17 Burst results for "Harn"

"harn" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"harn" Discussed on NASCAR America

"New race team. Become i know the add. Joe get support. I know it's not like everything from the ground up but you still have to put it all together. And it's very hard i joe gibbs just start fourteen fifteen inside of his own shop. It would be hard for that team to be. A success was teens so they built a foundation. I think they were smarter. They did he from the from. The beginning of this thing kept saying. Hey we're not gonna win this year right everybody else michael and bubble bunch and then he's like no throughout the year and i think that was the right approach. Listen i think twenty three eleven is going in the right direction. I think harn kurt. Busch is a huge that yes it is and i hate to say this but listen. It's sports i've been in. I've done it. I sat there and listened to the president or state batteries at the banquets. Eight of the body. Okay what are you gonna do now after. Just wanna championship. It is a what have you done it is that what have you done for me lately. So we know they kurt. Busch is going to put a ton of pressure on bubba wallace. Kurt busch nova pressure on anybody on anybody so getting this win for bubba takes a little bit of pressure off of that right because it is next year. He's going to have to step his game. Up kurtz going to making seven game up. That's not anything bad about bubble. Kurt will make almost any high step their game. You put in your organization. Michael jordan and dinner smart to bring him more talent. That's what you won't. You won't your teammates to push you so they're heading the right direction. It's a it's a tall klein. it's going to be difficult as it is for everybody but i think they're doing the right. I think if you made a list of things to do for a new team to improve a move forward. They've checked every box. So far i agree. And that that's all. I'm gonna say whether it comes to fruition or not. I don't know. I think they've checked every box on moving forward credit. Yes well you listened to you. Were talking about credit. I think we need to give this next guest. A lot of credit mike wheeler competition director at twenty three eleven. He wore many hats. It was crew chief trying to get all your titles down my first of all. Congratulations man. I had conversations way back in december when you were moving shops. I guess i'm gonna point blank ask you. Could you ever imagine year one. You know how tough this sport is finding bitterly. I'll say this that. Can i imagine yes you know. You work hard enough to plan well out these things you can do it every week. Obviously living through the hardship cup racing is is not easy so getting. You're getting your hannity a lot of times makes you humbled but again prepared. Every week you worked your audit to basically trying to give your chance to win the fact that we actually got the winner race this year. It's not overly surprising. I'm really proud of ruins effort and actually able to do that. So competition director. You have the job of laying out the future of laying out twenty twenty two of laying now twenty twenty three.

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"harn" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"harn" Discussed on TechStuff

"Has licensing deals with various studios and it allows netflix to stream content certain content to certain regions or audiences. For example. there are programs on netflix. That are available in the u. k. On netflix. But i can't watch them because i'm in. The united states and netflix does not have a license to stream that specific content to people here in the us but through a vpn. I could potentially circumvent those rules and just log into vpn server in the uk and try to get around it that way. This isn't exactly legit. But a lot of folks use vpn's for this specific reason now net flicks is blocking certain pe- addresses that the company associates with vpn services. Because some of these services what they're doing is they're using ip addresses that look like residential ap addresses so netflix is starting to block some it addresses that appear to be residential ones and some of them turn out to actually be residential ap addresses now the whole goal is to prevent the vpn users firm relying on this work around right but in the process that means some innocent folks are getting misidentified as vpn services and they find that their access to net flicks ends up being limited so clearly there. Some collateral damage going on here as the company tries to crack down on vpn users attempting to skirt region locking but it is impossible to say how common this is like how frequently as net flicks affecting legitimate users. Those getting hit with the ban are still able to access netflix original content. But they might not be able to see stuff. Produced or distributed outside of net flexes owned properties. Once again we see how a media companies response to people breaking the rules can cause further harn see also digital rights management and the various massive lawsuits that media companies leveled against people who were identified as being pirates. I do not have a solution to this problem. By the way and i'm not saying that flexes necessarily in the wrong as far as it goes trying to uphold. Its end of these licensing deals. My guess is that the licensing agreements mean that netflix is obligated to pursue solutions to this problem or else face some pretty tough consequences such as not being able to secure future licensing agreements with you know various tv and movie studios. It's just unfortunate that the current solution can have a negative impact on people who are not part of the problem at that is really unfortunate. Really says that solution is a bad solution. I just don't have a better one to offer. So bummer now when it comes to picking what the top stories of twenty twenty were here in the united states. There is a lot to choose from me. Corona virus is an obvious candidate as was the election and all the trappings around that from misinformation campaigns to the fights around voter suppression and more. There's the big story of the black lives matter movement which i support. It needs ongoing support. And there's a related issue the fund the police movement. now that last one is extremely controversial and politically. A lot of leaders. Don't want to have anything to do with it. They don't even want to address it but then we have a story like this one that brings into sharp relief. The concerns of those who want to see an overhaul in how the united states handles law enforcement so according to documents obtained by the legal aid society and the surveillance technology oversight project. The new york city police department has spent around one hundred sixty million dollars on surveillance systems since two thousand seven..

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"harn" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"harn" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"I didn't know he sounded like that. And so on like one hundred percent in on getting a guy who said it was very emotional and nice to hear but also knowing joey gallo sounds like that. It's like coming. I like in the same way that the red sox believe that anybody coming. Who really wants to be a part of the red sox is gonna buy into whatever alexkor sailing. I think joey gallo come to the bronx raises average. Like thirty points would love her. I i do not want joey gallo. I just don't want brian cashman to overpay for it when this when this team needs three other things if he gets three other things. If it's flurry allen bravery in kennedy like loving even though i like what florio's dealing but highlight fleury out to but if you can get somebody who may become yes. Yup joe yellow. Then yes you do it all right. Well that is or gotten. No no i said you simply do it. I wanna see. I wanna see something big. I wanna get pumped. I wanna reasonably excited. I'm sick of not being excited for now. Four months so. Make me what i definitely don't is what we've what we've had. I want them. We have many times we say. At the current contract of the rosser month ago is not winning a world series and guess what the current contract with the roster is very much somewhat in shambles. Right now. I don't think we're gonna see and do harn frazier again this year Sessa in wilson are gone. The bullpen there still could be moves there. we're gonna be getting probably Severino in kluber back within the next three or four weeks. So it's going to look a lot different and based on the amount of roster spots clearing and the guys they can afford to get rid of after wasting these forty man roster spots on guys like nick nelson and and brooks christie. I i would imagine if the yankees do do something this year because the current contract of the rust that we were talking about a month ago is no longer The status quo. I mean nothing is funnier than the fact that a month ago is a hot cake. When we were like this iteration of the roster will not win a world series. And now it's like greg allen and sal romano like yeah no no shit morons leaving. Yeah no that's for this edition of the yard podcasts. Make sure to find us on apple. Podcast google spotify wherever you get your podcast jobs and five server you along mailbag question. We'll be more than happy to answer. it guarantee. Some goes down between this episode of the friday app even though the deadline is friday that one is going to be at crunch..

