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 Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

"Dot com reports with civil juries found a woman liable for malicious prosecution in a ripe allegation she made against former Ohio State football standout Gary and Conley more than 5 years ago. The accusation against Conley came shortly before the 2017 NFL Draft, in which he had been projected to be a high first round pick, the 23 year old woman alliance that he had sexually assaulted her in a Cleveland hotel room. Connelly's attorney said the sex was consensual. Connolly sued her in a counter claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. He asked for just $300 in damages. The jury agreed. I Norman hall

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Koo's late 53-yard FG lifts Falcons past Fields, Bears 27-24

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Koo's late 53-yard FG lifts Falcons past Fields, Bears 27-24

"Yahoo cook kicked a 53 yard field goal with one 47 remaining to give the Atlanta Falcons a 27 24 win over the Chicago Bears Who also had a 40 yarder but it was a 103 yard kick-off return by a quarter L Patterson and a passing of Marcus Mariota that gave Atlanta the victory You got to give a lot of credit to our guys up front I mean really they dominated and to be able to do that And to be able to be balanced like that makes us tough to stop Mariana passed for a 131 yards The bears Justin Fields pass for one 53 but also re injured his left shoulder on the final drive of the game Gary McKinley Atlanta

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Young helps Hawks pull away in 2nd half, beat 76ers 104-95

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Young helps Hawks pull away in 2nd half, beat 76ers 104-95

"Ben hawks broke a 55 55 third quarter tie rolled to a 20 point lead later in the period that had to stave off a late rally by Philadelphia to finally defeat the 76ers one O four to 95 Trae Young led 6 ox and double figures with 26 points 15 in the first quarter Nate McMillan We needed everybody tonight We knew that we were going to need our bench up inch came through a force and we took care of business here at home Joe LMB led the sixers with 26 points Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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 Dicker kicks winner to lift Chargers over Falcons 20-17

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dicker kicks winner to lift Chargers over Falcons 20-17

"And two fourth quarter field goals gave the Los Angeles chargers a 2017 win over the Atlanta Falcons Cameron dicker hit on a 37 yard field goal with no time left to win it He also had a 31 yarder Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert had a stellar afternoon going 30 43 for 245 yards on a touchdown It's not easy It's never easy in the NFL and that's a really good football team that we played against But for those guys to be able to step up deal with the punches the adversity and answer I thought that was huge for us Austin Eckler accounted for two LA touchdowns Gary McKinley Atlanta

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Koo's OT FG gives Falcons improbable 37-34 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Koo's OT FG gives Falcons improbable 37-34 win over Panthers

"In a game involving two teams battling for leadership of the NFC south the now four and four Atlanta Falcons defeated the two and 6 Carolina Panthers 37 34 in overtime Young Wei Ku kicked a 41 yard field goal to give the falcons the victory Marcus Mariota led Atlanta throwing for three touchdowns and going 20 of 28 for 253 yards Our guys they don't blame Good plays bad plays They stay pretty even killed And when those things happen when bad things happen our guys are ready to step up and make a play Panthers had plenty of chances but two miss kicks and an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty cost them the win Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Siakam scores 20 as Raptors beat slumping 76ers 119-109

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Siakam scores 20 as Raptors beat slumping 76ers 119-109

"Gary Trent junior scored a season high 27 points in Pascal siakam had a double double as the raptors dealt the 76ers their fourth loss in 5 games this season One 19 one O 9 Siakam delivered 20 points and matched a career high with 13 assists while playing against Joel embiid I'm always going to go off my respect That's it I put the work in And yeah I'm never going back down from anybody He was four of 8 from three point range while Trent was 5 for ten Toronto was 16 of 37 from beyond the arc overall and beat in tyrese maxi each scored 31 points for the sixers I'm Dave ferry

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Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

"Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.

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Rory McIlroy Weighs in on Fall Golf

Fore The People

01:12 min | Last month

Rory McIlroy Weighs in on Fall Golf

"I don't really care about falling off. I just don't. I can't get into it. I can't get into it. I saw Rory today was asked what they should do about the fog off schedule. Gary Gary Williams asked him that former golf channel great. I love Gary Williams. I think he was the best. He was the MVP of the entire station. Gary Williams asked for Rory. What they should do about the fall golf schedule. And Rory looked at him and said, football. That's it. Football. Rory doesn't like playing golf in the fall. I don't like watching golf in the fall, neither do you, neither does the public. Why play it? Like, the only reason they have to play it now is because they're so many PGA Tour players and with this, these 20 million, $30 million versus they have next year, it's going to be impossible for these kids to come off the corn ferry tour to keep their card with all these elevated events. So yeah, they have to have a ton of playing opportunities. Yeah. It's never going to, with these super with the super duper events, whatever they're calling them, the elevated events. It just means they're just wgc sees they're adding. Basically. They have to have the secondary events. It goes without saying they can't do anything about it.

