30 Burst results for "Four Thousand Pounds"

How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

BrainStuff

02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

"You're out there saving humanity from super villains does it matter. How many pounds of carbon you used to do it. Gotham city would have been obliterated one hundred times over if batman weren't constantly. Bailing it out of trouble but that batmobile sure is a gas guzzler not to mention the bat wing airplane and the electricity bill for the bat cave is probably astronomical so is all that. Do gooding really doing good. After all some researchers from stanford university presented a poster at the american geophysical union's twenty seventeen fall meeting entitled stop saving the planet carbon accounting of superheroes and their impacts on climate. Change the point of the project was to bring awareness to the fact that everybody on this planet has a carbon footprint which is a calculation of how much carbon each of us in our daily activities such as driving eating and heating and cooling our houses the average americans carbon footprint is around forty four thousand pounds that's about twenty thousand kilograms of carbon per year an average person in the united arab emirates uses a good bit more and average peruvian uses considerably less. But what about your average superhero. According to the study they're all over. The map takes superman. According to the comics the man of steel is entirely solar powered which nets him. Fut print of zero. bless him. jessica jones probably comes in slightly below. The average americans carbon used thanks to her small brooklyn apartment and reliance on public transportation and swamp thing. What with his power to make plants grow might actually have a negative carbon footprint. That's not the case for every good samaritan in a cape however the oracle erstwhile bat girl turned computer. Hacker might weigh in at a conservative estimate of one hundred and fifty one thousand pounds or sixty eight thousand kilograms but the figure might be as high as thirty two million pounds or a hundred and forty five million kilograms depending on how many servers she's running even ironman who makes a concerted effort to employ green energy. Sources would come in higher than the average american because of the sheer amount of tech that he uses and the flash who can run near the speed of light might require an insane number of calories to accomplish this feat possibly as much as eighty nine million pounds or forty five million kilograms worth of carbon but isn't a kind of a silly question for serious scientists to spend their time exploring poster co author miles traer a postdoctoral researcher at stanford tokyo's if i calculate my own carbon footprint that's depressing if i calculate batmans carbon footprint. That's hilarious so let's go with the hilarious. It's a way of tricking people into learning.

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Already beleaguered, deepening restrictions hit iconic British pubs where it hurts

Inside Europe

04:07 min | 3 months ago

Already beleaguered, deepening restrictions hit iconic British pubs where it hurts

"Yellows linked to inside Europe England is getting grips with a new three tier system of local lockdown measures to try to hold a growing second wave of the corona virus in the highest risk areas, pubs and bars that don't serve food have been forced to close, and of course, the country licensed premises have shorter opening hours, one group of pubs. Legal actions saying pubs are not a high risk for transmission of the virus. It's another blow to the traditional British pub which has been in decline for decades Lissi Taylor. Reports from the north of England. That sounds impassive British life for generations. clinking goes. Boring drinks. And the bell which calls last orders. But the number of traditional pubs has been fooling since the middle of the century. With Corona virus restrictions is even more pressure on landlords. You don't know what's going to happen from one day to next just. All the time there's another curve all that you have to try and get around Jack Baker is the Publican head chef at the castle in in Sheffield sanitizers are spending by our thousand pound a month from sanitizers. Having the staff to way the tables. Putting gazebos up and here's building aside market build a pub. The whole costs is probably about four thousand pounds so far. In minimum staff but having them on extra time. Because you have to do all these extra measures they go. Enjoy email hubs like jacks had closed for months earlier in the year and had limit. So my capacity in this summer. Now, is the weather gets colder the second wave of the virus in England has started. Areas like this one in the north have been hardest hits. We're entering a new and crucial phase in a fight against creative ours because the number of cases has got four times in four weeks and it's once again spreading among the elderly and vulnerable. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a new three t a lockdown system with new restrictions on pubs and bars. Across the country, they have to close earlier in high risk areas like this one groups for more than one household and not allowed inside. and. In the worst hit areas including the city of Liverpool. Traditional drinking spots contact asshole pubs and bars must close unless they can operate solely as a restaurant serving alcohol only as part of a main meal. It it a national conversation about what constitutes a meal with jokes about bis soup. But away from the MEMES, there are serious concerns about whether businesses can survive. The hospitality industry says it's been unfairly targeted for restrictions without evidence that people going out a responsible for outbreaks. What we're suggesting is there is some misconception in terms of the impacts that hospitals in particular is a nighttime industries. Association is considering legal actions. Cook Hill is its chief executive for us. We're concerned the we're being isolated as a set to this doing everything. It can expect a lot of money making sure cove in safe making sure that we toe the line we closed for long periods. We've got lots of businesses already closed for long periods, and now we're in a position where the government are putting restrictions on, but they can't give us a scientific evidence to be transparent full closing all businesses down when there are clearly other businesses that are able to open with less restriction less regulation. The industry argues drink is would be safer on premises with staff to police the rules. Viral videos like this one show crowds turned away from city buzz dancing in the streets instead. Pubs we're already closing at a rate of three a day before the pandemic. The UK government says it will support struggling businesses. Some landlords a calling time at the bar

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How I Built Resilience

How I Built This

07:15 min | 8 months ago

How I Built Resilience

"Hey welcome back to how. I built this resilience edition so we just heard from some industrial. Who actually started her. Culinary career at Chez Panisse in Berkeley and. Her Mentor was none other than Alice. Waters Alice daughter Fanny Singer. Join me to talk about how shape unease is doing during the crisis and how we can keep local farmers and business by buying straight from the source Finney. I know that you are sheltering place that your mom right now in Berkeley of all. How are you guys doing? How are you holding up? It's it's sort of strange very surreal. Moment I live in San Francisco and I do still have apartment there. But you know it's a one bedroom apartment and my partner and I are together. We both were working at home. And there's no outdoor space than being in Berkeley was not just to be with my mom who I obviously concerned about to. Just because I wanted to fee `sort sort of insane person about disinfecting nail and all the things in a little bit more German centric than my mother so these things were these work concerns of mine but also I mean to be Berkeley in a place that has really rich outdoor environmental NGO to walk through one hundred thirty seven pad this in the hills of the Berkeley into just feel to walk for ten. Miles is like the only thing I think kind of keeping me from total insanity. Alice tell us a little bit about. What's going on with Chez Panisse right now? Obviously you've been closed for five. Maybe six weeks. What's going on with the staff right now. We really paid the step their time off so that when it comes time to reopen that they would be there and available we had the good luck to get a kind of bridge loan from some wonderful friends of the restaurant that are helping us get to the point where money comes from the government to pay people. Some are on unemployment and some are being paid a portion of their salaries. But it's really important to me that people are paid at this time. If I have to ask my friends I have my friends Alice. One of the things I read about which is super cool. is that Obviously you work with a lot of small farmers all over California and a lot of these farmers presumably. I mean they supply restaurants so first of all from your conversations with with farmers that you work with you supply your restaurant and other restaurants. I mean what is their situation like I mean? How long can they go like this without having restaurants to supply? It's very serious. What's going on with our whole organic farm community because they really have a only the farmers markets to bring food to and the number of people that are going to farmers markets is not what it usually is so. We're trying to figure out how to buy that food from the farmers and we have a project in Stockton California The mayor of Stockton is very enthusiastic about getting or Ganic Food in the public school system and serve at this moment in time. He asked if we could help buy food from the farmers said that he can give an stockton and I thought that that would be a perfect way for us to begin building that network that we're going to need for the public schools and were putting little recipes into the box so that people know how to make very simple dishes and may given at least four thousand pounds of food away in Stockton Alice. I I mean you've talked about this for years that when you were a little girl. Your parents had a victory garden at home in New Jersey and that you really are encouraging people to plant their own. Things actually inspired me so much. I've got some ceilings. Here can you see some big lettuce there? You go and I'M GONNA hopefully. That'll be lettuce in a couple of months. I mean I don't have a big backyard. I have a small space and got a planter but for people who don't have a backyard who might live in an apartment I mean what are some ways that people can think about growing their own food that keeps looking at Brown Finley and he started by chanting food out in front of his house? In that little parkway between the sidewalk and the street and it caused a lot of controversy and he actually cited for violating. Some ordinance got any went to court. He wanted his case and he actually has planted that whole strip of land. So sort of thinking about him. I did the same thing I cup. That little plop right in front of my Bad I think you can plant like you have done and planter boxes on a balcony. I hope that the community gardens began to surge research and unite. My mom planted the little section. That's just in front of our house because even though we do have a garden in the back she wanted people to think about this victory garden moment and the potential for even the most throwaway pieces of land. It's now planted with a few different edible things and she's already gotten notes through our mailbox thanking her for taking this kind of actions embolic being encouraging people. And you've just seen this proliferation of gardens now in people's sort of little forgotten front yards and people sowing seeds all around the neighborhood now and way. It's really incredible. I've just never seen anything like it before you know. One of the things that you've talked about is the idea of buying local produce supporting local farmers wherever you are in the country around the world and you know one of the questions that that we're getting from folks on facebook Tuesday from Bell Zelezny also which what are ways that we can help. Small farmers are other ways of their places where we can go buy things from them especially farmers who are used to providing restaurants. I if you are at a loss for who you're farmers are do. The work researching call the pharmacy. Are you having trouble? Are you imperilled? Is there a way that I can help? You facilitate a network of deliveries. Can I help you deliver? But also it might be a question of just helping them figure out logistics or even knowing who they are. Where their farms are I mean? I have friends in. La The lines were so long that they weren't able to get any food so they just started figuring out who the farms were that they could drive out to so they could still got great produce. And I mean it's been a little bit more problem solving and resourceful and also knowing that the farmers are maybe really good at growing vegetables. That don't necessarily know how to work. A whole distribution network. And if that's something that you have extra time for facility with like make the effort because they do need us

