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"g. he" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:00 min | 4 d ago

"g. he" Discussed on Lew Later

"Everywhere else no. Ear Pods. France ear pods. Interesting. So they would have to change the packaging. That's right. Over France? Yeah. So in France, they're real worried about radiation I know Jack Worries about radiate to he says What am I doing my dying I? Say Absolutely. You're dying in in any kind of there's a frown and he shrugs. And he asks me about five. G. He's convinced five G's coming to get him five G. is the boogeyman and I tell a Menu Holding F. phone. All Day long anyway. Yeah whatever you got there. Well in France they're real worried about radiation to the point where they demand that a smartphone manufacturer would ship their device with a reliable headset. So people wouldn't have to hold the phone that our faith So you had they at least have an option to limit face exposure. To the smartphone, pretty a pretty interesting thing here. French law now requires smartphones be bundled with hands-free kits or headset in order to protect children fourteen and younger from. A magnetic radiation. The government is not convinced that there are no long term health problems associated with this. In France. Now the other thing for they're doing in Francis, they're not happy about the five G. Like Jack. They're trying to delay the deployment of five G.. Over health concerns and landscape blight. Blight. Maybe it'll affect the maybe the appearance. I don't. So there're bit apprehensive about the whole thing in funny thing here is that. Apple. Has No choice in the matter gut governments do I guess have that power and presumably they stipulated something similar while they tried as you recall, they've tried on universal standards. They've had issues with lightning in the past the connector because they've been saying. I mean, this is the same company WHO's GonNa Save you from all the waste went out of their way to create proprietary connectors. Yeah. But anyway if you're in France get a free headset. Don't know if you'll ever use it you'll probably slap Bluetooth ear buds in. Your dead anyways Her. Oh man it's funny. Anyway you won't get those in any other countries. All right that five G. that you're scared of you know who's not scared of it well..

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"g. he" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:13 min | Last week

"g. he" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Watered Thanks passports with K and another by week. Well, bye week, I guess now for the Broncos. Good news is with all this delay getting guys helping back on the field. Marty, the Broncos. They're certainly gonna be well rested when they finally picked field against Sunday in New England. The good thing about all the rest of the guys are getting healthier. Bring back Philip Lindsay, who left the opener against the Titans at halftime, said he feels great is turf toe is hell. He also told us quarterback Drew Locke, who's working back from his shoulder injury suffered week two in Pittsburgh has looked good in practice, You know? Good looking good. You know they're helping each other, you know, and a loafer for Drew Mrs about going back. It is right for him. So you know, only he knows that so we don't know. You know, it's been a crazy here crazy years will be a crazy game. So is wrong Stick together. I don't know family have a better chance. The place he heals from an ankle injury suffered against the Jets and nose tackle Mike for cells need should be feeling well enough to play as well. Broncos are off for the second straight day on Sunday, Vic Fangio said he wasn't sure exactly how he'd attacked this week since the team worked all of last week to get ready for the Pats, But they will be back in the building tomorrow. The Avalanche or making deals trading players signing guys. Joseph has been busy. The highlight at this point is acquiring two time Cup champion forward Brandon Saad from Chicago. Ashamed for the key to the door of his part of the four player deal. Sakic's excited add sods, versatility and experience. We think he's gonna be a great fit and do a tremendous job. He's a really good two way player G. He goes in goes to the he gets his goals way. Have a lot of A great shooters. Perimeter shooters go begin in front of neck and those dirty goals and we just say that he's the first player can play anywhere in the lineup, and we think it's going to be a great addition Monday. The castrated for Islanders defenseman Devontae Ves and Ain't defenseman Ryan Graves to a three year $9.5 million extension. Grab its next three matches have been postponed over the next 10. Days after this weekend's match against L. A Galaxy was postponed as well in the wake of 17 positive covert cases dating back to September in their building 12 staffers and five players. Have all tested positive. No new cases have been reported and on the diamond Last night, we got the start of the NLCS in Arlington, Texas. The Braves take a one nothing Siri's lead with their 51 victory over the Dodgers game to the NLCS in San Diego. The Rays when their second straight there two games to none, with four to win over the Astros. Groceries will continue again today that sports and brandy crystal locating his radio on the Broncos buffs and Rocky's Way. News time. 7 17 right now, in Colorado's morning news. More than 10 Million Americans have already voted 2020 election figures compiled by the U. S elections Project at the University of Florida. Shirley would voting this year, far ahead of the pace four years ago in points to a big turnout. As of last night, nearly 10.4 million ballots have been cast in states reporting early voting data. The rise in Corona virus cases is leading to a surge in early voting in mail in balloting, particularly among Democrats in person voting underway in El Paso County residents began casting ballots yesterday for the November election. In person voting being held Paso County clerk and Recorders office in this spring's Monday through Friday, A T. M to 5 P.m. on October 19th. The buildings for the Department of Motor Vehicles will also be for a polling site Supreme Court nominee on Amy Kuney Barrett. She's testifying right now, she believes deeply in the rule of law. I believe Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme Court. It interprets our Constitution and laws as they're written. That was Cockney barrettes opening statement yesterday she's currently being questioned by Lindsey Graham about the Constitution and whether or not it changes over time, she says it does not, Barrett said. No one will ever take Ginsberg's place, but she's happy to be there. Up there on stage two to be appointed to the higher court President Trump is back on the campaign trail for the first time since his corner VIAS diagnosis. I am so energized by your prayers and humbled by your support. We've had such incredible stuff. Ford weigh our president went on to slam Joe Biden for numerous remarks he made during his campaign event on Monday. 7 19 coming up here in Colorado's Morning news, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joins me next on the drive.

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"g. he" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

IINK Podcasts

03:27 min | Last week

"g. he" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

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"g. he" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:32 min | Last month

"g. he" Discussed on KCRW

"The stock market is down today, in part because market participants believe a new federal stimulus to counteract the economic effects of Corona viruses now nearly impossible this after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg economist Julia Coronado is founder of Macro policy Perspectives. With congressional divisions deepening and Senate attention now focused on the Supreme Court. The likelihood of a package getting passed before the election is all but gone. There's also a concern about the spread of Corona virus in Europe. The stock market the moment is down 825 points for the Dow. That is 3%, the S and P 500 down 2.6%, the NASDAQ also down 2.4% there. Shares of a number of global banks air falling sharply after a trove of leaked documents obtained first by the publication Buzzfeed would share them with other news organizations showed evidence that criminals use the global financial system to move about $2 trillion of dirty money around the world. Despite red flags, their internal money laundering detection systems had raised HSBC Bank saw its share price fall to the lowest in 25 years. The BBC's economics correspondent Andrew Walker has more. The International Committee of Investigative Journalists has examined leaked documents, which it says reveal major banks, defying money laundering crackdowns to move staggering sums of cash for what it calls shadowy characters and criminal networks. The group published its investigation at the weekend on the reports quickly hit the share prices of some of the banks that were criticized. HSBC and Standard Chartered and traded in Hong Kong, where their share price fell and stocks in Deutschebank dropped in early training in Frankfurt. All three banks have responded with statements indicating that they are serious about combating money laundering. HSBC stock is down more than 6% in London at the moment. JP Morgan stock in New York is down more than 4% with those leaked documents alleging that JPMorgan Chase Allowed. Ah love several problems to occur, will get back to that story in just a little bit. Checking another story this morning. A deal to overhaul the ownership of the China based social Media APP Tic TAC one temporary approval from the Trump administration over the weekend. This delays a ban of the platform from US APP stores by another week. This While the companies involved in their investors review the deal, US database firm Oracle and Wal Mart will reportedly partner with bite Dance of China to oversee operations reconstituted as a U. S based firm called TIC Tac Global, Molly would host of Marketplace Tech says this could have unintended consequences of giving Chinese authorities ideas about foreign companies there. Tweets from Chinese state media suggest that China may see the deal as a model for how companies could operate internationally. In more cases, one verified account suggested that perhaps Facebook or Google should also be under control of local companies in order to operate someplace like China. Marketplace tacos Molly Wood. There's news that industrial giant General Electric is getting out of the coal fired power plant business. G says it wants to refocus on alternative energy sources beyond fossil fuel. The company says this could lead to layoffs and closing some factories. G He Hitachi nuclear energy based in North Carolina. Still does. That Marketplace Morning.

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"g. he" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"More than glanced at the leading political articles in one of the daily papers. The I intelligence of the murder was brought by an anonymous police prefect known only as G. He called upon US early. In the afternoon of the thirteen th of July and remained with us until late in the night he had been piqued by the failure of all his endeavors to fair it out the assassins, his reputation, so he said with a peculiar, Parisian air was at stake. Even his honor was concerned. The eyes of the public were upon him, and there was really no sacrifice, which he would not be willing to make for the development of the mystery. He concluded a somewhat droll speech with a compliment upon what he was pleased to term tact of do pen, and made him a direct and certainly a liberal proposition. The precise nature of which I do not feel myself at liberty to disclose, but which has no bearing upon the proper subject of my narrative, the compliment my friend rebutted as best he could, but the proposition he accepted at once although its advantages were altogether provisional. This point being settled, the prefect broke forth at once into explanations of his own views, interspersing them with long comments upon the evidence of which ladder. We were not yet in possession. He discoursed much and beyond doubt learnedly. hazarded an occasional suggestion. As the night wore drowsy away to pan, sitting steadily in his accustomed armchair was the embodiment of respectful attention, he wore spectacles during the whole interview, and an occasional glance beneath their green glasses suffice to convince me that he slept not the less soundly, because silently throughout the seven or eight leaden-footed hours, which immediately preceded the departure of the prefect..

