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"heisel" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"heisel" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

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"heisel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"heisel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bunches up in the bottom onto 1 28 in Burlington, Andrew one. That's doctor and changed all day. Both ways heavy through the Chelsea curves, lane restrictions that due to ongoing work there. David's adorning the BBC's traffic on the freeze and we go to the four day forecast for that. Q Weather's Brian Thompson. Sorry No Derek with partly cloudy skies for tonight with low 55 expected in Boston upper forties for some cooler suburbs. Early sunshine tomorrow will give way to more clouds throughout the day, and it will be warmer as well. Heisel range from 70 to 75 across the area. Mostly cloudy and McGee, then for tomorrow night with the shower in a few spots, the low 66 degrees partly sunny and warmer than on Monday, but also less humid. The high 78. Then for Tuesday, Sonny and much cooler with the hive, Just 62 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Eric Witt. W B z Boston's news radio. It's 66 degrees in Arlington, 67. Lawrence 63. Partly cloudy over Boston at 6 24. 5 24. Boston Children's Hospital is providing information about cope it on our Web site. Visit US at Boston Children's dot orc slash Co Vered 19. That's Boston Children's dot org's slash covert 19. Subaru of New England. Final Chance clearance is going on now and it's time for the water cooler. I'm Drew Mulholland at the WGC Watercooler Story of September. It seems Cove it 19 and its impact on schools. I am very concerned. This is the first time we're seeing late Children contracting the virus. Kristen.

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"heisel" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"heisel" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

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Dr. Death Pt. 2: H.H. Holmes

Serial Killers

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Death Pt. 2: H.H. Holmes

"On September. First eighteen ninety four thirty-three-year-old DR H H. Holmes visited his longtime associate. Benjamin pizer at his Philadelphia -partment home suggested they have a drink together and it didn't take long for thirty eight year. Old PILOT SOLD TO GET TIPSY. Pied sold down glass after glass. At homes encouragement once was on the verge of passing out homes seized. His moment pizer was completely helpless under his complete control. Home Smile as he reached into his pockets and pulled out a bottle of clear. Liquid Heisel tried to Murmur. Something as homes soaked. A rag in the liquid but homes paid him no mind. There was no more time for talk as he pressed the rag to pied. Cels face homes rehearsed his next moves in his mind. I the quiet release home. Stood smirking over. Pied CELS Still Corpse. It had been all too easy just like the others but there was still work to be done if he was going to collect pilot. Cels Life Insurance Policy. It would all need to look like an accident. Hi I'm Greg Paulson. This is serial killers of our cast original every Monday. We dive into the minds of madness of serial killers. Today we're continuing our exploration into the twisted mind. Dr H H Holmes One of America's first serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Serial killers for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at podcast grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do it. We love us. Know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening. It really does help last week. We discussed H H Holmes Childhood and his fondness for scamming the citizens of Chicago. We also delved into the murders of his first two victims his mistress Julia and her six year old daughter Pearl. This week will follow his killing spree as it kicks into high gear the construction of his notorious murder castle and the cross country pursuit which finally led to his arrest

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"heisel" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"heisel" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"Be in our environment arithmetically we help to calm those stressed feelings and we bring about a measure of really composure while we encourage tranquillity in quality and a balanced and centred mindset? And I think the diffusing is the one that I've had the most experience within the scent really is just so beautiful. Awful those oils come together and such a powerful way to really create that very calming relaxing atmosphere. And it's incredible. What are the the ways that we can utilize the adaptive line in everyday life? What are the ways that you've utilized it? So I will add it to diffuser with other oils that I know are century and combing I love it. With with balance I love it with a little more citrus oil. Maybe with some wild oranges and I'll add add a little bit more of Heiferman. If I need it or even frankencense it will really depend on on what I like in the moment. I love adaptive touch each for its ease of use. I've got one in my purse. I've got one in my office and I've got one in my bathroom as well. I've got a seventeen year. Old Son aim grade twelve trying to get into a very challenging engineering program. He's got it in his backpack and that made a huge difference to him at the beginning of the year ear when the stress and the immediacy of needing really high grades this year in order to get into this program that he wants was really impacting him and so he. We started putting it in his backpack for whenever he needs it. The beautiful thing about touch is that it offers a sustained delivery model. Do the fractionation coconut oil. That it's deleted breath it and it really act as an anchor to prevent the oil from flashing opposites applied so you can take the touch and apply it to your shoulders and your neck. Thank you can remember. The power of touch when refueling stressed and ask a loved one to even apply for you and rub it in. I love it on the wrists and the temples and one of the things that Desert Mangan dog teaches is to apply it down the four arms to quickly gain composure and to change perspective so I love touch in that way so the adopt two capsules really designed to work in harmony with the adoptive wildland and they help with improving cognitive function with promoting positive feelings and they really help with relieving stress and anxiousness for some people it might be something that the US on a daily basis for others. It might be something that they use when there are moments of particular stress again. referencing my seventeen year old son who just had exams last week those exams. We're four finals in some of his grade. Twelve classes that feels very challenging. When you're in that it feels like this is a do or die kind of moment and for him? Taking adoptive capsules at night. That week was really helpful for other people they might be using it more regularly. There's a lot of research search and knowledge that it went that went into the formulation of the adoptive capsules. And the three delivery methods the the drip bottle alcohol at the fifteen mel bland and and then the a touch bottle and the adoptive capsules really work in harmony beautifully together to help us find that peace and confidence. And I'M GONNA say relief when we need it most and I really appreciate the fact that there were human clinical trials that were conducted on the line that showed significant -nificant reduction in markers of stress in the body and an overall resting effect that was created in the brain. So my my doctor side of my I brain loves all of that while the Mama side of my brain loves seeing the immediate fact. That line has when it's used in harmony together Mersa. Thank you so much for sharing those tips for utilizing this line in everyday life and I hope that everyone was able to get something from that into gain a new way that they wanna try adaptive in their life. Moving forward and Marissa. We really appreciate you coming and sitting down with us and taking the time to teach about the adaptive line. You're so welcome. Thank you you again. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. If you liked what you heard today raped review and subscribe wherever you listen also if you want to try any of the products you learned about Goto Tara Dot com or find a wellness advocate near you to place place in order today.

