18 Burst results for "MFR"

"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Phone call Yes More perfect Sorry More perfect than my Ukraine call That's what he actually said yesterday This was even more perfect It is exactly like the Ukraine Yeah It's like he runs the stupidest football coach in the world hunting exact same play every time No take it right up the middle I'll never see that coming Yes they will You just did it the last 6 times Go right up the middle They'll never know It's a GIF ball I mean seriously right Just even down to our DoJ Just say you're investigating Yeah My Republican House you know friends will take it from there Oh my God Same exact thing He said do you agree Just say you're investigating Oh my God Okay I don't They're better climbing Has there any other Okay Well I'm happy that they're bad at it quote No one too I'm not complaining about it It makes it more fun for us really Do I have to be the human spoiler alert in this country My friend Rob Reiner I mean by the way I sent the clip Of the fact that they're actually eating dirt to cure coronavirus They are literally eating the sand because they don't know the governor I'm sure rob enjoyed that Yes I knew if I played that clip at least a million times people would finally get it Because magaz are literally eating the sand because they don't know the difference And now Rob Reiner tweets fine Giuliani hatch the fake electors plan and at whose behest answer Donald Trump indict the MFR He ordered the code My point is rob Have I mentioned not only are they Damn right I did I think we have God sakes He ordered the code red The most number of Rob Reiner movie quotes out of any director Because Rob Reiner's the only director is my personal friend and does not charge me That's why and also they happen to be great movies that are very Apropos Everything we talk about Sometimes we don't have anything from misery in there Oh we do Do we So we have a duty card I think there should be We always say Kaka doody car We were No No we don't have mister man either Dirty bird No We have nothing from misery Rob Let's go here No that's our fault Yeah Do you know how often I use rodents of unusual size I don't believe it I don't think we even have that What did they just say yesterday about a crime I don't think that I don't think mild means what you think it means No Don't think that means what you think it means Okay I had Zoe if you want it now It's restarted What's the most important thing Timing I know but it wasn't comedy It's not really common Let's just do it now I think it's funny All right Obviously I'm going to have the direct testimony of general Kellogg about what he heard the former president say to the former vice president would like to talk to miss Trump about that But we have direct testimony that miss Trump went in multiple times At least twice maybe more to her father I believe she was alone with him to ask him to call off the violence We'd like to talk to her about that Yes think of it as all part of your.

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"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:24 min | 7 months ago

"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The Georgia phone call Yes More paper Sorry More perfect than my Ukraine call That's what he actually said yesterday This was even more perfect It is exactly like the Ukraine It's like he runs the stupidest football coach before he runs the exact same play every time No take it right up the middle They'll never see that coming Yes they will You just did at the last 6 times Go right up the middle They'll never know It's a curve ball I mean seriously right Just even down to our DoJ Just say you're investigating Yeah My Republican House you know friends will take it from there Oh my God Same exact thing he said to Ukraine Just say you're investigating Oh my God Okay I don't They're about a crime Are there any other Okay Well I'm happy that they're bad at court No Too I'm not complaining about it It makes it more fun for us really Do I have to be the human spoiler alert in this country My friend Rob Reiner I mean by the way I sent the clip of the fact that they're actually eating dirt to cure coronaviruses They are literally eating the sand because they don't know the government I'm sure rob enjoyed that Yes I knew if I played that clip at least a million times people would finally get it Because magaz are literally eating the sand because they don't know the difference And now Rob Reiner tweets fine Giuliani hatch the fake electors plan And whose behest answer Donald Trump indict the MFR He ordered the code My point is rob have I mentioned not only are they Damn right I did I think we have God sakes He ordered the code red The most number of Rob Reiner movie quotes out of any director Because Rob Reiner's the only director is my personal friend and does not charge me That's why and also they happen to be great movies that are very Apropos Everything we talk about I'm surprised we don't have anything from misery in there Oh we do Do we Do we have cocker duty cards I think we always say Kaka duty car We got your man No No we don't have mister man either Dirty bird No Okay We have nothing from misery Rob Let's go here No that's our fault Since it sounds like Do you know how often I use rodents of unusual size I don't believe it I don't think we even have that What did I just say yesterday about aron I don't think that I don't think mild means what you think it means No I think that means what you're thinking is Okay I have Zoey if you want it now It's restarted What's the most important thing Timing I know but it wasn't comedy It's not really common Let's just do it now I think it's funny Obviously I wouldn't have had the direct testimony of general Kellogg about what he heard the former president say to the former vice president We would like to talk to miss Trump about that But we have direct testimony that miss Trump went in multiple times At least twice maybe more to her father I believe she was alone with him to ask him to call off the violence We'd like to talk to her about that Yes think of it as all part of your.