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The NHL Falls to the Wokies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

The NHL Falls to the Wokies

"This 24 page report from the NHL accelerating diversity and inclusion embedded in the entire thing is there something wrong with white people. It says here hockey in many respects is a universal language. Then they have a gay flag here. This commissioner Gary bettman, very weak person. Goes to the whole thing. We need to diversify the youth hockey ecosystem. Why? What's the goal here? Why do you need to do that? Combating racism and discrimination through education and accountability, oh, they have an NHL hotline to all the leagues and players to report instances of unethical conduct. The mention one leadership, dimension two education, dimension three, employment, improved recruiting and hiring and development practices throughout hockey to increase bipoc, which is, I think people of color. I don't know what the by stands for. Is that bisexual indigenous people of color? A black and okay, sorry. Black indigenous and people of color. It's hard to keep up with the intersectionality. Black indigenous people of color, not bisexual indigenous people of color. I'm sure that would be fine too with them. I'm sure if the person was bisexual, they'd get promoted. Marketing. Further developed content and communication strategies to increase and expand the appeal of hockey to young and diverse audiences. I do have to say with the NBA thing, do you think the NBA has a report to try to recruit more white people to the league? Yeah, we need to have a diversity report to go get more white folks to go play basketball. Not exactly a concern for them, then they have partnerships in their 20 four page report. Then participation. And community engagement, build community affairs, engagement, and affairs that improve the lives of bipoc and historically marginalized groups.

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 Raptors overcome Mitchell's 31 points, beat Cavs 108-105

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Raptors overcome Mitchell's 31 points, beat Cavs 108-105

"Pascal siakam had 23 points and 11 rebounds as Toronto used a furious fourth quarter comeback to beat the Cavaliers one O 8 one O 5 at Scotiabank arena Gary Trent junior added 19 points while OG aronov finished with 18 as the rafters got balanced scoring all night finishing with 6 players in double figures Scottie Barnes and Fred van vliet finished with 15 apiece The homeside clawed back from an 8 point deficit to start the final 12 minutes Cleveland's prized off season acquisition Donovan Mitchell led the way for the visitors and all scores with

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Mariota accounts for 3 TDs, Falcons beat 49ers 28-14

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Mariota accounts for 3 TDs, Falcons beat 49ers 28-14

"Marcus Mariota passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Atlanta Falcons defeated the San Francisco forty-niners 28 to 14 Mariota hit Mike Cole Pruitt and Kyle Pitts on scoring strikes He completed 13 of 14 for a 129 yards Today was one of those days where the defense presented opportunity for me to run a little bit It's going to change week to week We understand that But I'll do whatever I can to help this team one Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo also threw for two TDs both to Brandon ayuk who had 83 yards receiving on the afternoon Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Four things we learned from Division Series Game 1s: The Astros are never out of it

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Four things we learned from Division Series Game 1s: The Astros are never out of it

"12 hits and solid pitching to defeat the Atlanta Braves 7 6 in game on of their national league division series Nick Castellanos led the pili attack going three for 5 and driving in three runs Obviously these are these games are really intense so for me that helps me lock in you know and kind of slow things down Alec bohm also drove in a pair for the pills Billy led 7 three going into the bottom of the 9th when Matt Olson hit a three run shot bringing Atlanta to within one but reliever Zac aplan shut the door on the braves rally Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Do Tokens Constitute Securities?

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:55 min | Last month

Do Tokens Constitute Securities?

"We are diving into one of the long-term thorniest issues in crypto. And that is whether tokens constitutes securities. This is a conversation that has never really gone too far out of view when it comes to crypto and regulation. It certainly has had spiking moments of relevance such as during the ICO boom in 2017 and early 2018, but even to this day remains one of the most contentious questions. The answer to it has implications for which body should oversee cryptocurrencies and what the rules around them should be. It's something that legislation that has been proposed such as the responsible financial innovation act comes at explicitly. In that act, for example, there is a new definition of ancillary assets which are sort of security like commodities that to some extent change over time. The conversation around whether tokens are securities has come more into view recently based both on the Gary gensler led SEC's push for broader power to oversee crypto, as well as in discussions around the Ethereum merge. One of the narratives on crypto Twitter or more specifically if we're being honest Bitcoin Twitter was that the shift from proof of work to proof of stake might actually make Ethereum more security like. This interpretation while sometimes proffered in a political way on Bitcoin or crypto Twitter has also seen some validation in SEC enforcement actions. Today we are reading a piece that argues the opposite. The piece is written by Rodrigo Sierra, crypto counsel at paradigm, Amy axie Zhang, the policy council at paradigm and Jake stravinsky, the head of policy at the blockchain association. It's called Ethereum's new staking model does not make eth a security. One, introduction. In the wake of Ethereum's transition to a proof of stake consensus mechanism, the merge, various commentators have suggested that Ethereum's new staking model could result in its native token ether or eth being deemed a security under U.S. securities law.

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10 Dead in Gas Station Explosion in Ireland, Officials Say

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

10 Dead in Gas Station Explosion in Ireland, Officials Say

"Several people have died from a gas station explosion in northwestern island the explosion happened increased low in county donegal the force of the blast leveled the gas station building which holds the main shop in the post office for the village The day after the blast service workers came through piles of rubble looking for people who are still missing Irish police spokesman Lee and Gary sponsored local community has been overwhelming They were dealing in a situation in their village in their local people their neighbors they turned out in great numbers and gave great assistance to the emergency services And it's remarkable and admirable as to how they reacted Iris police officer superintendent David Kelly milford said the blast has shocked the nation This is a tragedy for our community

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How the Libertarian Party Helps the Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | Last month

How the Libertarian Party Helps the Left

"Human condition is what it is. Most people don't ask in these macro matters, or even in micro matters, will it do good as much as they ask, will it feel good? The Libertarian Party is, let us feel good about ourselves while we help the left destroy the country. That is the Libertarian Party in a nutshell. I didn't exaggerate one iota. They are one of the greatest helpers of the left in the country. The Libertarian Party. Libertarian think tanks are terrific. The Libertarian Party is completely destructive. Completely. It helps the left more than any other non left thing in America. Just take 2016, Gary Johnson, the libertarian candidate, got over four and a half million votes. That's great. That's great. What message did you send? You sent the message of, hey, we four and a half million people believe in limited government, so we'll go into try to give the reins of power over to the people who believe in big government. That's quite an achievement.