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Nick Saviano from world the renowned Saviano Tennis Academy

The Functional Tennis Podcast

07:58 min | 9 months ago

Nick Saviano from world the renowned Saviano Tennis Academy

"Hi Nick Welcome to the Functional Tennis podcast pleasure to be here. I've been meaning to get you on the show while we have your honor top academies around the world page which is probably one of our most viewed pages on the website. So it's great to of see. We've the Blurb Rebecca Academy and all the details would. It's great to speak to the main mind as well so delighted to chat which tell me how is life at the moment with all this cove? It situation has DECAPA me gone well. Unfortunately we have had to shut the academy down at least temporarily as all the Kaddoumi's in Florida have done and I guess around the World. But we've been able to stay in touch with our players and we are poised and ready to go as soon as they open. Things are coming in the next week or two. So we're pretty excited to get back out on the courts and fully functioning. Well that's great news. You haven't locked all your players in Lake. Rafeh did no. I didn't know he locked them all in but no we have not done that in a lot of our players actually are here with emily members or they're at private housing so we're good to go. He had me. Did Inscribe live with I think was Andy Murray Sane? Whenever they got closed down whoever was stuck there had to stay there. Nobody's lead in or out so he's running a tight ship over there. Well you have to. Whenever you're dealing with. Young people is enormous responsibility. So you always have to err on the side of caution. Yes no true. It's different when you're entrusted by parents to do the best for the kids so I think you're right. It's really important. So tell me a bit of empty Kademi. How long has the KADEMI being an operation? Well I started the academy shortly after leaving the US. Ta at the US was a national coach for boys tennis. I was eventually director coaching for men's tennis for the United States. I played on the tour for nine years and then I was also the head of high performance coaching education which was really actually exciting and then after that when I left I opened the academy in two thousand and three in. I started working with a few players I decided I really wanted to go out on my own and established my own methodology and a lawsuit for coaching and working with young people. So way back then. Two thousand three. That's when we started and it went extremely well and some of the believe it or not some of the first people I was working with were jan-michael Gambill. And also Vince Spadea. And also very young. Eleven year old. Sloan Stevens came a few years later and Jeannie Bouchard and Monica Point Again. A lot of other really good players started evolving or coming. And so it's been really exciting. It's been an amazing experience. Actually over the years up really really enjoyed it. Let's just cut back a bit before the academy and before. Usda tour life. You're a top fifty player. What was it like in the late seventies being a top fifty player? It was an amazing experience. I was one of the top. Juniors in the United States at the end of the year is ranked tree in the country. Then was the top recruit going into college so I wanNA going to Stanford. University was an all American there my freshman and sophomore year. Then I turned pro but back then I was one hundred thirty two in the world when Charon pro took me only four months and I was in the top hundred so the depth and the game wasn't quite the same as it is now so in one respect it was. Let's say less of a long grind to get into the top one hundred but on the other hand the rewards weren't as great nowadays. The players go to phenomenal hotels. They get paid and qualifying. The money is great. I remember I got around sixteen. At Wimbledon twice and the specific number I remember was four thousand pounds now. Four THOUSAND POUNDS. That probably is about seven or eight thousand dollars. Not even that much and today. I'm not sure what the guys in the gals paid for a fourth-round let's say Wimbledon. But I would suspect it's probably in the two hundred thousand range so money has changed a lot but it's more than just the money the quality of the way everything runs on the tour the ability to communicate with people. You know you have the phones. You have computers when I was playing. We didn't have cell phones. Believe it or not so completely different world when you went away for six weeks you really were far away. It was tough to get phone calls back with your families and so is a different way of life back then than it is now and I enjoyed it. I love playing the Grand Slams but I retired at twenty eight years old. I spent about eight and a half years on the tour and when I retired I was still in the top hundred for singles and doubles. I was recently married and we had our first child and when my first child was born. Nicole our daughter that was it. I said I'm done and I'm going to get a head start on the rest of my career which turned out to be coaching. Those a good decision and tell me what was your most memorable match. Great question one of the most memorable matches I ever had was in England. At Wimbledon I was playing a match against Pat Dupre. Who was a semi-finalist the year before and I believe at the time was ranch around twelve in the world and the day before I played buster macho from England and he was number one British player and I remember having served to save the match five or six times so I one nine seven in the fifth set and so I had to come out the next day and play again against Patty pray and this match was in cold fog long match and I remember my body aching and wound up winning at one. Twelve ten in the fifth set and I remember just kind of overcoming the exhaustion and at ten all eleven ten. I was ahead and I finally got a break point and I remembered to this day thinking okay. Should I go for this and ripped return because you know I just can't seem to break and this is one opportunity so I cheated thinking he was going to hit back in he did and I happened to hit it? Just right and boom. It was a winner and thank goodness over. I had a couple long matches. In Wimbledon at one with Brian Godfrey four in the world and that took either three or four days to complete believe it or not and I was down two sets to love and five two and it was almost nine o'clock at night the US keepers. Were all there waiting to the targets of the courts. So they're waiting for me to lose so I was down two point quickly. Want Upholding Sur. Five three and I played one of the best games of my life. Five four I bright serve. I hold sir. I break him and win the set then because we were there late. They didn't put me on I the next day and so they had a women's match on it rained a lot that day so that was a Friday. We only got like five games in so then pushed us over till Saturday but of course we were onto cords till very late again and so they didn't put us on ride again so we wound up playing one set and then it got dark again and then of course Sunday play so then we have to wait and then on Monday morning we played. We've finished the match and it had a happy ending. I one six one fits so those were my two good memories of Wimbledon long matches that stood out.

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U.S. arrests more than 250 tied to Mexican drug cartel

Total Information PM

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

U.S. arrests more than 250 tied to Mexican drug cartel

"The government arrested more than two hundred fifty people as part of a six month crackdown called project python it targeted the notorious Mexican drug cartel known as cartel de Jalisco Nueva generously on CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes reports the DEA calls the cartel one of the most prolific drug trafficking organizations in the world saying it has been flooding the US with methamphetamine the justice department says during a six month run projects python has led to the seizure of more than forty four thousand pounds of drugs and the arrest of more than seven hundred fifty people the state department is offering a ten million dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of cartel head the messy altogether Servan tests known as L. Mitchell Alison Keyes CBS

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SpaceX cargo ship bound for space station

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

SpaceX cargo ship bound for space station

"A space X. cargo ship on the way to the space station three two one zero and liftoff of the falcon nine rocket and cargo dragon on the final flight of the dragon one spacecraft SpaceX launches another uncrewed dragon spacecraft carrying fresh supplies for now also to the international space station the falcon nine rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Florida late Friday night with more than four thousand pounds of supplies and science experiments minutes later the rocket's first stage returned perfectly to the Cape for the company's fiftieth touchdown the dragon capsule set to dock it ISS Monday and will return

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Helicopters drop food for wallabies in Australia

Joel Riley

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Helicopters drop food for wallabies in Australia

"Australian government today using helicopters and airplanes to help feed starving animals displaced by the country's bushfire crisis New South Wales government used aircraft drop more than four thousand pounds of food they say mostly what they're dropping carrots and sweet potatoes I guess the wallabies in the varmints and critters that are out there they love here it's in sweet potatoes plus plenty in nutrients there so well mmhm that'll help the animals to will get through the drive through one of the most widespread relief efforts of their kind for animals design help maintain colonies and allow them to

World's largest Menorah in NYC will shine brighter than ever this Hanukkah

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

World's largest Menorah in NYC will shine brighter than ever this Hanukkah

"Well begins at sundown which means we are under way with Hanukkah the Jewish festival of lights the first of eight nights and days choose here and around the world commemorating religious freedom and a victory by a small band of Jews known as the Maccabees more than two thousand years ago in this city less than a half hour from now at five thirty is the leading of the world's largest menorah outside the plaza hotel fifth and fifty ninth street this mineral from cub odd little **** was certified as the largest anywhere thirty six feet high weighing four thousand pounds

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At least 8 dead amid outbreak of severe weather in central U.S.