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"harn" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"harn" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I re i love getting scared there. I did One year we went down to the haunted ship station. Yeah yeah we went through the espn la Sort of remote appearance staining and that was so much fun walking through like supposedly haunted ship. That was cool queen. Mary is really fun. And the only thing for me. Because i do so i look what look. I love halloween. So whenever i can go to like the queen mary Harn aids. there's also like the haunted hayride and glendale burbank area. Like i love all that stuff. But the queen mary for me they they started like Taking some of the mazes that took you through the ship because there's a lot of issues with the ship so then it's just everything's kind of outside so might kind of loses it for me because it creepy eerie part of it is going to the ship and like the little weird took leg in my hand. So i didn't care it's still fun though. Yeah for sure i do. I love hundred house. I love halloween. Oh here's the thing. I don't get how people aren't still into halloween costumes. I'm still into costumes now. I remember last year. Maybe it was two years ago at this point. My girlfriend and i. We showed up on like a saturday night. Halloween was like the next night and we thought everybody would be out wearing costumes. We show up in full regalia man we show. We are all costumed out. And we are the only people in the bar wearing costumes and i kind of felt like should i feel dumb because i'm the only one wearing a costume or should everybody else feel dumb. Because you people aren't wearing costumes and take. This is the same guy that saying don't wear basketball jerseys without undershirts in a bar if you're a grown man so there i was standing in my costume thinking that i was looking pretty dope everybody else thought. I looked like a dope. How about you. You still costume up. I mean greg. Do i still wear costumes as often as possible. Mr stereo costumes onesies. He loves his onesies. This is drag for that. You look good in them booth us okay. You look good and everything on my ego girl around. Like i got you. I like onesie still. Everyone's happy i know. I know. Chris is going to grab that bite. And this is going to be out there now. Say i like one of these two tweet you the last time i rocked a onesie. And you're going to be very very impressed with this onesie that i'm rocking doniger. Is it gonna be like dancing impressed. Or like actual impressed no like. I think you're going to be like okay. You know what this is. Cool see i. It doesn't surprise me at all because you went around for a week wearing swag chain t-shirt without washing it so we you didn't wash that ugly t shirt that should never even be warring because it wasn't a quality prior to shrink really is not a very good quality t shirt it kind of felt like sandpaper and i was only rocket because my team was winning. I i had reversed the fortunes they had. They'd gone four and eleven and then they won eighth straight game. So i had to just keep rocking that disgusting. T shirt and it does it feels like sandpaper. What you need to know is being brought to you by morongo casino resort and spa good times less than ninety minutes from wherever you are. L z. could i interest you in a couple of phone calls. You're absolutely right to the phones. We go eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven ten three seven. Seven six jason in downey on s. l. k. On a friday. What's up jay. What's going on guy. So i originally called because i had beef with your comment about now wearing an undershirt with my jersey bro. I'm on l. body. But i'm covered in. It's hot. i love wearing jersey. I'm gonna come to the bench. Giddens wrong going to see that movie. Obviously it wasn't just an ex inviting shirt station. He said no is going on with your phone. And als- e r r. You know it's like what is gonna do. It's still a free movie. It's one of those when you're access or i don't know what to do this. This is what you do. You say. Yes i absolutely will be there and then the next day when may says aid were you there. It's like yeah you didn't see me you play it off. Great play it off. But he didn't wanna play it off. Laura you know why because he wanted to be be there. He wanted to be with his ex. You and i are We understand we. Do you want to know why. Greg went to see this movie yesterday. And greg listen. I'm happy to tell this to you and you know this is true. You've posed this as i wanted to be there to support the station. That's that's what you've that's how you've tried to position is correct right. Yeah and i wanted to see the movie. Well let's let's go by priority and your ex. that's not. let's not forget that he's into the picture. Did you guys see the patriot. He's leaning tomatoes body. Like i get close. I miss you so much. Let let cab speak going. L z. check me on these. And tell me what you think about this one. He wants to see the movie. Okay check to. He wants to see the movie for free three. He wants to see the movie before it's released publicly and four. he can use the excuse of. I'm going to work now knowing that laura desperately wanted to see this movie but she had to work last night to run the nba. Final game strong. Well i'm trying to build the draw. She she just so badly desperately wanted to see this armor her crying actually right because she because she had to work. I mean maybe maybe as management. Greg could've found somebody to give her the night and let her go see the movie and let her be there amongst the people work like olivia twist or something like that twist. I could have found somebody in for to work but she would have not been on the show yesterday also because she couldn't do the show and not do the game through the nba game afterwards. So what did you guys want. Did you want laura to miss a full day of work for us not to cheat on us to answer the real questions. I understand he. I sacrifice myself to me for this because you know. I love my boys and i go..

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"harn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"harn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News from your neighborhood with Albert Parnell at this time at the 7 10 on a Monday morning. What have you found? Yes. What I found Come now. The Blaster Plaster Ville Mountain Democrats. Eldorado counties out of there and control of Joe Harn informed the Eldorado County Board of Supervisors this week that the county sales tax revenue. Has dropped by 5.4% in the quarter ending June 30th. Okay, Thank you very much. This is a shocker said no one ever. Yeah. Saturday night Live guest host Chris Rock refused to go easy on President Trump over his Corona virus diagnosis in his monologue. Quote before we even get started. Let's say the elephant in the room. President Trump's in the hospital from Cove it and I just want to say that my heart goes out to covert. Rocks to do a huge line. All right, Well, I mean, you know, he was not going to go easy. Rock leans like way left, Right, right. Right. So, of course, he's goingto it was I mean to watch it. I did not watch it heard that they had some funny moments. But you know, it's kind of late for me. So didn't carry Does Biden. Now I understand. It's Jim Carrey. Jim Jim Carrey incurious, Although I'm sure Drew Carey could do to Jim Carrey does Biden and then it is Is her name is slipping away from me. The one that does come in the house, but she's good at it. You know, you shouldn't ask my Rudolph Rudolph. Andi think Jensen has pulled a couple of clips that we're going to roll out like it about. I don't know. Five or 10 minutes. That will be that I want to hear it Good there, there again. I've seen Maya Rudolph before do Cavallo Harris, and it is Mr. Okay, our kids, You know how to write cursive smarter. This hand writing make our Children more intelligent will have some new research coming up in about three minutes for the very latest tested.

