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"lou" Discussed on Frank Michael Smith Show

Frank Michael Smith Show

04:48 min | Last month

"lou" Discussed on Frank Michael Smith Show

"All right, Fred Michael Smith, we're back. A long time coming. Lou curcio in the studio. What up, Lou? What's up, buddy? Dude, I'm pumped to be here, man. I've been listening to the pods for a while. Always ask you, you try to be a part of this. I love it. What's it been like a year that we've tried to cook something up? Well, when did you come back to town? October. Yeah. I mean, even before that, I remember texting me being like, yo, dude, I can't believe you're in LA and I'm listening to your Pittsburgh. Like, crazy stuff. Yeah, we gotta get one. This is the Pittsburgh pod. We're gonna touch in all the teams. But before we get to the teams, we should talk about the moment that actually spurred this. Lou hit a gigantic bet. And no one really wants to hear about other people's bets, but this is a big one. Tell us what you just hit on one of the gambling sites. So Friday night was game 6, Boston, Miami, and we got some information across the wire, Jimmy Butler 35 points Jimmy Butler three threes, Miami money line. So it was what to win what? It was a $100 to win 13,300. And it only had three legs. I only had three legs. The biggest see the biggest thing was Miami was an 8 point dog. So that money line coming back really spurred the what, they were plus like 400 or something but yes. Okay, so that was the big one. And then butler's three threes were big because he isn't shoot many threes. And he ended up with how many threes. I think he ended up with four, actually. That is a lot of threes for Jimmy. That's a ton, man. Yeah. So that's a little closer to your mic, just a tad bit closer. That's a lot of threes for Jimmy. And then the other leg was 35 points. What are you going to do with the cash? Well, we're going to go to Disney World. I got a good Disney World. You know what? I'm trying to be smart with them, man. Here's how it all started with. Put it all in crypto. Be very smart. Right, exactly. Right. Like two years ago, it all started when fans started releasing you could bet on the touchdown scores. That's really what changed the game for me. And I totally got off the over unders in the game lines and the money lines and just pet touched on scores. And I hit a couple back then and that's just like really what I enjoy doing. So we're going to save some money for NFL. Put a little sprinkle a little in our sponsor, underdog fantasy, sponsor the show. Well, is that who does it now? Underdog is actually great because they have pick them on there..

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It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | Last month

It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.

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Ukraine mounts effort to rescue last fighters at steel mill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Ukraine mounts effort to rescue last fighters at steel mill

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FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

"The food and drug administration has issued a negative review of a closely watched experimental drug for the illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease the FDA review comes ahead of a meeting this week for outside experts to vote on the drug for ALS the medication has been the focal point of a lobbying campaign by patients their families and lawmakers FDA reviewers have said that the single study from analytics pharmaceuticals was quote not persuasive due to missing data errors in enrolling patients and other problems they also said that regulators were not convinced by data that the company said show the drug helped patients live six months longer I'm surely ocular

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

"American Brittany Bowe claim the first individual medal of her career with a bronze in the women's one thousand meters speedskating event at the Beijing games both secured a spot on the podium by just one tenth of a second with a time just under one minute and fifteen seconds in men's curling team Shuster will play for a bronze medal against Canada after falling eight to four versus Great Britain and the lista Lou was the highest finishing American and women's singles figure skating after placing seventh controversial Russian Camilla Belle gave a missed the podium entirely finishing fourth I'm

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Thompson's 21 points, late 3s lead Warriors past Thunder

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Thompson's 21 points, late 3s lead Warriors past Thunder

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Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 6 months ago

Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

"Show. I have a guest right now. My bet is that you have heard of him, you may have read some of his books. His name is Mitch album. He is the author of a book called Tuesdays with Maury. I know you've heard of it. It was made into a film, a TV movie. It was on The New York Times Best Seller list for like four years. And speaking as an author, I want to say, I deeply resent you Mitch album. Welcome to the program. Well, outside of the resentment, thank you for having me on the resentment is bitter, but I'm gonna let it go. There's no reason to cling to bitterness. No, seriously, that is, as an author who is familiar with some of these metrics, that is an extraordinary thing, and the book that sits atop a bestseller list for years is extremely rare. The only one I can think of offhand is M Scott peck's the road less traveled, which is also a book about, hey, what's the meaning of life? So I want to ask you, first of all, you have a new book out. I want to mention that up front. And it is a novel called the stranger in the lifeboat. Is this your first novel? Oh no, no. I've written about 7 novels. All right. So maybe two 7th novel. But you're most known for Tuesdays with Maury. It tell the story behind that for people who are unaware. They still exist. Some people who are unaware of how that happened for you. Sure. Well, it was really quite an accident, so actually the fact that it stayed on those best sellers was for that long was even more remarkable because it wasn't ever supposed to be a book. I had seen my old college professor, Maurice Schwartz. On nightline with Ted cop, and he was talking about what it was like to die from Lou Gehrig's disease. And I had been very close with him when I was back in college, but then I had lost touch with him as I had gone on to chase my career and my ambition. And for 16 years, I never got back in touch with him and all of a sudden I saw him on television. Basically saying he had a few months left to live. So I went to go visit him. And one visit turned into two to turn to three, four, 5, 6. It was never supposed to be a book. Erika was just it was just him kind of counseling me on what's important in life once you really know you're going to die as he did and how you can change your life to live

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Flights Carrying Illegals Are Now Landing in Pennsylvania

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Flights Carrying Illegals Are Now Landing in Pennsylvania

"Carrying illegals. Are now landing in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has become the latest location where flights filled with illegals are being flown under the cover cover of darkness. Former GOP Congress and Lou barletta, who's running for office, has said, so it's really interesting. When you start to now see the kind of movement of illegals all across the country, you're starting to ask yourself the question who is coordinating this? It is my understanding that a total of a 130 immigrants, 118 miners and 12 adults arrived on board a chartered flight. So let me get this straight. There's still Americans that are stranded in Afghanistan, and we don't have the chartered flights to get them out of Afghanistan. But we do have the chartered flights to move illegals into the interior of our country. This is a legitimate scandal. The Biden regime has already allowed plane loads of illegal immigrants or illegals to be flown into New York and Florida in recent months. Now why Ron DeSantis is allowing that to happen, I don't know. Meanwhile, the Biden regime sent over 70 flights secretly to Jacksonville, Florida over the summer.

