31 Burst results for "Gary Special"

 Balkan neighbors mourn victims of bus fire in Bulgaria

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Balkan neighbors mourn victims of bus fire in Bulgaria

"Bill Clinton neighbors are mourning victims of a bus fire in bulk area well Gary and and north Macedonia the gun P. roots of national mourning in honor of the victims off the bus crash that killed forty five people and injured six others the accident occurred on Tuesday while the bus was traveling through Bulgaria carrying tourists to neighboring north Macedonia the the exact cause of the crash has not yet to be determined the bus apparently ripped through a guard rail on the highway to be quickly engulfed in flames and then burned out completely a dozen children were among the dead I'm

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Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

"Mac Jones pastor Nelson Agholor for a nineteen yard touchdown and Nick folk connected on four field goals as the knowing the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons twenty five to nothing Jones was twenty two of twenty six for two hundred and seven yards folks bill goals were up thirty to forty four fifty three and thirty three yards Kyle van Noy also scored on a thirty five yard intercepted pass return the patriots defense held the falcons two hundred sixty five total yards and sacked the land a quarterback Matt Ryan four times Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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VanVleet, Trent hit late 3s as Raptors past 76ers, 115-109

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

VanVleet, Trent hit late 3s as Raptors past 76ers, 115-109

"Gary Trent junior and Fred vanvleet drained back to back three pointers over the final seventy seconds lifting the raptors over the seventy Sixers one fifteen one oh nine Findlay hit six threes and scored thirty two points while Trent added twenty Tyrese Maxey scored thirty three for the Sixers who were without Jo Ellen beat I said yeah what Matisse title as they remain in N. B. A. health and safety protocols Tobias Harris scored nineteen points in his return from a six game absence after testing positive for covert nineteen the seventy Sixers have dropped three straight since a six game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

"On veteran's day the seventy fifth home built by the Gary Sinise foundation will be gifted to a veteran in Texas Sinise is best known for the character he played in Forrest Gump the Gary Sinise foundation launched ten years ago to help veterans like it's lieutenant Dan character including marine corps staff sergeant Jason Ross everything below his hips are gone from an improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan his dad's a Vietnam veteran is is mom and dad are as full time care givers I've got two daughters and we wanted to build a specially adapted smart technology home for him it was built in California they're controlled by AI pads and you can raise the shades and put the lights down you have security cameras and and the hallways are being here and I'm and then the showers are more manageable A. A. R. P. profiled Sinise's work with Ross in a short film called reporting for duty I'm at Donahue

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Should Church and Politics Mix?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Should Church and Politics Mix?

"Sometimes the accusation against Christians who are politically savvy and culturally involved is that you guys are crossing the line and, you know, keep church in the church. Keep hops out of the church. And you guys shouldn't mix the two. I mean, you know, we had candidate junkin came by last Sunday. And, you know, we welcomed him the sheriff was here. And it was faith in blue week. And I brought him up and honored him. And the sheriff's Facebook page lit up because people said, how dare he go into a church? He's an elected official, and the separation of church and state. Speak to that nonsense. Yeah. Sure. I injected my opinion there. No. No, I'm sorry. You let the questioner Gary, how are you? You love me in the right direction. So yeah, let's start with this. First of all, any Christian that says, you should not comment on politics. You shouldn't care what happens in government. They got to get a pair of scissors and cut out a lot of parts of their Bible. They have to cut out the parts of the Bible where God's people were trying to influence their secular government for his purpose. How about Esther, mordecai? Jeremiah. Joseph, just to name a few. Daniel that we're trying to influence secular government for God's purpose. It's all throughout the Old Testament that the people of God were trying to be counselors to the king.

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VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100

"The raptors have a five game winning streak after Fred vanvleet poured in a season high thirty three points in there one oh nine one hundred decision over the wizards whatever the defense gives us kind of how I try to play but definitely was a little bit more aggressive in looking for tonight V. makayla can Gary Trent junior each added fifteen for tomorrow which meant the final thirty four minutes with the lead that reached sixteen in the third quarter Bradley Beal scored twenty five points in Washington's second straight loss since a five a one start montrezl Harrell added fifteen points and ten rebounds for the wizards who outscored the raptors twenty three sixteen second chance points but hit just twenty five percent of their three point attempts I'm the ferry

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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"The Astros are still alive in the World Series Houston overcame a four run first inning deficit to defeat Atlanta nine to five the Braves still lead the series three games to two Adam duvall had a grand slam home run to put the Braves on top early but Houston chipped away finally taking the lead with a three run outburst in the fifth Houston manager dusty Baker said these guys are together they've been through you know many of these battles and so you know they don't know how to quit and they're always looking for them and is there an opening and and fortunately tonight you know we took advantage of some the Braves previously invincible pitching gave up twelve hits to the Astros Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel had three each Martine Maldonado drove in three runs on a single walk and sacrifice Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Unlikely hero, 2 HRs carry Braves to brink of Series title

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Unlikely hero, 2 HRs carry Braves to brink of Series title

"Dansby Swanson and Jorge Soler hit back to back solo home runs in the seventh inning to give Atlanta a three two victory over Houston and put the Braves one game away from winning the World Series so they're shot came as a pinch hitter well Swanson's was his first home run of the postseason Swanson had this to say about the victory we know that nothing's done nothing's over you know we've obviously learned that lesson before we've got to go out and compete and I feel like that's the biggest model for this team Houston took a one nothing lead in the first on a bases loaded groundout by Carlos Correa Jose Altuve a have a solo shot on the fourth to put the Astros up to nothing will Smith picked up his sixth save of the post season for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

"Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Panthers the decision followed a Thursday meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and came two days after he was among those implicated for not swiftly responding to allegations by a Blackhawks player in twenty ten of being sexually assaulted by another coach an investigation released Tuesday said Quenneville and others in the Blackhawks organization did not prioritize addressing Kyle beaches allegations Quenneville was head coach of the black hawks at the time I'm the ferry

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Brave new world: Atlanta beats LA 4-2, heads to World Series

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Brave new world: Atlanta beats LA 4-2, heads to World Series

"Eddie Rosario ripped a three run home run in the fourth inning to power the Atlanta Braves to a ported to win over the Los Angeles Dodgers and send the Braves to their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine Rosario's blast gave him fourteen hits three home runs and nine RBIs in the NLCS Braves manager Brian Snitker had this to say about the series M. V. P. amazing how often he is I mean it doesn't I said it didn't matter what arm they're thrown with them he just so locked in I'm not alive ever seen a guy like that for this is been a long you know while now that what he's been doing is just it's been something else Atlanta starter Ian Anderson went for giving up a run on three hits Walker Buehler started for the Dodgers and went four innings giving up all four Braves runs Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

The Dan Bongino Show

03:01 min | Last month

The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

"Again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only

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Mark Meadows Is a Dan Bongino Supporter

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

Mark Meadows Is a Dan Bongino Supporter

"Mark Meadows congressman welcome to the show Hey it's great to be with you Dan and it's always good to talk to old Friends and quite frankly you're taking it to the last like no one else And so I always love to tell people I used to know you when you were not behind And you were just the fact of being Well I want everyone to know I'm going to embarrass you here for a minute Congressman So when I was running for office you know you're always seeking support from people I was running for Congress And you know I had an incident where I told the reporter to go F himself You can fill in the blank spokes And after that incident you know congressman reached out and said you know what I'm behind you man By Gary conservative and you were one of the few guys and I tell that's whenever someone asked me about Mark Meadows I go you know what That's who Mark Meadows is He could have bailed he could have been like ah you know what Not for me I didn't have any one tenth of the profile I have now but you didn't Matter of fact you emailed me to double down and say you know what I believe in you man And I never forgot that That's the kind of guy you are Mark so I will never forget that story Well that means a lot and honestly we need people who are willing to hold others accountable and you're one of the few that will speak the truth and in spite of sometimes the personal consequences that come your way And so it's an honor to call you a friend and with the profile that you have now It's interesting because I got to see that long before the rest of the country got to see it and you're just as strong in your voice now and we've just got to continue to fight the swamp and make sure that we fight the left and get our country back to its right What ain't easy

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Atlanta Takes 2-0 Lead Over Dodgers in NLCS

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Atlanta Takes 2-0 Lead Over Dodgers in NLCS

"Eddie Rosario's walk off single in the bottom of the ninth day of the Atlanta Braves a five to four win over the Los Angeles Dodgers and put the Braves up two games to none in the National League Championship Series Rosario single which went just under the glove of Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager robin Dansby Swanson from second the Dodgers took a two nothing lead in the first time to see your home run and Jack Peterson hit a two run shot in the six to even things up or Atlanta Braves will Smith picked up the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Riley's game-winning single in 9th lifts Braves past Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Riley's game-winning single in 9th lifts Braves past Dodgers

"Austin Riley's walk off single in the bottom of the ninth scored as the all these from second as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers three two in the opening game of the National League Championship Series they it was Riley's first career walk off that come up and up you know quite a few situations you know early in the season and and what I will get it done but to get get it done and I was it was awesome the Braves third baseman also had a solo home run in the fourth Will Smith had a solo shot for the Dodgers also in the fourth Atlanta starter Max reed pitched six innings giving up two runs on eight hits the Dodgers went with a bullpen game using eight pitchers it was Blake Treinen who suffered the defeat Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Southwest CEO Never Wanted a COVID Vaccine Mandate but Biden Forced His Hand