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"harn" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"harn" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"You are not hearing elsewhere today. We'd like to welcome back our favorite economist. Dr Bob Delete chief. Economist and publisher of the No spin forecast asked an economic forecasting newsletter published. Out of and where he speaks by the speaks to us today from Chicago. So Dr Bob. Welcome back to strategic investor radio. Thank you Charlie. It's really a pleasure to be back. So Dr Bob. You've got a economics from University of Texas so you're a Longhorn harn. You spent decades. As an economist for various banks SESA nells et CETERA. And you're now retired from that and when you publish your no spin forecast. Give us a thirty second biography. William well as you mentioned. I did my Grad work at. Ut I moved up here to Chicago to go to work for the continental bank which was an adventure. I was going to say. It's not the one that went down Well if you WANNA call it that edit was We had some difficulties that were resolved by the FDIC. After the continental I worked for the northern in trust During that time not only did I spend some time economic research but I was also a portfolio manager in the Fixed Income Department. After I left the northern I started this business which is a combination of the work that I do on my website which published the newsletter that you mentioned but I also so do consulting work for fairly wide variety of companies now across A fairly broad spectrum and the economy's ranging from agriculture into financial management To my utter amazement people like you asked me to come back and talks. I'm always happy to do it. Well like we appreciate you doing that. And and on a personal note. I really appreciate your taking time for me. More than once when I hear something from an economist somewhere that that is either doom and gloom or overly bright and festive and eye contact you together typically with their their narrative. And ask you your opinion and you. You take significant time to set me straight. I really have appreciated that here puts by players. Charlie so bob let's start with us. What irks you the most about economic forecasts that we hear on CNBC and Bloomberg and read in The Wall Street Journal Etcetera? Intra what irks me. The most is that most of them are not forecast. Their sales pitches and This is who one of the problems that happens Someone wants you to buy or sell something and so they give you an economic pitch in front of it which remarkably Publi always leads to the conclusion that you should buy or sell. Whatever it is that they're pushing There's nothing wrong with that. As long as people say that this is a sales pitch and not a forecast So if you ask me what irks me. The most. That's it. And then the second part of that is the folks who have no particular background in economics who who suddenly field and authority to make a pitch And disguise it as a forecast so those are my two pet peeves. Yeah and and I doubt that many people really would disagree with you on either one of those. So what could we say that you wish more people especially those prognosticating masticate talking in the media about the economy. What you wish that those people better understood about economics and the economy? Well the first thing is that it can't always be reduced to a sound bite. There are issues that you can talk about very concisely but there are others is it requires some explanation and to simply say that everything can be reduced to twenty five words or less I think is the wrong approach. It also. Oh creates an expectation on the part of the people who are listening that every third sentence that you speak is going to be some kind of a punch line and that's not necessarily true. There are times when it can take a while to set something up so that inclusion PNB presented and then based on that to make recommendations That might have something to do with investment strategy. I always used to tell people that when I worked for the Bank I had to be very careful which direction I was facing When I said something because for the folks on the Foreign Exchange Desk I fact might be a buy in for the fo that same fact for the people on the bond desk could be sell? The fact was the same. Let's say it was the unemployment rate that had come out and very often the media not only fails to set up but they also fail to provide context when one of my sons was in college on that very subject He called me and said Dad. I've got a book that we just read for this class and bring it home because I know you'd love it. And he did he brought it home and it's called amusing ourselves to death and it was written in the early eighties. And this guy went back in the history and he looked at the number of people percentage of people who were litter. Lettera who read Thomas Pains Book Commonsense other books etc and. He found that people in past they were very very Not I just literate but informed about complex issues and he showed how Lincoln Douglas debates they would move into town to debate and they would debate all day day law and then this guy said but that all changed with radio and then even more so with television and by the mid eighty said everything now is reduced. WHO's to either a sound bite or a slogan and if that was the case in the eighties now we've got many soundbites slogans and it is so frustrating especially in areas of persuasion such as politics sales at Cetera? Everything is is the sound bite or or very short narrative and who knows what is actually. I actually is really accurate here so I can appreciate what you say. It's very very difficult. So what would you say are the key drivers and movers of the US economy. Well the one I always tell folks if you could only have one statistic tick the number that you want is the level and change of total nonfarm payrolls if you know where those are going You know a lied about what you need to know about where the economy is going. They are people are hired because firms wanted to do more and people are fired because because firms wanted to do less Now in a month to month basis the number can be a little bit noisy but there are ways to filter out some of the noise so I always tell people that if I can only have one number. That's the one I want after that. If you're going to get into making other types of decisions you might need some more detail elvis that then brings us to specific into context but to me. It's the level of employment. Okay now on the level of employment here Baba how about the fact that not all jobs are created equal. And we've moved into a service economy at much lower income does nonfarm payroll take dad inconsideration. It does but the you have to then get a little bit further into the report. Now you've given me the choice of more than one statistic and you've probably come into what is either number two or number three on my list which is as you point out the composition of payrolls over time that matters greatly and as you know. Oh and as you've already mentioned if we create low paying jobs we get one outcome if we create high paying jobs. We had another but the key point that we need to know I is. Are we creating creating jobs. And that's where the first number that I mentioned comes into play okay so while looking at just today and as we know you know time goes on and many the people will be listening to this You know for for some months of not years in the future a we are at a very low unemployment rate eight is that somehow misleading. Well no because it's no more leading or misleading in your age You know as today you are a certain number of years old and that can be an important statistic especially if you're in in certain contexts For example you know. Are you old enough to drink. Are you old enough to Buy A car by House. Whatever are are you old enough to retire? Are you old enough to qualify for social security. Your age matters but beyond that It's just a number the unemployment rate where we are now reflects the fact that we've been in expansion that has lasted quite a long time. We've put a lot of people to work. Is the unemployment rate some kind of a ceiling. No because because we still know that there are people who potentially could come into the labor force and be put to work. The question is under what circumstances and at what price and those then get into complications where I can already hear your audience falling asleep saying why did Charlie call this guy back droning on and so so changing subject just a little bit key things to look for but but besides nonfarm payroll. I've read more more than once especially lately that that a key indicator can be transportation. Now that it's kind of a leading indicator of what's going on in the Economy Johny though more goods are being transported the better it is for the economy etc.. What would you say to that? I would agree the only only problem with the transportation's statistics is you have to be very careful of WHO statistics are looking at and and whether or not they are seasonally adjusted one of the statistics that you can find very easily. The American Railroad Association or the Association of American American railroads more properly has a website which they show you weekly car. Let's look at that chart. You will see that five times a year. It appears that rail traffic stops and it just turns out that all of those are the long weekends with national holidays. Memorial Day you have wanted The Fourth of July Labor Day wanted Thanksgiving. We Wanna Christmas. Okay well if you know that then you look at the chart and nothing then you say okay. Okay no problem but if you don't know that and you have someone who's trying to Ted you going back to our sales pitch. Did you see the latest railroad numbers. They fell out. I bet well no if we're looking at a long holiday weekend because the trains don't run so my point being that yes. Yes they are very good if you know how to use them. And you Take account of it. The A parallel and I won't drone on anymore these shipping rates. And and you're going to be reading about this probably in the next six weeks. Every January shipping ocean shipping rates. Go down very sharply and the main reason for that. Is the Chinese unease new year. Okay they take part of January or early February off so as a consequence ships. Don't move so the spot rate for ships just goes down because a lot of them are idle. So you're GonNa see some folks Oh my God shimmy rates went down well. Let's put it in context and see whether indeed each shipping rates have gone down tracking freight rates have been not going down but the pace of increase has slowed because freight volumes of slowed in part related to the trade war so yes transportation can be very helpful. But it's one of those things that you have to be very careful with. Okay appreciate that. That's very helpful. So let's build on your statement about statistics so you know since since the great recession two thousand eight inflation has been very very low and yet during much of that time I hear my wife and other people say hey you go to the grocery store and prices are increasing and in California. We've had increased for some time increasing gasoline prices. And then you you realize that energy and food are not factored into those inflation rates. So two questions one is. Can we have confidence in the reported accorded official statistics from the government and number two. Is it fair and accurate that they exclude certain categories like energy and food. Okay the answer to the first question is resoundingly. Yes really okay. Bureau of Labor Statistics but I would include both the Commerce Commerce Department and the Census Bureau in this. Yes the folks who do that and I don't know if you've ever had the pleasure of talking to any of the people who work there. I have had the privilege of talking to every commissioner of labor statistics for the last forty years. Wow they have all been exceedingly confident. People and I've regularly talked to people at the the L. S.. Because I use this all the time. Could they be better absolutely and what I tell people. Is that if we spent what we spend on the landing ending year of the F. Thirty five on the CPI CPI would sing and dance. Okay okay so our problem with the statistics is is not some sort of thing that these people are making it up the problem. If we have one is that we are not doing absolutely the best that we can. In terms of gathering data Adam the B. L. S. is working on that one of the things that they have now our algorithms that go in through the Internet and tick prices off of websites which provide vides a different perspective and it's also a very cost efficient way of gathering the data now last a food and energy. I have to tell you a story way back in the day. Hey this goes back to when I was in Grad School in the late sixties and when I went to work in the early seventies we had something called double digit inflation which they remember member and one of the things that was done both by the Nixon administration and then by the Federal Reserve was to say. Well now look if we take out food and and energy prices the rate of inflation is not as high which is true and this is where the term core. CPI came right was invented ended Bhai Herbstein. Who is chairman of the Castle Economic Advisers under Nixon and he and Arthur Burns at the time thought that we needed something to make inflation? Look it's not as bad as it was K.. Core CPI is valid only in one regard for the use of monetary policy because.

