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"j. happe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Place and Caleb Caleb Rossiter there. It was. It was a bizarre how I got here because I was approached actually perfect couple of wealthy individuals. This is like The things you hear about that they said, Greg, we wanna fund fund you. We love what you saying We love how you say it. Your message of unearth is thriving and prospering and what you you talk about? In my book and give we convene. In fact, they wanted to create a five a one c three nonprofit for me to run. On Gui started looking into and the same time I got a phone call from Will happe of Princeton. Uh, famed atmospheric physicist. Um, he says, you know, approach me by joining and I looked at the CIA to coalition. This is just a group of Just some of the top climate scientists in the world that Asshole. We there 60 top scientists that are part of this. We again We believe its CEO, too, is in the miracle molecule, not the demon molecule. And that it's quite the increase of CEO. Two in the atmosphere is actually beneficial. It's not. It's not leading to catastrophe. Um And so we way provide. I'd like to think we're the tip of the spear. We provide the science What I'm doing now, in spring, my my skills with communication. And outreach just was with people like you and getting that word out there to the to your listeners of content, things that are contrary to what they hear every day in the media. What is the reason that the people who who propose and push things like the new green deal? Why are they trying to do this? Then? If the science doesn't support what they're saying? Yeah. You know that? That's really good question. I I'll turn it around to you. You are just as qualified in every single one of your listeners is just is qualified to tell Mei why they're doing it. Cause you really talk about political science Now. I don't wait. It's not science. So why are they doing? They're burned another way to say it. How? Why are they lying to us? What is it? And we could probably come up with You know, number you know that control isn't regulation. Is it? Taxation? There's a huge pot of money. Huge, huge part of money out there. It's redistribution of wealth. From from the average person to the elites were behind it. That's where the redistribution of every Al Gore's carbon credits and all of that name for me before we get off the phone, right. We got a couple of minutes left name for me some of the inconvenient facts that you cite in your books. Well again, we hear of carbon dioxide being this danger were actually worried about 400 parts per million. Right now. The average throughout Earth's history was 2600 parts per million 6 6.5 times what we are today. Um, we're actually if you look over the recent geologic past that we've had a significant decline for 2500 parts per million down toe. Nearly what I call the line of death, which is 150 parts per million, which is where plant life can't exist. Now, that would be a climate catastrophe. So we're actually if you look at it. The Earth is actually experiencing CEO to deprivation. We don't have too much CEO to we don't have enough. Um, And the increase is here to the big thing is the Earth is greening. In other words, vegetation. And every Mitch system on the Earth has his seen vegetation and grazing so desert start expanding their shrinking of dry areas whose area the Southern called this a hell in the Southern Sahara. That's Turning into a lush grassland on deacon, even just Google, NASA and green and see what you find out. It's a good I call it the biggest, untold story of the Late 20 s and early 21st century. This This idea. And then the fact of Ah, prospering and thriving earth and humanity is benefiting from that. It's a good story. Yeah, this, uh are the book still in print? Greg? Inconvenient Fact of It's I'm working on my next book. The title is a very convenient warming, and in that I'm looking back through her earth in human history and It's It's really great story. These past warming trends. Remember always times of great prosperity and bounty. It's the cold periods that report terrific. And it isn't that just opposite of what we're being told. We're being told fear the heat, No welcome. The heat fear the cold. The cold periods have been just Devastating Davis. Horrific, horrific and again just opposite what we're being told. What were people find out more about the CEO to coalition? Then go to Seo to coalition dot or g'kar to learn more there to learn more of my work it inconvenient facts that X Y Z as the books make a great Christmas gift. It's that time so inconvenient facts would be a great a great gift for that. Idiot nephew Billy, that major didn't sustainable development at the University of Cincinnati. He needs it. Believe me, we've all got. We've all got nephew Billy's that way. 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How to get clean air indoors when its barely safe to breathe outside

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:07 min | 1 year ago

How to get clean air indoors when its barely safe to breathe outside

"On, the show yesterday we talked about how good ventilation and air flow can help reduce the spread of viruses in shared indoor spaces but during big wildfires like the ones in California that are sending smoke across the United States right now or in areas with high levels of every day air pollution bringing in air from the outside isn't a good option and filters get a lot more important. Jeff Siegel is a professor of engineering at the University of Toronto who specializes in indoor air quality. He says whether it's a standalone device or smart building technology there are options. So for example, the. Controls for ventilation systems can take into account the quality of outdoor air and we've got wildfires. So we're going to prioritize filtration and win outdoor equality becomes better. We'll go back to using more ventilation. That's not anything complicated in the world of of operating a building. You know if we think about residential systems may be you know things do get a little bit more complicated because people don't really have control in the same way over their ventilation and filtration. So maybe it would make sense to recommend portable air cleaners right? which is a lot for. Your average consumer to think about and is happening at a time when there tech startups that are promising to purify the air. If you buy their, you know extremely expensive new devices like how should people examine those claims? Yeah. I think with a lot of skepticism. So there is a high bar that device has to demonstrate. Know, independent evaluation and research. That suggests that first of all the devices GonNa work second of all that the device is not gonNA cause harm. A lot of devices 'cause byproducts. So for example, ozone mission or other things which are harmful to the indoor environment. So what I always tell people is go to independent review sources, things like consumer reports. Or the wire-cutters, they review portable air cleaners those see quite quickly what types of air cleaners which are generally speaking traditional happe- filters that are being recommended. Yeah I mean there's inequality built in there too. Is there also an opportunity to make it more broadly available? So it's not just people who can afford to buy an air filter new heating and cooling system. Yeah. I mean that's the issue that keeps me up at night. Right is that you know we do have a societal inequalities that translate to many aspects of health disparities including indoor air, and so for example in. I sure hope that all the school districts that are addressing covid are thinking about what are our most poorly ventilated schools that's where we should invest our first dollar. Jeff Siegel is a professor of engineering at the University of Toronto experts say the unhealthy air from fires in California can actually make people more susceptible to covid nineteen because their lungs and immune systems get overtaxed.

