18 Burst results for "Hundred Ten Pound"

Gabby Petito Missing: Is There Foul Play In Her Disappearance?

Drowning Verdict

02:45 min | 4 d ago

Gabby Petito Missing: Is There Foul Play In Her Disappearance?

"Just a little bit of background. Yeah her name's gabby petito She's kind of petite. You know she's five five hundred ten pounds and was traveling From the east coast area from florida to new york and then going west leaving that van life Doing that sort of thing and also have a youtube channel documenting that stuff. Where even the description on the channel gets to me. And that's gonna lead into that one word i'm going to give you But nonetheless you probably checked it out a little bit about it Young fun documenting. Everything as if it's the only thing that the world happenings because it's happening to you and your documenting your video in it and you're putting it on youtube or instagram. So that sort of thing where it's really fun. It's important and sometimes you learn a little bit by following Somebody is not doing what you wanna do. And that's what they were doing in the van life type stuff So yeah it's been three weeks gone now and the some of the questions that i'm bringing up in this podcast. Are you know when i think about it. And i take time to reflect about the cases that i've covered that are bigger cases or at least they have been in the last year or two Things like suzanne more few In another case storm heslop was. Which is there's some parallels to what i'm seeing here with the storm heslop case but in those cases where you know girl seem one day and next day gone girl. They're gone nobody hears from him. And in the suzanne more few case husband is arrested and then in the arm heslop case. Boyfriend is not cooperating with the police. And that's why. I say it's really similar to some of the things that i'm hearing right now on the gabby petito case and is it a case. Is there foul play. Well if i compare and contrast between the two cases that have just mentioned more few inserm arm heslop then. I think it's like fifty fifty right now that something did happen So you know a did something happen. Be where did it happen. And who's involved The boyfriend is the last one to be with her. Obviously that's the life they were living in the van van life but right now seems like there's a lot of suspicion around him and i always say that that's where the police always go with investigation anyways whether it's the husband or the boyfriend the last person with them a family member as you just gotta treated as a

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I had just had two hundred ten pounds back a week four days ahead of Halloween and it suddenly occurs to me. I'm I don't have to be on a diet anymore. Yeah. You'd hit your target weight. I'd hit my target weight. And. So there in the hotel in the room was the minibar. Oh, my God fill you, you better believe I did whole hell, yeah. I did. I tore into the cookies the famous Amos they had those little tiny Snickers. They had it all man, and they had chips, and then I ordered room service. And then you've got right back up to two hundred ninety pounds. No, I did not. But I will tell you this. And this is something to keep in mind. If you are losing weight most everybody that goes on a diet gains, the weight back, and that's because it takes experience to lose weight and to keep it off. I've done it. Once I now know how to do it, and I will share that with you if you'd like I'm not going to do right now. So forget it. I'll share it with you guys as we sort of move along here in our time together, but. What happened to me back in two thousand twelve I just turned six. Oh, I just turned the big six, Jim. And you are thinking that you were you were dying. No, I did not what the hell kind of thing. Is that to say you wanted to stay healthy? Yes. I wanna stay healthy. But I also wanted to enjoy my life. So Phil, you don't see this, folks. If you don't have the video cast, Phyllis almost undressing almost taking his shirt off. He's so in love with his body tucked. She's oh, yeah. That's it. We are talking about losing weight. I just want to check myself the video cast it's hot goddamn. And that's why I'm taking my I'm not taking my shirt off on buttoning. It. So what hold on? What are you looking at general? I was looking to see if you were going to start you do it all the time popping at top button. Oh my God. I'm not saying anything come on, Margaret. He's not talking about anything that you when you get hot you start taking buttons apart. What are you talking? And that I that opening salvo BBB Phil I really believe the weight loss the heat brea, everything put the end the cold everything put together has grown a tumor somewhere in the front lobe of your. Thing brain nut thing as I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted. So I'm losing this weight. I start eating and what happens is. You don't really know. How to keep it off? You took it off. And it's off and your two hundred and ten that's buy target weight. And no you're putting it back on again. You look at the scale to sixteen to twenty well and what utilities as well. I'll I'll diet it off. But you don't really you don't you don't have any game plan. And you gotta have a plan in place that basically says for the rest of my life. I'm going to be watching calories or however, you do it for the rest of my life for most of the days of my life. I'm going to be counting those calories, and I'll give myself a break on weekends. When I found out my experience was that. I did most of the funding on the weekends. Well, yeah. Of course, you're going to barbecue. You went out to dinner. Yeah. Yeah. And. Eating ice cream, whatever watching movies, you ought to be doing all that during the week is when you exercise, and when you keep the calorie count down, and when you do all the sensible things, and that's what my plan is as soon as I get the damn weight off now other than the fact, I know that I'll do it Phil got a hold of a bag of these reese's pieces. The other day, I've been told that Phil was told that if you sort of go off your diet every now again, it's good watching you basically fill chef that stuff in your face. I wanted to we I want. I don't know. I wanted to weep like a grandmother. I didn't know what I wanted to do just what you wanted to so everyone here wants to die that Margaret ULA. One point not everyone's damn misteps. I'm saying you looked really pathetic shoveling that stuff back..