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"harn" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And you go. Smell and sack back sack from a running back like you're, you're well. How? Delicious food, and bad body funk, are not that different. I'm telling you, you could get the plume of steam that comes off my favorite Carney's hotdog and have it come out a raise under shirt, and I would gross out. But if I was at Kearney's, it would have a context, and then vice versa house water. Yeah. Right. I've always had this agreement, you know that if something is funky. The other one has to smell it. Absolutely. Yeah. I like that. I remember one time one of my good friends was in the bathroom and he yelled. Oh, Alison I wish you guys. So I could show you what just came out of me a little bit sad, that I wasn't. I wasn't going to get to see it flushed before I had a chance. There's I'm mother found my poop once my dad found your poop, right? Down. My dad found your poop inside of my bedroom door on the floor floor. Yes favor. I like that a few, she's a newspaper. Chaim harn. It easy to clean up my poor dad. He walked into my room and there's a human who had defecated inside of the room, just on the floor. And he just showed home just gave me the fuck. Well, the best case scenario in that sense. If you're the dad, you're like my son did not do that. I you know, thank God. My dad and I never spoke about anything because we would have had a lot of uncomfortable conversations. My I don't think rate, you would know because, you know, my dad. Well, I don't feel like he was Mr. popularity in highschool. Now, I think he was other fad K to play the trumpet. Yeah. And scared. Yeah. Okay. I don't think he had a ton of friends. Maybe one maybe a half. He didn't play. He didn't. He didn't play sports. He didn't he didn't do anything. So when his son started hanging around with people that would take whole sacks of gold medal. Flour and throw them into a patent fan that was on high just like an industrial fan inside my room and just poof wideout inside the roof inside the room or are just completely urinate, all over my mattress or defecate on the floor or try to drag me out of the house, naked, while we fought in the driveway, and it was actually really wonderful. That was one of your stellar mom have to say. I mean you fucking batch it you went. He went Hoke ace went hope that day you have we had him outside when your name laughing, and you're getting beat up when you're laugh, and it's tough when you when you live across the street from the school and. Thirty five hundred kids go to school. And everyone is filing out into the street, and you live across the street, and you're nude and to the strongest guys, you know, are going to drag you out into the street and basically throw you out onto the sidewalk naked in front of your entire school. You get the strength tan apps. The God damn Lutely like shade into the gate or the those my vision than. Yeah. Yeah. Almost almost everything we did. I remember there was some poor kid. We stripped him down on the baseball field. Lititz underpants on fire. I think they were on or off him dripped him down there. We're not animals. I'm kid wasn't. I mean right. You remember when used to lock people in the cage, and then Chris would get up on the locker rocker and wiz, on everyone's head. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. By the way, this is why no stories no matter how sick twisted sexually perverted or physically repulsive sound like anything to me like when somebody says, oh, this guy came up behind him and spit on his back or slapped him across the face grabbed his underpants game, a wedge year even the tea bagging and all the bizarre sexual ritual Listrik hazing kinda shit sounds like fucking Tuesday to me was like nothing peed on McGraw and football. I Pete right on him. And he looked at me. Dude, any walked away. You f ING too people..