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"g. he" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Some similarities between what apple will offer for IOS fourteen, and what's coming for IPAD O. S. fourteen. widgets as well as improvements to messages and Syrian maps. All that we heard about the. Update! Perhaps. The most memorable part of the IPAD reveal was improvements coming for Apple Pencil. And Gadget has word of scribble. According to the report the feature, let's you handwrite and any text field, and it'll automatically be converted into taxed if your handwriting's on the same page is drawings, you can also select the piece of handwriting while avoiding the surrounding art. On top of that you can change the color of the tax and move around in the document and a demo. Apple also showed that it can recognize both English and Chinese and the same line. And that it can recognize handwritten addresses and phone numbers as well. It also let you draw perfect shapes. Imperfect squares become totally square circles completely circular crooked lines straight. You get the idea. It'll perfect the shapes. If you wanted to. It's a pause at the end of the drawing that makes sketches with character in the cookie. Cutter Shapes. Other IPAD OS fourteen features highlighted by N Gadget. A new universal search function simply start typing into the search bar, and it'll allow you to launch APPs or documents instantly. You can also search the web this way type A, few characters, and it'll automatically bring up the top hit result in Safari. There's also a new sidebar and gadget says. It off this new sidebar in apps like photos where you can drag a photo to the side bar to move it to an album for example. The sidebar will also appear in notes and files where there will also be a streamline toolbar and additional controls at the top. Just like I o s fourteen ipad Os. Fourteen is due out to everybody this fall. And finally today another raised price target for apple and. Once again. It's got nothing to do with what apple is doing this week. Apple CIDER HAS UBS analyst Timothy Archaeology. Target on apple shares by seventy five bucks. On unanticipated strength of iphone S. E. N. Much anticipated strength of iphone by G. He used Tuesday's note to move its price target from three hundred twenty five dollars to a cool four hundred. And investors were happy to help the shares get their. Say It with me. Apple hit new intra-day and closing highs on Tuesday. Shares shot. Super High hitting three hundred seventy two dollars and thirty seven cents according to Mac Daily News. They sled back several bucks though. Ending the day at three, sixty, six, fifty, three. Coming up in a few minutes. Brian Chavez had two favorite things from ww. DC I had three today in Ios Host Rob Walsh Came Away with a top ten list. Here what's on it in a few minutes? Look for that show wherever you find podcasts..

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"g. he" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"Hello and welcome salesman off podcast episode, three hundred fifty six Jesse Chap. AC- with Marnie Wasserman and we are here to take your health to the next level each week. We'll bring you inspiring. In formative conversations about health and wellness, covering topics of nutrition, lifestyle, fitness, mindset, and so much more and this week. We're speaking with CEO G. He's the founder of green. Info the world's largest open access natural health database. He's the author of the recently released regenerate unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology, and Sarah Somebody. We've had on a raider for a long time, and wanted to have honest guest, and I'm really. Really happy with this conversation and how it turned out and I know you're going to get a lot from it. Some of the highlights include Sayers. Health struggles and becoming a natural health advocate Mike Ernie's in foods, and how they impact our genes, the Apple Mono Diet, Y raw foods are important to eat at every meal and falling in love with his wife Kelly, and how this was his medicine. Lots of other great information shared in this episode as well. We really appreciate it. If you could help, spread the word shared the show with somebody in your life, and without further ado here we go with Sayer G. Hello Sayer welcome to the PODCAST. Yeah really say to have you on the show. This has been a long time coming. And I really loved your new book regenerate, and in there you share your story, which wasn't familiar beforehand, and and it goes all the way back to childhood, and the sickness that you went through as a kid and a teenager, and you share a whole bunch in there that you went through such as money having your tonsils removed, and you ended up having hip surgery later on, and it goes on and on overweight unfit. You ended up I think it was about at age seventeen. You had surgery on your sinuses, so you went through quite a bit. And my question for you is what was the catalyst behind all that well yeah I think for me. Getting into natural advocacy was allies were destined sesame given. Experience by. Acute episodes the Bronco Asthma you know. They checked me up enough in US multi fight lungs working. So from very early on I just. I struggled allies, and then came later in my life to ernest on nutrition, exercise and mind body practices so ultimately. That was guest that I felt so much because than it needed a passions. WanNa share you know the alternatives. Natural Approaches that I know can in some cases provide so much humor well. Let's talk about that. Turning point and I know this took place in your first year in college so. I become exposed to alternative health ideas. Well, you know my sister was someone who is naturally inclined to health food stores for example, I was way more conventional member over time I started to. Like the of that way than starts looking to literature that you'd find in these helped stores and taking on raw shrewd in the mucus diets, as it was known by Arnold era and a member thinking well. I've never not eaten. Save Council products. What would happen if I ate raw? And within three days of just going ahead and eliminating house, my asthma went away and never came back. It wasn't so raw. Fruit is, but the BUFFY Diet says exclude common engaged delicious. Western foods such as cow smoke novas like my. Moment, and when you hit that piff any moment, obviously, you've been going through a lot for so long. What was your initial reaction? Were you angry that you've been through so much? And you're just finding this information now or obviously? You're excited about digging in deeper in seeing what could come a vet, but talk about those initial reactions when you start to feel better over the course of a few days. That's such a great question because I think it's true that while I was elated excited, because for the first time in my life I didn't have to carry an inhaler around and think that you know. My body was fundamentally cursed. You know cloak in I was shocked to fine that you know something as simple as excluding cosmic for my genetics type would have prevented me from the Medical Mary around downward cycle. You know that I went to some level. There was a part of me that became. Hannah triggered to like oh my. What is my parents? Know this you know. You. Pour me. A. Journey retakes. One of these starts reclaim. Our health is you do? Realize there is a bit of. archetype underneath some of the symptoms. You know would've been more convenient for me to say. The doctors are right. This pathway humid of causes it, but you manage symptoms by ways. You should thank us for saving your last person. Sandwiches that the way we eat in this country. Is Disease Camale, N detectives and I'm barely one of the things that happened for me to sort of took the red pill that speak event. Lady but I was also like Gosh. We need to change things people now. There are these ways to heal known. About and this big shift in your life in your health happen when you're early in college as I mentioned. What were you taking at the time? The time you know, it was sort of just exploring the why started out actually went to university as an art student, and Mason Gross and I found it a little bit more fizeau. I ended up. Just go to college proper and. Just. Five years trying out pretty much anything that interested me. It ended up getting a degree in philosophy, so it's like a deep expiration time both in an hour. So you mentioned this book you came across. That had the big transformation in your health was raw food book so after that few days and you felt this shift. Did you end up? You know taking it all the way down into the raw food. Dieter wooded your dietary evolution. Look like from that point forward. I didn't trying died for wildland. There were aspects that were very helpful was a week that I did a diet and I was just like is. Just full of energy and Joy and it was very interesting. Because the word fruits comes from the Latin word shrew, which needs a joy, so I felt it does shirt. New Book Length Lot of what I've discovered about soon. As information indicates that in many ways, fruits are the perfect software for the harbor are jeans so I only turned out later, but I will say that when I started exploring this, it started. Make sense you know that we. Need serve kinds of raw food, and as I evolved because at one point, I was Vegan start to lose a lot of weight so for me. I really had to explore a number of different orthodox approaches before coming to what is Amina. At your time, you mentioned the information coming from the food and I WANNA stop in developing deeper into that and you do get into this quite a bit in the new book talking about the micro are in ace, and these are found in all food, and they impact our jeans, and it's just really interesting how you break this down. How? How they're these information packets almost that are coming from different kingdoms, and can go like from the Fungi Kingdom and when we consume that it affects our genes, so it's like it's this interaction between different kingdom, said love free to get in and explain some of the details of how that works. Yes, such a great top Bankin so interesting How would we decided well? Let's just say that traditionally use loaded food as cultures and more in terms.

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"g. he" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Value. The scientists who listening of zero point zero zero one. So that's something that although with thirty one percent improvement doesn't seem like a knockout one hundred percent. It is a very important proof of concept because what it is proven is that a drug can block this virus. I WANNA take this infra second because I think I'm about to blow your mind. Does that sound like a very different approach to a discussion about this drug compared to what we heard him say with trump. I wanted to say it's anecdotal right. Now we really don't hydroxy chloroquine. I know that I know. I know the president's got a good feeling about it but I really want to caution. We should think about this. We don't know how else I mean. Honestly and here is like very promising. This is promising. This drug rim desert here is really showing promise. And as though there's one hundred studies that are just rocking it out around the world right. I mean clearly rendez of your you know must be awesome. Now let me make this perfectly clear. I've been touting. We should be desert trials to try everything. I WANNA find whatever it is that works because once you have a treatment even Bill Gates said hey you find a treatment that's ninety five percent effective then we don't even have to worry about a vaccine Bill Gates by the way is telling you we're going away per vaccine and he is pretty darn sure we're never gonNA find a drug that can be ninety five percent effective Just while I'm getting a little bit off track and you get used to be following this you do realize that Dr Erickson in every other decent scientists in the world has already said ninety. Five percent of healthy people will recover from Kobe. Nineteen with no side effects whatsoever. So wait a minute. Hold on a second ninety. Five percent of people we need a drug be ninety five percent effective in order to skip a vaccine but nature itself our bodies our immune system is ninety five percent at killing this thing. Moving on most of us will get a cold some of us. You know maybe even more dramatic. I mean this is what you gotTa Start. Looking at here right. But let's get back from desert so what's going on with me right. We all have say Golden God. Everyone's so excited. We're hearing the news that there's this great new thing it says. Dr. Algae says Rim desert trial shows drug has promises. Fda plans to announce emergency use. Fda's telling you stop using hydroxy chloroquine move over to reservoir aveer all right. I WanNa take you through the only trial right now that we can find that's currently going on by the way. Guess he's doing the trial Naiad the NIH Naiad being the specific branch right here. There is National Institute of Allergy Infectious Disease. Who's the head of that? Oh wait a minute. That's DR G. He's doing this study himself. No water you so excited about it. And wonder he actually knows that it's going right now is showing so much promise. He's the one heading this study. Okay let's give them the benefit of the doubt all right are really wanting to give them benefit that remember. Maybe he's not biased. Maybe doesn't Harry the prove maybe you know having CNN MSNBC. And everybody's saying you're the hero because you were right about hydroxy. Chloroquine has nothing to do with this. Let's take a look at this study shall we? You can find all this on. Clinical Trials Dot Gov first of all on February twenty first they laid out how the study would work percentage of subjects reporting each severity rating. On the seven point ordinal scale. Okay so they're gonNA have a seven point scale that would lay out all we were looking at. The ordinal scale is an assessment of the clinical status. The person of a given study day. The scale is as follows. One will look at the one category. I want to be very clear at one. Category is death. How many people died. We just heard the other studies showed how many people died in the chloroquine..

