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No. 16 Marshall wins 42-14 on plane crash's 50th anniversary
"Grant wells tossed a season high five touchdown passes for sixteen Frank Marshall in a forty two fourteen pounding of middle Tennessee Corey Gammage Willie Johnson each caught two touchdown passes from wells who was twenty five of thirty seven for three hundred thirty six yards the thundering herd also turned three turnovers into scores and improved to seven overall and for no one conference USA the wind comes on the fiftieth anniversary of the plane crash that killed seventy five Marshall players team supporters and crew members Marshall wore special black uniforms and the number seventy five on it so much to honor those who were lost I'm Dave Ferrie
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Team last year on a record nine hundred fourteen pound Marlon I'm Kyle Wilson eighty eight this afternoon just an isolated shower maybe a thunderstorm cloudy tonight with the chance of a shower thunderstorm seventy three Marshall like the shepherd voter storms eighty eight but I think Thursday is our day to get wet with rain and thunderstorms around operation educ from the weather channel one of six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect here's a thought brighter mornings make for brighter days Casey Dame Caroline is morning news helps you start your day brighter with unique insights on the news less frequent traffic updates tomorrow morning at six on one oh six one FM top the healthcare is in a gym or a doctor's office or get around five miles or get prescribe something you can't even pronounce it's a place where coaches who once struggled with the same thing you're dealing with want to share their success with you they blasted belly fat boosted immune systems to reverse the symptoms of type two diabetes high blood pressure and more in thirty days they'll go so far as to cook and shop for you look you need to call today to take advantage of the buy one get one free deal call one eight seven seven I deer meat or good idea me dot com back to work at that J. O. B. the one you realize isn't for you well that's if you're lucky right make your move you can start a new life as an I. T. pro in as little as four months from the comfort of your own home even if you have zero computer experience take control of your future now go to my computer career dot EDU to take the free career valuation today.
Plenity is the New Weight Loss Drug in Town. Does It Work?
"Today I've got an advanced look at a newly approved weight-loss drug that's GonNa be coming onto the market this year nutrition diva listener. John recently asked me to weigh in on a new. FDA FDA approved weight-loss drug called jealous one hundred. The drug is not yet available to the public. But it'll probably be coming onto the market very soon as as a prescription only drug under the brandname plenty. I bet it's going to be hard to miss it when it does become available because there's probably going to be a huge advertising and marketing push but is this new drug going to be the one that turns the tide against obesity. Previous pharmaceutical approaches to weight loss. Have all had major drawbacks stimulants. Like fantasia mean are quite effective in suppressing appetite for example but they can be habit forming not to mention that Paschi side effective occasionally stopping your heart other drugs such as Orla stat are somewhat effective in blocking the absorption of fat and calories from boots which can be helpful unfortunately they also block the absorption of some fat soluble nutrients not mentioned a rather embarrassing side affect requiring frequent changes of underwear. This new drug takes a different approach that avoids the worst of these side effects. It's it's designed to reduce your food intake by making you feel like you've had more to eat than you actually have so the drug is made from two compounds. That occur naturally in foods foods cellulose and citric acid. You swallow three capsules with a big glass of water before meals and the capsules released particles in your stomach stomach which rapidly absorbed the water and expand to form a harmless GEL. This GEL has no calories but it takes up a fair amount of space in your stomach and your intestines and with less room in your stomach. The idea is you'll eat less and then you'll lose some weight. How well does it work well? In a clinical trial people who used plenty and also followed a reduced Calorie Diet and exercise moderately lost more weight. On average than in those who reduced calories exercised and took a placebo about twenty percent of the people in both groups dropped out before the end of the trial which was scheduled to last about six months months of those who completed the entire six months. The group taking planete lost about six percent of their weight while the group taking a placebo lost is just about four percent so you could say that people taking the drug lost fifty percent more weight than people taking the placebo and that sounds really impressive. However the actual weight loss was pretty modest in both groups? The group taking plenty lost an average of fourteen pounds while the placebo group lost an average average of ten pounds. So we're only talking about an extra four pounds over the course of six months and just as a reminder everybody was also oh reducing calories and exercising now even though the people who were taking planete didn't lose a whole lot more weight than the people who didn't it is certainly possible that they found it a little bit easier to stick to their diets because maybe they didn't feel as hungry. Unfortunately the researchers didn't report on things like perceived hunger or how difficult the subjects founded to stick to their diets they did assess safety and side effects. That's a big part of getting your drug rug approved and there were no big concerns about safety but the group taking the drug definitely did report more side effects than the group who were taking the placebo and most of these side effects were digestive symptoms like diarrhoea or bloating gas constipation or abdominal pain. But most of these were considered mild mild in severity. There are some non-pharmaceutical ways to make your stomach feel fuller researcher. Barbara Roles also has popularized an approach known as volume metrics. And the idea. Here is to choose foods that have a lot of volume but not too many calories primarily merrily these are foods that contain a lot of fluid or a lot of fiber so soups brought whole vegetables and fruits whole grains that sort of thing even just drinking a full glass of plain water before meals has been shown to decrease food intake these volume metric foods triggers special cells in your stomach that register pressure or fullness and this then sends a signal to your brain that you've had enough to eat presumably this feature is designed to prevent us from eating until our stomachs literally explode but because these volume metric foods and liquids. Don't contain a lot of calories. You end up reducing your calorie intake and losing weight. It's basically the same concept as plenty. Only it involves healthy foods instead of