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Southwest CEO Never Wanted a COVID Vaccine Mandate but Biden Forced His Hand

"So Garrett here's Gary Kelly, the CEO of Southwest Airlines talking about why the Biden mandate has forced their hand. Let's listen to this together. That's the vaccine mandate. Oh yeah, I mean, there are some that have very strong views on both sides of that issue. And, you know, it's not as I think you probably know. I've never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of a mandate. I'm not in favor of that. Never have been. But the executive order from President Biden mandates that all federal employees and then all federal contractors which covers all the major airlines have to have a mandate vaccine in place by December the 8th. So we're working through that. We're urging all of our employees to get vaccinated. If they can't, we're urging them to seek an accommodation, either for medical or religious reasons. And my goal obviously is that no one loses their job. So in other words, what he's saying is, Biden has forced Southwest Airlines hands. He said, he says he would like to not have one. I'd like to believe him about that. I think I do. I always try to give people benefit of the opportunity. It may be in this litigious society. The airlines are the people who I know the government makes them do this, too, but they got us masked up in an environment where the air is replaced every three minutes. I think that everything airlines do is to avoid being sued by some rogue passenger who gets a honking flight 1312. I do not know if Gary Kelly would lift the mandate if the government stopped making it. I empathize with any company that does not want to have a vaccine mandate because Biden is making them do it. That's

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Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers

"Freddie Freeman blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Atlanta a prime to poor victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and send the Braves to the National League Championship Series Atlanta won the division series three games to one in Freeman said this after the game the pure joy you know in that clubhouse you know that's everything we've worked for since Feb worries to get to the playoffs and then keep moving on moving on the brewers lead to nothing on the top of the fourth and four two in the fifth but the Braves answered both times and tied the game at four four Robbie Thomas had a two run Homer in the fifth for Milwaukee Braves starter Charlie Morton went three and a third innings on three days rest Tyler matic got the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Southwest CEO Says He's Against Vaccine Mandates, Blames Biden

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:12 min | Last month

Southwest CEO Says He's Against Vaccine Mandates, Blames Biden

"Southwest CEO, says he never wanted a COVID vaccine mandate, but Biden forced his hand. This is from CNBC. I've never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of mandate. I'm not in favor of that Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly told CNBC on Tuesday. However Kelly said the Dallas based carrier is complying with federal rules put in place by the Biden administration. So I want to understand. So that is what you can do. The president of the United States can unilaterally announce that all airlines should fire thousands and thousands of competent, respectful employees, and they do it. It's an amazing thing. What are we elected dictator? We elected dictator every four years? Who the hell is he to make this rule? Really, who the hell is he? Why isn't this a congressional issue? I mean, can a president say if you nobody can board a plane if they have the flu? I mean, is there any limit to what can be said by a president? Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly told CNBC on Tuesday. He believes businesses should not impose COVID vaccine mandates on their employees. He said his company is doing so to comply with federal rules put in place by the Biden administration. I just don't get it. How does the Biden administration tell an airline to fire its people? How does that happen? Has this ever happened, by the way, has it ever? I've never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of mandate. I'm not in favor of that, never have been Kelly said in an interview on squawk on the street, but the executive order from President Biden mandates that all federal employees and then all federal contractors which covers all the major airlines have to have a vaccine mandate in place by December 8th. So we're working through that.

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Joc Pederson crushes a three-run homer in the fifth

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Joc Pederson crushes a three-run homer in the fifth

"Jack Peterson ripped a three run pinch hit home run in the fifth inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Milwaukee Brewers three nothing and took a two games to one lead in their National League division series Pederson's blast robin Travis d'arnaud and Dansby Swanson who are on with singles Braves starter Ian Anderson went five giving up just three hits and striking out six Freddy Peralta the brewers starter went for also giving up three hits Adrian Houser who relieved in the fifth surrendered all three Braves runs Gary McCallum's Atlanta

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"gary special" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"gary special" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Are all coming soon. Sure and when by the i guess it spins around because they have a little animated animated gif here that spinning around on their thing. See i in something in greek. If something in greek there they've got like bse young. Oh goes by so quick navarra calico. Whatever that is they some istanbul team. They have one and one that spins around. That discipline has the The japanese character re on it. I don't know what that means. I don't know what that's for but there it is. Oh here we go. Oh that's venice. Okay it looks exactly like the japanese character for re. But it's it's supposed to be jay and half of a you. Yeah obviously you know your your good ole anything about soccer. I was shocked that it doesn't say who venice. But i was shocked that i saw. Jv and i knew what that meant. If i'm being perfectly honest you lend. That's the opening price on. That's going to be two euros Where let's see like what like inter milan or something is going to start at Enter whereas inter anybody. Anybody i don't know where that well here. Inter- opening prices to be determined. Okay well that's good. Yeah it looks like most of them are starting at. It's weird like argentinian. One is starting at two dollars. The there's a. Ufc one opening price is going to be two euros. Initial sale not available in usa. Though i don't know what this site is but they're sponsoring two cars this weekend. All right cool. Good for socio so here. I thought i thought i had pretty good grip on this whole. Nfc thing apparently it's actually. It's actually getting further away much like us. As a people are getting further away from god my age is starting to show now then. Finally golden gate casino is going to be on the number thirty eight. This is also with anthony. Alfredo but not this weekend at the glen. They've made that deal for michigan enrichment and that cars. Okay look in. It's not bad awful. It's all right. it's not good. Yeah it's all right. And then i'm just seeing right now that Oh wow oh here. Oh my okay that forever lawn whatever forever. Lawn is is going to sponsor jeffrey earnhardt. Is this in a cup race. Because geoffrey earner doesn't drive the number zero. Does he know that would probably be xfinity. Yep yep wow that's going to be a in september eleventh tribute car so And they're going to run that richmond. So yeah yeah. That's a somber paint scheme for sure That one but that brings us to this weekend at the glen where we do have a whole lot of paint schemes talk about and we kick off the run to the playoffs here as well so i think on how many cars are under. But i think we have the starting line. Thirty seven cars include with a met with his lousy on the poll and my favorite soda. Rc enersen Thirty seven spot. I usually do the You should do the fake version of our cnn that they sell at walmart. I think i think that actually is the fake version o. By walmart he'll be driving the the number fifteen in the premium motorsports car because sure they why not. Yeah here. we've got a james davis back. kyle tilly looking to see if there are any other like roller corsi. Hoop here at mythili. Gary gary special you. Symmetrical return performance. That's pretty good. Yeah not a whole lot of like your wringer type of guys coming in for this one now. The age of the ringer is dead. I think sheltered although there are three spots left boy said could show up tomorrow if he wanted to. I would love that if he did. Any more can be great and of course brings to the only good thing on nascar dot com which subsequently ruined in the media. Kind of okay again. It's not bad the paint scheme preview and like we talked about when we went over some of the sponsors there are quite a few special sponsors and special paint schemes as we get going again in this run toward the playoffs as you look through us or anything that stands out to us being like a particularly good one. The cowboys channel one is very ill advised with. Its artwork of the gun pointing at the number three in some areas below the mason dixon. Line that's kindle trees and yeah i know right. Oh yeah. There's john wayne. He's shooting at the three. Yeah so that's a car that was like is cowboy channel. I'm assuming that's some kind of antennas or pluto. Tv crazy bullshit. I don't know. I've never heard of it before now. Which i guess. It's good that they're advertising it so it's a cable television. What who knew anymore network was founded in nineteen seventy nine as the national christian network and took the name family net in nineteen eighty eight under the ownership of jerry falwell. Of course it's now owned by patrick. Gotch who also owns. Rfid tb and if you want some entertainment man all right. I haven't had our f. d. tv in a while on our cable because they took it off one of the great joys of cable. Tv is watching the tractor show on tv. They just go around the country finding people who have these awesome old tractors. They fixed up brand new condition. Totally bad.

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"gary special" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"gary special" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And when we say torture, we don't take that lightly. We drop them slammed him against the wall and shake them and then expect them to run without an extra decibel in our Aniko X Sound chamber without fail, Drop, Slam shake silence Drop Slam shit silence and there's no end in sight. We test so it runs. That's why it's hard to stop a train. And I was talking about heading up north. Little snow flurries supposed to see snow all the way down. Maybe a slow down his black Canyon City road trip. I'm excited about heading up north and maybe dropping and visit are our good friends up a calf radio out of Flagstaff. We're on their broadcasting. You can listen to our flagship station K J R all the way up past Black Canyon City up on top of Sunset Point Just you begin to drop down in the Verde Valley up. Uh, The following ridge and up vice Approaching months Park. It's up, Then you just switch over to caf 93.5 FM Am 9 30. It's worth the legends. We were on the station where legends of country live. Now why you're taking that little road trip to Flagstaff? Uh, I I definitely have some favorite restaurants and flag. To, uh, for a good burger. It's I think it's really, really hard just to beat Bun huggers has been there forever. Definitely long, but we've had many, many burgers that bun huggers, and they've got good burgers and flags that mama burgers another great one. I like Beaver Street Brewery. They have a good burger to go with a raspberry ale. The only place I'll have a fruit beer. The only place that was the first place we were remodeling a home just west of the City Hall. Old historical and I took the crew for dinner one night. Somebody ordered a fruited beer. And that was the first time I did. Did you order that with an umbrella? I'm the mic denk of beer. You don't fruit beer, You know that Used to be one of the best commercials. You don't fruit. It Uh, but Beaver Street does have a nice all right. I did get in touch with the one the only Steve Poser, a calf and also the guy that keeps everybody on the air Chris Barber, and they love to go to lunch at fat olives for Italian food. Okay, if they do a good deal more so, you know, when I'm up there, he likes to take me to Josephine's. How can you be Josephine's? That's a great local and also for pizza. DiMarco's apparently is very famous. In fact, they're famous pizza is named after me. What is it? It's called the Gary Special, but it's one or I spell mine with too. OK, so if I can convince him to put another or I can lie that it's felt okay, but it's a loaded pizza, and it's supposed to be he delicious and don't leave out 18 99 bar and Grill right there by campus. It's right on campus. Yeah, right next to the, uh Hotel. Well, right next to a jury. And But what do you What do you call the main building? All the kids go to on campus Admin the union you? No, thank you. I've lost 80 99 Bar and grill. That's great. It was actually started as a part of the home. The, uh Hospitality industry of the of the campus. So you're Flagstaff. There's some of our favorites and thanks devotion and thank you. Speaking of driving down 17, man. All right. I got to meet the songwriter of this song, and I asked him. I said, tell me that you were driving down the road and you just came up with this idea, And he said That's exactly yet. You know, most songwriters are going No, I was having a piece of one day, right? Right? Yeah. Pepperoni gave me the idea..