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"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But in spring training, and that was a long time ago, and obviously it was interrupted the season and since he's picked it back up, though, tonight he started to inch up again, and it's not just about velocity. As I said, it's about life life on the fastball. He was thrown out by some hitters up in the zone, and then that curve off of that high four seamer Was really devastating Finish pitch for him and then in Fastball Council get those changes that will put together a good one last night and after sitting for 11 days, that's not easy to Dio. Uh, what do you think of what he had to offer last night pitch with a chip on the shoulder, right? And he's obviously got it. I think it's become public now. You didn't agree with again Skipped over. You know he had what he termed is some disagreement with the manager and Herringbone about his usage. So yeah, it's nice to see a veteran guy with a chip on his shoulder. I think he probably pitch is better that way. J Happe. He has something to prove coming off of last year, he I think he felt like No, The baseballs are flying out of the stadium. I'm probably as much of a victim as anybody in the game because of the baseballs being juiced, so to speak, and that's his style. He's a fly ball fastball pitcher, so he was victimized by the baseball much, much as much as anybody. But it's the same baseball for both sides, So you have to adjust. You know, it's not as if he was using one baseball on the opposing pitcher got a different baseball right? That That's my thing, Whether whatever the environment is if the run scoring environment is higher, or the baseballs are flying. Yeah, we can debate that. But it's the same baseball for both sides. So if you're a pitcher, you've got to adjust your team's going to hit more home runs, too, for you. So if you're here, Ray goes up. That's fine, as long as you give up less than the other guy, and that's the way you need to look at it As a pitcher. I always joke When people talk about the stadium, I say, you know, it's not like the post pushed the fences back when the When the other team bats, you know, so it's the same for everybody. The interesting thing to me about Hap was like I understand why he's a little ticked off, but I would be too. He's obviously coming into a contract year with the option stuff. He had a really good spring training. He was throwing the ball really well, so he feels good about that. He gets shut down. Then he has squabbles over his contract, and then he gets skipped over which listen. You had two off days, the middle of stretch. We're gonna skip a starter. He's the one you're going to skip, but if he's taking it personal, trying to continue his career I understand some of that, don't you? Absolutely a veteran guy. You know, you're always going to be And I know speaking from experience. When I got into that part of my career, you're going too easily more easily be feel disrespected, so to speak, You're going to say Wait a minute, I I can still pitch here. Nobody believes in me. And that's something you can use for motivation and I look like That's what he did in that start, and he still can't control his own destiny. I mean, He's obviously got the the option year that that is going to be triggered by appearances. A pro rated amount of Ah starts that he's going to make so that that's a delicate situation for him and the way he answers. It is the pitch well to force your way through. And as you said he was the obvious guy to skip because he struggled and his first couple of starts. And that was a statement. Start for him last night. That was a statement for him to come out and say, You know what? I still have something to offer. And you need to give me the ball Every every time my turn comes up and let the chips fall where they may as faras his option year and what the kickers are, whether they gets triggered or not. I got a few more for you. Just so lightning. We're gonna be here for a while. Can you stick around for Bob Users? Update would come right back. Absolutely. David Cone of the Yes Network is a kind of tow, walk a few booths over and help us out during rain delay. We'll get to your calls it a little bit. 877337 66 66 Sweeney murdered at Yankee Stadium. Yanks and Red Sox and rain delay. We're coming right back after Bob's update when you're driving to and from work, listening your car to Boomerang Geo Morning 6 to 10 and amigo in Robert's afternoons from to P. M to 6 p.m. Followed most nights by Yankees baseball exclusively on your flagship station for New York.

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Changes in Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World with Brian Roemmele

Voice First Health

08:27 min | 1 year ago

Changes in Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World with Brian Roemmele

"Today. We're going to do the same thing. We're going to start looking at every single way that patient interacts with the medical system and the medical system with the patient. Now one of the things we can do is to try to diagnose legally and under Happe- And and other laws and Rural Medical Association requirements to help diagnose individuals to the degree that we can use voice in and of itself Symptom recovery and symptom translation within the guides of the I. Protocols that we've created and what I call human telemetry these of bio sensors. We're going to start seeing a rise of bio sensors that will interact with AI invoice. I devices for a lot of reasons number one just as a early warning system. For example I I work on a number of telemetry systems with my intelligence amplifier. It can tell whether or not I've gotten a fever or my average core. Temperature has fluctuated or my heart rate. Variability or any number of about forty five different sort of telemetry point. Some of them are redundant but conf confirmational even even an inner ear device or a near field voice first device like an ear pod can read the ear-drum and there's a lot that we can get out of the ear drum number one human human temperature to pulse number three heart rate. I can go down on this. It's also the endpoint of dilemmatic system. The eardrum is part. In way of the lymphatic system. There's other things. We can determine because the lymphatic system is reaction point to any pathogen with which has been discovered by your body whether it be white blood cell to another immune system response so moving forward. We're going to have this symphony of of bio sensors. That will either be put on you when you walk into a hospital. Hopefully copper contact points and and it will start diagnosing you before a medical attendant gets to see you so you're telemetry is now in the system again. This has to be done with extreme privacy extreme compliancy to not ever being on a publicly available network. I'm going to be very clear about any device I talk about should never be on the Internet period. There's no discussion about it. I'm not talking about encryption. Talking even about blockchain saying it never goes honey public network. That's how you're sure that it's never to be compromised. The more you giving up your privacy on these human telemetry devices the more you have to give in privacy and if we don't move lockstep with both of these at the exact same time we're setting ourselves up for repercussions that really. Few people can understand will result from so we know that there are a number of signs of any virus within the human body and one of those things are your temperature gradient. Start Changing so we have an early warning system. I've a temperature. Their Voice. First device is notified of this. Let's call it. You're a device voice. I device by the way to me. Isn't again the ones that? I want to build in the stuff that I'm building is an intelligent assistant tuned to you to Europe particular Your your particular personality. Your particular outlook your particular goals motivations and it notices a number of things. Your sleep pattern has changed. Early Warning System. How do I know that I've gone? Through a couple of thousand public database. That's now available of all chronic viruses I downloaded all the reports and I'm already all the studies. Research Studies was put up three days ago. And I've already come to some amazing conclusions about all Crun- viruses. I'm not a medical doctor. I do not have a single degree. I never went to university. Technically so I'm just some guy so take that with the level of Whatever But the reality is we've drawn some conclusions from these studies there early warning systems and again people with degrees and and all the other things that are required to do this legally can come down and look at the information and I could say okay. Some of the early warning systems are sleep pattern disturbances Digestive pattern disturbances. You go into the bathroom too much or too little Your temperature gradients of change. Heart rate variability has changed. Your blink rate has changed for example we route. We now know that one of the early warning signs for Kovac. Nineteen as it is for some forms of Novel Krona Viruses from the studies. That we've downloaded here and on the AI on Has A an IT? Usually some kind some kind of change in taste and some kind of change. I blink in Potential even pink eye is one of the implications so these are early warning systems. Right now Terry Right now. There's millions of people locked down and her saying do I have it. I need a test I need to know I need to know a need to know. Okay you know. Maybe maybe you need to know if you're somebody that's in a high risk area you know. Maybe you need to know more than somebody that isn't high risk to me is one thing and one thing only immune system period I have to say that today and again I'm not somebody with a degree saying mom somebody who's done research the thing. The one thing that makes you vulnerable to anything is compromised immune system so if you have a compromised immune system and you have some of these other patterns and you have systems that we will design post twenty twenty pandemic and we meaning. Hopefully everybody in this community of inventors and creators. We'll be able to say with a an apple. Watch type of device. A Air POD type of device will be able to say a lot more clearly. What your daily biometric patterns are light through this telemetry and you can choose an electric to give that to your doctors. Medical database and the doctors medical database can function on that on a higher level. Giving Terry Fisher a report. Every morning on all the patients choose to participate. So now you have true telemedicine post. Two Thousand Twenty P pandemic refinery going to start embracing true telemedicine because financially the entire world is going to break it has broken to a certain level so we have to rebuild what we think medicine should look like and not through special interests because most of the laws in roles that have kind of plot piled on top of each other for the last hundred and fifty odd years have been built like most rules and laws through special interest when large resets. And it's another thing. We went from one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred. Nineteen World War One World War Two and by the way nineteen thousand nine hundred nineteen Pandemic correlated to World War One. And there's a lot of correlations to that get into that kind of function technology today but because there's a technology angle to that but what we're going to see is hopefully irrational discussion in the United States and Canada. Around the world about what this medicine look like in his post twenty twenty panic