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In at fourteen pounds and sixty four ounces asin big grapefruit not only did dairy queen bring back its pumpkin pie blizzard for fall they're adding a couple of new blizzard flavors and some old favorites are making a comeback to Christina and pumpkin spice haters will be happy to know these are pumpkin free now we do have a dairy queen locally right yeah there's one if I'm if I'm correct is one in the province place mall alright so let's start off with harvest berry pie blizzard this new blizzard is made with vanilla soft serve swirled with raspberries blueberries blackberries and hi pieces yeah health he's the caramel brownies blizzard analogy that's a lot of of the heat I do I do this too yes that sounds really good he's caramel brownie blizzard this is our chocolates lands and they'll love the blizzard with vanilla soft serve swirled with heath bar pieces brownie pieces and some caramel and that was going to hit a list for me this snickerdoodle cookie dough blizzard is back once again it's a treat that's made with vanilla soft serve ice cream cookie pieces and a little cinnamon and they're all right and the snickers blizzard that's a blend of snickers pieces vanilla soft serve and chocolate it's returning for the fall thanks to fan demand what effect which one you like the best of that one though the heat Campbell brown a blizzard hands down yeah so what is down for two heath care. Mel brownie blizzard good stuff police on Saint Helena say whoever is responsible for a repeat crime in the south Atlantic island well that person must stink is Gary bomb garden with that story the cops wanted who's been stealing beds.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They're not frown upside down please I twenty five to forty five pounds in only forty days yes a good until I guess so I I think that one of the things that really stood out for me as we had Stacy who came in this past week so she's only on day eleven of the program but she's down fourteen pounds which and she's sixty four years old it's great so over a pound a day right it's almost like a male number that you would actually see great typically we see men doing many fourteen fourteen out anywhere between thirteen to fifteen pal either first alignment right away this is a female sixty four year old female who is down fourteen pounds in eleven days but one of the things I noticed about her and this is kind of why I came up with this whole intended mindfulness thing is she just had such an amazingly positive attitude the whole entire time that she was in the office that you know she was almost like lifting everybody else up with her hello and like that right and I really think that when you walk into a room and you possess that you really control the whole entire room basically and that's what she did you know her I didn't even know what her results were but when she walked in the office I knew that they were fabulous right right and she couldn't be happier she no longer feels her arthritis which used to feel every single day and you know now it's still cold out there so you know you feel you really feel it it's it's got that really nasty side effect of cold as feel that arthritis right so she no longer feels that she said she used to get my grades in the winter time all the time she said that they're gone also this is eleven days later I mean this is I mean this is exactly what we see all the time but I we always forget to stop and talk about it or to stop and actually think about these positives that we see training you know and as positive as she is probably she seems like a really positive person to begin with but also losing a pound a day today for the first two weeks of the program I'm sure just get out gonna make her even more positive people yeah I get emails from people all the time and they just say can't wait to get on the scale because again and they know they can be done on the power play and it's really really great and that's just that's tremendous and I it is amazing fourteen pounds eleven days is is great so yeah you do the same thing can you can get the same results but.
Dolphins' Norton has arm amputated after crash
"A football player for the Miami Dolphins suffered serious injuries after car crash early this morning in South Florida medic said the amputate Kendrick Norton's left arm at the scene after the twenty two year old apparently crashed a pickup truck into a concrete barrier and overturned on state road near Miami a family friend of Norton said the defensive tackles vehicle was involved in a multi car crash got cut off and end up flipping the six foot three three and fourteen pound lineman is hospitalized in critical condition but his injuries are not expected to be life threatening but often say the team is aware of the car accident offered thoughts and prayers to Norton and his
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Break. All those crazy. Gene. Grad trouble. Gene. The news with Gina grad this half of the show brought to you by Tommy John and lifelock and go what you got. Well, since we have Dr Spazio get into some medical mysteries. I wonder what your thoughts are on this more reports coming out of the Dominican Republic people getting very sick. At apparently there's the ninth death now of a tourist. He's from New Jersey is New Jersey man became the ninth American tourists die while they in the Dominican Republic fifty five year old guy found dead in his room at the terra Linda resort last Thursday. His friends that he was complaining the night before about not feeling. Well, he went upstairs to get some sleep. His family says he did not have any pertinent health issues. They're looking for answers ounce. The latest tourist last, I think a few days earlier, Fifty-three-year-old woman from New York died at resort and Poon Takaona. These are all different resorts and fans of the singer, Jimmy Buffett are now added to the list because two months ago. And I guess that's why it's coming out now. Maybe they didn't think it was news two months ago. But now that we're hearing about this in April. There was about one hundred you know, parrot heads buffet fans that did a big, you know meet up there and one of them lost fourteen pounds due to and I, quote crippling diarrhea Well a few. a few buffet fans there now just obese morbidly to just obese a few of the victims told a similar story they became very sick. They drank the liquor from the hotel mini bar. But one victim says he didn't, but he did notice a lot of people who are sick were