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AI Chessboard-Chess Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

AI Chessboard-Chess Intro and Wrap

"A a new new way way to to play play chess chess is is on on display display at at the the Consumer Consumer Electronics Electronics Show Show in in Las Las Vegas Vegas chest chest up up can can help help you you beat beat a a chess chess master master depending depending on on what what settings settings you you will will like like the the squares squares and and and and the the strength strength of of the the team team Adam Adam Roush Roush with with chance chance up up says says artificial artificial intelligence intelligence helps helps people people like like CEO CEO Jeff Jeff why why who who was was playing playing Tatev Tatev opera opera humming humming in in a a grand grand master master has has no no assistance assistance and and that that has has a a lot lot he he touches touches a a PC PC greens greens where's where's this this where's where's in in red red green green is is great great Lou Lou is is met met okay okay and and read read those those wonders wonders about about Jess Jess up up let let you you dial dial up up or or down down the the level level of of assistance assistance this this is is a a great great way way to to learn learn it's it's also also a a great great way way to to make make sure sure you you don't don't make make the the illegal illegal movies movies making making moving moving your your king king is is in in check check we we can can help help you you avoid avoid making making a a legal legal move move it it makes makes makes makes going going to to get get much much much much of of the the TV TV show show the the queen's queen's gambit gambit has has increased increased interest interest in in chess chess chess chess up up is is currently currently available available for for pre pre order order I I met met Donahue Donahue

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Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

"J. J. gill gill just just Alexander Alexander recorded recorded his his second second career career triple triple double double as as the the thunder thunder dump dump the the nuggets nuggets one one await await ninety ninety four four killed killed as as Alexander Alexander delivered delivered twenty twenty seven seven points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and twelve twelve assists assists in in the the first first triple triple double double by by a a thunder thunder player player at at home home since since Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook over over two two and and a a half half years years ago ago Derrius Derrius basically basically had had seventeen seventeen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and Lou Lou Dore Dore had had fifteen fifteen points points in in the the thunder's thunder's largest largest margin margin of of victory victory reigning reigning MVP MVP McCauley McCauley okay okay chat chat a a quiet quiet night night for for the the nuggets nuggets finishing finishing with with just just thirteen thirteen points points seven seven boards boards and and three three assists assists I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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 Column: Meyer learns bullies run out of rope fast in NFL

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Column: Meyer learns bullies run out of rope fast in NFL

"Gone gone in in thirteen thirteen games games urban urban Meyer's Meyer's first first foray foray into into NFL NFL head head coaching coaching has has ended ended with with his his dismissal dismissal by by the the Jaguars Jaguars Myers Myers tumultuous tumultuous tenure tenure included included an an accumulation accumulation of of missteps missteps Anna Anna to to eleven eleven record record owner owner shad shad Khan Khan made made the the move move just just hours hours after after X. X. Jaguars Jaguars player player Josh Josh Lambo Lambo told told a a Florida Florida newspaper newspaper Meyer Meyer kicked kicked him him during during practice practice in in August August it it was was the the latest latest embarrassment embarrassment for for the the three three time time national national championship championship winning winning college college coach coach Meyer Meyer joins joins Lou Lou Holtz Holtz and and Bobby Bobby Petrino Petrino was was college college coaches coaches whose whose NFL NFL career career is is falling falling down down and and stunningly stunningly swift swift fashion fashion I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie gone gone in in thirteen thirteen games games urban urban Meyer's Meyer's first first foray foray into into NFL NFL head head coaching coaching has has ended ended with with his his dismissal dismissal by by the the Jaguars Jaguars Myers Myers tumultuous tumultuous tenure tenure included included in in the the cumulated cumulated missteps missteps and and it it to to eleven eleven record record owner owner

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Mike and Lou Dobbs Discuss the Radicalization of the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Mike and Lou Dobbs Discuss the Radicalization of the Left

"Not only are we going to see a transformation of Americans who thought falsely that Joe Biden was this sort of jocular, middle of the road, nice guy. I mean, let's face it, this is really nefarious stuff. We're seeing really evil things happen. And the evil even reached the doorstep of News Corp. this week with a guy burning down a Christmas tree and Lou what a shocker. They didn't hold the guy. They didn't even put him in jail. They released him because under New York Democrat leaders progressive, bail reform policies, apparently you can't put somebody in jail who burns down something worth a half a $1 million if it doesn't involve targeting a person. That's bail reform for you. It is and it's male reform brought to you by the Marxist, the leftist Democrats, by the way, I think that that is now the imprimatur of the entire leadership of the Democratic Party. Sure. There are such things as moderate Democrats, but they are somewhere in the heartland. They are certainly not on either coast because this is a country now. We are confronted with the control of both houses of government and The White House by a party that is so radicalized that, as you say, burn down a Christmas tree, no problem, riot and try to destroy a courthouse in Portland, Oregon. No problem. We want if we do have to arrest you and we will only arrest perhaps 10% of those involved. We certainly will not hold you in jail, nor will we follow up and prosecute you. It's outrageous what we're watching in this country. And just as sickening to me, Mike, is the fact that the American people have tolerated it to this point. That's changing. But shame on us for putting up with this nonsense this

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Lou Dobbs Could Not Have Anticipated the Catastrophic Collapse of the Biden Administration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 7 months ago

Lou Dobbs Could Not Have Anticipated the Catastrophic Collapse of the Biden Administration

"Is, of course, an icon. He's an American political commentator author. His latest book, the Trump century, how our president changed the course of history forever. Launched a new podcast. The man's a busy man. And he's not too busy for the Mike Gallagher's show. How you been, my friend. Never too busy for you, Margaret. I could be with you. It's great to catch up with you as well, Luke. Thank you so much for something that I know you're aware of, our prison fellowship campaign. I want to make a amazing offer that you've generously agreed to do. But before we get to any of that, we just got to talk about what it must feel like to be vindicated. You've talked about for years. The leadership of president Trump has a headline over at Fox News. Somebody that I enjoyed many moments with with you on the set, Monica Crowley, writing about Joe Biden's catastrophic collapse of American leadership. Lou as much as you sounded the warning cry, the battle cry. Did you ever think things would go so badly so quickly for the Biden administration? Well, I knew they would get the answer is I thought they would get this bad. And by the way, perhaps considerably worse. I did not think. Even Joe Biden could send us into a tailspin, this early in his administration, but then again, I had no idea that he would be this aggressive in such long headed policies and such perverse values as he brings to the Oval Office.

