35 Burst results for "Funk"
AP News Radio
Hot-shooting Funk leads Penn St. to first NCAA win since '01
"Penn State built in 18 point lead late in the first half en route to a 76 59 victory. Senior Andrew funk led them with 27 points a season high and their first NCAA tournament win since 2001. Honestly, it means a lot, and it probably means more than people think because I've only been here for one year, but obviously I went to buck now and Penn State has had a big time Philly pipeline going for a long time. And other games top seeded Kansas speed Howard 96 68, but without coach Bill self for the fourth straight time, number two Texas held off Colgate 81 61, and Arkansas defeated Illinois 73 63. Greg eklund, Des Moines
"funk" Discussed on ESPN FC
"To the fact that it should be the favorites going into the World Cup and their performance is certainly matched. So many Zoom calls do you think? You can do it. A lot of concern. Staying qualified for the final four of the nation's league with a late late winner away against Portugal, maratha, with the close range goal to give them the all important three points, a more on this match. Let's welcome in. Shaka his one. Shaq, I'll tell you what what was telling was the celebrations that we saw at the end of the match. It showed how much this meant to Spain. Yeah, it did. And maybe a little bit surprising. This closer World Cup, I thought this was this game would have been more bold. Who was in better shape, going into katar and the 22. He had over the course of 90 minutes at all Portugal played the battle of battle of the football, though they lacked the lack of finisher. As much as you have Ronaldo on the park, he didn't often and not for lot. Possible to debug, but they didn't do an awful lot themselves until later on in the game and as the game went on kind of dragged on and Portugal dominates and you just wondered if the upset was on. And that's how it proved was Nico Williams came on and set up Alva Murata. So it very much was a smash and grab that if you speed and despite the wind and the final, this close that would come.
"funk" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Because if he gets to a final loser again, a little bit well, you know, another final defeat. So he's got an impossible target to reach, because the team has gone backwards, and I think a lot of the players have gone bottles. And now he's right. You look at Brazil. Brazil have got auto confidence. Argentina the same. They've got a pedigree and a kind of belief that it can actually win this. England don't. And it is fear. It is fair that when it seems to come up against the team that can pass the ball, you'll get B so who's going to have the worst World Cup. I think I'm a guy who's going to be very tough, but I think ultimately Gareth Southgate will have the weight of a nation on it and it will be a disproportionate way to what is actually got to deal with. So I do think that at the end of Gareth Southgate's time in charge of the England team, I think he's fed up with it now. He seems to be fed up with it. I think he's grant 6 years in that job is hard. But he's delivered way more than any of his predecessors apart from the guy who won the World Cup. You know, a lifetime ago for our Friends. So the big problem for England is that if South Gate does go, there's nobody that replacing because they've got this idea that one English manager to reflect the money they put into coaching system. Who are the English managers that could replace go get what the best option is now at Chelsea. So he's not going to give up a Champions League job and the cute as it comes in managing people like Chelsea, what you're looking at Eddie Howe, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lombard, you know, the cupboard is pretty bad. It is. Not long to go then until the start of the World Cup this, of course, the last internationals that we'll see ahead of the tournament that kicks off in Qatar. A torn of the May not be quite as ready as the country hoped. This is mark's report. So this is the blue sail stadium.
"funk" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Be this short passing play out a pressure type of team. Well, when it doesn't work, do something else. And what the U.S. has been good at over the years is use their athleticism. Use a bit of tenacity in a little bit of a chip on their shoulder and get the ball in behind the opponent's defense and press them and win the ball in dangerous areas and create free kicks and nope, we're just going to keep going to the same thing, losing the ball and giving chances to the other team. And look, okay, that's fine. If somehow you're creating chances, but you're not creating chances, you're looking, susceptible at the back. I can understand why a lot of people are nervous. Now it still is a group that you look out on paper and you say, you'll whales aren't a team that's going to particularly scare you. England are in the best of form, but we definitely saw something in that comeback against Germany that shows you that there's something there. And then Iran, who the heck knows what's going to be with that team. At that stage. But this U.S. team has to be better. I mean, they have to be better. You keep talking about, we've got players in the Champions League now, and this and that, well, it's time to show it for the national team. Right, mister angry. Go for it. Well, you know, Greg pro halter's getting crushed on the social media right now because he said it was a positive step for the group. I think you can only probably say that right in the context of what happened in the first game against Japan. Casey's point, I do think there were definitely stretches where there was something positive to take from this game. There was long balls with a purpose. They were getting in behind, especially as Christian Pulisic talked about in that first half. But bottom line, the best chance of the game was a half hour market came from Saudi Arabia. I think they were just as good if not better, the Saudi Arabian team in the second half than the U.S.. So that's really disappointing from a collective standpoint. And then I think the biggest disappointment out of today is the individual performances from guys who had big. I mean, big opportunities. Ricardo peppy getting the start today. And he lays
"funk" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And I know that we're going to do well. And you, of course, sold all the headlines this week, everyone is so happy to see our name back on the team sheet now. You, how are you feeling just overall form and mentally there to getting ready? Because I know there's a lot of pressure on your shoulders. I don't think there's too much pressure. I feel good. I feel healthy. I'm starting to get fitness back. Obviously, I'm going to continue to try to get as much time on the field as I can. You know, at club level as well and get myself prepared for this World Cup. For more on this, let's welcome in, shall we surpass Alexis is much nicer than me, Casey 'cause I decide off I go, that was rubbish, wasn't it? Yeah, it really was not a good performance at all. I mean, there was little little pieces I thought super early in the game where McKinney was making some runs deep trying to stretch the Saudi Arabian defense. Now the good part about that was they didn't have to play through midfield and then lose the ball and then give it back to Saudi Arabia in a dangerous area. But then even though that was having a little bit of success, they stopped doing it. And then playing out of the back, playing through midfield, then even the ability to isolate some of the Saudi Arabian defenders, take them on to one on one. I just never materialized. And so I made this point in the last game against Japan. I understand that you have a game plan. I understand that you want to
Talk Is Jericho
"funk" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The show. And I remember coming back through and Randy said. Yeah, TJ was in. I want to change the finish. Because they were going nuts and I kept dumping and he kept coming in and I was like, hit the knees once you get me. Just hit then he was like, to see if you could go look like greatest greatest mind that I've ever had the pleasure to be in the ring with. That match will always be because that's when you come through and you're like, you know what? I belong. Because the big guys sometimes we get treated a little differently and given opportunities that we're not necessarily we deserve. And TJ Wilson is not going to give that to you. You're the shit. He's going to tell you. He's actually going to enjoy it. And for him to look at me and go, I will work in any place and that to me was one of those things where a guy had a lot of respect from somebody coming from the tutelage and the dungeon and you guys know who can go and can not go because no one trains like you guys trying. So being a part of that, spending so many times getting Harry Smith teaching me how to do Indian death locks, which might have to break that shit out, Trevor. So there you go. That's my favorite match. That's the match where I was like, you know what? Billy gave me the nod, usually he had some criticisms. He was like, nope. That'll do pig. That'll do. That's my favorite match. Well, dude, you got a huge match coming up with Trevor Murdoch. Could be possibly the NWA world champion here. And it's great talking with you, man. Congratulations on all your success. And we always enjoy watching you. And thank you for what you're doing, man. And I enjoy watching you and I consider myself an honorary member of the Chris Jericho appreciation club. There you go. Keep doing what you're doing there. Take care, brother. Thank you so much for your time, boss. We'll see you soon, man. Good luck this week. Cheers man.
AP News Radio
US posted smallest monthly deficit in 2 years in December
"The the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's the the smallest smallest monthly monthly deficit deficit since since December December twenty twenty nineteen nineteen before before the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic when when it it came came in in at at thirteen thirteen billion billion in in just just a a fraction fraction of of the the one one hundred hundred and and forty forty three three point point six six billion billion dollar dollar deficit deficit in in December December of of twenty twenty twenty twenty at at that that time time the the government government was was spending spending trillions trillions to to keep keep the the economy economy from from falling falling into into an an even even deeper deeper covert covert funk funk Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington the the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's
Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones
"funk" Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones
"We do that. We talk about launch strategies. We talk about starting tips. And then lastly but certainly not least we show you how to monetize your podcast and get to the bag but before we dive in. Today i wanna just give you a backdrop of how i've been feeling right and i've been down today was like a funk. I don't know what it is but always being honest open and transparent with you on this podcast as i've said before and as i say again so i wanna just throw that out there. Let you know. That's how i've been feeling but we're going to get into the podcast news and then from there. I'm gonna talk a little bit about what you can do if you're ever in a podcast funk right so let me say this. The pack has news is ultimately sponsored by afros and audio. Podcast festival is going to be november thirteenth to fourteenth. Okay so make sure to hit the link down in the show notes because we have a link as well as we have a promo code row. Take ten percent off on me. If you use the promo code right so make sure they hit that link and make sure that Type in that promo code in family. I've been doing some research right. Because i'm gotta pull the podcast news gotta give it to you hot and ready like little caesars. And one thing that i've been hearing people talk about of course is like spotify rice spotify rolling out doing the video doing the video podcast in for anchor. And it's like we'll we'll we'll people are getting excited but one thing. I did a little bit of research. He and just like my dad used to tell me son. Don't count your chickens before they hatch and basically what he was. Let me me. Let me know his son. Don't get excited too soon. Because of the host of the anxious truth podcast right. They said that spotify video. Podcasts is a dumpster fire they said ultimately it took six days for the podcast episode. The finally get live in then. They said the audience was without audio there without video. They were without being able to hear our tune into their favorite podcast. They were not pleased. Long story short spotify. Come on we got to pick it up. We gotta get it together so let's continue to improve that all right. The next thing is if you ever have trouble sleeping. There's something called snooze cast and snooze cast. they have episodes every monday wednesday and friday and one thing that's dope about them is they will play these stories for you to where you can be relaxed and you can be sued and then you can get a good night's sleep right so this is the podcast that if you're that big of a podcast lover tap in snooze newscasts wherever you listen to.