using these swim up pool swim up bar. This was at the hotel review. There were talking also about like all the insects and stuff, they must have to spray like you're running some resort there. You just gotta spray concert, right, if they're lick liquor, and their containers that had pesticide you separate out. What are things kill you quick, where things achilles intermediate and slow? So quick is opiate overdose are heavy metal sound like arsenic, or opiates. You know, if you have Fendt nil there's some opium in there. Or right spiked or so there's a an independent coming from the pool areas coming from a bar. But when now that they're kind of discovering, the there's this mini bar connection, no matter what resort, you're at. Adam use said right, when we started reporting this, that there is sort of there is kind of a bootleg liquor trade that I hadn't heard of I didn't know that was a thing If day, just. day just. Everything is that's number one. My thought now is that, you know you've seen like. Bar rescue. But those kind of shows, where they'll pour like shitty liquor into the nice liquor bottles, we had someone who sell the shit, who was was selling bottles. Remember people by, I wonder if there's a thing where it's like to save money at these resorts, like they're pouring, you know, essentially rubbing alcohol or some quivalent mixed with mint flavor in the master bottle, not mom and pop this isn't like you're saying at somebody's house. There's still a giant resist wires. All all I can fixate on is my new favorite person talking head on TV is the person who goes. All these tourists are dying and Dominican big Papi, everyone else. I mean, this is a real prom. And then somebody goes big Papi was shot in the back. Then that's not part of this and I go. Yeah, I understand. But, you know, you got big Papi, all these terrorists. Shut up totally. You're not allowed to bring this up again, because he was shot at a bar heart of this, and then they go I get it. He was a great nation. He they just do it. It's weird. Like there's, there's more of that in the news these days than any other time I've ever been alive. Anyway, his conditions been upgraded to good. Oh, good mass. General now admit teaching. So, so that's kind of the thinking now is that it's these isn't affair. Show or is it accidental, and who has to transport big Papi, that's got but it's got to be shit..
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wwl w. And you're listening to the big outdoors on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w in Cincinnati got a little time left this morning. And I get some Turkey numbers here. Chip, okay. In the south zone because we know how To's owns and right here in the south zone. Undertook about eight hundred turkeys in the first week. Okay. Opening day. They took just shy of three thousand birds in the youth season. They took a little over thirteen hundred birds. And I noticed that in each one of those cases the numbers are down not a lot, but they're down noticeably from. Last year across the board. Not sure what that's all about. I don't think it was the weather this year, and we a little more fullish this year. I think earlier well that could be but it was a little thicker and a lot of gobbling about a month before the season started. I've I've always argued that are season opens a little late in Ohio. I would agree that change it for us. Anyway, you know. All right. So this doesn't happen often. But we have a new state record large mouth bass in Kentucky cart in Harlan county by. Evert resident Mark ward on Good Friday effort that six acre high splint lake in Harlan county and congratulations to him. To to fourteen pounds nine point five ounces. That's okay. That's a big fish the big fish, Florida not happen anywhere in the country. Getting a new state record logs, you you're just doesn't, you know, there you haven't and today and tomorrow is free fishing days in Ohio may fourth and pin? So no license necessary..
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Types, which you're saying is, and that's why the person the programs personalized he and should the visual based on based on scans that we do here in saliva. Any energetic testing bioenergetics testing that we use bloodwork assessment DNA testing helps cater health get this program, specifically personalized each individual the supplements are personalized to get help that individual get into that fat burning zone to make these kinds of numbers work. And that's what this is all about. It's about taking is personalization of the supplements for each individual to get them into fat burning and to get them the results, and that's really that's really how this whole thing works. When I think is great is the fact that I've learned over the past couple of weeks that. To do the biggest winners because and make your point. Now the biggest winners. So what I think is great is what I've seen in the past couple of weeks with all the patients they're coming in. And now remember these are all folks that started right around New Year's so this is a lot of New Year's resolutions and kind of took place here. So I've noticed that I have a new slogan for us in ten plus mindfulness. Plus nj diet equals results. Well, because what I've seen is how connected the mind is to the people coming in. And losing the weight, you know, so you you have a lot of people that come in. That are extremely negative just right off the bat because stayed area is just a very negative negative around here. And so a lot of people come in that are just really really negative, and it takes that first two to three weeks of them losing about twelve to fourteen pounds to really kind of see how this works of them. You know, losing letting go of their migraines letting go of their pain and all these other things sleeping better for them to come in. And should have. Completely. You know, a smile instead of a frown, but.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Not frown upside down twenty five to forty five pounds in only forty days to I guess, so I think that one of the things that really stood out for me as we had Stacey who came in this past week. So she's only on day eleven of the program, but she's down fourteen pounds. But she and she sixty four years old. That's great. So over a pound a day. Right. It's almost like a male number that you would actually see right. Typically, we see men doing memo fourteen fifteen county between thirteen to fifteen pounds right female, sixty four year old female who is down fourteen pounds. That's great days. But one of the things that I noticed about her. And this is kind of why came up with this whole intended mindfulness thing is she just had such an amazingly positive attitude. The whole entire time that she was in the office that she was. Like lifting everybody else up with her. Right. And I really think that when you walk into a room, and you possess that you really control the whole entire room, basically. And that's what she did. I didn't even know what her results were born she walks into the office. I knew that they were fabulous. Right. And she couldn't be happier. She no longer feels her rightous, but she used to feel every single day. And you know, now, it's still cold out there. So you know, you feel you really feel it. It's it's got that really nasty side effect of coal doesn't feel that arthritis. Right. So she no longer feels that. She says she used to get migraines in the wintertime all the time. She said that they are gone. Also, this is eleven days later. I mean, I mean, this is exactly what we see all the time. But we always forget to stop and talk about it or to stop. And actually think about these positives that we see taping. And this.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on The Big 98