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Kevin Durant scores 33 points, Nets beat Thunder 120-96

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Kevin Durant scores 33 points, Nets beat Thunder 120-96

"The nets won for the eighth time in nine games by blowing out the thunder one twenty ninety six at Oklahoma City former thunder Kevin Durant was serenaded with boos as usual in OKC while delivering thirty three points and eight rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders Patty mills straight a career high nine three pointers and finished with twenty nine points James harden added sixteen points and thirteen assists for the nets who completed a five a one road trip J. gill just Alexander scored twenty three points for the thunder and Lou Dort added twenty Oklahoma City had won four straight on the ferry

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"lou" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"lou" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"All right, and we're back. So Lou, I think it's fair to say that at, you were kind of a big deal, you know, but you were speaking for just for just one brand. I mean, a blue chip brand with a lot of sway, but one brand and now, you know, at MMA global, you're I think in a better position to push for broader change. So talk a little bit about the top agenda items and I guess that really dovetails with what you think are some of the most difficult problems facing the ad industry right now. Yeah, I'll start there because that is one of the fundamental superpowers I believe that we have at the MMA. Because uniquely we're the only trade association that brings advertisers, technologists publishers and agencies to the same table. We're able to discuss and take on some of the biggest problems facing our industry, which is exciting. And you know, I've been participating now in the MMA in 9 years and one capacitor and other. And I can tell you that, I found a lot of fulfillment in the discussions that we were having. Because, you know, if you're just an advertiser sitting with a bunch of other advertisers, you want a certain thing a certain way and you don't care about the rest of the ecosystem. But I think what I've observed is these conversations that we've had around the M and a board tables and other venues have really allowed us to walk a mile in the shoes of our tech partner of our publishing partner of our agency partner and recognize that we win together. And so we are focused on solving the biggest challenges facing advertisers today. The biggest one that I'm jumping in with both feet because of my background is to solve the data strategy problem. Data has become a panacea. It is the windex of my big fat Greek wedding..

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Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing

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Coroner says Gabby Petito died by strangulation

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Coroner says Gabby Petito died by strangulation

"The Wyoming coroner has released limited details on Gabby potatoes cause of death death by strangulation and our office homicide Dr Brent blue in Jackson Wyoming is the coroner for Teton county or water was outside in the wilderness for three to four weeks van life blogger get beat the Tito had been on a cross country trip with her boyfriend Brian laundry she was reported missing by her parents on September eleventh her body was found September nineteenth near an undeveloped camping area along the border of Grand Teton National Park investigators are searching for laundry in Florida and he's been charged with the unauthorized use of a debit card during the period in which batida went missing Lou said little about potatoes physical condition including how she was strangled who committed the homicide is up to walk along for support I'm

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Colorado Hospital Denies Kidney Transplant on Unvaccinated Patient

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Colorado Hospital Denies Kidney Transplant on Unvaccinated Patient

"Colorado women with stage five renal failure scrambling to find a new hospital to perform a kidney transplant after a health system in the state. Oh sorry. uc's university of california colorado. My my my mistake here colorado. If it doesn't matter but i have to be accurate. Sure use versus. California hospitals would have done. The same thing denied the transplant due to her and her donor being unvaccinated. Well you understand that you're not they can't i don't even i don't even understand. So let's say you're not vaccinated. You can't donate a kidney. to save. Human life is worse to be unvaccinated than it is to deny a person a kidney. How morally sick. You have to be to say that. I would even say medically ignorant these hospitals and doctors. I spoke this way. I've had numerous surgeries on my back. They've all been successful. I've only had gratitude and and they've done they've done a great job and i'm grateful for it but i guess i have to. I have to juggle two facts hospitals of saved my life and they're killing other people here. I am willing to be a direct donor to her. It does not affect any other patients on the transplant list. Trans pre transplant list. Jamie foued ner li lami lou tallies kidney donor told. Cbs four. have. Can i sit here and allow them to murder by friend. When i've got a perfectly good kidney and can save her life.

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American siblings return home after China lifts exit ban

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

American siblings return home after China lifts exit ban

"A pair of American siblings have returned home off to China lifted an exit bound following kind of this release of the top Chinese tech executive wanted in the US on fraud charges a state department spokesperson says Cynthia I'm Victor Lou returned to the U. S. on Sunday off to conserve the stop in Shanghai helped facilitate the departure a path of Canadians held in China of also being permitted to leave off the kind of the release well what executive among ones on Friday the spokeswoman adds the US opposes the use of coercive exit bans against people who not themselves charged with crimes and will continue to advocate on behalf of all American citizens in China subject to arbitrage detention and coercive exit plans I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Why Isn't Governor Abbot Deploying the Texas National Guard to Defend the Southern Border?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Why Isn't Governor Abbot Deploying the Texas National Guard to Defend the Southern Border?

"Is betty lou in south texas. I'm a third generation texan Thank you for all you're doing. I am disgusted by the deplorable hans. Fly of illegal immigration into our mighty state and wants to great one nation under god. I'd like to hear more about governor abbott and other governors. What are they doing to forestall this horrible mind stress on fly. Thank you take care. God bless god. Bless thank you betty lou. She makes a great point. It's a great question. In fact tucker. Carlson asked that question last night and has apparently repeatedly invited governor abbott on his show. Evidently governor abbott has declined because tucker keeps asking the texas governor. Why are you not deploying the texas national guard. Why are you standing up to the incompetent. Inept utterly failed biden harris administration on this issue. Here's a. Tucker carlson said last night we opened the show with horrifying pictures. What's happened at our southern border. Which is completely open in. This country is being invaded. No that's not an overstatement more than a million people this year expected by the rest of the world. It's been going on for months. And we've asked texas governor greg abbott many times to come on this show to explain why he hasn't called the national guard to seal the texas border and protect the rest of us from this invasion. Greg abbott has refused to come on repeatedly so pretty soon possibly tomorrow we plan to invite his primary opponents on this show to describe what they would do if they ran texas. That might be an interesting conversation. Governor abbot one. More chance to come on sincerely. Please come on and tell us how you plan to save the rest of us. What is happening in your state. Isn't that a reasonable request. What is what is texas gonna do texas it roll over. I lived there. I love that state. I know the texas spirit. It's not acquiescence

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"lou" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"lou" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Of the disease. We have conservative. take a little. What can i say anything. Everything over it takes. I will say this. Dm is asking. If it's okay to kill the player. So i will say ruling on the side of the saying yes rolling on his side of the players saying no and i would say it's definitely okay to kill this player. It's a mercy. Killing honestly sounded like a cool narrative like nowhere. All the bodies they've been inhabiting a bad job inhabiting kill them and then you know how to play them. All in the fucking subclass of the wizard is as a fucking fire box. You don't even kill the character you bring all these revenues back and then shame them into giving up these pieces of their soul that suck all the characters out of. That's interesting that they get the boring version of their character. That's their i'm lou. Can you defend not killing this character. I would argue okay. Here's the thing i'd love to make. I'd like to make a plea bargain. I pick a reduced sentence that perhaps the revenue does a soul-sucking thing and takes away most if not all but one of the characters leaves them when agent. Yeah but just one of them. The one that they know how to do rag can play for the one that they know and kill all the other one. Yeah i don't disagree. I would love to offer that as a plea bargain you know i. I think there's room and we could on for a while. We want to settle this out. Of course that's what i would love to do. Any idea of which one are the best at playing and enjoy playing the most exactly. So you're you're able to. I think like creating a narrative opportunity to like refocus them rather than fully be like. This is gone. Starting gazi could like while they're doing like let's say you get them down while they're doing death saves you can like narrate some crazy thing that it's like you see tendrils of these former bodies and then you get to choose which one.

