the United States of America so in doing the math that dislike. four hundred and thirty four hundred and forty. pull every single day my mom was as like two airplanes if one airplane crashes is gonna be national news for like a week there's like two airplanes crashing every single day. it gives me great hope when I see the kids Sir is starting to figure out that you know maybe there's a different way you know that they don't have to just get absolutely pouring drunk or. to have fun I know in New Canaan they have something called the ram council and there's over a hundred kids there sign the pledge to be sober and us see car. liberation programs which is in stand no walk Stanford we got him out here the way they want to go to work they have an office. a grand shy. you know so there's more conversation. and and there's also more on. and there's more available in terms of you know just people's speak with I mean I go to the I go to a therapist every week. yeah. when you're not when you and our kids some of the some of the wealthy women and had shrinks but they would never admit it. it just wasn't some there was talk about now your mental health assuming that starting to. starting to come into people's consciousness that. you know and and the world is crazy right now I mean. I mean I mean I don't watch the news anymore. yeah I I just don't. it's not in I mean I don't care what side are you on it's not. and I just don't worry but I I can't do anything about it. and. things that I've learned you think about the front wall oxy because no problem and is there a lot of mixed with alcohol on that well. to most bad enough if you mix alcohol with you pretty much gone. the Sentinel I mean I I and I know two people that died directly from Sentinel because they were taking a street drug it's like a hundred times and acts but it was a fake you know who is thanks X. main Mexico or made in China and this whole Sentinel. it's like a hundred times your breathing it's a hundred times more power for the more free. the United States of America comprises a little less than four percent of the world's population okay. he notices Americans consumes. eight zero percent of all of the drugs legal and illicit produced in the world every year and a lot of these problems are first world problems you know none of the kids in November and either have a dumpster like telling him and then as the well or something like that but it's just pressure is just our culture now. as gun image for one it's fractured and that causes tension in causes stress but economically they're starting other stresses economic I mean this and that and the other I mean I know before I went in the hospital you know I went through all that my. alcoholic thinking man's lose our house file chapter seven you know the whole bit. but you know what I'm having to talk about it because in you know a lot of people. strongly protect their anonymity which I respect under percent. doesn't matter to me because I want people to realize someone people look at me and say. you don't look like it to run her you know when you're going to be and how do you how do you. about where you are now one win what your life I feel great about what I am where I am right now and I also feel that having been spared. buy a power greater than myself. I mean I've got no business being alive given what I've done behind the wheel of a car. having been spared. I came to realize it wow is a silver hill and then you know as I started my. rehab recovery. I realize I came to realize it no I actually have a purpose in life and this is my purpose is to help is it I mean I've always been a helper. but this is this is a life and death kind of thing..
"forty pulling" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Three seven. Oh. Investors. The crowd is. With Carrie called. You're going to feel better. If you talk to. To investors. By the way, it's called the front cover indicate. Case you want to know. By the way, that Pinterest setting a lower price for its IPO debut fifteenth seventeen dollars, and they lose a lot of money. Yep. And it turns out you ready for this with Pinterest. It's lower than some of the. Numbers that people paid for in the private market. Which is supposed to happen. What that simply means. This actually a price for beforehand. I don't know if you call them informal markets. But it's out there. It's the private equity market, and it's coming lower to the public than some people paid. I'm reading here that some people pay the twenty one thousand fifty four cents in two thousand seventeen. Valuing the company at twelve billion. And now it's going to come public at fifteen to seventeen that does not augur. Well. For other initial