"So that you knew was stuck in the elevator. Like, I was gonna be at work on time. And then yeah, they have a little call button. And it dials some wine, and they check on you to see if you're okay. And then they were able to I guess up do something to fix it. And then it got running again. But yeah, the scary. I don't remember that. You're stuck in the elevator. Electrolux? No. I don't know what I do. And for three days. I think you would go insane. Because you do think you're dying your it's over like that'd be. So you don't have any food water. What do you do and where to use the bathroom corner? Yeah. But it's not like it's big enough. For there to be a real opposite corner. Oh, anyway, I saw I also saw another story about a woman whose boyfriend dumped her out of nowhere. And then she lost one hundred fourteen pounds. Can you imagine if you're him, and you what what here's my question. Okay. Like if you're with that guy, why not lose the hundred fourteen pounds in why do it when you get rid of him? Like, why can't you do that? When you're with him. Well, aren't you at times inspired by different things in your life to make changes guests period happened in your life that inspire you to make changes? If you were unhappy with your body when you were in that relationship. Why do you do it to get back at him? Why not do? Hey, look, man. I'm gonna do this for you. Maybe she never felt the need to. Yeah. And then she got all motivation that she needed. And who's is a he doesn't need to lose weight. I don't know. But a woman who has warranty may not live until age thirty has credited her one hundred fourteen pound weight loss as a heart break diet you've been so heartbroken than it made you sick. I wouldn't say, love wise. But yeah, I love wise. No. Now, if anything I've probably gained weight. You know, have you ever been heartbroken by a guy? Yeah. Yes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't even know what that means. You don't like it hurts like, your you cry that.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The program are you on Brian, and how many pounds are you down? The team in down fourteen pounds fourteen pounds. Now that's about a pound a day a little less, but on average about a pound a day, and you've probably had days where you lost more than a pound. But you feeling great. You're looking great. Are you amazed? I'm I'm happy. It's I mean, it's a challenge. Just because. Eating long for so long eating the feel good foods new foods in the fast foods, and all the things that you want to eat is one it's not healthy for the body. And it's it's neat to find a program that really encourages you to eat the foods that God designed without genetically, modified foods and all this. But I'll tell you what you hit it right on the nail on head. So to speak, Brian because the you know, there's two types of food food by man. And then there's food by God. It's just that simple. And you know, the food by man type of food really causes diseases by man and the food by God really caused causes life by God. You know, in a sense that we are what we eat. Will that is so true? And you know, are you blue are you a blue drink? Are you a green drink? You know? No, I say not. You know in your body really rebels by storing fat when we don't eat the way our body was designed so so you've lost almost what was it fourteen fourteen pounds in fifteen days, have you noticed blood pressure cholesterol, and the energy levels.
US shutdown could stretch into January
"Four hours. It's like a bad phone. You must have your cell phone on and all your aids at all times. But this is normal and you get twenty four hours to get you rear end back to DC if they're going to vote on any deal there. No smoke signal that's gone up. So there's no vote happening at least through the weekend. What happens after that we head into the new year? Can't imagine really could this really go all the way to the twenty second one a baby has to come out. Baby will come out a baby is not waiting and standing on ceremony. Unlike the government in this closed down tug of war that's happening between the White House and the rest in congress. In Texas, a newborn baby boy breaking records big time. Why twenty one and a half inches long baby? Allie. Fourteen pounds thirteen ounces allie's parents Jennifer, and Eric Medlock both music teachers in the Arlington independent school district. The son was a record breaker, the hit the the doctor said it's the biggest baby ever delivered in his thirty plus years being a baby doctor, can you imagine because of the size the baby has to be in the NICU because you got to think of blood sugar platelets all that kind of stuff, but signs are pointing in the right direction. What's really interesting? Is this baby has a big sister. But she was nine pounds ten ounces when she was born. That is a big old baby. If you're traveling in the mid west look out, the white stuff is going to slam into you to be the bad news. As