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

03:04 min | 1 year ago

At least 8 dead amid outbreak of severe weather in central U.S.

"Garrett. At least eight people have died in this week's outbreak of dangerous weather in the central United States. Police in Oklahoma today recovered the body of a seventy seven year old man who drowned in his car on a flooded road. A tornado killed three people last night in Missouri. Another powerful tornado ripped through that state capital. Jefferson City David Begg. No shows us the devastating power of these storms disaster. Hit the state of Missouri under the cover of darkness. Gene, Harrison is wife Opal, both in their eighties were found dead outside, what is left of their home near golden City, Missouri. Three hours later in three hours, north of here, but tornado touchdown Missouri's capital of Jefferson City, one hundred sixty mile per hour winds toss vehicles like toys ripped roofs, off homes and buildings and scattered debris for hundreds of yards. My grandfather started Chevrolet business, nineteen thirty six and we've ever has storm like this before while the destruction at Riley Chevrolet left, its owner, Kevin Reilly stunned almost cried. If you had to guess what percentage of your lot? His ruin. It's going to be ninety percent of it. There were only a few minor injuries in Jefferson City. No one was killed here. So it looks like it just came right through this area. The mayor Kerry Turjan told us tornado sirens, likely saved lives. We have the outdoor warning sirens, and I heard them. In fact, I just lay down to go to bed last night, about eleven fifteen and heard it today's that weren't major injuries. Given those kinds of wins, it is amazing. Because when you see some of these homes without re saying that people were able to walk away from that is incredible. Wild week of weather for the southern plains with more than one hundred seventy five tornadoes eight people have died and there has been destructive flooding. In Muskogee county Oklahoma, the Arkansas river continues to swell tonight. Already, it's pushed to barges carrying four thousand pounds of fertilizer, causing them to crash into the Webbers falls dam. The town has been evacuated and officials told residents if the dam fails, it could be catastrophic. We are live tonight in Jefferson City, Missouri where they're dealing with another major threat. The Missouri river is at flood stage, major flood stage and may overtop the levees here, within the next twenty four hours. So the mayor who we interviewed for our story told us, she has evacuated the northern part of her city and closed the airport major. They thought that was their big concern. And then the tornado hit last night. David Beckham with the details and the preparations, thanks so much. We must tell you the severe threat continues. The severe weather threat continues tonight in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and tomorrow from Texas to Wisconsin over the holiday weekend. Storms are expected to keep churning from the southern plains to the Great Lakes. The southeast is set to broil as temperatures soared to near record highs. It will be cooler in the west with more snow in the Rockies and

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Was sent hygienics outlet. Hi dooby. Do what I do. And let them including. California, by the way, interim therapeutic restoration so they can actually scoop out to K and put in some sort of Florida temporary. And you know, kids that may be permanent as far as that restoration goes. But that helps a lot out in the community to in dealing with carries. But any rate that's that was what he studied. And then he's put together us put together numerous program statewide, and and he's a national lecture international lecture for that matter on on this type of delivery system. Another intelligence, Dr Dorota Chica, kiosque M P H. I'm sure I burchard that name on shirts hundred percent chances polish doctor Dorota company are you from other company? Check guy kiosque university of Rochester. Who says that the missing piece and telemedicine is dentistry or you from her again, the Dave not the person. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's all over the place. And I think that I think dentistry when whenever there's a disruption, you really need to look out and see what's going on. I also think a lot of this on telemedicine. I think some of the four thousand pound girl is in the room or the the four thousand elephants. No, one talks about is four and a half percent of Americans will finish out their life at a nursing home and the data's coming into nursing on that they're getting about one root surface cavity per month. So once grandma's been in there for a year, she has twelve root surface cavities, which just grow crazy. And there's a big market for that. I've gone to several nursing homes and AirAsia and just follow them around for a shift. You gotta get the right nurse at you know. Is open to. But I mean, I it's just appalling. When what I saw my own is is this these nurses, they seem to be small people to begin with. And they have an entire wing, and they've got a bathe and feed and eating medicine this entire wing. And when it comes down to the tooth brushing thing, all I saw with my own eyes was a toothbrush a little P of two days back and forth on the front sixteenths. But in XY Cup, and that was there that was our oral Herrell Orel care regimen and to have someone going in there telegenic Dennis three and doing a thorough cleaning, however off that is putting some SEO silver diming Floride on those root surface. Cavities would be amazing and the other four thousand pound Elvin that no one's about is the sedation that when these kids he's hundred and forty million people, you talk about that aren't really in the dental system when that two year old needs a potties and chrome so crowns and. And board certified pediatric dentists board certified anesthesiologist put that take that to the orange put him under that oftentimes doesn't turn out. Right. I mean, it's you know when you do sedation. You only do people between sixteen and sixty that are healthy, you sure as heck don't want to be doing two year olds. I mean, even the three public dental office companies around the world to Australia, one three hundred smiles Pacific, general smiles, and there's one in Singapore, q AM their lawyers when they did their DSO and went public Asia. Their lawyers said, you're you're not even allowed to do this. I mean, they just exit out their business. There's no sedation by anyone under sixteen over sixty. So what you're talking about really fulfills a huge black eye and dentistry, and that's under served for nursing homes. And also those nursing Dave, grandma and grandpa, if they're not in there for dementia, Alzheimer's, whatever they got rheumatoid arthritis there. They're they're in a home for reasoning and brushing influencing all your teeth. What percent of people nursing, do you think don't even have the ability to properly brush in foster teeth every morning and night. Well, it's anecdote, but it's you know, I-.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Police say. On Friday, you guys get chime in whatever you want to talk about is going to be fair. There's a lot going on today. We've got a couple of great guests one is Steve he's the author. Responding to the ridiculous claim by AO. See, you know me. AFC AO crazy about the world ending in twelve years to get his response on that which had been alive. We've also got Chad dean on he's got a book out. He was on that show. Paul you ever watch that show my six hundred pound life. No I've seen commercials for I've never seen it. I've seen commercials as well. Because I watched that I think sixty days inn is on TLC. So there are promos on their four by six hundred pound life. It appears to be really really really really really really fat like morbidly obese gonna die from being sold over weight people and their trek through life. This guy was seven hundred one pounds. I mean. That's like about cycle. That's that's heavy. Somebody's gonna ride motorcycles less than center battle. No. It just seems a car. The car would be you know, two three four hundred pound or four thousand pounds. But it's it's a serious amount of weight three times almost. So that's that's amazing. And he's lost over four hundred pounds. So we've got him on today. We're going to talk to him about that weight loss about how he's healthier now. And he's written a memoir about it. We'll talk about that as well. We also have to get into. Roger stone was arrested. And he's already on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond or something. But the media is in a breathless frenzy got him got Trump got him. So we'll talk about that. They don't have Trump, by the way, none of the charges had anything to do with Donald Trump. None of them. But the media's acting as if Trump himself was taken away in handcuffs, which is actually what they're fantasy is. It's a fantasy. That's not going to happen. So all that men some in. There is a lot going on today. And as I said, we will always take your calls on a free speech Friday. It's just what we do. But keep in mind, if I don't know what to think about it. I'll just hang up on you move on anyway, Ilana warm, making more news Yulon, Omar as the district five democrat from the great state of Minnesota. And it's ridiculous that somebody who hates Jews like she does was elected to office be great state like Minnesota. There's something wrong with the state that allows a certain district to be so overrun by people of a certain political persuasion that they would elect somebody who hates Israel, and who would lie about Lindsey Graham, or I guess lie official court documents about whether she was involved with her brother or not. It's ridiculous. It's literally ridiculous. But now she's claiming that President Trump some house backing a coup in Venezuela. I guess she liked Venezuela. The way it was under a Madero and before him. Chavis java's. So we got that. We'll talk about to Monday, by the way, it'd be deputies desouza Sousa's wife. We've had our the program before she, of course, originally from Venezuela. And she tells the story of the way her country used to be and what it is today. And there is no good news there. What do you see what an evil socialist dictator can do? I have somebody right on my Facebook page yesterday. Well, you're such a liar. You're disingenuous about the Swedish show socialism, and the the Netherlands or some other countries, Switzerland or some crap. And I actually I wrote the person bat all you'll probably delete me now because you're so embarrassed tell you should be ashamed. Sarr responded with the video the John startled did Johnston with a great journalist. There are but a few left, but a great journalist and. Stachel. Does this entire piece? Where he talks about. How Sweden has rejected socialism? This person trying to claim they democratic socialism means something democratic socialism is a misnomer. It's a false nomenclature. To make you think that there is something democratic about socialism. Socialism is a wholesale takeover of private industry socialist wholesale takeover of your rights, your freedoms and your liberties socialism is for those who promote it free everything. But at the end of the day if you're smart. You know that there's nothing free. No free lunch. No, free dinner, no free. Anything? Somebody's going to pay the Bill people like AFC can say just pay for it. That's pay for it. And I guess that somehow it's going to bring it home for does the money just grows on trees or falls out of our reruns and the truth is it doesn't just pay for it, and you can't tax corporations and people making a lot of money to the tune of seventy or eighty or somewhat ninety percent because then people will stop trying so hard the corporations will stop hiring people. But, but then they'll actually get the end result they want which is a population of people completely and solely reliant on this on the central government. So now socialism has never worked at it never will work, and you should be embarrassed to write on my Facebook page and having been so educated so schooled by that video from Johnstown is. Wow. You only took one example. I gave you a free. Why just I took one of your three examples a major look foolish and was even me. It was John styles. Make you look foolish. So. Yeah. Socialism doesn't work. We'll talk about that with David Sousa on Monday who again is from Venezuela will find out the inner workings of how that even happened there. And the idea that Ilan Omar would be against our president supporting. At anti-dictatorship, a an anti socialist regime to maybe bring that that country back to some semblance of normalcy. The fact that she would have a problem with that is weird. This is very strange. So there you go we've got that free. Which is always nice. I want to start though with with something a little bit off the beaten path. Oh, I don't know how how publicized this was. But it was something that sort of snuck between the the cracks today when I looked on Twitter. I didn't see a trending. So knew that they were giving some cover to the team. It turns out the players from the Golden State Warriors who are in Washington. I guess to play the wizards they met with former President Barack Obama went to his house. I guess took pick some picture leak though is supposed to leak it was supposed to be a secret meeting or something where instead of going and seeing the president of the United States, Donald Trump. Who invited in the first year they wanna make they declined the invitation the next year. Before he even invited. They said we're not going there. So he invited them there in Washington. And they go kiss the ring Brock Obama. Have you heard that? No, I hadn't actually the report was just out today. But it's not being reported very widely. Because again, I think that the left media is trying to give them some covers of the Bill when people like me say what what's wrong with you. Why would you go see the the actual president? And why are you still kissing up to a guy who who did nothing? Good for the people. It's very odd to me. You're a sports fan. You're not as political as I am, obviously. But you're a sports fan. You agree with me that the winner of the World Series or the Super Bowl or the NBA championship one invited to go. See the president should go. If you're invited on see why you wouldn't want to go. Dancing stupid. Yeah. It's not just the president. It's it's going to the White House. The people's house. It's the it's the White House. It's the taxpayers house. It is the the central optic or optics of the capital of our country. Why you attorney that down and go to Brock Obama's millions and millions of dollars a state behind a wall, by the way. And kiss his ring. It's it's to me again. I don't care what your politics already. And I knew that Steph curry the star of the warriors, although people can can actually say Kevin Durant and some others Klay. Thompson are just as big, but Steph curry I think is the face of the franchise what he said in two thousand sixteen I'm voting or polling for endorsing Hillary Clinton. I knew that he wasn't very smart politically, and that's fine. You don't have to be smart politically due to three point shot from thirty feet out and make it almost every time, but to go and genuflect to a guy, and I'll ask a simple question to anybody who's listening. You're watching. Why would they want to go see him and shunned the current president? The current president has never done anything against any individual community. And in fact, has done more for every American no matter what your race your ethnicity, your background your religion. He's done more for every American Ben than Obama could've done in his wildest dreams. Obama per. Purposely separated us on the lines of race and divided us on the lines of race some sort of strange revenge way of doing business why on earth. Would've basketball team where it's seventy plus percent black and the individual numbers on on the warriors. But I think the league is seventy or seventy seven percent black, which is fine. Bill complaints about that. If if you got the best players, you're the best player on care, what color they are. But why would they go and kiss his ring what he exponentially hurt black people? He actually had policies in place that were harmful and horrible for black people and underprivileged people and poor people and low income people and high crime area people, whereas Trump has put in place more money in your paycheck. Even if you are black. More per hour. Yep. Even if you're black more jobs available. Yep. Even if you're black lower unemployment for black folks and just about everybody else across the board. Why are you kissing Obama's? What exactly had he done other than make black people feel like he was taking up for them? When in reality. He was just separating us by by race. But he said the police acted stupidly. It's because the cop was white and his buddies skip what's his name is a black guy when he said if I had Sonny might look like Trayvon it's because he was going against the white Hispanic Zimmerman and for the black guy involved Trayvon Martin what he sent representatives of the White House. It is administration to the funeral of Michael Brown a guy that caused his own death because he attacked a police officer. He was high and just stole some stuff what he sent representatives from your White House to go to that funeral of the bad guy that causes own death. You knew which side he was going to be on. And he did that purposely for eight years and the Golden State Warriors. I don't think they're dumb people because they play a game. Very well. And you've got to be very intelligent to understand the inner workings of the NBA game for them to go kiss. His ring a guy that hurt so many people in a community like the communities. Many of the players came. From and ignore the guy that actually is is raising everybody up and offering equal opportunity to everybody. It makes me nuts. It makes me think. Wow. There is a disconnect here that I don't think I'm ever going to permeate..