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"j. happe" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Back To Work

"Five by five dot TV. Slash should be as in brothers to is in the number W as is in walrus slash four three judges say said for forty four or thirty four he's in my neck and nineteen eighty eight eighty eight squeezing my neck in nineteen eighty eight eighty eight Charlie early Bamut Charlie Babbitt about one hundred dollars <hes>. Did you have something to tell me about the that you like Yeah I love. I love to tell you about my molecule molecules that I have. This is my favorite it air purifier. I have this at home and we keep it in the main what we tend to call the family room because technically. We don't really have what what you would call a living room to me. I feel like it's a separate thing. It's what we call family room. I don't know why we call that you give a family room parlor. You could have a living room. You could have a we call ours a lounge a lounge. I met Star calling it lounge important distinction but wherever you are you're going to want that heir to be clean you wanted it to be clean and so we put this so what the the molecule is a it is an air purifier but it's a reinvention of the air purifier at doesn't just improve on existing technology you know blow air through a filter and call it a day and that's basically the technology that we've had for ever since they first invented you know the the concept of an air filter back in the nineteen forties and that's most if not all other air purifiers filters whatever you call them. That's really the the technology that most of them have and that's in part because it's a very good technology but molly hill takes it further than that it introduced a breakthrough science that for the first time is capable of destroying air pollutants at molecular level hence the name molecule they use something called Pico P. E. C. O. P. O. Technology that goes beyond regular filtration which is usually happe- filtration it doesn't capture but it also completely destroys the full spectrum of indoor air are pollutants including those that are thousand times smaller than a happe- filter can even trap one customer even said that she's able to breath Renault's for the first time in fifteen years because it helps with allergies it helps if you have asthma it helps with all of this stuff to to a really really high degree and I can tell you and of course this is just an anecdote but I can tell you that since we put this thing in I feel it collectively as a family but me directly my and I I I do have a small degree of seasonal allergies. It used to be much worse but since getting the molecule. It's really really improved it for me and I it seems like again I don't I don't want to jinx it but this is really really made a difference prince for us. I can only imagine how much help people with asthma or other breathing issues or just people with really bad allergies. A lot of people have have told me you know usually they'll they'll tweet me and they'll say hey you know I took a chance. I got one of these things and it. It's helped me a lot and that's awesome because gets one thing to say hey. Here's a co-sponsor. Check him out. It's another to say this actually is really helping people and that's that's really cool. These things are beautiful. They come in and awesome awesome package there these beautiful aluminum monolith <hes> cylinders that that sit there and there's you have an APP that lets you control it on your phone. It has a silent mode. It is so much cool stuff that you can do with it my silent mode right now. You didn't even notice it. I didn't even know you had it on and I will tell you that I have to my office because I want my air cleaner here. I'm on a mission high would do that I would. I probably should do that. My family would get upset at me because I do have an air filter here but it's before I knew about at the molecule and it's just like one of the you know just playing like half a one cheesecloth basically so they have a special deal for our listeners seventy five bucks off your first.