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"g. he" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

11:28 min | 7 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"Overwhelmed because of the flu or when have we ever seen nurses doing private videos on instagram on talk on facebook saying guys? I have to be here in tears going. I'm afraid of what I'm exposing my family too but I'm out here I can't stay home. Please stay home so I can't. I am please stay home because I can't stop spreading this even if you're gonNA live through it. There are people out there that are dying from it. Please stay home. When have we ever seen governors trying to outbid one another for medical equipment to deal with the flu? There are so many things different about this Kevin. Well I've got an answer that The news is blown out of proportion and it is negatively stressing our healthcare system as a result. And that's by design See in Wyoming. They had a Poland every wing and Casper Wyoming And as soon as corona virus hit and that wing was open five hundred people flooded that pulmonary wing fearful for their livelihood their lives that they may die of the corona virus however in the entire state of Wyoming where there are five hundred sixty nine something thousand people. There are less than two hundred three hold on. I got an answer. There are less than two hundred cases of corona virus so the majority of those people who flooded that hospital were panicking because of what they saw on the one hundred eighty seven total cases as of right now. Five hundred flooded Casper's department one eighty-seven whole state five hundred one city so that distributions across a massive landmass and everybody's panicking because the media is telling them it's the end of the world and it's sensationalizing everything of course. Your medical systems are stressed. The media wants everyone to panic. Chris Cuomo hit thirty thousand ventilators. He said he was holding for reserves. When the virus hit its peak. But right now it's only killed eight thousand people in the entire country. That's a lot but it's not as much as it is the flu and not only that in critical condition. Eight thousand two hundred. You know those ventilators. They can help most the country not just New York. He sat on him and he only got called that he only he only said they were reserved when he got called out on it. I believe one of those meetings he has. He has nipple piercings in his white shirt and he says it out of his own mouth now he double speaks and tries to lie and snoop says no no no. He wasn't hiding them. They were being held in reserve. But that's fact checkers spinning the fax to established Andrew. Cuomo you said Chris just for the record my bad my bad right mob. Sorry you're right my bad my bad. I'M GONNA have to no have to type something and I never thought I would type in. Which is Andrew Cuomo Nipple Piercing? But as I'm doing that as I'm doing that Michael no you have some numbers there about Wyoming Please address that. As I'm googling Andrew Cuomo's Nipples meet bagster point that I have to make Kevin than though is that this is an ongoing pandemic. And so as as as it progresses is there a point at which you're going to say? I'm wrong is yes this continues to go is so you're open to the idea that you could be wrong about everything. The death rate goes up. Yes absolutely What my my number is. If the death rate yes my number is if the death rate gets over one hundred thousand Inside a flu year Then I'm GonNa say it was the worst flu like the fifty seven. Sixty eight pandemic. That's still doesn't justify the lockdown if it gets above one hundred fifty thousand. I'm totally wrong and I'm going to go on and eat crow as hard as I can if it gets over a hundred hundred fifty thousand debt. I don't think he's I think he's GonNa talk about Donald Trump said or the the trump White House. I think the figure they put out was somewhere in the neighbor of two hundred thousand deaths. They're expecting from this. By the time it dies down was that was that FAO g I to be honest with you. The headline just said that it was coming out the White House. I don't know that trump himself said it was it. I'm being told trump himself said it I but they're hold on before you go on and conspiracy theory about Fao g which I sense coming. I feel I feel it you you you'll feelings are good young skywalker. Oh boy here we go. I just wanted to really quickly talk about Wyoming which Because you did point out. The Population Wyoming is five hundred. Seventy seven thousand. Roughly one hundred eighty. That's bigger than I thought. Fast-growing state my Mans and But percentage of cases per capita is actually exactly in line with California right. Now you guys. You're not being exempted in any way. In fact you're fourteen days Sorry you are nine days behind California since your first Case which means that You you you run. The risk currently in Wyoming of surpassing percentage of cases per capita in California. Well that's the certainly risk we run. I think you've correctly interpreted the data there My point there wasn't that we didn't have a risk in Wyoming my point was panic stimulated people to clog a small healthcare system. That didn't need to and that's part of the reason that there's an issue here. I think your point is correct I would also point out that. Wyoming is the only state in America right now that has no deaths from corona virus. And IT'S THE ONLY STATE. Well it's not the only it is state with the least restrictions on on corona virus protection in the country. But you're but you're also an interior state that had its first documentary case of chronic considerably. After everybody I mean really considerably after everybody. You're at eleventh of March was the first case in Wyoming. That is Let's see Alaska's one day after you sides that Montana's two days after you Alaska's one day but after you but every all the states we're talking about where corona viruses as Andrew Nipple rings well said Shooting Shooting Train. They are weeks and weeks ahead of you said well. I think it's interesting to note that you pointed out Alaska. It was only a day Different than us because they've got Only they've got fifteen cases and five gets more and they have twice the population we do. They are a little bit more spread out. But you look at South Dakota. They got more deaths at the Jason. They don't I thought they had a million. What do they got? Seven hundred thirty seven thousand my bad one and a half times the population of my bad. Sorry about that. I don't know if I correct me. If I'm a hundred and something thousand more that's it unified on their thirty seven thirty seven so yeah about one hundred and eighty thousand more my bad. I thought they had. I thought they had more than that. You got you right there. My bed go. That was just off the top of my head off duty. The Jesuit Man South. She's a jesuit. You're going out okay. So Okay live in Alex Jones land so I don't know what that's code for all right. Well here's the deal. Here's the deal. Here's the deal. All right all right you know you don't you don't you know these jesuits are doing you know what they're doing you know you know what they're they're having to answer parties. No I'm kidding I'll get sorry. That's that's just I couldn't help so Fouled she's been flip flopping because jesuits believed the ends justify the means And that's my that's what I think. That's my opinion Because earlier he was of the opinion that the virus wasn't as bad and later he totally reversed on trump and he's the adviser Found she also was included in the wikileaks Clinton emails. There's controversy about that. I haven't read it. I just glossed over the information so I'm prepared for the possibility that I may be incorrect. There that is something that I came across. But I haven't verified and I remember that. So that's why disclaimer. However you can google it and see what you find so foul she as a Jesuit He has a An alterior motive outside that of loyalty to the administration. Which is the Jesuit School? The Jesuit Group is sort of like the CIA of the Catholic Church the papacy itself is not something. That's actually Christian It's a it's an inversion of Christianity and in addition to it it's basically It's Pagan Christianity if you will that's I'm just I'm just summarizing. I'm not trying to be offensive but you can see how people would get mad but if I unpack every single word it's GonNa take all night. Okay so that's one of the reasons. I just gotTa say it all right. That's really interesting stuff. And you're not going to offend to atheists by saying. Oh no I'm not worried about you. I was just okay just about David's David's argument early. I was just I'm trying to show we're coming but I will point out that look man it from my point of view so you get a guy like FAO G. He says stuff the don't agree with and so then you go out looking for reasons why he could be wrong. Did you go into this? No no no no I bumped into that I bumped into that information. I didn't go looking for it. It just came across my plate. You see what I'm online it instead of okay. So how? How do you say flip-flopped I don't know anything about that? But you say he changed his tune. But that's what good scientists do with more data comes more different opinions so. I would be surprised if a with something like this. That's always changing. But the data's changing hour by hour that of course. Somebody's going to change their opinion as what Michael how to interpret that data. Michael he bumped into it on Jesuits in the Chinese control the World Dot Com. They just happen to come across it. Well actually hold you 'cause that was going there But not that website. Here funny joke. Here's the deal. The current pope. Would you say he's inclined toward Socialist and Marxist ideology or against it? I just want to say that it's amazing. How in talking to men of your political persuasion? It all comes back to socialist every time. Okay the pope. So socialism is in my view. Rebranded Lusa therion ISM and that's another thing to unpack but collectivism itself. It's a means of spiritually blind people and if you go into Christianity you can find the roots of it and you can see it from another perspective most people. Don't there's a reason for that. It's because socialism and collectivism. Ara Sort of modern rebranding renaming of lutheranism. That's my opinion. Okay I listen. I listen. Pope Francis is is. You're not going to get Michael and I to defend Pope Francis But I kind of want to shift gears a little if we can because I think this gets a little bit off the rails at times. I think we've heard your argument is to wear them. Think as to why. You Think Corona virus is I guess being overblown. I guess I'll give you one last time before I shift gears here to state what you think people need to be doing. And that's a little dangerous because I don't think anybody should listen to you regarding your medical advice or being outside but are you changing anything about what you're doing like are you washing your hands more often or are you not touching things we wearing a mask you wear gloves you heard. Michael and I talk about our precautions. Are you doing anything differently.

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"g. he" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Yeah and so and my other one had a cough and he spun because he's being asked to go to work on a regular basis and a relative more than ten people kind of environment. What about little kids? That they don't show such twenty seven and we don't really. It doesn't seem like we really have information on the little ones because they're demanding. I'm worried about preschool. We close the place. Where the kids are Schnitzer? All over themselves that believe that the parents side close sets preschool. Goals are open. I don't know test is is open and fewer and fewer kids are going. We actually have kept us out of school voluntarily the last two days. If you're GONNA do not touching. We're GONNA do this. Also fucking upside. Learn how to put a block on top of the other block or just sit the Paris you dance or something going on we also gonNA stumbled stumbled upon as a thought process or a factor thought process was a lot of the teachers. There take public transportation from a long ways away. That's a lot of touching a lot of people around Boston. Or whatever and it's so much inconsistency all this stuff but here's the deal why is it why not stop watching the press? Stop reading the papers. Listen TO DR FAO G. He is prone to excess because he wants success next album. Sounds like that. Although he's going further than I would have liked a fine. I've I've said from the beginning by Northstar. Just follow what you tell. What do you think of the Vaquero Vaccine Video? I think you have the better better better. Better Rack Angle. Was good for her. Right yeah what does he want Mr Exceeding Brooklyn as a phase one trial underway?.