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White officer who shot neighbor inside his apartment indicted for murder

"Have shown up, but it probably wouldn't have been in a number. It's right now in this climate, Michelle Obama will also be speaking at the Barclay center in Brooklyn, tomorrow night, Saturday, and Manhattan and Brooklyn are both vying to light the world's largest minora in celebration of Hanukkah this year, the thirty two foot high four thousand pound gold colored minora is going outside of the plaza hotel in Manhattan today, and it will be lit on Sunday marking the first night of Hannukah across the river the river Brooklyn's largest minora roughly the same size will also have its first lighting of the season Sunday night at grant. Army plaza a concert kickoff for the festivities and Brooklyn organizers, we'll have music Lakas and the rest every night of Hannukah currently forty one degrees cloudy at five. Oh, six. Support for NPR comes from Baird for one hundred years. Baird has partnered with individuals businesses institutions and communities working together toward their financial goals. More information is available at Baird one hundred dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And Mary Louise Kelley President Trump's sit down with Vladimir Putin looked set to go ahead on the sidelines of the g twenty summit this week. Then Trump threatened to call it off yesterday. He said it was probably on. And then from Air Force One on route to Argentina Trump tweeted. He was pulling out the bottom line is they may have an impromptu chat in Buenos Aires who knows there's nothing on the formal schedule. What we do know is that hanging over any meeting between the leaders of the United States and Russia is Robert Mueller, the special counsel who has been investigating ties between Russia and Trump and who this week showed his hand in a number of interesting ways, prompting journalist Garrett Graff to ask is Robert Muller's in game. Incite graph explores that question in wired magazine this week, and he joins me now hither Garrett by now as is prone to happen in two thousand eighteen there have been twists and turns even since you file. This story, and we're gonna get to some of those but to travel far far back in time all the way to Monday this week forgotten the dark ages. This was the day that Muller's team alleged that Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chair had lied to the FBI. And you argue in your piece in wired that this day Monday may end up breaking among the most consequential days yet of the Muller probe. Why it's an incredibly hard, obviously to read the tea leaves of this investigation surprised us at every turn and often surprises us multiple times within a single day. But it seemed like Monday was the beginning of the end that the decision to declare Paul Manafort as non-cooperative and move forward with his sentencing appears to be perhaps a way that Muller is trying to move forward with publishing something that could. Look like the Muller report that he plans to file sometime presumably next week. A document outlining with the court all of Paul manafort's lies in crimes. So if that is one way that Mueller may be showing his hand or about to show his hand. Let me fast forward you now to yesterday, which is when longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleads guilty again this time of lying to congress about a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow. How does it that shift the picture? It's one of the most significant moves that we've seen so far from Muller because what it does is connects Donald Trump and the Trump organization directly to Russia in directly to Russian President Vladimir Putin during the course of the two thousand sixteen campaign and how so how are they now coming together? We'll what you have is Michael Cohen trying to contact in game the assistance of Ladimir Putin himself. To secure the funding and the approval for Trump Tower Moscow as late as the spring of two thousand sixteen well into the period where Donald Trump has secured the GOP nomination for president of the United States. One of the aspects of Muller strategy appears to have been he's kind of rating, whatever final report he's going to produce at the end of this as he goes, I mean, he's been producing these very detailed court filings. Exactly. And people seem to be waiting for there to be some hard back book that gets published at the end of this. That is labeled the Muller report like nine eleven commission style. Exactly. And I think most people are missing that. He is writing a lot of that report in public with every court filing where the details that he puts into these are far more than is strictly necessary for the criminal prosecution that he's attempting to pursue. So when you look at the. Totality of what? Bob Muller has published in these indictments in these plea agreements, there's a lot there. Well, it's about three hundred pages of what a Bob Muller report would look like at the end. So to your key question is Bob Muller's in game. And I think it is it's incredibly hard as I said to understand where this investigation is going day to day. But Bob Muller has to know that his investigation was under threat, potentially after the election, and after attorney general Jeff Sessions being fired. Absolutely. And that he I think appears to be ready for some rapid movement in the weeks ahead now that doesn't necessarily mean this is going to come to a quick conclusion. The prosecution's for Watergate stretched out over the course of almost a decade. But this is I think a case where George popadopoulos went to prison for his. Fourteen days sentence last Monday, another former trumpet, we should mention. Yes. And that I think by the time George popadopoulos comes out of prison. We're gonna know a lot more about this case, journalist and Muller biographer Garrett Graff Garrett. Thank you. My pleasure. So as we just heard one of the most significant developments in the Muller probe this week was President Trump's former lawyer and fix Michael Cohen pleading guilty to lying to congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign and that effort came after decades of President Trump trying to build in Russia to be NYC's. Ilya marritz, co host the Trump Inc podcast. He joins me now to give us a more of the long view. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. I should say Trump Inc. Right. I have to get to Trump Inc. So we know some about Michael Cohen's work during the presidential campaign. How does this week's news ads what we already knew about Trump's efforts to build in Russia? Well, we now know because Trump's former lawyer said it in court that Trump was actively pursuing a tower in Moscow while he was campaigning for the Republican nomination for president. This is something Donald Trump has long denied what history tells us is that Trump has long wanted to put his name on a building in Moscow. So in one thousand nine hundred seven he visits the US. Czar the Soviet Union, and he talks about how they need luxury hotels in Moscow and Leningrad. He makes another trip in one thousand nine hundred ninety s doesn't get anywhere. And then in the two thousand Trump's starts to lend his name to developers around the world. And there's a there deals around Russia. There's one in Azerbaijan there's one in the Republic of Georgia which Michael Cohen helps to arrange in twenty thirteen Trump's comes to Moscow again for the Miss Universe pageant. He owns the pageant, and he says again that he's in talks with developers. And then finally we see a renewed effort in two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen to build in Moscow.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"No, that's my my investment. Impli plays is currently down. Sixty sixty four sixty four thousand pounds is what sixty four thousand pounds less than when I started the position. So I'm gonna show you it on the screen, but I'm gonna pull up my, I'll give it as a percentage of you like. Let's see. Let's see. See, see, pity plays. So he's down sixty six percent. So, yeah. I she done seventy one k seventy thousand pounds today. That's my profit lost position. So the seventy seven Cade minus negative and his down sixty six percent from the initial value. So the has. So one doesn't wanna call in my new, go to go, but we can try. I appreciate one. I don't want to want to make sure the content tippy top, so I don't wanna risk it so November, but thanks. Do I like Bunga mash will other sausages, so no mash also. No, that's that's a that's terrible food. It's a completely send your blood sugar haywire because it's a full fee white food. So no, I don't eat much potato either. Sweet potatoes. Like you win some elusive. Consi. Sorry. What do you mean? Ghazi what. Wednesday's the project has changed a lot. It has absolutely has changed a lot. So let me let me loop back trying to keep focused by saying about trading views of. Two portfolios going, you know? So he pulled us on this one. This is where I have bitcoin against the US dollar and then everything else is measured against bitcoin. That's my intention anyway. So everything gets. Oh, those dash that should move actually Madame move it, move it all. Just need to get rid of it. Then. So all these should be measured against bitcoin does nice and the MU the one. The other one is cryptos USD. So dash USD. The. Dash us day. That's the one dash. Okay. Six hundred twenty dollars that was ages ago. And then we can this ad to watch lists than goes Dila one because some people like to measure in bitcoin. I prefer to measure in bitcoin often. You see these new stories down the right here. They offer measure in your stolas book anyway. So I've been having a great big list of like two copies.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Five degrees now your traffic and weather, together coming up one, person is dead four others injured after. A tragic crash. On I forty in Wake County the. Victim was a ten year old Sampson county girl her father was. Driving when police say their SUV suffered a blow out near garner that caused the vehicle to roll the suspect to authorities say shot, a Caldwell, county sheriff's, deputy during a Sunday. Night traffic stop is dead he was killed during a shootout with a swat team northeast of Lenore Tuesday sheriff Alan Jones spoke with the USO see, TV once they went in a couple of rooms subject pistol and he part of a second suspect a woman is in custody for black North Carolina inmates on death row are filing for permanent stays of execution on racial grounds this week advocates, for the, four filed paid For work with the state supreme court using the racial Justice Act. Of two thousand nine as part of their, argument they argue race. Back in the late nineties, and two thousands played a significant factor in how. Death, sentences were, handed, out police in. Kerry arrested a man this week caught sitting. Naked in his car also being appropriate outside the crescent common shopping center shoppers telling eleven they. Were shocked my granddaughters live here and you know my. Daughter-in-law comes here and you gotta be careful twenty two year old Timothy Hodge was released on a five hundred dollar bond Charlotte-based Smithfield packaged, meats corporation is recalling twenty four thousand pounds of cows zones the USDA says hard. Sharp clear plastic was found in Stephanos cows zone eight, outs deli trays when all. Fourteen triangle area Kroger stores closed their doors next month more than a thousand people will be without, work to help.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Lay but the bike in front of clooney i swear all screwed i'm able to car and truck i mean clooney might just drive her and i think it screwed up the driver and clooney because the guys like bike past but here's the thing alonzo will tell you this ice to ride fulltime it's on you because the region it's on us because that guy's got four thousand pounds of steel and you've got two hundred pounds nothing told people old time you gotta ride like they're out to kill you like you got to watch him all the time and expect the dumbest thing to happen to happy even if you george clooney like they like they didn't know that he's back i i had my buddy kevin hench funny i i noticed the thing you tell me is an avid bike bike rider motorcycle rider i had some i notice yesterday of my little measurement sticks of measuring sticks of society and how we're going into the cesspool in the past i was look at my mayors see the bike splitting the lanes i move on ten i give them some room in the past i got the two peacein hand down you know weird universal bike sign which is left hand i guess right hand throw left hand sorta down like thanks prada as they went by never get it anymore it's rare never never used to get it all time so what change not the bike's not me who's riding like what's going on i still give still give the thank you still just like you said just like that i don't know i don't know there was a whole campaign to stop waving like those thing with bikers we'd always wave at another bike then it became kind of brand sensitive waving like if you own a harley you'd only wave at other wouldn't waive at a honda gotten that ben this guy just ran an ad stop waving keep your hands on the bars white but it's you know so yeah it's society we become bigger jerks but i'll tell you the big show ranking off in their own groups versus the harley splitting lanes now is people texting especially in stop and go like you go by and they're drifting in the landon 'cause they're they're texting and and i've never been one because i know guys who do it who will slap your mirror or something that i've never been that guy but just tempted i'm tempted to bang the car just to scare the hell out of them because they'll think they hit something you know nuts it's my friend kevin hance sought to guys coming up on him on a motorcycle and moved over to the right on the four oh five to give them the room but the motorcycle split and one guy went to the right and one guy went to left the guy went to the right was like what the by talking to your friend who wants to left that's the idiot move on a bike some you know it's it's not always a car's fault it's definitely some idiot bike boots and i've had the cars that move over to try to block you yeah such a weird it's such a weird impulse way to do that they resent you beating traffic they're like pissed at you beaten traffic they're like yeah let me drift over and or or the harm here's something i don't understand have you seen this that the trucks have the spikes on the lug nuts i saw the hell some kind of mad max thing by on a bike like really like who are you trying to take out they have spikes on truck i made a note to ask about that yesterday as driving truck and have often bigger than that to get lug nuts off occasionally but those are what is the purpose of shred yeah it's it's insane that you'll get pulled over for no front license plate on your car because somehow that's a hazard look at the practical application of now just being douche and it should be legal now the good news is probably just plastic caps bad news is still shut shred up your shin if it ever came in content the worst the most dangerous and the most degree just max pata are those dual haller gravel trucks take your time that has the.