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Swanson, Olson homer again; Braves sweep Mets for tiebreaker

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Swanson, Olson homer again; Braves sweep Mets for tiebreaker

"The Atlanta Braves completed a three game sweep at the New York mets with a 5 to three win moving them two games ahead of the mets in the NL east with three left to play The braves scratched out three runs in the third but again the home run played a major role for Atlanta as dansby Swanson and Madison belted solo shots for Swanson it was number 25 His last three days you know the bullpen was fantastic I felt like we played pretty darn good defense Had some bigot bats when we needed them And you know just played winning baseball Brave starter Charlie Martin gave up all three mets runs Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Swanson, Olson go deep vs Scherzer, Braves take NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Swanson, Olson go deep vs Scherzer, Braves take NL East lead

"Dansby Swanson and Matt Olson homered and Kyle Wright went 5 strong innings as the Atlanta Braves defeated the New York mets sporter two Wright gave up just two runs en route to winning his major league leading 21st game of the season A lot of defense kind of built me out tonight I'm getting the runs and we needed it and then the bullpen they were fantastic tonight Watson hit a two run shot in the 5th Olsen a solo home run in the 6th The braves have now won the first two in this crucial three game series and have taken a one game lead over the mets in the NL east Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Listener to Mike Gallagher: 'The Karen Is You'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Listener to Mike Gallagher: 'The Karen Is You'

"You should see my text line today. Wow, and I don't often respond to texts. I mean, I see some of them. I shall see all of them. I see most of them. How about that? And I wrote back. I don't often write back to people, but I had to write to this lady. Gary's wife here, I'm not a Karen nor awoke, nor am I a crybaby, not understanding why my husband even listens to you. Sorry, but the Karen is you, go Republican, that might help you winky wink. Now, I don't often respond, but I did write to this young woman and wrote back and said, boy, do I feel sorry for Gary? I do poor Gary. Poor Gary, that poor guy. Can you imagine their conversations? And then I blocked her.

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"gary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Gary McNamara 8 6 6 90 more discussion on observations from the day after election day and one of the things you and I were talking about was James carville saying the wokeness has to end the wokeness the wokeness same thing on MSNBC on morning Joe yesterday will play some audio coming up where they're talking about wokeness and wokeness and wokeness and even if CRT doesn't exist it's the wokeness and it's like what is wokeness Wokeness to me is it gives an indication that you're talking about being politically correct Well this isn't just wokeness This is the problem with the Democrats is the identity politics that they have embraced for well over a decade well over two decades now which is you judge people by groups and not by individuals That's what's led to everything of whatever offshoot of CRT they are teaching which says all white people basically think the same because of their culture which means society must be set up in an antiracist way to blunt the way that all whites think It's a racist philosophy It's not woke It's not woke ism It's racism And that's what people are It is pretty blatant because if you look at critical race theory that's the basis of it And then further the mission is to indoctrinate children to become bigots to judge by skin color permanently And when they do that that of course when they push that and.

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"gary" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

Insight Out with Billy Samoa

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

"Token. I'm just like do. This is too complicated like get. Make it more accessible to people. You want the content. You have like one hundred thousand people. That's how i would think about it. Maybe i'm just wrong about that. But given how. Big gary playing. I think that's what he should be shooting for. And just having a cash option should just be able to swipe the card. Go to vecon via. That's those are the three things that come to mind. Be very hard to give a god feedback. Okay so i know it's hard. I'm going to buy you some time because you know i'm going to push you to give me two more things so again. I want you to rack your brain here. It's gary v. Right now. And i know here i am. I get the easy job asking questions. It's not hard to do that. It's a lot harder for you. 'cause 'cause we're you're not pre thinking of the advice because i'm not telling you question i'm gonna ask. You should know by now that i'm always going to ask you. What advice would you give this person. And so as. I buy you more time. The thing to think about is you've you've mentioned a few really important things. One is where he's spending time super important. The other part is kids community in clearly. These large scale events that he's doing making the more accessible than you also talked about the very beginning of the first thing. That is the people that he's bringing in. I think maybe he could provide a bit more clarity on that part or maybe. I was daydreaming. When you said it so maybe missed it. But as i think about gary v to me the thing that stands out is he is so well connected and it's clear to me that because of the connections he would have the ability and part of the reason he's able to spot trans probably part of the reason he's able to find opportunities is because of how well connected is..