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Oh, reggie. Reggie little slow on the buttons today. Little slow in the buzz buzz today right now, it's Wednesday and every Wednesday. We celebrate the more responsible more intelligent and generally superior gender of our species the ladies by taking only female voicemails like this one. Started to read I'm calling from Toronto Canada. And I have a quick soft move or boss so next week visiting my friend, and we're going to Golden State. Okay, see game. And I can't bring myself to wear jerseys from either team because I'm a die hard. Rocker spin some soccer boss move, wearing rockers jersey to Casey golden faking. Let me know and to get them checks. Okay. Boss move. And let me tell you why I like wearing the the the I'm a fan of this team. So I'm going to wear the jersey to the game. Even though that team is not participating, especially when you're a raptors fan, and you're going to to Western Conference teams. So there's not a lot of bad blood there. But you have to be ready for the conversations. It's going to be a conversation piece strangers will be talking to you. They will that's going to happen. Brian, Holland you when you're at a game and you're wearing a jersey you usually in the game as as a fan. What do you think about this Toronto fan wearing of rafters jersey to an okay C G S W game? I mean, just I mean, you know, you're that guy or that girl. You know, you off the conversation starter the the look at me now. Hey, when we're in the big picture now like he just really even if you just put on a jersey period, it's a conversation starter eating as you had the appropriate teams jersey on, but you become even more that guy that girl when you're wearing it, and it has nothing to. Participating. I don't mind it. But you have to be prepared for the attention. I personally would never do it. I'm seven feet tall. I joy nothing. Tension already. I'm not looking for more a fair. That's where I'm not a jersey wearer. I like. I just can't do it. I don't know. There's something about it. I just don't wear jersey. I don't wear any team issued gear because I'm such a die easy fan. I don't want people to get in New England. Jersey. Would you wear if you put on one jersey who's would it be a have an Alan Houston? Knicks cher's, it's one of those authentic. It's an authentic one like before. Like now, they're like performance Nike like hot. This one I have is like a sweatshirt. It's so thick it. It's got like the three layers of super thick fabrics up stitched into it like weighs like fourteen pounds. I don't know how they play basketball on these things when you jersey on deck deck fan of the jersey shirt. Did you ever buy in? Now. I just never again. Like, I I don't care about one player. One team enough. I wasn't vintage shop one time looking through their jerseys. And I found a Denver Nuggets Jalen rose, replica jersey, and I caught it and jails to listen to this. It was like nine thousand nine hundred ninety I was like come on. Now. This TV three times a day. I really like, dude. I remember in college. I also big on the jerseys. And I had all these NBA jersey that had this nice, Jermaine O'Neal jersey. I got to the NBA. And I said I've got actually play Jermaine O'Neal talking to wear this jersey anymore. I don't know how appropriate this is. I don't know how he's going to feel about it. Oh, no. You can't wear that. Once once you once you've gotten a paycheck for playing basketball, you cannot wear. Cannot I used to go. I used to buy replica jerseys and take him to this place and east village and have them turn them into jerseys. There's this place on avenue c also you could buy a replica go to avenue c and be like stitch on some numbers telling my name on the back, and he charged like, eight bucks. Go buy. I'll go buy a replica, Utah Jazz jersey and turned into like a Jacoby jersey with the with the stitch on the fabrics. I don't think it was exactly like an authentic jersey. But it did you know, if you gave it a closely. It was a really bad knockoff of like Gucci bag that would hey since this has that would've worked in Pasadena..
Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton
"The lucky Morton onyx powered lower body Exo skeleton can increase mobility and reduce fatigue of its users. Onyx detects what the body is doing and provide support all at the exact time. It's needed sensors distributed on the Xhosa Killington reports speed direction and angle of movement and an onboard computer that drives electro mechanical actuators the knees, all work synchronous Lee, the Exo skeleton delivers the right torque at the right time to assist knee flex and extension on IX. Sounds awesome. It ultimately reduces the energy needed to cross terrain squats, Neil. These benefits are most noticeable when ascending or descending stairs, or navigating inclined surfaces. Now onyx syncs up with its user. It takes about. Seventy five milliseconds for the human body to go from thought to action, speeding up on x will improve the impact on human endurance. Currently, it has improved endurance by nine percents and the powered system lasts for about sixteen hours when using four batteries, the onyx system weighs less than fourteen pounds. The current net benefit is a soldier who could normally perform twenty-six reps of hundred eighty five pound squats could get this performed seventy two similar reps while wearing this device. Lockheed is currently working on hardening the components so they can withstand battlefield use in proving the hardest thing. So it's even more discreet and unobtrusive and tweaking the fitting process to ensure that soldiers can properly adjust it without tools on x will soon use a common electro mechanical structure and control software, which will be customized for firefighting legit. Disticts and military road transport on is being upgraded to us military specification batteries that are approved for infantry use. A robotic third arm appears to be highly useful as well. The US army research laboratory is developing it. It weighs less than four pounds hangs at a soldier side and stabilizes rifles in the sheen guns. It lifts over twenty seven pounds all on its own no word on when we will see this technology, but it sounds like we won't have to wait too long. Think you have good coordination, you're probably not as agile as MIT's. Cheetah three robot in a new video MIT demonstrates how the ninety pound robot, which is about the size of a full grown labrador. Dog can climb a flight of stairs. Littered with obstacles like roles of tapered wooden blocks while blind cheetah. Three can also Gallup jump spin around and walk on three legs. All without relying on cameras or external environmental sensors. There are many unexpected behaviors. The robots should be able to handle without relying too much on vision vision can be noisy, slightly inaccurate and sometimes not available. So researchers want the robot to rely more on tactile information that way it can Hindle unexpected obstacles while moving fast. The team developed two new algorithms which allow cheetah to blindly walkup clustered staircases gallop across rough terrain and quickly recover its balance after being pushed MIT researchers plan to show off the robots vision, free capabilities at the international conference on intelligent robots in Madrid, coming up in October, cheetah three is designed to carry out dangerous tasks like inspecting power plants or exploring disasters zones. There are countless occasions where we would want to send robots to do simple. Tasks instead of humans, dangerous dirty in difficult work can be done, much more safely through remote controlled robots than sending in real life person. One of the things that we learned from the DARPA robotics challenges that it's useful for robots to have legs to walk budgets, even more useful for robots to be versatile and adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty. Four minutes. We've since been wondering whether these Centaur designed would inspire other disaster robots, and now we have the answer and it's yes, a consortium of European research groups announced a new Centaur robot platform called appropriately enough sin taro the robot was built at the Italian institute of technology. That project is part of the sin taro consortium funded by the European Commission and coordinated by researchers from the university of Bonn. The same group that developed memorial, the goal of Santaro is building a human robot symbiotic system where human operator is tele- present with its whole body in a Centaur like robot, which is capable of robust locomotion and dexterous manipulation in the rough terrain and conditions, characteristic of disasters from the look of things. Sinn Tauro shares. The same kind of rugged capabilities. We've seen in other, I robots meaning that this could be a robot that manages to be both a research tool and real world useful at one point, five meters tall and weighing ninety three kilograms. Sin tarot is both larger and somehow more agile than the video might make. It seem it's made of lightweight, metals, like aluminum, magnesium and titanium with skins of three d. printed plastic inside are a trio of computers to Hindle perception control and motion planning along with enough batteries to keep Sinn Toro moving for two point five hours at a time. The idea is that this combination of quadrupeds and humanoid optimizes both stability and mobility while allowing a remote human operator too much more intuitively control the robots, arms and head since everything is oriented in a familiar way were looking. Forward to seeing more of house in taro integrates full tawny supervised Itani and Tele presence control with hardware. This capable l. the robot may be limited primarily by what it's smart enough to do along with the interface that lets human control it directly. Hopefully we'll start seeing more demos from IT to get a better sense of all the cool stuff that Sotaro will be learning. Got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA? The space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans code and materials for you to pursue end-use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex than it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove from. e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer, unfortunately was no though. Oh far, less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. 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"The US economic council, a just said on Bloomberg television as well as dissecting the jobs report with our own Carl Riccadonna just plus we have Greg Davis chief investment officer of vanguard on retail in money in stocks, and whether the Federal Reserve is going to be raising interest rates more than two times this year. But right now, let's go to Greg Jarett in the Bloomberg newsroom has got a Bloomberg business flash, Greg, bam. A couple of hot headlines just passing across the Bloomberg terminal. US July. I assumed non-manufacturing index is at fifty five point seven. The estimate was for fifty eight point six and a panel in the United Kingdom confirms Disney's four price at fourteen pounds. A share for sky stocks edge higher. After the latest data depicts a steady job market retained wage increases while the data Marcus solid start to and should keep the fed on track for an interest rate. Hike in September. Whitening trade war threatens to curb growth in the labor market. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the. Trading day here on Bloomberg radio is five hundred does edge, into the green it's, up one little change but up one the Dow Jones industrial average is up a tenth of a percent of thirty one and the NASDAQ is little changed down to the ten year is up, six thirty seconds yield two point nine six percent west Texas Intermediate's down pretense of a percentage sixty. Eight seventy seven, a barrel COMEX gold's up half a percent at twelve twenty five ninety and the, dollar-yen, is. At one eleven sixteen the euro a dollar fifteen eighty in. The British. Developed thirty five Footsie's up nine tenths of a percent. The Dax Germany's up three tenths percent macaque in Paris is up one tenth of one percent that's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets is under way how would. We saw Rana with Pimm Foxx thank you very much.
Happening in this weeks What The??? A Florida man with no arms is accused of stabbing a tourist
"Life person and finally happening in this week's what the Miami Beach police say a homeless man with no arms stabbed a tourist with a pair of scissors using his feet forty six year old. Jonathan Crenshaw told the cops that he was defending himself after twenty two year old Caesar, Coronado, punched him in the head Coronado, who was visiting from Chicago at the time claimed he was just asking for directions when Crenshaw grabbed a pair of scissors with his feet in stabbed him twice before running away. Police found Crenshaw, not far from the crime scene and arrested him after cord on his friend corroborated his story and Crenshaw was charged with one felony count of battery. No more information was available on the condition
Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA
"To browse your favorite podcasts let's get you a quick recap of how some of the regional equity markets performed there was was a tough time if you're looking to make some gains on the upside to buy was donna tenths of one percent to buy investments still really the out trade that stock was up four percent story out of abu dhabi was to the upside but saudi arabia getting dragged down by some of the big lenders in the country down to fifty one percent volumes were in line with a three month average here and then qatar also a little bit lower remembered that the drop in oil price really hit sentiment in trade over the last twenty four hours be interesting to see how the market just the remainder of the market moves around the world but now let's check in on the latest business flash shut lines with deborah mount deborah shots are being fired and the global media emanate war comcast has raised its cash bid for uk broadcasters sky to fourteen pounds seventy five pence per share now that beats the latest offer from rupert murdoch's twentyfirstcentury century fox of fourteen pounds what's valued sky at thirty two billion dollars is upon and a wider fight between comcast and disney for the bulk of murdoch's media empire as they tackle digital rivals like netflix broadcom has confirmed its eighteen point nine billion dollar purchase of ca technologies as it branches into software to diversify its business jumped in extended trade on the all cash deal which is twenty percent above wednesday's closing.