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"heisel" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"heisel" Discussed on Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

"About. Today is how you can reduce stress an increase relaxation than your life. Welcome back to essential tall oil solutions with doe Tara. The podcast where you'll hear exciting useful and simple everyday uses for essential oils from experts in the field. If you like what you hear. I'm today rate review and subscribe wherever you listen. We always appreciate hearing from you today. We're excited to sit down with Dr Morris Heisel a chiropractor era proctor and a midwife to talk to her about using adapted to manage stress versa. Thank you so much for taking the time to sit down with us and talk about this really important topic. I know this is something that a lot of people deal with in their everyday life and we WANNA make sure that we're giving them the best resources that we can to help them manage this this summer. So why is managing stress so important first of all thank you so much for having me on. This has been a topic of huge importance to me in my professional life long before I even was new of dough. Tara was Indo Tara. You know the reality is that about two hundred sixty four million people. In North America America experienced stress on a regular basis. We know that stress Cortisol levels in our body rise. That's something that I saw regularly. Even even in my chiropractic practice I had left midwifery and gone back to Chiropractic and I was doing testing of patients and I and I had a lot of pregnant women in my practice who were showing incredibly significant signs of stress and when I dug into that a little bit one of the things that I learned is when women are extremely stressed during pregnancy they tend to give birth to children with a lower threshold for stress. meaning that it takes far less to stress those children out and at the same time I was is as I was seeing those women. I was also seeing children from a very young age. Some fairly a significant I would say symptoms and signs of being stressed even at the age of three and six and definitely once they were in school and so even before. I was Indo Tara. I was really thinking about how we can go about addressing these things because the impact so many people so significantly and that is incredible. It's really impacting in every aspect of your life every aspect of your body and what kind of effect does that have on our day to day lives as we go throughout the day. What kind of effects are we seeing being? We're seeing things like impatience avoidance procrastination. It's constant worrying what would be called catastrophes and even and what we really want to see is an adaptability based on the needs of that moment and that day so if something feels stressful we would respond to it appropriately in a healthy way and then be able to to relax and settle back down again. But in a stressed brain we really don't see that adaptability we start to see an inability ability almost to shift back into relaxation. And that definitely is something that I want to avoid. I think everyone wants to avoid. We want to have less stress. We WanNA avoid those uncomfortable. Consequences that come with stress. Those impairments that we can encounter when we have a lot of stress going on. I know one of the things that a lot of people worry about is finding natural solutions to these things. We don't WANNA add more toxins indoor body or more strain on our body by introducing unnatural solutions. So what are some natural ways we we can go about reducing stress. They are quite a few things that we can do. I mean it starts with even a little bit of physical fitness or exercise in a day and by that. I don't mean you know having to run a marathon having to go to the gym even but even walking can be extremely helpful getting back out it into nature into the the healing nature of the healing ager box you understand echoed side rounding ourselves being close to through the trees. All of that will help any form of meditation. And we're North American unless we're in certain cultures. Perhaps we're not familiar with meditation taste or it feels really challenging but wasn't really simple way into that even is breath. Follwing are breath and it doesn't have to be anything fancy it can literally be closing our eyes and breathing in slowly and breathing out slowly and really rounding ourselves feeling our feet on the floor. Our hands in our laps laps dropping our energy down in our bodies because one of the things that happens when we're stress is if you could visualize stress it would almost like a whirlwind going on in somebody's head and we need to remember that we have a body in those and breath is one of the things that really helps us with that. You know interestingly even nutrition plays plays a huge role in this there was a massive connection between gut health and brain health and if we are eating really poorly choosing a lot of processed food eating a lot of sugar. We're not going to be affecting good healthy brain chemistry in the way that we can be and so I would say getting back back to that more natural lifestyle now. One of the challenges with that though is when we're feeling really stress those things that I just described that sound like they should be simple. Polk do not feel simple all that feels really challenging the thought of getting outdoors and getting outdoors in the snow. Somebody would be like. It's too cold or Ryan trying to breathe when you're feeling super stressed is one of the things that becomes even more stressful for people. And they don't understand that if they can just stick with it for thirty a seconds it starts to shift that brainwave pattern that they're in it starts to shift that state of alarm that were in and we start to be able to get into shaft our brain chemistry and settled down but that is where we can bring in a water ridley beautiful solutions to help us. When we're we're in such a stress state that even doing simple things feels like it's too challenging? I love that point that you brought up of sometimes even these simple things face. Lisa like an insurmountable mountain and we just don't even have the energy or the capacity to do those simple things even though we know they might help us. So Oh shifting then into the essential oil side of it doe Tara has created this new adaptive line that they released last year. So what does the adoptive line do to help promote relaxation. So what I know about. His goal and developing adopted was that it was to provide tools for people to be able to manage the stress in in their lives in the moment that they're experiencing it. So it's it's when we're in that state bringing hint NAFTA USING IT opening a bottle applying it jusque ask smelling. It even helps us in that moment that were that were experiencing with stress so that we can the word use pivot so that we can hit it in that moment moment and find the tiny little opening or the space that we need in order to be able to stop to regroup to breathe to to settle into our bodies. He's again and shift out of that. State immediately. Adapted was really developed to help support our ability to return to calm and balanced state when we've been thrown off-course adaptive provides us with that that complementary or synergistic palate between both the oil blend and the capsules that we can and shoes from to really support us in a way that we most need to be supported. And you're absolutely right and like you mentioned with the adoptive line. There is the oil blend. There's the the touch roller for topical application. And there are the capsules that you can take internally which gives it a lot of that versatility and makes it work for everyone in the way that they we need mercy. Can you tell us a little bit about the oils. That are in the adaptive blend of course so adoptive oil blend has a number of really a beautiful oils in it. It's made up of wild orange which we know as that uplifting joyous oil lavender which we all know is a we know what is a comming oil copay which has such profound effect spearmint which is also uplifting Magnolia at which which I love to think of as a really hurt centered blend rosemary. NEURONAL E-I and sweet gum which is new to Tara and the beauty of all of those voices that some of them are uplifting being and some of them are coming but it helps to support. Imbalance is really whichever way that we need it. When we use adaptive either in a diffuser when when we drop a few drops of adaptive into diffuser even if we were just to open a bottle or roll it on when we diffuse adoptive or allow it to.