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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03:37 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Doesn't it he's back in black hat over seven hundred black t shirts at one time donated to me when i was playing we're under my shoulder pads everyday never duplicated a black t shirt for oh i don't know you ever take two and a half years bringing it back to talking drones robots all kinds of stuff that i found in technology that i'm i'm finding for myself to be quite difficult because it's not just you just start flying a drone by the way how the more on that but does speaking in terms of robots we have dan who's been hanging on in st louis park for awhile dan what's going on i'm doing well thanks and you mentioned the cheetah drawn you know maybe cheetah eyebrow would be good i cheated my eyebrows that's for sure i didn't let them didn't let them exists for awhile exactly say i don't know i'm silly but driving along with the radio i thought it'd be fun for the kids for kids to stir them in a direction of robotics be robot football you know it'd be some parameters but i'm surprised that hasn't come into the marketplace yet or some parking lot you know levin controllers anita side and guys trying to get the you know the ball down the down the parking lot or whatever it would be the start but yeah i don't know i think that'd be kind of fun to watch that'd be kinda cool be wouldn't be much different than remember the electric football games that you could line up the little guys need vibrate across the board and everything else but at least this you'd have some real contact and it's a real strategy not just waiting for the board to finally let let the the figures pass pass each other or let let someone run for long it it took forever for that game to and even just one play until something happened yes and then injury isn't an issue i mean they collide and reach other at high speeds that would be fine you know just take it back to the shop and have a you know the replacement come in but yeah i mean the one's imagination roar with what would it be possible skies sky's the limit especially if you have a robot that flies we're gonna be talking about drones you're pretty simple what happens to the guy that you're talking about air coryell here yeah i mean they just got ability vertical jump whatever yeah that would be that would be pretty funny and then certainly and have to be parameters you know you couldn't have about weighing four thousand pounds like they've dixon and be able to move at one hundred and ten miles an hour robert smith yeah so pretty close for your call i appreciate it man kinds of ideas flowing through here now i guess this guy is limited you wanna play football i kind of thought we were robots out there anyway i mean just slamming each other going down putting a guy on the turf is hard as you can try to staple a quarterback to the turf and they just bounce right back up like a robot it's amazing how much those guys take out there eastwards is already thing right where people are playing video games as sporting events so how long is it until just have your own league don't worry about concussions anymore just play the none of that matters ea sports and just do just do it that way and keep it safe but then there's going to be a fantasy football league and somebody's gonna hack into the robots of course there would be no the football hack of course that's what i was i was the first football hack just trying to find a way to get into a football game so i'll long snap my hand goes up in there i'll hey i'll long snapper you guys i pulled it up pretty good that was kind of.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One of the most important things to remember is that it was not the colonists not the patriots not the socalled revolutionaries who initiated the change as a matter of fact they were responsible mostly for resisting the change the huge distance between england and north america meant that there couldn't be day to day control by the king or by parliament of everything that happened in individual colonies in fact there couldn't be controlled by any central authority even in the colonies at that time transportation communication was simply too difficult so it was inevitable that local authority would spring up and the local authority had sprung up in north america and a group of leaders had empowered themselves had been empowered and perfectly it seemed to be perfectly fine with authorities in london colonial assemblies the house of burgess virginia the state assembly in massachusetts throughout the colonies these local leaders working for rolling events and all of a sudden after the french and indian war it was the british were trying to change things it is always easier to fight to preserve a life that you love to preserve the status quo that seems worthwhile then it is to get people to fight and sacrifice to try to realize some new vision one of the important things to keep in mind about this whole revolutionary struggle and the long lead up to it was that the people who made the revolution we're fighting to keep things as they were there's a beautiful passage about all of this that sums up the way the situation was before the american revolution and the events leading to it it's a passage written by my long ago professor of colonial history at yale edmund s morgan who's really one of the best writers on this anywhere and what he writes is the government of great britain hadn't been designed to cover half the globe and when englishmen were not busy extending their possessions still farther they were after regard the problem of turnpikes in yorkshire as vastly more important than than the enforcement of the navigation acts in new york administration of the colonies was left the king who turned it over to his secretary of state for the southern department whose principal business was england's relations with southern europe the secretary left it pretty much to the board of trade and plantations as sort of chamber of commerce with purely advisory powers the board of trade told the secretary what to do he told the royal governors the governors told the colonists and the colonists did what they pleased that was status quo when it was fine with everybody the british empire rights professor morgan however inefficient its management was very much a going concern and wiseman on both sides of the atlantic believed that its success was intimately connected with the bumbling way in which was run freedom inefficiency and prosperity are not infrequently found together and it is seldom easy to distinguish between the first to freedom and inefficiency it was this desire to suddenly make the british empire more efficient that led to all kinds of difficulties it seemed for a while at least that those difficulties might be cleared up a bit when the stamp act was repealed and there was celebration throughout the colonies it was considered to be an absolutely great and brilliant and wonderful victory for all of the communists they had demanded the stamp act be removed one of the reasons that was considered so obnoxious was because because it put a special tax on all legal documents and one of the things about north america that time was it was a very much the most lawyer ridden society in the world it was easier for somebody of relatively modest background to become a lawyer in the new world than in the old world and one of the things that british visitors noted whenever they came to the colonies was how busy the courts where there were constant lawsuits back and forth and lawyers especially top lawyers and boston like oh john adams for instance could make a lot of money they could make three thousand to four thousand pounds a year which was compared with a top carpenter who would make ninety pounds a year so you have some idea how well they would do meanwhile a schoolteacher thirty pounds a year about a third as much as a carpenter so you can see that the.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"One of the most important things to remember is that it was not the colonists not the patriots not the so called revolutionaries who initiated the change as a matter of fact they were responsible mostly for resisting the change the huge distance between england and north america meant that there couldn't be day to day control by the king or by parliament of everything that happened in individual colonies in fact there couldn't be control by any central authority even in the colonies at that time transportation communication was simply too difficult so it was inevitable that local authority would spring up and the local authority had sprung up in north america and a group of leaders had empowered themselves had been empowered and perfectly it seemed to be perfectly fine with authorities in london colonial assemblies the house of burgess in virginia the state assembly in massachusetts throughout the colony these these local leaders were controlling events and all of a sudden after the french and indian war it was the british were trying to change things it is always easier to fight to preserve a life that you love to preserve the status quo that seems worthwhile than it is to get people to fight and sacrifice to try to realize some new vision one of the important things to keep in mind about this whole revolutionary struggle and the long lead up to it was that the people who made the revolution we're fighting to keep things as they were there's a beautiful passage about all of this that sums up the way the situation was before the american revolution and the events leading to it it's a passage written by my long ago professor of colonial history at yale edmund s morgan who's really one of the best writers on this anywhere and what he writes is the government of great britain hadn't been designed to cover half the globe and when englishmen were not busy extending their possessions still farther they were apt to regard the problem of turnpikes in yorkshire as vastly more important than than the enforcement of the navigation acts in new york administration of the colonies was left to the king who turned it over to his secretary of state for the southern department whose principal business was england's relations with southern europe the secretary left it pretty much to the board of trade and plantations as sort of chamber of commerce with purely advisory powers the board of trade told the secretary what to do he told the royal governors the governors told the colonists and the colonists did what they pleased that was the status quo and it was fine with everybody the british empire rights professor morgan however inefficient its management was very much going concern and wiseman on both sides of the atlantic believed that its success was intimately connected with the bumbling way in which was run freedom inefficiency and prosperity are not infrequently found together and it is seldom easy to distinguish between the first to freedom and inefficiency it was this desire to suddenly make the british empire more efficient that led to all kinds of difficulties it seemed for a while at least that those difficulties might be cleared up a bit when the stamp act was repealed and there was celebration throughout the colonies it was considered to be an absolutely great and brilliant and wonderful victory for all of the colonists they had demanded the stamp act be removed one of the reasons that was considered so obnoxious was because because it put a special tax on all legal documents and one of the things about north america that time was it was a very much the most lawyer ridden society in the world it was easier for somebody of relatively modest background to become a lawyer in the new world than in the old world and one of the things that british visitors noted whenever they came the colonies was how busy the courts where there were constant lawsuits back and forth and lawyers especially top lawyers and boston like oh john adams for instance could make a lot of money they could make three thousand to four thousand pounds a year which was compared with top carpenter who would make ninety pounds a year see you have some idea how well they would do meanwhile schoolteacher thirty pounds a year about a third as much as a carpenter so you can see that this underpayment of schoolmasters is not a new thing in america.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One of the most important things to remember is that it was not the colonists not the patriots not the socalled revolutionaries who initiated the change as a matter of fact they were responsible mostly for resisting the change the huge distance between england and north america meant that there couldn't be day to day control by the king or by parliament of everything that happened in individual colonies in fact there couldn't be controlled by any central authority even in the colonies at that time transportation communication was simply too difficult so it was inevitable that local authority would spring up and the local authority had sprung up north america and a group of leaders had empowered themselves had been empowered and perfectly it seemed to be perfectly fine with authorities in london colonial assemblies the house of burgess in virginia the state assembly in massachusetts throughout the colonies these local leaders were controlling events and all of a sudden after the french and indian war it was the british were trying to change things it is always easier to fight to preserve a life that you love to preserve the status quo that seems worthwhile then it is to get people to fight and sacrifice to try to realize some new vision one of the important things to keep in mind about this whole revolutionary struggle and the long lead up to it was that the people who made the revolution we're fighting to keep things as they were there's a beautiful passage about all of this that sums up the way the situation was before the american revolution and the events leading to it it's a passage written by my long ago professor of colonial history at yale edmund s morgan who's really one of the best writers on this anywhere and what he writes is the government of great britain hadn't been designed to cover half the globe and when englishmen were not busy extending their possessions still farther they were apt to regard the problem of turnpikes in yorkshire as vastly more important than than the enforcement of the navigation acts in new york administration of the colonies was left to the king who turned it over to his secretary of state for the southern department whose principal business was england's relations with southern europe the secretary left it pretty much to the board of trade and plantations as sort of chamber of commerce with purity advisory powers the board of trade told the secretary what to do he told the royal governors the governors told the colonists and the colonists did what they pleased that was the status quo and it was fine with everybody the british empire rights professor morgan however inefficient its management was very much a going concern and wiseman on both sides of the atlantic believed that its success was intimately connected with the bumbling way in which it was run freedom inefficiency and prosperity are not infrequently found together and it is seldom easy to distinguish between the first to freedom and inefficiency it was this desire to suddenly make the british empire more efficient that led to all kinds of difficulties it seemed for a while at least that those difficulties might be cleared up a bit when the stamp act was repealed and there was celebration throughout the colonies it was considered to be an absolutely great and brilliant and wonderful victory for all of the colonists they had demanded the stand back be removed one of the reasons that was considered so obnoxious was because because it put a special tax on all legal documents and one of the things about north america that time was it was a very much the most lawyer ridden society in the world it was easier for somebody of relatively modest background to become a lawyer in the new world than in the old world and one of the things that british visitors noted whenever they came the colonies was how busy the courts where there were constant lawsuits back and forth and lawyers especially top lawyers and boston like john adams for instance could make a lot of money they could make three thousand to four thousand pounds a year which was compared with a top carpenter who would make ninety pounds a year so you have some idea how well they would do meanwhile schoolteacher thirty pounds a year about a third as much as a carpenter so you can see that this underpayment of schoolmasters is not a new thing in america.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