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"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Those signals. Go a astrologists almost philo themselves. When they thought they had discovered a form of life on earth that didn't contain phosphorus. Arsenic based life that turned out to be A. An inappropriate analysis loops and? Well that was a bigger Mr if this current. I they they're not saying definitively that they've detected life on there saying that we can't explain it and that's probably the take home message. We've detected something that we didn't expect and we can't explain it. One explanation for people who get excited about such things than I. Do that to some extent is that it might be life but I don't I'm not. my if I were a betting man, I would bet that produced by water droplets being associated by the UV in the in the upper atmosphere the fifty five to about sixty five kilometers above the surface of Venus where there are water molecules, the hydrogen then is dissociated. Combined with a small amount of fuss forecast to produce the scene that would be my explanation for this But who am I? I'm not a fun thing chemists but just looking at the analysis that they've done, I'm a little bit skeptical because of the lack of bars on these models. Did you look figure five for example figure? Are Hard to look at in radio. But the figure that says here's the formation rate of. Here's the destruction rate of fussing a biotic non not produced by life and they say there's no way that the formation rate could be high enough to produce the signals but there's no Arab on that formation rate, and so I'm skeptical about that I don't like science results that don't have Arab. Oh. Yeah and here they're talking about the maximum amount is. And I say, well. Did you include this did you include that one thing they didn't include for example, is the conviction in the atmosphere going up and down? I mean things go up and down in the atmosphere and that's for example, one of the reasons we can detect phosphate in the atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn is precisely because things are transferred boarded vertically we cannot see the layers which presumed the responsible for producing the Fossey's Jupiter and Saturn but because of the convection going up and down in the atmosphere, you're that raises enough of it up in the atmosphere where it's not very. Where not much of it is. To be able to be seen because when you look at planet, you're only getting the upper parts of it. I've been an issue that you're listening should be aware of, and that is this is as single line detection of this molecule most molecules have dozens sometimes hundreds of molecular lines and phosphene. I would imagine has at least does lines and this is only the detection of one of them. That means that contamination is a much more serious issue like from sulfate as. Two or three four and these things that are in the atmosphere They do a fairly good job of modeling and I am not convinced that they had seen fussiness. So it's not that easy to see and I think they did an excellent job even though it is a single line protection I, think that is sufficiently good enough job to be a convincing detection of fame. What that means is another issue for life. This well, it reminds me very much of being excited about searches for steady and Christopher Columbus now Christopher Columbus made a gigantic mistake but he founded made tremendous discovery because he had made this mistake when I go to conferences, they're motivated by saying, oh, there's going to be intelligent life out there I think there isn't intelligent life out there but because they are searching for a new parameter space with new instruments, they're gonna find something. Wonderful. So I'm all supporting city, but I'm all against the motivation. So here again, I'm all for looking for molecules in weird things in the atmospheres of planets but I'm. I'm not all for the not behind I don't share the motivation of Hey we're gonNA find life we're gonNA find life we're gonNA find life. That's what makes it exciting for me what makes it exciting looking new parameter space finding new molecules and let the data talk to tell us what it is. We've found rather than our expectations done frame the thing just do it for the blue sky well well. The problem is that people like for example, Dryden's they didn't head of NASA said okay. Now, we're going to Venus because of the. And I'm saying okay. If you need excitement to do maybe you needed to have baby Christopher. Columbus. Eat To make that mistake in order to get convinced is sailors because if he had had the right diameter, I don't know if any sailors would have gotten on the boat because they would have all died if if north and South America had not been in a way I, think no matter what they find right now attention will be elsewhere in the United States at the thing Congress shot. His pointed at each other, you're right. But but the whole point in astro biology everybody's looking for bio signature gases because these are the gases that these are the things that will be able to detect in the atmospheres of earth like planets, and we need to know a lot more about how gases planetary photo chemistry, for example, atmosphere gases at very very low levels and to what extent that shows you that life is there. 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08:09 min | 1 year ago

"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Vicki to sixty kilometers in the atmosphere where the location of the source of this has been, we often forget that you know the surface of Venus. Terribly hot at four, hundred, fifty degrees, Celsius or whatever on earth obviously we're quite comfortable and temper on the surface as to. Dramatically. Cooler. At thirty to forty kilometers minus forty to fifty, three Celsius. So when you start at four hundred, sixty, two degrees and you go up in the atmosphere and cool down, it gets a little bit more. You know a little bit more palatable. So I think the idea is almost the reverse, whatever be like going underneath the ocean really the life that's there in terms of the pressure and density that the atmosphere has Venus and the change of temperature you get as you descend from the ocean into our own atmosphere people astrobiologist and looking pretty extreme extreme types of life on earth they found that these. Deep in the oceans in cave near volcanic bent and high temperatures. Then vacuum of space there's all these different things where. Life on earth has been tested and been shown to survive. So it's not extreme to think that there could be something on this I. Think then the big question is if the really is. One thing that. that. The, real question be. How similar to is it on earth? How different to like visit on earth? Would we recognize it at life in the sense of what we think of Earth Now? No, and that's this big question of the light question that supplies. The Mars. We only know one experiment I urge that developed lights. So helps frame and put a picture scientific experiment that is life on earth and how unique or not unique we are. You know we we sometimes try and shoehorn definition of life into something that we can label and smack on it and just say this is life. So it's going find it but it may not be that this thing on. That it's a little bit different than a place, we just didn't really think in modern day would have like really just goes to show that the question of trying to understand the experiment of evolution of life. A as a whole taking that step back is quite important. It's kind of like saying we're GONNA study planets around other stars and only dicta planet over only GonNa consider things that are exactly like ERC. Well, no, that's a bit shortsighted, and now we realize there's tons and Friday's planet. This could be the same thing for like I can't wait to next with something like this. Think the interesting thing here is that this was discovered using sub millimeter telescopes and all sensitive radio telescope in almost all my Chilean all the James Clerk Marksville telescope I why the assured now that they've detected it. That methane as you said on Mars, there'll be a a lot word study. How often does this change? The levels change? Does it disappeared all? Is there any correlations with season or rotation of the Predator or anything or different pocket, and it's the question of do we send something to Venus and I was just saying it's her Gig to give it to. Technology has come a long way maybe we should try to and if it only into the atmosphere, maybe we don't need to send a probe to land on the surface where Luger Carter maybe we just send a rover drone or even a balloonist people are talking about to the Venetian atmosphere to explore but I think a lot more people and and Phoenix is GonNa be higher on ninety bucket. Let's say that's not the bread talk out from the Mad Strom Observatory at the Australian National University. Of seasonal methane in the Martian atmosphere as been exciting extra biologists ever since discovering confirmation a few years ago. But there were lots of geochemical processes which could explain the presence of methane on the Red Planet and that's why Venus is. So intriguing scientists are yet to find non biological explanation to explain the presence of in the Venetian atmosphere although a anew astronomer an extra biologist says you Professor Charlie Line we've is says there are bad things they haven't considered. All looking for life and whenever there's a tentative signal like this, we all get excited and they all have we detected life and that's what we do and biology. And it's the interest of the public that will keep us a lot of. Research going 'cause most of my scientific colleagues would make a wonderful discovery and then the the public don't care, and that's your job to me to understand why you should care which ones you should care about I. saw this couple of days ago when I received the embargo copy of the paper just at the headlines I thought really you know this is obviously Designed to get people interested during covid nineteen. But as I read through it, I realized that these people actually had something here. They've They've eliminated everything they could. That's right. That's right I. I have Bill Bain as the chemists that's working on the production of Feinstein. On Earth and how it could be done in on Venus and there are a series of three papers here. Once one paper by Greaves is the one that detected the phosphene in Venus. Then there's another one by Baynes who goes into more detail about. Why or how it can be produced and why it could not be produced by automatically honestly, and there's a lot of uncertainties in that but he has done. Sometimes say to my graduate students we don't do good science. We just do the best science and I think that that can also be described here is useful to describe what's been going on because they're lots and lots of uncertainties very hard thing Era Bars that are can be enormous, but it's the best thing that's that's the most detailed analysis of this. Gas We're talking, about parts per billion. About ten or twenty parts per billion in the Venus atmosphere and not just any part of the atmosphere, not in the polar regions and not much the equator but more at mid-latitudes, and they also use the probably the best instrument in the world for this and that the all mance terminent in Chile in the Atacama Desert. So it they really employed the best telescopes and some very good people to do this analysis. But there are still lots of uncertainties left and my reaction to the paper is a great measurement but What does it mean? And I don't think we know what it means Reminds me very much alien eighty, four, zero, zero, one, the. Mars or people looked at it very, very, very carefully. Oh, it might. The only thing we come up with it's it's not it's probably life here. Crystals one of the two well magnetic mega tight I mean some some of my colleagues think that there is evidence for life but I guess what's important here anytime we make progress technology and get a really good instrument like among and then look very very carefully at the detailed high resolution spectra for different molecules. Then we find something to what in the world is hey, we found. The people who are involved in this some of them are driven some of the group by Sarah, seager and Bill Baynes and clarify Susa Silva Might Mitee and graves I think is at the heart. Yeah. But I should point out that the MIT group has taken a very. relativistic view of potential bio signatures looking for bio signatures like Oh oxygen and methane and co two and other fairly abundant gases in that mysterious. But they've said Oh you know what? There are hundreds and thousands of molecules that are produced by life. Let's look for all of them. So that's a very different approach to looking for bio signatures and one in which is only useful. If you look very close to because of signal, the noise has to be gigantic defined parts per billion in an atmosphere but. I'm just looking through this the article on possible explanations of how Phoenix produced, and one of the things that's important to notice is that it is produced on earth produced by mostly by lifeforms he's claiming exclusively by life forms and fosters. You should know that you know DNA has a fun back. So fosters is a very important elements for life. It's not one of the Big Four C. H. O. N. carbon hydrogen oxygen nitrogen, but it is one of the big two sulfur and phosphorus and.