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Managing Stress with Adaptiv Featuring Dr. Marissa Heisel

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Managing Stress with Adaptiv Featuring Dr. Marissa Heisel

"Today. We're excited to sit down with Dr Morris Heisel a chiropractor era proctor and a midwife to talk to her about using adapted to manage stress versa. Thank you so much for taking the time to sit down with us and talk about this really important topic. I know this is something that a lot of people deal with in their everyday life and we WANNA make sure that we're giving them the best resources that we can to help them manage this this summer. So why is managing stress so important first of all thank you so much for having me on. This has been a topic of huge importance to me in my professional life long before I even was new of dough. Tara was Indo Tara. You know the reality is that about two hundred sixty four million people. In North America America experienced stress on a regular basis. We know that stress Cortisol levels in our body rise. That's something that I saw regularly. Even even in my chiropractic practice I had left midwifery and gone back to Chiropractic and I was doing testing of patients and I and I had a lot of pregnant women in my practice who were showing incredibly significant signs of stress and when I dug into that a little bit one of the things that I learned is when women are extremely stressed during pregnancy they tend to give birth to children with a lower threshold for stress. meaning that it takes far less to stress those children out and at the same time I was is as I was seeing those women. I was also seeing children from a very young age. Some fairly a significant I would say symptoms and signs of being stressed even at the age of three and six and definitely once they were in school and so even before. I was Indo Tara. I was really thinking about how we can go about addressing these things because the impact so many people so significantly and that is incredible. It's really impacting in every aspect of your life every aspect of your body and what kind of effect does that have on our day to day lives as we go throughout the day. What kind of effects are we seeing being? We're seeing things like impatience avoidance procrastination. It's constant worrying what would be called catastrophes and even and what we really want to see is an adaptability based on the needs of that moment and that day so if something feels stressful we would respond to it appropriately in a healthy way and then be able to to relax and settle back down again. But in a stressed brain we really don't see that adaptability we start to see an inability ability almost to shift back into relaxation. And that definitely is something that I want to avoid. I think everyone wants to avoid. We want to have less stress. We WanNA avoid those uncomfortable. Consequences that come with stress. Those impairments that we can encounter when we have a lot of stress going on. I know one of the things that a lot of people worry about is finding natural solutions to these things. We don't WANNA add more toxins indoor body or more strain on our body by introducing unnatural solutions. So what are some natural ways we we can go about reducing stress. They are quite a few things that we can do. I mean it starts with even a little bit of physical fitness or exercise in a day and by that. I don't mean you know having to run a marathon having to go to the gym even but even walking can be extremely helpful getting back out it into nature into the the healing nature of the healing ager box you understand echoed side rounding ourselves being close to through the trees. All of that will help any form of meditation. And we're North American unless we're in certain cultures. Perhaps we're not familiar with meditation taste or it feels really challenging but wasn't really simple way into that even is breath. Follwing are breath and it doesn't have to be anything fancy it can literally be closing our eyes and breathing in slowly and breathing out slowly and really rounding ourselves feeling our feet on the floor. Our hands in our laps laps dropping our energy down in our bodies because one of the things that happens when we're stress is if you could visualize stress it would almost like a whirlwind going on in somebody's head and we need to remember that we have a body in those and breath is one of the things that really helps us with that. You know interestingly even nutrition plays plays a huge role in this there was a massive connection between gut health and brain health and if we are eating really poorly choosing a lot of processed food eating a lot of sugar. We're not going to be affecting good healthy brain chemistry in the way that we can be and so I would say getting back back to that more natural lifestyle now. One of the challenges with that though is when we're feeling really stress those things that I just described that sound like they should be simple. Polk do not feel simple all that feels really challenging the thought of getting outdoors and getting outdoors in the snow. Somebody would be like. It's too cold or Ryan trying to breathe when you're feeling super stressed is one of the things that becomes even more stressful for people. And they don't understand that if they can just stick with it for thirty a seconds it starts to shift that brainwave pattern that they're in it starts to shift that state of alarm that were in and we start to be able to get into shaft our brain chemistry and settled down but that is where we can bring in a water ridley beautiful solutions to help us. When we're we're in such a stress state that even doing simple things feels like it's too challenging? I love that point that you brought up of sometimes even these simple things face. Lisa like an insurmountable mountain and we just don't even have the energy or the capacity to do those simple things even though we know they might help us. So Oh shifting then into the essential oil side of it doe Tara has created this new adaptive line that they released last year. So what does the adoptive line do to help promote relaxation. So what I know about. His goal and developing adopted was that it was to provide tools for people to be able to manage the stress in in their lives in the moment that they're experiencing it. So it's it's when we're in that state bringing hint NAFTA USING IT opening a bottle applying it jusque ask smelling. It even helps us in that moment that were that were experiencing with stress so that we can the word use pivot so that we can hit it in that moment moment and find the tiny little opening or the space that we need in order to be able to stop to regroup to breathe to to settle into our bodies. He's again and shift out of that. State immediately. Adapted was really developed to help support our ability to return to calm and balanced state when we've been thrown off-course adaptive provides us with that that complementary or synergistic palate between both the oil blend and the capsules that we can and shoes from to really support us in a way that we most need to be supported. And you're absolutely right and like you mentioned with the adoptive line. There is the oil blend. There's the the touch roller for topical application. And there are the capsules that you can take internally which gives it a lot of that versatility and makes it work for everyone in the way that they we need mercy. Can you tell us a little bit about the oils. That are in the adaptive blend of course so adoptive oil blend has a number of really a beautiful oils in it. It's made up of wild orange which we know as that uplifting joyous oil lavender which we all know is a we know what is a comming oil copay which has such profound effect spearmint which is also uplifting Magnolia at which which I love to think of as a really hurt centered blend rosemary. NEURONAL E-I and sweet gum which is new to Tara and the beauty of all of those voices that some of them are uplifting being and some of them are coming but it helps to support. Imbalance is really whichever way that we need

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Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