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"lou" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"lou" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"It all. Do i understand how weird look philo judson. We look at the evidence. Lay out for us we we. We got a freaky situation. I on the players have about fifty. Nine i am. I'm not even gonna lean on my own words. I'm gonna lean. On the words of my fellow judge judge we have to give room to the nuance of the performance. We are deny we are never giving birth. Wow what could be the greatest dmbc turn to ever exist. I have to agree because think about how many lives your grandpa could have had. Wow we get to see those grandpa wild shaping into a tiger six. What if that had been his life. What if that had been the disease experience into the war. I mean i'll say that my experience playing characters is like there are times when it really feels like you're being inhabited by someone else right. And if if grandpa could be coming and making decisions perhaps the most interesting outcome to play someone who exists already. I rest my case. The player is one over. Most people not me i mean. That's that's good. That's good been lawyer over. Lou win over enough people. I'd say we since there's five of us now we have to have vote. Otherwise it'll be a split vote for the girl yells. No version of doesn't vote that you think yeah like. They've tried it several times. They've suggested the bit. You gotta let it play out and the punishment. The sentence is fight..

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"You're going to be shocked when you hear what this guy asked me he He was hooking up with this girl. He was dating her for a couple months and their sex life was pretty good now. Nothing to complain about naturally and one day. He's you know he's sucking his girlfriend. You know he's having sex and he's having kind of honor or anything like that and his girlfriend says come in me. Naturally i mail. If here's that was the first ending to do. They're gonna say are you on the pill and naturally they're going to be like yes because that's just what happens so he did that and he's thinking all yeah just fucking nut in his girl. I'm dating her like whatever. And then this girl says this this and this is where it gets interesting. Now she goes. I want you to eat your come out of me. Yes you heard me right. She said. I want you to eat your come out of me now whether he did or not. I'm not gonna say because that's nobody's business but his own. He asked me to say what. What would you do necessarily and let me tell you so right now. Ever asked me that soup some some shit like that. Our our super stupid okay. There's one don't ever asked me to do some some nasty shit like that. Okay because that will never happen to have you lost your got emma woman unless there's some type of fucking like freak of dude who's like who's nasty nasty aimed brush his teeth or whatever ain't do gonna go down there to your stank ass self. Are eating you out after he just met in you call. Now we're gonna shift that and number three the fact that you even ask me for that spurred vice tony. I'm offended now. I get it. I'm the i'm the man of the people's i'm going to give you my advice in a second.

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I understand. it was dangerous. But i had a mission a mission. I'm like rocky adrian. And i'm going and i'm running running runnin and runnin menendez and running running shutterbugs. Ap's i'm abi. And i start hearing people to. I start hallucinating ladies. I have never hallucinated day. In my life i i'm blackout drunk. I have smoking weed and and hi. I've never done any hard core drug. I've never done anything like that. Point where i hallucinating. And i started to hallucinate. Now you. I wasn't seeing things or you know. Seeing little monsters are demons coming out but i was hearing people talk to me as if they were right behind me whispering. I'm like what the fuck is going on right now and you get home and i just have about a quarter mile to get home. I mean i get smile at mile number six the ten k. Six point two zero miles. So i'm at the point. Two zero am making that. Turn to your haunch. So i gotta get home. I can't right now. My laser through ankles swollen and niece throbbing hearing people. Talk to me. And i'm getting shook at this point because i'm on the first pass out. I am on the verge of passing out to finish smile so right. Now i'm taking you know hits left and right like i'm in rocky for boom boom boom tickets right. Boom boom boom and i crossed the finish line. Which is my house. And i love that workout in and i do the i ten k. In my life. And i liked it and it took me an hour and twenty minutes. This is the best time. But that's my time so for all of you who've been with my journey because a you guys that i was able to do it and i got home and i took my shoes off took my my sweatshirt off. I took my shirt off. I took my my My shorts off. 'cause i was wearing shorts and i just sat in my couch and passed out. I was so dehydrated that i couldn't move. I had my sister go by to gatorade. And i was still so dehydrated. That my kidneys were swollen from hydrated. I was and i wish. I couldn't sleep on my back because my kidneys hurting too much so future reference. If you're going to run a ten k. or any type. Don't go out and drink the night before. And if you are during the night before hydrate okay drinking water gonna have electrolytes and.

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"But we're getting there. And when i started this journey last spring i could not run for the life of me now. You say oh. This sounds familiar. Were his before. So if you haven't heard yet go. Listen to my day with the metropolitan ultra marathon runner and i talked about this briefly. I struggled with running here and there. I had a bad knee. I always made the excuse of. Oh i have a bad hair by have sciatica have this. I have that so i said you know what. That's that's the end of this fucking this bullshit okay covid. Nineteen made me realize that. I had to get my shit together because i could have potentially died from being overweight. And it's not good to be overweight. People and i understand people say well you can be healthy. Well being overweight. Listen i understand that. There's some things you can do to help you. You're overweight but he can't be healthy when you're over weight okay. And i acknowledged as a person a majority of people acknowledged that. And if you don't wanna believe that listen to each their own. I guess right under so come sunday. It was race day now. This is where i originally. I fucked up okay. I made a mistake the night before. Saturday being memorial day weekend. Naturally one only does one thing on a saturday on memorial day weekend and that's go out and get drunk now. I went out. I got drunk. I didn't blackout drunk. I sobered up. Because you know. I know i had the race coming up so i did drink just enough. I did get dehydrated and my problem. Was that hydrate enough leading up to the race. And after i drank. They woke up hangover. Anything i was perfectly fine. Because i made sure you know to space out my time but hydrate so i put on my laces nice beautiful pink a bright pink shoes from under armor and i went out there. Hit the road so the first mile wasn't too bad you know i'm won't uphill on the first mile. Look around you know. Actually on the way up to the mile. I saw one of my friends. Shout to them. I'm going to see the name but They stopped me and we talked a shot to shit for a little bit every continued. Because you know me being me. I got a mission and luckily it was only the beginning. It was louis point. Ten of mile decisive them so a key running and running uphill running uphill see the neighbors he the flowers and we get mile number one on top of the hill. At this point we're at the score running around my house and it's a beautiful son not sunsets and running around. I even sunset. It was raining a matter of fact more here by the fabricated story. But this ruins that fabric you can go on the. I'm wrapping actually. Check it out. 'cause i did richly. It was pouring rain. I forgot that. I thought it was sunny. African reason holy shit. Let's set the scene. I tie up shoes. I start running pouring rant this point so i i remember i said to myself i said i got to our window right now because i was waiting for it to stop raining because i don't want to run your rain so i have. I have two hour window. So i go out there. I start running i smile. It's not it's not raining. That's why i thought it was sunny. Start raining boom. I get a school. I look around all right cool. I'm feeling good right now. I allies are feeling nice that no issues. I'm i'm coast and i'm coasting right mile to a head i had was a. I'm trying to get my bearings..