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07:28 min | 1 year ago

"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"So what do we go from here? Well, the is now waiting for more telescope time in order to determine with the phosphates in originally temperate pot of the clouds and to look other gases there could be associated with life. As well as being its nearest planetary neighbor, Venus is considered to be earth sister planet after all they both almost the same size with similar mess diameter and there were formed under similar conditions and out of the same materials in fact, Venus. Once excited speculation that it could host the first human colony in space scientists used to think Venus's dense cloud complement lots of rain after all, it's closer to the sun than. The Earth is set temperatures will be a lot warmer. Dare I say tropical that would mean more water evaporation hence more rain clouds and so scientists envisage that under its cloud cover earth sister planet was covered in lush green tropical rainforests sort of like the Amazon jungle on steroids. Some even speculated that tropical rainforest would have meant lots of animal life, not just plants and that allowed the imagination to take another leap in. Primordial. Landscape primitive maybe with lots of dinosaurs roaming around the place after all, if Martians make canals on the red, planet, why couldn't it be dinosaurs on Venus but as scientists got to really understand sis the planet I. Realized it's nothing at all like that Venus might will be it since the planet that its twisted sister. Soviet and American probes revealed Vince to be the closest thing to hell in our solar system. It has a suffocating runaway greenhouse effect. It surfaces scorchingly hot with average temperatures of four. Hundred and sixty two degrees Celsius. It's hot enough to melt lead and those opaque planet training clouds will they because rain but the rain isn't water instead it's droplets of metal eating sulfuric acid scientists deviancy seeing what looks like snowcap some Venus's tall mountain ranges but the snow isn't frozen water. It's actually metallic the clown. So heavy they crush Venus's rich carbon-dioxide-based atmosphere acting like live a pressure cooker and giving the planet a service precious in ninety two times greater than the average sea level surface pressure on earth. Surface of Venus is dominated by hundreds upon hundreds of volcanoes, more than any other planet in the solar system, and that service is ninety percent basalt insisting of a mosaic volcanic lava plains. This indicates that Volkan ISM has and maybe still is playing a major role in shaping the planet surface Venus The Sun every two hundred and twenty four point seven earth days. It rotates in retrograde compared to most other planets in the solar system that means the sun rises in the West and sits in the east but sunrise and sunset do take a while infected day on Venus last some two hundred and forty-three earth days meaning of unusual day last longer than its year. The Soviet Union have sent numerous spacecraft to the surface of Venus. But they've all had a really tough time surviving the first few were crashed in cooked in the Vanesian atmosphere long before reaching the ground eventually the Russians Buddha probe that did make it all the way down to the surface intact but it wasn't able to send back much data because it's equipment had melted by. The time it touched down finally after lots of effort, one probe did make it all the way down to the surface surviving just long enough to send back a few precious seconds with data and images. What scientists saw was in Erie patched world bathed in a half yellow light by the cloud cover. The surface is covered by jagged slabs of Maroon, colored rocks baked with the. To create a desert scape periodically surface by Vulcan ISM based on the Russian experience, the Americans, the Europeans now the Japanese have all limited their explorations of Venus to orbital missions. The adverse conditions on the venue surface focus planetary missions away from Venice and towards Mama's, which is further away cooler that this new discovery of phosphate the Venetian atmosphere is likely to bring about a change commenting on the discovery Dr Bread Taco from the Mount Strong Observatory at the Australian National University says, the discovery means this pot Venus with scientists haven't understood until now. And determine exactly what generated the phosphate is going to be a major scientific target. Has Been a the surprise exciting announcement Austin being a mixture of prosperous three hydrogen atom I detected in the the atmosphere, the upper layers Venus's atmosphere, and this new study with lots of processes to try and figure out what was causing this, what known chemical or geophysical or or any of the planet would create this and what they found was that the amounts that there. There wasn't a known process could explain this creation of costume led them to say that there's something unknown about being that we don't typically which is completely possible or it could be production or biproduct of microbial because we see phosphene as a byproduct off my crabby alive here on us. Right, we can look to what we know of. Not quite extreme. Types of life. But definitely different types of life and fascinating is produced because it's not just that they've detected costing but Boston is also short lived doesn't stay around for that long. It's not like just having to. Or having carbon dioxide that something relatively recently, not recently on the normal astronomy terms affiliates if you're but you know actually recently must have created it at least still be creating it. One of the things they did look at was the source of the interaction for what the sun is doing on the atmosphere subsurface or stuff atmosphere activity from volcanoes or whatever the activities going on Venus some of the other natural photosynthesis processes, eighty prophecies, and the normal like chemistry happened on Venus all of it. From what they you know. There are a few things that can be created but not in the the relative quantities that they're saying I think that's the key here. It's just the production level are beyond budgeting all these different things in that can account for because this is all holly reminiscent of what we've been hearing about on Mars recently as well with methane production we haven't found any flatulent bovines on it, but the search is on I mean that's exactly right and that's the exact parallel. The essentially identical Kamara obviously different molecule. But as he said, you know methane is produced by as he said, famously cows but also a different price with microbe and I think either way that community excited because you know Venus. Kind of lightly written off in terms of the expiration that it wasn't studied or understood, but there's so much attention to Mars. It's kind of like Venus saying, Hey, you know what? I have interesting things going on to, and in early on we often forget that the Russians in particular that rover or probe. to Venus explorative. Quite harsh. Visit let's be honest spacecraft get crushed before they even reached the.