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"funk" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Turn you into a lean mean healthy cancer fighting machine. And a link to that also is in the episode notes. And for today, that is going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you one more time to doctor Christie funk for, not just joining us here today, but throughout the month of October. To talk about our let's beat breast cancer campaign. Remember, she said as many as 90% of breast cancer cases could be prevented. What a number that is. And for everyone here at the physicians committee, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for listening. And remember, as always, keep it plant based. And let's beat breast cancer..
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"funk" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"It is also so very true when it comes to your health. It's about learning the right foods that fuel your body in the healthiest ways. It's about knowing just how much these little changes can add up to make a big difference. It's also about realizing that so many of these cases can be avoided. And it's about knowing that those who have already been through the breast cancer struggle. Can take what doctor funk has been talking about. And apply it to their life, and they can see their risk of recurrence plummet. It's about sleeping more sadly knowing that you are doing everything you can. To beat breast cancer. And as we wrap up this series, I wanted to share the story of a very special listener with you. Her name is Nadine. And she wrote me right after the first episode of our let's be breast cancer series was released. She said that she wanted to give hope to those who have been diagnosed and are currently going through treatment. And she asked if I would share her story. Here it is. The year was 2018. And Nadine had been busy planning her wedding and finally got to walk down the aisle on one magical day to say I do to the man she loved more than any other. She was ready to spend a long, healthy life with him. But just weeks after their wedding, she found a lump on her left breast. Days later, doctors would tell her that she had tripled negative breast cancer. In Nadine was just 28 years old at the time. She and her husband would spend countless hours consulting with doctors and weighing all of the options. Asking for a second, a third and a fourth opinion. And when they asked one doctor whether her form of cancer was even curable, she was told, quote, we will never know. And it was only then that she began to feel the full gravity of her diagnosis. But that conversation also triggered an incredible will to live. And not only did she fight back physically through treatments, she also began to study up on why someone as young as she was just 28 years old could get breast cancer. And then one day while walking through a bookstore, she spotted a book. It was called how not to die by doctor Michael greger. And she says what she read about breast cancer was a true revelation. This is what she writes about her epiphany. You see, as a millennial, I felt that we were raised on convenience. On formula and fast food. Instant food. I learned from the book that early menarche was already a sign that something was wrong with nutrition. But I loved the American standard diet. I lived in the Philippines, but American food could easily be accessed with various fast food chains that were there. And of course, American restaurants. I also love junk food and I would even call myself a junk food connoisseur. So 6 months before my wedding, I really wanted to slim down. So I started to eat a keto diet. Bulletproof coffee, every single day. And when I would go out for breakfast, I would always just eat eggs and bacon. And so that is a window into her diet leading up to her diagnosis. And it's really not much different from what the majority of people here in the U.S. are eating. But now let's flash forward until after the diagnosis. She says that she had been waiting until after completing her chemo to begin her plant based journey. And shortly after she finished the chemo, she underwent a mastectomy. And the doctors then would give her great news that there were no more traces of cancer and even the lymph nodes and the pet scans were all clear. But still, she said she would go through radiation to finish. But now, she was eating a plant based diet. And this is when she truly began to learn how powerful food choices can be. Here again are her words. When I started, I was also with my chemo classmates. And then it hit me. Some were even younger than I was. But the difference was that I still had my lashes. My hair, and my skin wasn't dull or dry, and I had a ton of energy. I lived just across from the hospital, so I would walk to my radiation appointments every day. And I had to go up and down the stairs and I did it with ease. Well, sadly, some of my classmates were brought in in a wheelchair. I tried my best to share this newfound way of aiding our treatment, but you get the same excuses. And others wouldn't even believe it, and would tell me that their grandparents lived to be 100 without ever being vegetarian or vegan. It's so hard though to see them suffer like that when you know that something can be done. But flash forward to present day flash forward to now, the scans with God's grace are still clear. And I have been vegan since the middle of 2018. Just because I wanted to protect myself from breast cancer, I was also able to lower my cholesterol. And blood pressure. And I've also lost 23 pounds and am back to my high school waistline. It's such an amazing thing what this diet has done for my body and my mind. When fear of the future comes in, I can tell myself, I did all the treatment and now I am also doing everything I can to prevent it from coming back. It gives me a sense of calm knowing that yes. You have control over your disease. You are not at the mercy of cancer. You have the power to overcome it, and to fight. I am so happy to hear that she's doing so well. And I do hope that her story sharing it here today gives hope to those who are currently in the fight. So Nadine thank you so very much for being an inspiration. And if you want to be like Nadine and start to take charge of your health, there are links to everything that we have discussed on the show today right now in the episode notes. We have links to doctor funk's book, breast the owner's manual, we have links to the summit and to take the let's beat breast cancer challenge. And when you take that challenge, which is absolutely free. At let's beat breast cancer dot org, you will also receive a complimentary digital goodie bag that is filled with more cancer fighting tools that can.
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"funk" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Plan for, but some people do know that they're true, they have they don't have the longevity anymore and they know they're not going to be live in the next few years because any cancer you diagnose at that time is not going to take you down. So best not to fret over it and do the screening. All right, so that's the mammogram spiel. Plus, we talked about it. Additional imaging such as ultrasound or MRI when indicated an additional clinical exams, like my high risk BRCA carriers, they see me twice a year. And finally, if you're like me, you always go for the extra credit. So give back, smile, laugh, and love. I just want to remind everybody that my summit is coming up October 1617 at the gorgeous oceanfront. That is a picture of the real place where we are meeting and I'd love to see you there. You can come with a 10% discount if you'd like using the code lbc for let's beat breast cancer ten, or if you can't make it, but really, really want to hear me talk for like 12 hours straight. You can watch the online version at 20% off lbc 20. Both those codes will also give PCRM a chunky donation. So use the codes. If you want to read about the things I'm saying, I do have a book. It's called breasts, the owner's manual. I'd love to see you all join my entirely free online community, where women are empowered. They connect with others. They get education through the cancer kicking site. I've got a kitchen in there with the recipes. One of my favorite favorite things about power up is breast buddies. This is a matching program whereby those who have already been there done that with their breast cancers are matched with some newly diagnosed, age for age, stage for stage treatment for treatment solely for the purposes of friendship and psychosocial support. Lace, the life after cancer epidemiology study followed just under 2000 women for 10.8 years and with early stage breast cancer. And what they found was that those who reported out low levels of psychosocial support and a lack of any and or a lack of any religious affiliation were 57% more likely to be dead at the end of that decade. So I literally created breast buddies because not everybody has a BFF, not everybody likes their family. But everybody can have a breast buddy. It's totally free. You just go in there and you're like, I 47, mastectomy chemo. Like match dot com for breast op pups, all the women that match you, age for age stage for stage and treatment for treatment. And you can look and be like, oh wait, she's got a 12 year old boy. I want to talk to her because I want to talk about that. So anyway, join power up. I love it. I'll see you there. And then finally, we've got our online store. Pink load is elements filled with amazing products many vetted by randomized controlled trials and all of them vegan. And you'll find a lot of products to help deal with side effects of treatments. Finally, if you haven't taken the challenge today is the day. Let's be breast cancer dot org. We've got a four week challenge to help you along the way we provide newsletters and fun giveaways and entire digital goody bag. Before we challenge means that you promise to do your best to follow a whole food plant based diet, exercise more eliminate or limit alcohol and strive to achieve an ideal body weight by doing those four things you will maximally write your scale so that you are in balance and maximally reduce your chances of ever facing a breast cancer diagnosis or recurrence. And that is that. A lot of information there are a lot of valuable, great information there. And as we wrap up here for the month, we put a bow on let's beat breast cancer 2021. A couple of questions for you. Obviously, the focus has been on women throughout the month, but specific to what it was we were talking about at the beginning of this segment. Obesity, I'm wondering if there have been any studies on the correlation of obesity in men and breast cancer risk. Right. And there have been. And it there is a correlation between obese men having a higher risk of breast cancer than non obese men. So there's a short list of things that increase breast cancer in men, but obesity is among them as is klinefelter syndrome if anyone's heard of that. And having a gene mutation. So basically, apply the same principles that you were talking about here. A lot of that goes the same length here with us fellas in the world. And my last question to you is this is also something that we talked about in our first episode of the month. And it was one of the coolest things that I think you have ever said. If somebody takes all of these nutrition tips, we've been talking about. They add exercise to their life. They get up, they get out of the house. They move around. They're eating well. How much lower could their risk be when you can buy all of those benefits together? 80 to 90% drop in breast cancer risk. Love that. The most powerful thing you can do is what you do every single day with deliberation and awareness. What is on the end of your fork? What is top of mind? What are you physically doing? What are you audibly saying? All of these things create a cellular environment that is either stoking cancer or choking cancer. Feeding it or starving it. So these choices are so inextricably tied to health and illness. And they are all a choice, and that's what I love. That's what's so empowering. 80 to 90% and that power is indeed in the palm of your hand. Doctor Kristi funk, thank you so very much for everything. All the hard work that you're doing, certainly being part of our lead breast cancer campaign once again this year. And you are just somebody to admire. So thank.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Celebrities Wait for 'the Stink' Before Bathing Kids