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"g. he" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

12:31 min | 7 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Tougher notes hot. Not all right. So what is going on with Britain? Putin's enemy yes. So lots of things They basically Russia's now being accused of having had a group of people in Burton and still having a group of people in Britain go after Putin's enemies in parliament to advance Putin's criminal interests. Bill Browder is largely behind this. He presented evidence of this parliament's intelligence insecurity committee. Always behind outing it. Okay Yeah just being one of the experts providing preferred this happening in case. You're wondering bill. Browder was the architect of the Magnitsky. Act And it was he and his lawyer who found two hundred thirty million dollars in tax fraud from Russia reported it and then his friend. Magnitsky was jailed tortured and murdered and then bill browder has been going around trying to get Magnitsky Act. Passed is multiple governments. Yes totally and he's providing pretty much like expert witness testimony almost two different governments around the world's yeah like you said advancing nets he said some had some referring to the people that are either wittingly or unwittingly working for Putin's interest. Some had reason to know exactly what they are doing and for whom others work unwittingly Russian state interests. He said He said together. They form what he calls a Western buffer network essentially for Russia. So that's scary and same stuff that's happening in the United States Moscow. He says deploys these people to attack Putin critics and to enhance Russian propaganda and disinformation and to facilitate and conceal massive money laundering operations. He's not claiming anyone's broken. The law technically That's not what he's saying with this. Maybe I don't I have zero idea what. Uk was exist. That would absolutely you know criminalize these folks for what broader saying that they're engaging in but This comes at a time when you can still awaiting the public release of their own Russia report which the prime minister has been accused of refusing to release and I think he's pretty founded Yep But when it is finally made public broaders expertise. I think there's GonNa be a lot of things in that. Report that earned formed from from his research in experiences. Browder told The Guardian. Yes there are members of the Russian security services working out of the Russian embassy under diplomatic cover was the government seems to be missing is the fact that there are all sorts of informal espionage networks. There are Russian oligarchs who have a much greater impact on the security of this country. What's most shocking is at the Russian government is indirectly hiring British nationals to assist them in its intelligence operations so it's a huge statement from him. Get Your Shit together Western governments. That are unwittingly doing Putin's bidding. So yeah still anxiously awaiting that report and continuously you know good work from Bill Browder. Who's dedicated his life. Deng covering this. Yeah the state of the. Uk's total fucking chaos right now too. I mean it's so crazy I mean. I'm hearing reports of wool. They're going to have to delay certain brexit deadlines yet again because of Corona virus. And it's just in shambles. I mean it's just in fact As these developments continue with Boris Johnson and these Russia allegations. If anybody has any stories you think we should like cover for From the UK tweet the Mattis. Russian influence Aena anything to do with what Jordan said or or kind of related to that or totally. Like you know must know stories. Please tweet mattis when we have a lot of. Uk Listeners we get so many corrections from the UK and people say they really appreciate perspective so yeah there's any U K stories connected to this stuff the things we cover police them to us at. Browder is just because is G. He's just taken. Take one for the team right. He's like Hey Putin's already after meals are trying to kill me. He's already trying to get everybody's got red notices out at every Interpol every uh-huh Police you know country in Europe and elsewhere and and so he's like somebody's GonNa do it might as well be me. He wants me dead. So I'm GonNa just go out and do all this work. And so what he's doing I do too. It's also so messed up that there has to be some vigilante civilian essentially that has to dedicate their whole life and put their own life in danger like you just said continuously to uncover these things because governments aren't doing it themselves or or they are and covering it up. Yes bar yeah exactly. Yeah Yeah and I forgot to tell you. All hard boiled eggs Yes important okay. So you boil the water i. Then you place the eggs into boiling water leave uncovered for Thirteen. Minute uncovered uncover uncovered. Okay for thirteen minutes. Okay and even in this corona virus break covered eggs and then put him in an ice bath Like ice water bath and then peel them underwater. Hell that's it. Yeah all right they come off in whole eggshells clock they just slide. Great Amazing thank you. Yep Okay had written down to tell us how to do that. Yeah it is the hard wheats the issues. We attack the issues so My my hot note here. We've been hearing back and forth for a while now from the White House in the intelligence community about that briefing. Last month that Russia was interfering with the twenty twenty election again. Well Twenty twenty election to benefit trump trump so mad That the intelligence community would brief congressman. Adam Schiff before him that he fired deny and since then. He's installed a totally unqualified. Douche named Rick Grenell as one person that sits atop the one person who sits atop all seventeen intelligence agencies and is responsible for ensuring coordination of information and intelligence and he has never worked for intelligence agency before. He has no idea what he's doing. Well they've had a second briefing this week Where they basically said. Hey you know. Those were strong words during our last briefing in our last briefing You know we don't really have any information that that Russia prefers trump specifically so they were sort of walking that back them. Church trump made them And Grinnell wasn't even there and he was supposed to be Circulation that went out to all lawmakers had him on the schedule to appear for the second briefing He had actually asked trump if he could sit this one out because he was afraid of. Dem's asking him stuff he didn't know anything about. He says he was unprepared and not read in to answer questions and he didn't WanNa have to handle questions about Russia that could potentially upset the president so he are acting. Director of national intelligence had a seventeen intelligence agencies did not go to the intelligence briefing on the Russian interference in the two thousand twenty election. Well now there's this this is reporting from CNN. That Russian trolls now have hubs in Ghana and Nigeria. And they're all backing trump by the way and this time they're better disguised or they're harder to identify and track from Clinton Clarice Award on CNN. She says in two thousand sixteen much of the trolling aimed at the US election operated from an office block in Saint Petersburg Russia A MONTHS-LONG CNN investigation has now discovered that this election cycle at least part of the campaign has been outsourced to trolls and West. African nations of Ghana and Jiri yet. They have focused almost exclusively on racial issues in the United States. Promoting black empowerment office often displaying anger towards white Americans and the goal is to inflame divisions among Americans and provoke social trust unrest and the language and images used in these posts on twitter and facebook are sometimes very graphic One of the Ghanean trolls At Africa wake linked to a story from a left wing conspiracy website and commented on facebook that Americans descent into a fascist police state continues on another occasion That same account Africa must week tweeted. You police been killing blacks since you're raggedy. Mama's gave birth to you happy. Mlk Day to you hypocrites and more than two hundred accounts like this were created by the Ghanaian trolls. No vast majority in the second half twenty nineteen they've reached hundreds of thousands probably millions of people worldwide And this is just like the IRA Internet research agency. It's run by concord management and the Afghan any promotion. Facebook says that about thirteen thousand. Facebook accounts have followed one or more of those Ghana. Ghanaian accounts and around two hundred sixty five thousand people followed one or more of the instagram accounts about sixty five percent. Of whom are Americans twitter told CNN It had removed seventy-one accounts had sixty eight thousand followers most were tweeting in English And presented themselves as based in the United States They said in a statement the accounts operating out of Ghana Nigeria and which we can reliably associate with Russia attempt to sow discord by engaging conversations about social issues like race and civil rights The headquarters were in a walled compound in a quiet residential area near the capital Accra in Ghana and it had been rented by a small nonprofit group that called itself eliminating barriers for the Liberation of Africa or E. B. L. A. Sixteen Ghanians mostly in their twenties. Worked AT THE COMPOUND. Some lived rent free in a nearby apartment They were issued mobile phones Not Laptops and they worked around a table so they're just sitting in an office tweeting off the NBA. Trolls communicated group Through the encrypted telegram APP which is rarely used in in Ghana. One of the trolls agreed to talk to CNN. That's how they that's how they got most of this information along. Her identity was disguised. She said that she had no idea. She would be working as a Russian troll. She said that the employees were given topics to post about. So you get stories about. Lgbtq you get stories about police brutality. It depends on what you're what you're working on She said Cnn investigation found the accounts created in Ghana were consistently coordinated posting on the same topic with hours of each other instagram account. Which makes sense if they're all sitting around a table. Instagram accounts of period of done. Especially well the most popular instagram account. Build a following of more than twenty five thousand. That's three times. It's twitter audience Us Senator Mark Warner Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said in response to CNN's investigation. Here he said I've said for years. Now it would be foolish to believe there was only the one well-publicized IRA facility in Saint Petersburg this new reporting as a reminder of the continuing threat we face from Russia and its continuing efforts to divide manipulate us on social media. Yup Yeah it's that's part of the hard part about having conversations online right now is you. Don't who the fuck is about. And he donahue Israel anymore but sentinel is pretty great yeah So consistently on there. Now I've even a lot of people say oh well there's a lot of quote unquote boroughs which are bots. I think that there are lots of every supporter of because I've had I've been seeing supports by people who are over the los are quote unquote supporters of another Democratic candidate. And I'm like how this is nasty. I think this is a real and even outside of president trump's stuff there's even just accounts that will really aggressive overlying even just vaguely political things sort of just like comment and slip in talking points. That are out of nowhere and length. Those people are almost certainly bought yet. But then I see people take the bait. And they'll come back you know they say stuff. Trump is for sure. We tweet bots young empathize political opinions many times. I don't know many times but at least a couple of times Senate hearings on that or he's tweeted people who have like two followers. Yeah and and the the scary part. Is that these like this? Ghanaian compound in the Internet Research. Agencies AREN'T BOUGHT THESE ARE PEOPLE. Then you know who who've been online for while they're they're the idea is to have an online presence and talk about ice cream and making bread and whatever you do and then to be turned on to be politicized. Yeah and so it's it's just it's it's that's why they're so hard to track again easy to track. Bots right. Yeah Yeah these folks. It's it's it's much harder all right. Well that's my hot not y'all ready for sabotage. Yes.