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I apologize Real real attack. An oral medication believes to reduce damage to motor neurons by decreasing levels of glutamate transport Messages between nerve cells and more mortar neurons aloe stuttering. Maybe i'd have those Radicati is a given by intravenous infusion which is ivy and has been shown to show the decline in clinical assessment of daily functioning person in ayla so this treatment to help with it. But there's no cure so then there's also a bunch of therapies that you can do. There is stem cells. Research therapy going on our technology. The ones that we just use the code nineteen vaccine. So there's a whole different options. You can do the things you can take different things. you can You know to support yourself but draft. Have to be careful with this. You know a lot of people don't know and it's called luke's gehrig's disease. Because the gary was one of the first he wasn't the first to get it but he was one of the big name athletes to ever get it and it causes a lot of commotion who hoopla back in the nineteen thirties because no one knew what it was and going back to the nineteen thirties into now. Unfortunately you know we still don't have a cure but we have a better understanding and we have a better idea of what to do and how to do it so hopefully this brings the awareness to it again. This is june second. Two thousand twenty one. It's officially lou. Gehrig's day it's important. We talk about all types of different awareness. And you know it's it's important also to go out there exercise and to do something that will keep you active. Because you don't want to sit around all day behind a computer you know e. n. Almonds and you know playing video games and things like that because you know there's not good for you but you gotta strap onto the leases. Sometimes you can go after him and that checks to. I did over memorial day over memorial day don't have bay aka. Willi florez aka. Don't julio aka. Pto dough ran his first official ten.

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"The nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscle movement throughout the body. So the disease does attacks your spinal cord and these cells to point where you can no longer function. You can't walk. You can't talk you can't eat. You can't do nothing. Okay what are you gonna do nothing because you can do nothing and just attacks you until you know like i said you can't you can't walk can't do anything and then you just start to die so the early symptoms of aids for bring awareness raking you know. It just keeps that in back of their minds. They don't get anything you want to get anything sick and you want things right. Is you got muscles. Weakness or stiffness. Gradually all voluntarily muscles are effective. So that's like the ones that you like. Walk and stuff and talk and you slowly such lose your strength in your -bility speak eat. Move breathe you started slurring reading become difficult and within three to five years of the first things appearing unfortunately you die now. This confused with onset obesity or anything like that because that does happen to people who are overweight shape that check it out nogami wrong. I'm the type to you know. Get wendy when i go upstairs too. But that doesn't mean that. Got hail as that but just keep the nabet game mine so again. I'll repeat so the early symptoms include muscle twitching in the leg and shoulder or tongue. Muscle cramps titan stiff neck muscle weakness affecting arms legs the neck or diaphragm slurred and nasal speech. Difficult chewing or swallowing. Damn i mean this. This is common symptoms. Usually people got really porn about this because like that well so now. The next question is champion. Who gets this disease. You just tell me all these all these symptoms but who actually gets it so age. Although the disease can strike at any age symptoms commonly develop between the age of fifty. Five and seventy five this gender play a role in it A little bit men slightly more likely than women to develop. Ls however people's age affects that also between men and women. So that's a big thing you know the age of you being man and woman the facts you know affects. You're going to get this disease or not and race ethnicity because a lot of diseases do affect races and others don't so a pride dominantly affects caucasians not hispanics so whatever that means so. I guess if you're white and non hispanic so that can be guess. Asian black.

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"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Are ladies and gentlemen. Starting at because. I'm recording this episode. Today is june second of twenty twenty. One this is talk chebbi and it is lou gehrig day officially among major league baseball and united states. Now some you may say cheh. What's luke's gehrig's day. Who's lou gehrig. Why is it important to start the episode at that. Let me them lou. Gehrig was a all time. Great yankee player for the nineteen thirties raleigh. Who don't know he was on pace to break all records and he set the record for until it was broken by air out degrades as rbi's macy's and such but unfortunately he was hit with a ls. Now i'm sure we all went through those walks. We were in elementary school. We had to go fight. Ls neither giving you the purple ribbon and at the time no ever really thought anything of it. You know what. I mean like lego. What's ls. Now so. I think it's important that we actually start talking about. It and bringing awareness is something that's that's lethal and there's no cure for it. Unfortunately it always struck me because those times when we had those those Those talks school. They're always bring somebody in with l. And they were always in a wheelchair. And i always thought to myself. Damn that's six. But i never put anything else to it. You know mike. That couldn't be me right. I wasn't born with that but did i. You know. I did some research up. This episode made me realize like damn that can be me and there's nothing you can do about. It just comes with the territory getting ls. So that's why we need to talk about it and it's not gonna be the whole episode is only the first ten minutes so for all of you who time stamp ten minutes and then we're gonna go talk about this because we're talking about being athletic and you know I ran my first ten k. Over memorial day. Someone give you my brain about that. And i actually got a very interesting email for some shepard vice and i talked to some confidence before i spoke about it on air. 'cause was kinda grotesque and they told me you know what is the point. We talked about it because it's look but let's get going all right. So so what is less.