Pants On Fire

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

"To pants on. Fire the game show where kids choose between the clean and strong Enamel Komo of truth. And the Media Rosen of lies. I'm your host Deborah Goldstein and in the studio today is our sound Effects Robot Lisa which fans live in studio audience to multiple the total fooled by three. Why are you doing math? I just introduced you. Yes I know live and Studio Yada Yada Yada. I am busy calculating how many vacation days I've earned so I can take a trip to Nigeria to meet my new friend of the prince. Wait a minute would you say I've earned three weeks vacation days. I need lots of time off. The prince wants to show in his palace in his private yacht and his chocolate factory. I promise you'll be able to take lots of vacation but you may not want to go to Nigeria. After we have a little talk about scammers ars so in the meantime don't put any flights and please just tell us how our game works. Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other UH wait for it. You're going to be scared. You're going to be confused a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was soon because no one can spot. What a liar better than a kid? We are lying about teeth hard. Bony structures in the jaw that humans used for chewing and animals animals also use as weapons Lisa. How're robot teeth made? I'm glad you asked robot. Teeth are made from carefully carved coursing and they are programmed to grow until they fall out and then we leave our baby robot teeth under our pillows for the robot tooth fairy. WHO takes our teeth in exchange for a shiny China transistor? Wow that's kinda like humans except we usually get treated or cash in exchange for our baby teeth super weird. You don't get transistors no we. We don't don't get we don't think so. We're going to find out more about teeth in a little bit but first why don't you introduce. Our contestants are human child contest. I is an eight year old. WHO LOVES MOROCCAN COOKIES WITH MINT? Tea Zohar Tar Hara. Welcome to tire I are you. Are you good good. I am well. Thank you for asking that so polite. So I understand from the introduction that you like Moroccan cookies. What a Moroccan cookies tastes like? They're kind of plain. But then when you have them with minty taste really good because you get to diplocay thin the not so you would recommend that combination. We should probably take twenty or thirty minute break and a bunch of cookies. I thought you were going to say we should go to Morocco. Oh So oh you know what I have to go to Nigeria Morocco's nearby no definitely not We want to know more fun. Facts about user Hara okay. But we're going to do do it with a game that we call to truth and ally. Are you ready. You're gonNA tell three facts but two of those facts are going to be true and one is going to be a lie and we you have to guess which one is the lie okay. Let's see how good she is at this all right so hot. Tell us your three facts. I lived in Mexico Co for months for one I have three dogs and I've swing in a slide in my room in your bedroom. Okay WanNa believe that. You're the playground in your room but it does seem unlikely. So what do you think. I just don't think that anyone would need dogs. Three's too many because the one dog like I love you feel emotionally interesting logic. Alright Zohar which one of those spags is a lie. I don't have played on because of dog wouldn't know how to feel note. That is not. Why do you have any dogs? No you don't have any any dogs only to have. The dog died this year. I'm so sorry to hear that last year. What was your dog's name not Moti? I'm sorry to hear about Moti but if you're out there watching from above moti this shows for you so Zohar out. We're about to start a game. But what do you know about teeth. Do you have any yes S.. Do you know a lot about teeth a little bit. Yeah just a little. Do you brush your teeth. You Hug your teeth now. Say It's important to hug your teeth. Who says that the tiny dentists? I got a tiny dentists and go in your mouth and hugs not no. I don't think that's true. You can find them in tiny any dentist dot com. Our first expert is Dr Natasha Matthias. Please introduce yourself Heisel Hi Sahara. My Name is Dr Natasha Matthias and I am a dentist for kids. Thank you TASHA. Let's meet our second expert. Dr Benjamin Engine Circus Benjamin. Please use yourself Heizo Hara. I'm Ben or Dr Ben I'm an orthodontist and I'm here to answer any questions you I love. Thank you very much shuts. It sounds like you've been brushing up on your sound files lease that same file as always but okay. Okay okay thank you. Yes that's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer questions. Lisa who should we put on the hot seat. I Dr. You're Benjamin Circus. Because he likes to party does He. Yeah I mean his first name has been jamming. He's been Jaman and I'm sure he's never heard that before or Zohar. What is your first question for? Dr Ben what's the hardest part of your job. That's a great question and I think the hardest part of my job is that people don't like coming into my office. Oh it's probably because all the mouth pain no I think that's a pretty big misconception. As an orthodontist what I like to do is try and make people comfortable with the process because most of what we're doing is trying to help ensure for it could hurt sometimes and sometimes it may not feel the best but we want people to enjoy their smile when they leave so for us. It's really important. Wouldn't that you actually like coming in so for me. It's hard that people are afraid of the dentist or afraid of going to their orthodontist. Yeah that would be difficult to have a job where people are afraid of you unless issue like people to be afraid of you right Lisa you have that job. I'm pretty new dimmer. No you are not. Don't tell people that poking me okay so hard you have another question yet on. This is for both of them actually okay. What our teeth made of dreams? So t the made of very hard calcified material almost similar to your bones there are several ever layers in your teeth. The hardest layers on the outside and that's called in a mall and that is the only part of your body that Khan freely repair itself. Your bone can repair itself the next layer within that the Denton database itself as well and then the very inside site. The core of your tooth is what most people call the root canal. Adad is where the blood and the nerve lies though if that is in some way affected affected. That's when you get a toothache can be most of what doctrines Tasha said is true but actually isn't the hardest layer of if your teeth. It's actually one of the softest see part of the reason. Animal can't repair itself as well. Rested twos is made out of calcified bone and you have a calcium based the enamel layer actually has an arrogant bay. So that's a little bit harder to repair but it's a softer material sting. All right right so hard. You have some more questions this Dr Ban Have you ever been bitten or like her at work or something. I have many times. surreally these kids. No that's not true so I wish I could say that I hadn't but unfortunately I have had some pretty Negative experiences so part of my job as an orthodontist is to put braces on people right. You know have braces. Yeah and when you do that a lot of time before you put the braces on you have to take a mold of the patient's mouth so that you can make sure you outfit. The braces the best way possible and that mold is basically putting silly putty in your mouth and so sometimes different patients don't like the procedure which is called an opt to Laka uh-huh and when you put the mold in their mouth they might gag or by or not feel

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 Ex-Florida player charged with murder in wife's 2016 death

AM Tampa Bay

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-Florida player charged with murder in wife's 2016 death