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"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"gary special" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Astronomers of the ticket signatures for life in the form of the chemical phosphene in the clouds enshrouding the planet Venus Wallet Discovery Of Phosphate in the atmosphere. Venus doesn't mean evidence of alien life. It does raise serious questions about how it got the the ray molecule consists of a phosphorus atom on top of three hydrogen atoms ranked in a pyramid on earth. Are Only produced through biological processes by an aerobic bacteria deep in. Staff Caves or artificially by industry for fumigation however fuss. Windsor are also produced under extreme conditions in the turbulent atmosphere of the gas giants cheaper and Satin using enormous amounts of energy from planet sized upper atmosphere convective storms. The thing is until now it's never been detected on small rocky terrestrial planets other than through biological processes astronomers have speculated for decades at the high clouds on Venus could provide a home for microbes floating free of the scorching surface. It's still needing to tolerate very high levels of acidity and the new findings reported in the Journal. Nature Astronomy suggests that -tection point to this extraterrestrial area live the authors I detected. They phosphene signatures easing the James Clerk, Maxwell, telescope in Hawaii, and then confirmed the discovery using Alma, the Atacama large millimeter submillimeter array radio telescope in Chile. The study's lead author Professor Jane, Grey's from Cardiff. University says in the beginning, the experiment was one of pure curiosity taking advantage of the James Clerk Maxwell telescopes powerful technology to rule out extreme environments like Venus's clouds as possible sources of life. So getting these first hints of Phosphate INVINCI- spectrum was quite a shock. That's why follow up observations using AMMO. So important getting the same signature. But from a different set of instruments was crucial in ruling out some sort of a technological glitch. Now, based on this data, the models of the vision atmosphere just these fostering liberals would be extremely low any bet twenty molecules per billion. Of course before shouting from the rooftops that they've discovered life, the authors have been running calculations deceive the phosphate could be coming from natural processes on Venus. And they do caution that there's a lot of information about Venus which is still lacking. That means the jury is going to be out for some time because the and the other study of phosphorus on Venus came from one of the ladder experiments carried out by the Soviet Vega to mission way back in nineteen, eighty five. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Scientists. Dr. William Baines led the work on assisting natural ways to make false fame. The ID's included sunlight minerals blowing up with from the surface volcanoes and even lightning. But none of these could make any way near enough fos fain to justify what they were seeing this spectra. In fact, potential natural sources of vein in the unusual atmosphere. Could it based on make about one ten-thousandth the amount of? Phosphate which the authors detected stirring the pot it further Dr Paul Rumor from Cambridge University is calculated that to make the observe quantity phosphate on Venus terrestrial organisms would need to work at about ten percent of maximum productivity of course, any microbes on Venus or in the Venetian atmosphere would need to be very different from the other than cousins in order to survive the hyper city conditions, earth bacteria can absorb phosphate minerals at. Some hydrogen automatically expel phosphene gas but the thing is it costs them managed to do this. So why they do it isn't clear. Yeah. I could just be a waste product but other scientists thinking could be used to ward off rival bacteria whatever the reason another MIT member the clearest Souza Silva has been looking at the idea of searching for five minutes by signature gas off non oxygen using life on other planets because. No more chemistry make so little of it. She says finding phosphene on Venus was an unexpected bonus with the discovery raising lots of questions such as how any organism could survive after all on earth some microbes can cope with up to about five percent acid in their environment, but the clouds of Venus almost entirely made of acid finding signs of life on other planets beyond the US would be a way of answering biggest. Species so far where do we come from? Are we alone before these questions are not the exclusive purview scientists? Them for as long as any record of them being able to us these. What is special about this moment and our role in it a scientist is that for the first time we're actually. Able, because we have the tools to answer these questions. Lawson is my favorite mall. Phosphorus atom on top three hydrogens in the face of this pyramid. And phosphene is an extremely difficult molecule to make it is only spontaneously may made in extreme environments such as when you find the hellish depths of Joop turned session. It is otherwise only made I've been naturally by life on our floor artificially by humans human. For example, if we have indeed found life outside, yes it puts our own existence into perspective. But it also tells us in life may be much more common than I imagined. And there's a huge array of possibilities out there and galaxy of life with different biochemistry and desires. And of course, if we have found life right next door planetary neighbor would be. So of course, there are other possible by signatures in our solar system like methane being discovered a mas and water vending from the ice smooth she wrote enceladus. But remember these are simply signposts telling scientists with a look doesn't mean this life they're still on Venus ahead previously been suggested that the dock streaks were ultraviolet lots absorbed in the clouds could come from colonies, the microbes infect Japan's Akkad Sukey spacecraft currently mapping these dogs streaks in order to better understand this unknown ultraviolet absorb. Ruled that discovery of phosphate in the Vanesian atmosphere is significant because the authors can already rule out lots of alternative ways to make it but they admit making that leap to say this means alien life. It's GonNa require a lot more work as Carl Sagan said, extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. MIT's Dr. Janice mcaliskey says the high clouds of Venice are incredibly a city around ninety percents off uric acid, and that poses major issues for any microbes survive. There is however a narrative temperate band within Venus's atmosphere between roughly forty eight and sixty kilometers above above the surface where temperatures would range from zero to one hundred degrees. Celsius scientists have previously speculated that if life exists on Venus, this layer atmosphere is likely to be the only place where it could survive and Petoskey says it just so happens that this cloud Dick is exactly where the phosphene signals observed. A group of scientists and led by Jiang from the University of. Where looking for signs for clinical signs on Venus that shouldn't belong. And one of such molecules as Fussy. And they need an unexpected day actually able to lying the signal that that belongs to this monocle. So then we raised goes to figure out what's could be the reason for foster on Venus and this is what our MIT comes when we are Cheney not all kinds of processes chemical and physical that could potentially produce hostage in in venues in vital. About from..

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"gary special" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"gary special" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"There's water vapor coming up through those favors, and it's stuck. And that's what that white film is. It's like a white ring on a coffee table. You know where the glass sweated and so Yeah, that's what you got, and it'll get worse. So removing that sealer is probably exactly what you what you want to do. And then it comes down to what kind of sealer thatwas there's some solvent based dealers out there and the only way to get that office with Tylenol. And then there's some acrylic sailors out there which you can use like a power washer, even a paint stripper to get him off. OK, that's about to lose the power Once you have to use the power washer a little bit on a couple of me just to kind of see what it would do, and it didn't take that off. But I'm afraid that would damage the stems. So yeah, there's a fine line there. On. You got to play with it a little bit, But yeah, we'll take that again. It's a coding. So it'll take that off. What I think really, What I would do is I would carefully use that power washer. If you've had some lock and just do that and see how much you can remove, and then let it dry. On Ben. You know a week or two. You'll really be able to see if you've removed it all. Ah, and then get just kid Paver sealer, my continual website called Masonry Defender. And they have a great paper sealer Brick sealer. Okay, That's really what you want to use. Okay. All right. All right. All right. Thank you very much. Very good. Thank you. Take care. Bye Bye. And Jesse welcome. Good weekend to you, Gary. Special Service. I'm you. Okay. I wanted to know quick question. I got a studio apartment and, you know, sometimes drain mostly the wintertime when the windows are closed Best of late and I don't know what builds up like the way the For the breather is when they're like the pipes from the bathroom and then like when And then like underneath between the sheet rock and the kids can look about three or four or five inches of cement. And then on top of that, is that she ran from the bottom of it. And right.

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10:56 min | 2 years ago

"gary special" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Dachau map and favorite us today if you have a smart speaker just say play WFAN and Rick you made a really good point it comes to the Yankees not having dalam but dances and the main goal of mine here in this series for different reasons her mind obviously self inflicted but chances unfortunate with the injury but those are two guys that would have a linked in this pitching staff that much more that would have taken some of the pressure off a guy like Adam on a venal he might not be seeing those high leverage situations and I'm always been a perfect got a piggy back was Severino we always Severino into the fifth inning and yeah Vermont for a couple losing those guys at the end of September heard a great deal but again we could talk about Yankee pitching though castable Bruins do against that my friends is why this series is two to one in favor the Astros let's say the queens are good pal Adelin let's balance JJ out how a kid yeah yeah only is I'm a Yankee fan but is bonuses manage in this area and like like a robot well what's your what's your amble managing this series some Kerry number one like pac man he's a he's a CO main out at your over there any let's go three and all right he was a little while but I was still stuck with Emma he made a bold and longer that Dennis mad urgency you're going up against a hall of Famer you got a chance to go off to mill in that series he was all over the map he was all over the place I have no problem and and take an ad Jay's passing into non not bad great the Tories third class two different animals see now I'll and we are on the same page with this one I but I don't know and this is surly robotic managing I just think it's bad a lot of could rain but even that Botha gone with bad meat you got away a blunt down trying to get a you know a run to see I disagree with that too I'm not laid a bone down against the guys as hot as any body I'm not given a guy's good is Gerrit Cole a free out there Alan here's my problem break corner in that at bat your head in cal one all you got two runners on base my issue a press corner is you're gonna take a strike in that spot right like that to me is the bigger problem not necessarily gonna one thing I'm not giving up and out the first inning like any time you're going up against that great pitcher Alan whether it's a to call on whether it sure is whether it's violated the recall when I bought I feel like I'm doing that guy a favor I'm saying here you go free out take it so I don't want to be doing that space to in the first inning and JTLS get heard thousand Allenby day on me right now be honest with me right now I got a question for you as you are sitting there watching that game Sunday I know you are they down big they turn the reins over to Ryan Fitzpatrick Fitzpatrick almost leads them to a victory would you like me warning against them hoping and praying they weren't going to get the two point conversion yeah because I don't know if the Redskins won a game after that you know I was warned against them but I I debated box that that for that you know that two point conversion I don't know what happened I don't know if it was just poor execution I don't know if it was somebody whether it's Stephen Ross the Dan Marino signaling guys please make sure your job as we can be winning these games which China ten for two a we know we need to get the quarterback of the future I don't care how it happened dolphins all one step closer to locking up the first pick in the draft which in my estimation is something they absolutely have to dial but said to Westchester county Billy joins us without bell the morning JJ hope all is well okay we got for us good yeah exactly you know our house done right yes ma'am blankets and probably done the best job of any general manager and baseball with every day well one of the tremendous you know that the pitching you had vero lander and seventeen you have cold now they found Steinberg didn't want paper Berlin this contract we all know that he he he he refused to pay for his contract and then and then last year Cole and didn't want to go for the prospect the decal now I'm not sure if this case goes for I'm not sure did Steinbrenner sport it's not a combination you lead starting pitching you can have these pictures go to great annex Paxson is okay against Baltimore analog so we are now you don't know what starting pitching you're going to get the first chance that sorry on a last year who was Sarah young award winner for a second here who was the worst pitcher in baseball when you don't know who you're gonna get they have no starting pitching and how Steinbrenner and blankets been either I'm blaming Katherine for nothin at southside burns for its both of their faults it's a combination they don't have the starting pitching in ability well this thing pitching not as good as the Astros no argument there the Astros have to the best pitchers in the sport the Yankees have a solid staff it's not spectacular in that regard the day was these last two games because the starting pitching they did not runs in two games did they not David you're right they have lost because of the hearing so in this just say Paxton can go out and give you six sittings the two runs next time he's out there yeah I don't think so sorry I don't practice Soriana you got to get his name right if you got a bash I'm sorry your to bash the guy listed as they might sorry I was with the Yankees five years ago his first state his first duty was over a decade ago it's never enough so please you can ed Sheeran key player just get the name right I'm not saying we can't be critical a lot of be my guest wanna kill several about a be my guest his name I can't take it seriously the column Soriano off sorry I can't most people as it is showing us a JJ come on gonna take this got a task so that's what we have I had the names right second of all nobody would argue comparing Yankee staff to the astro pitching staff at least in our dish you're right the Yankees missed out of Ireland was a mistake I said so at the time I was in all the care call I couldn't be more wrong Coles bay in total start may have found something in Houston for all we know I don't know it's gonna make himself two hundred fifty million dollars easy in the off season he's a god wants to have that should be the first to admit that they will as these games not because starting pitching they scored three runs in two games let that sink in three runs through gaps ease rattled gray joins us with some guy thank you for hanging off I hate when I was an I do me a favor the next five ten from queens calls and calls to Arnold Darnell three times hang up on him I love Betty Currie's but yes I think we got it all one word you're right about that the Donald Donald but I don't know where that came from but he's already page alkali so already pages the state Barlow Darnall DARPA I wanted to I wanted to drive into which for anybody which followed that not many at all eighty eight overnight lows and of saying the same thing so frustrated okay listen I'm done with that like god Ricky Ricardo he had a lot of the nail on the head but this whole ride or die core rap I think Joe Torrey who I absolutely hated had the right idea when a guy about the Mormon you don't have a hundred sixty two games for a ride or die what when was the last time Gary was a crack in the playoffs and you know I'm with you Jay I always call up on the always defend Gary special people get on a but you know what sometimes you got to say you know what the guys not performing and by the late last night I think did you since one of six because I just go up and down they have a better team but after watching the way these games are played out the Yankees have been in a position where they just if they close in the third inning last night I mean I'm sorry in the ninth inning last night Jay come on he and he gave all especially the first swing by ya who who let up our shower he had thrown a dead red fastball all three outs Ron pitches that should have been smashed DD's Balkan emits heat up any better I mean I went back and watched a lot of those pages at the end of the ending in slow motion and they were they were there to be hit the Yankees and you heard me make this phone call ten times during the season one of my we saying the Yankees this page is like I've never seen yeah they had a ton of home runs but they have a ton of Mrs and boy oh boy isn't holding them now we intend and great how about the fact in that first inning you got gear call on the ropes you get a base here from the bay you yet base here from Aaron judge three four five wait to over aggressive pop involves up first pitch sway in not doing the job not doing the job it sure is gonna Gerrit Cole you get those opportunities he got a strike he put nine runners on base gays who had the big hit and they asked is it to all moms thank you that one was for not in the bottom after the eighth inning not good enough for fifty six there on his Wednesday morning is JJ after died chances Jansky right here on a family and a lot more to do the Yankees now facing some adversity in this postseason for the first time how will they respond to have you set up the rotation moving forward if indeed there is a right out all of these possible scenarios reaction to game three final.