Facebook hit with U.K. fine over user privacy
"A fourteen pounds per share values sky at twenty four point five billion pounds a twelve percent premium to comcast's rival off the fight for skies part of a wider contest between comcast walt disney for the bulk of murdoch's media empire those are your top stories now for the latest in global news here's leon guarantee vm good morning nara in the uk facebook is facing a record five hundred thousand pine fine for breaching the data protection act the information commissioner's office says the social media giant broke the law by failing to safeguard people's details the ics been investigating this site and cambridge analytica since february that's when evidence emerged that an app had been used together the data of fifty million facebook uses chinese cyber hackers asset again this time in cambodia in the runup to elections on the twenty nine dollars july.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on FT Everything Else
"Would have to sneak off and go down the field and that's when i would play and so play is still a guilty pleasure so i obviously trying to make the work as playful as i can get was there a moment where you you knew i wanted to be an artist i think is around fifteen i went to to london with my art teachers and we stayed for week in cheap hotel tells fourteen pounds the week 'cause i money myself and we went round old museums just seem so exciting never been to museum before the potential this is amazing all the different kinds of art you can make so it was a very liberating thing what did your parents make your choice to be an artist was not difficult thing for now that they were quite baffled by don't know if they had such big hopes for me in my eldest was the academic one and i was the one who is to squeeze through they will just worried i haven't got a proper job because it's always been freelance artist so that was puzzling to them the both dead now but they did see me and been nominated the turn of brian and they came to see the show in under a member farthest sort of positioning himself the entries to my space and said what asking people do you think of this then vokes puffing holy pool pull out go is you know because he thought it was kind of beyond his ken or whatever but that's fine i didn't need approval works been described by some people as having darkness in a latent violence do you see that in it nothing life is like that we all have fears and i feel like i want to make work that has a whole vocabulary and not just with fetig and it's just inherent really are the dogs is there wherever it donald so i embrace it and the violence i mean i think i would want to call it friction i mean the world is full of friction even digital sculpture is violent you know you think of a hammer and chisel chipping away to piece of stone or forging of metal in it's physical brute force is the processes well if you steamrollering over beautiful business well i quite yet but i i think it's it's a trope it's i like the cliche value business got that tragicomic feeling to them the steamroller because it's been used in cartoons to you know kind of told me yes but also the customs excise use it you know it's kind of curious thing into to be visibly getting rid of something things being thrown off cliffs the white cliffs which figure greatly in even shakespeare's plays so i quite lies using these famous landmarks in if i could drop something off the empire state building would to think about mission so what is about the cultural cliche exactly i thinking of you psycho house over the psycho bonian the met the mess well i think the psycho house is a cliche and also the bed bomb it's a cliche the red bomb is a kind of from european red bombs coming from scandinavian germany in amsterdam in holland and going to american mutating into this symbol of wholesomeness the origin of the red color comes mixing animal blood with linseed oil an old rust and so there's a kind of curious backstory to it that sort of latent violence but even well it's the practicality of it too so they have these red bombs and then the psycho house created by hitchcock and he'd come from europe and he bought with his love of film noir and german expressionism is dark psychology and he created this psycho house based on you know the house by the railroad edward hopper so it's the same angle in the painting this railway track can you feel like you're looking at from prep to train and in that psycho house you could on the hill with the long motel in front of it which is about the car and that's a black and white film so i thought if i make the psycho house out of the bed bomb then we'll have this red and it became a psycho ball on the original set was just too flat it was all propped up from behind you can see it from one angle i always knew walks around the back and his all propped up with so it's a facade and the one in the film is to it's two third scale and new see them manhattan skyline behind it which you can look out and.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
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"fourteen pounds" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Let them literally and you're like maybe like three months later you're like hey did you find it drag on you're like who's this did you ever tour together what did we do we do the box no from tour browder bum presents yeah the kennel club the kennel club dog show bitches well we could go into we could do and i can see you from my house tour double feature stant cold place yes yes skinny bowlegged blonde horse do be amazed thing it would be amazing what were you have you are where we're each of you in your lives when you were on tour together so like for instance were you still sober ryan and alaska not sure about what were you were at at that stage yeah it's kind of a blur it's there's a lot of blurs yen it's not like it's like my memories are like phasing too much hairline where there's halo it's funny with the girls call out other girls for like face tuning their photographs i think fruit forgetting that we are in fact course ground bloomberg yeah in like fourteen pounds of makeup yeah yeah but like ooh grow i see that face tune it's like well great your whole gig is artifice image i go for chuck close photo realism of course grainy black and white just chuck far i mean i now i'm self conscious about taking because i've been on instagram for a while and now they don't even want i just to put everything through like a maybe like they have the set the camera up it went into the room walk forty paces away and have a large sheet of vast lean in between me and the like a distant ghostly silhouette or something yeah.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on Happy Hour