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"gary" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

Insight Out with Billy Samoa

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

"There's really something that stick out one. Simplicity skills right language is very simple. He doesn't complicate shit keeps a really simple. He's always saying the same shit over and over and over again which is number two right. Always say repeat the same ideas over and over and over again you don't need to innovate and too much to be an innovator. To be a thought leader you need to innovate somewhat. And it is thoughts. Do change on some topics from time to time. But for the most part eighty nine cents. What he's saying is the same. Which brings us number three refined those same key ideas with the audiences you speak. You're not gonna appeal to everyone and gary's a good example of this. You either really really hate him or you really really like calm. Doesn't really have an inbetween with gary. So what he does is. He focuses a lot on the people he loves but he also talked about the people. Here which is kind of funny but gary. but i don't think that's necessarily a keystone to a success. I think the third pieces. He's really good at refining his ideas. I'll give you an example of this. It's tangible for people. When he started keynoting in two thousand eight and nine most of his keynotes people don't insider was focused on practical tips. Like he'd literally go. Do this post this and this. But as he was talking to his audience he realized that wait a second. No one's implementing the tips wise. That and then he realized that is because of the judgement that people had of others. What my mom think my dad thing so. He pivoted his entire content strategy. Just focus on shit like will. You're not creating content because your mom is so. He started really speaking to the pain that the vast majority of people have when creating content and even for the season does me now in content creation. That was actually the main reason why i did want to start creating content. Either and it's tough for me to say that but it's true..

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"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Com. You can follow gary and instagram. At gary brecca jerry. Ck maybe we'll get some any. You guys all right after the show obviously got five prime full late common five methyl pro league. My and my aunt. I've got some the proper kind of be twelve and Test results in the next testing to document my mt f. Are maybe we can even maybe an if those you think it looks like motherfucker. That's what it actually here and And we may. Maybe you can do it by phone. Sometimes sometimes you just call in shows here and maybe we'll get one of those calling guitar report law that so yeah absolutely. I actually just went and told someone else in this building. Adam would be very fond of gary. We'll see. I doubt you're done with the curl. Verse be great excellent. So we'll see you on acs or i'll take a knee or something. Like that adam. I was thinking about another friend of mine. That does a part that is very much about nutrition and sports and optimum performance and things. he's very knowledgeable. And it. maybe. I may refer you guys to him to just kind of because this is. I mean you guys. It's all super clear to me. It's kind of a work in progress. Kinda get us to the off to the right place. And it's something that it's not got the attention of traditional medical research pathways. You have to really pay attention to what's out there and fight didn't look for that. Read this literature and no it. And that's why i'm attracted you guys and you have and the proof is in the pudding. Of course you have some great outcomes. that's why when amazing to call itself. Thank you guys called in at break. Again and instagram a streamlined. Medical group dot com. And maybe there's more to talk about. Oh my god. I would love to come back. Yes our audience.

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"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And realize it had sonoko bowman and fully gasset so we ran my genetic test. Figured out basically allergic to both of those things. And that's why. I was putting into my body for four. And that's where all the problems started interesting so once we fixed that and i went to method kabala men and full late. Then i was good to go. Then we have a couple of cases. Here excuse me you see them on the board there is that and yes and ours at the topic. We're talking about or is that x stuff That's the topic we're talking about. These are these are patients of ours that have had methylation pathway deficiencies and we supplemented them with different nutrients. B twelve full eight. i have x ray vision. I i know that madison infused at least one of those couples. She probably just. I've actually everyone on their has had a baby. She glanced at me and gave me one like i went. Oh those are her clients all right. Let's talk to him. Paul and cari hong kerry berry. Hey apothecary yeah talk to you. Hey we're talking about what you've experienced with these replacement sort of interventions talked to us. But i think the most remarkable thing is i mean when when we met gary You know he started exposing us some of these options and we sell better at age forty than we did at age thirty and really fortunate to be surprised with a new addition to our pinpoint that we blame on gary fertility. fifteen percent of everything that child sane. That's does we had had a lot of challenges with the the first two children. So we really. The only thing in our lives have changed was working with streamline and you know here we have this healthy baby boy come along with no interventions and nothing. It's a real blessing for us. What did you do with these guys. So we did the blood lab test and then we switched their diet and then medication as well so we got the meth leading properly. Then we put him on the right hormone supplementation and got them eating the right food. So with Menthylatim properly they're able to hold the placenta more efficiently The placenta lining where the baby attach is so. Therefore you don't have a high risk of miscarriages and vm fusion. Stuff like that myers cocktails which you can do. Weekly so myers is the best like gold standard for ivy's some amount of vitamins you can put into an iv bag without them crystallizing. So it's a scorebig acid which is vitamin c it's calcium gluttony magnesium chloride and then we do hydroxy kabala so the b twelve. That's why everyone feels so good on because we don't use cyanogen and then we do a complex. We'll guys thank you for Why why did you did. You know that you needed something. Where you something out of whack with you guys porcari gary. Yeah this is keri. Em's you know we just. I think are on class for better health in general Were you know we didn't start having kids so thirty five so in our minds we have to live until we're one hundred now to really fully you know be with those kids who the prime of their life and enjoy that so we were just on a class test improve. Our health overall ran into gary. I mean for me. My journey was Really the brain fog a lot of moms. We call it mom brain. This feeling like constantly tired constantly. Rundown really forgetful And and we just i think in memorial you just justify that you're like oh yeah that's totally normal and everybody has the same problem and ran into gary used them. Appalachian did the blood work Change some things about diet and what we're supplements you're taking and that is completely eliminated itself for my life. He's been a game changer. for me. As a mom we got probably one of my favorite testimonial videos from their son all their son. Tennis video like half. The office was balling my sweet. We also treated the sun for methylation these young boy. Adhd some liberal issues. Paula kerry thank you so much story with us what what diet changes so. We put on paul on kito correct gary..