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"g. he" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

14:41 min | 11 months ago

"g. he" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Mccown while he was two thousand eleven okay summer of two thousand eleven so it was at that point that so you needed to assault looking at bringing mole other farmers and out socio tree and Was that easy finding other people that met. You'll kind of criteria. I guess yeah it. It was is because there's lots of the same type of systems in the Westcountry James New So we you. We were very lucky. In the fact that we govern kind of handpicking approach femmes in. You know they were following the the right breed them. I'm with the right system. The right diet and we'd guidance stand on the farm and cheese united is animals and it was It was fantastic and in the end we ended. Ah People was still on knocking on the door. Probably get new producer every week saying you say it isn't so chatting about them a little bit On your website and I think in some of the some of the stuff about stewart the chicken farm regularly as we are sort of What's the word kind of a good benchmark of the kind of thing why why is why is house Jewish farms the right approach? And can you just tell us a little bit about him and yeah sure. Yeah we love G. He's worked he. We were with with Steve for five five. Six years now So he originally had a a chicken farmer who eventually I think went out of business. So I'm I'm sue is no organic free range. And I'm he's based just outside of radstock he does poetry including some game as well so he does giessen Texas at Christmas Rajdeep met him last week to talk about being on the ground since July. The Turkeys these free range chicken farmer and he's top of his game he's as a young guy family farm and he believes in free range chicken being Influx of two hundred making. The chickens are out today outside. He's creating habitats which encourage them to go outside and he's giving it's an it's not gonNA false. Grind chicken breed like a Ross's process Costs would white slavery breed And he he's wearing them out tonight seventy days which is double the amount you would find on some even free range chickens and seek Malkin. mazing so I I think chickens is always an example we give and I'm. I'm still not entirely happy with the compromise that we might but we're working on this but the kind of standards of chicken kind of worst case scenario maybe imported from Thailand injected with a saline solutions drawing water and add weight. And all that kind of stuff then you you got your thirty five chicken. Gross quickly even developed legs and ends up. Scientists over fifty six days seems to be the next level up of which there were even some alleged alleged free range retro which will come onto in a minute because some questions around that and then yeah seven days is the kind of the keys scenario. I suppose you mentioned him. Not being organic organic is a conscious decision. Do you know the details behind. That is to why I think it's similar to why we went again. It when we started up business James's diet is effectively. Running on an organic farm is no scanning the land but He was a guy that said. Well I'm happy with how important and I'd I need the label. We start in the recession. We look to the Or should we put three compassion naught and we kind of decided the act Conveyed All message karate. which was you know? We look farms Individual basis extensive free range of input We would be fine. And we didn't want to have to put the organic label on because I think had a perceived value of being more expensive and in a recession. When we started that was something we were keen to avoid So we We we had a chat. And you know he's he's no ganic but he's very proud of the way that he's running his system I think they're all they're not while they're on many things that would stop him from being organic but he's growing growing cereals on his father to feed his chickens also about feed from the thing that gets in the way why it exactly exactly. Yes yeah. That's it so I think you know if that's something that you feel strongly about then Really Great Organic Jane Foams out there as well And we were going to say. Well this is Ju- system if you you know if you buy into it and its its it's proper free range chicken and the animals very happy and very seriously and then it's then it's like. Hey I think that's going to be the K.. Isn't end and you will doing doing it. And you know I feel for the average consumer because they don't have that opportunity but then as why they need to buy from companies like yours. I suppose but the key thing is to go meet meet you supply meet you meet you. Produce look look in the eye and find out what compromises they're making and if it simply the case of not jumping through the often financial implications of jumping through the organic accreditation. Who who says you know we've we've dealt with farmers are way too small to come through that kind of executive processing these things pointless and there is just meeting those people and trusting why? That's the case yet post so insane that rather than following an extra accreditation. You've come up your own set of guidelines is that right. Can you just explain a bit about. What do you look for them? When you go out and Ashley so we is really important to us if we're marketing free range and in a painting Afam is face on our website that we're out there in the field with them? So we do that activity James Flam business assistance on Wacky in the business class at the moment and cheese writing aren set of off welfare standards So we've finished Chicken welfare standards and winnow writing all lamb and beef and pork and we. He was doing that because as she said on. Yeah there are certain standards Smooth smooth farmers a struggling to to Kinda hit in terms of Accreditation and also the cost as well And I think it's some sons equites broad strike in what they did and which would be more individual NECA foams on individual basis and then go back because we talked earlier with based on understand the traditional approach and I had a good chat with thome foot from the open area about this and understanding in the dairy industry and the compromises made with regards to animals. inbounds awesome was very good at saying. It's not it's not a kind of a right or wrong. Approach you decide your approach and kind of way eleven of compromises because in his system. He doesn't have milk for three months of the year into into a lot of people that's not going to be an ideal level of compromise but he was very good at explaining. I suppose the difference between intensive farming rather than traditional relational. Actually what. You're going back to in many ways. But intensive found in dairy brought up in a bomb their whole lives or or at the very least east brought back to the bomb twice a day milking. where's his cows are outside all the time? So intensive meat cattle farming was involved so cattles who's potentially born taken away or a couple of days and they kept in a in a bomb most of their live. My understanding is that these we grow them for size size and girth and speed of growth. Can you just explain about how the intensive system works. And then we'll talk about the show I worked on a beef on Supplying Assif Marquette a neighbor take dairy carbs at three or four days on the come in and the Powdered milk And they would then grow oversee away from them. Others ought to appoint they would then weaned onto a high protein feed and and they would be in a shed and the farmers in foments be looking at Danny weight. Gain says all about how quickly that animal was growing and try and finish. I am fifteen sixteen months and they would predominantly be inside. The problem was that they always feed him. high-protein feed stuff. So that might be Brad cake. oranges free. Also things that a cow shouldn't eat ready and It was is obviously a kind of race to the bottom side is all about trying to produce This me as quickly as possible. So it can be sold in the market for as cheap as possible in couch be outside Ian Graphs and I think you look at why not put out was being produced and I think it's because is the SIF markets demand on Farmers on pressure on volunteering contracts g type of beef and I think we we also have responsibility is continuing to say you know. Why is that pack of defense acquit allies? That shaking three pounds. And I think we need to to ask more questions when you're in the safe about products but so that's a review of fatty intensive very intensive beef system and then the opposite is is how James Raises Beef wishes out outdoors in on grocer. Ni- buildings is now. Hi Hi preteen feat that traditional breeds and The that being sought to twenty six to thirty months as additional we've system so you know the two very different things but I think currently that needs to be more education about Beef systems because they really are black and white in terms of their novus reforms in the middle as well but that loads of different farming systems and the way producing beef isn't just as being portrayed in the media Night lots of what we see lots of stuff. In the present moment I think of it comes from America in the fatal systems that are out there in emissions and documentaries on net flicks about that and space the very very different systems to what we're doing in the southwest of England into wearing cartel and grass and cheap and gross. Yeah it's interesting isn't it. I think it is about education. I don't think the consumer would be happy mostly and I am very privileged position probably where we can decide whether spent a little bit more money on the that we by having said that I do think that one of the opportunities to buy me often definitely. We shouldn't be by me. Every day of we easing every day of the week. It's you know it's it's should should be a product that is Diet I think two or three times a week And we have customers that tell us now that they budget with evokes is so they will buy a photo by any other meat from anywhere else. And that's it you know. They'll have that over three weeks five weeks and that's I think that's the way to do it. It's interesting that you say that 'cause I might and there's a lot of bushes who Who just say goodbye as much as the cash? Why'd into you say three times a week because it's not sustainable? The way we're currently raring mate. In the wild we will not be able to keep eating cheap. Mates like India's I think we need to be more responsible We need to do. We need to be looking individual farms in systems and say is. This is a type of meet the comfortable eating. And it's not been intensively deformed and we we're big advocates. If we think that the audacity balanced everything has to be a moderation Yeah any you know. I think we've we've got to have customers that kind of appreciate that. United does a compromise somewhere and if we can kind of help without then hi-fi business confidence destroyed. Yeah that's interesting. I'm we spoke about this before we started chatting. I gave you the admission. I've been following a plant based Diet in the last eighteen months because I wanted to learn the flip side of the debate and the argument. I suppose which has been interesting. But it's also fascinating to see that in in the the traditional farmed system and I haven't got my head around all of the answers yet myself. But some certainly in farming we spread manure over the over the land kind of rejuvenate rejuvenate the soil to enable us to grow the crops. And actually it feels like a balanced system. There's a I think it's called poly face farm in the US so if you read the book. OMNIVORES DILEMMA EMMA. Not really really good but when you get the system right you know the benefit of having a broad range of animals on the farm and a really diverse kind of system is it seems to be self feeding and there is an argument to say that we do need Cats and pigs and chickens also on the same farm. That's kind of growing the the veggies and the grains and all that kind of stuff systems as yester- but is interesting too so that yeah even even in your line of work that you see that as important do you think it's is realistic. We at the point where humanity just goes. I can buy a Bob. Five hundred grams of midsummer. quit now and that's just the system and we've just got used used to it and that's the trajectory of what you do you feel like we're on the point of change. I couldn't change because our customer feedback is actually leave even save markets to come to fill them flower. Let that's the feedback we get and and lots of that is because the product isn't great in the market so I think people are looking better to quality products. If you don't hang beef Dan. It retains loss of water if you don't have to breathe. It doesn't doesn't have the qualities that without that ran in traditional breed. They're aw lots of coolness cop on that puts US going into deceive market and I think people definitely coming to us saying well you know. Actually we don't want tweet me every night of the week it's not tasted very good Anyway and We're going to show you what we think and A hyperbole more people guy that way but clearly preteens a big part of people's diets. That's and I'm not saying like we're the only way Definitely not but do I think the really cheap quality meat should be on the on the shelf. Jeff like at the supermarket for a quick Ni- definitely not. No I agree..

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"g. he" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"g. he" Discussed on Get Up!