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"harn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"harn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:29 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"There is a Cincinnati pitching change in the bottom of the fourth inning. The Metropolitans are down four to three. The bases are loaded Alonzo just walked with the bases loaded on four straight pitches and so- basis still loaded run comes in. So it's four to three reds two outs. Bottom in the fourth inning. And of course, in this game Wheeler a little bit as they saying that trade off to the shaky start with a four to nothing deficit right away. But the issue with the immense so far has not what the hitting. I mean, they score they'll their lineup has been hey heading and producing and scoring. However, it is with the pitching and the bullpen outside of Zamora over the weekend and D as some more on Saturday three up three. Down three ks. He saw d as with the five to win over Milwaukee on Sunday three up three down and three ks. But every this was Sunday to close out the game. But every other but everybody else from the metropolitan bullpen just giving up and who can trust familia, and you're too familia with his imploding and giving it up so outside of D as I mean, even gazelle and gave it up a little bit and again obvio- on what? And so and oswald's what also what is what is what is wrong with most of the bullpen. But the bottom line over the weekend. Again, only Zamora and D as war do was successfully do their job. And of course with degrom and was Syndergaard with those two guys on Friday and sad. Saturday nine innings worth out of both of them to grow and the Viking God and ten runs allowed. So with the grummin the over four and with Syndergaard the ER a over sex, and the issue wasn't supposed to be basically what the starting and vol people it was Matt's on Sunday. And we know where we have seen the worst of him. And on Sunday, we saw the best of him. He didn't give up a was fine for the seven innings and then gave up the two run home run. But the Metropolitans finally beat with the brewers five to two and are threatening now basis loaded bottom of the fourth inning four three reds two out of four the Metropolitans nanna Gandhi can't say enough good things about the Yankees. That's for sure. With with the replacement players. Yes, you can say they have taken on awful teams like the angels and the giants, but they are what six games over five hundred seventeen and eleven game and half out of first and holding up their end of the bargain. I heard one caller from earlier today talking about are the ink is a better t- without Stanton and Hicks. And you might as well throw in judge in Andrew Harn. Of course, they are not a better team without those guys. However with the the talk moments and with everybody else Tyler Wade who can steal vase and even put the ball down with the Bunning. They're winning some of these games. Six one on the road. So far going to Arizona more night. They are winning some of these games with National League ball small ball. And none as although you'll see a home run from Sanchez of the grandson, and Lou Voight, Luke voids, and again, I mean, they can't get him out of what is it? Thirty eight thirty nine games reaching base safely. So you can ask more of these replacement players and missing Severino have was good on Saturday against a hopless giants team and Bumgarner Amin that he gave up five. Five runs on eleven hits and ten seconds. Now, this is why the Yankees might be a little bit cautious at the trading deadline. And you know, the giants are gonna have the Madison Bumgarner on the blonde because they're going to look for somebody who can put the bat on the ball. They have no offense at all. But the bottom line is Madison. Bumgarner not the same. Not like when he was with the twenty ten twelve and fourteen whenever. Yeah. The year they were winning a lot of miles on that left. Arm back to the phones we go for merriam calling from forest tales Mariam upset today. What is lost? What I'm what I'm hoping happen to that? They will come back because they always have all year, and when you know the first day, and then go from there because you you have to know they have to call a goal, they know that. But they also know that is Calcutta buckets heart. Michael valpo. Throw in. Well, have Swedish version of Sebastian. Oh who who's defenseman? He needs to come up. They probably may bring him up to the confidence is waning. Yeah. I have a positive attitude about life. No. You don't. I well life. Yes. But I don't think right now. No, you don't. About anything. I Joan here the bravado don't hear the confidence right now. I'm point where something called caution. And you have to be able to say this is why this is what it is. And it says I think I can win. I am a problem saying that I know that problem I can't I can win. I think I hear some doubt in the. I have no doubt at all. Okay. If you say, so I just don't hear the provide. The swag words. This wagga. Well in my pocket. I when I need to. It's cold here. So I'm sorta tie. Well, we all know it's not over until it's over. Right. I said the other day to you. I said it to me. The phone in the cloth. Okay. Well, you're you're you know, the proverbial what does the cliche Mariam the the back against the wall? No right now that they're fine. Just fine. They have infesting all, you know, the back against the wall business, you're going to go on and you keep going, and you do the best and you wanna do a little bit of inspiration coming from Miriam. What's wrong with being in split for? So I think it's fine. This is what you're gonna do. And you do it. Well, I hope we hear from me when when when when the series include. You know waiting minute. I on this way. Yes. Okay. All right. All right. So you're not giving up. Hope. I don't I don't hear this wag strat in the moist. But I know I could here. That's right. Poets? This way, if you were watching the under eighteen charter issue to watch and see what players wages we're gonna get next year. Okay. Okay. Okay. If you say, so. Okay. All right. So I'm gonna go back to the match and that went to. All right. Well, I could there's a little bit of the confidence that we were hearing before the series started. There's no reason not to have any. They're going to be fine. Win the next Netflix. And who knows who they'll fight. All right. All right. So you're not giving up. I haven't. Anything safe? Okay. I that I think has been proven via NY Senator fan. Who is Diane Hart is convey and Mariam good to hear the voice even with a little while the confidence was coming back as the conversation went on and still not giving up a no white flag from Mariam as assure or any other is Sandra fan that's only to not for dentists calling from Manhattan Dennis here in fan. What's going on? My friend, Mr. Steve adding spoken about six weeks. How are you? I'm okay Dennis. How about yourself? I'm doing. All right. You know, you see what this is. What happens you give you a full show? And then you get a joy at sticking needles in people. You. Picking what am I going to all the time? Now, I'm used to working only a half hours. Let me let me get Marian. Stick needles in. That is now I have time to needle now. I have to. Yeah. No while I'm just saying ready. I have time to like be mean Nesty Mariam smack you back a little bit. I gotta tell you that. He always does. And as has for years. I I cannot beat her down not at all. To speak to my friend same here. It's always to speak thirtieth speaking you. I hope it fear question before my if you have question on the screen. Sure, please give me good news here. I have not heard in a long time Joe de cooling in is. He alright. Yeah. I hope. So I mean, we we we know that he likes to call in during baseball season. These the diehard Yankee fans should be very happy with what the Yankees are doing. I mean, he's not happy, of course, at the judges there and with Hicks, and they end do har- with the Severino. But the bottom line is Joe d is out there. Now, he asked to know that he's very entertaining to a number of callers and bene- part of the program at night and overnight for as long as WFAN's been around. So if Joe d is listening, let us know at least that you're okay, or is, okay. As good as your Yankees implying called into about two weeks ago. Only quite quote, only the list, you seconds ever called into Joe and Evan and they were you. Oh, yeah. I heard that. Yeah. I don't hospital. Oh, I didn't even know. I didn't know that. That just got out of the hospital. Oh, well by hope, so I hope he's okay. I've I urge him to give you a call. And then talk gangqi. Yeah. Yeah. You bet we all good job on your part Dennis. I know you wanted to talk about the knickebocker. And maybe the next time it called don't make it six weeks. Give us give us a call back tomorrow. If you can't we'll talk a little bit about the knickerbockers. And what is there to say on this hoping they can get his Williamson.

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"harn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I can't sue our Tampa affiliate to send us a Florida man story, and I'm so distracted. Now, I'm just entirely distracted. I know it's next hour. But how're people this crazy? All right. Let's I know we have headlines to get into a my bad. I just that stuff. Distracts me. Really? I'm just like, oh, I really wanna talk about it now. But I'm waiting. I'm going to wait. Let's go ahead. It's getting it's getting into the headline stuff. Now, all of the news. You would probably miss it's time for data's quick. Oh. So the creepy foreign lawyer his creepy porn jet. It got done taken. Yeah. What happened is the feds seized his jet pursuant to a seizure warrant issued by federal judge? It's it's related to the criminal case in Los Angeles. Oh, man, and I have another an apparently it gets even crazier so the indictment. So he because he was indicted what like New York, and then in LA, apparently he was accused of hiding a four million dollar settlement from a mentally ill paraplegic on disability. Yeah. Are you? Okay. Are you all right over there? How that's like soc. That's so sketch. Did that solo that's heartless low? Holy crap. I see. I'm never wrong about people. The first time. I saw him. I was just like, ooh, he looks like he's smells like axe body, spray and Fritos. I don't know just what I get from him. It's like a a living bottle of Drake Harn warr or axe body, spray just sprouted legs and became century. I don't know. All right moving on the I don't understand the story. I was reading I read it last night, devout Catholic farmers were barred from the farmers market fight city and fight city in Michigan because they wouldn't host the same sex wedding. So a Catholic couple in east Lansing Michigan. Michigan are both vets they own their own organic farm, and they were kicking the local farmers market after they refuse to homeless host a same sex putting on their farm. So in two thousand seventeen court issued a pre lem mortar to permits even Bridget tennis, owner of country mill farms to return to the farmers market. So. They are joining alliance for defending freedom because it's it's bigotry what is being done against them. It's not that they're it's they're literally targeting them because of their beliefs. They said they serve customers. We just don't want to host and participate in events that violate our our faith and the so because apparently there was no other place. People are are specifically targeting people of faith. We're going to come back to that one. Also a couple of other things to hit. Let's see here this, and we'll we'll get into this stuff. Julian Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London looking like mad Santa and he now is accused of conspiring which healthy lane manning and his indictment. He's he's got a number of account or number of charges. But they're they're charting with hacking and for which is interesting, and then also you're charging attack. Him. And then they the woman who was in Sweden who wanted to file that suit against him for rape. She wants that. She it was it had been dismissed the national once it reopened, and the I think.