"Why do we need to know about this showering and bathing habits? Have you seen all this nonsense? Milo Kunis and Ashton started to talk about, well, we don't really wash the kids until he smelled the funk. You know, if you see dirt on them, that's one thing, but other than that, babies, you know, kids get dirty, you know, if we pass the smell test, we don't bathe them every week. Are you fucking kidding me? Have you looked on your children's nails after a few days? What are they playing in hermetically sealed fucking rooms? No germs and dirt get in? I don't know what kind of playgrounds these kids are in and what kind of yards they run around in or whatever the fuck. It's a 108° in Los Angeles. Kids are sweating. You've got to wash your kids. You don't get head smells like after a day or two? Believe me, once these kids are 13, 14, they're gonna change them on. A lot of these celebrities, this whole Dax shepherd and Kristen Bell the same way. We don't really want to get rid of the funk. You know, other people who either teach your kids or culture kids or take care of your kids, let's face it. Most of you have nannies on top of nannies. What do they say? And maybe you're not dating them, maybe they're not, these
A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs
"With sisters. My sister laura loves disco. She was that was her jam. Funk soul disco earth wind and fire is probably the one record or the one group that really reminds me of her. I mean she's into the teenyboppers stuff to andy gabe and the osbournes and stuff like that. But when earth wind and fire were super-popular in the disco era chewed often come home from school work and she'd put on some earth wind fire songs and just dance just dance. It was like a stress reliever for her. But stephen i would just kind of sit there and watch her dancing. She seemed so happy to be lost in this music. And when i started seventh grade we had school dances as you know. You probably had them to john and it didn't know how to dance very well so she showed me how to do. Some basic moves with like earth wind and fire songs and then progressive other moves. That were little. More advanced beginner disco. But it worked and i never had problems asking girls to dance. Because i wasn't embarrassed by my lack of rhythm on the dance floor. I wish older sister damn should've gotten the begged her for it. Man i needed so much help in that period of my life. The record that i really love by the band is their nineteen seventy seven album all in all and like many earth wind and fire records. It has this egyptian theme. It's almost sifi which i love. I love sci-fi stuff but it has solid and varied songs from start to finish. Of course there are some huge hits on this record. Serpentine fire and fantasy and jupiter was at the top of the charts. Peaked out at number three on the billboard. Hot one hundred triple platinum so telling folks to listen to nine hundred seventy seven earth when fire all in all. It's not much of a risk. You're not risking much. Listen to this record. So all in all from earth wind and fire from nine hundred seventy seven. That's my that's my sibling. pick thanks to laura. Thank you laura. What a great choice and a
The Secret of George Clinton's Success
"Is george clinton so important. George clinton outside of creating this entire mythology this entire cosmos unto itself of the parliament. Funke delic world. He musically really innovated at at every step and lay down a lot of foundations for stuff that we enjoy today. You know he really took say like the rhythmic formula of james brown. They talk about the emphasis on the one the first beat but then also took great influence from jimi hendrix and the beatles. Sergeant pepper's like. I like to think of parliament. Funke delic the heard sergeant peppers and just kept doing that but but also elevating it and bringing it into that whole that whole like a concept album thing in the psychedelic. Rock influenced the kind of stretch that across this large body of work and really created like a new paradigm for music and for thinking about music and the mythology behind the art
News, Traffic and Weather
Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space
"Day ever Jeff Bezoza and his crew of space tourists back on Earth after launching from West Texas supporters Blue Origin spacecraft. For a sub orbital flight to the edge of space, experiencing a few minutes of zero gravity and from the sound of it. Oh, wow. It just seems like they enjoyed it. The flight just 11 minutes long Bezoza, taking the short trip with his brother Mark and two others 82 year old aviator Wally Funk, now the oldest human ever in space. An 18 year old Oliver Demon, now the youngest blue origin broadcaster Libby Casey, saying today was a long time coming 15 consecutive missions to get to this point. It's so much different when you put people on board Bastos, hoping his flight will spark a new generation of space travelers, But I was a little kid, you park astronauts inspired me. Things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal for what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News Redmond. Police are trying to clarify some
Dr. Fauci Melts Down During Questioning by Sen. Rand Paul
"Before the Congress and I do not retract. Statement. This paper that you're referring to was judged by qualified staff up and down the chain as not being gain. Of function. What was let me finish shaking animal virus and you increase his trance ability to humans, right? You're saying that's not gain of function? That is correct. And Senator Paul, You do not know what you are talking about. Quite frankly, and I want to say that officially do not know what you are talking about. Okay, You get one person. It's from the NIH. Can I gain of function? This is your definition that you guys rode. It says that scientific research that increases the Trans milady about transmissibility among animals is gain of function. They took animal viruses that only a current animals and they increase their transmissibility to humans. How you can say that is not gain a funk. It is not. It's a dance and you're dancing around this because you're trying to obscure responsibility for four million people dying around the from a pandemic. Wow. Sure he's not used to that sort of thing. He sank G Do I prefer the green room at CNN to this. They know damn well that you are on the other foot. They've been bringing charges against. Fauci. They refer to the criminal division of the Justice Department and on and on and on, because that's the nature of the force that we oppose. Cut nine go.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space
"Well we might as well telegraph. It's not dennis shall we can can you. Can you tell not only not only. Can you tell the denizens not here. But it's a. It's a telegraphed in advance that. It's me your texas show. Buddy mark davis morning host here at six sixty a answer in dallas fort worth where i do the best possible show. Prep imaginable for the dennis prager show. It's called doing my own program that ended just one hour ago seven to ten central time. That is my playground and man If we had a bunch talk about an a lot of it that is of course originating here in my beloved lonestar state is of great national interest so there are a few things. I'm gonna do today. So whenever i'm blessed to come here and and hang out for dennis always lay down a little thumbnail sketch of what we're going to do. It is july twentieth of twenty twenty one a date of huge significance to me because i am At least here in dfw. And maybe nationally the go-to space dork in american radio. And it's because. I'm old enough to be that and old enough to remember fifty two years ago today when neil armstrong lay down those historic footprints along with buzz aldrin. I in the sea of tranquility fifty two years ago today. The footprints on the moon tonight at ten fifty six eastern time nine fifty six central. Do your math elsewise. And i got a couple of things to say about that. And especially wow today and this was the day that jeff bezos decided. Let's go ahead and do it today. Because they wanted it to have some historic significance in it certainly does jeff bezos and his little brother and some dutch teenager and the wonderfully named wally funk. A woman a an eighty two year old woman who is a member of what was called the mercury thirteen. You may remember the mercury seven those were the actual astronauts six of whom went up deeks laden did not but he got to run the astronaut office later on so i guess that's a that's a little bit of makeup but they had thirteen women who may put through various stages of training a whole lot of them did really really well and while he was one of them and she's a local woman she lives just a few miles west of where i am here in the dfw area and she and the whole flight was eleven twelve minutes there. You go very reminiscent. In a spacecraft called the new shepard s. h. e. p. a. r. d. like alan shepherd in emission very reminiscent of his
The Dan Bongino Show
Jeff Bezos Goes to Space
"Has taken humans to space is blue origin, launched its first manned mission to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Here's a B CS Alex Stone, too. One after so many test missions. Jeff Bezoza, his brother, along with Wally Funk, the oldest person ever in space in Oliver Damon, the youngest ever making their trips 66 miles above ER after floating around in the capsule, Jeff Bezoza radioing in blue Control, based on the best day ever. Blue origin. New Shepard capsule floating back with parachutes out making a landing on the desert floor. Alec Stone EVC nears.