"The league I agree with that but the League is not built on who your third quarterback is the League is built to your quarterback is in one of the reasons the league had such a good year last year was the quarterbacks generally state healthy and right now. They're dropping like flies now. Obviously the darnold thing that's not a function of football but breeze gets hurt on a plight rothlisburger not quite short not on that list is Andrew Luck who retired because of all of the hits that he took so so Dan Orlovsky that can be done to protect the quarterback than they're currently doing. They're doing a great job of it in to your point. If those guys staying healthy the last year was such a paramount reason why the success was what it was but here's the thing because everyone's like man. These guys have to stop taking hits or protect themselves. I want everyone understand how hard that is if your quarterback within the moment and you're trying to make a play in that split second of do I want to be special or do I want to be. He is not worth it. In this moment that is a split second a blink of an eye in so like the perfect example is Carson wentz right. If you look at just two plays from the other night night it's the interception right before half on third and eight where he's trying to be special. Throw the ball downfield and it's picked off and it's thirty eight that he he runs around. He's getting dragged down onto my collins. Which one do you want because for you to be a special player a guy that hey we're going to pay this one hundred twenty million dollars. It's not as easy as in those moments taking the calculated risks and so it is a very fine line that those guys have to handle but it's not as easy as people think like oh just take more hits. You're you're in the moment and you have that quickly to decide. I'm not the most useful to tool in the toolbox but I can be a part of fixing the car and a part of fixing in the car is not dropping back fifty times a game. That's the issue with these quarterbacks man. When we talk about how to keep guys healthy the the probability of your quarterback getting hurt especially when you have questions on offense is the dropping back fifty times a game gee if I told you almost winging this bat a hundred the Times. If you stand in front of the one hundred gets tired you get knocked out art so that that's the issue and now you have teams that are drafting rush the passer there are no all these big three hundred forty pound. D- tackles that eating space you guys on the inside like Erin Down. You Got Fletch Cock. You got all of these guys. That's continue to pressure the quarterback. They want to continue to if they don't think this falls on. There's Oh so it's not just a senior quarterback stuff like tigger point markets into look was let the drive a staff and in a system in organization that did not draft will. Shawn Watson Coach continues to think they have an offensive line that they don't so this is not. This is a big picture. You're right this is this is a team that drafts well. This is a team that has a coaching staff that understands it. This is a player that realizes I'm not in high school. I'm not in college. I don't need to prove my toughness outside of the pocket. Because at some point you do need to do that but within the pocket it's you don't want to get to the NFL. You don't have to prove prove your toughness to your teammates anymore. That's right. It's also not the fifty passes but the type of passes the Shawn Watson. You should roll amount more exactly quickey from the pocket where you take the shots. There's no way the way they played at Shawn Watson. It's GonNa Make Y'all not gonNA take credit away from these defendants man. I'm telling you you keep dropping them back. They don't keep get hurt. That's that's these guys are being paid hundreds of millions of dollars to rush the passer now like the time I played in the League and he was in the League during that you had the Land Down Stop Power Lee. You had to deal with that. It wasn't a lot of quarterbacks getting hurt venture now. These guys are dropping back almost fifty to fifty times. I steer to you know an Indian healthy. Sometimes cause was right but sometimes injuries are part of it in some of those guys are a little bit older as well. We've got the young guard coming. The young young kids are coming. I'm just saying and he's getting banged up it. Also it's hard to not throw the ball fifty eighty five when you devalue the running back physician which they've also been doing over the last. We have more quarterbacks to talk about. This morning continues here including Eli Manning. Is he playing on borrowed time. That's it's a question is it time for Carson. Wentz change how he played. Marcus knows and he'll tell you is reduced swag who says right after this get up on ESPN and we're back on up and swag who is with us here and every week. We'd like to Swaggie says because the main can just sort of see through you know what I'm saying so we will listen to what some people in sports had to say and then we'll hear what swag who thinks we start by talking about the New York giants are often very difficult difficult. Owen to start and yesterday their head coach Pat Shurmur was asked if Eli Manning is still going to be the starting quarterback when they play the buccaneers this weekend and what he said was very very interesting. He's been are starting to this point and I don't want to talk about anything else moving forward from that from that standpoint Holland unleashing the you'll have enough. What is the discussion with you at this point. Did they tell you that they're so nothing so looking at we've had not discussed it. The giants decide to meet this. What's his you would stay away from the s. That's what the giants say. What does swagger swagger saying Pat Shurmur Shurmur basically said Damn I WANNA start. Daniel Jones like I WANNA do it so bad but the last guy that said ally got fire to his point so greedy. This is obvious I to- you alone time ago. Where head coaches noncommittal to their quarterback that that means they don't have one or he's not the guy to start? You ain't go here Bella. You Ain't GonNa hear Sean Payton. You'll hear a lot of guys around his leaks. I don't know we'll take take it week to week. That's basically what he was saying a graceful exit for Eli Mayo. They should have done it during the off season. You can't gracefully move on from a quarterback during the season and anyone could see this was not a playoff team was coming onto the year. Let's go to the next one Odell Beckham. He obviously looked terrific last night in the browns win win ahead of this game as you know the jets defensive coordinator. Greg Williams said he didn't consider Della dynamic player. Baker Mayfield was asked about that after the game. Your expensive coordinator suggested that not a dynamic playmaker. You feel like he should otherwise tonight. He said that Jesus it's next question he said what does wag who say. I won't occur guess what Baker Mayfield was saying. I want occurs at Greg Williams for saying something dumb like he said and I agree like this is maybe like this is being. Baker's first first time like being like cold with something that he said like that was amazing. I love the fact he's temper G. He's learning how to respond to these things leagues but you're right by one hundred percent right. Oh agreed. William said I mean Jeez he was he was trying. I look I happened to see it when he did it. He he was trying to make a Jerry Jones joke he explained. It was Jerry Jones job. Candidly he didn't do a terrible job. Last night. Greg Williams defense considering their player without two of their three most important people yeah I thought of the guy gave him one six to one in the two years that I can't argue all right. Finally that's Carson. wentz played very well in the second half of loss on Sunday against the Falcons but as you'll see these highlights and you're probably where he just takes shots all game long his coach Doug Peterson was asked about it. Let's Today. It's one thing you love about Carson toughness. You'd love to see him. maybe throw the ball of his sooner here and there but but the fact that that he performed well well yesterday and and really kept us kept us in this football game for him to escape the pocket like he did. A couple of times was was unbelievable and those are things. You can't really coach all right so that's what Doug Peterson said. What does swag say all this season by the Doug Peterson y'all. I love my quarterback but I'm scared to death. He go get hurt and I'm GonNa get fired at some point because my franchise quarterback keeps getting obliterated in the pocket rocket. I mean look we. Dan talked about it. The quarterbacks have to stop taking his the PC. I'll have to figure out a way to get to this kid and tell him we can. not afford for you to take these. It's just listen. I'm GonNa make a comparison as I wanNA. Bring our laskey and on this quickly. I'm GonNa make a comparison that may not sound like it makes sense but the comparison I'm going to make his Cam Newton because Cam Newton when he first came into the league very effective a variety of ways and many of us kept saying they better change his game or he's not going to play a very long time and here we are in Cam. Newton looks like he may be almost done with how beat up he has gotten. I don't care how big and strong your cars went to big strong. I'm tough guy but you cannot get that. You've heard me say this before like I carson. Wentz should not change his game. This is about refining your game. The great example. It's Tom Brady. Tom Brady's quarterback that he does not one care to prove his toughness outside of the pocket and to he would rather have three four five have incompletions a game in comparison to one extra hit because hit after hit hit heads up and that's where Carson needs to get to. He needs to just realize the three or four incompletions that may happen to game are more or were taking instead of that hit. I'm not I'm not understanding. The comparison. Tom Brady hits the ground the second he's he's going to get it exactly but or opposite of that's where Carson needs to get to because for changing his but that's refining your game because you still at some point need to be a special player because they have different talents again. I go back to those to place the thirty eight mcallen's. What is Matt Collins Throat. He's getting dragged at ground the only reason they have the chance to win the Games de Casse Carson Wentz going to survive the season. No I don't think so either and now look at it doesn't make any difference. Whatever else do they have to protect the quarterbacks. Alice L. is to they are dropping like flies much more to do as we go L. Do we have okay. Let's talk a little college football as we head into week score new Michigan after a bye week number eleven Michigan and Jim harbaugh taken on number thirteen Wisconsin. They eked to buy army. You might say a couple of weeks ago so the pressure certainly on Ann Arbor Arbor. Jim Harbaugh is bringing all finebaum. Who is the President of the Gym Fan Club by the way what's what's going to happen in this game and how much does Michigan need this based on EEKING Army a couple of weeks ago. Michigan.