public offerings the come that don't have meat. There's a company came public trade web team w builds operates electric over the counter market places in the US and internationally. Guess what they make good money? Good sales numbers. Good growth. Twenty seven dollar deal. Open the thirty six to forty pulling back now. But that's what I call meet. Not lift. Who lost nine hundred million dollars? Now, keep in mind lift the sales growth is amazing one thirty one eleven ninety three ninety four, but you know. If they're going to sell lemonade at eliminates stand. And it costs you five bucks. For the lemonade and you sell it for a dollar. You're not going to be in business too long. But with these companies are able to do is they go to the private markets public markets income markets and able to keep going. For me. I've been always the mazed. How some of these biotech companies? A company called immuno medics. I m u k. Okay. Back in nineteen. Wasn't ninety three or ninety four. They had no sales and the stock sky rocketed. In ninety nine. The stock went from one to thirty four. Back to one in two thousand nine. So twenty thirty years later. The company still has no sales. Stolen a ton of money. It has a three point four billion dollar market cap. And you know, how they're able to do it and stay around. They did a secondary offering in two thousand fourteen they did a secondary offering in two thousand sixteen. They did a secondary offering in two thousand eighteen. So beats the hell out of me how this works. That accompanies been public for like thirty years never ever had a sale. In the -veloping of whatever whatever whatever to treat cancer. And by the way, this is not in Dighton of them. I'm sure they really try to do something. But after thirty years they were able to do a secondary raise funds, even though they still have those sales. And of course, lose a ton of money. In the last year. They lost. The three hundred million bucks on those sales. How does one stay in business? I don't know. Because that lemonade stand. They stay in business. Welcome to Wall Street. Sometimes that's why we always say you pick your poison, and I will tell you another part of that question, by the way, I've seen companies like immuno medics bought out at five billion dollar market camps with no sales. And what ends up happening if they never get any sales. Just ends up being a write off the company bought them. Anyway, again, pick your poison. I don't have the grapefruits to ODA biotech stock with no sales because I'd be afraid to wake up tomorrow. And the placebo does better than the drug in trials. The stocks down fifty we've. Come on this show, many times and told you just by the way this down fifty today. Overnight sixty seventy eighty ninety there was one biotechs that was ninety percent of its value overnight, by the way, even Biogen..
"forty pulling" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Talk to. Again to investor's edge. By the way, it's called the front cover indicate. Case you wanted to know by the way that Pinterest setting a lower price for its IPO debut fifteenth seventeen dollars, and they lose a lot of money. Yep. And turns out ready for this with Pinterest. It's lower than some of the. Numbers that people paid for in the private market. Which is supposed to happen. What that simply means. This actually a price for beforehand. I don't know if you call them informal markets. But it's out there. It's the private equity market, and it's coming lower to the public, then some people paid. I'm reading here that some people pay the twenty one thousand fifty four cents in two thousand seventeen. Valuing the company at twelve billion. And now it's gonna come public fifteen to seventeen that does not augur. Well. For other initial public offerings the come that don't have leaked. There's a company came public coal trade web. T W builds it operates electric over the counter market places in the US and internationally. Guess what they make good money? Good sales numbers. Good growth. Twenty seven dollar deal opened the thirty six to forty pulling back now. But that's what I call meet. Not lift. Who lost nine hundred million dollars? Now, keep in mind lift the sales growth is amazing one thirty one eleven ninety three ninety four but. You know? If you're going to sell lemonade at a lemonade stand. And a cost you five bucks. For the lemonade and you sell it for a dollar. You're not going to be in business too long. But with these companies are able to do is they go to the private markets public markets income markets and able to keep going. From me. I've been always the maze. How some of these biotech companies? This company called immuno medics. I m u k..