"funk" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Funk here on this Monday afternoon. It's for 50. Thanks so much for joining us. It's Chicago's afternoon news. John Hanson in for Steve Bertrand, and of the many things that Covid 19 messed up for all of us. The court system saw seismic changes, especially at 26th in California, although I don't think it was ever fully closed, as some people will say, but Things are getting back to normal there to channel nine. Sean Lewis joins us, Sean, How you doing, my friend I'm doing all right. How are you doing? I'm doing to hear you here. Yeah, it's good to chat with you again, Sean, and, uh, Yeah. I mean, the the big limestone courthouse didn't shut down completely. But we're seeing this Come back to normal. Is it completely back to normal today? Yeah, it's not completely back to normal. But, you know, I talked to a public defender, one of the management in the in the office there and she said today was probably the best day she's had at work in the last 16 months because everyone in the office at least is back the courtrooms themselves. Some of them are somewhat open. Others are still virtual, and that's because there's still a six ft rule in place for the courthouse. So you have all the staff members there. You don't have a lot of the cases there yet, and they're waiting on Chief Judge Timothy Evans on Friday will be putting through an order that will Reduce that six FT. Distance to three FT. Which will allow about 80 more courtrooms to be able to get up and running with trials And that will happen finally on the 23rd. So you're still seeing this ramping up, but you're seeing some progress. And they need it, John because you're talking about almost 30,000 felony cases in Cook County that are backlogged right now, and each one of those has to be dispensed with in some fashion either pleaded out or has to go through a full trial. Are they taking those? I guess you could say as it were, like, you know, chronologically when they got backed up, then they get whooped or is it Severity of crime. How are they adjudicating When of these cases in what order? They're going to be regulated on as we go forward, and some of them will be put through on on that chronological scale if they were supposed to go to trial if they were separate trial Perhaps last spring summer fall. They're going to be going first. And then they'll get to probably some more severe, uh, crimes that need to be adjudicated. And then they'll go through the lesser ones as well. One thing you need to note is that defendants have a right. To what's called the speedy trial clock. Now that is something that goes along with the U. S Constitution, your right to have a speedy trial. Uh, Illinois codified it in law. So you have If the defendant says, I want to speedy trial that starts o'clock, it's either one of 20 days if you are locked up or if it's 160 days, if you're out and you have the trial has to start within that amount of time. Now Some defendants and defense attorneys may use that with this big backlog to try to gain the system. You will right and try to say Okay, we're ready to go. You have 120 days. The prosecutors then have to get ready for the case. And if they're not ready, then the case gets dismissed. But they have to be careful because The defense has to be ready because if The prosecution is ready and the defenses I'm ready to go, Uh, but they're not that will catch them. And then they have to be very careful about that. I know Other lines of work can hire extra workers. Well, that's a whole other story to try and catch up on orders or whatever the case may be, obviously court systems way more limited. There's a set amount of judges, right like there isn't a lot of flexibility and what you can do to move things along faster. So one thing that raised my eyebrows today. I talked to Chief Judge Evans today and he said we have, uh, we have emergency judges. Oh, and my eyebrows raised and I said, do you have just have a bank of judges somewhere that we don't know about and he goes actually, what it will be, is that we have this. This is something that they've come up with in the pandemic. They have a list a roster of judges who used to be in the criminal court system but now have switched to other divisions of the court system. So if they need to, if they have, like this big rock come in, and they need to get those off the backlog. What they'll do is they'll call on these other judges who are now trying civil cases or family cases, and they'll pull them back. Criminal court in order to get through that backlog in time. Yeah, I want to be on the emergency judge list. I have some, don't we all. Hey, it sounds like a fun was to be. Yeah, right. Like a substitute teacher. I know they're qualified to but, you know. Hey, let me be a judge Sean. Next for your time today, we appreciate it. Thanks, John. Good to talk to you. All right. Each day at this time, we'd like to take a temperature check in the newsroom kind of look at stories, which are hot which stories are cold. All of it brought to you by our great global sponsor. American weather makers heating and cooling the 60 minute, Men Lord lap Go what you're watching today. Well, I'm definitely definitely going to bring this up in the five o'clock news, but we finally have our three winners for the first drawing of the $100,000 prices. 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"funk" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"The terry funk part of that movie is in a lot of ways the most boring because he's such a normal guy like you're seeing jake the snake who's just an absolute maniac time you're seeing mick foley who's got the match with the rock and it's crazy. The terry funk part is just about an aging guy who who was struggling to let go and as all these injuries. Oh my god dip. Do you remember the tariff part. Well from beyond that ideal. I recently watched it like. Okay do the amazing part. I thought about things that mean. Something you may. Maybe one of the most meaningful things i've ever watched in wrestling and we should get barry blaustein on who made the movie who was supposed to get on around around was supposed to have him on. You should meet up with him by the way why he listens to this. Show that when i saw it i thought about that when i saw it. I'm like this is one of the greatest things i've ever seen in by the way. I wonder if you and i are going to think of. I wonder if you're going to mention the same terry funk moment in movie that that was found to me i probably at this point it has to be but be terry funk moment around the guy in his town who desperately wants to be a bar of the yes is it. It is legitimately if you love wrestling it encapsulates wrestling as well as anything. I've ever seen done on it ever in history in a moment. I've never had a moment even talk about it until right now but when you're watching that movie and there is this guy who desperately wants to be a part of the farewell terry funk show in amarillo he desperately wants to be a part of it it is i. We gotta talk to block about how he figured out that this would be such a great storyline in it he catches terry funk are talking to him. And he's like terry blew me off blah blah blah and in the end. Terry this mench that he is this mench of a man that is just. Let's this kind of lovable loser in wrestling. Who lives in the town. He has him referee the match between him. And bret hart i. It's unbelievable. It's really unbelievable. It's profound truly. I that that's that's the greatest moment in the movie. In my opinion it's it's so true it is the entire. That movie has so many things in terry's part kind of follows this even very boras a strong word but just a sort of like calm pace at and but this part is so touching it so deep about how much people love this business. This guy never got to do anything in that moment. No he was a former wrestler. I believe no he was. But i mean he never got a he was a local guy never had his day he never had his day and he just he just wanted to be the card. And so you just couldn't believe that terry didn't allow even have like what are the opening matches. And he's like this guy's on the car this guy's on the card. And when terry casually like you wanna recommended it and he's like do i wanna do i wanna rep the main event. There's nothing i would miss anything. Direct the main of that. It's the it is a on getting choked up. You gotta watch guy got. It isn't an unbelievable moment. And i love that. We both think we've both share that. Because now i didn't think you were going to say that moment. Yeah this is the touching moment. This is the moment you can't afford to miss I actually speaking of moments. I can't afford to miss quite literally. That would be my three hundred dollars therapists to i need to call in about thirty seconds Okay but Next week dip is a big week. miss hatton deny are heading to houston first thing friday morning to go. Dan rank man. Oh by the way she's a greg now so we before we close the show. And i know i'm so overdue on emails. There's a lot we haven't done. As she had russia to get through shad gaspard black power rankings. So much happening. The world doesn't get ready for money in the bank but we probably the most important thing is that dip. And i share with you an idea that i had last weekend. That is very important for the universe to know for some reason. I know the reason. I know the reason i was watching independence day because i watch it every year and i'm obsessed with independence day and this year was twenty five years and i believe it's the greatest action disaster film of all time and i was watching the movie and i obviously just kept saying to natalie. Will smith would come on our behavior rageh and you know i was pointing out the people who were great guys. Were not great guys. And then i said to natalie i you know what you can describe every movie ever made just based around. Who's a great guy. And so that became a new game that i would like to introduce the universe. Feel free to send your emails to roseburg. Beats at gmail.com or tweet them at rosenberg. Radio let us know describing an entire movie. Just around greg i and democracy in. I'll let you give the audience the first one because it's perfection. They will understand it and then we can all participate as the years. Go on so he rosenberg sent me a couple of them and i you know i said i'm gonna i'm gonna wanna you. Yeah he said he said. Give me if. I gave him very casual. I gave him like. Hey the planets in trouble. Aliens have attacked. There's a fifteen mile of spaceship above manhattan in washington. Will smith shows up. It turns out he's greg and that's basically the entire description but dipped takes it to the next level please and i wrote some naive girl with a dog gets caught up in a tornado. Ends up in a town with a bunch of lunatics. Only way to get home if they ask them. Old powerful white dude finally finds him behind the curtain. Turns out. he's like erica. That's.