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But if you feel that way, you know, if that's your perspective, and it's understandable. You feel like, you know, the department of the fence pretty fucked you over I'll enough one of my key features with training is he who has lose. Right. So the first this with the most I is what the post is. You know, the ideas, you know, we we train ourselves to hesitate and to second guess, and how many people in the streets or anywhere else. Are 'fraid to make that decision. And that I mean a fight. Does it take ten or twenty seconds to call? It happens in less than a second. And so your mind has to be programmed to react when when it's time to react, you know, you gotta know the difference when you feel that fear and what to do with it. And that's a big part of all of this training. You see that law enforcement, especially. The opportunity lately training with police and. You know, this whole day, you know, this graduated with sponsored thing to have to go through, you know, escalate force what when you when you follow that, you know that philosophy. You're all you as good guy are always what's behind the bad guy. 'cause you reactive proactive. Right. So if you go to your taser he's already though. And your your way you're trying to catch blocks guy. And it's always for you. It's a it's a process of trying to utilize where three of the process to dominate the entire time. So there's a big disparity in you know, and. The approach get so it when he finally go lethal EMMY that guy's already gone lethal air, K it. So you know, you hear this guy he with the rock, right? So while you know, if you're listening to people on social media like your. Your call the pussy because guy had arrived yet shoot a given. Both watch big killed with one punch. Okay. The first tough made conscious. I fought it do one plex put my quick he was out dead gone. You know, not the first time I've seen this have to second guy. So, you know, do you wait Teague hit the rock and head detailed or do you? Wait till you get punched the killed or do you? Do you look at a guy that guy posted a threat posing a threat respective of size. Look, we watched Judy hundred ten pound chick taking down two hundred pounds, putting Liebeck put tears is man, you know, little man, a little woman can hurt you just the same, you know, whether the longer not. So a lot of that discretion it's been taken away. What we try to do society to do and the military tries to it tries to do it. They try to give you a date. Basic metrics to work off of okay? Here's a graduated response. It looks like this. This guy calls you bad names. You know, what I'm saying that this guy takes a swing at you. You try to defend yourself by subduing him. You know, this guy pulls a knife you pull a changer. He pulled a gun you pull a taser knows just like want. You know, it's always putting good guides at a disadvantage with guys like this guy Mexicali decides that now it just time ago lethal right out the back. He's condemned for now, we're never gonna win. No never gonna change for as long as manners alive will always have these issues. You know, it comes right down to the guy about field, man. You know when you make that decision. You know, you gotta live with the consequences. They may not work out the way, they can spend a workout or spoke to work out. You You know? know, my situation got right? Come back and get rolled up the airport, you know, probably next. Prod, cat Skype from my jail federal. But you know, it never works out the way think it's gonna work out. If people, you know, nobody's got your best interests in mind at the end of day persecution about you, really you date. That's what it comes down to. There's no jugs out there. Nobody else is. I'm convinced give two shits about one person in this big universe. Man. You're you know, you're dispensable. No matter what advice says so did today that human being manned. You gotta take yourself out for yourself. I tell you what I'm like with Jim juke said, you know. Fight. I with you know. I will swing..