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"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lou. I was listening to you. I think you were on with John Williams. And John was talking about, um Fungible something non fungible token sienna fungible tokens. And he, like most of us were all super confused about non fungible tokens. But then you just like without even missing a beat. You're like, Oh, but, uh, put up it up it and you just kind of threw this out there, and he was amazed that you were like, Well, you know, I did a little research. Thanks. Yeah. I was caught off guard and I didn't know what he was gonna be talking about. But I did. You know, I'm just like Some others with all this activity and sort of, you know, in this new field of crypto currencies and like and then FTS and all the money that's being thrown around. I wanted to look into What it is. And I'm still pretty confused, but it is interesting. Yeah. My, uh, my son, my oldest son, Quinn, while ago there's some company, you know, so I love cars right? Like I love Classic cars and that kind of stuff like if you go toe, you know if you look at the things that I follow on Instagram and Twitter, the vast majority of them are like different customized car places, and I'm always looking at that stuff. It's really kind of cool. Some company that allows you tow own a portion of a classic car. So it it was like pre this fungible token type of thing, right? So in other words, if there's like a 57 Chevy, whatever it is You can buy a share of this car and then you would own it. And my sons like Dad, you got to do this. You love cars in this net, I go. But do I get to drive the car rights and he goes? No, I know. Then why do I want to own Ah, card that I can't drive totally Right, which is like this whole fungible thing that super confusing is like owning a penguin at the zoo. Yeah, I can go right to it with that, right or or being a or being a stockholder for the Green Bay Packers. True? Yeah, Yeah, No, that's that's a fair point. Actually, the shareholders we do get to go to the holders meetings, but it's like you know you are you a shareholder? Yes, I am. And And do they When you walk in the Lambo, Mr Clinton no idea who you are. No, no, I'm kept behind. You know the love of velvet rope, just like everybody else. Right? So the Packers have been doing the non fungible tokens forever, and the cheese heads up there like your hair. I'll buy that stock and it's like it's just a money maker. That's that's a fair point. They told you they did that in like 2010. When they're trying to revamp their South end zone. They did some share sales and people bought him that Zeppelin. That South end zone looks fabulous. And pretty good. Yeah, it is. That's the end of T s the original. Yeah, right. Right. Well Coming up. I just played that little rejoin where the lady talks about how there's so much electricity in her house that her hair stands up on her end. And so I don't want No. Did you just do that right now? Right? I did. So Joe and Wait. Hold on, Joe. And don. I'm gonna go out on a limb to say you don't use a blow dryer to blow your hair. Never have not a while. Not know while no. I mean, I tried a little when I When I had the long hair during quarantine, I I tried it once, but it's not like I needed to do it. Okay. I'm gonna tease you that after 8 30 this morning. Noodle. Ooh, too, is a blow dryer. Okay, But I'm going to set it all up for you after a 30 that ladies and gentlemen, if you're someone that uses a blow dryer, this noodle ooh, two is going to change your life. Nice. Sounds like someone's using a blow dryer back there, Right. Hot so hot so hot. I can't even be near them. I know. I know. 8772134 Lou 8772134568 is our phone number. This is Eileen, who's in Barrington High, Eileen. Hey, How are you doing? Great. What's going on? Well, I have to tell you. You're amazing Guy Number one and two. But I had Linda benching me here because when I was opening the damper to my fireplace when we had this cold days recently I noticed, like little pink chips were falling into my fireplace, and I thought, Well, this is odd. And, um, because if you guys I called, um, lend minute and they came right out. Looked at it took a video from up top and then pictures from down. Bottom showed me what it was called Something called falling right. And they told me exactly how it happened. Tell me exactly what needs to be done. And, uh, they had the came out. Lickety split. Mason Masonry was taking care of, and they put a stainless steel liner in and they explained everything to me. Their office was amazing. Alan was the sales person that came out. He was incredible. So I just want to say thank you. Thank you. Thank you, because I know what I was doing. That's so nice here, really? Make a pasta dish that we call man. Forgive me. No way. Every square every Sunday. I make rigatoni with so it takes finish a little rig old stuff. And then, um, I make my Sunday gravy and we do a little bit of garlic, a little bit onion and then lots of farm and we talked it up and we're like, remember, teeny man. Oh, I love that. That sounds delicious. It is delicious. I'll make it for you sometime, but thank you on two fronts. Lindemann did an incredible job, So I really, really, really appreciate your help on that so kind of you to call him to say that. Thank you so much, and I look forward to enjoying the pasta with you at some point. 87721345 If we could only get her to do the pasta so we could go down to Tony, Who's on Marco Island? Hey, Tony. Good morning. Morning, Lou..

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"lou" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"lou" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"One of the great writers in. Saint Louis for many many years longtime at the Saint Louis Post dispatch and a guy that had many articles on Lou Brock and wrote one of the articles very recently and I say recently within the last few years and it's why I wanted to get him on is Dan. O'Neill. Dan. It's always great to hear Your Voice I know you've got a bunch of books out on the Blues in the cardinals and we could talk about that. But I WANNA get you on to talk about the late. Great. Lou Brock it's always good to hear your voice. How are you? I'm Gert Dan always good to visit with you my old radio parker absolutely. When when you think Lou Brock what comes to mind for you? Well, you know I, of course, I think a lot of people is. Think of the world series. When you think Lou Brock I mean he was just so incredible. In Three World Series Three, seven game world series had. Just amazing numbers of you know especially in sixty eight, twenty, four, sixty, four, and set a record record with thirteen. Kids in the world series I don't think I've ever seen A more dynamic player everyday player that is not pitcher per se but but in the lineup everyday player. as Lou Brock, and that was especially highlighted in the world series when he helped the cardinals to a significantly chips and lose a heartbreaker and sixty eight and game seven. But you know the most amazing thing about his world series stuff is he did all that in the series. Two teams that won world series and yet because of the presence of Bob, Gibson was never a world series. MVP So. It's pretty amazing when you think about it, here's another amazing thing. I was kind of looking at the stats and. You know when he's still a hundred eighteen basis in nineteen, seventy four. He was He turned thirty five years old that summer. and as it turns out that he stole, he stole nine hundred, Thirty, eight basis in this greer five, hundred and seventy eight of those steals came after his thirtieth birthday incredible and two in two hundred, sixty, two after his thirty fifth birthday, right so that's pretty amazing. stat and. just shows he was a very unique player I i. There's not too many players you can compare them to. He was also dynamic in the fact of what he did in the community and beloved in Saint Louis. You know Gibson is kind of this You know just a hard line. Kinda. Guy Ozzy is a different, Guy? Stan was a different guy in in in different ways not bad good at you know just different Louis beloved and it's just a different way to with all these guys were so in personality, how would you define Lou Brock when you think about him and the community here in Saint Louis in his relationship with the fans? Yeah No, you're. You're absolutely right and I mean I know all those guys you mentioned and they're all good guys. But we were talking as we've talked before but Lou Brock was unconditionally a good guy. It didn't matter what the situation was didn't matter who you were where you were. He was a good guy. You know you take Bob Gibson who I know as a as A. Nice. person good character down deep. But he's a little more cranky and you got to catch them at the right time scandal. alleged. A little edge. Yeah Louis Stand the man I think those to compare really well, they were always good I'll give you a little story about Lou a good friend of mine bumped into Lou Brock one time at the airport. And he was missing granddaughter's birthday. Because he was travelling and they happen to be getting their shoes shined at the airport. So they're sitting right there next to them or next to each other, and he made some conversation with Lou net came up that he was missing his. Granddaughter's birthday. So he had bought him a book are bought his grand granddaughter. I'm sorry a book my friend. and lucid. Well, let me see that book and he said, do you mind if I I wish your granddaughter Happy Birthday. So he opened up the book and the wrote Happy Birthday to my friend's granddaughter by me and signed it Lou Brock. So that's the kind of stuff Lou Brock did you know on a daily basis south mix community? He was a special man when you think about the greatest trades in in baseball history and I, know you love the game of baseball it'll go down as the greatest trading cardinals history. But when you look at it league wide, where, where do you think this one ranks in terms of baseball history? Well it it might be the most famous Dan I mean. There's been another really lopsided traits. and that trade in particular. A Blue Brock coming here for Ernie Braulio. Was An interesting one because almost to a man, the cardinal players in nineteen, sixty four were against that trait. They couldn't believe the cardinals were making that trade. I mean Braulio at one eighteen games, the previous season, and he'd won twenty one games for the cardinals. And he was very popular guy in the clubhouse and and. A leader on that team, and that trade really shocked the cardinal clubhouse and of course, Broccoli and Chicago. Hadn't hadn't really found himself yet. You're still struggling a bit. He was playing center field and right field for the cubs. Hadn't hit over about two fifty eight or you know right around there for two or three seasons. I hadn't really established himself as as the kind of player he would when he came here. And then he comes here and just completely changed. It really changed the baseball and the National League for the next several years I. Mean they're just there wasn't a player like brock on the scene at that time who was a combination of both power and speed I mean you had more wills with the dodgers who had stolen one hundred, four basis. couple of seasons earlier but wheels was pretty much a singles hitter on Bass Bass. Brockett double figure home runs seven times in his career So he was a different different cat you know he could hit the ball out of the park or you to get on base and steal second and He was just a a unique player to completely change the culture for the cardinals. He fit right into you know it was different. Because the cardinals. Had Black players. They had Bob Gibson and Kirk blood, and they were he was a perfect fit here and and they became very close team and took off. Of course, I'm sixty four and you know as we've talked before you name, you can name to three guys who keys to the cardinals success in the sixties and Brock was circling right up there at the top of the list I think you have to go back to. That timeframe to and when he got hit number three thousand and all the steals and then mix in the championships and take a look at the time frame of when he went into the hall of fame in Nineteen eighty-five, he has to be considered at least in my opinion one of the most underrated hall of famers in the history of the game d do you think that's a fair statement? Yeah. Yeah I do because I've seen. You know especially I think the end unless I don't know ten fifteen years. When you had sort of this new wave of statistical.