"funk" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"By and what's the third thing that was the third thing that otis was the third thing. Why did come to your mind this week. What was it specific. Like sick and tired of i love otis. When he was in heavy. I loved heavy machinery. And then when they broke up like otis is gonna you know. He won money in the bank. I was like oh this is going to have this great run. and then it was just totally squandered. He was like the one person not the one. But like in that group of alistair black andrade like montana's forward like the next wave of stars in my opinion of people who really could be carried it into the next era. I felt like otis was one of them and i feel like there's maybe some rub that they don't see that that him the same way the i i've i've said it a thousand times on the show. Yeah to me. He's the chris farley like he could be so funny he could just such a character entertains. Vince vince loves that type of physical humor and stuff and i just felt like he. He could have been one of the guys. Maybe he's still will be but for right now like he just i just. This is not working for me anymore. It i'm telling you. I'm telling you it should have been so basic it should have been but the pitches just. Hey vince. you ever seen you ever seen the Tommy boy movie or black sheep and vince would go want by alice. Is that and then go tommy boy. Black sheep really popular movies anyway. Here's the deal. There were these two guys. Chris farley. I've heard of that guy and david spade. No idea the hell that is and you go. Well here's the deal. They did the movies. One was the wacky lovable. Fat guy and the other one was the annoying but fun. Funny uh skinny. Got and we copy that. And we do it. With otis and chad gable and it's funny an awesome and then overtime chad gable really improves otis. And he wins and they become this lovable tag team and then one day. Obviously the turn would be that. Shad gable turns on otis. Yeah it's like to me. That could have worked as one of those secondary funny things for a good year of them being tommy boy and black sheep. it would by the way Otis told me in real life real life. Stories of chad gable catching him at night sneaking to the elevator with food from the lobby of our hotel and dave will be like. What are you doing man like. That's their real relationship. Yeah i mean it would have been so easy. So yeah i i agree. This was too soon. What a weird year for otis. When you think about it from that money in the bank business where we are now. It's a strange strange time. We could talk about terry funk for a second because he is a very dear person to me. I didn't know you too close very close very close but you should you. Should you should know we did this earlier. But please give give your thoughts on terry funk terry heights i already expressed that. He's that he's actually probably really not often. Enough mentioned unlike the mount rushmore. Potentially like that's how great e he is. But yeah i would say his. I'll let the listeners know. His last name is actually dipper and he's my father. Oh my god and you guys. You guys are so similar stylistically. Young as people like the way that you carry yourselves. I find you both to be very. It's interesting because he gave me my first branding iron at a very young age Note will not allow people know this but when dip was bar mitzvah and he got up there and they said now at the synagogue the the woman who was the leader of the sister whatever she gave him a khitish cup and then terry funk gave him a branding iron right there at his bomber. That's what a moment to get the khitish trump and the branding iron at the same time. I and i'd like to thank zack. Lender is the only person who's laughing at this moment. okay. I will tell you that the It is i think well-documented on this podcast. That one of the first events that i ever watched ever as a I mean it was the first thing that was ever taped for me on a vhs. The first event ever was wrestle. War eighty nine You know with with you know. Great muto was like i was scared of great muda when i was younger and he wrestles in the first match against the gilbert. The highlight of that event was the thirty minute match between the barn burner between steamboat and flair and in that match terry funk that's the match where terry funk turns on flair and they begin their feud all yeah and so to me terry funk is meaningful in that he was i had no idea who he was when i was three two three years old. I mean i'm i'm born in nineteen eighty seven. This was taped for me. Nineteen eighty nine. I'm two years old watching wrestling so literally i. You know it's crazy to think that but it's true. That was the first event. I still have it at at at at at Towers two point now the vhs. It's a relic and also taped on that tape is like you know old superstars episodes in a bunch of other stuff from that era but anyway so I had no idea who he was. I thought he was just like you know a fan or someone turning on flair because he. He's easing that tuxedo when he challenges him or whatever and then he piled drives him on the table outside the ring announcers table and that was like such a profound moment for me that i was like stat like one. Not just you look was one of the moments that hooked me interested. not just. that wasn't just you. That was one of that was one of the most extreme moments of all time at that time. Yeah no one had ever done anything like that in a real way so Cheers the terry funk. He's made yeah. I abs- i. I don't i don't want to bore the listeners by saying all again. So i won't but i wish i just. He is such a lovable guy. And i also also should say if there is the random ten percent of our audience listening which i bet there is a random ten percent that has never watched beyond the mat. Go stream beyond.
"funk" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"The arresting officers smelled alcohol on his breath. They claim that he failed a field sobriety test. And that's when he took him in and this is took this on monday and do we know what he blew. Yeah they're alleging that his blood alcohol level after taking a breathalyzer was point two zero five. S you have you Represented anyone in this kind of case before i have not really. You've not had a dui you don't do you is now. I have not although honestly though if if i did though i would. This is not legal advice. This is just what i think i would do in this type of case is i would just try to challenge the field. Sobriety tests challenge the breathalyzer challenge everything. I'm assuming that's how he because he was arrested. Prior with the dui and got yeah he got found not guilty. And i'm assuming that that's what happened that they just attacked the evidence because no evidence. There's no case. So that's what i would do. Yeah that's probably the that's probably what you what you do in these situations but I do believe that that is a very high number. Yes the legal limit is point zero eight. I believe this is almost three times more than double close to three close to triple Listen this this is a super uncomfortable thing. It's all alleged we don't know i'll just say If this is true and if this is in fact wouldn't it be number four. I believe so. Yes i just hope someone is able to you know. Pull him aside and help him get the help that he needs. Because at this point you know honestly let's be real after one like you're obviously someone who needs some help after one like if there were to be a second one right like and by the way off in the people who get one are people who are in need of help. There are a lot of people who never get one and are in need of help. There are a lot of people who get one and then they're like wow. This is impacting my life. I need to take a look in the mirror here but as yuji. It seems to me that anyone who's up in this number of them and is not living at this point Their best attempt at a sober lifestyle. My my guess is you're someone who's really in need of help and it's it's it's It's really sad. A really bums me out man. And i don't know it got me to thinking about our interview with roman last week like did you notice the part when we talked to him about the twin life that you brought up How he talked about how like he had wanted to be a twin but then like when he saw everything entailed he was kind of. Like you know what i'm good. Yeah yeah he's i remember him saying that he's he's glad to be a one of one eight. I don't know it. i thought there was. I thought it was interesting. I thought it was interesting so I really he has a perspective on that too. Because there's a it's not just jimmy and j. There are a lot of twins in our family. Didn't romans a he personally as two sets. Yeah and then Ricky she is twin. i think we're and the tonga kid. A twins so like twins all over that that family so I really feel bad about this man. This is the biggest moment potentially of jimmy's career so far yeah So i really hope he figures it out and then And i guess we don't know what's going on with the wwe side of it now. Wwe has not said anything. I guess people will find out tonight. If you know the speculation is going to be what it is you know if jimmy shows up people are gonna speculate that. They didn't do anything if if he doesn't show up. They're gonna speculate that he's being punished They haven't said anything but people will have their fodder for speculation. I guess tonight When smackdown those off the air we still won't know anything because they wouldn't have said anything but people you trying to fill in their own blinks a little bit better tonight. Yeah we'll we certainly send the best out to Jimmy specifically in those those. I hope everyone Figures out a way to get a handle around this and that's always say about it so we until we know more down the line yeah and then onto some some more fun news sm- w news out of the way what's the other. Oh my gosh. I i completely forgot about this one to terry funk We found out this week that tie funk is in an assisted living facility and is living with dementia and that that one is very sad news. That won't bump me out man yeah One of the one of the great wrestling minds of all time. One of the really great you know personalities too. Yeah and it's crazy to. We tried to pin down his age. Terry funk could be if somebody told trifocals one hundred years old you would believe it based on just everything. He's done you know what i mean and has been everywhere. He's seventy six right And listen him making it. Seventy six years is pretty amazing when you think about this But at the same and so you wanna go like well. He's a hell of a run and that's great but going out this way You know that this is just going to be a growing dementia situation. No matter how long your run was such a cruel ending you know. Yeah there's actually episode of the daily this week about some developments that are being made in terms of alzheimer's medication potentially but this is just something that we have. Scientists not figured out so we send our best all the love to terry funk. Man i if you're if you're not a terry funk fan if you don't enjoy terry funk's work. Yeah you're you're not a wrestling fan. You're for real. Because he comes through in every era whatever era of wrestling you mess with terry funk has something for you and especially like if you're a fan of like the hardcore extreme style gets terry should definitely be guy what he invented it he is. He is definitely like either the founding father or one of the forefathers so he should be a guy for sure. So you have it with the classic. Nwea everything all over the place but florida specifically you have you have Obviously wcw you have. I mean every every region there was every territory there was he was part of but then nationally major runs with every with w w with wwf. You know in the mid eighties. He bounced back to all of them throughout all the years yet was a key key figure in e c w truly cemented itself on the national landscape. Then goes back to. Wwe as the late runs as chainsaw. Charlie he did it all he absolutely did it all. He's he is someone who probably doesn't get thrown around with the term goat enough. He's probably someone who belongs on more mount rushmore But he was never the number one star necessarily in any promotion you know maybe maybe in texas where he's from but you know in terms of nationally he'd he wasn't ever the guy on tv. Yeah i mean bear. Feel strongly to give. Terri roughly sours. But that's the thing to. He never needed to be like he showed up and was a big deal no matter what even when he popped the best chainsaw charlie. It wasn't like okay. This old man needs to sit down somewhere. It was like i promise problems who have come across chase. Oh charley yeah man we just send the all the love in the world out to terry funk. I wish i'd gotten to spend time around him for all the people i've been around in time i've spent around wrestling ever really that i recall never spent time around terry funk That's one bad motherfucker we love. We love terry funk. So what was the happy news as she smackdown enrolling loud coming together not next week. They're going to be in..