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"He just knows Chicago and everybody gets murdered, and it's on the news. So I looked at him. I said, young man, we are in Chicago. We are in a dangerous place where people die. We cannot afford to stop. We've got to move now. And of course, there's like a florist over here Swedish pick over there. This is big that kid man, Sibley. This thing turned into a five k. it was on. All right. So he was with me in the hallway, so we're making great time. I'm gonna. We're gonna get to the car, at least I Mike into the car by the time, the fourth quarter starts, why could listen to it on the radio on the way back to the hotel. We get to that place. I mentioned we're gonna make that last turn left, and that's what the gas station is. Of course, how many gas stations and restaurants passed by now, like a dozen at least right. And finally happened p stretch out my calves a little bit. 'cause they're burning make the last half mile get in the car head back home, rocket a laugh about this late. Walk into the gas station. And this hundred ten pound gas station attendant comes out like where's your restaurant? He goes. Ooh, it's just coming out of there. It's broken. I don't know. Look, I had on my face, but I could tell from look on his face. It was not. It it was not friendly. And I looked over at Noah, and Noah was looking at this guy and I thought I saw him out the words. I think he thought his old man. We're going to kill this gas station attendant, this bare hands, and I won't deny that for a fleeting moment. The phrase, Red Rum flashed into my memory banks. We storm out of there. We finally get to the last half mile. Now the good news is the third time in a row. I've told Noah by now be on the lookout. 'cause I gotta go get to the parking spot. I think he just thinks we just the parking spot now this is what we do. Okay. So he was totally on the lookout ready to go right. So now we're gonna make it back. The we're listening to the game on the way. My internet goes out for minute. And I use track of where I'm at and I make a wrong turn. Siri comes back on proceed to the route proceeded the route make you tune right. She's nagging the hell out of me right now. So I make a u. turn to get back on track. And I'm in this place. I've got to get over to. I've got to get over to the right. Because my my ramp is right there, but there's all this traffic and and I'm trying to get to a place ragging get squeezed in, and no one will let me in. So what do you think I did punched it to get ahead of all these cars to cut them off to try to get onto the Andrea. Gotcha. Okay. Unfortunately, one of the cars I got ahead of is one of edmonston, Illinois. Oh, man. So I'm like, I get through. I get past these cars about to get on the interstate to Naperville. I'm feeling good get every every time I thought I was back on this on track. This city knocked me down every time. There's the on ramp. I'm outta here right. Be mere here, the shiny lights. I have to pull over. All right, and I don't believe Noah has spoken in an hour. Okay. And cop comes up in any always gives me the updated insurance.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"It's because they had a bad experience the first time around and that's why every body needs to make sure that they get this is that they want that matches her body, a six hundred sixty implant is not gonna look good on a five foot, two hundred ten pound woman. It just it's just I mean it's just too big. Yeah, this is kind of what I was trying to ask a little bit earlier in in a situation like that. If you just go into, I want these giant. It doesn't work for somebody's right it. It'll it'll look good for like a year or two, but I'm not, you know, and I really try to educate. And so as you guys know, I put everything out there, put it on my social media. I put on my Instagram doing my Snapchat. You can see all the steps I do from operation. I and sometimes I do consoles too. I, I talk about the reasons why I'm using the certain sisal even mentioned in operation the base with and all that stuff. And that stuff is really important because we know statistically, if you go a certain size and it starts to happen right around four hundred c. c.'s complication rate and revision rate goes up below that we're, we're in a good. We're in a good zone. Where that we are complication rate and a revision rate stays pretty low. That's why it's hard for me to talk on anything other than my own experience because I've had I had a good experience the first time I've had a great experience this time. So I mean, the I can just speak on my journey. You also do something in the operating room where you sit the patient up, totally about that kind of. Yeah. I'm one of the few surgeons that likes to use size IRS during the operation. It delays the operate, what doesn't really delay it? I think it's a necessary part because you wanna see how the implants look. When's the last time you went to a really fancy shoe store bought a pair of shoes without trying them on first. We pretty much have a good idea of what our size is, but sometimes we're off off by a half size and to me, that's not what people are coming to to get done. They're not going to have me kind of guesstimate what their size should be. I wanna see exactly how it looks, and especially for revisions, you cannot get away with shooting from the hip, doing revisions without using sizes, but even for primary argumentation, I wanna see how it looks on our patients before I commit them to that size because you're not here to buy a car. This is your body, you're making decisions about your body that you have to live with the rest of your life..