"It does you're better off buying a return anyway and often if you're flying to the us wants to see that you've got a ticket out of the us trump will certainly say probably four thousand pounds is pretty well what you're gonna pay you'll get a special offer occasionally you might be able to get a business class return for two and a half thousand if you go indirect rather than four thousand with by the return yep right so what on earth is somebody doing spending eight thousand pounds on a single flight from washington to london at about it could be there for the most flexible ticket they might argue that of course the meeting time change they had to stay on in washington had to have a very flexible ticket that enabled them to choose any flight back so then you would pay a lot more but typically most of us would pay three to four thousand pounds and still have a pretty flexible ticket do you think these individuals at the bank of england are they all using for example what you and i might describe as a shed jeweled travel well i suspect that private jets have been used a lot there's been a boom in private jets recently the bank of england governor i'm sure will be using private jets but ultimately lexi ability and that's why he would argue that's why you have to spend so much money do we do we need to have people i mean i can understand when for example i think it was apple said that chief executive must fly by private jet and the reason for that is that he's worth such a staggering amount of money and his time is so valuable and it is the second most valuable company in the world i can see every single minute out of his but when you're the governor of the bank of england really well should you be held up then it's going to potentially cause lot more issues a lot of cancelled meetings that he needs to be at so i think there's a very strong argument for taking it private jet because he needs the flexibility doesn't want to be held up by plane that make a tech that may not operate so you can understand that but for most of us the majority would never see one all travel on one love private yeah that cool i haven't been on a fear all over the world and i've been lucky enough in my previous jobs to do these things and the and the problem is it's a little bit like being spoiled once you've been on the private jet i it really is very difficult to get back i mean for example i personally when i'm paying for i try and go economy wherever because it don't like spending money on this early and i flew to the states recently to a wedding and came back again and did it and it was okay i not available that day listen you went for this place you ain't got on a private attorney right let's talk about uber though because this is this is a stream from private jet well you say that but then uber executive that's that's quite classy yes as per se but it's on the ground rather than the air that they like it to be in the air they have won a fifteen month temporary license what will happen in fifty months who knows but essentially they seem to have won their battle against essentially the mayor of london by saying well actually you were wrong to take us potentially off the road you you have to renew our license and here we are we've indicated do you do you read it louder i actually read it as if it's it's a little bit of a victory for sedate in the sense that he took the bold step to say you're not gonna automatically get this line change you've got to change and unarguably uber have gone some way in changing i mean i still think that they've got problems with car quality i think particularly at the cheaper end i think they got problems with dr quality particularly the cheaper end and i think there's a massive difference between the exac offering and the just the sort of the general offering yes and i think they've also got a problem for for taxi drivers within the licensed taxi trade within london but also elsewhere rant where where they have those fixed fares and they're being undermined by these kinds of well.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"It so it's not your first marathons masson but is your first time to africa that's right so couple years ago twenty sixteen i i did a number of marathons and as part of combined i raised money for the outside mississippi i five marilyns over the course of the year and was so grateful enough to receive around about four thousand pounds and fundraising so that went pretty well so yeah no excite it's a it's a phone right again but probably have too little bay bill o bit more innovative about you know how i go about raising to to to raise the raise the money for that but it'll be my first time in africa so really excited to go in somewhere new incredibly conc kanye looks beautiful looking at the is so yeah incredibly together in check it out me last year we went for the first time and it really was an incredibly life in rich ing in haunting experience and in the ways that you think you know this trip is spectacular but not because now you're gonna go and and stay in mazing hotels and be really well looked after all of those things really well garda but in a different way you know you get to see some stuff be really honest some of the stuff i saw last year maybe feel uncomfortable but at the same time the people were fantastic you know the running was studying around korito the race date self is believed fund the session on the track which which we did with a group of kenyans last year was fantastic and we're hoping to do all of those things again what is it that you think you're most looking forward to track session the sound interesting i'm gonna get find out a little bit on that one some people had never run like honestly like never set foot on a track before this is the first that the little bit and people like you know what i am absolutely scared no really worried about doing it it turns out is such a wonderful thing to do in your own pace you have have a crack it's not like the intensity that we might sort of perceive as is good fun yeah yeah i think i mean the marathon itself on being a few before so i'm kind of looking forward to the part that is not going to be probably not a pbs and just get to enjoy anything else it's the previous ones i've done solve you know had been in his own a little bit and try to go for it as this one there will be much more about enjoying the experience and just being in the moment and you know just just having more than anything else which mayor have you done before so the london edinburgh did wales meyerson trail marathon in northern ireland on the causeway coast and then doug lynn was the with the last one in twenty sixty and and then last year actually the beach she had marilyn as americans back closer to home where my parents live in east born so you know i i do do the one that's local to them yeah and so for me the trip last year was was absolutely fantastic not like the type of time effort you know i think like five maybe five twenty something like that so long a long day on eighteen course and i think it's going to be similar venue this year's you're just in for such a great time such time really looking for its on training well stay tuned to the show became to meet you're looking forward to seeing you if not if not before we we probably have have trading day beforehand and june t for people to get together and and meet each other before we all had to to korito in kenya for this year's five talents kenya impact marathon it's on the fourteenth the twentieth of october i think there are still small number of places available at five talents dot org dot uk if you wanna come with me.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