"forty pulling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"No contracts of the combine finishing up today. The NFL combine the scouting combine. In indianapolis. We were there over the weekend. Doing a two hour show on ABC myself. Louis Riddick Mel kiper junior. Todd mcshay was a lot of fun. But the one thing that is absolutely true. Mike the we learned over the weekend. The human body is getting bigger and faster. Like, we've never seen. It really is. I mean, what some of those the athleticism of the D lineman out there, whether the interior and I like how they separated the details and the. Ends in Russia's this year. Veges freaks it. Brought so much. I follow a lot of former alignment, of course, you know, on on Twitter. Right. Just hear them talk about how the rules go for the offense this year. See why because we have to block as old Lyman Iraq considered the best athletes out there, though, they're good athletes. We we have a little bit. But he he they say we have to block these freaks. Yeah. On the defensive side of the ball that defensive line that they're incredible with how well forgetting the forties because I don't put a whole lot about stock in the forties, especially at the bigger positions. Give me more the ten and the twenty, but just the way they're moving and looking a it's just incredible. Remember when J J B uncloudy was a freak show. Yeah. Just a few years ago. He was six five six six about two fifty to sixty four five three Montanez sweat, by the way, what an as great name Montas what out of Mississippi State, six six two hundred and sixty pounds. He ran a four four one in a faster time oil Beckham junior. Okay. Just think about that for a minute. And then there was Quentin Williams who had about three hundred three pounds the NFL network. Does a great job in the I came up with. The it's not the simul candidates to simul game. They show forties of people running together. Williams, ready faster forty time than Josh Rosen and Jimmy Garoppolo and you're gonna why are you making that comparison reason because that's the guy he's trying to chase and Mike when a guy who was outweighing you buy sometimes a hundred pounds is is faster than you trying to get away from you. That's a problem man pros, even Dexter Lawrence. From a Clemson who weighed three forty two he ran a five flat forty pulled the quad a minor injury. So he missed the rest of it. But yeah, they're they're freaks. I'll tell you what I really liked and I tweeted about this is what what NFL network throughout the entire thing. Does when you run a drill? And then they show how that drill works in actual game play, and you can see why some drills to me are a waste, but other drills give you some sort of indication because you can put it into actual play that you see on the field, but see in these guys move, and we know this as a rich defensive line. Draft. And even the linebackers looked very good as well. So you could say this front seven of this draft could be one of the strongest we have had in a while Sean Garrett who by the way out of Michigan went out and said, I'm the best player in the draft period. He kind of went out and did a good things are backing up. You ran a four six six two hundred seventy seven pounds. He's an interesting guy. 'cause I don't think people have decided whether or not he's an inside guy or an outside. Right. And if you go if you look at his numbers as an inside presence he had a really good season. But if you try and slide that to the outside the things he did it Michigan. It wasn't that great of a season. It depends on where you wanna play. It's exactly right. And the thing about defense is now in the NFL you can hybrid hybrid them. So he can go inside or outside or you can put him where he'll be most damaging again, I'm not so big on that we lost in the forty some time for me those de Lima. We started talking about Nick Bosa didn't run the fastest Ford in the world. But so what his ten was in the upper echelon robbed the ten yard sprint and to me your get off. And you know what? From that defensive end position that pass respite just into the quarterback ain't forty yard. Nope. That's a ten that take get off. That's a move. And that that how can you get ten to fifteen yards? What makes what you're saying? Exactly. Right. Is some people who raised an eyebrow? But Nick boasts forty time with the same people that raised eyebrows about Joey xactly, right time. And you know, what Joey Bosa has been a problem. I remember when that happened because you looked at Joey Bosa ten time, and it was a really good ten time. And I said forget the forty it's the ten that's what you need to worry about. And he he is proven that. And I think his brother will do the same thing. Yeah. You're going to have to worry about Nick Volks. You are just the way it's going to be in. That is straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T networks coming up. We learned a lot about one NFL wide receiver this weekend. And let's just say we may have learned a little.