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"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You can't get enough of me we're gonna have a little Sunday night with Lou from eight to eleven PM now the lives he's gonna produce it I'm still going to be in my basement and we're going to take calls or I really I want the whole three hours to be like this show is about the listeners in their home improvement stuff I want to hear about what listeners are doing to to get through all this and maybe give advice and we'll have a conversation and we'll talk and is that is the governor called back yet to it one is going to call in you know what the line's been very busy this morning so maybe he's trying to get through okay in case he calls back we're trying to I really like to talk to the governor because I wanna know how he's doing this morning too much tonight rather talk tomorrow night I can't even know what day it is right now it's it's tomorrow night so tomorrow night from eight PM to eleven if you can't sleep I will tell you that during this whole thing I'm having a hard time sleeping I go back and forth tam so if you're awake I'll probably be sleepy at that point but instead of coffee I'm going to be having a Manhattan on a Sunday night meets well not a Manhattan but maybe I will change it up and I change it up a little bit if anybody has any and this might be nice if you have any good stories that have come out of this and anything that's really just kind of yeah as shining some light on such a dark time right now meant by they can scan they should as a tax that the R. three one two number just to well I'm sure we'll get a bunch of amble through almond one other thing that I was thinking about I was walking the dogs last night with my wife and we were talking there is there is our our store manager at Villa Park name's Dave you know Dave he's a terrific guy and his wife works for a the facility that has people living in it and she asked you know we're trying to keep everybody's spirits up and I haven't even talked about this and you're gonna do you have an email at WGN radio right yes the what what do what's that look you do right yes see your chest yes okay okay so anyway she said Hey would you be willing to do like a little video for our residents just take everybody keep their spirits up you know I mean you you and I've done that before right down that were listeners have said oh my mom loves you could I take a picture and I was I was like let's not take a picture let's take a video what's your mom's name or what's your dad's name or whatever and I know it's in particular in particular for many of you listening it's hard it's hard because you're alone especially especially if you're older and you get family members they're so concerned about coming near you in and what not so here's what I wanna do Lindsay if you have someone that's a listener and their little down and they need a little lift email Lindsay tell me what their name is tell me a little bit about them I will do a quick little video to say he Lindsay it's women for Danny from WGN radio I hope you're doing well through all this you know some kind of look a little inspiration thing there's no fear anything like that this is just I want to do this I know we talked about that cameo thing that people pay a fee to but I want to try and help people so what's your email WGN radio can I thank you how smarts you can you can do a smart search Lindsey with any L. I N. D. S. E. Y. at house smarts TV dot com yeah so I don't know how many requests will get I'll do as many as I can and I will do I'm from my little basement studio with my little I pad that I'm talking to Lindsey on right now through your we're while we're in different locations were able to see each other V. face time while we're on the radio very much like we're in studio but tell me who this person is maybe how old they are a little bit about them but the family if whatever I I would be more than happy to do that to just bring a little Blyton lightness and you know if you want to do that just Lindsey at house March TV dot com I.

Lou
"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Good morning Lou we have owned the KitchenAid dishwasher for five years has done a good job of course but in the last six months we found a lot of times we get a sludgy greedy sticky material stock especially take glasses now this particular model does not have a built in filter it just has a screen on the bottom below the spinner and I've also cleaned out the area around the where the door make stuff but that ad I have brand vinegar twice through the unit and I've also ran C. L. R. through the unit yeah is it any is it any better when you do any of that well there's no white powder they you know used to see a little bit of that button but I still see this often the glasses and my wife and I we see you know it's it's defective sticky stuff it with creativity and I'm wondering can I access underneath that screen okay couple things what kind of so player use and and we use a brand called finish that we get from cosco okay in is it a powder or liquid it's the kind of a solid piece second child trump but it's not a it's not a liquid correct yeah one of the things that I've heard a lot from people in this pertains to all different manufacturers of dishwashers it really doesn't matter which one is you know some of the chemical make ups of the powdered cleaners the what they're making it west is different and I don't know if it's environmental or it's a change in the recipe whatever you wanna call it that has changed and I have heard from quite a few people and even some repair people that the actual quality of the product that you use in there can affect this grading S. and that film that you see and so one of the recommendations that I've heard from some of the repair people is to go to a liquid and we were at our home we were cascade users for ever in the powder form and I notice that same grit now the the particular dishwasher we have has a screen that you pop out and pull out I know there's a filter that you have to do because it's a European style the American made ones like kitchen is they have a food grinder internet screen I'm at KitchenAid I can't remember I mean that models change but can you pull that screen out or no no are there data and it's vital there's other ones that they have that but not mine okay and there's no screws or anything when you look down in there that it doesn't cover plate that you could take off because I just wonder if that usually okay because I just wonder if there's something you know there's nothing to access from below because that's where the motor and the hoses and everything are going in the you know the evacuated that's the the solenoid rather that's coming out and taking it away if I was going to do anything on that there's two things I would recommend you know you've already done all the cleaners which I would have recommended the seal are the you know the cleaners for the dishwashers and you've wiped it all down the only thing I can be at this point is either some sort of foreign object in underneath that great that's on top of their or you need to switch soaps and you could do this for a test right goal if you go to the store my recommendation is go with a cascade liquid and use that for about a week and see if that makes a difference and it could just be the chemical makeup of what's changing with a lot of these powders and solids and it seems to be that the liquids do a better job obviously of dissolving because they're already a liquid form and the other thing that I will say in you may already do this but do you run the hot water at the kitchen sink first before you fire that thing up that normally but we get hot water pretty fast final but here's the thing when it feels right away if it's from a dead stop your two things are happening the KitchenAid does heat the water but it doesn't if you run the faucet and get it super hot then turn the dishwasher on you'll have hotter water they can dissolve more of that great and you can even try that with the existing with the existing soap that you have and it might be a temperature thing or maybe even your five year old KitchenAid maybe isn't getting the water as hot as it should and that could be an issue to okay we'll try the easy stuff first thank you you got it I appreciate your call and I'll be safe out there and heed the warnings of all the scientists and doctors and officials right now so we can get this thing licked you look in the house March radio with me Lou man for Danny it is own happen my time one of my clock hello it is three two one nine seventeen in the morning will be right back.