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Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson Compete in Space Race
"Is heating up. Just weeks before Amazon founder Jeff Bezos his history making launch into space, Richard Branson now says he's going to do it first with his Virgin Galactic space flight Unity 22 astronaut there is there one Richard Branson. Will be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience. It will be the company's first fully crewed spaceflights. Branson will be joined by two pilots and three other mission specialists. Virgin Galactic spacecraft launches from beneath a custom carrier airplane before being shot to the boundary of earth and space, reaching supersonic speeds within eight seconds. Fire fire The window to launch opens July 11th just nine days before Jeff Bezoza launches with his brother and two others aboard Blue origins, New Shepard, Do you see the earth? From space changes you It changes your relationship with this planet with humanity. It's one Earth one of the seats on that flight selling at auction for $28 million for an 11 minute flight to the edge of the atmosphere and on Thursday bases, announcing that 82 year old Wally Funk Will be his honored guest on that flight. She underwent astronaut training in the sixties but never flew to space. Now, she tells bezoza what she'll say after this flight. I will say, Honey, that was the best thing that ever happened to me. And while SpaceX has announced its plans for its all civilian flight, its founder, Elon Musk won't be on it. Still, he has been awarded the major NASA contracts and has sent astronauts to the International space station. But Branson is trying to become the first of the three to soar into weightlessness. Ending his surprise announcement with the teas, and when we return, I will announce something very exciting to give more people the chance to become astronauts. Because space does belong to us all, and the company says
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"funk" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Is about like. I said he looked like barney five. He looked like don knotts. And that was one impressions. He'd do it at happy hour There's there's funny. Yeah you're exactly right. Ron passed away in nineteen ninety-three so But good dude and all he did was he did a very Length will and that offended offended night and again it was like you're really getting so this must be working if you are just off your smart to the business and you're pissed off it's working. That may be working to these other folks out their names as heard say the inter lands and it did work. You know the show that that was a great marriage and you know i god flair and talk. You couldn't so come on so he got over it. S we all know but he did get his feelings hurt but he was out of the he was out of the picture. He didn't want to be out of the picture. That was the angle how the was set up to self. Somebody's got to be out of the pitcher for a while this injury if people are drawn from their head on tables outside the ring very often. So that's kind of where that was a was just off for all about that. Let's let's talk about Ricky steamboat terry fox is gonna main event clash of the champions against ricky steamboat. More steam. it wins by q. Because funk has repeatedly hit steamboat with a ringside mike and It's pretty amazing when you think. About how timeless. Terry funk is this is happening fourteen years after he won the world title and he still main eventing clash of the champions. But he's on a collision course with ric flair. They finally me a great american bash in baltimore. July twenty third nineteen eighty nine eight drew the biggest and best gate. Wcw had until nineteen ninety six so quite the spectacle here pin faulk with an inside cradle even after funk debuted his new manager gary hart the match itself is one that fans still talk about Flare occasionally watch this one. I know he Called and ask me. Hey what was i wearing the purple and a russell focused yet. I wanna watch that. What was that great. American bash eighty nine rick out of your way to see it. It's a great match. Not my favorite they had. We're going to get there in a moment one a moment it was. What about gary hart. Though terry funk is a hell of a promo why did we think we needed gary. Hart was it to make sure. The fans booed him. That was a consideration about doubt. 'cause rick had not made that full transformation into they deface land. Yeah he resisted that quite frankly long time because he have more fun being a heel. Rick love to be booed. She loved to that. That sort of interaction. Where the where. They live audience but You know he'd been around so long and so beloved and respected more importantly because his work ethic and his skill set that people are starting to cheer him anyway. But i think gary would make with stacked the deck a little bit more against each therefore making it more easily to motivate the artists to cheer flare the underdog because gary was a looming bigger on the outside gary. Hart would a small guy for six two or three that great facial expression. And we didn't need gary to cut the promos for terry unless terry wasn't there then you had a great one of the great representatives that you could get cutting promos for this this angle. I think that was the situation there. And i can promise you that if rick and terry had not endorsed it and liked it. Check the box not been not have been in the picture. The talents made sure that happened. For whatever reasons they may have had You may talk. Rick time at a family reunion or something about asking how to gary hart get picked. Right was that your idea was a terry's idea was hurts idea but it might be you know. I don't underestimate that either. I think that that was the reason. Gary was sensitive established. He'll that he made. These would make terry a even more hated. He'll he was gonna make rick even eight more beloved new maybe says well gary forms the j tex corporation and terry funk and the great mood are put together and now they're gonna face sting and ric flair halloween havoc not regular match non-district cage match but an electrified cage match before we get there. We should talk about the build up that got a lot of people. Upset terry fox is going to put a plastic bag over ric flair's head in an attempt to suffocate him on the the the legend goes that This got mr hurd summoned to ted turner's office. Hey the fucker you knew in down there. What are you remember about this a minute. It got corporate. Yeah got it. I'm not so sure ted give you shit. But his board and his his underlings shit alive and so it was a a major deal for a while But you know. Nobody got dozer job so i always say what must have done. A shirt had had to do the do this..
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Goggle Bonks: The Only Dating App To Offer Augmented Reality Glasses
"In today's current contemporary and increasingly now now now world online dating is taking the hardship out of courtship and putting the microchip into relationship in the information super search for computerized compatibility cyber savvy singles or finding love and lots else. Besides through apps like tinder grinder bumble tingle hinge funk buddy lovey-dovey ding dong squelch and flip but that all to familiarized first date disappointments when your internet and namrata and their profile pic. Just don't jibe well. Enter goggle bunks. The only dating to offer augmented reality glasses or lear goggles which filter augment and where necessary conceal your dates appearance while ensuring that you to put your best face forward using up to the minute motion tracking filters fug lee recognition protocols. You and your dates lear goggles. Meaning you'll never see one another at anything less than you're photo shopped best. Well the thrust count on my dick bit was way down so i decided to give it a whirl moment my date walked in i saw fireworks but once that glitch had been fixed and despite some intermittent facial buffering do choose the venue with good wifi. We both had on average nice to enchanting time especially during lulls in conversation. And the best thing about the lear system. The first dates free. Then if you and your big old boy wanna make a genuine lasting commitment admittedly not an issue for the vast majority of users bunks offer a range of long and not so long term payment plans weekend. Whirlwind five week fizzle six month dead end monogamy and the top tier monogamy. Gold were each granted. Full control of the others virtual off and yes. There are licensed celebrity likenesses available tech tip. We found the less. You both talk the more convincing the experience. So soon you'll be racking up the thrusts here more or less destroyed as a twit or slap me up on by
Nearly One Million People Signed up for Obamacare Coverage This Spring
"People signed up for the affordable Care act. President Biden extended enrollment until mid August, so even more people may sign up. Health and Human Services Secretary Javier Becerra says because of additional money from the American rescue plan, they've been able to reduce premiums by 40% for about two million enrollees who've signed up since April, and premiums fell 25% for those who signed up in February and March. Last fall during regular enrollment. More than eight million people signed up for Obamacare, and these numbers are only from the 36 states that participate in the federal exchange. Jessica Rosenthal funks News.