"It's like this is a modern state music service there's no need to have like a modern there is no need to have a normal one a deluxe album carr's do not paying to get any difference between and the reason there is no one deluxe measures could go on the arching store the no one's ten pounds in the deal excellence fourteen pounds is the up so imagine stobl nap music store doesn't make any sense like you should just have the deluxe i will mention of a deluxe labor on it like if that that's the kind of thing that upset me the most about about trying it so far is just if you've actually dive not the nobody like algorithmic suggestions niece the discovery of stuff that you are looking for is hard to find and feels like an old an old an like reference library rather than like a dynamic surge yet that that's a super valid complaint and it's something that spotify and others d better and if i recall that beats music did better yeah he's music separated out yeah exactly another example of this is if if you if you look at it ouham you can often get with ice hurts there i got four versions of the same album because there was the the clean version the was version and then the clean deluxe version and the explicit deluxe versions it was one album fourtimes um and that's an apple music church like you said they could ignore the i tune store side where were you do need to have four copies of that because he might not what in a a lot i think are times the the non deluxe version comes out first in an albums get like a released a year later so with more songs and national the deluxe version and the apple music case look if you have the album than it might be safe to say that you also want the deluxe version when that becomes available suggest changing posture anymore yeah just change your copy you know.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Destiny with a heart attack by by eating plant strong following the inch to program but you had a contrast right like you made it fond for all of these guys that you are working was area no we yeah we we we had a little barbate sitting out on the poorer said hey guys know who who who we thought was the healthiest and we decided you know what to fall through in this bet we're gonna go down to the lab and we're going to get our cholesterol checked and she was got the lowest quest draw and that was when uh when a my firefighting brothers has cholesterol came back at 344 at the age thirty three and you know most most humans uh or most americans rather have a cluster all between two hundred 225 share was 344 as his father had triple bypass it fifty his grandfather died before the age of fifty his greatgrandfather die before the age of fifty one and so he was uh he was just following downright that uh the family path there and so um jr was uh and the tea and the crew there they were like game two two two jump on board and and try this and so in two thousand three uh we started eating what of fruits vegetables whole grains beans limited amounts and nuts and seeds in out no no extracted oils you know so we're not doing olive oil canola oil saf lower any of these oils and within twenty days shares cholesterol came down one hundred forty eight points symbol the oval yeah hundred 40 points dropped dropped about fourteen pounds increase in energy.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know
"What they want is the dogged be naturally walking onto beach they see someone flip over in the boat and your dog is supposed to go under the boat fetched the person now what my dog does he went under the boat got the person and then got the boat and told them both in goma goodness how how strong as a dog per pound or whatever compared to people very strong we are so weak it's not even funny we the people on stage or a woman in general i could probably saved one person if the person wasn't flailing too much of freaking out but my adults swiss eu he was about one hundred and thirty pounds at the time he could towing three adults and i have a little dog liuw hand and she was fourteen pounds she could pull in an adult you're hitting knowhow i mean when you say 'to in drive to wrap myself around the dog had generally you will hang on if they have long coat to hang onto the code or if they're wearing a vest handed the vest or if they're toeing the line you rather line can you train any breed to be a kind of useful service dog or there's some breeds that are just useless so really depends on what kind works so in a service dog or really looking for breed that is has high affinity towards humans because if you're hat needing a dog with their eat a seizures need one to wake up like hey by the way we're going to have a seizure wake up i'm where some breeds are pretty aloof like the livestock guardian breeze like a great pierre anatolian shepherd they want to be left alone with their flocks so many interesting things about what dogs can do and what you can do with dogs ya maggie anything to add there were challenge i have very little to argue with i do wanna talk about other things that dogs sniff such as cadavers yes the way that they train cadaversniffing dogs is they made up a synthetic chemicals that mimics chemically the smell of cadaver so you don't actually have to have a fresh cadaver for every cadaver dogs your training is that.
"fourteen pounds" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Fourteen pound selo that's bic pens at such a big child they actually had to sit in the husband out to buy different closed because he wouldn't fit in not had diapers good fit him at the hospital yes i think more to it if you think that speak someone come out with a driver's license that somebody close to the guinness book of world records nineteen fifty five in italy a young lad was born at twenty two pounds twenty two pound so this yes so that that culinary twenty two pounds aid ounces i kid one right on maury show maury has that affect ministries i guess it's so the all right we've done i believe so i could so we will take a break we'll come back with old guy radio i'm tony corner drew listening to the tony kornheiser show life insurance do you have it if you don't why not it's too expensive it's a hassle i didn't have life insurance for a long time and i got life insurance within the last six or seven years because i just sort of found out i probably wouldn't live forever i mean i assumed i would live forever for a long time but now i realise i wanna i wanna make sure that everybody widely behind tass stuff if you don't have life insurance what would financially happen if something happened to the primary earner i wasn't the primary earner i was the only earner okay not primary only life insurance is a good idea to protect the ones around you but where do you go for the best prices on the best policy with the best service.