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"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So there's a lot of incentive to be accurate in predicting gethin question always was well. That's easy if you're eighty five years old in your ill or you have a terminal illness or you're on a whole battery of pharmaceuticals we can predict these pod timeframes. But what if you're a point five or thirty thirty five forty year old male or female and you're very healthy and your bloodwork is relatively normal and you don't have any real genetic family history. You're not on any pharmaceuticals. You don't have any pathology disease. How do you predict how many more months that person has on earth and so what we did was. We started from the end and we worked backwards. We realized that every human being leaves this earth exactly the same way but once you decided to get out of the field. He worked backwards. Yes when you decided to get out of it because you were you were able to stay the history. You were able to predict death with extraordinary accuracy. Incredible for any given individual gary's of the bit. Thank you doesn't weird me out. People always ask them. If you ever do your own life expectancy and say heck no. Why not. That's good out all right so but then you decided that's not a good way to know because the sad thing was that we could have no influence on the patient. We can have no contact with that patient. Give no contact with the treating physician and the intention of that was good. I'm not least to practice medicine so what they didn't want to have happen. Was you know some back office. Hyun biologists like myself that's doing a mortality prediction star to contact the patient's age take five fully chicken d three. Get off the betablockers. It's kind of weird. The insurance didn't want to have somebody do that because it improves their risk profile. Interestingly they would to it after policy was putting photo interesting so trice it price allah then extended timeframe. You collect dishes perfect business right so so in any case you know. The the career eventually became very very unrewarding. Because i got less capable of detaching myself from the fact that they're human beings on the other side of these spreadsheets yeah and I loved edem very data driven. I'm very analytical. I love science. Alert research mortality. I love the act of these predicting death based on these esoteric factors but what happened over and over and over again drew and it was so glaringly apparent that we could not ignore it any longer and that is that the three largest factors that were impacting mortality. What we call co morbidity. He's in almost every case in more than eighty five percent of our l. e. predictions life.

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"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"That would love you over there to sort of and if you have these write emails on the comet section of the contact section or the publicity section and we do read those things relive carefully and if you have feedback advice the you want us to be doing or pitches whatever it is. please do. contact us there today. My guess is gary brecca. And his whole as as gary's people say his whole much book is here posse entourage his wife and daughter. You can follow gary at gary brecca gary biologist. He's on the board of the nfl alumni association. He's got a lot of interesting ideas. And i wanted to bring them to the to the podcast here that we're doing. He's been named the nickname. Celebrity bio hacker a certified expert in mortality and gary. I'm gonna make you an inch for some. Have you introduce your family to my right. Is the lovely sage working. She's a my fiance. And also my business partner so partner in life and also my partner in business and if you contact. I don't see the website here. The website is streamlined medical group. And if you can't extreme my medical group you're probably gonna talk to sage. I suspect yeah so and keep going and then to her. Right is my daughter. Madison brecca madison will tell you. She's my favorite kid but on my kids equally. She's my oldest and my daughter. She is following in her father's footsteps. She also works fulltime for stream. Medical group please. You have some biological training and stuff to talk on the best stick in the game so divy stick for biomedical scientists health services administration saying lobotomy. And my iv perfect. Okay and we're gonna talk about infusion therapies and all kinds of stuff that i'm fascinated about it i don't know quite as we've talked many times not quite sure what to do with it yet. I'm fascinated by it. It's it's definitely something in. Just i have trouble framing what it is and where to do it and how aggressively to do it. That kind of stuff. Oh meant to ask you to. I brought a glutathione product in here. Because i'm trying to figure out to get more of them. I did get your nicotinamide. Mononucleosis tied and that every day. Actually i also take nicotinamide ribonuclease. A in our nicotinamide rive side every day. I think both. And i now take a b twelve. That is not a sign of kabbalah mean product right van but started but i started wondering how much how much should i take the b twelve. 'cause i mean i'm probably quite replete in that. Let's just start. Asked that question quickly. How much to take up. Something like that So what we do is we. We look at your genetic predisposition to fully metabolism and b. b. vitamin metabolism You know something called a pyro pyro. Lereah which is the year capacity to process b vitamins in zinc light metals. We can see whether or not.

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"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yeah 'cause that would be. And i would love it. I mean i do think that would be because it would be experienced. You know it would be a lot of fun in junior. Would be holding this sign. Santa claus coming to town because read other can you. Yeah so gary. Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I haven't oh. No i mean. Are we testing a little. Bit of everything. I'll say since we're i think we got. We started the one more question left drive so before we get to this the question of mary. Yeah i'll say this. As far as bruce goes because i know this is a bruce centric podcast. Most of the time yes I have been a casual. Bruce fan my whole life because obviously some of his biggest hits were from right around the time that i was born and yet i know though songs like i know born to run. It doesn't matter that it came out when i was three. Yes so he has. He has an enduring quality to his songwriting. That isn't as a centered on a place and time as a lot of artists are. Yeah like i looked. I go back and listen to the show at the devil now by motley crue as much as i loved it in nineteen eighty two. Now it's cheesy. His stuff does need like that. Yeah so there's an enduring quality. But i'll say this one of the things that i prepared to say before. We started all this when you told me that that we were gonna talk about. What what we're going to talk about. My hometown is my favorite bruce springsteen song and not being a hardcore bruce springsteen fan like you and a lot of your audience yeah. I don't have a clue where that falls. In the pantheon of bruce springsteen songs to somebody who is a hardcore bruce right van. I just know what i listened to. It makes me think about the small town where i grew up. Gap thank you. It's very nostalgic. Every time i hear it no matter when it is you know. What's what's interesting is you know. He did A podcast with Brock obama this past year you know they did was six episodes or something and in one of them Brock asked him to play my hometown. And bruce talked about riding it and doing it and Like bruce finishes and he goes pretty good. Song and obama goes great song So i think the issue that in. And i've talked a lot about this with my recent guests is a there is. There's always.