"A former Florida Gators football player is charged with the murder of his wife. Heisel Obando is found dead in Fort Myers on Valentine's Day of twenty sixteen. Her death was ruled a homicide two months after her body was found, but it wasn't until Saturday at thirty three year old Tony joiner was arrested. It's unclear what led to the charges three years later. The Joyner was arrested twice for beating Obando during

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"heisel" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Were you Jane Gibbons and west Heisel tin, and they ran this mine on the NATO number to slip? This is one of the few remaining minds in the area, that was open that these independent companies go in, and try and pull call out of. So this had been dormant for years, the last time, someone was in those nineteen fifty six but the guys felt that the mine was siphoned off. They felt that it was up to at least their standards. But the other thing was that just didn't have any other opportunities. There was no other. Jobs, those no other positions vacant, you know, fa- mining where they were, and I felt that they could turn a little bit of profit out of this place if they pulled out an off call every day. But it meant they had to work awfully twelve forty now shifts every single day to make it work. So this slope when they started working at it was successful I get ended up getting them in income. They want rich by any means. But the wise mind it was playing its way. Exactly. So more details in his mind NATO slope number two. It's a single entry mind. Only one way in one way out, and they would use three or four men crews full the operation and one of those men would actually stay on the surface, and he would receive a call from the buggy that sent up on the tracks out of the mine. So it was choosed a Olga thirteenth nineteen sixty three and the tain goes in about seven AM. They go in for their long twelve hour shift. Shift this. Hank, thrown David felon, and Louis Bova. They descend into the mine. George Walker was part of the team, but he stayed on the surface to receive the call buggy and yeah. Basically that would go down to the mind. They'll fill the Bucky with call Senate up on the tracks or cooed empty it, send the buggy back down. But maxim that, that day Walker who was on the surface..

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"heisel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We'll see a lot of sunshine with partly to mostly sunny skies throughout a good portion of this afternoon. Twenty nine degrees to start off this morning by your lunch hour, we should climb to forty four degrees. In the near fifty. What's a lot of folks are wrapping up their day today. Everybody in the twenty s so to start off this morning. So any four in Lafayette twenty nine in Indianapolis right now in twenty-six down in Bloomington future. Craft stays mainly quiet for this morning. So for the morning commute really know whether hiccup hiccups a really all you'll need just a couple of extra layers in the sunglasses because we are looking at mostly sunny skies to take us through this morning and into early afternoon. Your lunch hour will be great. So get out and enjoy the nice weather while we have it. And then once you wrapping up your day today. Still mostly sunny skies and quiet on the way home from work later on tonight. We'll see a few clouds here and there, but we're going to hold off on the preset for tonight and save that throughout late morning early afternoon. Tomorrow tonight separators will dip into the mid thirties. Tomorrow morning. We start off mainly dry must most of the radar though. We'll see a lot of cloud cover. That's not the case right now satellite. Radar. Staying quiet. We have rain showers now in Kansas, a mixture of rain and snow in Nebraska starting to make its way over into Missouri. And that's headed in our direction. Increasing our chances for rain showers during the day tomorrow, we'll start off with future cast at around seven o'clock. When a lot of folks are hitting the roadways northwest, Indiana might pick up on a stray shower too. And then a better chance of showers roles in closer to noon, so scattered fairly light nature. This is not going to cause huge issues for anybody during the afternoon more of an inconvenience, but you'll still need an umbrella. If you have any plans to take you outside during the afternoon hours, eight o'clock already being far eastern, Indiana should be out of here before midnight with partly to mostly cloudy skies, taking us through the overnight hours, and it is not going to give us impressive rainfall amounts in fact, upwards of around I think around a quarter of an insurer. Lot of locations tomorrow. But it is going to cool us down just a little bit with highs in the upper forties. The few of us breaking into the lower fifties. Just south of us fifty in Shelbyville and fifty two and Columbus expect to see a mixture of some sun and clouds during the mornings, I the morning hour tomorrow. I think mainly cloud cover and to start off the later part of the afternoon with showers increase. During the day. Tomorrow are Heisel struggles since we are seeing some rainshowers, but luckily by Thursday should be out of here. Mostly cloudy skies. Start off the morning hours. Come thursday. We're not going to see any added precipitation on top of the the rain. We see on one stain fat cloud cover should gradually decrease throughout the day on Thursday. That's going gonna lead us into a pretty decent Friday afternoon. And our temperatures are going to continue to climb through the fifties. When to wrapping up our workweek, so fifty degrees come Thursday Friday, high of fifty three mid-fifties by Saturday and then for this upcoming weekend by Sunday, we should be tickling the sixty degree Mark Chapman heating and cooling eighth day. Forecasts a fairly quiet stretch of weather aside from the fact that we see the chance of some afternoon showers come Wednesday. We finally welcoming spring come Wednesday afternoon by Thursday will clear out the rain showers. Temperatures climbing toward sixty degrees by this upcoming Sunday conditions.

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"heisel" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Get Up!

"Heisel would brings excitement to this. Like, nobody else. He's on the course right now, he has even par. He just started. Today's played one Holden part that I'm told the plays very slow out there this morning. And so we will see you seeking Bradley's up to a good start already today. If I remember serves he'd be two under there through three holes. If I have that. Right. And then I got a little candy for this yesterday as well. Or last gate you ever have this moment. This is Ryan more again, one of the most famous holes in the world the par-three seventeen. This thing's going to go win so fast. Even see who that thing. One in hit the flag right hit the flag. Drop dot greenie never had a hole in want me. Neither tell people I do all the time that I've never had one. I as you see there thick and goes in. It's a remarkable moment. I've been in a group where one was made I've never made one my par-three to have a hole in one on that. The absolute best one great day still to come Mike may ten minutes away from the raiders. How'd you get Antonio Brown out of Pittsburgh and give up so little we'll ask and? Is back and better than ever. If you didn't see what's ion did last night and his return. You're not gonna believe it. Stephen a ways in as we can tell you. You're watching get up on ESPN. View japa- were coming your way here on get up including Mike Mayock general manager of the Oakland Raiders may have been the busiest team in NFL free agency this past week. He joins us live to explain how they did all they did. And then Stephen a Smith weighs in on the return of Zion..

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"heisel" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"You're not the same. I also have a pickle story. Yes. Spending the night at my friend's house all on AOL today. The dial up and everything so it's pick Ryan the Jews. Yes. So we were all for some reason having grape juice, and I just had a brilliant idea. 'cause I just saw the jar of pickle Ryan. Refill? Yes. So I wouldn't like stupid. Tracking. Fucking anything. It up just a little bit of the the grave just to change. Grits spoiled. And then he just like projectile. And I was done. I meant that about like very rarely in adult life. Do you get together with all your girlfriend and just fucking troll each other? He's dead as your kid. It was fun. Guys are the same way to right. We grow out of. Yeah. But you don't have sleepovers anymore. Hey, we have some modern day sleep pass out over over. Very house over drinking. One come over for blackout part of the. I darling because you've been modeling while I wanted to know how you think the industry's change from. When you started to him Instagram was not a thing when I like when we started book. Really? Yes. So is just kind of like you actually get booked if they like your photos on their website. Yeah. I noticed that your profile well-meaning has linked to your account and Heisel following list. Sing crazy like decreasing followers, by the way. I don't know. I'm like, whatever. I don't care. What do I gotta do post a half nipple? It's not happening areola. You're gonna get the fuck out areola ten thousand. But like change so much. So it's like, I mean, it's given a lot of opportunity for girls that are were probably a little bit shorter and have a huge following with a blog or something like that. So that's really amazing that it's given that opportunity. So that's really a big change that you can kind of get into it in a more certain wines wanna see that too. Like, I remember when to target casting like years ago, and they wanted to know how many followers we had and I'm like do. Target. Like, you're not a little boutique, you don't need the followers. Why do you need? Yeah. And also, you're going to tag me in oppose can meet. I would love target tag doesn't. Crazies is. It is weird that they like what they're going to pay you off of her like your sense of worth. And that can be purchased. We've talked about in our pod before. Like, yeah. I don't understand like when we have meaning soon people like what you're followership. I'm like loyal. Totally and you proud of it too. Because like I haven't purchased just makes you I mean, I don't care if they're dropping off the face of the earth. I didn't buy them. So. Eating real people about everyone. Most telling me, they actually have some sort of like program that you can see if they've purchased like, sir. Like girls are going to get out. But you're here sponsoring post. Three percents. Traffic comes on a Russia. And then. And then. Do. Speaking of your Instagram the way, you use your Instagram account is different. I think than the way a lot of people in internet are in entertainment, and fashion. Do it's not super personal..

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"heisel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Rick new Heisel lane kiffin is gonna join us a little bit later on a Jay Bilas wants to weigh in on a few things. He's all fired up sending fritzy's. Some text messages bills will join us coming up at the top of the hour. Your phone calls are welcome eight seven seven three DP show and Email address DP at Dan Patrick dot com. Yes, paulie, we were discussing the option what if our freshmen sophomores could enter the names in the draft, and they still have to do three years of college football. But that team would hold their rights and. Pay them in some type of trust. David Robinson out of navy was drafted in one thousand nine hundred seven number one pick in the draft. He didn't start his career until two years later when he finished his service, I'm guessing, and I don't know that that money went somewhere you got a contract for those two years the held for him or given to him. What about Roger starbuck, I think it's the same deal? But they Robinson's is a perfect example number one overall pick and the Spurs way to two years and their patient. But the Celtics drafted Larry Bird did did get paid that year that final year that he played college basketball when the check, but he he went back to Nina state and the held his rights. That would be really fascinating, though, if teams could. But imagine somebody's using the first round draft pick on Christian hackenberg after his freshman year. Penn State, right? Also, you're paying Trevor Lawrence. His first two years of the NFL not play for you. So you would have to put money let's say was a trust. But if you had the number one you take Trevor Lawrence, but does he then get second year money his second year in college under the contract? So he would get his sophomore year, you get rookie money and then the second year, so you would speed up the process of getting to your next contract. And the the NFL wouldn't be happy with that. Because you'd be playing two years in college come out your third year. All of a sudden, you know, the team gets you and you're gonna spend but three years under that rookie contract. And then all of a sudden you're in line for big contract. Yeah. Mclovin. I think the NFL would unleash an unprecedented amount of lawyers. They had a free minor league. It's a great deal. Yes. Yes. Now, we were just curious that if you could do that would teams how high would Trevor Lawrence go in this year's draft. If you could draft him now, but you don't get him for two more years. Couple of tweets. Sad fact for Redskins fans. Matt leflore Kyle Shanahan in Sean McVay all on the offensive staff at the same time with Washington. How? Scott Carpi one poll question if you could drive Trevor Lawrence now or get Dwayne Haskins in Nick Bosa together, which option would you take? And Joey Bosa throwing buzzed city. Twelve good karma for Daboh. He led Kelly Bryant. No, he wasn't going to start in time to transfer. That was classic could have been selfish held him as his starter until held onto him until it was too late for him. Congratulations. Daboh Adam LeBlanc tweets, Clemson one. Thirteen to fifteen games this season by twenty or more points, including both playoff victories. Best college team ever thought. You know, when you're going to throw that label of best college team ever, it's kind of generational because you can go back to Oklahoma teams or Nebraska teams university of Miami. There's quite a few teams that come up. I will say this when I say Alabama football under Nick Sabin. There are probably three or four games that come up, and they're all losses. Right. The Cam Newton comeback that was thanksgiving weekend. Auburn and Alabama. The kick six Chris Davis Auber last night loss against Clemson. And then the loss against Clemson went hunter Renfro into Shawn Watson because they don't lose. We remember their losses. You don't remember Alabama's victories? Nick in Los Angeles, high neck when you have four minutes. Hey, dan. Fifty..

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"heisel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News. WCBS baltimore. Approaching cold front and developing area of low pressure. Bring some wet weather to begin the work week. Expect high temperatures remain below average through Tuesday lot scars overnight lows. Mid thirties. Could see some opportunities on the suburbs will pick it Monday progresses. Chance of rain late. Highs near fifty better chance of rain Monday night through the first half, Tuesday, Tuesday's Heisel fifties. Mostly sunny, colder on Wednesday, high struggle, low forties. I'm tied work Weather Channel. Talkradio six eighty WCBS broadcasting from the WCBS safe retirement solutions studios called Rodber ROY Moore one zero two six six eleven twenty. Save for retirement solutions dot com shot and Frank show is presented by Perry. Hall heating and air conditioning each weekday morning from five till nine. There are so many reasons to call Perry hall heating and air conditioning. What's your reason? Call for ten to five six seven two eight five or Perry. Hall heating dot com. Talk to Jimmy church. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one.

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"heisel" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Manafort convicted on eight counts, you have his console Jerry at the Trump organization Heisel Berg wisenberg, which is the biggest news of the of the summer as far as I'm concerned that guy knows where all the bodies are buried really is about what I'm telling you is karma is draining. The swamp is gonna happen. You just have to keep on fighting at get twenty people to agree to go vote. Yeah. I was saying earlier in the show that the sign to me is did you see the people behind him at that rally? Despite the fact, they're paid half of them looked bored and irritated and they kept switching people out behind him. I mean, yeah, I mean. That was anybody's relative. You would have them. You know, they have them in a in a facility by the end of the day. If you if you know what you're saying that can you imagine working the door at its rally now. No, no, you're black. You don't get the magazine you get the blacks for Trump signed go stand behind a camera. Okay. Now. I mean, it's so staged it's more. It's more choreographed at a civil war reenactments. And again, it's just a sign that like he's going back to the well doing what works in years ago, but it's not working any more. You can be fascist with only forty percents of the population. But what's most stark about this is that we clearly see that's up. It's only only only playing for the base, and it's going to be really fascinating see how well this works out. A honestly the bad guys. Here are not the haters who are going to hate the bad guys are still the forty six percent who stayed home and have high turn out. Started voting America would be America. There's only one way to save America. John. And you know, what that is? That is to buy tickets to sexy, liberal tour are only sexy liberal cause for this tour is getting out the vote we will be announcing who were working with on that. But that's it. It's the Blue Wave to tour for a reason, John that's the whole reason we're doing three dates, and it really is just so important that we all do everything we can write to get everybody registered get everybody. ID's? You're absolutely right. We we just be as Malcolm Nance says this is we have a how many days to the end of democracy, if we don't do this. Yeah. I mean, again, it's like this is about democracy. Malcolm's book is all about it and democracy is what they've always hated. They've never aided liberals. It's always been.

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"heisel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is actually, doing an amazing out there on, Amazon and on my website you can. Get an autograph copy on my website but if you want it sooner you go to Amazon and. Get it I've actually gotten a meeting response from, ladies and gentlemen. Who say that it really, opened their eyes so a lot of things with the Justice system So it's been quite, a journey already just in the last week since I've reviews release the book now Janice. Widmer he professes his innocence he says it has, to do with this genetic disorder, that his wife had you know how. How come wasn't that brought out more how come more attention why why does defense team not try. To hammer that end of it during the trial Well. Actually there some of the things about his wife's possible conditions we're definitely discussed however there was no, testing done he actually her family asked him to make the decision as, her, husband how to handle her. You know final arrangements and he. Decided to, have her cremated 'cause they never discussed it he thought well if if it were to happen to me that's what I would want. But now, we're in a situation where the only remaining DNA is in the custody. Of the authorities and the, defense has been fighting. Over trying to get that to. Say hey leaflets fill in that blank let's see if she did have I mean it is kind. Of interesting and. Very bizarre that one. Person would have all of the traits that could be associated with genetic disorder, for example she, had a cleft palate which was repaired? When she was a? Child? Her ears are low set a small lower jaw you can see a picture of Her in my book it's really pretty obvious these ears in the job problem and. Then I, discovered this document that talked about she was supposedly walking oddly the night. She died and I've talked, to at, least two. People who observed her doing that Walking on her. Tiptoes and from what I've been able to find out is that could actually be a sign of some type of a neurological condition or this one genetic disorder that a lot of people, wondered about, so I don't take a position, in the book I really just tried to that out, the facts and also to show the very real effects on. So many people's lives ranging from just. Ordinary. Folks who were. Watching TV and and. Become you know supporters that are full Ryan. Windbreaker you know supporters and you. Know to his family members you? Know everybody that, I could get to talk to me I listened to. Janice Heisel guessing Janice okay you gone through you've written the book you've. Gone through your, at all three trials you've talked to the guy himself what what do you think So you don't come out, in the, book and say it but personally, you have to have a gut on did this guy, do it or not well I gotta tell you my opinion. Had has changed shifted various times throughout. The. Years I don't. Want to I would. Like the readers to make up their mind. Based on my findings and I. Hope you can respect that Oh that's And I, feel, like oh this is what I will say that I tried to answer as many unanswered questions as, I can and I did show in some of. Those blanks, but I I think there are still a lot more you would think after three trials and all this time, that they're, you know every it'd be, crossing dotted but that's not. The, case unfortunately, here Janice this has net flicks docu series. All over have you been approached? Anybody, seriously Murder deal. And all that they know dateline A lot of, people have dated that same thing to. Me but I so far haven't heard anything I actually just been busy. Trying to get the book done in being I'll get it in people's. Hands and respond to the demand. For it, it's it's really. Been pretty amazing so no not so far but I do plan to do maybe. A podcast about it and or an. Audio so. Look for that in the future all. Right, with that Janice will let you go, again people, can find the book where Amazon of. Course and at the submerged book dot com they can find out more about me and my background..

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Mike Pompeo calls counterparts in Japan and South Korea to brief them on Trump-Kim summit

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Mike Pompeo calls counterparts in Japan and South Korea to brief them on Trump-Kim summit

"The news ninety six point five wdbo app secretary of state mike pompeo meeting with his south korean japanese counterparts in seoul discussing the agreement signed by president trump and kim jong hoon the americans want to make sure that the chinese don't shield north korea from from inspectors if you like there's a lot of fair that perhaps the north koreans could send over there nukes into china kind of insurance policy so much comparably making sure that everybody is on the same page here and they're all working towards denuclearization that's reporter james longman in south korea tony today is all about the stars and stripes flag day started back in eighteen eighty five by a schoolteacher and it became official in nineteen forty nine when president truman signed it as an act of congress designating june and fourteenth each year as national flag day oh man i didn't realize that at three in the morning what am i flag shirt all right good morning happy flag day five five at news ninety six point five wdbo view heading out for the early ride ed torrence is checking it out but first a quick look at the thursday forecast hot and humid again today heisel top hat or a ninety two degrees all of that fifty percent chance of the afternoon and evening storms some of those could be strong tonight partly cloudy down to seventy four tomorrow ninety s and another fifty percent chance of those storms developing from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields seventyseven orlando international airport seventy five here at news ninety six point five wdbo still pretty quiet across central florida still picking up some cones and barricades i would imagine on the roadways we head over to the safetouch security triple team traffic center say good morning to ed torrence good morning tony like you said they are picking up cones of one area you're still gonna find those codes on the roadway though i four eastbound just after four thirty four you got two left lanes blocked in the area and got a tougher the brakes through the area i four.

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"heisel" Discussed on X96

X96

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on X96

"The rocks are one small part of the district's overall security plan throwing is more effective than just crawling under the desk and waiting and it gives students and teachers a chance to defend themselves he said so you're going to get so next school year you're going to get your list of school supply you have to get number two pencils you have to get the paper and a notebook and and ten rock you just have to be familiar with where the rocks are kept because the buckets rocks are kept in the classroom closet well that's not gonna help they have to be if they're effective it's the same thing with a gun if a gun is going to be effective you gotta have it handy all right we're gonna have a fight here at you get a gun he gets a bucket iraq's go one one parent said why l at this point we have to get creative we have to protect your kids first and foremost throwing rocks it's an option say jim hey seed boehner candidate this no real story by shit is bills using funny names but it's a real story on his the the superintendents name was not clem david heisel is but it might as well be clinton cadiddlehopper look help on clem cadiddlehopper boater candidate number two he lacked proper parental judgment instagram video showing a father completing a bungee swing jump while holding his two year old daughter god is the subject of a series of serious flack on wine hell in the footage reta ruslana malaysian reality star he's shown standing on a bridge equality kuba barroux he patches two year old daughter on the back reassuringly as a man yells three to one and suddenly the perez lifted backwards off the bridge and the little girl called malcolm kayla clasps onto her father's shoulders instinctively as they drop one hundred ninety six feet into the gorge billow idiot now michaela's father argues she was wearing a safety harness and correct gear but she did not have a helmet he did the adventure company responsible renters adventures also shared a video with a caption every girl may not be queen to her husband but she is always a princess to her father i don't know in response to the.

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"heisel" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You're listening to next question its dan patrick ondemand thank you perry is joined by the daynet spur their triumphant bids twenty two stand patched raw we're back i don't know for better than ever but happy new year ready to go all fired up everybody relaxed good vacation lots to talk about as we head into 2018 rick new heisel cbs sports college football endless joe inches in about fifteen minutes talk about a variety of things including yesterday and last night's games also rick knows is much about college quarterbacks and how the affair in the nfl used to be a quarterbacks coach in the nfl so interested to get his perspective on what he's seen so far from these quarterbacks those who did play in the ballgame sale josh allen look great sam darnell looked okay baker mayfield i thought had a good game not a great game and josh rosen not playing so we'll talk to him about what he thinks the cleveland browns will do and knowing the cleveland browns let's take the guy we know probably least about and that he's the most risk and that he got hurt their shearer did have a good ballgame in john shown and your plan in substandard competition let's take him number one overall josh shown sowa what kurt warner those two things to about quarterbacking he'll join us we'll talk about the playoffs and any surprises that he sees it is blake portals playing for his job and his future in jacksonville this first playoff game diving into that with the kurt warner coming up adam schefter from the mothership on all the coaching changes vacancies you've got six so far in probably at least one or two more that could be hinging on what candidates are available cincinnati bengals with marvin lewis so few things to talk to to you about he'll join us in the final hour it was george in oklahoma great rose bowl overtime doubleovertime alabama handles clemson so that sets up the sec title game here's my big issue with what we have with the final four because with the final four you wanted to have.

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"heisel" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"So the nc aa that's the national collegiate athletic association made a decision the only way to stop this guy was to get rid of the thing he did best the slamdunk in nineteen sixty seven they banned the dunk and for ten years there's no dunking in college basketball luo sender a cream abdul jabbar was not happy about this in fact he explicitly said that the only reason for the ban was because they were scared that black eyes like him we're gonna take over the game although he use much stronger words regardless the slamdunk was done and college basketball was sent back in time for ten years basketball was in a bad place the in the'double a administrators had made in arguably racists decision to ban the slamdunk meanwhile in the professional league the nba players could still dog but fans were losing interest here's andrew heisel again this is for the nba considered like the low point of the league thorough all of these pieces written about how the game is dying and nobody wants to watch and there's all these questions about why naismith original accidental design decision to put the basket at ten feet had inadvertently given us this beautiful an exciting slam dunk but it had also caused the professional game to revolve too much around these super tall players the game had gotten jammed up around the net people weren't passing his much they just hand the ball to the giant guy and he'd stand under the basket trying to put it in.

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"heisel" Discussed on Dunkumentaries

Dunkumentaries

01:54 min | 5 years ago

"heisel" Discussed on Dunkumentaries

"And for ten years there's no dunking in college basketball lew alcindor aka kareem abduljabbar was not happy about this in fact he explicitly said that the only reason for the ban was because they were scared that black eyes like him we're gonna take over the game although he used much stronger words regardless the slamdunk was done and college basketball was sent back in time for ten years basketball was in a bad place the in the'double a administrators had made and arguably racists decision to ban the slam dunk meanwhile in the nba players could still dunk but fans were losing interest here's andrew heisel again this is for the nba considered like the low point of the league thorough all of these pieces written about how the game is dying and nobody wants to watch it and there's all these key questions about why naismith original accidental design decision to put the basket at ten feet had inadvertently given us this beautiful an exciting slam dunk but it had also caused the professional game to revolve too much around these super tall players the game had got jammed up around the net people weren't passing as much they just hand the ball to the giant guy and he'd stand under the basket trying to put it in this had the effect of slowing down the play and that slowness was draining the game of its excitement thus cueball needed a design solution people suggested a lot of fixes no backboard convicts backborne a smaller basket a bigger ball a smaller ball i know scoring zone around the basket and even a height cabin another group of coaches called for the hoop to be raised to twelve feet none of those changes caught on and then this guy comes along those people who take a look.

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