"forty pulling" Discussed on The Health Code
"Look, there's something to be said just about enjoying the moment and each other's company. And I think that you know, when I said to you, my favorite place in to go to Australia because people value more so than they do in the US leisure time taking a holiday, you know, in the states, we don't do that as much, but I did mention that like there's one place lake Powell is like that for me cellphones. You don't get cell phone service on the slate massive lakes has actually more shoreline in the coastal US because it has all these fingers in it's like red rock. So we'd go out there on a houseboat five bedroom two story house boat, and you're just playing in the sun playing in it. So it's kind of like, yeah. It's kind of like going to the beach and not taking your phone out in the sun, you're being acted no cell phone service. So I might take a photo. But I'm not I'm not posting it and responding to comments, right? Then I have to wait until we get reception. If we're going to the. Marina, which is a thirty minute boat ride away. And we'd do that maybe twice a week. See you would just fit in. So well, your audio already. Bring your gym. He opened it up. We'll try. You know, what there's so many gyms and city has had the most gyms per capita. It'd be makeup Meko Meko? Culas. I there's a lot of good gyms here too. So maybe going someplace outside of city. Yeah. Queensland Nusa to be honest, news only have one decent gym. So maybe one day new so. Yeah. You don't go up to. James view. What at the moment you go through phases. What's your favorite kind of workout style right now? All I'm enjoying like calisthenics stuff. So we were talking about this. And it actually makes me appreciate bodybuilding stuff even more if I'm like, okay? I used to be like I have to hit this muscle group today this muscle group. And what I've just done is like if I'm having fun trying to learn handstands or muscle ups, or whatever it is. Yeah. I'm so jealous. I can do one. Oh, yeah. Needlework these bars and Cornella like it seems like there'd be a place that would bar. Yes. Like, so I actually better at them. I went through actually before I actually ever started competing. I figured it out and playing football. I wouldn't cross it was. So new that it wasn't even it was before returning game. Oh, wow. Oh, I did it with this guy that was one of the only cross gyms in in Idaho, pretty much, and I could I got like my strict muscle up down. Finally, and that was a time I was so fit. I actually did my first show while I was doing a hybrid of cross fit and bodybuilding. And then I just went full body building. You know, they in fact, the day one the bodybuilding dot com show also entered in a pull up contest, and I did forty pull from the same day that I wanted to show, and I think about speed too heavy too. So, but I think about usually bodybuilders fill depleted on the day of the show. They feel weak lean and you have the way I trained, and like how I did it leading up to the comp is a very healthy way. Like tracking mackerels in terms of. I didn't I didn't really deplete more than I had to. And. Yeah, I won the pull up contest to think it was forty two pull ups, and they had to be Senator imprint it was it was crazy. I can't do that many right now. But I think back to that. I was like that was. The the most fit I ever was who best I've ever done is thirty and forty is just insane, man. I was like forty five kilos I should have been out with three or four pack of doing math in my head. That's for grill to be able to do that. It's really impressive all idea or even. I would do them in a pint with my legs. Yeah. I'll do them in a pipe. That's That's like like DJ. DJ. I I wish. wish. You had crazy. It's on YouTube. So like, I'm not even lying. You guys come watch. It. He's grabbed it. Yeah. But it was. Yeah. Looking back at that. I was like there was something to that cell training..
"forty pulling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"forty pulling" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Come back. Come back. Come back. Come back. Thank you, eight thirty. Sorry. You hearing inside baseball. But it happens. Garrett Lewis with Kansas t- AM seven hundred two sounds most stimulating talk. I hope you win by the way. It is going to be seventy three and partly cloudy seventy three and sunny tomorrow as of now, we're at forty one right now. So it's call them. It's going to be beautiful. It's gonna be beautiful. Man already getting the the reaction from family. That's fantastic. That it's fun. I am. I I told me whenever she gets mad. I mean, she's not mad over this at all. But I'm like, do you realize how boring your life would be if he didn't marry me? I know. But I know let's go back to the awesome story real quick. Then we'll get into everything that's meat potatoes. Which is the. The President Trump addressing the nation tonight. Seven o'clock right yard Kanus, t you can't miss it about border security about the wall you name it. But here's a headline from W T, S dot com. Florida man says syringes found in his rectum aren't his. Of course, not. You know, it's hard for me to do this. But sometimes I have friends that say can you hold onto these syringes in your butt? And I'm like, I just don't feel comfortable doing that. But they ask apparently this guy went with it. Because they're not his deputies in Clearwater, Florida say a man had three syringes in his rectum being searched at the Pinellas county jail. I mean, that's dedication, right there. You know, there's a drug problem. When I'm like, I need this so badly. I'm gonna stick this up there. When Wesley Scott forty pulled the syringes from his rectum, by the way, these poor deputies. I gotta deal with this stuff. We take these out. I would throw up. Deputies said Scott told them they weren't his and he didn't know how they got there. Which is that's a whole nother story if that were to be true. Had lunch at the buffet. I don't know. Yeah. I just didn't really realize the met a person thought they were nice. At a drink. And then I woke up and this was there. I had no idea, and I'm just thinking of walking in Pulp Fiction this uncomfortable hunk of medalists. This guy was just arrested in a warrant for previous drug charge. Deputies now facing an additional charge of introducing slash possessing. Contraband contraband in county detention facility. How did he walk? Doesn't it hurt? Like an Egyptian. I mean, not just one not two but three did he have the covers on them with? Stay together. Oh, it's gotta be danger. Adia pull it out. How's it sanitary to us? It's all I got to watch this real quick. You know, maybe this is why kids need to learn these things don't do drugs because if you do at some point you're going to stick random syringes up your rectum because you need them so badly. Eight thirty four. All right. We'll get to the latest when it comes to the Trumpster ups. I keep ripping papers. When it comes to the Trumpster. We'll get to that we sell accuser Cortes. How Trump can actually do this legally the report about terrorists being part of the migrant caravan now all coming up, and plus this report that men face more discrimination than women. I want mine now we'll get to all that coming up. Here's fox. Fox news. I'm Chris foster President Trump addresses the nation tonight is he considers declaring a national emergency to get his southern border wall built house speaker Nancy Pelosi says about that idea..