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"harn" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Nymex episode we're featuring Australian Lucy Bhanot she's on a mission to walk the entire length of the world exhaust just saying that from Argentina to barrow in Alaska, if she completes it, Phil. She'll become the first woman to have done it easy for you to say by the Shwe. Yeah. Look tough EPA. It's thirty thousand kilometers the equivalent of a sixth of the average distance a person walks in their lifetime on Lizzie as long as five years. The number step. She's going to be taking is a staggering forty million issue hit around that all this without any on road support team other than her blue heeler wombat. But what makes this the temp even more amazing is Lucy story in a year into the planning? This is not the reason she did this walk. She was planning it. But it might never have happened because she was taking pounding and endurance cycling fundraiser, and the I'm is to ride as far as you can over a month. I think we'll let Lucy pick up the story. I was going really well. The fundraiser is raising money for children's cancer. Through an organization called the great cycle challenge. And there are two ways that you can get onto a leaderboard in that challenge. One is to raise lots of money, which I had done, but not nearly as much as the post in that was leading or you could get on the leaderboard for having done the most Columba's, and they were three of us who competing to get on the Tilburg, gut laid abode, and it was between me and to other gentlemen, one. Who's a good friend of will both of them are friends now, actually, but ultimately, it's really unusual in these events for women to be at the toper believable. So a group of my friends, and I would just really committed trying to get me to be number one. And then what happened? Sorry, we found a loophole in the rules where you didn't have to record all of your kilometers. Until the end of the rice if you didn't want to. So we were doing that. And I was hit and then three days before the end of the rice, I was trying to maintain those comedies and keep my laid when you pulled up to a team to section and I'd seen rece- Cobb before and they had actually cut me off previously. So I began to slow down, which is you know, what you do, but they stopped. So I sped up and thought bright I can pass them. But as they waited for me, they just made a really bad judgment decision and cooled out at the last minute, and then panicked and stopped. And at that moment, there was just no possibility for me to go one way or the other. And so I ended up slamming on the brakes and flying rod across the talk of the youth and landing on my head on the other side. And it's just really lucky as wearing helmet with preserves. No doubt that I'd be dead. I wasn't wearing that helmet. Yeah. You would did. But Jay did some damage Titus is through that. Yeah. Well, you know, what I I just thought I was fine. And I was going to get back on my block and gar Harn and get back on the winning try, no. But then I kind of noticed as I lo- it myself back onto the road that I couldn't really move my legs at all. And I got into the in the ambulance drive off in me, some more fame. But I was kinda like, no, I'm fine. I'm fine. And within ten minutes, I'll just became overwhelmed with this incredible incredible pain. So I had two days of really intense Hine, and that was only because it turns out I'm resistant to Molefi in that time. I also wasn't able to move my legs. So what had happened is? I could still I could feel when people touched my toys, but it turns out that isn't necessarily a sign that you're going to be able to walk again. So there was a real worry that I'd being partially paralyzed. And as waiting my legs to come back online to my my words began to leave me as well. And I became. Partially phasing. Sorry, not only did I have to learn how to walk and deal with all of the muscle turn loss. I also had to practice speaking again and get pasta start off on..

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"harn" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Nymex episode we're featuring Australian Lucy Bhanot she's on a mission to walk the entire length of the world exhaust just saying that from Argentina to barrow in Alaska, if she completes it, Phil. She'll become the first woman to have done it easy for you to say by the Shwe. Yeah. Look tough EPA. It's thirty thousand kilometers the equivalent of a sixth of the average distance a person walks in their lifetime on Lizzie as long as five years. The number step. She's going to be taking is a staggering forty million issue hit around that all this without any on road support team other than her blue heeler wombat. But what makes this the temp even more amazing is Lucy story in a year into the planning? This is not the reason she did this walk. She was planning it. But it might never have happened because she was taking pounding and endurance cycling fundraiser, and the I'm is to ride as far as you can over a month. I think we'll let Lucy pick up the story. I was going really well. The fundraiser is raising money for children's cancer. Through an organization called the great cycle challenge. And there are two ways that you can get onto a leaderboard in that challenge. One is to raise lots of money, which I had done, but not nearly as much as the post in that was leading or you could get on the leaderboard for having done the most Columba's, and they were three of us who competing to get on the Tilburg, gut laid abode, and it was between me and to other gentlemen, one. Who's a good friend of will both of them are friends now, actually, but ultimately, it's really unusual in these events for women to be at the toper believable. So a group of my friends, and I would just really committed trying to get me to be number one. And then what happened? Sorry, we found a loophole in the rules where you didn't have to record all of your kilometers. Until the end of the rice if you didn't want to. So we were doing that. And I was hit and then three days before the end of the rice, I was trying to maintain those comedies and keep my laid when you pulled up to a team to section and I'd seen rece- Cobb before and they had actually cut me off previously. So I began to slow down, which is you know, what you do, but they stopped. So I sped up and thought bright I can pass them. But as they waited for me, they just made a really bad judgment decision and cooled out at the last minute, and then panicked and stopped. And at that moment, there was just no possibility for me to go one way or the other. And so I ended up slamming on the brakes and flying rod across the talk of the youth and landing on my head on the other side. And it's just really lucky as wearing helmet with preserves. No doubt that I'd be dead. I wasn't wearing that helmet. Yeah. You would did. But Jay did some damage Titus is through that. Yeah. Well, you know, what I I just thought I was fine. And I was going to get back on my block and gar Harn and get back on the winning try, no. But then I kind of noticed as I lo- it myself back onto the road that I couldn't really move my legs at all. And I got into the in the ambulance drive off in me, some more fame. But I was kinda like, no, I'm fine. I'm fine. And within ten minutes, I'll just became overwhelmed with this incredible incredible pain. So I had two days of really intense Hine, and that was only because it turns out I'm resistant to Molefi in that time. I also wasn't able to move my legs. So what had happened is? I could still I could feel when people touched my toys, but it turns out that isn't necessarily a sign that you're going to be able to walk again. So there was a real worry that I'd being partially paralyzed. And as waiting my legs to come back online to my my words began to leave me as well. And I became. Partially phasing. Sorry, not only did I have to learn how to walk and deal with all of the muscle turn loss. I also had to practice speaking again and get pasta start off on..

