20 Burst results for "Homer Simpson"

Python at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

Talk Python To Me

06:27 min | 5 months ago

Python at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

"Angles especially around some of the remote stuff. A lot of things you guys do work with like Rovers. You talked about spirit just to have a conversation with those things is like we complain about late and senior website was slow or I was playing this game and it was hard because there was. Two hundred milliseconds of latency. There's different kinds of latency out in space. Right? Wouldn't the speed light is not enough. So he can some of the smart and putting it on rovers and other stuff. Some of this ai work that you're doing. It sounds like it might have some lakes Ai I. Hope. So and we think it does too. So Michael, basically the work that. We're doing for your listeners. We have a project that we've been investigating now. So let's fast forward the clock rovers nowadays the last one that landed on the planet. I won't say that we shipped because we just shipped one, which we'll talk about called does a couple of weeks. The right we did pandemic shipping and launching of rockets, Rovers, new fad but yes, for pre. That pre pandemic in two thousand, twelve, we ship the the Mars Science Laboratory or the Curiosity Rover, and that one is about. So spirited opportunity just the size them ver- you know your listeners it's about the size if you have kids of one of those cars that you push maybe or something like that or maybe like a power wheel big wheel type of thing that size. Of Spirit and opportunity the MSL rover is about the size of a small car like Volkswagen bug and if you came to jpl and it was open to have these some day and things like that, you could walk into our building agency a full scale model of to really get the feel of it but that's the size rover over that we're talking about now that's. Sort of the modern class at them and so twenty, twenty s the perseverance, the launched it's the same size. So we've got MSL still operating spirit and opportunity arts anymore because they were solar-powered MSL is powered basically by nuclear fission uses an rtd power source and things like that. So it doesn't have to worry about solar panels so it can go for quite a while and. Has Been. So it's a great test basically as long as it mechanically is still functioning right? Absolutely and so challenges with mechanical functioning are like, Hey, we learned a lot about the wheels for a car sized thing as we drove over walks in it toward the wheels up, you know and things, and so we did we learned a lot about them if you look at one. Quick Update and twenty twenty as the wheels have little homer simpson speed holes are not speed old but holes to prevent having just track and tread that dies catching on everything and that's just one thing we learned amongst other things. We've got smart engineers JPL. MSL's agree platform to test stuff out on. However let's talk about AIML L. I'm going to dispel some missing rumor so. MSL and space assets and others they all need right we gotta do computing we need a processor and A. And things like that they are running off of an old the what is that the latest? GP probably like a Invidia like twenty eighty something like that. Yeah. Everybody thinks that and I know you're being facetious and I liked the snark it's awesome. But yes, no, and that's the challenge. Everybody thinks that and it's not it's running off of a rats fifty, which is a be a h that's as bad as powerful as a POWERPC chip and process or in so and why real quick y right when we crash something in the government, we've got a congressional inquiry that we have to respond to. This virtual companies do it and we love the commercial companies where partner with them. Now, they don't right they I mean not to say that it doesn't ruin their value stream or their reputation or things like that. But they've got a little bit more flexibility to do testing and stuff like that than we do and so we are risk averse by profile definition, and so because of that, we were only use things that are what we. Call radiation hardened, which means that when it gets up there in space, a space does and cosmic radiation do weird things to your hardware they flip the bids amongst that's the easy stuff they do. They do a lot of other nasty stuff and so you gotta make sure that the hardware works in space and so because of that the technology, the Gartner life cycle for what we could use for that is real behind and so this big. Smart this big. Potentially smart you know and it is smart. They did great things on MSL and they're going to do even greater on twenty twenty is writing off of an old processor. So the I is human in the loop even more. So coupled with the fact that you alluded to, Hey, you know bandwidth latency you think that's an issue the lifetime from Earth to Mars eight minutes round trip. So anything you send to Mars you, gotTa. Weigh eight minutes to figure out what the heck happened or even what happened for your report back. Then you know that's not it doesn't all have to be synchronised. They're asynchronous ways. There are ways to kind of achieved some advantages and key things up, but it's still it's eight minutes basically, and so because of that, there's a video on youtube by the way for your listeners. If you haven't seen it, it's called the seven minutes of terror. Closer to eight. Yeah. Yeah. That's a great one. Yeah. Yeah. That's for the entry descent and landing. When they landed MSL curiosity, they had to use a big sky crane instead of the typical big balloon rap the rover to balloon it let it balance which was the way they did it before it was so big they had to have this elaborate sky crane thing and in that seven minutes when you go into entry descent and landing there seven minutes before you knew, Hey, what the heck happened and all this stuff had to happen autonomously and things like that, which is great. But yeah, normally eight minutes and so if I told you today that the Mars surface operations people use about two. Hundred images a day that are taken from the rover from its NAVC cans, which are camps by the wheels, and it's Mass Cam, which is the big head that take selfies and other things that you see what it's arm. If I told you that today, they only use two hundred images to plan what to do for rover operations. The next day you'd understand why we're bandwidth limited or Ltd what we can process on the reverse sucking them down to the ground and making decisions. What if I told you tomorrow? We'll get close to that nvidia chip maybe not exactly but there's efforts called high-performance space like computing to build a multi-core. GP. Like chip that is radiation hardened. It's a big government project. That has an emulator already that they're making and that we also today have Mars helicopter I'm perseverance, which is a little drone that went along with it that if successful is running a qualcomm snapdragon, which is gp like chip and why are we not fully radiation hardened and all this? It does we've tested in whatever but it's not like has the years and years of testing. Why are we doing that? Because it's a technology demonstration and we have a bigger like the mission is still successful even if Mars Halley you know is not successful with that what you call ingenuity right and I. Suspect that the risk to a little drone helicopter thing

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‘The Simpsons’ Season Premiere: Here’s Who Took Over Carl’s Voice From Hank Azaria (EXCLUSIVE)

Radio From Hell

01:44 min | 5 months ago

‘The Simpsons’ Season Premiere: Here’s Who Took Over Carl’s Voice From Hank Azaria (EXCLUSIVE)

"If you're a fan of the Simpsons, you'll probably notice your he might notice. One character will be sounding a bit different in the season 32 premiere on Sunday. Kelly collision. Homer Simpson's nuclear plant co worker and Lenny Leonard's best friend. Why didn't realize it was Carl Carlson and Lenny Leonard? Yeah, there are a couple. Yeah, they they will not be voiced by Carl will not be voiced by hankers area. At least in the season premiere episode, Karl will be a voiced by actor. Alex Desert or deserved award. According to Variety, although it's unclear whether it's a permanent replacement, Mr Desert or Desert also voices Swarm on Disney Ecstasy, Spiderman maximum venom. Mr Bo Jenkins on adult Swim's Mr Pickles. You can also be seen in the flash Becker better close also around for why that one character because Carl is African American. Carl's blacks. Oh, that's something hankers area, said that he's not going to do any more is not going to do a poo. He's not going to do car always not going to do. This actor. Also, by the way, is in a school band called Hep Cat. Have You ever Heard of them? I have heard of hepcat. Yes, well, he's in that band. The switch comes as the producers for the Simpson said earlier this summer. That it will no longer have white actors. Voices on white characters makes this area has been the voice of Carl, who's black since the beginning of the show, except Carl's first appearance, where he was voiced by Harry Shearer. Sharer previously said in an interview. I don't care, Val voice

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"homer simpson" Discussed on X96

X96

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on X96

"You buy what doesn't mean that he's straight yeah because it was an awful lot like Morrissey now he's also got that here's you know when you shave and on site yeah Homer Simpson just pop I like that okay one of the great records of all time faith is it was that the name of the race record faith the whole record yes one yeah just a great let's see I got a text tears as my dad song would be flight of the bumblebee this is a fast well I was with them I've made a horrible miscalculation what happened each well this is about your new meds no well what about Vietnam right that's what I was thinking no I so why I go to this literary group this it's a book club it's this is a literary discussion group it is once a week book clubs meet once a month and it's and it's the people standing around not really talking about the book when it comes right down to it they talk about the book for about two minutes yeah and then they go off and drink one drink one it's lovely well we drink wine and have a snacks as well and we we rotate about you know who's who's doing what now I usually when it becomes my turn I say you know I'd really rather just go to the liquor store and buy the wine and then you don't want to host well I don't want to bring the the order I don't want to bring so we split it up I saw somebody brings the food the food somebody brings the the beverage okay so assignments are made yeah and the and the you know it's usually every month or so here on order or your doctor or d'oeuvres duty that's hard to say well it's good that you're you volunteer okay say okay we were over at the end of the list here we got to start a new list who wants to go next week one and try to pair it with what you're reading of sort of yeah sometimes but the food but some people get really creative with the food you for reading a Russian novel which we are now which is a really bizarre novel called master and Margarita it's like an acid trip it was written in the thirties thirty sending or forties by a guy he never lived to see it published you wrote it in the end it was not published until many many years after his death it's this hallucinatory I mean it's just so bizarre thirty someone bring acid first name only should is very similar to a book I read about this bartender the master of the Margarita was one of very nice this has a talking cat in it who drinks vodka so that's normal it's really odd anyway my miscalculation so I'm if you figured it out yeah you signed up for something that you don't well I I was got up this morning and I was sitting there and I open up my phone and I I look at the date and I went veterans day yeah is this where you're gonna come shop in my in my house I might have I I the the the the the group meets at three o'clock Jeanette I've sent a message to our friend Jimmy sant'angelo saying I have made a horrible miscalculation can I procure some wine for museum now there's a there's a trouble still had that app available and yeah yes I have it on my phone a troll posts made an app that helps you calculate when liquor stores are open or closed well the app doesn't help and if you don't you don't open it look how much do you have to bring yeah well what was your assignment usually I bring usually I bring like true the three bottles of red wine and a bottle of white wine and maybe a bubbly so I I usually spend about fifty Bucks on one to take to the group you know I really don't like these people do you fairly spending fifty well it doesn't have to be horribly expensive one you know it's it's it's twelve to thirteen dollars a bottle wine and which in there plenty of good ones in that in that range just take a box because this is also Kerry how I know this is a book club because of something happen in book club happen on a night when no one can go to the liquor store yeah book club would be re schedule would be rescheduled because because there are so this but this is not a book club this is a literary group we do not rescheduled even if you show up there empty handed well I don't know what days of the week is usually book club but Thursday night Thursday night yeah because it's a Monday yeah and it's only once a month right yeah yeah see this is every week once a week and it is and it is being conducted by professor emeritus of Russian literature from from the university of Utah Jeanne fitz Gerald I mean it sounds like homework but there's booze yeah yeah yeah the it's sort of sort of I would love once a month that I have time to to read and yeah you know yeah I go through and make notes now we have and we have background materials this is a literary discussion group G. not sometimes our book club it we do a podcast actually sometimes the assignment as everybody listen to this podcast old mark which is kind of online anyway I don't know what I'm gonna do I made a lot of the past you have come shopping at my house I was just for personal consumption this is so this is for professional I don't know how much wine you have at your house they wine cellar I'd be I'd be more than happy to compensate you their basement it doubles as a wine cellar and shelter we we have supplies I'm afraid have toilet paper Jenny and might be out of town for the holiday I've sent I've sent him a text message if if you're desperate do you have that much wine available yes all right my I'm I've I'm serious I probably I would have but we had people over on Saturday so yeah I know she like last week I thought it was my turn so I bought a bunch of one counts right well well but it's gone from so it's all gone okay I should have just said it is like the legislature thought this one needs to shut down on the holidays book club I mean literary grow two Americans literature Jean fitzgerald he likes is one publicans are okay with Russians now you'd think that would be you would think done some vodka too I've got some now all right Hey Jimmy.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"If you don't try as homer simpson told bart if you never try you can't fail is right right right so which is very comical so that was that was definitely i would say like a negative part of my thinking that wanting to see myself as a victim supported in terms of the positive stuff that kind of pushed down <hes> i think if it meant that i for example was willing to put my mom through some really <hes> i what i did some really difficult situations where she had to stress in worry about me in what i was doing and i later learned that i have a positive power to actually burn value to her life and to make things easier for her and to help raise my sisters and things like that <hes> those are strengths that i had <hes> those the that is a desire for responsibility and to be part of a family that i had that i was that i didn't learn about myself until later on because i i couldn't see myself as someone who had assets right who had strengths to operators yeah it was always about while other the people were doing to me and non about how might positively affect somebody else or minimum not negative while which is definitely something well yeah so one of the things it's interesting with regards to the conversation about responsibility because one of the things that i've been talking to audiences about all around the world now is the idea that maybe maybe we find this sustaining meaning in our life precisely through the adoption of responsibility and you know you talked about reasons to be terrified of responsibility and i think those are valid reasons what if you try and fail especially when there's a fair bit of evidence around it that might be the most likely path and it is in some sense because you have to often try a a lot of things before you succeed. Even if you turn out to be a successful person but the price you pay for abandoning that responsibility is that that is where you find the meaning in life that can buttress you against the fact that life is unfair and and and and what would you call typified by suffering and also by malevolence levinson betrayal talked about discovering later in life that you could be a positive asset to your family. That's a big discovery man. It's really something to be able to wake up in the morning or in the middle of the night thing well you know. At least i'm doing something positive for the people that love me to not have. That's really a bad thing absolutely the other thing. Is you you you tone. You've had a two now a lot of the people in your life who might might have really important things to say you might possess some genuine wisdom but because what they're saying doesn't line up with the ideology you've unknowingly in most those cases clung to so strongly you don't hear them and so the good people in your life that actually might be able to teach you something and and you put the right idea in your head and plan to see that grow into something beautiful those people become less important to you and instead the the folks who are manipulative in some cases who you want to tell you negative things and wants you to believe that you can't do something unpleasant like you ma you are you are destined to suffer until the evil system around right collapsed ops people who tell you that variations of that message are the folks that you you hear from and that's sad because when i look back there were good people in my life and there were people who at my school who did do really well and i would say in fact. Maybe most people in my community made really good decisions and cared for each other her and did really good things and i was trapped in. I can see them. They didn't even exist in my narrative about my life. Those people were either anomalies or they just didn't they. They were not part of my world view at all yeah well. The thing is too is that people who start down the bad road. Let's say the bad road sake it's characterized by irresponsibility avoidance and and kind of cruel rebellion cruel and counterproductive rebellion also they also tend to be quite annoyed and irritated <unk> by counter examples and so they are likely to manipulate someone else a younger person for example or their peers into participating in behaviors that aren't in anyone's best interest because they don't want the counter.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Could make this decision again, would you choose to go to the beach weekend or to the wedding, although we didn't use that example in our studies? But that kind of thing would you choose to go to the clearly better experience. Or would you go through the routine thing your friends were doing on a regular basis? Almost every time. People say, oh, no I'd go to the exotic event. It wasn't that. They didn't think that the exotic event with better and smarter decision. They had no regrets about making that decision what they were anxious about. And we're using the word exciting was that. Maybe something would happen in the group that would forever change, the dynamics of the group, and they wouldn't have been there when it happened. But sometimes seeing that others are doing things that you can't do or that others have what you don't have doesn't merely produce feelings of envy it produces anger resentment. As we saw with Homer Simpson. When we come back. How a different kind of envy, sometimes called hostile envy can lead to terrible consequences. The more hostile forms really have to do with leveling the playing field. Not by bringing me up to where you are. But rather bringing you down to where I am. This is hidden brain. I'm Shankar stay with us. This is NPR. Okay. So imagine your life hangs in the balance. Want passing judgment on you and unelected white man in judicial robes as opposed to twelve random jerk from the street where.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"So that's why I pick up a new one. That's why. Start dressing like Steve Jobs or like Homer Simpson or whatever just where the same thing that use order in bulk cheaper. I mean the hoax. Oh, he's wearing like, I guess like purple ho Richie pants in bulk. Yeah. Oh like bulk. Yeah. But Bruce banner, I guess is always wearing like a green stretchy or purple stretchy pants. So that. He doesn't have to buy new shit all the time. Smart, man. So he became a doctor not the best doctor. He didn't experiment on himself became the whole. Yeah. That's better than doing an experiment on somebody else. And then they become the whole. That's just. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. I think he dear. Yeah. I think he's turned other people into hoax. I'd like to I I if if any scientist is listening working on this. I would like to be turned into the hulk. I'd like to get so angry that I turned into a monster or whenever I free. I frequently get angry anyway. Yeah. Whenever I get angry. I'd like to turn into a monster. Okay. Could be arranged. Yeah. See this is the part of Stanley that talks to me, he talks to me my rage. My with rage. He talks to you with your in-cell. Kind of really concerned about. Never mind. Thanks. Thanks for stopping yourself. It wasn't. It wasn't too. Tom. Nobody right in about this episode police. Fine. That goes for all the episodes. I would say. Tom say something nice about Stanley. I'll say I'll start. Okay, he seemed very modest. Seemed like I know what I'm doing here. Yeah. Look, I know what this stuff is. It's not it ain't Shakespeare I'm just trying to bring joy to people's lives. Yeah. I mean, he was like the consummate salesperson where like he was always hyping up the characters hype it up marvel and all that. But but yeah. In his like day-today life. He was just he always seemed super preciado give I mean, that's the thing. Like when he was going to these cons and everything like last year. I think he didn't literally call these things cons. He didn't he didn't need that money anymore. You know, like, obviously e yet millions of dollars. He will. He was not as is like. He probably should have been for having come up with all these things, but he was still very rich. Do you think he had? One hundred thousand dollars in the Bank. Maybe before the ghouls for those goals got two hundred thousand dollars. But you know, he genuinely he loved this shit. Like he that was one thing you could not argue like yeat loved these characters. He loved the world's he loved the fans like he could have gone away a long time ago and just been like, I'm rich also collect my royalties, but he can do that. And he infused a lot of like, really good. Morality into these characters. Like, you know, he put a lot of like lessons about doing the right thing. Even when it was difficult, or and you know, that's especially back. Then when he was purely writing for kids, you know, when it was only kids writing comic books like, yeah. He wasn't writing comics that were you know, like when I was a kid in the nineties, and like the the new wave of you know, people like Todd McFarland and stuff are coming up where like their characters are like super dark and gritty and beheaded people and stuff like. As like, a thirteen year old euro, this is awesome. This so cool. But like he wasn't doing that. He was being like for kids like let's teach them a lesson. Let's not have. It's about decency for. Yeah. Let's have some decent characters at these kids can look up to. And I do like. I mean, he's cameras were fun. Yeah. Those were fun. And I do really like the fact that it was guardians they galaxy to that. They kind of like canonize all those cameos is being the same person. Really? Well, they show a scene of him in space. You talk into the watchers and the watchers are this like race of beings. They did your member. The what if comics? Yeah, let's just say, yes. So the what if comics these are some of my favorite comics as a kid they were all like what if? It was like what if? You know, uncle Ben never died. How would things have changed? New flavors rice probably about that. I'll go bent him. Peter Parker's, Ben..

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"homer simpson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Don't say you're true sports fan. If you're not fixated tonight on Alabama LSU doesn't make you a bad person. If you don't give a shit. Nice little swear there at the those good. Okay. I have a take him e-. Everyone hated him for this. You agree. I don't think it's I think he obviously went a little little too hard. But the bones of this argument are kind of right? Do you? Do you not agree yet? But the only problem I had with it is he completely undermines his own point. When he was saying true fans. Follow pro college golf tennis. International. He lists bunch of other things that you could be paying attention to instead of Alabama. Which would also make you a true sports fan. But then again, it doesn't make you a true sports fan. If you don't give a shit. It's a it's a circular argument you have to you have to just follow all sports all time. But there is something to be said for like there are people who I think are fans of their team's only. And then there are people who are fans of sports in general. That's the better argument. I consider myself a fan of sports like a good sports sporting event. I don't care what level it's at. If you put it in front of me, and it's on TV. And if I could gamble on it, maybe a little I will probably watch your Homer Simpson. Holding the pendant that says TV sports on it. Right. Yes. So am I I love sports kind of get what he's saying. He's he's also because this is what happens now with Twitter to is like old guy says something everyone needs to it and says, wow, what an idiot when. Yeah. It wasn't the smartest tweet. And there was like he kind of doesn't make a lot of sense. But I understand his greater point. And that point I agree with. Wouldn't it? Make you a better sports fan. If you were watching like some division one AA football game care more about true. Just for the purity of the game. Yeah scholarships. I think Bob Ryan's also no free Buicks. We know saving. That's right chargers. Bob Ryan saw what's his name? Peter gammons started tweet. He's got to get in on that. I can't let still my show here. The best though, the the best response came from someone who who responded by Ryan street said Bob, I agree. My son Neil has been crying for hours because he hasn't been fed. But I won't even knowledge him until all the college sports. Are concluded. Thank you for giving us true sports fans recognition we deserve..

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"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It on the medical bills that doesn't sound appealing to me Me So, men what kind of respect you think that your wife would have for? You if all of a sudden you started make changes right? Now If, you started getting out of bed early in let's say just exercising it doesn't have to. Be crazy what if what if without telling your spouse you got out of bed tomorrow morning and you went downstairs and you started to exercise are you got. On the bike or that you off that old treadmill and started to walk on that treadmill again or at dinnertime you passed on the desert they saw. You what, if your spouse started to see you not have the beers at night? Or not have the the soft drinks of the soda anymore What what what kind of respect. You think that, your your spouse would halfway, and then what do you think that would do for your kids or grandkids what do. You think that the next generation if they saw their grand parents now making health in extreme priority in now and you're telling them you're saying hey Johnny the. Reason why grandpa is making health a priority right now is because I want to be able to tell you some amazing things that happened in my life I want? To pass down information that I think is super, valuable? In? I don't wanna be one of these people who have lost their memory and I'm in a nursing home and you guys come to visit me? In a nursing home at the last five? Years or ten years of my life I'm not going to let that be me little Johnny and you know, what, I'm. Going to work hard and you're going to see grandpa work hard what do you think that would look like if you're golfing with your grandpa with your grandchildren Well look like if. You're out there playing tennis with your grandchildren how mazing would that be but it doesn't happen by accident, and happens by the decisions that you make happens by the decisions that we make every single day we make hundreds of. Decisions that either moves us towards health towards victory or in our lives or? Moves us closer to sickness closer to disease closer to early death closer. To cancer and we have a choice to? Make every single day in my challenge to you Is to, make, decisions that movie towards health and my also my challenge to you and you know if you've been listening to me. Long enough that you know this show. Is not, about just fluff and listening and hearing good information, and then gone throughout the rest. Of your day I challenge. You I challenge you and here's my challenge to you step in to a new way of thinking. About your, health cut ties with the Homer Simpson view of life in general, it may not be Homer Simpson listen I know I'm not talking to only guys right now come on, how many women right now? They neglect their health they comfort e or they emotional eat and again this is not about men versus women right now let's burn. The bridges to that that stuff is is destructive that thinking right there leads to chronic disease, and inflammation arthritis cancer burn the, bridges to that, old by thinking I, challenge you burn, the bridges to the old way of thinking if you're if you really want to Change burn the bridges to the old? Life make a decision crossed the line burn the bridges never? Looked, back that's what you have to do, that's the whole point of this. Conquering cancer seminar it's not about people who have cancer it's about making sure you never get it learnt habits challenge. Yourself we're gonna have a challenge following the conquering cancer event where you can jump into a challenge in literally push yourself to be a better version of you why not why not why not make. This the season. Especially going into quote the holiday season why not go into the holiday season at your best I don't get it I don't understand why. Some people would settle for less. Or some people would settle for, a, lesser version of themselves when you have people in your life that you know depend on you being at your best. Why not choose to be at their. Best you, know some people say well you know it's just, me and God well you know. What how well do you. Serve God when you're sick and have cancer how how well do you serve God when you're not. Feeling well, when you're struggling with your energy levels how how well do serve, God so we're gonna talk about how Not only, prevent cancer but. Also how to lift a one. Hundred and good quality health and good the keyword. Is quality on that we're gonna talk, about how to make sure that your nutrition. Is impeccable, it's unbreakable. That it's unshakable how to make sure you build a titanium immune systems that you prevent virtually every disease if you can master this do you know that. Do you? Realize that? You can prevent yourself from ever, getting the flu and sickness again if, you know the right protocols so we're gonna talk about? The protocols that people. Have used all over the world to turn their bodies into cancer killers that they can literally build up an immune. System that attacks itself what you want to know that and so we're gonna talk about the, top three things top three toxins that you're? Exposing yourself, to on a, regular, basis that, is going to cause cancer. At, some point in? Your life if you're not careful whether it's you or your kids? Your, family you wanna make sure you get these things out of, your house so we're during the show? We've already given away a few. Tickets and we're giving away tickets At a, discounted price now this seminar I could easily I I was, telling somebody what. Is charging for the seminar and. He laughed and he said you're crazy why why why are you charging. So little he's like do you realize that the amount of time and effort and energy that has taken you to. Build this thing up in, the network of doctors? That put all their information into this and the research that it took he's like he's, like you're crazy for get he's. Like you're you basically given this thing away and he said you know how much money you could be making if you charge for this thing and here's the thing is I could make more money by charging more for. This event I know I could be but I'm not doing this event to make money I'm doing this conquering cancer events because this is information that I know is going to save lives. I know there's me you're gonna walk away from this, event you're, gonna know in have tools and resources for yourself that's gonna change. Your family's lineage I'm confident. I've seen that happen Linda came to our immune system seminar was Two years ago and in Linda's lost seventy pounds she has? A history, of cancer, in her family she. Actually had, cancer herself and here she has now she's seventy pounds, lighter she's full of life full of energy she can't believe how good her life. Is now it all started because she came to the event and so that's why we're. Doing this and we're going, to be giving away ten tickets already given away. A few of them at the discounted rate and so we're doing it for just two for twenty. Five.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of her for, wearing the, mama gown and I totally do think she looks like that Homer Simpson. Thing right. There, but that's not a life alert dude. Look a chicken I know jewelry I'm a I'm a chick and I know. Jewelry it is not a life alert Tweet I clicked on it what the hell are you my grandma Coming? Over there It's not Lillard Life. Alert oh my. Gosh. Okay Okay I don't think I just. Disagree I just don't think it's the life alert. Button Why would? She wear a life alert button. And where it out of her clothes like that Collapsed in if not for people around her she would have fallen to the ground, the hell does she need a life alert if she has. People around her, all the, time. She but she desperately want to believe that it is it so I mean you know not I just don't think Button that looks. Exactly like the life alert button and maybe she presses the button and the same people that, took a Vince Foster will come and take up somebody I. Don't know what, it is, to. Me a little assassin Has somebody bring her diet coke could be the button she, didn't press when Chris Stevens was in trouble could cook button Chris Stevens had had a life alert oh boy here. We go all foreign diplomat all diplomats should have live alert Wait a. Minute you're actually saying I went to. Far freaked. Out and you. Read over you. Because you to life alert button Are you telling me that he would not have benefited from a life alert Maybe but it could be this button that looks exactly like life alert but now that one That his repeated? Calls into her office to say hi it's, pretty sketchy here like can we get some security I feel like, I'm going to die All, she had to deal with? Praise her lap alert oh my goodness It's just too funny could cook but I don't know but it. Looks, just like Life, alert I'm just saying I. I don't know I just. I don't think. It is but there you have, it so we agree, to disagree, oh my word so. A couple of things also The oh. Now Steve is in on it My goodness Kids stand you guys. Can't stand? You do not. Right now You guys are so so what was it. Somebody I had all, the left lost their. Ever loving mind last night Well actually it was, it last night or over, the weekend I don't. Know because I think they're I think on the progressive left side they only live on Twitter They have their, bots and everything else so I have. Never in, any of my social media profiles I don't have radio America I don't list the numerous sponsors with whom I work and I don't have the NRA profiles in fact I think right. After, because it was November of last year when it was. Announced that I was going to be, the spokesperson separate from radio for the, people who read with pictures The spokesperson for the NRA I had the announcement briefly in my bio and then I took it out and. That November of last year because I. Just always have who I am in there but. I don't list I just don't I just, never because it's a, personal thing like my Twitter's personal and my Facebook is personal? Instagram's personal so I don't need to. Give the suggestion that somehow it's affiliated with. Either radio America or any of the, sponsors, that, I, work, with the same thing when I was at the blaze I never had the blaze in there I never. Had CNN when I was at, CNN I never? Had any of? That in there? But people are like why did you. Take your the NRA out of your profile and you know. How the left is one..

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"homer simpson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The best medicine on radio and i noticed the other day i was sitting on my deck and i noticed that was in the shade it was about ten degrees cooler there cooler in the shade is it learning yes you're always asked me that question when i'm doing something else i'm looking for something what was that all about just happened this is like the mystery of the homer simpson's foot there's a toy of homer simpson he's only wearing his tidy whitey's there's apparently some sort of electrical connection that goes through his foot and we're just curious i mean not enough to stop the whole show and talk about it but maybe maybe just exactly that amount about it so i was looking at gerontology we're gonna talk about scared you are of no robot domino because i was checking out in the hallway there might be no you hear that noise how load she times trying to get in they just did a whole they did a big study on learn get usenet formation about the sunburn study because we were talking about sunburn still bad as bad as it was back when they did that that video of you'll have to take her clothes off to have a good time there was an article i saw top twenty five celebrities and odds skin things they do for scandia madonna actually takes the face mask yeah and she puts them on her her bottom utah she wants she wants to wants to improve the tone in moisture well there's bad recommended but there's acne on the utah i think a lot of people in the there there you know sure elegant tissues if you want people into your tissue can't there are some celebrities that have have got it rigged now to where that's that's a story like a news story like special ones four bottom skin does it belong i don't see why you wouldn't wanna moisturised that area just like any other skin right neglect that areas just go by the pants you're working on new bill by by the pants with the collagen them and don't wear your skin pants without like implants i'm playing the collagen in the fabric remember it's gonna moisturizer i was thinking you can take it a step further and just have a sculpting you the whole thing the whole cast on your pants and then enhanced the beauti region they have pants within plants in them you know the the people don't want to commit to having implants you just put the jeans on and there's sort of a lifting patty there is a problem in america with with the detox it's mostly from sitting all day exercising that area don't get all depressing on us dan kind of flat but i'm sitting on it but syndrome i don't know this is the mostly guy okay i don't know how we got off on this tangent we were talking about moisture's ation and eggs yes no but i was trying to find the sunburn place in and it got me all confused okay keep that to yourself as you're confused let's only internet is is confusing me because i have the study and then it went away there it is john i had it it's no problem the listeners are fine they're doing great out there i'm frustrated by i the internet as many people are all right well you did mention the shape project and i want to be.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Madam she felt my hat next now don't try lee homer simpson said it best to bar you tried and you failed the lesson is don't try so you know some people are meant to be funny radio collars you you're not of that ilk sir you've got a skill set i don't know what it is but you've got a skill set go explore it appreciate it so we're not to shoot a cough construction issues okay yeah we're not here to entertain your caulking dilemmas used to be so great when you can get away with that back in the day when you could call places and not let them know they're on the radio how's the bassett ruin prank calls when they started they'd set you down to go listen you're gonna have to start letting people know they're on the radio and a lot of things we could be ambushing people out on the streets and doing all kinds of fun things is the best you just call somebody who doesn't even know oh that's lament the death of the prank call for one moment the jerky boys is probably the most famous prank callers but i don't think they're the funniest at all those characters that they did were were funny i mean the early stuff was i mean they broke the mold with some of that stuff yeah i don't know man prank calls of no fledged cow the crotchety man that he had a whole thing a prank call yeah yes back like when i was a kid and my parents have go to blockbuster music in the whole crew would sign the cd cd of mj branko yeah yeah he was a businessman so parents got parents parents loved mj man i wish people still bought cds we could we could sell cd's of rats or something like that was a big thing back in the radio i mean we still could yeah i just don't think anybody would buy so many how cool would be the legitimately pull up in a parking lot somewhere popup trunk shop selling mix tapes out of our trunk people would come for that i agree they'd be very excited i did see a a real life cannonball run when i was headed down to the skyway d do you know the cannonball run in the movie of the nineteen hundred and eighty s it was it was basically a coast to coast race with supercars now burt reynolds was in dom deluise sammy davis junior dean martin and so comedy and but it was based on a real life rally where you race lay you physically race cars so today i'm on i'm on seventy five or two seventy five before it comes seventyfive orange lamborghini two girls in it hashtag on the side hashtag two girls one lamborghini and they were relatively attractive and they're driving lamborghini which made them very attractive to lamborghinis go buy a mclaren goes by couple of corvettes a ferrari and i'm going what is going on here so i i called i'm sorry text the the one person wants i of course right reached by destination and stopped i texted one person who had known i takes pete and i said what the desire cannonball run going on and he said it's the cost a rally co sda and and i guess someone can correct me if i'm wrong at seventy seven five seven nine one hundred five i guess they do a real life road race from one part of the country to another idea i think that there there was a show that documented this remember what channel was on but i know they do this in in this country dates band.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"It's one of those things that i think will be around long after humanity dies the engine will just never stop it doesn't require humanity to care about it to exist it's just there it is there forever eventually it will become sapiens we will all be destroyed well joint wales and homer simpson it's going to be digitized us in there fighting all going to be spider s it'd be like tron records sucked into it someone just like program there's different tiers powered characters and stuff like that they'll do tournaments so yeah ai fighting each other so a lot of times it will be broken right but someone had to lay the groundwork that is the thing that they groundwork it's the engine that it is running in and stuff just gets fucked up though because there's like thousands and thousands of characters and some like the hit box it's just like a tiny little thing right this is the thing that you can see feet and that's all you can see cool yeah it's a really fun endeavor that i support wholeheartedly this makes more sense than a lot of the to bath yeah no school school anything else that's about it up on the screen on the close it yeah i've had it up keep it on you're just gonna watch it i know it's really energy it really is who's in this fight right dark ryu versus jin please evil eagle for mobile versus capcom school in evil ryu from street fighter three let's see who's coming up next let's see net coming up next on salty bet up next master hand versus aroo rule yuka this an eight here fight this is.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"The goals well the most after four successive failures it's like how homer simpson said bart he said to bart you tried and failed and then you try to new failed again what did you learn and and homer says to bart the conclusion is never try right and so if you fail a few times at attaining something of importance because you see that you have no discipline then the logical response to that is to cease positing goals absolutely and that's a that's exactly what happens and but we have through technology so have a perfect escape and that escaped his into video games where you can identify with the hero and you can lose the game as often as you wish to with nobody noticing and then as you begin to get better with certain it was certain manipulations you can play that game with certain types of people in an increase your your of skill set at the game but you're never able to translate that into everyday life where and so you start becoming addicted to that game which is which are designed to increase your dopamine without having to actually achieve any well the thing about the games that's that's different like the video games what's different so dame for a little kid has to be immediately rewarding that's why rough and tumble play works for example has to be immediately rewarding and then the game shades into real life but as the game shades into real life what happens is the rewards are deferred and you get more and more disciplined at not being immediately rewarded like when you're learning to read or play the piano for the long term goal the thing about video games is that they do require the development of skill but be there but the immediate reward is built in along with the delayed reward because otherwise the game wouldn't be fun for someone who's learning and so the.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on Recode Decode

"I don't mind i want to get to those but was called it just the angry and bitter part okay and win but that looks like an eight volume set okay tell me about why you wrote this you've been in hollywood for a very long career and i realize you actually for larry shandling that was one of your first ones tuck a little bit about what got you to write this what was the impetus well i realized if i didn't write my memoir who would that's a fair point okay it's in some ways my life is a lean in case study and because i've worked in pop culture people might not be interested in me but they might care about david letterman and homer simpson and so i thought it was a good way to come come for the the pub culture stay for the feminism because looking back i realized i mean the books about the three things i love most which are comedy creativity and equality and they're all intertwined throughout throughout your life don't you started to talk to me about the beginning because what you go into you remember funny family you're all cracking up you've got a pair of ants that are very funny your dad is funny would got you going in the area you you were at one point so you're going to be a doctor but your ta in college that no no thank joe because you sort of failed sales chemistry so i.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"All right i love these kinds of stories it's sort of my dog ate the homework stories but people getting stopped by the cops traffic officer or any cop you're on the street and you get pulled over all right and what do people say i'm not me that's always a good one or gm not drunk i'm just staggering and even to the right of that is almost like that watermark that sometimes is used to make it look official and it is it's very very tough although this isn't britain but it's a usa homer simpson license says usa and they got got birthdate wrong of homer because if you watch the show you know that you know exactly when homer was born may twelfth nineteen fifty six and on that fake homered driver's license i use more august fourth nineteen sixty three the cop immediately knew there was a problem with the wrong birthdate of homer that immediately set off the fact this is not a real driver's license just the wrong date i'm looking at the real homer simpson driver's license that is was part of the show and what i like it is six it's signed it's a picture of home winking one i closed and everything is handwritten now it's not bad you can easily see it but someone printed everything the driver's license number i mean it's and there is with a signature see that's the real homer simpson driver's license for this woman to come up with a fake homer simpson driver license and present it to the police officer what that's not good the car was actually seized because no driving without insurance writing without a license they i have a license it's not real the real homer simpson licensed doesn't look anything like that.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on PTI

"You don't want to know what's inside him that's all i'm saying and so we're moving along to next toss up who's throwing are you more excited about johnny manziel's or andrew lux johnny manziel at the moment is making a career out of appearing in pro days he was at a pro day at san diego he's at a pro day at texas am scouts from all thirty two teams were there they'll presumably not necessarily just to see johnny manziel i love johnny manziel but if andrew luck can pick up an actual football not a miniature football if he can throw an actual football he's guaranteed to start in the nfl johnny manziel is not guaranteed to do anything at the moment so the answer's angela while it is nice to see andrew luck is apparently moved on from levitation football i'm like throwing it like me tiny footprint a little one it'll me like like it's manziel because this rep to me this represents whether he makes it back to the nfl or not if you have not heard him speak since he has cleaned up now it's it is a revelation is like homer simpson in the simpsons when he gets super intelligent for one day if he doesn't make it in the nfl he will be the next great color commentator he'd be as eloquent and he realizes the irony slipping football sense luck throwing a real football matters next last one toss up lola sanchez stole home are you crediting him or blaming the pitcher first of all i'm blaming the manager because the manager does not have a third baseman anywhere near third base but when you steal home i credit the guy who steals home i don't care if you have a thirty foot rolling start and i don't care if the pitcher panics and throws it to the backstop which is what happens what happened because i think that the runner causes that panic i will say this and i hope you will agree with this of the greatest plays in the history of baseball team robinson stealing home resonates with everybody so i'm giving credit to this guy that however was in the world series rather than in the games spring drain industry they're trying to get nobody hurt between now and thursday.

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Someone actually handed the police a fake ID featuring Homer Simpson

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Someone actually handed the police a fake ID featuring Homer Simpson

"You don't necessarily want to do role while you're just put uva you'll whipped up on them by twenty put on your cupcake list for next year yeah yeah yeah i guess so and gordon when it comes to fake id's there are fake id's and then there are really fake id's then unidentified driver in southern england made news for the ladder when he presented a license that said that he was homer simpson the police department posted a photo of the bogus license on twitter which feature both the name and photo of the simpsons patriarch and who knows the man might have gotten away with it if you've done some basic research to get homers birth date and address correct the licensed gave his address as twenty eight springfield way but even casual fans of the show know that the family resides at seven forty two evergreen terrace police weren't amused by the man stunt and besides being in hot water for the fraudulent license he faces another charge after the officer of learning had no insurance hoops.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Homer simpson name ring bills worldwide i watch some sarah organ all still like i don't even know the fuck news they said you said i was like okay but before i was lab would at breaking bad as an honor uh so brockman the hey pally guy topfive alltime today burns i think burns is going to be an all of my top fashion i dunno of feed he's just order back he just kills me they even last night at watching homer goes back to college a ends he's he's like i know i'm on the board there and they they cut to the scene and he has just this like garish massive chair that has like a devil on top of it and like a doberman pinscher chain permanently chain to the arm chitere and they're all saying like he can't get in needs to domic agate and the school and so he goes a aboard much like a about a baseball team you as all like baseball down you and they're all smoking cigars like oh yeah he walks overdose mathers and he's talking about baseball smithers handsome a bat and he starts trying to club some guy anyway label what are you don't stop that gives you beating of a lifetime a good you're saying drudgery tatum probably gonna be a month topfive every time as more than fair more than fat looking right now to list to make sure to none i'll forget tatum's in there with adequate chalmers in their traumas might also always top i've just always to say.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Evening as you know it it gigs as it kicks but and and it rules his own again we said he's a piece of shit but you know with a with a piece of art like this i mean the artist all what a disaster at this hard i mean this is like grade a you know snap and arms this is like the movies that homer simpson is always watching them like a saturday afternoon just like this is the like the fodder for all the action movie jokes of the simpsons always made we do need to stop and say a special this episode has been sponsored right is been sponsored we said this from time to time you have these paid we used at a patron tear wherein you could sponsor an episode this is one of the last of those bright by not only a patron of the show but a friend of the show felipe severo i edit you know if you enjoy all over a lot of the show art you see floating around including most recently the brad snipes giving graphic that's it leaves work so this episodes were you buddy and you know here's the here's the joked that i feel like a like a film critic made in the 1990s hard to kill more like hard to watch and you know what that critic is wrong that they would be very wrong this is like i mean it's got everything due to air point it's got break in arms it's got fucking ridiculous electric guitars score it's scott sex it's got you know karate fight on i have a working theory that every seagal movie from the late eighty's and early ninety's were scripts that silvestri and physically wiped his disase with and then.

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"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"homer simpson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The hollywood stereotype for a midwestern middleaged middle class white guy is homer simpson exactly like old now i don't mean this guy might have a point i don't know if he'd i don't know if i had see the documentary i put the way i see the simpsons's like year exactly it's noholdsbarred everybody's appeared everybody's a stereotype it's a cartel movement eighth and it's not as if it's done in the malicious way or some sort of mean way they playfully make fun of uh uh religions all genres i mean the guy that runs the comic book store in the show is this big fat guy with a pony tail and a short shirt at the star wars nerd i mean i think everybody takes equal here in the simpson's i don't think it's racist this point out that our pu half of the run the convenience store in the show and he's an indian guy of the era of this documentary god is making this documentary better not washed feel a guy right because there has or south park for that matter either one i mean you can turn on pretty much any show there's going to be stereotypes in the put out a full documentary ripping on the simpson's i think that's a little bit over the top little ridiculous no i mean seriously though homer simpson is is a stereotype of of like me and you you know the the middle aged middleclass midwestern white guy chun's beer and watch a sports is kind of a doofus that's the hollywood stereotype for why did maybe we make our own documentary and claimed that a three thirty in a offensive i don't have the time okay and are not going any documentary you'll have the time because you're too busy destroying your coffee maker right you're that upset know let the curie company has pulled their advertising from sean hannity's fox show that you're one.

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