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"j. happe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We know what happe- Jesse. It's called back to the future, ladies and gentlemen. Brand new segment. We're gonna be if we have to take something when one of our pertinent teams going on that were going to do it. So got Louis going on. Always said the news and I'm gonna tell you right now, I think, Jesse what you ended up going over to Wrigley field to covering today was not good. I would've taken Saint Louis plus two one and a half. I know yet Cole hamels going. You got Michelet going pitcher that has had some good days had some bad days. But the Chicago Cubs David, I think you'd say what up and down right now. Yes, they've been a little streaky. Yeah. They've been a little streaky lately, for sure. So you liked Mika loss and the cardinals over the cubs today. Yeah. Yeah, I liked them over the cups today. And I'll tell you what I would have done if the if the game would have been tonight, it's interesting that they were minus one thirty. So you know what if they put it up on the one line, which they'll do a little bit later on? I would say, take the one and a half and Saint Louis, but you'd probably have to pay like one hundred forty five hundred fifty dollars because Saint Louis is not a bad baseball team. Thirty one and twenty nine while which icago cups at thirty four twenty seven while it won't count on my record. I will tell you this. That I'll be surprised when I'm listening to this tonight. If the cups just ran away with this thing and one six two one seven how are you seeing, you know my philosophy because I'm around the team so much. I it's the Doug before because people ask me all the time cubs going to win today, study long study wrong, that's my but, you know, hamels actually pitched better lately. That's what's the whole starting. Staff at a slump. Then they took a they had a day off last week and Saint Louis, and they started pitching better. So I would say this I if I had to play something whatever I would say it's a low scoring game today. So that's my, my pick. I don't even know what it is. Seven eight I I'll take the under in the cubs cardinals game. We'll see if we were. Right. That's exactly. Right. So it would be the cardinals with me, and it would be at the under with you. So if you wanna fade us, go right ahead because, you know what the, the under Jesse likes any take the over and maybe take the cops who knows. That's the fun of back to the future. And I hope amls had a good game today. And now most going game would ensure that Jessica, yes, it would this is the odds couple every Friday, Jesse Rogers, sitting in for carbon to Falco six to seven o'clock, make sure you tune in, or you can hear the replay tomorrow morning at eight AM last segment. You gave out Detroit. We were talking a little bit about Eleanor legalizing gambling. Of course. That's going to be a topic every week on the show. We've got NBA game four finals tonight a Stanley Cup last night's Saint Louis with the wind. Wow. What it come back after being getting down to one in the series to win the next couple of games? You want to go to the NBA tonight. That's a huge game four coming up. I got to tell you this stall can anybody wanna a game anymore. Can anybody win a race without a controversy? I mean, whether it's you know a player being shoved into bicep that flies into the stance or whether it's a racehorse another horses off or getting in his way. Or whether it's a tripping, call doesn't called. Yeah. I mean it's ever. I gotta be honest with you. The media media's completely lost their mind. They, it's like they forget about the whole game. And they just look at this one thing it's been two days obsessing about it. And really when you look at the scheme of things the games have been great, but they're focusing on stuff that has nothing to do with the game at a time. I cover sport right here about it with unpire all the time and you have eight other innings or whatever to win a game you have one hundred sixty one other games to overcome a bad on part. You know what I mean? I'm I'm sort of with you. I don't like the complaining about referees and umpires going to even out over time. I understand in the moment. People are going to talk about it social media's gonna light up. But I don't disagree with what you're saying. There's other moments in the game. Sometimes you have to overcome a call that goes against you. I like where you're going with that. Because you're right that tripping non tripping. Call is going to be talked about talked about talked about if the blues end up winning the series. And you can't you know, we're going to talk about the. Basketball game in the next up, we're going to talk about the Belmont, which have both been controversial. The horse race was controversial. The Kentucky Derby, was the Golden State deal has been controversial. I'm just sick and tired. I think the people who watch the games are sick and tired of people saying always got a limp was sick before the game. Just play the damn game and quit making excuses for everybody. It's become almost totally saying that I'd also like to say, I don't know how people like Charles Barkley or, or Chris Webber, or Mark Jackson can say it's okay for superfan like Drake to grab a coach here in a game from behind. I'll say that's totally appropriate. And yet, if a guy flies into the stance into the fourth row almost hurts people coulda pulled up decided to show her how hard he saw something. I'm not taking it away from them. Doesn't apologize. Anybody in one guy just gives them a little tap, and they give them a five hundred thousand dollar fine. That's not appropriate. I don't understand how one fan. Touches a player once and is out for a year. And I know he's a minority owner, but people expect better of that. Come on. It's ridiculous. We've become too soft. I would never blame player for hustling, but I will agree with you that there's a double standard out there. If the guy was not an investor. He probably be banned for life. I mean, there's different levels of punishment for different offenses agree with you about the Drake thing as well. If it was a regular fan if either of those guys were regular fans. They've never step foot in those arenas. Again. That's what they would do. They ban them for life. So this, this guy that pushed the guy I don't know what the punishment should be. All I know is if a fan did that he would be gone, keeping log on by the white Charles Barkley was offered Drake touch into coach. But I guarantee you him or county or one of those guys will say, what happened the other night with the owner was inappropriate. Don't forget, the players right now are saying they don't even want owners to be called owners. So there's a big rift going on the NBA. Anyway, it's a social warrior league. I get all that. And I. Above all, the, the different things that happen. But sometimes you gotta take a step back and say, on d day on d day are we really discussing Kyle Lowry being shoved from a mosquito. Give me a break, man. Well game four tonight, Mike Golden State backs against the wall. We can use all the cliches, they're down to two one bottom line there at home on the line opened up at five and a half. I think it went down to four and a half. So people already betting Toronto, the over under a to fifteen but I'm sort of fascinated with Golden State at home with their backs against the wall. People are still betting the raptors. How do you see it? Well, I'm not going to give out my picks. I got to pick, okay. But I'm going to give everybody a little education. Okay. I'm here on a lot of Toronto stuff curry almost. I mean, I think silenced, everybody the other night. That's why everybody was talking about the Lowery situation. 'cause it would have painted eighty percent of the media to talk about how a guy stepped up. The best. I think player that's changed a game since Michael, Jordan and got the job done. He didn't get a lot of help. He didn't get a lot of help you understand it. But it's the same game if he had is Siaka the problem is, is Toronto gonna come in there. Really? And as I look at the money like today, just and I see, I see Golden State at minus one ninety six. So another words, folks, if you think Golden State is just going to win that not by four and a half, not by five not by six, whether they cover not Bellamy have to win by one. You have to one hundred ninety six dollars to win one hundred. And if you bet Toronto to win straight up, you have to bet a hundred one sixty seven while both casual fans I think you have to what they saw it the other night Thompson, coming in with the bad of bad lake Durant is going to be out. I sat death three weeks ago every. Everybody was lied to by the Golden State Warriors, or they weren't conjunction to help K D played this little game that they're playing. He's not playing again this series you win one hundred sixty seven dollars. So to me, I think the oddsmakers Jesse still respect. The fact that Curry's on team equa Dallas on debt team. Draymond green hit a horrible game. You always follows with a great game. I think they still think in world. I'm not giving my pick yet, but enor- world with the money line. I think they think that golden stay twenty tonight. Interesting, you say that, you know, the value in what you just said, would be to take Toronto on the money line. My point being if you do like Toronto in a lot of people obviously do because the line's going down. If you do like Toronto, you may as well. Take them on the money line, and get that nice payout because what's the what's four points? That means it's kind of final shot type stuff. And maybe, maybe that's what it'll be. But just if you want that value. Now, having said that I. Agree with you. And you kind of said, Golden State could not play worse on defense and Toronto probably could not play better on offense. Is that going to happen again? Here's what I here's what I would do, just if I was unsure, I was Toronto booster. I wouldn't do what you said, I wouldn't take them on the money line. No, I take them on the points. I take the points at plus four and a half. Okay. They may lose by three and then take Golden State on the money line. If you want this way, you can win, both if Golden State, wins by two you got the money line, and you've got the raptors plus four and a half. You've you've really it's not a middle you've just won both ends. And I've done get three times this year, that is actually interesting. Now, of course, if Golden State loses you're gonna you're gonna pay extra tubes. But at least you win the Toronto bet you, you, you don't lose his bad. That's that's history. If you think this is one of those close games that comes down to the final show. That's not a bad strategy. That's not a bad all the way to go to me folks is take the raptors plus two four and a half take the warriors, minus two one ninety six and if they win both..