"gary special" Discussed on Words on Water

Words on Water

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"gary special" Discussed on Words on Water

"I am very excited. This is the one hundredth episode of words on water. I can't believe it's come this far and so for this episode. I have a very gary special guest. I have my eleven year old son noah how you doing buddy good highlight yeah. You know pretty good too so the reason we're on here is because when i was starting the podcast you <hes> you said you're not gonna get thirty thousand downloads kids by. I forget what it was and the deal was. I know that if you lost the bet you had to come and be guest. I don't remember what it was. If i lost ipad had to give you money or video game or something like that <hes> anyway so now. I just wanted to have you on to talk about water stuff. I know that i've always worked in water like your whole life right when you were first born i worked on chesapeake bay clean up with lived in annapolis and then i worked at e._p._a.'s is water office and now have been the water varmints separation and apply donlon of lecturing t about water stuff yeah but i think it's important you know like i love water a lot as a person and it's so super important to our lives that that's why i <hes> <hes> i always talk about it and always try to take you guys along on all our different <hes> different water activities so what are some of the reasons that you think or have remembered that water is so important for our life so any helps us lynn orla food in air element also keeps us like healthy cleaning helping latest communities and taking showers washing your hands and just like side one and also having a toilet to flush down right. That's kind of important and it's also fun. What do you mean i can go on like swimming. Legs swollen rivers women ocean <unk> morgues likes their skin board power war canoe a bunch of a ride so i've done pretty good giving you like some of those kinds of things you remember when we lived <hes> when i was the chesapeake bay office and we lived in the napa list and like some of the important stuff that happened around they're like why clean water was important important the chesapeake bay while member some of the creatures that ran the bed really needed clean water album crabs impatient dr yeah the crabs need clean water what other creatures <unk> chesapeake bay famous for <hes> yup totally and then member you got to do those. There's different marine science camps in like learn about all kinds of different fish. You went through what they call. I've ever seen little aw <unk> go-between ross so like at the maritime museum. There is a big huge tank lunch. The <unk> crabs and here is like <hes> ill and as early but eventually a budget news all like swimming around the crabs abs- that's awesome yes. I know you got to learn a lot about that and we always we did a lot of time hanging out by the by the water lincoln our neighborhood and going camping around there and all that stuff so i'm glad we had that and then a couple years ago we moved down here to wilmington north carolina right and so the water's water's important here and i've tried to talk to you a little bit about it with our drinking water right. There's this company can moore's and it turns out that for about forty years they've been dumping a chemical called genetics are drinking in our in the river in the cape if you're river and we get our drinking water out of the cape fear river like bright city wilmington takes the water out of the river cleans it sends it to our house and it turns out that gen-x chemical has been in that water and the problem is that like the drinking water treatment plant doesn't remove that and so you know there's been all these people have lived here for a long time to see how that impacts their health <hes>. What did we do you got it. Holly put news really special filter from civilly good companies. Nick claims the one hundred times better than like the city does simply the water yeah and you know we usually city usually public water from a public drinking water places pretty good stuff and and i think that they have pretty good stuff but this gen-x is part of these chemicals. That is a problem so we have a reverse osmosis system at our house. That should be removing a lot of that. I have to go. We have to send our water off from having heston. We should do that and see like what the chests saying everything. What about the water around here in wilmington. What's the stuff you've this is a whole 'nother thing you like about water right like here. <hes> you know the stuff we do creatures around around here and so forth what do you what do you like. I like all the fish sharks and you see dolphins like connor often when when you go on with the coastal and on the bbc now also on activities early or whatever to cities that buggie boarding surfing him gordon and i like it i and then you discovered sometimes like the water that ocean can get really clear here and you discovered like if you go out just a little bit pass with a wave breaks wchs what happened. What can you do there. You can go down and look and see all right so if it's really really clear you can see for like eight. She mike fun in buffet also a pretty cool guy he can juggle. He's going to waive <unk>. Look up. That's one of my favorite views is like a breaking wave over my head the sunlight coming through it and all that stuff <hes> and yeah you like to wear goggles go under in like see there's lots of fish shorter hanging out right by the shore. Everything's what about the sharks. He'll really big. I mean there's tigers thurs this one i mean i think that there's there's i think offshore <unk> offshore dering great whites out there. They're not like near-shore your short here north carolina like they are masschusetts or anything but you know that search thing where they could see them paying his equipment tag on them. Show them that thorughout. They're like many many miles offshore that sharks are dislike..