Lou
"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"lou" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That we seem to be getting this to work a little bit so we will you just like my wife telling me what came joke around anymore right okay we joke anymore this is Jeannie who is in a row origine good morning your in house March radio a good morning Lou how are you today I'm good how can I help you sh well I had a question about bathroom floors I have tried L. and I'd like to change the look of the grout my question is what should I used to practice the existing go out so that I can go ahead and you know after staying clean go ahead then and Greek grout well when you're gonna read router we gonna remove some of the ground to no I'd like to believe it just the way it is set to the floor is probably about twenty five years old right and the tiles are perfect just like route thank you Jenny but my question but here's the problem tell me about the tiles are they four by four of the six by six what are they no there's there are well I'd like a more positive note thank you well there are like three by three okay here's my only concern with this okay if you just go over the top of the grout the ground has nothing to grab on to because you're just you know it's not like putting makeup on where you're kind of you know putting a thin layer I had a cheek or something like that ground because it's cement Titius has to have something to hold on to and that's why when you put tiles in there and you know you've got a eighth inch gap or something like that you you want the grout to fit in there and so I really would like you to somehow grind out even a little bit like an eighth of an inch so the grout would have a place to grab onto then you could finish it off well that's how big of a Florida we have here well gosh maybe at not too big I think may be four feet by eight feet okay and are you gonna do this work I was planning on it wasn't too complicated all right so you have a couple options one you can buy a small little grout tool grout removal tool that looks like well it almost looks like a kitchen knife a little short little kitchen knife it has little stuffy like a paring knife but in the end of it it's got little teeth in like granules almost like a hard same paper that you would just go back and forth and each groove to to kind of remove the grout it's a lot of work or you could buy a product called a multi tool which is a about a hundred dollars and with the grout removal tool and that it vibrates like at ten thousand RPM you can hold in your hand they hate when I do that on TV but the you can hold in your hand will cut you but if you put it on a hard surface you can kind of go back and make quick work of this and so you pointed out give me a eighth of an inch of depth wipe down the floor with some just damp water to get all the dust off their van put your grout in and then finish it all off and you have to clean anything because you're gonna remove that layer of grout and that'll right that will be the best use of of your efforts in time okay and what would you in in case I decide not to do that what would be the best cleaner she just to make sure that the grout there then would all be the same color let's say all right so if you wanna trying to clean it I mean you can do you can do a whole bunch of different things you actually could clean it just with a mild solution of dish soap and warm water and a scrub brush and then what because all I'm trying to do is get the dirt and any oils or whatever and you know like some dawn dishwashing liquid does a great job with the oil and you could just clean all that up pull it all out of their wipe it down with a damp rag and then you know you could you could go over the top of that I just worry that you go through all that effort a wall last for you all right okay great well thank you so much I love I listen to you every year Saturday and I hope you and your family have a great new year I thank you very much happy new year to you as well that's very kind of you to say eight seven seven two one three four Lou eight seven seven two one three four five six eight is the phone number using today because I'm down in Florida lenses in Green Bay and Kevin's in galena Kevin you're on WGN good morning hello enjoy listening to your show every Saturday thank you well my question this morning it's out there putting in natural gas lines in the area where we live here in the lead up and I had the opportunity to convert for propane natural gas for my he stole the water here I'll just call you to ask you is it worthwhile because the up front conversion cost the kind of price you got forty five hundred dollars so I make it worth going from told saying to natural gas is that what what's your plan with your home in other words when you when you look at the crystal ball well you know what are you going to what you gonna do Hey I hope to be here another for ten years yes I do that exactly yeah I was going to say what myself and my wife god willing we're gonna be here for the next ten fifteen years okay so here's what's going to happen in the next ten years every home in that area is going to eventually go over to natural gas and if you don't do it when you go to sell the house they're gonna like all of that house that house that Kevin has is beautiful but they still have propane and so you know right now what do you do when you got out of the you got a contract with the propane provider right now coming in there filling up a giant tank and this and that and it's you know there's a cost and all of that and a and a potential hassle and where you get into the natural gas you know once it's all done it's you don't worry about it anymore and so for my added value proposition for your home when you go to sell if you if you can afford to do it it's worth the investment and the thing is if you're gonna be there ten years why not take advantage of it now so that you'll get to benefit from it the use of it for the next ten years and then it's a non issue when you go to sell then then the only issue is they don't like the carpeting or they don't like the color in the dining room or something like that which can be easily fixed well thank you I I appreciate the the.

Jeannie Lou
"lou" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lou" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Lou no one yeah that was good Taylor what's up what you gotta live how are you Hey Taylor how are you well good thank you how old are you okay size down a little young sorry well you were you born ninety five okay so J. adds up what do you do a lesson on the show listen to Johnny beat by today I got off work really early so I really am looking you thank you very much appreciate that's really early that is I mean word significantly earlier than than Johnny B. today what do you do for work I'm an insurance agent I got you she's an insurance agent not an insurance agent but an insurance agent like the presentation Johnny be put together a wonderful tribute does show for the for apple a day last night a raise over two thousand dollars was pretty pretty specially did that I know I love there there are people okay so tribute show like it was a somebody playing the role of Johnny B. last it's alright I miss charity.

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