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"They everybody and welcome to the bachelor or happe-. High me, Hugh, with the lovely and fold Haley strong Healy how're you doing tonight? Let's get sick and. Yes. Seem to be too man at the sewn, and it was Was like. like people standing out to me and not in good ways. There were some nice cameo is that we had. I say, I, I enjoyed watching this episode more than I've enjoyed any episode of this franchise in a very long time. All right. People had some drama that meant nothing and didn't really matter. And it wasn't like racist or anything. We got some producer fourth wall breaking we got very drunk Hannah, which was amazing. Got a bunch of hot, dudes falling on the ground. That's true. That's true. I just really enjoyed watching this episode. I don't know what it was. You know, it didn't it didn't drag on not no pun intended. Was fast paced right? Funny. Yeah, it was it was a lot of fun. I don't know if I was just like in a good mood because yesterday was a holiday Monday for us or what? Yeah. And I had a large glass of wine before at dinner before, watching the show. I will say for those of you listening. I sustained an injury right before recording. I had to delay the podcast for a few more minutes 'cause I accidently kicked, a piece of glass, and got my open or fine. But here we are. So if I pass out at any time, it's because I've lost a lot of tobe lead. It'd be the first medevac of of the podcast just on side with the roller derby injuries that we witnessed. Yeah. See if you can like if I pass out you'll have to like, call Ethan somehow. Yeah. How do I shout through the, the airwaves here? I think you'll be able to do it. Okay. But yeah, glad that you're up to podcast. As Cam would say, y'all toes don't matter, but we get all your toes. So. Well, let's see where do we begin? Let's, let's go to the pattern. So when I heard it was going to be a pageant, date, like Like more. more than when they said when Chris Harrison said with special guests miss j Alaska. Illicit edwards? I think I literally screamed I was so excited. All right. Well, I'm glad to have you to talk about this because I know you're huge top model fan. You've gone back to watch past seasons. I do I did love the show back in the day. So I definitely know miss j. I am not yet a real repository grace. I just haven't watched it yet. But I know we've got awesome coverage on the network and that you are a fan and my new fan now just based on these experiences. But can you tell? You are familiar, of course, if you like them on this, Amy, you're gonna love them on the show. So. They judges contestants are they on recent since they're contestants? They were both on season five and all stars to. I actually have like a pup vinyl figure of Alaska on my bookshelf, behind me. I love Alaskan I- loveless Edwards. Love miss j like you said, I was I'm a huge America's next top model fan. I'm a huge drag race fan. I watch drag race. I'm not even joking every single night before bed. Oh, and it just happened that I was watching I'm I'm on season. Five right now again. Like the ball before five billion times, like I know the, the series off by hurt by this point. I don't know how I wasn't spoiled at all. Like, you know how they do the previews usually, and I saw Mischa in the preview at the very beginning of the episode, but I don't know if they didn't show Alaska Annalisa, or or what I'd missed it was, but I was show excited who really awesome people to bring on. Elissa is known for being a pageant, Queen who won miss gay USA or miss something or other a while ago. But then she lost the crown some dramatic stuff Alaska is one of the funniest people who has ever been on the show. I just I could not believe that we were getting such amazing LGBTQ plus representation on a prime time show..

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"j. happe" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on The Working Experience

"But they need to be monitored. Like this story's coming out like like, the small town in Florida with a population of twenty thousand people were they were prescribing hundreds of thousands of pills like that. Didn't raise a red flag to anyone. Nobody's like, hey, this doesn't make sense, right? But but again, I go back to like the head of the pharmaceutical company does not like, I don't know him or her any trust. Like, there's not that kind of understanding with a doctor. Like, there's an understanding of trust that I can go to you. And you will do the right thing by me. Now, if you just take Dr Smith who accepted fifty thousand dollars in a bribe and his then dealing or doling these drugs out. I mean, it's like how do you go home and sleep at night like the pharmaceutical person, I understand they don't care whatever they never see these patients to them. It's all numbers. It's all money, of course. But to this doctor, it's like man, there is a special place in hell for people who do think like, yeah. But these these doctors are just writing they they may not even be seeing these patients they're just lending their signature to the to this essentially better, no fraud. But they they know what they're doing. I mean, they know the destruction. And again, you place your trust in these people, and it's like you make enough money as a doctor. I'm not saying doctors millionaires, but like come on you not making minimum. Wage. Gimme a break. It just so, but, you know, getting back to to smartphones and technology like, I think that's where the problem more lives. Not in somebody's job. It's like, you know, we'll have jobs. I mean, everybody has job to go to there would not all these issues ten years ago twenty years ago. Like, I really think it is this two points. I ironically, this this barons article the data was pulled from an app called happe- FAI. Yes. Which which? Examined almost half a million first time users on the platform between December two thousand fourteen in January twenty eighteen so that's I Ron, and I agree with you on the on the smartphone point let me just wanna come hold on get off your phone and the half affi- app. Give back to work you bum. Maybe I down Lear. I downloaded that Halfaya. See if it can make me happy. That's what I thought was nice. You thought it was an out to make you here. We go. And then I was gonna bring up a point where you now have a believe it's the United States and New Zealand or the only two countries in the face of this earth where it's legal for drug makers to advertise on TV so you we've all seen him. We've all seen these ridiculous ads where it's like are you suffering from ING Sidoti in depression will zinc tough will solve all your problems in. There's someone running in the in the metal or a dog like everything's and people will go to their doctors and be like, I want this that I have these symptoms. Give me this pill, right? And the doctors are getting pressure and the sales reps are coming in for this pill like oh, this really works, blah, blah, blah. And then patients are asking for it. It's approved. So what's the doctor going? They do say, hey, go read a book, or you know, why don't you go outside and run two mile. Once you get a little bit of exercise or once you get some more sleep. Why don't you eat better? Or is he just going to here? She just going to prescribe the pill. Well now a dog. I think a doctor should say go outside and run. I mean, the thing is this is not an earthquake or sue NAMI like people made this happen. Like, yes, you have doctors who are saying take this pill, take this Oxycontin, or whatever. And they could have said, no, look, this is bad. And I don't want you taking this. I mean somebody somewhere, and I'm sure some doctors did do that. I'm sure many doctors would say, you know, to people. Hey, look, I mean, this isn't going to solve your problem is what you need to do..

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"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Twenty aircraft with. Tony the Mets are trying to bounce back in last night's loss. They're playing the brewers in the second of three city field right now. But it's not looking too good. We'll get the very latest in this live from the fans at home. Or that gold keeps getting wider every time. I thought you without so Milwaukee Noah syndergaard's work is done for the night. Five inning to gave up five runs and putting a couple of home runs. One defend gamble is. I the other Christian yelich his fourteenth of the year. Also, a two run single to Eric themes and honored run back of the I I think eight Alonzo throwing error and that allowed the brewers to get on the board. But then Robert Selman came in. He was roughed up his last time. He was roughed up against tonight. It gave up a double to gamble and then after two hours Christian yelich was intentionally walked to get the Mike stock is that the more out though, stock has singled intellect and that brought home gamble with the sick than walkie run. Only run for the Mets tonight has come on a wild pitch. Michael Conforto at the plate through a walk on that ball wild pitch. And Jeff jumping Neil raised him from third with the. Only met run. So it has nothing pretty nice for the Mets. They scored much over the last couple of games. Just two runs. One tonight is looks like they're heading for the third straight loss pitching, very well, either Noah Syndergaard with another shouting fix one Milwaukee as we play bottom six here city. Field therapists Yankees beat the giants. Oracle park today. Six to four Gary Sanchez hit a grand slam up. Derek Holland in a fit providing what turned out to be just enough support for J happe- fired seven scoreless innings a five hit ball hats efforts. Almost foiled though is Louis says a made it a nail biter coming in on the ninth and given up to a rather a three run Homer and a solo homerun before relatives Chapman retired the side for his fixate rounds.