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"gary special" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"gary special" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I got a fix to your home theater gate he's tilted I'll tell there we go in my monitor is still the so this guy I'm this is a this is a very fine TV it is it is a Samsung TV yeah but like all HDTVs today it comes with interpolation turned on also read article ransom article in vulture this week yeah about this and you may remember they get motions moving some of the call the problem is there's no standard weather is their name for by the companies want to use their own they well was a all want to use their own name for an area for us right now so the this weekend vulture build your Beary motions smoothing is ruining cinema huh because it's fine for a a football game find it is yep that's fine for you know it's interesting you show TV shows in fact it is so which we've talked about this before do you remember last December Tom Cruise yep recorded video saying please turn it off but it was so complicated he said what you need to do is Google your TV's brand and turn off interpolation and I'm sure they'll be instructions there I'm not so sure I thought but what's this vulture article quotes some studies so I thought that were quite interesting yeah they actually play played back the same scenes as the that the quota psychology and neuroscience professor Pascal wallet she is it and why you he says that our brains have been trained because entrainment that we're trained that movie should be twenty four frames per second yeah first people make movies know that and they they way the actors are performed the shots are composed and cut the cameras move all R. for twenty all of racism similarly TV is thirty you're sick more likely sixty frames a second and yep so they've done tests with people with clips of scenes at different frame rates and think the acting is better the story is better everything is better twenty four frames if it's a movie but yeah T. V. I didn't know this at one point did their video movie awards at twenty four frames per second everybody said what's wrong there's something wrong because it's so it's really that we're condition it work condition that's exactly right there's nothing inherently better about twenty four frames per second we're just used to it we're just used to it now we've had twenty four frames per second for almost a hundred years and now people are gone if you see anything at higher frame rate in it as a movie and the one example that is out there that you can see is Billy Lynn's long halftime walk and he talks about that by the way yeah I'd say how disconcerting it was but when they then played at twenty four frames later people liked it he said it's like you say was like riding in the limo with the actors what when they played a twenty four no it's six it to whatever hundred twenty yeah I was shot in the house wanting yeah it was shot at a hundred and twenty believe it or not a hundred and twenty frames per second wow but it was released on ultra HD Blu ray at sixty and that's how most people side even in the theater he he sighed apparently he saw a special screening at the hundred twenty I did too and I went because I if they were shown in in LA and a couple of cities at the full frame rate but it required Gary special equipment yes to do that and I am not in this camp I and I realize I'm in the minority that I'm I love the look of billion that I really do I I think the twenty four frames a second is a straight jacket well you're not alone because of course James Cameron the director of Titanic and avatar avatar strong exponent of high frame rate cinema yep and now it has with because most movies are shot on digital they could be shot at that hi Frank easily easily but you know the reason why we have twenty four frames per second tell me why because it was the slowest frame rate that the early movie makers could get away with and still have the motion look reasonably smoke and the reason that they wanted to go as slow as possible still most expensive and faster user the more film you so it isn't better in fact one of the reasons your HD TV comes with this high frame rate turned on it up because there's a jogger affect its introduced rack in high speed action like a football game or an action movie yep and on your TV if some people find that discomfiting well it it does look blurry and it does look starter eat now and at this frame interpolation cleans that right up but it also ads what we call the soap opera effect it makes a movie looked like it was shot on video and I think that's the crux of why people object to it because they go I'm I went to the movies to see a movie not to watch TV also he quotes your colleague mark can injure and says please just put a couple of buttons on the remote let's say I'm watching sports or I'm watching a movie yep because the problem a awesome you have to dig into the menus and choose and you're not going to go back and forth back and forth and so yeah yes supports would look better with interpolation turned on but movies look worse yep and we all know that we've all seen a movie or something is off like ten it's kind of like this we sometime the week week you when I called the soap opera effect is just a little it looks so cheesy it looks cheesy like like a soap opera or like a PBS special you know afternoon special so you know there is some something to say for that my bigger issue is can we please not my book please break out of the twenty four frames per second straight jacket that we shoot movies that you want to say look everything should be high frame rate yeah or maybe not everything but we should have the the option and and still make your should have the creative ability to to have a wider palette maybe certain things would look better in high frame rate now the things wouldn't yeah so early I didn't know this Sony and Netflix I've introduced a setting called Netflix Netflix calibrated mode on newer Sony TV's it actually says when you're watching a movie on Netflix turn off but if you want a stranger things by the way which is shot in HD are high frame rate turn it back on again so not everything on Netflix should be twenty four frames apparently vizio has stopped making motions moving the default which I think is good that is really good now in fact I I just well adjusted a friend's TV but you got a new vizio and and I went into the menu system and look at that the the frame interpolation was turned off we actually last thanksgiving we I started a little movement that when you go to your folks house for thanksgiving dinner they won't know what you did or why but they'll be happy they'll be they'll thank you for it at least of god just that's very easily really interesting question this was in it's involved you're right now put a link in our show notes well look that up yeah the print issue of New York magazine just a week last week but so I'm glad awareness is being raised I don't think I watched Tom cruise's video and I didn't think that that was going to convince if anything was when he was a he was out there was also a wet leased one director he was with the director of camel yelp or maybe he was with quarry anything all I thought it made might even Alfonse Caracas to for Christopher macquarrie they were making okay but they but it was it they were making at the top guns sequel which yeah we're doesn't allow it with the interpolation on or off well.

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"gary special" Discussed on Magic: The Final Frontier

Magic: The Final Frontier

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"gary special" Discussed on Magic: The Final Frontier

"And a little bit too small that usually i get run over when i'm trying that in frontier so that's the awkwardness if i'm trying to bring anything out of that what i would like to see though is a little bit more of like find finality see a little bit more of maybe like vivian reid i think those were strong cards if someone like more mid range ab glenn beck that's where i think i could go with something that's a little bit safer on the low end okay so question would you change the currency no standard bilberry still tied into collected company that a no i don't think so i don't think that click the company where you know lana were elves and the dsm explorer package he's gonna be very productive compared to what else you could do with the kodak right i'd rather have something like a four drop a powerful for drop like see dry no mhm for well if you're gonna go not sure what else switch from so tight a banner something like that with other value created i think there's a lot of good green valley creatures in in frontier yeah there are in some in some of them play with the same place and entirely trackers when we talk about even if we don't get fetches all the way back in the standard plus i think pair of truckers still exist or exploring you're you're getting all these extra lens from you're branch walker junior daylight ranger and then you play play play and you get all these clues yes what about dan protector we haven't really talked about temperate protecting really long tiny of the two one can be the power lesson then it's a potluck pictures where was it power less power lessen its power there let's pick can't block it and and yet the the more you can bring something back from it graveyard te'o hit me like a more and more you're on megamall today i you know we haven't talked about it for a long time because it hasn't been good enough in frontier for a long time it's the kind of thing that would love to see play in this deck i think that if we had that card in standard it would certainly be playing seeing play but it's just a little slow on the defensive yeah 'cause this is if it's if it's midrange mid range becomes this amazing mid range card you know like if you were talking about playing find it banality you know you bring it back you're you you flip that you bring back find in and then you know you eat and get it back into other creatures next time and they just flipping again you just drop it flipping reverse it yeah yeah that sounds like a rap song missy elliott on that show terrible song yeah absolutely off we have a really big like five drought creatures in michael berry or still tight is there anything else we said he will not play other is that see other kind of tough part is that there's just no amazing kind of five six dropped it makes you feel like you're winning the game in the green black x colors so you wouldn't be like just kinda i think it'd be hilarious ordinance kinda yeah it's tough it's a little bit tough to support this kind of even with somebody explorer package 'em yeah there's not a lot of but i'm like oh yeah i played the five drop i win the game here how about a gift drug monster yeah i don't feel like a win the game if i play detroit monster and i do do lie linked in is now going to your standard plus if we're standard plus starting at like shadows mhm that i could see it being because especially with all these explore you know like you said it's a tireless tractors like you're gone all this land you're playing all this land and yet the sector wendy sherman six six deaths touch new ones could be able to kill it it's gimme incredibly hard to kill a try that india and a few seems like green black said it all back with detroit detroit in that frontier version i haven't seen the little dictator sounds interesting one mccurdy i think maybe could be play go gary special day helen driven despair it's slow yeah you know you need a wide deck for that it's not gonna do anything for you on the defensive or you know if you're not ahead on board really had on board so i think i would probably skip that this kind of more fair doc okay m any other mid range six we talk about esprit mid range we talked about go garri would you consider like the boroughs or 'em celeste near angels deck to be mid range yeah i mean that dropped off i didn't follow standard quite enough during that time digs here why that that just crashed and failed world is leather necks maybe showing yeah i know but yeah i heard about that as well but it's more like a girl right it's like yeah deep down i should say i think we should probably transition especially those were getting way too you're the one of the most need to talk about standard because it hasn't seen a lot of frontier play andy said that now you know a big part of the standard met a game this blue green you see a bed next to her but who green nexus yeah yeah i think i've seen people talk coming up playing but i haven't seen anybody but he pulled the trigger and actually played in frontier yet oh i i could ship you my list it's pretty powerful thing that i hate it yeah it's gross oh so really what this that guy in the standard is it got ten years now and that they make upgrade 'em so she just does eight tonnes of the backfield about black so very cool and very powerful card mhm all that many putting down lists that growth spiral you know you just quickly say okay to counters next june for not even next turn you couldn't put it down and grow it up to two or three and then on top of reclamation and blow it up runway and then you could report with tammy oh and just keep doing that it can be really great okay at ten you'll realize anything so what's the condition it i mean it just makes it read it again miserable yeah it'd be the one condition tends to be a one of these it's like one in the blue returns in online permit to players hand as sorcery hand amasses her one oh that's been sounds horrible so they just you know take turns and then play that from a million times using tammy audrey by everytime sounds absolutely miserable it's correct bob hope so in frontier it's a little less miserable 'em you move around this things that we get as far as upgrades and when conditions so i don't think you really need more spots in the windy conditions because you know despite being miserable the deck does win what's at that point where it's taken infinite turns what frontier could do is that it has better lands that could be when conditions so yeah lumbering falls is a great one condition in the deck 'em hit pretty hard interact with the using bringing back they're not gonna build exile of rascals contempt a witness really good is a guy reach sanitarium so that later mhm yeah so it's on tap land taps irwin or you pay to inhabit drunk heart each player draw the carton discard card mhm so once you're taking infinite turns you could just drawdown hard knocks infinite times and using completely melted that without the attorney so that was pretty quickly it's it's a lot faster than trying to a massive well times you play those are freedom claiming deck when you play torrential gear hulk in front of you is with this day i am trying one i think that one of them is powerful enough i don't see it as much as a win khan and the very powerful value card you know even play it and step in rebuy dig again that's better than pretty much any other dry spell politically blocker and tempo and all that what about other 'em other extra turnstiles like parts of waterville m i liked that in v band version i like less in the blue green which is dependent on having have that a willingness reclamation on tapping at home so you're living in front of everyone mentioned is that if you times about amazing card it's not that that's a that's a lot better than comes to light yeah that's really what makes the frontier version so much better so i'm gonna say you talked about the lands and making this a lot but i think any of these multicolored acts veteran standard right now the land just gets the land base just get so much better no matter what you play yeah do that how far down we go of course you know we were talking only through you know we're talking shadows you get your enemy man early enemy 'em fast plans will you get the showdown the you show that that is on the show the basically oh sure yeah those are particularly good yeah they don't work very well with fifty million dollars plus yeah but yes good a cow that's just the past lance and if you elect a car then you got he 'em what you eat wolfer if you go back to get you get the cycle in and then if you go back and then you get together what would they call the angle lens yeah those ones are good man lands if you go back yard and that would be the bigger deal so one day i really wanna talk before we finish off with control 'em i wanna talk about blue red phoenix i don't know if it was really hasn't really been popular recently it was really popular by two seasons ago and i think a lot of people still you know they brought their place set of of a the the phoenix suns at that rekindling thinks it's other phoenix can't remember the one i mean we we saw both phoenix but it's it's not prophetic thinks wherever forgotten the name now but there's so many good courage that would make this deck a lot more consistent in frontier i think my number one choice would be a pathetic reunion which is you know with this car to draw three so you know you gotta mean you're opening hand you described only put it in the graveyard he dropped three and then you know if you have like you're a goblin electra mansur or you know a mother she spells and hand you just play play get back to you yeah a lot more here's another card i really liked was a champion of wits what he's saying you know chicken with over has played well for me it you know it's not carded vantage and it's a two one four to one am turn three not usually gonna do much other than trump block but also to discards to and then you bring it back later on in the long game you know just for discard to you're putting more more stuff in the graveyard sure but you don't really have that kind of time with a slow back like this i think mhm and of course all the way back i'm gonna say people only that ted jaguar gear if you go back to kansas black than treasures just becomes insane in the stack yes that's definitely true i agree that even go back treasure crews if you go back to us some of those options and at some point i think you might wanna look into a third color like i don't mean great this is a bad idea especially if you go back he called on command you've got thing in these guys go cards and my wants this list no okay so you talk about gracious let's used that to kind of move into are are last part a ruckus generally major deck that's been doing good and you know i guess they call it works control in standard i think in front peer it'd be more of a mid range almost so we could do like victis control and also maybe until about as per control at the same time yeah both of those have seen a not significant amount of play over the last few seasons yeah let me go in both frontier random standard so what what would you play and you're good stack dragon god bulla is really really good especially the way that he works with other card so you know i've talked a lot about corrects the basically already my pet tack and we got a lot more powerful and very excited about you know a lot of people for playing now if you're already getting rid of all their hand with things like cold on command with things like photo racer with things like you know liana you just pulling their hand apart and then you also dropped this dragging god then his his plus one is you draw card and the exile carts and their hand or a permanent they control me you know you could literally win the game and they have no permanent and play sometimes these in louisiana which louisiana we go i i guess i was thinking of a three liliana she doesn't really the last hope emit she's kind of current event and she doesn't just will get rid of cars abortion bill one that really gets credit cards yeah i like you know louisiana minus two minutes one and then used both minus two minus one right afterwards that next ten m i was gonna ask you when i was thinking about gracious control no one has really played incendiary flame 'em do you think kevin three damage sorcery read spell that excels occurred would that be good in frontier like against dredge or jumping like no i don't think so i think if i want that i would play level coil at for damage oh yeah okay 'cause i think by the time of the greatest actors winning it's absolutely winning is one of those tax at the very awesome yeah but when when it gets in charge it just shook opponent out but if you're going to yeah you don't you don't need that three dennis deface no very very rarely 'em did you know about shiners which tundra being the greatest day the torture defines 'em that's tougher you don't you there's a lot of competition for i think between leaders and the global off mhm i'm so it's hard to get more than those in there in did you say scared gun it's option but i think you play some number of like a scare god or eight care hulk something like that you don't have any white as many as you know the standard that is more of a controller gets to go all the way up the things like big really on a lot less maybe move in i've even seen mhm a little harder that's why this kind of thing.