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"harn" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on Through the Wire

"So you're not talking about us. He means like the younger generation, I got the end of Kobe's career. This is what Coby was to us. I don't think so. So like I mean from a points while the he's going for like forty points over like eighteen games. I'm like that. Now, that's cool. Like the score is there. But it's that he know that Koby mentality. That's what I think about when Kobe that as soon as out the gate, he's trying to go for fifty or you like he's literally trying to kill you. Don't think James. He's coming on. I think j naturally edginess school. I yeah, he he's gonna hit the daggers on you. But I think he's more of a play breakers with with their going say, no just because hardens giving you forty plus and also giving you fifteen assists. So he's a little bit different. Because you're saying he's also facilitating co is coming right with the score mentality. I'm gonna say this. I agree with you said. But another thing is call was dominant. Lee winning like Kobe had called all brings came and Pete's. He had a three peat check any of the two Pete would like Oldham and Gusau in them. So call was like doing what harness doing but like winning winning, right? And that was good. I was gonna say to. And then Coby also was like just doing miraculously stuff like crazy game win. Emmy hard has his moments because in was doing it just a different way Harn, you know, like would be male say he's passing he got a little bit more foul shooting. Get to the free throw that called me was doll. And you call was dogging you oh shooting over double teams. And when I think of hard, and I always think like you can say that Kobe scorn, but also has Steve Nash with the type of places in the type of heat on create his teammates. The Kobe of your era would be Russell Westbrook. If he was having success with his mindset, cook call. Russell Westbrook mass at but was raining. If that mentality that like reminds me cope dengue while shots that we'd be like, well, what are you doing Russell Kobe was taking them. But was hating. Faso like a manager's. Imagine of Russell Westbrook is taking those like ridiculous shots reasons. Here I would say their office of impacts are very similar. I mean they doing differently but as far as like I'm taking over this game. Because I thought about the other day like have you ever seen tamed up like screener? They like all ball screen move off the ball. Now. It's I I sold a whole game. I mean, I've seen Kobe Bryant come up like a pin? Now screen trying to get the ball Ethan spot mcabe. I mean, Jay killing brings the ball over variety to a much more variety type of score give it to you in a post. He gets, but he was shooting threes would dunk on you do all those type of things hard. And this kind of also it's not hard and fall. It's kind of like they offense. What I'm gonna keep always saying, I think hard could be much more maybe have some varieties, but they don't even explored. I've never seen hard and post up. Anybody know? No. He's a big he posted TJ McConnell the other night. Okay. Then he he did the baby 'cause you score it over what's baby. Do that. But I did it twice in the site gang because they the replay on that one. You probably take about karma babe, which is good because they kind of make it. The offense is hard for him to do all those things. He's got what time is really the postal usually going to bigger longer because now not even not even hard like he was a point guard for entire year. Which means he's six five big as point guard point guards or other Gars quietly going to match up with them. And even Kobe wasn't as he didn't only post up babies..

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"harn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Excited to be working with Bihar, Abby. I think she's also noticed band Bobby bed, baby. No, you're making fan. Bad, bobby? Oh fad. Baby. That's be h API. How am I supposed to be a hobby? Baby. That's her. We chose Danielle for our brand because she speaks to an entire generation in a language. You can understand literally and doesn't believe in hype. Hey. Something different than it did before gone. She is in it to be a visionary. Not just for the money. Okay. Okay. Copycat beauty. And what? Well, who wrote that dumb copy? Somebody dumb. Anyway, so copycat beauty is giving her a lot of money. Now, I should say copycat beauty. I don't I don't buy a lot of makeup anymore. So, but this is if you have questions about why Bradley was buying makeup before it's. Good story. If you look at the website, they're basically like the Walgreens brand of drugs. So you don't have like I do not think about it. So you have like ibuprofen. Ibuprofen Advil would be brand for eight ninety nine while the Walgreen's version of ibuprofen slash Advil would be what four ninety. Yeah. So copycats. Designers like, oh compared this to the anesthesia Beverly Hills Siglo kit eight ninety nine instead of theirs for forty dollars. Yeah. So she's basically just like the knockoff brand. Holly looked at me funny. When I said designer and pasta because it was funny. Oh, okay. No. Imposter perfumes are. Thank you. Well, I know I'm just saying some people might not they literally are knock off perfume. Yeah. So instead of jerk Harn warr, it's. Careful or instead of Xena Tae. It's Nin Jetta. No, we'd be like. Janine janine. Janine a yes. Instead of Calvin Klein's obsession it would be. Bob, mccracken. Go away. Oh my God. I wanna smell thoughts that won't go away. Miles per turbans. That's basically copycat can't stop won't look away. Can't stop picking the scam. Yeah. Exactly. So anyway, she's going to have a lot of money. Okay. So. Yep. Danielle per goalie gonna be rich bad, then she's already. Over the website. Yes. No, literally, they announced it near. She was being bang. Boom. Copycat beauty got some Daniel Burgo Lee. Okay. That's said we also need to talk about another story that we mentioned I think yesterday the day before. And that's the new cast of the celebrity big brother that was here. Wasn't here. I I don't know. Even who's on the show you Joan now. Oh, my God running down, you don't know. Okay. Nat Natalie Marie. Natalie even Marie. Member who's a WWE wrestling or something. Oh, okay. Yeah. She absolutely is. Okay. At an actress and a fitness model. Ryan locked e. Okay. Joey lawrence. Bright, Kato kaylin. You have not heard the story. Lolo jones. This is so exciting green. Yes. Candy Burress Tamar Braxton Jonathan Bennett to remember him from mean girls. Yes. And Ricky Williams, also, Dino low hand and Michael Lohan, Anthony Scaramucci, oh, right?.