Huddle Up with Gus
"funk" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Tournaments and stuff but i consider myself not gang often but entities. Yeah so you're a man guy or wake what's your game like. Are you call duty guy. Yeah i'll played been into this racing game with my buddy recently will play for like five dollars a race this race around different cars But really anything. It's just like to compete so whenever can compete with people. United video game is where you got your hat on your vegas hat on sodium. You d play. Nhl my kids called chill. I call My one of my buddies is from candidate in. He grew up in tampa and he Lived with us for a few months. I didn't tell his big hockey is completed. Nhl every night and he'd be every night 'cause it's very technical game but that's when got big hockey and the He goes you got picked team now. Because i got so into it and he goes. The lightning are so good. I'm not letting you pick the lightning. Ms us be ban wagner. Gen mike okay. So i'm always some vegas my coaches in vegas. They're branded team. When this was going on the nightstand and they got a good goal. They took our goalie from pittsburgh. Marc andre fleury. So i love that guy. I don't know why we let him go. But i guess our goal is doing. Okay now i mean. We just have a couple of players on our team. That are pretty good. Sidney crosby guinea can but the nights are good. I mean it was an awesome to see how well they did when a move there you know. And i'm just hoping on my buddies at the raiders can do the same thing. Yeah i'll be i would. It's vegas deserves teams that it is fun to be there. The stadiums incredible have you. Have you seen the new raiders facility. Is there yesterday in drove right passage crazy from that from outside. I haven't been inside. It seems like it's just like a spaceship has landed right in the middle of vegas. That's what it looks like. It looks like roomba those vaccines good to call my buddy. What are you in the room murray. Now that's good one well hopefully that they don't have a lot of dirt to clean up this year. Because last year was a little little hairy. But i'm excited for jacksonville can do really well and I i think that you're going to have a lot to cheer for sure that you hope you get the the in your fantasy league. I'm sure do you play fantasy football. i do. I love fantasy football on i. Hopefully i'll take of lawrence in the draft though lansing. You gotta go at your and cure the first pick who you take him running back. Probably see mad. Maybe yeah normally wait until around again. My quarterback yeah. Yeah 'cause they they come and go. But i don't know there's a couple of guys out there like i took lamar last year in my fantasy and and you know because he's like a he's kind of like a slash runner thrower like sometimes he runs through as many yards he throws for and it's like he just gets crazy points. You know it's like you're picking fancy you wanna go with your heart but you also want to go with the guys who gets the most point so i could see you not wanting to take Trevor but But then you know you're going to be watching them every week and and saying man it's just something about fantasy that makes the nfl a little bit more fun. It does it gives you some to. It's kinda like betting. But oh man i get. My son is off a fan. That'd be great and subjecting it is it is and now you know like picking. Who's going to win tournaments in soccer and like there's just so much makes a great and in pittsburgh and pennsylvania. You're allowed to do sports book. You know we were talking about everything you do in and and You know kind of some of your hobbies an and teams you follow and then i want to know where our fans and the people that are listening to the show can follow you. If you don't mind sharing like how they can follow taylor with your social media or what you're doing now and if you have any favorite charities i we talk about the hobbies Miami funk scored taylor k. underscored t y l a war and we're t funk ten thirty and you know my every charity Carrying the full of honor golf and you know love what they do for the Folders families and all that and Always been any military organisation cannot warriors run word project and My dad's kind of sparked my interest in the military and our country. And getting back to. Then yeah okay. I mean i think all them are are wonderful and and make sure that you fall. Follow all those and and You know. I've had manly many many many family members that have been in the military so supporting them and in any way possible is wonderful. Thank you for doing that. And then one last thing. I wanted to ask you a trying. Remember the name of your dad's course out in colorado that he's working with it's called reindeer that's it rain. Dance said nah. That's an awesome. So if you been out there and got to Wins it gonna be ready. what's it. What's the prognosis out. There probably talking spring of twenty twenty two awesome awesome nail. Has he been like. I mean i know. I talked to you dad before but is he. Is he excited about it and talk about it. A lot like is is pretty pumped about this opportunity. Talks on those right now about it. Yeah that that would be a really cool to finally get you know. There's a lot of guys that do that but to be able to go out design your course put it in building the way you want That would be amazing. No better place than colorado. You get the ball out there. Yeah it's funny world shortest offer gonna offer up we will. We will share that part with them. He's fine with it but that might be the place your out drives them so yeah. I'll let you guys know the second happens non. I'll never let him down. I'm sure you won't that'll be. I was just showing these guys. There's there's an app called me matic that you can make like cool crazy names on all kinds of stuff on. I use it to take pictures of my friends. Sent to him when i pick on him and But i'm sure you'll do that to your dad as well Mike kids do that to me all the time. Yeah we need to. We always to give my dad crap. You normally takes pretty well and it's.
Huddle Up with Gus
"funk" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Ricky's always been super nice but those those guys have been awesome. Obviously every time tiger tees it up hopefully he will be able to again but tiger. So what do you think that is that guys get to the top. And then they fall back a little bit right that they've played so well and then is it just like man. I got here in natal. Just take a breath and let down a little bit or is it. Just you know i mean. I know golf such a mental game but what do you think.
Huddle Up with Gus
"funk" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Right away. That's funny so you're in. You're you're going through high school. You're playing well in high school. How did you pick texas from florida. Like what made you want to go to texas. Well first off. My mom went to texas my uncles. My aunts my grandma does go. I was kinda raised burns. Blood and Like i said. I wasn't any good until junior senior year of high school in hours emailing schools. Like florida florida state. They were saying no sorry. We don't have any room for you on the team and then all sudden Like five straight events third. And i wanted and i want an age aga. Hey you should come visit. We have room for you now. That kind of rubbed me wrong way. A little bit so coach fields here. Ut basically said we have a twenty percents ownership in if you play well when you're on team can increase it. But we love to have you. And i drove exercise. A win win for me. So what's it light your first tournament. You remember that first time you went out. Are you competing against the guys on your team or you competing against like automatically like how do you i saw that like. Sometimes you start. Sometimes you don't. I was just wondering what that was like when you when you play in in college. Yeah so are qualifying system. Was you know you take five siege tournament and we play within the team. We'd played four five brown tournaments against each other in the top. Five would go and we had a very competitive team. I think five or six guys on my team are on the pga tour. Now i mean kramer hickok boho hoster scottie. Scheffler doug game and then we have three others that are on development towards canada or korn ferry in. We had a really good team so it was always hard to crack the lineup but is made you better. Yeah i can imagine when you're planning against really good competition and all these it always makes you better So how many years did you were you at texas. Did you go for years. I was there three and a half. So i graduated haiku early and came in college this semester early in and i had a couple credits before i got here and was able to graduate in three and a half so i technically still have a year of eligibility left us. In hindsight i would have stayed in year But i thought i was ready to turn pro. I wasn't and But yeah you're almost four years but still had none of your ability. That's awesome so when you left and you went in and you turn pro. Do you have an instructor that you mainly use that. So i kinda bounced around. I was using camera mccormick He's in galax Coach i started with him when i got to college and my last year of college. I didn't play golf. And i went another direction. End up coming across. Jeff smith and these vegas. He's the best coach. I've ever been to is incredible. So smart knows how to teach each person differently. Blade think in a long way with marsh weighing in with other aspects of the game and Very thankful. I've been able to work within the last three years to when you say he's a great teacher. Is it the physical side the mental side. Which one do you appreciate more. He's mostly physical and what's cool about in his if he'd done. Thank you can help you in a certain way. He will send you to someone who knows can and so. He sent me to a couple of different sports psychologists or even psychiatrists. Sometimes you know i can be. I got the funk brain. Never know what's going on up there and But if he just known to be just like a good ball. Striking coach full swing coach. He's been awesome. Yeah you know that's amazing that when you see these guys have these amazing careers in like. You're just starting out and you have this whole trajectory ahead of you. Do you call your dad often and say dad you know. What should i be thinking. Now i mean you got you said your brains are wired differently. But i'm sure that you can still call them and get a lot or is he like my daddy. Just you played you know my dad. Ucla for throwing three interceptions four touchdown. So there's always different people who were yeah. I should talk my mom's advice a lot more matt dad. I talked to my dad about once a week when he's on the road spare focusing on his golf nine on the road jokes mind but my mom was basically sports psychologists when he was on tour. My mom sat in on every meeting in less than my dad ever had. She's very smart when it comes to the mental side and emphasized the game and She she gives me better information to my dad and a lot of times my dad. He doesn't even remember. Sometimes we did yesterday. So i gotta give him crap every once in a while but he is very helpful at times and i love him But yeah we think differently. There are times where he helps lot but my mom is incredible at all that stuff as well. What's the one like the best bit of advice she's ever given you sit for putting at first stamina like wet. Has she is like her. One thing if i were she goes if i have to tell you one thing. This is She actually told my friend nece before the final round of candidate you school in. I think you kind of helped me to. And it helped him a lot. That goes just remember. You don't have to be perfect out there. Everyone else's making mistakes to make a mistake. Everyone else says there's pressure so you know just. Composure is always big word and she loves work ethic and just being composed in patient Cliche supple but it's not always easy to do so. I always wondered this like you. Know there's an intimidation factor sometimes when you're playing Not such a good team. Like i've played on some teams that weren't great and then you're playing these really good teams Like played with the broncos year that we played the ravens when they won the super bowl and their defense was amazing. And there's a psychological factor to that so when you play and compete somebody in your your walking. The course with them was ever head games that you play with somebody or if they ever played any with you. I think people try to I remember in Earn high school. When i was playing really good winning everything i was five shots back into leader going into the last my bag right next to him on the range in played win this song on the range warming up next to him and i ended up winning. But i don't try to really get in people's heads if you take your own business shouldn't shouldn't matter too much sinking already. Let's way better than saying anything right. Yeah i think will freak out and not if you start playing golf and try and catch him. Yeah so Besides your dad. Is there anybody that you were really a fan of innuendo. That's like your your guide to watch because of the swaying or anything like that. Who's who's your guy that you like to watch the tour. I'm a big fan of Rory in jordan speed Just because i know him both pretty well and roy than a super nice guy. Every time i've talked to him. And i love to swim when he was playing good. He's kinda struggling right now on jordan. The way he's fall back from how bad he's played the last three years from the watch. You know a lot of grit and determination there. He's just so talented and things through the game really well And.