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"The one thing I never do. I've never even had the instinct to do is question why. Somebody wouldn't walk out of a room because I have been a room where I have been berated and demeaned and mocked and curse things that right. I should never have to add onto that that the person saying like, yeah, you got no tits. So you don't need to worry about that. Not even clan crime at level. One of that and I'm stuck in my shoes. I can't move. That's all right. And I'm scared and intimidated. And I also have a sense of the structure of the world and me walking out, doesn't fit in the sense of the structure of the world. So yeah, at level one, I'm suck my shoes. That's why I've never once questioned why somebody, especially when you add physicality into it, even be. Beyond the toenail of sexuality. The fact that somebody big and fat and strong and and you're maybe a one hundred ten pound woman, right? That alone. I think people need to take the sex out of these. They need to be thinking in the same way that I'm not gonna say certain words that this, this is not a forum for sexy stuff. If you if you had been working in that movie for six months and you guys were buds and you were telling silly stories, that's one thing. But this is a preliminary meeting is not your opportunity to tell me about how much you like a finger up your, but when someone's blow you, which happened, because even if you think that's a funny story and you're a nice guy if I'm twenty four year old single gal now I feel threatened. And it's the funny thing was I in that meeting where the guy said to my writing partner, are you guys fucking? I happen to be wearing a skirt. It happened to be floor-length worsted wool skirt, but it was a skirt. I did not wear another skirt in a meeting for twenty years because every time I wore a skirt something strange what happened. And I don't think it's because like I'm such a hot piece of asset that people needed to get some of that. It was because I was signaling by women Innis. And so it was just like they had to make text that I was a female. Don't talk about it. Talk about someone's gender, don't talk about the Orion. Tation, don't talk about their race. When you see somebody from another race, don't talk about the fact you like their tie food stop taking putting those things in play, and I understand we work in a crate a business. If it comes up later when you're making the movie or you're in a writer's room and you have a relationship with that person and they feel safe and you can talk about, boy, I grew up in a neighborhood where there are a lot of Indian people, so I love Indian food. And what is your recommendations? Try not to lead with that, and I don't know why it's so hard for people and to be honest. With you and other businesses, it would be absurd and I, I wish people would stop saying we're just in a business where blah, blah, blah. This is not a group of people smoking cigars on a patio who are who are friends this. I'm talking about things where you walk into a meeting. That's right. And and I think it's fair that we start to accept certain limitations. It's okay to say, listen, I'm a straight white male, and there are some things that I probably shouldn't say that other people in this room can. That's right. So I was in a room the other day, helping somebody out with a TV show, and it was it was three or four of us, basically..

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"It where anytime you deal with a wedding or a funeral, like the price of anything like a flowers flower arrangement, it basically triples and you're burning pet crematorium the whole pitches. This pets been a part of your life for ten, twelve years in your kids grew up at the pet, or you really just gonna bury fluffy out back. You're not gonna have any closure. Your kids are gonna be screwed up for life. You're gonna be paying for it in psychology psychiatry. No, I I mean, you can. You can get people in the obviously the up sell and and then you get into these these strange dynamics where if you do care that you're, you're lifelong pet gets put in the oven with five other pets, or do you want the oven to only fire your pet? Do you want mixed ashes or not mixed ashes? Do you? I mean, do you know the alternative is one of these places that we talk. To at one point said, you know what happens to at veterinarians, like it varies, but like a one hundred ten pound dog like you have to do something with that. And so you know, there's only so many things you can do with that dog and none of them are pretty. And so you know, there's a lot of like closure cleanliness, so margins are enormous. And the start up costs are a storefront or nothing. Pretty amazing. How many ways they're out to make money. I love it. I love it. Yeah, that that's, that's my favorite part of my job is we get to see the most interesting business models and and just really interesting people that we get to that we get to work with. So let's talk a little bit about briefly the history of the permanent equity fund itself and sort of the early advantages that you're seeing changing from really just doing what you do with your own capital to having a significantly larger committed pool of equity capital. I'm always interested by how that affects everything else that you do, and it's something that's obviously relevant for anyone out there. That's beginning something on their own. And potentially scaling that up. So maybe from your perspective, tell the story and you're thinking around moving from one to the other and sort of the early observations or returns on that decision. So I think that maybe start at the end, I the big difference we've seen as access to people. We have some incredible investors may obviously you and your family are are one of them in full disclosure. We brought.