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

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"j. happe" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on The Short Porch

"I mean, it's just I just clearly just donor sent old age. I think everyone should just look the same. But like thirty year old like sixty year old Barbara the nine year old by ROY. And it's like us like I was like blown away by how good looking mammals. This should not be mixed with the order. We've been doing it. But J happe- ficials. So we'll talk about do you think there's a potential six starter situation brewing. Or we think we're set with five. I think it's probably five. I don't think they're going to. I don't know. I mean that this is why really did not like to see see Subekti assigning. It's a terrible signing. Hindsight. Yeah. I mean, I don't see them. I don't know if they're going to trade for like, a kluber or Bauer at this point. I don't see that. When you have the s networked outta graphic today of all their stats side-by-side. Nice. Yeah. But still it's it's not as. Fucking Harvey got. One year eleven million fourteen. I thought. I don't I saw Levin might have estimators. They get the probably think that's crazy fourteen for that had like a decent second half. The angels can. One year. I don't know. I don't think those that wild. I guess not. But. The angels just throwing money at like the like, they don't invest on anybody. Good. It's hilarious every single year worst people. They'll never have a good team ever. I guess tawny. But like, I don't even know what kind of pitcher is gonna be no he's not going to be a picture. Okay. Let's go to we have a bunch. We're going to ratify shown somewhere the answers the. Take too much time on them real quick. So this is from max, you can only choose one Machado kluber. Machado. I agree. Consider the fact that we have which is crazy to say out loud. If the give up Andrew Harding, get kluber. Right. So what hit they're right? Okay. Here's one of the crazy people that I was talking about here's Collin Collin says what's your guy's thoughts on them holding onto Sonny gray and using him as the six spots six less spot. Spotter spot star. We're having him and CC split home road starts. No, no. The home of road starts is like makes a shred of sense. When you live that really. I mean, you have road trips and stuff you're starting once there's gonna be no rhyme or reason to how often you start know for sure that. But also the fact that yes, sunny had a better road era. Look at the teams that he pitch well against on the road. And it seems he didn't pitch well against on the road. And then come back to me and be like, oh, he's actually really terrible at the sport. Good for him. So no, I actually want to try. Sunny, gray. Like we're going to for looks like good value unless this is all smoke. But I don't know why he's been trade yet. I actually think there could be censu- strategy of let the pitching market clear up, and that we anyone who still needs a pitcher is going to be super desperate supply. And man, right. Right. Luke Ciardi says as they are today. So this is without Manny. Are the Yankees capable of winning the World Series? I mean capable. Yes. I don't like their chances. They're hundred win team in with an improved rotation. And the answer is yes, they're definitely capable two years ago. This teen years ago without the MVP of the National League was one game away from the World Series things. Just didn't break their weather Red Sox just got really hot. I don't think that's sustainable for another year. I don't think I think that rotation for the Red Sox wildly over performed. I don't foresee that happening again, but the Astros the Astros are there. But we were also ex percent on my laptop worst thing that could happen. This dies in the middle of it. We see that would richer that'd be bad. Keep going. Okay, go real quick. I guess Brian acorn would you be opposed to signing two of Machado and worked out? We talk about that. Oh, Ryan can't feel which to back and relievers. Do you want personally, I want to the know and Britain? OT? Just sounds like a Yankee because he thinks he could strike out Babe Ruth every time. So that's cool. He's also nasty..

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"j. happe" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"It's gonna happen. And like, it doesn't answer your anything. It just gives you feeling. And then like in the Pok Mon one it gives you like you have a question a couple of questions first, and then like some of them will answer and then. Happe-? Right. So it sets the mystery of the story, but it gives a lot of the story away like that cool. So you're you like the teaser trailer for toys story, four the best of all three of these. Yes. Okay. Cool. I do too. Official cheese trail because Piazza's teaser trailer suggest. Teaser trailer reaction. That's what the ABC's says after that. But it's not a reaction at all. So there you go. Yeah. And the reason that I think I like the teaser trailer is because I think it really does play into the title of teaser because like you said Ted, none of this is going to be in the movie, and it's one of those things that just it's just introducing hey and movies coming out, and you've been there for the first three you're gonna come to see this one. And we're just teasing you because hang out, and eventually we'll put out a trailer that you're gonna wanna see and you're going to come see the movie because you're a fan, and we're teasing you with it. Yeah. I mean, I think it's brilliant and just to add to their brilliance. I did our first gif image on our website. Did you see that? No. I did not. So the for this this week on the website. And normally put our trailer junkies podcast square up there with the poster. Okay. And this week. I put. All four of the Toy Story for trailers that they rolled out last week and has Woody and has buzz on on just the plain background. But it doesn't even have a title. So it's it's really awesome to me because I've seen this go through the generations. And in twi- story one and two kind of generic they did the normal posters with the full Toy Story logo and all the whole title treatment. But with three and the clouds, right? But in three they did something different where they just put the number three up for the teaser trailer. And it was the three in the style of the Toy Story logo. Toy Story font all the clouds in the back with the clouds in the background, but it had the three with that kind of fun toy outlined and then for this one. They just took all the words away. They took all the copy away. And it's just the character on this this darker, kind of a beige background, and for buzz light year and. For woody. I mean, I have Woody on my phone because it's such a conic pose that he has there with a hat, you know, but then they do it with forty and they do it with a duck in bunny and to me to have the the ability to just do that. And to say, here's here's three characters. You know, nothing about with no words on it whatsoever. And it just has the release date the release month and year, and it's so simple. And it's and it's just a beautiful belief in your brand, your brand is so strong that you're going to know that you saw the Woody poster somewhere else, and now you're seeing bunny and Duckie, and you know, that they're related even if you don't even if you haven't seen this. Yeah. No, it's very cool. And I was worried when he talked about putting the gif on that it was going to be like, you know, maybe me picking my nose. That's that's for our. That's for a second aniversary. Yeah. There you go. Okay. Bye everybody. Bye. Bryce, you have a good night. My man. Alright. Send us to break say we'll be right back after this short break. We'll be.