Topps to go public through SPAC deal as baseball card company ventures into NFTs
"Going to start with tops. yes tops. The company best known for baseball cards and bazooka gum is going public with mudrick capital acquisition. Corp so yes people. We have another spac on her hands. Michael eisner who used to be the person running the walt disney corporation is the chairman of tops. Eisner is going to remain in that position. You tell me. What can i interest you in a few shares of tops. Yeah i'm interested. You know chris. I sometimes make fun of so many that are coming out. We all talk about spanky stocks but to me this was because it gives you an entry into the collectibles market now there are some publicly traded collectibles companies funk. Oh comes to mind. They make those great bobblehead collectibles. You can purchase online or in stores but the opportunity to embrace to invest in baseball card. Collectibles is really neat. You know tops is not a small company more. It's been around for a decades sales last year. Rose twenty three percent year over year. Two five hundred sixty seven million bucks. This is going to be not an immaterial deal. The company will have about five hundred seventy one million cat in cash from the merger. I really like that. Tops is branching out into the most cutting edge type of collectible stare into. Nafta's non fungible tokens for those of you who are crypto enthusiasts. They have digital collectibles. I think last month. They introduced a godzilla. And if t collectible so this is not your father your grandfather's tops anymore. And this is what. I like about spags as much as i. I make fun of them personally. Sometimes they're giving you opportunities as investors opportunities to take part in sectors of the economy that we might not be able to aspects of introduced a lot of us to new avenues into alternative investments in the cloud cope. Collectibles market is an alternative investment avenue. That i've been interested for a long time.
What Happened To Connie Converse
"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.
Talking Biotech Podcast
Gene Editing and Recovery from Radiation
"Welcome to the talking biotech podcast. Weekly podcast about agriculture medicine with an emphasis on biotechnology and the good things we can do for people and the planet names kevin volta. I'm a professor and a podcast host. Who cares about science communication mostly around the area of biotechnology. So today we wanted to talk about something interesting. Radiation and radiation has many places in biology. Of course our resistance to it. The problems that can be caused from it as well as its use as a therapeutic agent used to induce genetic variability when we do plant breeding but has some deleterious downsides and they've represented barriers both for remediation of radioactive. Waste as well as if there's issues with the side effects of radiation therapies for cancer. So i was excited to learn about some work. That's happening. The innovative genomics institute out at the university of california berkeley. There's work that's gone. Underway under darpa funding to attempt to use gene editing to solve some of the problems associated with radiation exposure. Mostly in acute radiation sickness. and so. today we're going to talk to dr feodor urnov. He's a professor in molecular and cell biology department at the university of california berkeley as well as the director for translation technology at the innovative genomics institute associated with berkeley. So welcome to the podcast. Dr urnov thank you for having. This is really a pleasure. I was really excited to read about this. Because it seems like such a cool project that's long overdue and i can certainly understand arpaio's interest in this. I tried to frame a little bit of the problem ahead of time. But could you give me a better explanation of. What is the problem with acute radiation sickness. And where do we see it across. The bay from the berkeley campus is one of the best if not the best teaching hospital in america. Ucsf in the chair of radiation oncology. Dr mary fung has told me how frustrating it is to have. Her patients succumb to cancer of the abdomen and of the pelvis. Oh things like pancreatic liver you. Try a variant. Despite the fact that she has a powerful weapon to pure those cure is a big word and the weapon is radiation as you pointed out as all technologies radiation has had a positive side in the negative side the negative side. Of course we think about weapons. We think about radiation disasters such as mobile in in the ussr. Where i went grow was born and raised three mile island Shema but then on the positive side radiation is used to determine how our teeth are doing or our lungs are doing which is particularly timely given. What's happening right now. In our nation and has also a really really powerful medicine to cure cancer. The reason it's not more widely available is what's technically known as dose limiting city and in english. That means you cannot give enough of the cure before it side effects overpower its benefits. So in dr funk's practice the physician. So i'm regurgitating. What i learned from her and other had the honor to collaborate with. She has a patient with a with a major cancer of the abdomen. Or or the pelvic area she can irradiate the tumor and eradicated. The patients do not recover because tissues that are inevitably also effective so the gut and the bone. Marrow where are aquatic stem cells live are irreversibly damaged by the radiation itself. So the patients Die off either lethal diarrhea which cannot be stopped using anything
Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"For a place that was built for the performance and broadcasting of music. The ns funk house is strangely quiet. Walk down it's wide. Spas low ceilinged corridors. And you'll feel like you've set foot on a transatlantic ship or in an underground bunker. Occasionally from behind a heavy metal door you'll hear the noise of an orchestra tuning its instruments but the noise fades quickly and hushed silence soon settles again o. r. s. australia's revered public service. Broadcaster might also operate out of nine. Regional offices untransmitted stevie channels from a glass box in the outskirts of vienna. But this remains. Its radio's historical home. A few steps away from central cows plots it proudly sports broadcasts name on its facade in stock capital lattice.
Get Off The Cycle And Run With Rodney C. Burris
"Mindful tribe. I've read lots of books of had lots of authors on. We talk about mindfulness. We talk about getting grounded. We talk about habits. And today i have an author on who has created a book that is just so interesting and compelling in different unusual and it really grabbed me. It was a lot of fun to read. And it's about habits. It's it's you know that topic of routines and that kind of thing but it's framed in a very different way that i think you will find refreshing. The author i have on today is rodney. See burruss rodney. Are you and mindfulness mode. Today i am totally in mindfulness. Mold bruce a pleasure. Thank you so much. Well it's a pleasure to have you on the show really truly and i just wanna share a bit more about you. Rodney with my tribe and rodney. Cbs is an expert at team building and program development. He teaches workshops across the us and abroad. He holds a psychology degree from the john. Hopkins university and a masters in nonprofit management from capella university. And like i said he's author of a book and this book is called. Get off the cycle and run and i had the pleasure of recently reading this book and just really spoke to me. And rodney has a quote that i want to share with you right now in the quotas to inspire means to fill someone with the urge or ability to do or feel something. That's one of rodney's quotes rodney. What does mindfulness mean to you. Let's start there. There is a monk by the name of a and i'm going to try my best pronounce. His name bruce at figures tick nah hundreds of. That's right. yeah tear not on. Yes i i became aware of this. He was having a conversation with over and one of the things that he shared was he would go to these walks in the walk with never about the destination it was always about the journey and he the walk with take as long as it needed to take than every step. He was trying to be present in that moment in. I don't know why out of all of the years of hearing about mindfulness and hearing about being attentive and is one thing to be physically present but you may not be mentally there and all those sorts of things that conversation. It's mr On hun in oprah together it funk in in it would that was my start. That was about seven years ago bruce. That was my start to really become aware of. What does it mean to be mindful of how showing up in this world of how m- communicating of what my thoughts are. What are my feelings telling me but better yet. How am i choosing to define any experience. Over quarantine bruce. I cut my foot last year. My dad and my sons. We actually built this shed and my in my backyard my own property while we were tearing down the shared and putting up a new one. I had cut my foot pretty badly out there. Like kind of being seeded for some weeks going up and down stairs kind of scoot scoot in backwards. You know not really being able to walk thinking that. I can't stand a little bit trying. China wash dishes or whatever wouldn't agent and swollen up and it's very easy to say him passed off always happens to me man who not one thing. It's another at choice right How i chose to view that bruce is you know for better for worse. It took me a little bit longer to appreciate enfor transparency with everyone to share this markle this moment with us. It took me a little bit longer to appreciate the gravity of the situation and we were last year kinda worldwide globally. Just kind of stay shelter in place. Stay at home. It took me a while to really internalize that and what. I realized that me her having a hurt with like that it kind of kept me grounded. It kept me out of harm's way. And i chose to view kind of like you know bumper pool or kind of like things like offense a little bit. If i wasn't aware enough to not run out into the street right for whatever my reasons were were not. I had something that allow me as i came to grips with the gravity of what was going on to just stay put and i think that that mind phone is bruce. Kinda just being intentionally aware of how on choosing survive to defy interactions moments. Events is one of the things that that just really can lead to a healthier better life and it's something that i hope to share. I hope your foot's a lot better now rodney's better almost a year ago now so yeah puts a lot
Trivia With Budds
10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round
"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions