18 Burst results for "Hemans"

"hemans" Discussed on Tales of an ordinary girl

Tales of an ordinary girl

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"hemans" Discussed on Tales of an ordinary girl

"She was gathering all the courage to confess to him but mississippi charlene bullpen. I knew that she that. I'm being considered for it. Only j bailey without yet. But i wanted to talk to you about this. I like she is a very nice girl. But you know right. I don't take us to on madurai. Need your opinion on this after. You're my best friend. I feel we could make a good bit me. And ria compatibility chibe as which is i know her but since she's still you know her better so what do you think. Am i good enough for her. That's it the unsaid feelings of flashy jemaine than sit that moment. She understood that it's too late for everything. Once again. Good stable by could be that she was a very simple and pure hearted goal. She didn't misguide him just because she had feelings for him. She understood that. He was willing to maddy dea and wanted her opinion on this. After the entire discussion charlene company reacted to the situation and said he needs time to think and in two days it was instruments said now of course umbrella or they'll see his turkey ryoko charlene said chandler gun hemans. She kept all her emotions aside on to start for sisters happiness with broken heart. She decided to move.

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"hemans" Discussed on The DeadEndRoad Show

The DeadEndRoad Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on The DeadEndRoad Show

"Like go and hang out watch like a town hall but i appreciate it though is like you know trying to get good messages out going to have these children like f- lossing. I have a dream. What is this. I mean i would hope that the song clapping replaces any hemans. I'm hoping you can't just like spam he during the whole thing i don't i don't know i don't know because that's just what they did in the in the video the promo video okay. Yeah to hype up the hype up the martin luther king drop. Oh so that's like a curated thing so it's probably anything goes when she gave in there probably like i didn't i didn't see any weapon so i think they took away the weapons. Yes yes but like this is this is weird. This is weird style. It is weird. I think it's trending on twitter. I have to see what they said. Like the little explainer a home. The poor sap that has to right okay. The announcement of martin luther king junior experience in fortnight creative titled march through time has prompted some discussion. I almost want him. I almost want to be like we just like 'cause recording and just jump on. Oh god oh my god. Yeah i mean it's it's a nice. It's a nice thing is a cool thing is it really seems hinges of it. What what what. What is the intention too. so you know. I don't know what they're intending. I mean it's martin luther king. It's you know what we know. Why wouldn't you wanna have martin. Luther king giving a speech. You don't need to have like. I don't know i'm just surprised that this is like i assumed when i saw this at this was something that they did a while back quarterback for people miss it because there was no fairy miss anybody. That wasn't there because.

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"hemans" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"No one could find them so they're probably gone. It was possible they'll turn up again. The reason they might be from the same dinosaur is because the bones were found by the same person in roughly the same place and they look like they're from the same group but it's totally different bones so you can't tell yet and we don't have documentation of exactly where they were found. We don't have like all right so you don't know if it's the same specimen even. Yeah you might not know even if they were found close together because there are so many missing other bones unless found really really close then you might assume it but in this case we really just don't now especially because there's no overlapping material and as part of a foot and part of a john mack. Sula they're very far apart and then of course the fact that both specimens are gone. Certainly doesn't help either. You can't compare the rock itself or doing a chemical analysis but even though we don't have the original fossil's it does help to fill in some details about logging a and also supports that idea that maybe they were fish eaters potentially semi-aquatic. They suggest that people might be able to compare some of these bones of different women didn't loggins to some of the wading birds and try to piece together. Just how semi aquatic they are. I hope that happens. I love a good semi-aquatic dinosaur metoo is amazing to think that with all the crazy creatures in the mesozoic waters the dinosaurs ever ventured into it. I would no way. I don't like going in the senate zoellick oceans because i feel like there's too many sharks and things that can attack me with the mesozoic waters. Were a whole other ballgame true especially when it comes to things that eat land creatures hemans are not the best swimmers he poop ira at a minimum was a much better adapted swimmer than humans are just the fact that they have that sort of horizontal position where you could raise the head out of the wop rather than are weird like face goes straight down when we swim not that great we can move our heads to the side really quick wanna give you a reminder about our patriae on page many of you have already joined our patriotic and we really appreciate that because it is the main way we keep the podcast on a weekly basis and it gives us a lot of motivation and especially for me going into the discord server and seeing people talk about dinosaurs gets me pumped and ready to prepare notes. Give me a lot of great ideas. It's a wonderful place to go. So i highly recommend joined. That can and one last thing i want to note. Is that our top tier. The spinosaurus here currently has the reward after your a member for three months. You get a medal print of sabrina art. But that's going be going away very soon probably in about three months. So if you want a metal print of bernez paris orifice parade. Which i think is fantastic. Make sure that you join at the spinosaurus level berry soon and if you want that metal print also make sure you put your mailing address in with your patriots profile because otherwise it will say this patron has opted out of physical rewards and we have nowhere to mail it to. Yeah so he can do all that patriot. Dot com slash. I know dino yet again. Patriae on dot com slash i k. w. dia no to moving onto other dinosaur news. This one's also from brazil in sao paulo..

"hemans" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on All About Android

"I say that with every a series release is that it's you know for the mid range it's not gonna wow you or impress you with crazy features that you never knew you wanted. It's going to give you the features that you hope to have but done really well and i feel like this does that. So it's hard so recommend it. I saw a review. I forget which outlet but but it had described it the same way. You just did jason and that is boring. Like boring but good. Yeah i just boring phone like the right on. Yeah i mean you know. And i i don't know. I guess i could see how that could be construed as like a ding on a device. It's just like i had my. I reviewed many phones and often when i get a phone. I'm like oh. I'm so excited to try this feature or like like i'm pulling it out of the pocket. I'm like yeah. This is the new phone. there's moments like that. Where moments little moments of joy. In using it and i'm so used to the series phones now that the joy is gone. But that's kind of the point right like it's a mid range device. That's just supposed to be good at what it offers and it does that so it satisfies my expectations. It may be boring but it's also in the mid range phone that i recommend so take from that what you will. You know what i mean so anyways that is it. That's the pixel five eight with five g. Pretty solid five. Two minutes. Too many five. We're gonna five. Gt like just yeah. I totally agree. I totally agree. I was thinking the same thing they could. Just get rid of that. At this point you know at this point where a couple of years into this whole five g. thing and say what you will about five g. technology but phones. You know most phones. I'd say are supporting five g. Now maybe that's maybe that's an inaccurate statement but that's the way it feels. I think states hemans definitely definitely a lot more funds coming five years standard now even at the low end tap. Yeah even at the low end right in the mid range definitely so at a certain other your carrier has the infrastructure for the five another thing entirely you could be paying as much as i do every once and still not getting a sim card that catches on any towers. 'cause he's so happened to live on the edge of the five g. rollout but also who needs the phone tower really. I mean you don't need that connection you know what abolish cell phone towers. it should be something else. i. I don't know how much more to add five eighty five eight. it's it is what you thought it would be. That's the tagline. It's what you expect. You know what that's good. It's like that guy that you have on the back burner. You can go to him when everybody else is workout. You know you know exactly what you're gonna get with him. I suppose i suppose so. And it's a tall drink of water so it's very like i think it's yeah exactly what you're talking about for all right. That's my review flow. Which you got. okay. I've got sorry about that metaphor you know. Don't be signing brace it anyway. Speaking of being hip and with it I've got here blah blah blah blah blah. Last week there was a huge samsung event. I forgot that that happened last week. And then this week. I ended up with this flipping fall. And i don't mean being in the way might be seen this fall.

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"hemans" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But it's okay 'cause the sun is shining inside all of your bag. I'm back fuller's pack fans are back. Yes and this was the longest vacation of my life. He felt like a very time to be interrupted by leeann l. messy and whatnot but anyway we have a a really packed show because we'll be talking Barcelona their debut without aforementioned lionel messi matches united scoring five early holland on the rampage. Already but we gotta start. With the champions manchester city taking on tottenham hotspur the harry kane saga bubbling in the background dhabi. Cain darby possibly We'll get to it. But the headline tottenham win one nil with counterattacking goal from hong men. Sean yeah. I think i've seen the script before. Four games at the tottenham stadium for spur for for city on the pep for defeats geragos. Go there there's just. I think there is something indoor stadium that they struggle with i mean spurs. Played a really good game in what they wanted to do. And you could see already. One new wants to do what you were there. How i mean was it as defensive and counterattack oriented as it looked. Yeah he was. I think that suited them perfectly you know because they they defended with seven eight hundred lorries an attack with three burg wine lucas and and sawn and they could have scored one more probably but they played really well collectively as a collective strength was city on the other hand. Where we're not good at all. There were no there was no movement. Look tired as much as spurs look fit and really and went for a city was the opposite. I don't know if they're going through. Maybe a very heavy fitness preparation fitness work or something base. Especially after the break. They all went down completely physically. It was really strange. Felt to me like it was one of those games where city started well maybe could have scored in the first ten fifteen minutes and then like you said they. They generally flat and maybe until the end. When they're surprised. Kevin debrecen came on. I ten minute cameo. What struck me though. Jones was and that period when they weren't good a sitting normally they move the ball so quickly looks to me like jack really hasn't found his position on the patriots is understandable but first competitive game But he wasn't sure in a game like this where you know. The opposition is going to have Is going to set up the way it was going to set up. Do we need the gun and fernandina. Unless no i agree with you. I thought the lineup was wrong. Maybe there's something we don't know about the line-up in the sense someplace. I've come back later than others. Maybe could no start and could not play now a. That's why didn't start. That's the thing rod. We goes out to replace him with two people and to move the ball quickly and always is a slow movement because he's big and tall but this was a game where financial just could not do. What city would need but also the fact that there was no movement. There was so many times both in the first in the second. Half the guy on the ball city just looked and iran him. There was just static. Everybody was starting fullbacks. He didn't do anything. The white players were just waiting for the boer sterling marez to come to their feet. There was no movement torres. Tried a little bit but this one is nice position in to dinner given the board anyway so it was. It was so stellar was so surprised and even peps changes. Arthur were were poor overall and for grayish. You're right. I don't know if that's his right position to play lessen. The debris role hemans sterling were too close to each other too often and before the game mendy had the other longshots underpaid just before kick-off with greyish and assume after the game. And i said what did i what did you say to him. He said you know with therapy so difficult when you knew to understand where you have to play to do where you have to move. I'm not sure greatest really understood. What mandy saying that. We're going to get into this more in the podcast segment. But i we have to talk here at the top about the about the issue with with harry kane now. Obviously i wasn't here. I'm sure you guys that are sterling job of handling it. We come to comes back. He doesn't come back he says. Oh i don't wanna get into it now. Which is no explanation. But the plan is he wasn't in the match they squad now. He was in the stadium supposedly but nobody actually know. Cameras actually picked him up. I'm assuming agency m no no. You didn't see him either. You still convinced that he's going. Because there was a piece by johnny north croft in sunday times. obviously he had some access. Yeah certainly gave the impression that spurs are convinced that he's not going anywhere and he's gonna stay almost that they don't expect another bid or at least not a bit. That's going to be sufficient yet. Does that make sense to you. It does busting. City would make that bid. And i think once the offers on the table. There's no way i can say. No after promising him. Almost last season last year last summer to name go for the right amount of money. You concentrate play okay. Give us one more year and then the following summer when the offer is saying actually give us another year so two years in a row okay. It doesn't come out. And i say this now. Okay and i've said it before. In the shaw this gentleman's agreement stuff is nonsense. It's complete nonsense. I'm not saying that. I'm not saying that it didn't happen. But i'm saying you are a fool for believing your advisers are foolish for believing it. Because it's you cut in hurricane went to key to hurricane. Okay give us one more year one just one more year. We know we know you want to go. We know city of already been approach. We know you want to give us one more. Yeh marino said to him give give me one more year and then we let you go a little more grown up. If you're gonna go and believe that that's just my view we're gonna get into it more in the podcast or address. Let's get into this some more But i just you gusa flavor a little bit. Because there's i was watching on television the the two sets of fans. I'm assuming i mean it's great to have the fans back. Yeah yeah but part of the fun is the banter the songs what were they giving each other the funds fun too early to be fed to them by seeing how we can. You want to wear blue. He wants to wear blue..

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"hemans" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Okay great agreed all good now. I do remember reading something about him. That he actually his soul to aires or made a deal with aries. He does does he have his soul back. But what was the situation with us. All a whole story thing but once he sold his soul he fought on on areas behalf for ten years and then finally decided enough is enough areas actually betrayed me to make me kill my own family when i didn't realize it bad move. And so when he killed aries that was the way he was able to break that oath and go off on his own and become a god killing demi-god of sparta right but wasn't he pleading for help because he's about to get killed by some barbarian. I'm not saying he was in god mood at the very beginning of his journey. What he thought he was immortal. Yes okay got and would you say that crato suppers from a slight. You know anger. Problem has some anger issues and some temporary issues. He is known as a as an angry character. He's a guy who fights angry. i mean again. These people have made him murder most of his own family through treachery. He needs to get his payback. So has he been manipulated due to his anger. He has been manipulated to attack people that he would not have otherwise attacks and he has killed them all god and then he tends to kill the people who manipulated him to just for good measure. I want you know why not make it a thing so he. He has been manipulated into a position where people were able to take advantage of his anger or emotional wellbeing or where he what his state at that moment. Is that correct. This is what this is. The realm of god's plan got it okay. This is all fantastic. I love your point number three. Let me kind of now. Kind of switch things around with my point number three look i could talk about. Humans big wins in the eighties. One of the most masterful villains of all time of course during that time period with scattered master wizard. Superstrong what have you. He's got a ton of wins over skeleton for. Let's see he fought and beat the snake out of attorney a character. You know a snake. God named hiss. 'cause that's imaginative and this his god snake out of attorney was more powerful than skeleton. Now's actual god of its. Let's see he's beaten this character named wardak now. Hodak is from sheera but what happened was in. According to laura skeleton was a general of sorts till hornak and hornak arguably was more powerful than skeleton or hemans gotta win over him to make things even more complicated wardak reports to. This creature called hornak prime. Who's even way more powerful men. Wish your you beat him as well. But he's beaten god size huge monsters godzilla sized monsters. A huge god like beings like his again superpower beans of eternal wizards dragons. You name it. He's taken it on. So let's kind of differentiate this when you break it down..

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"hemans" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Oh talking about who should consider getting db s a deep brain stimulation surgical procedure for parkinson's and we'll cover how the procedure works. What someone may expect after the surgery and the latest advancements on this research would through a lot of cool things that are happening in the world. We have a lot to discuss. So let's get started later. Due to our panel today dr kelvin. Chow is the clinical professor of urology at the university of michigan medical school that he is also the site investigator of the michael j. fox foundation landmark studies parkinson's progression markers initiative. Better known as p m i at the university of michigan. He is a researcher and has written a book on db s. Welcome to today's webinar. Tie thanks for having me. Jim nez chief people officer and general counsel at the michael j. fox foundation. He was diagnosed with parkinson's disease in two thousand and had dvd surgery in early. Two thousand eighteen his spouse donald moss and animal rights. Advocate is also here with us today. Welcome thanks and we have dr julie. Hemans shaheed the medical director of the movement disorders neuro modulation and brain circuit therapeutics at the icahn school of medicine. The mount sinai new york. She leads the registry for the events with db s parkinson's disease or our d. dash. Pd talk about more more a little bit later. Let's get started with the questions. What is deep brain stimulation. Doctor she said concert with a doctor pickle. Dr absolutely thanks for having me on this I think deep brain stimulation is a very exciting therapy. It's actually been around for a long time for treating parkinson's disease but what it is is a surgical treatment that is actually the most common surgical treatment used these days to manage parkinson's symptoms. It's like a pacemaker. For the brain. So if you think about a pacemaker. In the heart the wires are in the heart of regulate the the heart circuits But here we have a deep brain stimulator delivers a small electrical current into those deep brain structures that are controlling movements and by doing that. It can really kind of block signals that are associated with some of the symptoms of parkinson's disease tremor and stiffness and certain walking imbalanced problems and when we kind of get that stimulation just right for an individual patient we can see all kinds of improvements in holly just the primary parkinson's symptoms but also some of the treatment complications such as the just caniggia's and the fluctuations and maybe even the tremor that wasn't responding well to medications voter shoe took them specifically does does not help. Yes i think. The best way to think about deep brain stimulation is that it. Actually in most cases helps the symptoms. That are helped by leonova or the medications that you would take and so when people have parkinson's disease and go on for a long longer period of time and are treated with liba they might have what we call on and off states where you take the medication and after about a half an hour medication kicks in and then many of your symptoms improve like the tremor the stiffness lowness blocking problems etc on. Then you're considered a non-state and then maybe before your next dose medication. Wears off. In the tremor stiffness lowness all those types of symptoms. Come back yet. Well a deep brain stimulation basically makes you feel like you're on your on state Throughout the entire day so symptoms that respond to liba are the symptoms that are responding to deep brain stimulation if it doesn't respond to leave bud than in. Typically it doesn't it will not respond to stimulation either. The one exception to that rule is tremor at there are many patients who may have a tremor in which you take high doses of these get without a but it doesn't respond a bendy print stimulation will help. But that's the way about how how help you. Yes so if you have extreme differences between neurons offs and it's impacted by but then you probably are good candidates exactly great now Who should consider db s and win is a good time to get db s. Let's bring in our other guest to jimmy donny. What what may jim good candidate for db s well I would say you know i I had symptoms at responded to methadone. First and second tremor and stiffness and i gay in speed of movement. I say brady can you for short too. And then you know the one made e change or get the surgery wise. I was taking a ton of pills. Day and i was dependent on that wherever i went. I carried my parkinson's medication with me. If i was on a trip or something for work i would always. Have you know medicine with me. All the time and i just wanted to break the cycle of continued dependence on medication and my doctor ridden on my symptomology was Maybe a good candidate so we went ahead with. Also you were the right for. That's who let's talk about that a little bit more. dr should head a sheriff's some more information about the viable candidates. Is there an age limit. Yeah that's a common question that we get. I think that You know generally speaking. They're not as specific as lament forgetting deep brain stimulation with that. The main things that we're looking for our weather patients have had you know as described Were describing the the fluctuations that are up In the refractory tremor But we do know that as people get older they can have other medical conditions and potentially other sort of risk factors that might affect their sort of response to the surgery itself into there might be a different surgical as risks associated with patients who are older and so we do want to make sure that those are all investigated appropriately but there really isn't a strength at age cutoff or one of the symptoms that his bothersome for a lot of people especially with wild pd who are still the work field is is sort of the the. The decline of the executive functioning is.

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"hemans" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"An undisclosed viruses. The modified m aren a turns human dna into the programmable operating system instructing the bodies cellular machine to produce nearly any protein of interest including antibodies and two thousand sixteen but derna received twenty million grant from the bill and melinda gates foundation to develop a new arnie antibody therapeutic aimed at preventing aids infection in march two thousand nineteen dermot Respect another grant. From of course. Bill gates access to feasibility of the rene technology to deliver antibodies combination to reduce an impact To reduce an impact Sep assists now bill gates. Foundation's put an extra two hundred and fifty million to see these experiments through and then it goes on to say Mma dermot aren't as being used to manipulate is a manipulative tool with human. Dna and to program human cells but dermot won't stop experimenting on on human dna named after the sars dash co vid- is deemed under control. The army platform is being set up as the dependency system that controls the molecular information for a wide range of virus families to unoccupied late updates and the corona virus spike proteins. Hemans who succumb to the amarna vaccine ends will be required to receive updates to their cells in order to adapt their immune system to their environment. Humans will be controlled by this technology and this physiological process will become dependent on updates in order for their immune systems to function so they can stay alive in the twenty first century. This platform is an introduction or introductory Trance humanism where humans merge with machines depends on the ai systems that their inner cellular needs And given and a season of life so there you go there you go. It's clear folks. Dermot is nothing but a playground for the globalist tool to me late molecular functions the globalist replay in god with human dna and the biological processes mcdermot is being used to unleash a new system of control that fizz lot that physically physiologically in prisons people and makes them physically and mentally dependent on the globus for their accountability. Never ending experiments. there. We go folks just as i said all along. It's nothing but trans humanism. This is leading down to the path of the mark of the beast for those people that do believe in that us christians and that's all they wanna do they want to control every facet of your life from the time you wake up the time you wait. Lay down if you go on a date if you're at your grandma's house if you're at your mom and dad's house if you're with your kids every thing will be controlled completely folks. That's what you have to understand..

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"hemans" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"I running backs schedule running backs derrick henry. It's actually pretty terrible for the next. three weeks. colts ravens colts. They are top for against fantasy running backs. Then it is unbelievable. And this is the time of year. We're derrick henry gets going anyway <hes>. His last three his fantasy playoffs are jacksonville. Detroit and green bay. So i i'm recommending. My dalvin cook sell high. And we're going to wait until this primetime game against the colts and hope derrick henry struggles a little bit. And then we're going to sell dalvin cook for derrick henry and very good wide receiver. Okay i because he's going to destroy jacksonville detroit and green bay and the fantasy playoffs. Jonathan taylor is. I have a tough time. Buy into this. But has four matchups against teams. That are twenty nine. Th or worse against running backs this week against tennessee. I don't think it's that great of a match up. They've been really good. The last five games against running backs these per carry giving up some points. But they're giving up touchdown they are giving up touchdown touchdown every game tennessee this year. But you know he's got houston he's got vegas. He's got houston again in week. Sixteen might be tough against pittsburgh but the match ups are great. Does it matter. I don't know what jonathan taylor. We'll see what his role is he's got to just he's got to start playing freely and i think that's what the colts are waiting for. I think the colts are going to give him every opportunity to to get there but he. He's splitting the russian downs. Work with jordan wilkins in the hemans. The hurry up back the passing downs back. David montgomery talked about best remaining schedule. And then two teams. That probably doesn't matter but the foul. I guess i shouldn't say that all that. You guys determine that via broncos and the patriots like damian harris is is locked in. He could be pretty good down the stretch but obviously we don't know if that's going to be the case but yeah patriots and broncos have good schedules now. You go running backs with bad schedules. This one i think is very very important. Kenyan drake. I don't know if anybody is really into kenyan drake but terrific low. You think so yes. Because he's got some very good run. Defenses coming up very good. Maybe he's not such a good bye. I hate the schedule. Buffalo's not good. That's this week. if he's back. Seattle is a good run defense. Their twelve against running backs new england's of matchup. But then after that. So we're talking. That's week ten eleven weeks thirteen and on the rams the giants the eagles the forty niners. That's weeks fourteen. Thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen. Those are four really good run defenses. And that's kenyan drake who only runs and doesn't have any involvement in the passing game so the whole point is to trade firm at the lowest possible price and it's because chase edmonds isn't gonna take his job when he comes back at it sir feels like he'll still have that role that rundown role maybe drake as the guy to go target. If you're desperate for a running back in the next three games not so much for the rest of the season you think this week. He might not even play this week. That's the problem is today. It feels like those games that you're referencing in the playoffs. Are more chase edmonds games than kenyan drake games like. Drake could play all four of those games against her. Three of those games against a good wendy fences and for edmonds might just be better. I think it's four good run. Event is the rams giants eagles niners and the giants thing. They're just about like fourteenth about as close to average as you can be but that's because they're really bad against pass catching running backs. They're not fourteenth in run. Vincent fourteenth and fantasy points allowed to running backs so that does feel more like a chase edmonds game like you. Just look at antonio gives they give us some touchdowns. Mckissic was a lot better than gibson. Even though gives another touchdown i dunno. I dunno school. Fantasy points because of the touchdown. But that's my point like these are good run defenses. So for a guy who's not involved in the passing game at all too scary schedule. I think down the stretch for kenyan drake.

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Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Running Backs

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Running Backs

"I running backs schedule running backs derrick henry. It's actually pretty terrible for the next. three weeks. colts ravens colts. They are top for against fantasy running backs. Then it is unbelievable. And this is the time of year. We're derrick henry gets going anyway His last three his fantasy playoffs are jacksonville. Detroit and green bay. So i i'm recommending. My dalvin cook sell high. And we're going to wait until this primetime game against the colts and hope derrick henry struggles a little bit. And then we're going to sell dalvin cook for derrick henry and very good wide receiver. Okay i because he's going to destroy jacksonville detroit and green bay and the fantasy playoffs. Jonathan taylor is. I have a tough time. Buy into this. But has four matchups against teams. That are twenty nine. Th or worse against running backs this week against tennessee. I don't think it's that great of a match up. They've been really good. The last five games against running backs these per carry giving up some points. But they're giving up touchdown they are giving up touchdown touchdown every game tennessee this year. But you know he's got houston he's got vegas. He's got houston again in week. Sixteen might be tough against pittsburgh but the match ups are great. Does it matter. I don't know what jonathan taylor. We'll see what his role is he's got to just he's got to start playing freely and i think that's what the colts are waiting for. I think the colts are going to give him every opportunity to to get there but he. He's splitting the russian downs. Work with jordan wilkins in the hemans. The hurry up back the passing downs back. David montgomery talked about best remaining schedule. And then two teams. That probably doesn't matter but the foul. I guess i shouldn't say that all that. You guys determine that via broncos and the patriots like damian harris is is locked in. He could be pretty good down the stretch but obviously we don't know if that's going to be the case but yeah patriots and broncos have good schedules now. You go running backs with bad schedules. This one i think is very very important. Kenyan drake. I don't know if anybody is really into kenyan drake but terrific low. You think so yes. Because he's got some very good run. Defenses coming up very good. Maybe he's not such a good bye. I hate the schedule. Buffalo's not good. That's this week. if he's back. Seattle is a good run defense. Their twelve against running backs new england's of matchup. But then after that. So we're talking. That's week ten eleven weeks thirteen and on the rams the giants the eagles the forty niners. That's weeks fourteen. Thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen. Those are four really good run defenses. And that's kenyan drake who only runs and doesn't have any involvement in the passing game so the whole point is to trade firm at the lowest possible price and it's because chase edmonds isn't gonna take his job when he comes back at it sir feels like he'll still have that role that rundown role maybe drake as the guy to go target. If you're desperate for a running back in the next three games not so much for the rest of the season you think this week. He might not even play this week. That's the problem is today. It feels like those games that you're referencing in the playoffs. Are more chase edmonds games than kenyan drake games like. Drake could play all four of those games against her. Three of those games against a good wendy fences and for edmonds might just be better. I think it's four good run. Event is the rams giants eagles niners and the giants thing. They're just about like fourteenth about as close to average as you can be but that's because they're really bad against pass catching running backs. They're not fourteenth in run. Vincent fourteenth and fantasy points allowed to running backs so that does feel more like a chase edmonds game like you. Just look at antonio gives they give us some touchdowns. Mckissic was a lot better than gibson. Even though gives another touchdown i dunno. I dunno school. Fantasy points because of the touchdown. But that's my point like these are good run defenses. So for a guy who's not involved in the passing game at all too scary schedule. I think down the stretch for kenyan drake.

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"hemans" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"hemans" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

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"hemans" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Senior the car gasoline engine it's demanding but seriously you think we really got to blow the tops off a mountain a call so we can Tyra Hemans and make a left it's not it's not it's not as much is not as much coal and by the way America burns the cleanest coal in the world and every time they match the EPA standards that are set down they just they just love this DPA just lowers Anders again that's all that's a fact matter not in the pocket of cracking people ran their Halyburton and Republican vice president let me ask you this year yeah Republicans are against abortion but they showed you love a good war it killed the mortar time no no I think we were talking I thought we were talking about fossil fuels bad now it's become a Republic you're you're just intent on being a political animal this morning that's fine Matt but we know exactly which side your bread is buttered on and it's not on the side of the people it's not a truly on the side of of human life it's it's on the side of your hatred of Republicans which may be ill founded or not hi I mean but did you know at a time like this and you're talking about politics and parties that's a big problem in our country right now is it people concentrating on parties and ideologies over reality and reality as wind turbines solar panels none of that is anywhere near as efficient as fracking and shale as oil and even as coal we'll talk to Chris in Westchester right now Chris good morning morning light brand are you cope with very infrequent fine I'm okay my my hacking cough that I have occasionally in the morning it's always in the morning is productive for so I'm not worried about that I have no fever the body aches I have a different body ache in my body every day in a different place since I was about fifty so yeah that's right that's right AJ does that what would be moved around on you you can never predict that this is yeah I have I have the virus that kills more people than than heart disease and cancer then cobit nineteen it's called old age virus I've got that and eventually it will kill me there's no doubt about it what are you talking about you we anyone who has shared I do has already shorten your life by at least fifty years so let's be real here no actually actually married men live longer than single ones Chris we are we we live longer but we're not happy here yeah and what you deserve you're a political row you're you're gonna join the political you're gonna be stupid like that we called in to talk about fossil fuels and then he started talking about Republicans and wars and and Hillary Clinton and the Democrats are the biggest warmongers I've ever seen in my life it's good thing she's not president because of she was we would be in them we would be waist deep in a war somewhere in the Middle East right now hello did you want to get technical lecture merger Warrick Gelant some some black guy who was president got the Nobel Peace Prize while we were at war so you know look okay correct you might wanna go back and check your archives but the I think a lot of people tend to forget what really going on the aftermath the garbage the garbage you how much we're gonna be accumulated how would people are wait for it to go to your local doctor go to outside your your coach she will people put together your stalker how you doing nothing but consuming and and then you're right we we are creating nothing but hi hope your garbage do not work I'm gonna let you go because I got Tom Davis coming up but you're absolutely right I was just thinking about this myself Chris from my own personal situation I took took the took the took the trash out last night to the to the end and it's full my trash didn't get picked up till Tuesday morning I'm gonna find a way to put probably see two more big garbage bags in before the run he comes and picks it up seven other WLWT.

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"hemans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hour. We start with breaking news. This morning spokesperson for Iran's nuclear agency says Tehran will increase uranium enrichment, levels, quote, based on the country's needs is comments come amid heightened tensions between Iran and the US, this after President Trump with through America for the nuclear deal and Iran's been implicated in attacks on tankers the official acknowledged that the country already quadruple its production of low enriched uranium. Meanwhile, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo on the tension is stressing diplomacy in responding to those suspected attacks on oil, tankers near a key Middle East shipping. Route, he says American officials are reaching out to foreign counterparts some allies say they need to see and hear more from the US, Hong Kong's, China backed government is apologized over the handling of politically charged legislation. It's. Massive protests, Sunday, statement came after chief executive carry lamb announced that lawmakers are shelving the legislation for now that would have allowed Hongkongers to be tried in mainland China, the original urgency to possibl end this legislative year is perhaps no longer there. Also repeated internal deliberations over the last two days. I now announce that the government has decided to suspend legislative amendment exercise race. Start communication with all sectors of society, do more explanation work, and listen to different views of society, I want to stress that the gunman is adopting an open mind to heat comprehensively different views in society. Twas the Bill. The secretary full security was sent a letter to the legislative council person to withdrawal notice a resumption of a second reading debate on the Bill. In other words, the console will hot is work in relation to the Bill until a working communication explanation and listening to opinions is competed. We have no intention to set a deadline for this work and promised to report to and council members of the legislative. Of council panel of security before we decide on the next step full, it tens of thousands, jam the city streets Sunday in the Hemans show of opposition to the legislation. It's stoke fears of expanding control from Beijing in the former British colony. The protests continue today. The CEO of Boeing says the company made a mistake in handling problematic cockpit warning in the seven thirty seven max jets before two deadly crashes chief executive Dennis Muilenburg told reporters in Paris on Sunday that Boeing's communication was not consistent and it's unacceptable. The Federal Aviation Administration has faulted Boeing for not telling regulators for more than a year that a safety indicator in the max cockpit didn't work pilots are angry that company, didn't tell them about the new software that's been implicated in the crashes, Mulemba promised transparency, moving forward. But Arizona family is suing the city of Phoenix for ten million dollars after officers held the pregnant woman and her two little girls at gunpoint, after their four year old daughter is said to have walked out of a store with a one dollar doll. Police chief Jerry Williams apologized to the family. The chief is urging calm over the now. Viral video confrontation good afternoon? Many of you have seen the videos per may twenty-seven where are Phoenix. Police officer made contact with a family. I like you and disturbed by the language, and they actions of our officer. I assure you that this incident is not Representative of the majority of Phoenix police officers who serve this city. I do want you to know that I, expect our employees to maintain their professionalism, and proper training at all times as soon as I was aware of the video, I began an immediate internal investigation now I wish investigations could be handled instantly but each one. Takes time and deserves the due diligence before we can discuss specific details. For those of you who have made public comments and have contacted me personally about the video I get it. Your concerns are also my concerns with that said, I stand by my commitment of transparency and accountability as we continue to complete this internal investigation. I also stand behind, and with the thousands of men and women who faithfully serve and protect our community day in and day out now, the couple said the officer injured their one year old daughter during the terrifying moment, last month by pulling on one of her arms after the mother refused at command to put the child down. And at least one Washington state waterfront land opener Landau owner has said yes to a request to allow a dead gray whale to decompose on their property officials say, so many great whale carcasses of washed up this year that it's run out of places to take them. The carcasses can be up to forty. Feet long. It could take months to decay. Mario Rivera told king five TV that the smell isn't that bad. About thirty Wales of stranded on the state's coast this year and just in time for Father's Day, the census bureau released a new report showing more than sixty percent of the one hundred and Twenty-one million men in the US. Our fathers the data and the report released comes from twenty fourteen when the bureau for the first time asked both men and women about their fertility histories of the reports has just under three quarters of fathers are married about thirteen percent of dads are divorced. In almost eight percent have never been married. Happy Father's Day..

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"hemans" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As Cormon burqas Sandoval sings autumn leaves. But the library has yet to identify the actor playing. Carla company, owner, Louis Bory is another mystery before the early nineteen sixties. But wary had never made a radio novella. He was a magazine publisher and Florida in the final years of the Batista regime. He took a job with the Cuban government to promote US investment and tourism there. But when Fidel Castro rose to power and partnered with the Soviet Union, but where he left his home and fortune in Havana, and relocated to Miami. Schooler says his actress had a rare skill Cubans had developed continental Spanish, so be the equivalent to the transatlantic accent. So they had figured out a way to alter their voices so that it was not region specific and it wasn't class specific boy. Aries family suspects. He worked for us. US intelligence agency, a- daughter, Xenia Robertson, says she remembers him taking a lot of flights to Washington DC back, then that may be why Cold War, politics seem so evident in these radio novellas, the protagonist openly embrace democratic and capitalist ideals, but no one says exactly who or what they're fighting against again, either schooler. They don't they don't want to say come unison, so the big seven is always the existential lists. So in multiple series. You'll have like it was the kind of bar where, you know, both Hemans and students and exa stench lists. Hang out, and they talk about Sartre and his philosophy picture, Jean-Paul, South LA in a fabulous evening, dress, and that could be Soledad.

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"hemans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Missile. Stored in. Wow. The whole thing is very love. We're using the word pathetic loosely here this morning. Sad that I've watched she wrote so much that I could literally do the entire opening titles. I didn't have Leyritz in front of me. I want. Just. Yeah. I can do that one trick. Oh, he man. I mean, I watched that on literally. Yes. Coming back. Apathetic that those are classics. Steph is coming back like marshmallow lucky. Charms beer, all my mom. My mom used to get. So I've said this before my mom used to get so mad or not mad, but frustrated because we go to the video store, and it was called Curtis Mathes that was the that was the video store in Indiana. And that was back in the day when the case was on the wall. And then there was a little like a little ticket that you grabbed it was in stock. So we'd go to the video store, and I would rent the same three videos every single time. The making of Michael Jackson's thriller. Time and then rent a bold Hemans. And she would she's like how many times have you seen this? I go I'm thinking, what does it matter? My even in the kid. I'm like, why does it matter? I want to watch it again. And yeah, I had all by. I basically had it memorized by the time. I grew up. I still time. Netflix. Things haven't changed that much g you watch a lot of the same shows over and over again. I do. Yeah. I still do. I I'm I'm like, my I like my programs anyway, so be Arthur don's can have a mighty big surprise tomorrow. When she comes back how much more coffees in the reserve. Oh, well, we're pretty good for a while. Yeah. But well, but what's along? But what's? Yeah. Now that I think about it. I got I should add them all up. We we have at least a hundred serious maybe a month. Yeah. Right. Actually, what's considered a good stockpile? Good month bunker, people there are no that's a good. That's a good. This get you through the month. Then bribe Bradley to give you some costs..

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"hemans" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"Like thirty one flavors peanut butter and chocolate cereals, my favorite ice cream of all time. That is so close to being as good as that Joe lows. It's the I thought it was unique. And I thought that the peanut butter was very authentic. It wasn't like it's real peanut butter in the middle. Thought was extremely impressive. And then there's a third flavor that we have in front of us. And I thought that was really unique it's called chocolate Sunday. And it's got the chocolate Joe with ice cream. Look at the cherry in the middle. Macaroni. It's like a reconstructed Sunday or constructed days of the cherry on top. It is in the center here in the middle. Look at that Mike is gonna be so full. He's just housing these. That one's a really unique one. So people out there, you probably have tried moti. You've seen it at your sushi restaurants. Japanese restaurants, you probably have seen it in the frozen case at your local market, but you've never seen it like this. This is a very unique spin on Moshi put out by my mo-. They are friends they sent in a museum of ice cream do unto fun. I love them. I love swum in the sprinkles. So did everybody else? Weird part the chocolate Sunday was good. But the other two are definitely better. Just depends. What you like if you like I just think this is so kid-friendly their portion controlled they're so unique such a creative snack totally worthy of this first award. Which is the best coming soon snack. And guess what? It's coming very soon. They're actually railing out some stores are ready. We'll direct you. And by the way, the other flavors are dull say delay with a caramel center and vanilla blueberry with blueberry center. Do so dilemma is my favorite. I love anything caramel. And I did try that one. I think I've tried them. All now, maybe not the blueberry favorite. I might be the chocolate peanut butter. It's amazing totally worth it. Again. One hundred ten to one hundred twenty calories. Okay. We are moving on to category. Number two. This is a really important category. Because and I'm going to tell you why Hemans love savory crunchy snacks. And it used to be years ago. Your only choices were like potato chips and pretzels into a Tia chips, but locally the world has become a healthier place, and everyone is trying to turn other healthy things into crunchy savory snacks like beans. So I would say in the past three or four years the market has been flooded with crunchy bean snacks things like chickpea snacks there. There are so many your head is spinning you don't know which ones are good, which ones aren't. And we have found the world's best crunchy bean snack. Are you ready? Okay. Enlighten crunchy broad beans there but a beam, but a boom is such a cute name bean. Such a cute name. These were formerly known as what were they formerly known us roasted broadcast. Right. So enlightened. Okay. Just to give you the back store, you know, eleven lighten they make the best protein packed healthy ice cream. But they also make these being snacks. Michael who owns the company is a doll his family. They're incredible. It's a well run adorable group of humans that put out amazing food and these snacks completely rock my face off. But of being a boom, they are broad beans in different flavors. What I like most about them. Now, they come in portion control packs, we have those too. I think we have them so have some and are they are they like fried or bakes they're baked and they're crunchy and they have flavor. So let's talk a little about what a broad bean is a father being. Yes. So they're like a big being you can open some of these. I'm going to tell you about the flavors that they come in. They come in seven flavors mosquito larvae Q. Sweet cinnamon cocoa dusted, garlic onion, spicy was Sabi. Sweet Saracho and salt. It's so cool. They have savory. And sweet. I know that's the thing. I have to be honest. My favorites are all the savory flavors. But I like some sweet love the cocoa dusted. And the sweet sentiments, I I like the sweet ones the sweet cinnamon is great with I've had it with vanilla yogurt. And I loved it..

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"hemans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Camila cabello. I love her. You sing is she going to perform at the Grammys? I think she is. Yeah. Sequences will Laurie just told me her theory on. Why the sun stays in the sky? What was the theory just told you you told me about Jeff? Oh. Wants to be bothered with the JFK one. No. To death. Backwards. Sideways, but I am intrigued to find out. Cars when we start our cars, how long do they stay started? Do you think Donny up say that again, we both start our cars from an app? Yes. Those costs money. How long does your car CNN? Is it just like? Five minutes. Maximum town on mine. Okay. Well, we just wanted to start it for the first run. Yeah. We started ours. Started in it at three no weeded. I remember with my previous I get out of it. And I never know. It would be right. I say mad push-button cars. I left it ran. Ran for. And you made one of the policemen. Go out and deal with it. Yes. It just random random. So it really nothing veep Tammy or anything I mean in its yeah. I like keys, I know. I don't like him when I my arms full. Yeah. All right. Can I give our favorite headline today showed you this photo iris app fell and your late going? I don't know that I ever would say that because I know who it is. But she's ninety seven and she's done like gap commercials, and MAC cosmetics. She did Kate Spade. She just signed with IMG models at the age of ninety seven either agency was not getting she. Didn't take advantage in hassle. I ever had a property said people would just find me. Yes. And she's a do it yourself her. I like you. And I. Your calls from Tommy hilfiger and decline. No TV network. Listen, even reading. A tender age of seventy seventy what's going to happen. This is true. What about if we become huge stars movie stars at age seventy-five? It never occurred to her that she might need help booking your schedule until a famous friend said you need an agent. Yeah. Why should you be trekking around at my tender age ninety seven. I'm going to set up offices and get all kinds of things I thought I was just a flash in the pan because she was discovered at like ninety two or ninety. Okay. Whatever she she's been fifteen. Goggle glasses. I absolutely am. Anything is possible. She has documentary. An early has been Kara was still alive, and that was supposed to be so cute. And last year, she released a book iris Apfel accidental icon, but she and her husband really, she's always dressed like this. Yeah. She's just being herself. They've been real Cubo Hemans. I don't think they ever had children, and you could be a true bohemian. If you never had children is Laurie. You can be a bohemian true. Around in cloth. No. But I'm just saying like a true Bohemia without a care in the world. Right. And I think I don't know. I just say that's another theory. I think you can't be carefree without a care in the world. You know? And like if your parents, I would agree. Yeah. I mean, I know people have done it. I can't not think about me. I mean, you don't think about your kids all the time. But you always think about your kids. That makes any sense. It's been the hallmark of everyone that I've ever known to be a wonderful parents. That attitude. The other people are able to do that and have children are, you know, then it's like oh boy. I just looked up. Israel's f o or whatever name is what I. I'm really fading fast. West.

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"hemans" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"hemans" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"So Nadine will you always going to be an opera singer as a small child? Now, I was into jazz and pop, and I was up in the chance there was gospel. And as I go into my teenage years, it was a guy tournament a German base. What did you do? Then did you then go to a music school or conservatory? Like, how did you get from there to here? How did you get from drum and bass to the London Coliseum. I went to audition for all the schools. I didn't actually get into any of them. And then I went to a consultant. He was like this GU she said, you'll never gonna sing opera governs in jazz at which point. I went. Some went to school for a year and might have rock how them and then I decided if I could make a rock album can sing opera. So. So. So I wrote a business plan and sent of one hundred fifty letters to low to people asking if they would sponsor me and one person came back, and I made my own kind of school. So I'd went until people, partly and it's let me to hear. Wow, see old together. I do think more women need to start making their models and finding their end channels because I think we're told this is the way to do it yet you have to get on that conveyor belt, and unless you get on that convey about you can't get off where you want to get off. And it's never true true. I think you know, if you've got a banning desire inside of you, listen to what it's trying to tell you and tight the walk that he wants you to take. And if you commit to it, the universe will just land, everything we've you believe that when you say, the Dane true to you. Then went into banking. Don't happen banking was something that happened as soon as I left time, I left home at sixteen and I joined king something happened. Yeah. Just you came you just went on. That's happened. Well, what happened? I'm going to Bank to join the Y T S game. And I ended up in a Bank up ended up in corporate finance. That was before I came to singing so of his six eight, and I was can in corporate finance and ended up on the trading floor. Wow. I bet you agree on trading floors enough day. Yeah. The bus ie secretly wish. I'd done the trading floor just for year. I can totally see you. There's a little bit of me that thinks I saute missed out. But I mean, obviously banking is evil and don't do that. There's a little bit of me that I just wants to go and shout by by sell sell at random and see if I can make some money. When you when you were working in banking. Did you colleagues know that you sang no not really I mean, if an Chile and they'd come and see me in shows and stopped by was in bands. And so, you know, I'd have even been back. Now, the I sing Oprah. I haven't even gone back to the banks now, and I should say rated I sort of want you to send them a card. By the way, I'm at the. Please come and say me, I'm sponsor the down with Bunka season. So you accompli in labrum. I am just exciting. Just because not everyone will let the story of Lebowa. And we thought we'd just do the story. And then we can talk about it in that context logo means Bahia mean picture, if you will it's eighteen thirty Paris. Now, it's nine thirty in this production picture, if you will it's nineteen thirty power. They were lots of perspective artists who were poor, but happy there are full Baheen full behemoth say Hemans Hemans am I saying that critically bohemian rhapsody, but he means yes. And that got almost. When you sing the funds and go, yes, you will. So this full behave means what's Bahamian right show. Liberal lives in an attic. Excellent. Very good. Art seed isn't a NASA. Yeah. I actually not through to my acid. So that I could be Bahim. There's the poet rebel fo the paint up Marcello the magician magician is the musician. God. Because I remember he showed aunt my saying that cryptic under philosopher, Collini lovely, very nice, French and their master splinter..

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