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"gary special" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"gary special" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is saying and what they're doing as far as the criteria for UFO's, whether or not the military report them, and yes, they can now they're allowed to you AP's unidentified aerial phenomena. The alien question what aliens are out there. What species are out there? What do they want with us? And also the discussion we had about extraterrestrials being some of them being synthetic entities. That back engineer off they wanted to start a program of some kind a wanted to go to Howard right now. Howard. You're on with Linda mole now. Go ahead. Basically, I I've been following windows. Dewey for the last almost forty years. I some of those ran a UFO program for what you hear on the same station Iran now. But the bottom line is what would you in winter discuss e you realize is it threat to religion is it threat to the day? Oh, Christian Islamic religion. And as such you are a threat, and what's your protective by the MJ phenomenon that they that the fundamentalist religious will not permit you to keep say that we have been created by a alien civilization. Okay. Is where we have an intersection where I think it all needs and that it can be positive that is. Even if we an a lot of different life in this universe have been manipulated in brought into container bodies by a lot of manipulation by danced intelligence. Is this what I'm going to say now has come through the human abduction syndrome in some of their interactions with some of the beings who have said. There is a very special soul. From the divine field that has been inserted into the vision of standing up primates on earth. And that in the of this extremely special soul that the even do not have the other intelligence is manipulating the planet. Do not have that are spiritual center, the animus of all that we are that which survives the get of the container and goes on into other dimensions. And ultimately to join the divine field. That is what they want to study. They being intelligences that may have the ability to move point point in this universe by bending space time as I'm studying physics allows. But that they are envious of the soul that humans have. And this would explain. Lane. Why avatars Buddha Krishna by Christ? Other have come trying to say to humanity. You do not understand what happened at the moment of death. On each early and eventually is joining with the divine field, and that that is the large Bach all of the other segmented religion. Therefore, f we are all bound by our relationship with the divine field that cared enough to insert Gary special strong soul into what might have been very abused genetic manipulation. And that we now are finally for the very first time in two million years beginning to come into the consciousness of how important the unseen part of soul is in relationship to the entire evolutionary track of this cosmos, and that in all of the consciousnesses that remote viewers find in this universe. There is nothing quite like, homo sapiens. Sapien on this particular watery planet that is a perfect laboratory for the experimentation with life that something happened. And that we all are a shocking life for. That the non human who are hybrids the nine him, and that are Android the non human that are clones. They look at in Don. And therefore, whatever is going to open up next. It has to be the truth. We are not alone. But we are an ordinary life form. And this is this is where the intersection can come and the humans are not going to have to get down on their knees. To non human that are not God. Down to Jack in California. Jack. How you're Linda how go ahead. Okay. Well, I have a couple of questions. I think I just heard her say that was an avatar. Avatar the definition of an avatar is a very advanced being that would interact with us on earth that is an avatar Krishna Buddha cry and perhaps others. Okay. So my two questions the first one. I would that aliens would be synthetic. And so therefore, they some people think that aliens are going to eat human. But if they're synthetic, and they don't eat, what would your opinion since need to sustain themselves. Let me describe from an autopsy report came to me in twenty eighteen is earth file dot com. It is dated April eleventh twenty eighteen artificial Android, not from earth. This is a story through United States Air Force flight surgeon at Wright Patterson air force base, back in nineteen forty seven who is asked to go to right Patterson to go into the surgery room. He was ordered by general in extremely rough terms that and forced to sign. A nondisclosure agreement before he was gowned and went into the surgery room. When the doctor ask the general, why do I have to sign a nondisclosure agreement because he did not know where you being asked to the general said, quote, because you are just about to enter into another level of military experience that you are not the millionaire with and certain level of secrets that requires this level. I have to warn you about something and this goes in to all kinds of threats, and then he signs the nondisclosure agreement. And then he goes in to where there is our two surgeons already, they're they're discussing. What did they do on these bodies on the table that are clearly not human, and they are discussing whether they are going to start an autopsy on these alien bodies in nineteen forty seven at Wright Patterson? With either AT cuts or a Y cut to begin in the chest for the autopsy and win and he is now in the room, the general had ordered him to take notes and to make questions as he watched the autopsy on the two beings. And when they main surgeon how is discussing whether to start with the key or why cut he watches as they decide and the surgeon picks up a particular kind of scalpels and reaches down to the throat area and begin to drag and nothing happened. The scalpel is not interacting with this at all. And here is an.

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"gary special" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"gary special" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And maybe in the segment you didn't hear we weren't clear about it. So I wanted to make sure that we clarified. We're not even better afraid to talk about anything or hesitant to talk about anything concerning of a Russian Russian collusion as we said, though, it's very tough on the Trump side because nobody is ever identified with the crime is right. We don't know what the crime is. Possible crimes on the other side. But again, you're going to have to you're going to have to find that that evidence is going to have to be fed the Eric, and Gary special prosecutor, you're going to have to find that all of that and yourself and our discussion. Pollution of the DNC and the Hillary campaign only came about we only brought that up in explaining what the what the the Democrats were charging the Trump administration with that only came into the discussion because they were saying well, the Trump Tower meeting, and we said, well that just would have been to get opposition research. And if you're looking for that, then you had that same collusion with the DNC and the Hillary campaign that actually completed that whole collusion, and then got that information, and then the the the the the possible crime of campaign finance with Christopher Steele. And then what did they use that information? And why did they do it that the accusation of the Trump Tower? Had nothing to it. Because it never went anywhere yet. It was actually completed on the democrat side, and you do not see the media covering it with the same passion as they did the Trump Tower meeting that was always our point to begin with. Right. And we brought up the collusion of the Democrats because it was the Democrats bringing up what they thought might be a general or as the last caller said the intent to commit collusion. And so us bringing up the Hillary, and the DNC collusion was because of the accusations from the Democrats of the generalized collusion or the Trump Tower meeting to begin with, we're we're again using their own standards. Yes. These were not our standards, right? We were using the standards of the Democrats site eight six six ninety redeye you may not be.

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