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"g. he" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"g. he" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"They wouldn't speak publicly in restaurants and public places will private things. I think it's kind discussing with people carry out loud conversations with their cell phone and the other person is our miles away or a twenty miles away. I think it's bizarre that our cultures deteriorate to the point where social media can control everything likely now the states are fine Democrat Republicans but we need to get sort of trump trump doesn't needs knees realized we the public don't WanNa just vote for him. We want to advise him because he's not getting advice from his public as he got a bunch of knuckleheads around him neither globalist war crazies or just plain evil and the fact is there's divisions within our government that I think I call the sad or special attitudes of the the CIA and he's on a need to know basis we think because he's the bully pulpit. The trump is going to access to all this information about the different agencies what to do like area fifty one. I guarantee you trump doesn't if I could sit down with trump for half an hour is asked him a dozen or so questions will what he knows that I know from classified sources I guarantee you. His knowledge of these is classified. Things is nowhere near as high as mine. Even that's disturbing that our president doesn't know about these things but weather modification area fifty one are extra planetary Tori space programs and other things and so on he doesn't know I guarantee the man doesn't know right no he he's he's he's kept in the dark and unfortunately he's surrounded by people that are going to continue to keep them in the dark but I with the firing of of John Bolton It seems like there's hope because I do vividly recall. Oh vitamins ago you said it will be shortly about this time that will make a breakthrough and actually be able to contact prayer that we're going to make a breakthrough now. This may be the first layer of that breaks. There's more layers I have some other contacts. I'm working on very diligently and I'm praying hard because it's the most powerful thing sooners. It's not phoning. People not voted for people. It's prayer the first thing that most powerful thing you can do out there listener sister prayed and take action contact president president trump and say to John W spring this is rather experts like tomorrow got Jerry Barrett on Power Prophecy Gordon Chang on. There's there's going to be coming on this Thursday. He wrote the book the coming collapse of China and I'm trying to get on Gordon Kurt. The bill person is and people have to start understanding that that you know there are the people that have saved parts of the thing that seems to be correct like Harley slanger but he's a trumpet for the Communists. He's basically saying hey belton roads goods always good or they're not trying to take over. Hong Kong and Taiwan the Chinese communists or frigging crazy and dangerous and I always take a Harley to the task you know. Ds's being pushed by Soros us the the the people inside Hong Kong but they know the communist Chinese trying to take over Hong Kong because he realized they're losing business and they don't want business. Leave Save the China closet put a big marketing program for the last number of years especially takes shipping companies for America moving to China for manufacturing now last year for for years under G. They've actually forced them to hand over their technology and even manufacturing and their patents. It's disgusting people. Don't get it that we were in grave danger now. We we have an innovative economy and things we don't even have missile defense system so America basically is it will fade into the shadows of we don't wise up voted. Yes the situation in Hong Kong is very serious because what apparently you also have our provocateurs Vodkas tour's these are Chinese communists who more or less work with the demonstrators but basically are starting a lot of fires and creating a lot of the situations whereby some of the demonstrators are now getting killed by the police and you. I don't think most Americans are aware that just beyond the Hong Kong borders are thousands of Chinese Communist military vehicles just ready to move in then they aren't come in. They actually have false i-it's come in with false garb trying to pretend they're police start riots then start trying to wrest Chinese people that are in Hong Kong or just tried the operating business. Remember that's what emerging American flags because he want trump to liberate. The trump should liberate to me. She'd say China Hands off now. The person inside Hong Kong and tried to pass allow extradition of Chinese people inside Hong Kong would be extradited to the communist Chinese but the agreement they made with British get him at Lisa fifty year time period where couldn't be extradited outside Hong Kong China the communist Chinese are free now. They realize they're caught amies contracting thirty percent the third of the PLA members the majority eighty percent of the new billionaires. The world are all communist Chinese. Does it get a slave market and they've been bringing in people to stripping bring air businesses stripping our patented stealing our technology and gene wants to control the I that's why we had this recent conference with Ma from China this billionaire and and Elon Musk and they were arguing over things but they ultimately the Chinese WanNa control artificial intelligence and they wanNA control hacking into your consciousness and your physical body. Audie your DNA people's own all they wouldn't do that said you know you're an idiot and there's no cure for it took the Darwin effect which means you don't listen to me. You'RE GONNA die so I just GONNA be unpleasant. You're going to die because they resurrect this system of hell which they're doing step by step in China. It's going to be awful. I mean you think you're gonNA gotTA escape. I put the picture up for yesterday's news shows a picture of a room with a little boy seeing on a coach opposite a robot man playing chess with him and her two robot women standing behind another robot about one kind of approach down. That's the future. They want to build us. They want to build us where we in a cyber cage puzo no they wouldn't do that. I'm thinking you're an idiot. That's that's what they are doing. It step by step by step creating this. That's why look at the social media. They're out of control now aren't they. Even the States of Democrats and Republicans are getting ticked off often but trump. GonNa wind up realize if we don't maintain our hegemony over our American and innovative economy we don't have missile defense we you don't control become the power of the world and being God. They want not a totalitarian. No control freak newer water one. We're going to have halladay earth and that's coming quickly quickly. Isn't it come as quickly as next month. get that. I think you're just making this up and he goes no not making this up. I mean look they. WanNa put in the next two years. One hundred twenty thousand Salads six companies around the world. They're putting them in the roadway so putting them all over Los Angeles and Sacramento and other cities in America's attest. That's because eventually they want a ton of local so it'll be a lot even have your own car. The future does these means are crazy. They don't want automobiles was gas but they want. Electric TRUECAR's run by robots and you won't be able to drive your car on the freeway. It'll be a robot car controlled by a and if they say you can't drive go for pointing to point B. You're not going people. Don't get that to know now that they have no idea that we're headed for a regimented society in which the individual has no control what told no control million no prevention of forced vaccination or even termination. If you get too expensive at the state take care of you. I saw it in Canada yesterday. Middle class does better in the middle class in America because they don't want the high expenses but guess what you get really sick and Kennedy. Just don't go to community. They just give you a lethal injection kill. Ya I saw it. Canadian eight Cat Canadian healthcare is disgusting all right. I saw kill both my parents all right. Oh Dr Diggle. How do you know this stuff. I said firsthand son opened. You damned opinion well. That's odd very nice. Why do you think Dr Giggles name and Nice should be with a thousand miles of each other. I will die I for you but I won't put up with crap from anybody and people is so offensive. We don't want to call him to your show. Why not because you're not brave enough. Ask good good question. I'll give you an answer eight one eight hundred sixty four one but you know what I get very few callers because unless actually talked to the person on the phone and say I want you to call them certain time on a certain topic. Most people are only for freight to call it and he's going to embarrass me. I don't want to embarrass you. I want to teach you you need to realize I'm the laminant teacher and you're a teacher feature to we're called to be prophetic and apostolic and people to bring whistled for the most. I got was owner wisdom our civilization's dying it says in the Bible without my people pay hey we are basically feeding or dying for lack of wisdom or knowledge and says I show great to before the great and terrible day of the Lord I should bring a famine not a friend of bread and water but of the word the words isn't just the Bible we you and I are the word we are the physical walking word of God are we. We're the truth and you see by killing us by sanctioning us by twittering US Dhaka's off twitter and facebook. There's trying to silence the word we are speaking truth to the people and it's the only thing that's gonNa keep civilization alive. It's not going to be kept alive because we have good power distribution system or new genetically modified farming techniques so we have more food which is toxic our bodies or toxic stupid five G. and sixteen network narrow what we have understands. They don't have chosen because they don't have truth. They're going to die hi John Open opinion they said well. How do you prove that I said I got technology to prevent yes but it takes more than just technology it it takes devising wisdom a spiritual intervention of which yeah well. I just information to see what people don't WanNa say a little prayer now before nine eleven dear God to be reminding Jacob the God over America. I call for America the God over. It's a real hell Israel which is now ruled by the people of God which we're GonNa Bring on Dan Patrick to talk about this the the factors the state of Israel is run by sad so Saudi Arabia Special Activities Division. They're not a ton of running. Themselves doesn't run the country. It's run by sad. People don't know that today no they don't know that Saudi Arabia's run by San to and told the Arab Everett's I mean we see them being attacked by Ron and ron's run by Russia. Russia wants to research exert Salvia Union there are just rabidly interested in re establishing the Soviet Union taken over Latvia Estonia and they're really aggravated by we putting he just anti missile system would remain it used to be part of the Russian Empire. They're checked and Putin who doesn't drink vargas. Particularly techies not numbed by drinking vodka this guy's egoistical Satanic Maniac and people don't get it. Do they better. They better get so you know it's just like these are red haired. Eastern European Vikings in their rabbit and are vicious and their craziest health and you gotta take them seriously you. I gotTA stop pretending that they're stupid. They're stupid people these racer Martin people but they're evil. They're very very evil. Okay and guess what I understand that very clearly and I want people to understand the Chinese China. Psyche is basically these leaders G. He wants to be emperor for life..