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"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"It depends on move but like for led zeppelin That's one that takes me back. Its connection with my mom In all of that but at the end of the day. I just really really really like led zeppelin. Yeah the trippy stuff. Especially if you happen to be listening to it Either wearing headphones or preferably like in a car with a really good sound system gallery at home with a really good sound system. Where the music moves and of that stuff back in the seventies because everybody was high but I just really really like it. It's always been something that. I really like in the lyrics to led zeppelin stuff a really cool and i know a lot of it is rip off. A lot of it is covers that they stole from other people It doesn't matter. Because i like their version of it so i've always just been a huge led zeppelin van. That's one that's been my whole life. the guns and roses thing is part of it is right place right time mike. They had to sound that. I love and they came along at a time. When you know young immature. Gary was was getting flooded with hormones and was in the weight room three or four hours a day and all i wanted to do was listening to that and you know an for for.

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"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"As soon as i hear it it's the first thing that comes into my mind is is some something for my a childhood. So there's so there's a lot to do with that. But so now if i were to make myself nail it down to Favorite stuff it probably comes down to led zeppelin guns and roses and like stevie ravon something like that There are lot that fit into that Pretty much anything. That's chris cornell related whether it sound gardner audio slavery double the dog It it's a lot of stuff. And he does a lot of covers that i only recently i say recently within the last couple years discovered how many times he's been doing live shows and he does covers so i ended up going onto youtube and i'll listen to six or seven different covers and i'd never heard before and So it it depends on move but like for led zeppelin. That's one that takes me back. Its connection with my mom and all of that but at the end of the day. I just really really really like led zeppelin Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settling bruce. Your podcast all about. Bruce springsteen is music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson. Today we are getting off the bruce springsteen trained but i'm sure he will come up as he always does i have I always hate to say the word oldest friend's be but i guess we are getting old. But i have a friend that we are hitting a silver anniversary of our friendships. Easy right gary Yeah we're looking at was twenty almost four yet twenty-five years right. Yeah yeah Gary grant is As i said we we work together way back in the nineties we have remained. Friends is one of my co host of the podcast. How many and So for september for the whole anniversary month of like. Hey everyone else on. How many has been on the podcast. You have gary. And he says get then. I'll go so welcome to the show much yet. Tell us about yourself or or whatever. Just i okay. Like so like jesse said we'd go way back I started working for jesse Back in the mid ninety s he gave me an opportunity to move into Some software consulting or actually just wasn't software consulting at the time but i just Working on the. It team doing a software implementation and honestly at that point Things just my life completely changed so For those of you. That don't know the story. I jesse a great deal. He he gave me. He put me on a track that i probably would not have been on otherwise and it has been a fantastic ride literally all around the world so We would we go way back. Just like you said and We share a love of a lot of things The sports probably be being the biggest one when when we go back to that. That was jesse. An bonding over being Cowboy fans which is not easy. Yes absolutely so. At that point we made it into the barry switzer area and beyond with chan gailey and and dave campo and and so those were ugly years in the the fact that we were able to sit around and be optimistic about any of that is probably a bond. Can't be broken..

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"gary" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Really cool will And that was that was so vanity. This would probably be one a forever adventures in twelve strings. Though we're going to flip it over to the other side and talk a little bit more with. Gary virus doesn't make podcast. This episode is brought to you by hp whenever you do your best thinking. The hp specter x three sixty is ready when inspiration strikes with power save for battery life and focus mode to multitask. You can do your best thinking whenever and wherever it happens. You can't always schedule when and where you might have a brilliant thought whether it's in the morning or before bed when you're at your computer or away from it thinking can happen anywhere and anytime the hp specter x three sixty two one convertible bc with windows ten saves battery life or whenever an idea had hp specter extra sixty a more thoughtful laptop. Holly we just had some fun playing a new online game. we play this game nine truths. It's a game where you anonymously answer. True and false questions you can do it on your phone or your laptop. Setup is super easy takes less than a minute and then you guess how many of your group answer true and you score points based on how well you know your friends. It was fun to hear some of the stories. Like i had no idea that you could burp on command. Yeah well congratulations now there. You do know that like the game. Says there are nine questions. Sometimes you playing games and like. How long is this game. This is not monopoly. This nine questions. True or false questions depending on the group. You can different topics i picked dinner party. There's nine truths for schools. You know age appropriate for kids and teachers are family. We do these online games. I'd never heard of nine truths before but now that we've played it. I'm going to suggest that we go to nine truce game. Dot com backslash. W the i am and give it a go is for. What difference does it make log onto ninety game. Dot com backslash..