"Calling in so if you have something you never know you may have something of value to somebody else and in the email entitled clutter stroked loved possessions julia whites to us i have mixed emotions about my stuff on the whole i just want to cry because there's way too much of it and it's crowding my home which is a tiny flat i have three or maybe even four generations of things that have been passed down to me the lost only child says when she gets rid of things she feels euphoric and i try to conjure up this feeling when i look around but then i started imagining my granny in that chair oh my dad using that tool and i can't bet to deal with it so she says if i can make money from maybe from it maybe that's a positive way of letting go will keep listening julia we will try and help you john lewis announced this week it would buy back its own clothes no matter the condition the retailer says the average uk household owns about four thousand pounds with close almost a third of which has not been worn for at least a year now zoe this is what you website takes advantage of definite that most of us have closed we no longer wear so what sells and what doesn't so it really depends first of all on what marketplace that you'll using but on d pop because we have predominantly younger more creative people things are popular tend to be the branded items street wear and vintage so vintages absolutely huge in terms of fashion trends and lifestyle and it's would definitely not thing a huge resurgence popularity and actually people are prepared to pay more for vintage items than you might expect i saw a nineteen eighties sort of what i would of course really nasty tracksuits and they were described as mintage whether definitely on trend attracts it is very very trendy right now that well it's quite interesting because close new or so cheap the i looked up at ebay and some of the clothes on ebay and they were selling for just sort of one or two pounds so is the second hand market has been damaged by the fact that close announcer cheap there is an element of that given the fact that you can you we're in air fast fashion but at the same time there are a lot of people out there who want to be sustainable and who want to shop secondhand or an opera to pay prices depending on what the item looks like and to be honest how well it's marketed at them so in general the more effort you put into your listing the more likely is to sell for a higher price he can take a nice picture you've got to write that it's in a good condition if there's a stain on it ideally cleaner you want to basically present something that looks nice that someone would want to buy and we're definitely seeing that and how can sellers protect themselves from four june buyers the first thing i would always say is follow the rules of the platform that you'll using it really depends some platforms will only be the connected between yourself and the buyer and won't be involved but i'm platforms like deep up we can see the entire transaction and we can control the money flow so if something does go wrong and you followed the rules will be able to return the money to the right place so definitely keep everything inside the platform and make sure you're following the rules the second part is using some sort of tracked method of postage and keeping proof that you've posted the item so this not really is great customer service for your fuel buyer because it shows them exactly where the item is it reduces the number of questions coming your way especially whereas my item because they'll have a tracking oh they'll be abc's exactly where it is and probably what time the delivery man's going to come to their door but also covers you in case you know in the very small chance that there is a fraudulent buyer who says so as didn't send me their item i would like my money back you have proved that it was delivered to their door and most platforms will take that and of course deport not the only online site to sell secondhand tim.