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the Ari. The one happe- podcast. My name is eyelash here to talk about the season seven finale can't it up by myself. So let's not wait any longer to bring in my co host Adam Bongiovanni, Adam what's going on nothing much. Just literally finished the finale like an hour ago. So I'm raring and ready to go. All right. That's good fresh for both. I also finished it not too long ago. Nothing says you're doing life rate like you have time to watch. Are you the one in the middle of a week day? No exactly that definitely reflects us as individuals. Noche AM. I'm proud of it on pressure. Yes. So big picture, you what's your initial reaction to the finale with before we really get into anything. I guess I don't know if felts we've talked to this before before we got on the podcast that it was it was short. It was an hour. I feel like they gave us three hours at a time. Like usually just throw a bunch of stuff atas when I tuned into my recordings. I fully expected that it'd be able these two hours of our either one. So I was kind of pleasantly surprised because I for my time schedule, I was happy. But like in the whole grand scheme of things I feel like it was felt kind of short. And like they were kind of finding things to throw in there for the literally made them go back into the house. That was I they they've never done that before they were w like fishing content for this last episode. See that's interesting. I. Yeah. I was also wondering if I love myself enough time today for gas was gonna end up being towers. I'm happy with an hour. I don't know. What else they could have really done in less? We like slow down either. If we slow down the progression. And how'd you like a full day into the new breath Brett truth booth, and then had the match up at the end of the emphasis on or me glass?.

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"j. happe" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on My Black Friend

"It's almost that weird, Tim Tibo thing where you're like when they were in their team, you could not get more polar opposite. I get it, but I'm saying when they were in it wasn't the worst. Like, no, it was just all the other stuff like you couldn't. I don't know. I, yeah, man's l. it became the offi actions weren't worth dealing. He wasn't good enough on field to make you forget what he was doing field and what a pain in the ass. He was with Tibo. It was, yeah, the team somehow one, but that's only gonna last you so long people and everybody wants to make it like we moved on like we bounced bodily because he's a Christian and it's like no, like pudding. Look at that league. What are you talking about this. Look at all lives matter fell, and you think that using their problem was a was a kid saying Pereira like, stop it. The problem was Tibo himself. What was only going to get you so much people? Could you can't hang onto that you have to keep moving forward and trying to get somebody better now he should be a backup somewhere or something. I guess I don't think so. I think it was that bad. I don't know, but there's a lot of bad teams. There's there's a lot about backup second and third strings. I don't know. Tiba was fucking terrible. I daleks hasn't had a solid backup, but a long time. Who's your backup now, Cooper rush, red headed kid that looks like Jason GARRETT'S. Fucking lovechild. Good name. The, yeah, I love when it comes in. They try to compare them to Tony Romo, shut the fuck up. Well, twenty rule kind of came out of nowhere though. That's where they're going. It was because Romania name for himself in the preseason. And I remember watching it vividly was a third stringer, and he would come in and play the second happe- of preseason games in your light Stewart's pretty good. Why do we still have drew Hinson in there. And he worked his way up the ladder. But I mean Cooper Russia's not the future, so people can chill out with that. I've seen enough Cooper rush trust me not the future. There are multiple teams at tried to make drew Hinson thing. Yeah, we we had Drew Bledsoe Andrew Hinson at the same time. Really? Yeah. Drew Bledsoe was good in New England and just if you don't believe me, ask my uncle Mitch. He wasn't good for you guys. What we definitely got him on the tail in things. And there were no pieces around him. There was like there was, I think, are running back with Troy Hamburg at the time. I mean, he just ate in have any pieces. There was nothing lead token done, anything he couldn't move at that point and we didn't have anybody to help him move. Did you guys have the two of them? Yeah. Yeah. Parcells brought him in all them. He hates those Jap plays spec to the Orientals what we call JAT plays. Okay, surprise things though. Disrespect anyone. Agree cool is is, is the big tuna. One of the great sports. I don't know why I, you know what? I couldn't even remember his name. I just remember it. He was tuna. I do Bill. I knew his name is Bill. They did that Bill and Bill thing. I love the old tuna. There win became the GM of the dolphins and nobody mentioned that he just fucking terrible, you think so you saying nobody because the the fish the fish connects, you say nobody made the connection. Tuna being the general manager for the dolphins. We gonna nobody touched on that. I felt like I bet there was. I bet the Miami Herald for whatever somewhere in Florida. Yeah, they that up. I'm sure. Are we good. No, but we're done. Twice as many bears you'd probably have. Radio.

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"State law. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the Ari. The one happe- podcast covering this two hour week of already. The one last. Our last week's our argue the one a lot to talk about that you, the person you hear giggling is my reliable, outstanding, perfect. Match of a co host Adam Banja Vanni atom what's going on. I'm like really, really excited to just talk about a bunch of assholes for three hours. I forgot the weeks because the first when it's two hours, it's technically to episodes. So this is technically weeks, five and six, but it's covering three hours. We're doing it herself as again, another three hundred guest. I think it's just like our way the universe is way of repaying us for watching or either one in paying these people. It's like, all right now you gotta sit there for three hours jokes on you. Yeah. I mean, I think it's like it's a fine three hours to pack in here because as we said right before we got on like not too much happened, we did have some eight. An interesting truth, some fights while the fights weren't about anything. So I think it's going to be like three hours, but in a nice little concise package for everyone, they usually works best. They will have a nice package of of bunch of pieces of shit. So if you can remember back far enough, we left off with week five. Having been at the couples or tree learn how to be in a relationship, hang and they're all still talking. The Xs have left. It kills his jasmine. Like I think all of the Twitter shit is like getting to my head about an making me not like jasmine, but she is absolutely the girl who had jumped into like, oh my God. I'm so happy. My accident calm. Like I'm so relieved when she's really pissed that she didn't get the attention from her ex. This is where they were all in those tents. Right. And they were having like these like ill look like two like separate group discussions that they like production plans. So they had footage that's where that's where they were. She was saying on his, right? Yeah, it was like smeared action. Yeah, it was super. It was super. Weirdly set up in that one guy was Android, keep forgetting his name. Then he give like this weird little speech about how they're supposed to be there for a reason or like it was like trying to be inspirational. Maybe I. Usually actually, a lot of the guys have been letting us down in the drama. Like I think a lot of the women this season have been way more interesting than the men just on the whole. So my bias is showing, you know, I just barely because he doesn't get strengthen. So that's what I barely remembered. But yeah, jasmine does seem table girl, and this is directly after she had such shower session with seven, right? Yeah. What she likes south reports. Like if in case you forgot, she's going to remind you omega. Omega, like Xs or here in conversations were having like showers had, I don't know by who like so random names..

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Eighteen limit thirty. Hey, everybody and welcome to the bachelor in paradise. Happe-. I'm Amy here as always with Haley and a special guest, which Healy I will let you introduce a Healy. How're you doing. I'm doing well, I'm ready to get another. Week of bachelor in paradise talked about. We're just kind of zooming through. We only have two weeks left after this. Can you believe that? Can't love happened this week. A lot happened this week. I will admit to you guys. Now early, I forgot to watch an hour of bachelor in paradise. I had to work Tuesday night and missed the first hour of that episode mental back and watch it forgot. Sorry, everyone. This wasn't even the week with extra hour Haley. I know. And yet I still watch three hours this. So cut me some slack. I'm sorry, Amy's watch it. And I know our guest has. Back once again, you know, we can't have him away from us for too long or welcoming back best friend of the podcast, Jordan par Jordan. How're you doing all I am doing fantastic. Thank you again, Amien Haley. For having me back. I've waited many Hauer to be here. I'm so excited to talk about data guy, Ben wine or the other people on bachelor in paradise. It's it is a good time of year. I love this show so much. Yeah, leak, Amy, both, Amy. And I asked you during the bachelorette like, hey, do you want to come on and talk with us about it and you're like, no, I want to be saved until actually impaired. I. Okay. No problem. We'll have you back then. So yeah, here I am bachelorette to me, I love Becca on a personal level. I just couldn't really get into the season and. The guy's really just annoyed me so much that I just didn't want to stop why I stopped watching. I think after like four episodes, I saw like a little bit. It was on the back into my house like here and there, but I wasn't fully appearance our regular viewers of the bachelor and re yet listeners of our podcast. Yes, of course. Yeah, we just a little inside baseball. There was some scheduling conflicts with me this week in my mom, I was telling my mom was a Catalan. I'm trying to figure out when I can do this podcast with aiming Haley. My mom's like, well, just tell them all, dude, if you can't like. Game on. Sounds good. I think I'm going to try to figure this out. But yeah, my mom is my mom is always down to to talk p, she's she's always, she's might my family's just loves this show too. So it's a, it's a, it's great. It's a family fair in the household. Nice. We'll have to get your mom Healy's dad. I asked my dad, he was like coming up and going to bed, and I always like you're okay, fi podcast. Great. And he's like, oh, yeah. Do you want to come on the podcast? He's like, no, I'm too sleepy tonight. Hey. My mom, my mom is always like, oh, Haley. Did you hear this thing on the bachelor happened? I was like, I watched it. I live live it. it. Any news get sent to me at least seven times which I love so much. Yeah, we've got our Google alerts what we've got our listeners who keep on top of it even better. We're not Google alerts. We're not that far but just know Know that. that at least. Alerts on. Yeah. Yes. Well, before we get into be IP, there was some bachelor nation news that came out a Haley. Would you like to break the story for anyone that doesn't know? I don't want to pick the story because I'm broken up about it. I'm so sad to say that the last couple from bachelor winter games is done. Courtney lily, broke up. I am devastated. Please respect my privacy during this difficult time. Jordan r. you similarily devastated to hear this news. To be honest, I wasn't the, you know, I thought Courtney lily were cool. I thought it was like, they're, they're nice people, but I, I wasn't super have. I wasn't heavily invested in those two, I, I am a, I am a huge Ben watt fan. Casey can't tell. So I was mostly, although to be honest, I think I was kind of happy for Ben. Why don't think Claire is the best fit for him, but I was a little more bond for him when him in McClair broke up..

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"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Ninja warrior happe podcast i'm your host armstrong and with me today is lita how you doing i'm good are you ready for our india podcast which means both underground because no one listens to it and also about indianapolis absolutely very indie with y indie with a y yeah as we've learned yes we're here to talk about episode four of american enjoy your season ten and very excited to be talking about this episode we started the episode off with this whole hey look it's is it called geraud v first and only per winner of american enjoyer the the only ones who've ever done it is it himself said it could never be repeated yeah okay so i know we complain about this a lot but i want to make clear that like i have accepted that they're going to call him the only winner right he is the only one who got the million dollar check whatever it's stupid but that's one thing but for dan polic to be like he's the only one to ever beat the whole thing is just like factually inaccurate it's not just rude to jeff britton the winner thing is it's like just fully not true jolla judy felt like this was very intentional shade on jeff britton especially from isaac saying it couldn't be repeated like he was the one that repeated it when jeff did it i like what do you mean it can't be repeated you beat him by like a second rhyme yeah i just wanted to clear that stage for pretty much any ninja can do it like once you make it there so like the fact that it's not like he like really took on jeff britton in like this crazy stage for climbing a rope you know like of course it can be repeated like i felt like this was intentional against jeff here comes back next season they're going to go back to the second person ever or whatever yes we know that there has been some bad blood between the two of these guys i genuinely think this was intentional on is expired which is fine i do in for the drama we get very little drama in american injury or which is nice in some ways but also like i don't know you'll you like a little tease sometimes we have some new obstacles on this course we start off with the floating steps as always then we have the cannonball drop which is just this ball the hold onto with your hands and it goes down and track and have to make sure you don't fall then we have a new school the wheel flip which actually kind of liked this is a good obstacle you can get through it quickly enough and it's i liked it i thought it was pretty good you you you jump onto these wheels and then i you have to transfer over to the other one and then you you spin it from the bottom and it's this entire like axel sort of thing that flips over you have to get it through these panels at the top it's very difficult to describe but you you flip it over you transfer over again you flip it over again so on and so forth i like this uptake offs tool i thought it was a little wacky i thought it was like kind of hard to follow on tv i don't know really fine yeah it's like a fight obstacle for to be where it is and it wasn't particularly like we didn't really see that many people go down on it which i think is good because the block run is so hard that like you didn't need to really hard ones that are oh yes so then you go to block ron which is the balance slash agility slash whatever you wanna call it obstacle you have to.

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"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"j. happe" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Precision medicine holds great promise for treating genetic diseases such as certain types of cancers to drive progress harvard business school executive education has developed a new program accelerating innovation in precision medicine which brings together leaders from business science medicine and technology to explore new models for advancing personalized medicine the program takes place on the boston campus in september learn more by clicking the banner or visiting h b s dot me slash precision that's h b s dot me slash precision hello everyone and welcome to the american ninja warrior happe podcast i'm heroes turn armstrong and with me today it's lita how you doing leader i'm doing great with me today like european joined by a special surprise guests or like you some rotating co hosts it's it's it's part of my thing i ever missed about i don't think i have i don't think so it's just why it's funny okay just making sure that no one gets too excited that like ooh with him today obviously again well i think i think i actually started saying with me today on the ninja warrior podcast as a joke but then i actually started genuinely using it for the other podcasts yeah well this show i would say that the most influential show on our tips let my sense clearly we are here to talk about the first two episodes of the play offs in injure versus an and i think this might be a quick for me from my perspective this is going to be a fast podcast because i did not have much to write down during these episodes and i'm going to get into why later but i i don't know what you thought.

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