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"gary" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Was going on today. You don't need the pre thank. You just need to do gotta fill time. Somehow i am doing great today. Can i use that word. Great i am doing great today and is a great day in the world of what different make how are you doing. I'm good. i'm doing really well. I made a new facebook friend the other day. I believe it was you. That's going to this valley girl show at the viper room. Oh gary myrick is playing and he would be a good guest. And i just happened to reach out to him and he answered back and like. Yeah let's talk a pleasure to have somebody respond like to you. He is so great he also has a new album. Our listeners will probably know him from gary myrick and the figures that was his dan back in the eighties and dave mentioned valley girl. He had a couple of songs in the film. Valley girl also havana. Three a m a tremendous ban that needs to be discovered again. His album forever. Adventures in twelve strings is cover songs of some of his own work and some of the work that inspired him. We're going to talk about a lot of these songs that are on this album and kind of tap his brain as to why these songs means so much to having and kind of get the history of gary myrick. I will also say if this is your first time with the what difference does it make. Podcast like and subscribe and tell us about the youtube page. Holly is you can find us on youtube. At what difference does it make podcast. And we're putting stuff up. You'll see outtakes from this chat with gary myrick and subscribe to our youtube channel and on other social media you can find us at. Wdm podcast wonderful. So let's get right into it right now. This is gary myrick on what differences make podcast. Gary i was worried i was going to. I was trying to do all this stuff. And i was worried. It's going to be late on time. Totally find exactly. Yeah have my little friend here. I wanna show you like every nicer. He'll attack right. So that was that was your your puppy. Who is what is your puppies. Name d'artagnan d'artagnan. The three months is. Do you have the three musketeers as well. Well i have six dogs though you can. You can stay but really he's the only musketeer all right. So here's here's what we're going to do. We were looking through the ten songs on your forever. Adventures in twelve strings album. Cool it kind of goes through your life story. I would imagine so not my whole life. But what i did was. There's a few songs that i wanted to re match. I thought they were great songs. And this album really shows the song you really can hear the whole song as it was written. Because it's just me and a twelve string to jar. I play some slide guitar on on my lab. But it's basically me and my guitar and it's the way iraq would write a song and also. It's really fun to sing. And play at the same exact time because you become more one with your instrument and so in this album which lance into blues and beyond. I sometimes hit the guitar like drum break. I'll be singing apart in. Then i'll go into start hitting the guitar with my thumb like bom home keeping a beat like i call it drum break by guitar. Sounds great like that would sounds amazing. I need to beholding my guitar. I don't want to do an overdose. I want to do it right in there. And then i can also. I sang with my guitar. Some seen certain notes with the guitar. Exact notes so. When i that i can do it exactly perfect if i'm playing it. I'm thinking i'm singing. I'm playing at same time bubble and so it makes sense to me and and i was able to show some of the old songs for really.

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"gary" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"On shoes at seventy percent off you buy some that means. You are deeply hard to pass up twenty present off. We let their goes. What are go. Pass them up for seventy percents. I'm only kidding. Seventy percent percent oughta make it real. Okay once you eat a scoop of chocolate ice cream. Do you eat the whole court. Ask yourself why there. And i will suggest to you why you can't just stop because the issue is not the ice cream. It's not the shoes at seventy percent off. It's not the alcohol. It's not to cigarettes. It's not the gambling and it's not the sex. It is something deeper okay. It is a deep pain inside that you do not feel worth being alive that you do not feel you belong on this earth that you do not feel you are lovable and that is an intense pain to really look at okay. Temptation is the dynamic that will show you those parts of yourself that are reaching outward to make you feel more valuable at the expense of someone else. Got it before you actually have to live through the experience so the moment where you're reaching out in that moment. Were you the most tempted. That's the moment you need to stop yourself and look inward yes. You don't need to because if you don't stop yourself you will simply act what it is. You are seeing in this theater in your mind and when you do that you create the painful consequences for you and the painful consequences for others but if you look at the dress rehearsal yeah full-color get full. Cast you right there right there and you walk yourself through your reality and you say what would happen to me really if i did that. And then you decide not to. You have confronted part of yourself. That would have used another person before you used that other person before you created consequences in another person's life that is the power of temptation. Okay i got you. I'm with you. I'm with you. Y'all with okay now. Speaking of shopping we're going to talk to vicky. Who's had this as a major issue in her life. She says that are out of control. Shopping and spending was taking over her life until she read just one paragraph in gary's book. I'm forty five years old. And i'm working as a guidance counselor at a middle school and shopping for me has been a problem for a long time. I used to shop almost every day. If not every other day my big things close. I love shopping for clothes. I couldn't wait to wear something new all the time so i would get the thing home. I would wear it the one time and then it was over. I had to go get something else knew because that little high had ended. I think buying things made me feel real powerful. Are you something that was lacking in me whether it was low self esteem and i just had to keep dressing myself up on the outside to feel good about myself on the inside but i did run up quite a bit of debt and i would say somewhere around twenty thousand to me. Temptation in terms of shopping. And just a way for me to sabotage itself. It was an addiction that i could ignore for long time. Because it wasn't going to kill me. It was hard to really face it as an addiction. A friend of mine recommended gary book one paragraph just changed my life. I mean it just gave.

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"gary" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey welcome back to how built this guy is so we're already up to the present day and the day we did this interview in early. May gary was up to launch his latest project. It's called v. Friends it's a community for buying gary's own brand of mft's non fungible tokens which are basically unique pieces of digital property and to build v friends carries team created about ten thousand electronic trading cards.