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Justify pays $150,000 on $500 futures bet on 144th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs

News, Traffic and Weather

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Justify pays $150,000 on $500 futures bet on 144th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs

"It was a busy day in space on saturday the inside spacecraft launched for a six months journey to mars and an experimental humanoid known as a robot returned to earth the dragon capsule carrying robo dropped a fresh load of supplies to the international space station space x tweeted dragon splashdown off the california coast in the pacific on saturday afternoon bringing back nearly four thousand pounds of space station experiments in a quiet including lab mice that were studied in orbit to see how their bones changed in microgravity in orbit for seven years robo not needs a tuneup because of circuitry problems that's officials say it may be launched into space again in the future once fixed todd ant abc news the kentucky derby yesterday it was the rainiest derby and the races one hundred and forty four year history let's stop track didn't keep the favored colt heading into the race from shining abc's will clark has more for a while it looked as if the winner of kentucky derby one forty four would cross the finish line in a boat is nearly three inches of rain fell on the churchill downs track that favorite justify bolted down to give trader bob baffert his fifth kentucky derby with that last hundred yards i knew that he was gonna win and i would just of the performance i mean that's the best kentucky derby winning performance that i've brought up here good magic and audible rounded out the top three at the kentucky derby will clark abc news this is abc news sunday morning here in seattle komo news with aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's dylan halt only.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"We're here once again at the emily arena where we will make a special announcement so brother kevin will be along to join us then we will have an outlet for you at five o'clock and then we're all set for tonight's game which will take place at is it a seven o'clock yeah i looked because i love i love seven art as opposed to the seven thirty stars let's get it in seven is way better because man oh man we can walk back to the car that's beyond a huge and it is it is warm outside it's it's beautiful though i i liked that walk i like the anticipation although we were here too early to really feel the pregame excitement you know the the custodial people are the ones water again nothing against them of course but on saturday as as you walked up to the place and you got bolts jerseys everywhere and then a bruins jersey here and there was it's an intense rivalry although a very one sided rivalry as of now as the but the thing is if you look at what the lighting of done this season and even though i wasn't fully entrenched the one thing i took away is that this is a team that is known for their comebacks they won how many overtime last many games where they came up big and i think we will see a microcosm of that in this series if not multiple series this this season that's what the boats have been doing and they they recover well they game plan well after a law so i'm anxious to see these guys tonight and what they're what they're going to bring to the ice just feet away from the guy's wife in the glass i have before exciting very exciting as the ice crew they're looking at us we're looking at that agree keep it up man you want to cross train strong risks strong strong risk four thousand pounds majestic dive it.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

"London earning order twenty four thousand pounds a year need free bus travel exactly but so this is this electoral bribery not saying that other parties don't do it but is an electoral bribery and actually if you look at the figures lost an election turns out he wasn't a massive youth vote that that's one eight for corporate it was the people in their thirties and forties i mean i think probably an element in this as policy of toronto by people over and next week i'm sure we'll see a policy from the tory party that says well we got to cut taxes for this group but that's the thing was the new question are you a political editor for many years we we know perfectly well the reason why that beating things like pensions and things will always protected and was because the people who are elderly alike but if you're over fifty over sixty over seventy you are so much more later than someone who's under twenty four and the young people in this country happiness by politicians until now it's a bad thing that they're more fully engaged in and that the parties are going to have to sort of offer them things that they want it's a critically good thing that young people are engaged in politics of course it isn't it but it's also critically important that they understand that this government money that people talk about is their money and is my money and is the listeners to this programs money there's no such thing as government money and the the magic money tree and the labor party have historically been extremely good splashing other people's cash and telling us how we should live our lives and that is a very uncomfortable place to play an also is not good for the economy what we need is for people to be encouraged to be entrepreneurial selfstarting focused on their own ambition working hard during the graft and not rely on other people's money i would i would draw the have more tax cuts raise that threshold and have lower tax rates for people certainly at the bottom end today income so get begin allowing people to make choices about what they spend their money on brand rather than saying well you can have this thing for free although as physicals it does work will say getting more people onto buses as opposed to driving their but.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bicycles who doesn't wear a strange clothes i'm not gonna lie girl it's different okay guys guys in spanish that'd be regulated let's go to tony you're on the john and ken show hey how you doing guys good your cyclist no your driver i sit goals are required to obey all the rules of other vehicles on the road bicycle is a vehicle it's just a human powered vehicle they gotta stop at stop signs and red lights they got a signal when they turn they have to ride as close to the right side of the road when they're writing speed lower than the rest of the other traffic but these guys think that they have the absolute right of way to do whatever they want with no recourse former former will you you know the code most people don't know the code they make up their own interpretation of the way the world they're interpreting it and they don't understand that it's say you know they don't understand that two hundred pounds versus four thousand pounds four thousand pounds win with fight every single time thanks for calling his i've run into that problem when you are gonna make a right turn they can get in your blind spot they are a lot of them do go around they go around your car to the left it's the same thing as if you were driving a car you wouldn't try to pass a guy on the right while he's trying to make a right turn you wouldn't have room anyway but does have the cyclist does he's in the wrong if he jumps out kicking the guy's car so he's probably a vegan again well he's violent vegan and spend i'm not violent and i understand i do spandex guys look like vegans to me the very skinny and pale i see they collected like juice joints along the are healthy from yeah they don't eat all the crap i know but they hamburgers and co they.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on WDRC

"On because they will not tackle the sixty four thousand pound gorilla in the room quite is why can't we why can't we make his stand so that something happens of guest so frustrating i hear this all the time wanting to keep a lookout uh and it's funny of in connecticut we sort of have recently adopted this tradition of at go california tho connecticut impact written into thumb you know build you've seen in the past few years if if california doug act connecticut will do x blah blah blah we'll you look to california right now and governor jerry brown is engaged in a lawsuit to sort of a adjust their publicsector pension because they're on affordable so that's something i think that we should keep an eye on because that is going to have neon no real legal impact for the state but it will be ultimately pretty persuasive if california the home of the california rule which that you know you can't and fundamentally go into pensions after the fact um if the home with a california rules having such problems we're we're our funding ratio is worse than california so we're actually in worst financial and fiscal shape on the state level than california is a larger percentage of hours of state overall spending if contributed to pensions we have larger per capita in larger per household debt than california uh so so that's something to keep an eye on it i think it could have major implications for the wall what also worries me about california though the you'll line as you say as california goal so that etiquette well there's a lawmaker out there in california last week oh which adduce legislation to increase the taxes on businesses in california because there's going gonna be making more money because of the trump tax cut sol in california this bill would enable the state to take hass of what they shaved off of the tax cuts and put it towards liberal programs for the poor at center at sutter that frightens me because if they succeed connecticut might do the same thing jo i saw that coming like bigger veterinary revenue more than a million a year and that may sound like it's going to in lou they want.

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"four thousand pounds" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand pounds" Discussed on KKAT

"Here on 850 am on talk radio in utah kkat we were talking about f l c syndrome the feel like crap syndrome were taken this dr mark heidtmann wrote an excellent article on this and thanks no medicine how to get rid of phil like crap syndrome listed a bunch of the symptoms that people commonly feel so they did a trial with about six hundred people and they did it when we're talking to trial were talking cleaning up nutrition giving people food food again which we mentioned before the break food is your best medicine by far so trial was six hundred people lost more than four thousand pounds in just 10 days an average of eight pounds each they reduced blood sugar on average of twenty points decreased blood pressure on average of ten points ended sugar and carb cravings all reduced their f l c syndrome symptoms from diseases is by sixty two percent in ten days the results no drug on the planet can achieve many went on to lose fifty to one hundred pounds reverse their type 2 diabetes and other health problems as they continued that lifestyle that was in ten days so food is incredibly powerful and we are most of us are just a few short days away from feeling really really good salt the secret we simply swap out the processed food the sugar the flower the inflammatory foods and we add in whole thrash real antiinflammatory detoxifying food your body does the rest we've talked in several segments on this show about how we've got this godgiven pharmacy within us that knows the exact amount and what to release when the release and how to release it we've just got to give our body the nutrition that it needs in order for it to unleash its own healing capable bility's it has the greatest pharmacy ever created if.

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