"forty pulling" Discussed on KCRW
"To SM SMC dot EDU slash photo to make an appointment live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. Still resolution in the now three week old partial government shutdown White House and congressional staff met for two hours today, but left without a deal. This is over funding for the border wall. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are working without pay or are furloughed and the coast guard is still carrying out see or rescues at sea without a paycheck members did get some relief of refund after one team emergency payment last month. But now, it's not. Clear when they'll be paid. Again, Heather Jacobson's fiance is petty officer in Washington state. We don't know for going to have a. Like our own Bill paid our food for the rest of the month. Like, we just don't know. Meanwhile, house speaker Nancy Pelosi says House Democrats next week we'll start passing individual appropriations bills to reopen. All government agencies starting with treasury and the IRS so people can get their tax refunds on schedule. And the Trump administration halted raises for senior government officials, including vice President Mike Pence that would have gone into effect today in Houston community leaders held a rally near the spot where an unknown gunmen killed seven year old jasmine Barnes a week ago and Martin with Houston public media has more. Hundreds of people the vast majority African American gathered at the parking lot of a WalMart near where jasmine was killed about a week ago. A driver described as a white man in his thirties or forties pulled up to the family car and started shooting. Jasmine died at the scene. Her mother was hit in the arm. Tanisha Jones says she came to the rally because she wanted to support.
"forty pulling" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Administration is muffling some of the science that proves him wrong. Essentially, I feel I've been shut out from my project and did anyone get punished for censoring. Your report. Absolutely not. Danny pessina. I feel at the moment is getting into trouble for this is me today on reveal how the Trump administration has tried to silence climate change sites. But first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Still no resolution in the now three week old partial government shutdown White House and congressional staff met for two hours today, but left without a deal. This is over funding for the border wall. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are working without pay or are furloughed and the coast guard is still carrying out. See a rescues at sea without a paycheck members did get some relief of refund after one team emergency payment last month. But now it's not clear when they'll be paid. Again, Heather Jacobson's fiance is a petty officer in Washington state. We don't know for you and a half. Like our phone Bill paid our food for the rest of the mind. Like, we just don't know. Meanwhile, house speaker Nancy Pelosi says House Democrats next week will start passing individual appropriations bills to reopen. All government agencies starting with treasury and the IRS so people can get their tax refunds on schedule. And the Trump administration halted raises for senior government officials, including vice President Mike Pence that would have gone into effect today in Houston community leaders held rally near the spot where an unknown gunmen killed seven year old jasmine Barnes a week ago and Martin with Houston public media has more. Hundreds of people the vast majority African American gathered at the parking lot of a WalMart near where jasmine was killed about a week ago. A driver described as a white man in his thirties or forties pulled up to the family car and started shooting. Jasmine died at the scene. Her mother was hit in the arm. Tanisha Jones says she came to the rally because she wanted to support the family, we all.