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"gary" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

"Was hoping to talk to ostra. Nemani of the parents defending education organization about this. These dueling demonstrations the other day in virginia school board meeting Parents were concerned who are concerned about the politicization of their schools where met by counter protesters led by a top p. T. a. n. double acp official michelle leat. Who ended her speech with a threat toward parents who oppose critical race theory stating let them die the to the parents of the kids she was just going off now at the podium are with a bullhorn or whatever she said let the parents died. I'm die. Yeah if they oppose this and sees an educator Supposedly top pta official roau critical race theory continues or similar Curriculum you remember how slavery to invade class remember had slavery was taught in your class when you were say in junior high or high seattle. How's it taught. It was pretty much matter of fact. This is what was happening This is where the slave trade originated. This is how long it lasted This is what it was like in the south and in conjunction with the i mean in other words just laid it out. We did there. Were i gotta say. Was it sanitized. Now there were just no agendas. It was in the book and we do. The teacher would do a lecture about it and we take a test about all of that stuff and what's interesting to me Just because of the generation i came from in conjunction with about that time i started seeing these images. You know. you'd have the network news. Sure of the civil rights movement But there was you know. We got one channel out there in the country it was. Nbc's we got the huntley. brinkley report. And i will never forget. And i'll see in the firehoses and the german shepherd dogs and and the images were just so graphic And i'll never forget. And i'm not gonna use. I'm not gonna use the n. Word okay because you can't do that but this would be. This would be a direct quote. I saw this on. Nbc nightly news They stuck a camera and microphone the face of some See white woman in the south at about six teeth. And here's a quote. The dam and words is just no good. I will never forget that. And these firehoses and the cops at a dogs and kind of ri- ri- came from and the time and place and a rural northern midwest. There there was nothing like that. It really hit me between the is it was indelible and then it wasn't long after that the we had the assassinations of our afghan martin luther king and yeah but but but to your point specifically about how it was taught. It was very straightforward. Well the first thing that what are you remember about. I think the first thing that critically i think needs to be addressed is what is age appropriate to start sharing this kind of information. I don't believe grade. School is age appropriate. I'm not even sure middle school is. I'm not certain that this this brand of american history needs to be taught until high school. But where i came from. We didn't begin discussing this until eighth grade And it was. We didn't do a lot of in-depth history of america in in grade school. You know there were the activities associated with certain holidays but most of the major holidays of course came fourth of july or memorial day came after school or summertime. We didn't have that. I can tell you. We didn't spend a lot of time on veterans day or flag day or any of those columbus day but There was a fairly graphic description of slavery in my social studies in eighth grade at irving junior high and the teacher. A woman named carol hodges is an exceptional teacher. I thought she was very good. She didn't sanitize it And she didn't explain how it was that that we got better. The implication was we got better because now we don't enslave black people in this country now. There was a significant gap in the discussion of how native americans were treated in this country. While i grew up in public schools it was not discussed all of the treaties that were broken all the promises. That were left uncapped All of the lies and awful things done by the federal government to native americans. We didn't have discussion of the trail of tears. Or any of that So there was a gap and we need to address those gaps. Those things need to be taught but not in grade school. They need to be taught in ninth tenth eleventh twelfth grade. That's as i recall about the time. They should not be taught. I was taught all in conjunction with the war between the states. Which is the term that was used yet in our school. Anyway as often called a civil war the war between the states and how that came to be and the abolitionists and who opposed it and in the slave owner. And all that. So it really. Anyway i'm sorry about the misfire with oz. Run omani didn't really get into. I will jump up and down on my contact about that. Yes you will..

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"gary" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And that's the shut for now. Space-time is available every monday wednesday and friday through podcasts. I tunes stitcher. Google podcasts pocket casts spotify aac cast amazon music bites dot com soundcloud youtube. Your favorite podcast download provider and from space time with stewart gary dot com space times also broadcast through the national science foundation on science own radio. And i'm both iheart radio and tune in radio and you can help to support our show by visiting the space time store for a range of promotional merchandising goodies all by becoming a space time patron which gives you access to triple episode commercial free versions of the show as well as lots of burners already content. Which doesn't go to way access to exclusive facebook group and other awards. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com for full details. And if you want more space time please check out our blog. You'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as heaps of images new stories loads videos and things on the web. I find interesting or amusing. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com dot com. That's all one word. And that's tumbler. Without the aid. You can also follow us through at you. Gary on twitter at space time with stewart gary on instagram through a space time youtube channel on facebook. Just go to facebook dot com forward slash. Space time with stewart. Gary and space time is brought to you in collaboration with australian sky and telescope magazine your window on the universe. You been listening to space. Time withstood gary. This has been another quality. Podcast production from bites dot com..

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"gary" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"gary" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

"Scott reference diehard As i fine movie and that of course every year they do the argument over whether or not christmas movie. Movie sam's on its own alan rickman. Yeah what a great villains That movie and quigley down under and he's probably been villains and other movies to that. I haven't seen just robin hood Prince of thieves is that right. Yeah okay he's got a great line. And ask the kevin costner robin hood where he He threatened somebody's. Who's gonna rip there. I'm going to rip your heart out with a spoon. And then later one of his cronies says why a spoon he goes. Because it's dull you idiot. It'll work. I didn't he allen richtman. That wasn't that long ago. Either known whereabouts do for another threesome. Aren't we you're talking about how we haven't read right now. That is quickly as possible. Thank you said three is the matter with you know now. I'm glad you clarify that. Reaction you're talking about brees has in three and your data is unbelievable. Really know courtney's away on this one. Is this this own totally went with you where you're going must be because it's friday..

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