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"And all of the taste ps like the bsp berry cobbler i wanna talk about man so is this what the portmanteau were you like i like wine but i can't drink wine because i'm a dude and i have to call it man graha where did this come from no i mean it was close but i i someone saying hi to on the street thank you you know you live in a good neighbourhood by the way i'm taking my dog for walk in this neighborhood in two times women pulled over and offered the dog water not me the dog women are hundred ten pound black lab so i think he always looks thirsty main was invented when i had a little bit of white wine red wine left in the bottle and i poured it in the glass and i was like oh there's no red wine and at the time women a place where the liquor stores kinda far away and i'm not an alcohol so i was like well i'm not gonna go to liquor store all ready my bathroom so what should i do i took this wine and i jumped a little vodka into it i wonder how that will pay how stiffen up and dumped a little vodka into it and it takes like half ause like oh now i've ruined my wine vodka but then i thought well let's see if i can salvage this and poured a little bit of orange juice in it and i realize it's back i could taste it awesome so i just said i invented banchory because i invented like high octane sangria at that point that tasted good but instead of being you know watered down like taking wine and put fruit juice in it i put vodka so i like turbo charged my wind and took it up to like twenty one percent out the hall versus like taking it down to nine percent or something so that's how many greer got invented sort of a joke yeah in are you sticking with that original recipe and every bottle is just some wine some vodka some orange juice it's not vodka actually brandy that's in there but yeah that's it it's basically a pretty good wine from napa and a brandy and a little bit over shoes and it tastes fantastic port over rocks corolla drinks and the check it out yeah you and tom leykis in your wine offerings yeah tom leykis is another radio and podcast host who had on the program you should go back to the archives and listened to that episode i know you're a huge car lever i wanna talk about eating in the car first of all do you allow eating in your car and second of all if so so what is the ideal food to eat while driving the i don't have many rules as far as harn cleanliness and stuff like that i mean i lisa jag and and it's fine my cars are race cars mainly so you can't really eat them 'cause you're driving a race with bill couple there's all sick shifts and stuff but i would say the best is fries and the worst is probably burger because a burger with one hand means you don't have full control over that burger you you want to hands at ten and two on that burger and also you can't set it down went up an out it's on it's a commitment yes so fries are good because what you do is you get your kids or somebody else to order the fries and then you eat to everyone that they but it doesn't count caloric because they ordered them and you didn't finish them they did the only fries in the car though is the catch up because i always want to dip and i've almost gotten into accidents trying to tear up the little package with my teeth and like where do i squirt this there's no dip and you have to go naked fry yeah the worst pack it ever over that same packet where puts choice off in that you try to bite it and it becomes like weapon is in your wearing white shirt and it's all over.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"The top so i mean it's kind of a win win turkey said the linebackers get sucked right into the middle of the play they're going to take out of there you have a wide open passing lane over the middle for cagey stole this year swimming he thinks he's a name the starter obviously you still have a couple different guys to the he has to kip as but he is the definite favorite coming into the season swimming he's healthy are going back to arizona state i mean this is the team that hasn't really been relevant in the recent years i mean they got in kiel harry big receiver there for him for them he's going to be a guy to to make hopefully moves he has somebody has thrown the ball disley so i mean but as far as it goes with talent i mean this is the guy he's only twenty years old from chillier zona i mean six four to one hundred ten pound seaver you can't go wrong with that he's gonna play in the nfl size can just get you some places if you if you can get to the ball you got good hands your size will help you be able to locate that ball high in the air high point and pull it down so definitely a guy who has been kinda got in the nfl model tag because of the size and ability to do pretty much everything that he wants to do i mean maybe check his forty time that's about it all right so looking at the rest of this obviously we mix and match of these office of lyman trae atoms from from washington here from stanford can have as kind of a this without a stanford lyman kill it mcgarry also from washington calvin throckmorton coup last name calvin throckmorton from oregon also on this list as well and looking at the defense same thing defense is don't really get the big name i mean you can actually look those linebacker for safe for stanford bobby ricky he he's he's a big hitter this guy's gonna come right up on the line of scrimmage get up in the run plays also been able to be not to cover in you know cover the you're running back or whatever in the job back in zone or the plane amanda amanda this is a guy who can pretty much everything very let it climb baecker there at stanford as well as the also gotta look at marvel tell the safety from us's ball hawking safety plays a great center field there for usa also has the ability to come up the best safeties you can think of i know there's different to museum freeze aveeno strong safety better there's also hybrid safeties like their ed reed who can go out there i mean he's obviously one of the best safeties if not the best safety ever to play i mean you could ask charles woodson but i mean every play the game and you could be okay is going to drop back into the past coverage or he's any of stuff your stuff the run and guys who can do that are going to be very good players in the future and marv l is one of those for sure all right we'll come back and after the break into some more talk i'm going to see the these come out as they go along here these preseason all all team con congress teams will do the big ten when we come back and we'll talk about that after the break too.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"Our system and i won't judge you for it because you deserve something better than the life you're living but unless you're willing to take action you're doomed to keep repeating the same problems over and over again and women man i don't even know how to address what you must go through in these situations there's one time in my life with an ex girlfriend her name was melissa melissa listen i were down in florida on vacation and we had been drinking and we were out in and back at a hotel and she started crying and all these things i went and i wasn't mad at her i wanted her to stop crying like it didn't make sense see she was so dramatic and so over the top of which he was doing i remember going into the bathroom where i thought she was hiding pigro buyer by your shoulders and saying like stop like it's okay we're going to be fine like this is not that big of a deal and she was so petrified in that moment that i was going to become aggressive or striker or she felt scared and i felt like the biggest asshole on the planet 'cause i was never my intention i'm not an aggressive person by nature by remember seeing the tear in her face and feeling how small made me feels a man really is a human being like that i was able to elicit that much tear another person catastrophic but women and understanding what most now we're able to talk through that and have further conversations so i can understand what was going through her mind in that moment that's the best rumor reference that i have and lord knows i would never strike anybody let alone a woman and certainly didn't strike melissa but this was a real event that went on there was a real time where i can't even say things got carried out of hand but a little bit i remember smacking table because like she just wouldn't stop yelling didn't even know in why she was yelling i'm sure there was some reason i'm sure she had complete validation as to why she was young but i remember like putting my hand on smacking the table and my hand was wide enough and big enough that it either dented or broke this little concrete stand in the hotel room and it just got escalated quickly and really for no reason that's something that i'm proud of it's not like i said we are relationship lasted many months after that and i certainly would never strike her or anybody else but these conversations that we had afterwards helped me understand how fragile that balance of power really is is he in that moment melissa really felt defenceless here i am two hundred point probably eighty five pound man six one six two around this five to five three hundred ten pound little girl little woman i mean she she was a woman of course but and she just felt helpless i have to magin that what you feel like there's no way out but if you're unfortunately if you're fortunate to have children but unfortunately that you're in a situation where children are involved in this how do you get the children out safely how do you make sure that your safe in that they're safe in that the man that's potentially threatening you're abusing you can't harm them or you because if he's done it before without being provoked then what would make it seem like he wouldn't do it once you go to leave the best thing i can say to that you have to do what you have to leave you have to get your kids and protect them you have to end up being the alpha for your family and that's choice you have to remove everybody from the the craziness that's going on there whether trends whether it's family whether.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Of ways of beating darth maul and that's my point number two counter point shape you've really don't expect us to believe that terry mcginnis can lift fifty tonnes how did he move that older then you're referring to guys on outside of the show who are basically taking this one example and ignoring every other episode he moved the boulder because i mean it's cartoon physics for one and it was under water and we don't know the weight of the boulder they're surmising the weight but if he could do fifty tonnes how could four one hundred ten pound girls with no extra strength manage to subdue him in the episode of the future well was that what did he permanently stay dead no that was a time line that changed afterwards but it still it still happened to quote a term from you what a survivor and he gets his butt kicked by regular henchman like the cobra guys and like the jokers who were just regular guys if those vanilla humans can fight him like that and beat them in some cases he can't do fifty tonnes moderator you gotta get to word on that do you really believe he can do tons so if the boulder is literally it's not literal it's a cart okay so darth maul is literal character is that what you're telling me well he's appeared in live action books and animation but no no no i'm saying that the using an outside source that is trying to apply real world physics to comic books how much does a rock solid piece of rock that's a size of a two story house way i don't know man would you say it's more than what ten people could lift but this was a rock that was in superman fortress right sure limestone which is the normal thing no you don't know the type of rocks and superman's fortress he keeps an entire zeno biological garden where he collects things from all over the universe so he could have had a super light reight rock no so j in this episode what he does is he rips up.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Throw in every cartoon voice in the world good so i do my own carlos south rocky fucking come on bush legend this is terr strong how exciting your old hat carlos citing that you're here first of all he's a fucking brownie to what a great shirt actually he got to lift terror over the threshold here studio has a broken foot what what did they both almost went ticket and gay at the same time understand this because you're both almost wish right i have a i have one hundred ten pound bernese mountain dog i two parodies right and she's delicious and she was at the bottom of the stairs she rescue girl i had to left to go anyway he pretty girl at school and i fell down the stairs and i like to and got guess how many many fractures i have you guys been apprising guess fire higher twentyseven ooh like more than samuel jackson on breakable less less a little less precious right hire more than bruce willis less than higher higher higher higher higher higher than twenty seven fourteen higher than twenty seven do what hired where wait a minute mountain dog is fucking worth it spike lee's forty fractures in a move and you'll know sorry louise all's rocky i always get it wrong funds downli swearing now do i always rolled back on air niro like you hates donald trump and okay so in honor of fishbone one of my favorite bands do you want to play it first or you want me to to they know they're talking about sean and you just do it.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"But i would see all kind of weird stuff and i'm like okay it is that normal i mean i now know my gut health was pretty compromise at the at the time duh but back then nobody was talking gut health stuff so i didn't know anything about it um but yeah i i think my body was probably killing awful lot of that really bad stuff that i had allowed to fester and in my stomach and so so yeah a lot of that stuff was coming out new kind of freaked me out because i had nobody to talk about why is it that color why is it that consistency and so that was i wasn't worried about it as much as i was what is this kind of thing it it just it was so new to me that i didn't know what to make of it of course i was and tell him a doctor anything at the time about what i was doing i was doing this threatens them did you dr did you have lab labs before user though gosh i wish so the remember four hundred ten pound jimmy moore was chugging sixteen kanza coca cola and to hold backs boxes a little debbie snack and fast food i didn't give a real anthony about my health at it i didn't even know the triglycerides was an no it a fasting insulin was so no i i it now i wish i had but obviously those numbers had to be you know probably on the verge of type 2 diabetes um which is why still deal with insulin resistance probably still today uh but no i didn't have any of those things run january medications retha will when i started remember as i was on high cholesterol medication so at that time which chris store uh and then i was on high blood pressure medication and um and and the advert for uh for respiratory came off the veer within about six weeks i just stopped wheezing anna came off the high blood pressure medication after about uh two months i believe it was i was getting off the couch and.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"That there introducing these new modes it's taken care of that worry a lot juicer mix joint put it into the right yeah you then have to turn that anya i i think i think but we had discussed there's there's enough play an enough wind and movement that even when the trive your your big lenses on a tripod it's still not always solid because if most people don't shoot with the proper level support that they need so if you're shooting the skinny leg tripod and you have a six hundred ten pound nikon lens on it um it's never going to be it's never going to be solidly stable what about uh tripod materials net his theory three or four do kind of materials use you've got aluminum you have coopted fiber basalt and would is there in optimum platform material to use support material for super chela photos because they know that uh by carbon fibres great because it's very light bid it all also oscillates in the wind and i know that would is probably the most stable when it comes to absorbing vibration so do you have any experience with that influence on milos go carbonfiber soda i if i if i was a landscape photographer knows shooting with a a puny fourteen millimeter twenty milwood mere lens may be oh it try some what um i i think the carbon fibres great so i don't see any disadvantages athlete carrying these lenses around a nickname yeah freight sowed some you know kind of back to technique um you really have to concentrate and.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on About to Review