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"g. he" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"g. he" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You gotta make a comment. A little bit. But he's gonna make a comment move over. Al Davis murph's Romo is join the conversation. You have the comment coast for the crowd that just got out of their car. Just got in the car. He sat down with Bonnie, Jill. And I don't think it's this day and age you can't say this to the latest candy something I'd do, but he's also not gonna correct Charles HALE right here is going to observe buddy. Jo gorgeous. Hey might be cold outside. But in a Heidi. Hello. I told you what Jim. So anyway, so. The Wall Street Journal has taken the phenomenon that has swept America which is Tony Romo predicting every play at critical moments, and they sifted through ready for this forty six hours of Tony Romo footage to review every play. He calls got time for that. That's insane. So they went up to and told them we watched two thousand five hundred ninety nine place. Roma said, you gotta be kidding me. They said, no. And he actually saved most of his predictions for late in the year for playoff games. He's like a big time. He's like a like a big time player saves his best Klay Thompson shooting game six at Oklahoma City. So I said he kind of eased any actually made it a total of seventy two predictions this year. And he they asked him. They said, what do you think your success rate was and Tony Romo very modest, man. He said, I don't know twenty one percent. Wow. They said, no, you were correct. Sixty eight percent of the time. Hello. According to the Wall Street Journal. He's like is that good? Or is that bad? They said, let's put it this way. It's higher than Tom Brady's completion percentage. This year. Wow. That's pretty good. And then they said he saved his best work for the AFC championship. He made eleven predictions in fourth quarter and overtime alone. You could sense it. He was just getting I again, Klay. Thompson gave him the ball. Your check this out. The NFL network has been replaying that I recommend checking now is pretty cool because they edit out all the dead spots. And all of the a lot of the huddle stuff has taken such just play play play. And they condense it to a two hour program. And the funny thing about Romo in the AFC championship cope. He was mellow for the first two three quarters. He was pretty children's complementing Nance. Yeah. Jim I see what's going on. And then by the time the fourth quarter gets underway. The back and forth in the scoring it became a shootout. That's when he started getting excited, and I kind of that makes me like Romo even a little more because he's like a regular, dude. Like me or you like where he's doing his job for three-quarters, then he just got excited, and I can't blame him because it was an unbelievable game. And then an OT, Murph. Not he was he was he was off his ass. He's a we he's he's at. His best. When the game is biggest there. And so they said when he just said general runner pass he hit on seventy six percent of those. But when he would actually predict where the ball would go the rate dropped to sixty five percent now that now that everybody's shining a light on this. Do you think that he'll feel more compelled to make predictions on the question? He's known as a predictor. Now. He's like, well, that's part of my thing. Do I have to keep doing? There's an interesting thing. So you might want to pay particular attention, again, this is the Wall Street Journal to win. The patriots have the ball. He's particularly hot in calling out the pats. His his rate jacks up to almost seventy percent. How do I smell with other scandal? Now romo. Placate film gate Romo gate. That's exactly right. That is too good. So anyway. Yeah. I I do think it'd becomes a little bit of a thing where it's might be in his head a little bit. Like do. I should I am I over predicting a my under predicting should I crank them up. He's got a little pressure on them. Now. Now as a pressure on Steph when he shoots, wait a minute. What's up? I'm just saying like he's like a shooter like well. Don't don't think just do. Yeah. Yeah. That's your best advice for all of us for all of us. Don't overanalyze just go to cope. I think it was during your show today. We're if I totally forgot about the speaking of patriots scandals there've been so many over the years, filming the guys practice Deflategate. I've forgotten how many over all really have. I forgot about the fact that Brady destroyed his cell phone, dude. I totally the mafia. Yeah. Where's the phone? The phone is now you're actually destroyed a cell phone now. What was on the phone forget incriminating text. Yeah. They thought maybe he had like directed. The ball boys to deflate balls or something like that. It was all part of the investigation. So you've got a replay that that sound from Monday night when he says the Goff. You know, I'm not going to give them any advice. There's a guy. Shooter. Yeah. It's funny. When I did my Ireland hit they were asking about that. They're like Brian is the legacy still stained phonology cheating scandal. So I was like man, I I said to be honest Brady sort of outlasted him he's still goes out there. And he has to do it cheat. Or no cheat. I mean, you still got to beat the opponent. And somehow he keeps doing right, right, right? All right. Hey, I teased a couple of forty Niners things. I mean this like behind the scenes stuff, but you know, with rich scannon Garoppolo gone the new quarterback coach the guy who found Nick Mullins Nick in a box. So we got to have a new Jimmy G whisperer. And it looks like they're homing in on hiring. A guy named Shane day. Shane day. This is important stuff guys. Because this is the guy is going to be bringing Jimmy G. He and Jimmy G are going to be bunking together. You know what I mean? So he's a former a dolphins tight ends coach. He spent some time with the bears as a QB coach university of Connecticut. Twenty twelve in two thousand thirteen he was with the Redskins assistant o line coach two thousand fourteen fifteen and then he was an offensive quality control coach with the Niners back in. Oh, seven zero nine that was Nolan and single Terry. Right. Yeah. So anyway, get to know him Shane day. And then the other one is the Niners are looking for a new receivers coach. Yeah. Because they they made microflora they're they're passing game. I have to ask and they're bringing in for an interview Wes Welker. Hey, that's interesting. Wes Welker who they're saying. In the ultimate comparison is well great. He can go coach Trent Taylor because any guy who's five eight and white is Wes Welker right, by the way. Oh, sorry about that misfire. So I was gonna say, you know, what that's anybody who's a product of that that patriot coaching system though. I'd be interested to hear what he had to say. You might have some good insights a little change in the Niners staff coming your way. And also a a new Mark came out on NFL dot com. But come on guys are just throwing it against the wall. But just for the hell of read the mock this guy. NFL dot com. Had the Niners taken Rashawn Gerry. The pass rusher out of Michigan come on down. Gary. He was a big high school recruit for Jim Harbaugh. Jersey pollyanna jury what town do you know? I get it back to you on that one union football watch out ninety five says what you guys are saying is don't don't overanalyze just shoot your shot. That was Charles Haley today. That's what nine to five. That's pretty funny twain Kuyper is going to join us on the other side look forward to it can't be our six eighty sports ELO..

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"g. he" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"g. he" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Well, I if you heard me accused conversation about a Q is again, everybody's calling him a fucking lunatic. The NFL's like you're screaming like that. Where you're blocking people. It's a hell of a block though. Hel. Very good. Speaking of a block. On Monday night football. We just got completely caught blocked by the San Francisco forty Niners somehow ally manning surgeons, I don't know what were they I still think we're on the right side of the pick the over hit and the forty Niners were winning the entire forty Niners over did not hit. I did not take that. I took the over. Well, then there's a miscreants. There's medication. I took the San Francisco forty Niners over which was twenty four. We only twenty yards away from it in that. So I got an if they score that touchdown with no time left. They only wind up winning by two anyway. So we don't even have them, but they wouldn't want the over. So would split I was and then Nick bonds is telling people to stay off the field because the fix I'm sitting here in my bed like jumping up like pass interference in the end zone. Where on the one pass interference on the end zone. And then erupts like no holding on the offense. And I'm like, Nick Mullins, the fucker you doing you've got my heart broken over his and said that he is still gonna be the quarterback until he says, otherwise so poor CJ. I think Molins is good. Yeah. I can I like CJ brother too. I I like both of them actually Mullins does this is the first time playing right bathroom too. I guess it's better get hurt. Yeah. Yeah. Wally put stuff. Well, it happened. Jimmy G. He Wally pipped by your by CJ bathroom view is losing game. Seal handsome. He's still look to the crop gap there with his he had a bomber jacket out there in a sweet. And then you saw his friend actually tell them that we're on TV right now. And they started smiling halfway through it. Good. Good softwares that he's not on the sideline. Now with the tornado COO is it. I mean, it's been a while since he tore that I feel you know, what that is a very interesting thing at least with an earpiece in or at least like just I don't know. Like, you would think if Brady was at two out of patriots game in the suite instead of on silent. Wouldn't that be little weird? I think people would attack Tom Brady. Yeah. I found that weird on Friday like go down with your teammates hanging. Watch the game on the silent. I didn't even think about that. Because there's probably something you helpless. Yeah. That's like when Payton was hurt. They didn't have them going to games. And then he went to one game and he stood like, right funny. Offense coordinator and Coldplay's basically for Curtis painter right down the field and scored. I'm going to go. Why does it? Why don't we do painting? Why don't we do this every weekend? I know you've got a very bad neck in. You're probably going through rehab, but I would also like to not be miserable. I would also like to not be defeated here. So like that happened against I think it was the Bengals he we're at instances natty and he's calling signals to Curtis painter. Curses like, I don't know. If Peyton said he was going to do it or what happened? But he steps up starts calling signals. And then he's looking up at the jumbo trumpetings. Like looking up at the Jumbotron, and he's like, okay, Ben, boom, boom was to this. And we walk right down. The field. Score knows like that might be the first touch. I'm gonna spend on. And then something happened where either he had another round of rehab like he was getting rehab on the neck, very, very it was a huge because that was a career situation in he he leaves them. Like, I feel like we should try to get that guy that just walked out of here with that neck and forehead like I think we should have him try to be potentially. Call plays. That'd be good for everybody. If that could happen. So there has to be something that the starting quarterback can do on the sideline I agree with that. But who knows how healthy is is..

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"g. he" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"g. he" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Well, I if you heard me accused conversation about a Q is again, everybody's calling him a fucking lunatic. The NFL's like you're screaming like that. Where you're blocking people. It's a hell of a block though. Hel. Very good. Speaking of a block. On Monday night football. We just got completely caught blocked by the San Francisco forty Niners somehow ally manning surgeons, I don't know what were they I still think we're on the right side of the pick the over hit and the forty Niners were winning the entire forty Niners over did not hit. I did not take that. I took the over. Well, then there's a miscreants. There's medication. I took the San Francisco forty Niners over which was twenty four. We only twenty yards away from it in that. So I got an if they score that touchdown with no time left. They only wind up winning by two anyway. So we don't even have them, but they wouldn't want the over. So would split I was and then Nick bonds is telling people to stay off the field because the fix I'm sitting here in my bed like jumping up like pass interference in the end zone. Where on the one pass interference on the end zone. And then erupts like no holding on the offense. And I'm like, Nick Mullins, the fucker you doing you've got my heart broken over his and said that he is still gonna be the quarterback until he says, otherwise so poor CJ. I think Molins is good. Yeah. I can I like CJ brother too. I I like both of them actually Mullins does this is the first time playing right bathroom too. I guess it's better get hurt. Yeah. Yeah. Wally put stuff. Well, it happened. Jimmy G. He Wally pipped by your by CJ bathroom view is losing game. Seal handsome. He's still look to the crop gap there with his he had a bomber jacket out there in a sweet. And then you saw his friend actually tell them that we're on TV right now. And they started smiling halfway through it. Good. Good softwares that he's not on the sideline. Now with the tornado COO is it. I mean, it's been a while since he tore that I feel you know, what that is a very interesting thing at least with an earpiece in or at least like just I don't know. Like, you would think if Brady was at two out of patriots game in the suite instead of on silent. Wouldn't that be little weird? I think people would attack Tom Brady. Yeah. I found that weird on Friday like go down with your teammates hanging. Watch the game on the silent. I didn't even think about that. Because there's probably something you helpless. Yeah. That's like when Payton was hurt. They didn't have them going to games. And then he went to one game and he stood like, right funny. Offense coordinator and Coldplay's basically for Curtis painter right down the field and scored. I'm going to go. Why does it? Why don't we do painting? Why don't we do this every weekend? I know you've got a very bad neck in. You're probably going through rehab, but I would also like to not be miserable. I would also like to not be defeated here. So like that happened against I think it was the Bengals he we're at instances natty and he's calling signals to Curtis painter. Curses like, I don't know. If Peyton said he was going to do it or what happened? But he steps up starts calling signals. And then he's looking up at the jumbo trumpetings. Like looking up at the Jumbotron, and he's like, okay, Ben, boom, boom was to this. And we walk right down. The field. Score knows like that might be the first touch. I'm gonna spend on. And then something happened where either he had another round of rehab like he was getting rehab on the neck, very, very it was a huge because that was a career situation in he he leaves them. Like, I feel like we should try to get that guy that just walked out of here with that neck and forehead like I think we should have him try to be potentially. Call plays. That'd be good for everybody. If that could happen. So there has to be something that the starting quarterback can do on the sideline I agree with that. But who knows how healthy is is..

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