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"harn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So you see when you get this thing going in one direction. It's going to stay going in one direction. So. Yeah. Twenty four pounds sleeping like a rock. She came in. We did hair and saliva sample bio energetic scans bloodwork functional assessment, we gave her hormones support hypothalamus support. We also gave her Drina support got got the body work in the right way. And now, we got the results that we see. It's not surprising either right around that age right around the age of thirty nine forty. I hear more and more that right between the ages of thirty nine and forty one a lot of things change in the women's body and cycle. Right. And so it's really it's interesting every ten years. Right. Right. Exactly. So I think that it's interesting that you brought that up but speaking of at the health benefits. So we've had this happen a bunch of times in our office. But this just recently happened again, Michelle who I believe she's in her mid thirties as she lost eighty pounds. She did too. Rounds? Yeah. I mean, really really a lot of weight eighty pounds. Well, what happened was she had some trouble getting pregnant with her first child. And so did a lot of hormone therapy type stuff, and IVF and claw. Clo made and all these other things and all of these drugs are really known for. Put put away. And really just create all sorts of bloating in the body all sorts of very unpleasant things, but she got a baby out of it, which is really a great positive. But because of that she had gained not only a bunch of weight before she got pregnant, but also while she was pregnant and then afterwards, really hard hard time taking it off. So then she tried to get pregnant again, again more hormones and more of these procedures. And unfortunately, her second time was not as successful as for I. But she was about eighty pounds heavier than she had started out before. So she came to us. She did to forty day rounds, which basically means she went pound for pound on both of them. And that's very common because this was not Heregger. Wait, right. This was weight put on with right? So that's why she went pound for pound because her body really needed. It really needed to get ready scrape per pound for pound pound a day for a man is impressive pound for pound for pound a day for a woman is absolute we've had a number of women. So anyway, so she comes she comes in. And she says she goes, you guys wouldn't believe she came in for hair and saliva test just one after the program, and she says, you wouldn't believe what I have to tell you. She says I'm pregnant no hormones now. I have no clue. No, nothing. She says, I guess my body got rid of all the toxins of all the extra hormones. I dropped all this weight. She says a now I'm pregnant. It's a really great story. But you know, we've had this happen. I would say, yeah. Half a dozen to a dozen times where you know. But she by the way, completely didn't expect it. I mean, her her and her husband fully like just you know, where settled with one child and happy and the baby's healthy. And so now she's about to have a second one. And she says I can't believe I'm going to have to lose weight again. But you know, what I think is going to happen to be honest with you. Regulator bodies more regularly probably gain she'll probably has not gained a ton of weight already. And she even said that with that with the first baby she had gained so much during the first couple of weeks and kept gaining and she said with this. She feels completely different. She feels so much healthier. And really feels good not as much nausea during the day. She really she says, it's just a whole different experience for her. She feels like herself. And it's really great and congratulations to Harn looking forward to meeting that healthy, baby. Yeah. That's that's awesome. We had Joel also I had somebody came in. And was telling me the same thing Joe came in. And she's thirty two years old. She hasn't had a regular cycle in years. She says it was she would come and go heavy bleeding for days on end. And it wouldn't then it would go for weeks than it would stop for months and completely inconsistent. And she came in and similar situation. You know, she said that. Saipem cycle, totally stopped. She's down seventeen pounds in twenty two days. Which is great. And the psycho says is she seemed like she was regulating with a cycle. She hadn't had it became in the beginning. Couple of days. No issues with it. No pain nothing like that. No, no serious symptoms that way, it seemed like that was regulated as well. So we do see this all the time when the hypothalamus your that's your main hormone control that starts regulating itself. You're going to see all the types of different hormonal issues..

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"harn" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome into memorial Hermann post game show. Everybody rockets fall tonight in Portland one ten one on one the six game winning streak is snapped rockets now twenty two and sixteen on the season Portland at twenty three and seventeen after getting the win tonight. Really the strength of the Portland lead in this game for the entirety of the second half was built on what they did at the end of the second quarter when they went on a twenty two three run to take thirteen point lead in that game. Austin rivers carried the rockets in the first half, he had seventeen at the break and the rockets. Would fight their way back into it as they are known to do with James harden getting going early in the third quarter art across the timelines straightaway. Right left back left. Then right, then back to the left hand will drop it in a little teardrop rd. That teardrop of the two point variety. Followed by the three point variety here. Harn left with the free throw line austat back. Three is up in the first three ball of the game for the beard. That cut the lead to eight and things start to get a little bit more interesting. And then it was click cappella splitting a couple of defenders for a basket. Just like that at thirteen point lead again for Portland. Here's capacity kids to blazer defenders. And he throws it down. Emphatic dunk fair cut the Portland lead to eleven and then Gerald green who had a nice second half got into the act white handrail in the paint turns lanes fadeaway ten footer front rim side glass through. Nice move and shot there for green almost as nice as the three that he hit next. We'll keep it at seventy to fifty eight with six twenty two remaining in the third. Green open straightaway. Three is on the way in. After a Damian Lillard three put them back up by sixteen harden would cut that back about three twelve. Yeah. Straightaway from twenty-five seventy seven sixty four and they kept chipping away is hard and found James Ennis for a bucket come away with his aren't looking for an incident, he'll drop it in for a nice mid court feed. Portland's half court game didn't work. The rockets did. So they were looking to get back within single digits as the third quarter came to a close. And James harden, made it happen aren't right side angle going into layman's. Get spy Lehman throws it up drops it in. Missile. So the rockets would win the third thirty one twenty seven James harden with twenty in that third quarter, and it was eighty six seventy seven trailblazers as we went to the fourth James harden on the bench to start the fourth quarter, which meant that Austin rivers went to work once again behind him to rivers three point line left right hand dribble. Drive for Austin throws it off back around in. Austin rivers now has nineteen and then Clint cappella not known as an assist guy. But a nice nice bounce pass on this play. The Gerald green gives it a cappella bouts passed a green hand Throwdown. And it's a five point game. Yep. But that five point differential was as close as the rockets would get after that Portland took another double digit lead before. Austin rivers would bring the rockets back yet again six and a half remaining in the game the sets a screen rivers floats in the lame the left hand got two more. Austin rivers has been such a valuable addition eight hundred fifty for the four he's got twenty one that'll be a rocket high. And that's what he finished with twenty one. He played.

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"harn" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"harn" Discussed on The Bio Report

"Christmas. Simply it's genetic GPS attached to a paired universities. That's basically Harn fan crisper, and you can use it to edit and insert genomes into any type of cells. However, you know, we're not using crisper exactly we're using technology Stanley invented a few years ago called Christopher interference. What he recognized was that the crisper protein can cut very efficiently. It can also target a very specific set of location in the genome eating something called the gut. Right. So he mutated protein, so you still has the what I call the genetic GPS component. But instead of a para scissor, he replace it with a on and off switch very much like the light. Switch on the walls inside your office. And with that you can deliver on us was to any location the genome, and we can turn on off jeans. Well, what what are you actually attaching to to either inhibit or activated, gene? Well, a crisper a modified crisper approaching sometimes called the well inhibit regulation on its own. But it's not very fishing. So we actually had hatched something called, a crab domain. This is transcription inhibitor to these proteins. If we want to turn off, gene. And we can turn, you know, attach something called a VP are that can activate transcription. So both an on off. Switch can be attached decals once it's tash particular sequence in genome, and those activators or inhibitors or the unique to the gene you're targeting or the used universally. They are somewhat universal though, I would say some jeans are hard to turn on and others. You know, you have to think about not just gene itself. But you know, what's the promoter? That's driving these genes and different different level of activation..

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