"The nerd family as his big family you know i wear all budget geeks who are passionate about something by the one thing we have in common is is what has brought as here to this place and is like the judgment freezone ozzie that airplanes right turn off my shade meter you know it's like it's down like low as i was like is down it's not off is down every created in my in the enter to be episode i come through some shave this hundred ten pound black panther cast blair a but do you buddy do you had visited but it was it a little guys often yeah i can think about ten characters that a meta pork butter but the media their worst the thing i mean do him good do you bu bu bu bu bu do you bu zero damien i were walking around that the pictures that i like to take the cost players you will see million hardly clint you will see a million jokers all of that i like to see the old school want or the different once a week there was a hawk man in an old school outfit there's a plastic man those types of costs play one another guy's he was armed solemn solomon solomon grundy randy yeah like that was and i was like i didn't even know that this guy is caused by king solomon grundy because he's though basic it's like the most amazing by mike good i now that's a shock and that you notice that are there's a couple pennywise is that there is a girl just as pennywise but in all blue with blue phase and set of like the red smile on the red hair and all that she decided to be the blue version so that like the depressed version area the anyways am and a couple of giorgis islas i'm not like okay here's my judgement um i won't a black flag latte but here's my judgement why are you letting your children caused play.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"But i was suffering for what i called the in a black box of anxiety i didn't know like couldn't explain it to myself in a couldn't explained to other people and it had actually asked one of my clients a overweight rock clean obese five with three three hundred ten pounds 53 old boyer at one time i'd ask him to take me to the emergency room and i looked like i was in great shape and so that's why called the black box because i couldn't explain it to him easily thought headtoheads when i asked him to take me to the emergency room msa couldn't explain it to myself until i guide told by the doctors that everything was okay with me and so i'm sure that people listening suffering from anxiety no it this feels like an i'm sure that we can also relate to the people around us who are going through see struggles that they are undergoing a living in a black box where they can explain it to you you can understand them on day can explain it to themselves in an everybody is just in the dark and that is so frustrating because there's no communication there's though expectations and we really are just confused because it's all a mystery amassed one of the hardest things for us to deal with is that mysterious element around thanks just like when someone is hiding something from us it really is difficult when we know that they're hiding something when we have that sense that they're hiding something to become so frustrating you're when you're waiting for results from a test whether it's your drivers exam or a health test in a causes a lot of anxiety south what i did was i did a deep dive into trying to figure out everything that i possibly could in order to overcome my anxiety nashville lunar interrupted america's.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Hopefully they'll read viktor frankl because it's on the syllabus not because they're fucking depressed someday as like yeah and it's so it tries me nuts because everyone does this socio economic bullshit the all the all the kids need to do it all the time like i open sunny store every morning ago hey champ excited big day love having you here this is gonna be great and i just leave and then italia who sleeps two hours longer than sunny does at nine thirty i just open her door and she saw on logs and you know fill the hundred ten pound lab just coast bounding upon their dives honored churchill just huge tongue just lic licnen or face and laying on top of her is your qorschi screaming like no no but i know it's a great memory and i love it like and i don't do it at six in the morning our wait till after nine thirty wants a basically come on time now but the idea that she decides his puge dog lane and and ice like i was in the kitchen today and fill was just sitting in the kitchen and sunny just got down on one knee and he did i kissed him into this like feeling startalk and it's weird boys a fairly boohbooh drew you know nights like he's having this moment with his big dog like why wouldn't you get a dog why when you have a dog for your kids like that such a memory.

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"hundred ten pound" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"hundred ten pound" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Because of her petite stature fifa two inches and one hundred ten pounds she couldn't where us issue uniform and had to acquire a south vietnamese one on the black market she braved snipers shelling monsoons fire aunts and a monkey bite as well as west more orleans order it came after west's morlin saw denby faucet a young female reporter for the honolulu advertiser and a family acquaintance reporting from the field citing security concerns and despite the long tradition of female war correspondents west morlin decided that women would not be allowed to stay overnight in combat quote an edict like west marlins would prohibit women from covering the war it was a knockout blow to our careers we had to fight morressy merrick recalled in the book wartorn the personal experiences of women reporters in the vietnam war along with an brian maryono a journalist for the overseas weekly who later retired from the washington post morsi merrick appealed to defense department officials including phil golding after a round of drinks and morressy marks hotel room golding agreed to lift the ruling and if you are wondering if i slept with him more wrote the answer is no after her yell bowl conquest morsi merit confessed that in her quote excitement to enter the press box she had quote forgotten to learn anything about football she recalled with gratitude one male colleague who kindly guided her through her first experience of punts and plays quote some day a granddaughter will see one male thorn among the buds in a press box and will express astonishment at his presence in a female domain red smith wrote on the occasion quote it would be nice to be able to say then yes child but men used to write sports to why i was there when the first girl football writer dot dot dot.

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