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"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"mfr" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Go up It's Stephanie Miller dot com But yeah I just am out of like what's his name Djokovic bye bye Good Get out He's out for three years of just can't get back into Australia good I mean and the French Open the Frances said you're not even getting in here if you're not vaccinated for the French Open Yeah So it's like it's like dude what the hell Listen Travis this may be the most depressing article you've ever sent me Expect more worrisome COVID variants after Roma cron scientists say it's depressing I mean these anti vaxxers and worldwide including Djokovic so that have put us in that this is just going to get worse and worse and there's going to be more variants and it is profoundly depressing And the fact like I say that all the media is blaming Biden is just okay I don't even know what to say anymore But the thing is that other countries in the UK for instance where there is a such a high percentage of people who are fully vaccinated Right That they are coming out of Omaha did things get very close to really bad Yes but they were able to write it out without going into entire crisis mode like some of the hospitals here are having to do in areas where there's low vaccination rates My home state Louisiana at 50% 50% This is what all the doctors are saying is coming next is this brutal wave is going to hit rural areas It hasn't hit there yet but they have literally zero ICU beds in all these red counties available now And they have vaccination rates as you say less than 50% and the omicron wave is coming and hasn't hit them yet What do you think is going to happen More disaster You brought something up maybe Oh I was thinking why my best friend lives in Australia Well why they're so ripped pissed A Djokovic is because the restrictions they've been living under they're about the same size as Florida I was reading someone did the statistics floors a little bit bigger but they've had 2700 deaths Florida has 63,000 because of Ron DeSantis leadership Australia has tried to take this really seriously So of course they're like who's this idiot And not just trying to sneak in But lying about it and exposing reporters and children And let's not leave out the number of right wingers in this country that all of a sudden it's fine for somebody for somebody coming into the country to break the laws I guess I guess that you know when you're white and from Serbia that's okay And a sports car Not okay You're right If you're crossing the border here in the United States I mean and the Australians almost I mean it is overwhelmingly They overwhelmingly approve of not letting Djokovic in Yeah I mean I mean it actually one reason they think the government did it is because the government was suffering some pretty bad popularity ratings And they thought this would boost them because the public was so heavily behind No don't let this MFR in Right Yeah absolutely And you retweeted someone that said people ask me how many boosters are you willing to take Like it's a gotcha How about three in a pandemic and then once a year is a booster Hello where the species whose existence has been defined by a struggle against infectious diseases and now free boosters are the problem and you just said you can boost me as often as you like Keep them coming Just penetrate me Penetrate me over and over as long time Stick it on Stick it in Just keep it coming I can take them all Stick it in Rude pundit is prone Please My Friends Stick it in Stick it in Okay Also thank you for trolling senator Marshall Blackburn on Twitter who said critical race theory has no place in our schools We should be bringing folks together in students should be taught to be independent thinkers and you said what if a student thinking independently decides critical race theory is entirely valid blew your tiny mind Blackburn And also speaking of the truth coming out now we're seeing that schools are just banning books by black also Morrison Well not even books that are have anything even remotely to do with critical race theory but because they talk about the real lives of black people Yes it gives white people Maya Angelou is being put on the quarter and I know why the caged bird sings still gets banned Yep Because of its content Hi Bruh pundit I needed just your level of rudeness I'm going to yell your name out when I'm with airfall or in a few minutes Okay I appreciate that You know Eric and I do have a kind of friendly antagonism going Actually you know what I've said this before The truth about Eric bullard is Eric bullard's one of the people that made me get into doing this kind of writing is.

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"mfr" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"mfr" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The I haven't really woken up. Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast, I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand. Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee. Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m.. Price and participation may vary. McDonald's, I'm loving it. On today's episode, we talk to former green beret. Jim Hansen, what are we going to do with the rhinos if we win in the midterms and 2024? And then my monologue on the Supreme Court decision is it really a victory. Portions of the following program may contain pre recorded material. This is America first and here's your host doctor so Bastian gorka. You're welcome to be a friend to America first one on one. There are certain individuals not many in the swamp who you wouldn't mind being in a foxhole with a shoulder to shoulder in the same trench. One of those individuals, you can tell because we invited him to be a guest host here in America first is of course Jim Hansen and now we're putting him on the other side of the table because he is a long form guest for this episode of one on one. Uncle Jim, welcome back. Always a pleasure, Sam. All right, if you're not familiar with this man, why? What is your excuse? He is the founder of the security studies group, follow him on Twitter at Jim Hansen, D.C. his latest book is winning the second Civil War. Calm down he didn't matter. The subtitles without firing a shot, okay, but right up the show anyway, because I love those transcripts you do for free when you get your knickers in a twist. So get busy, get typing, okay? Without firing a shot unless you're really make me mad. Because I read Second Amendment. That's not about hunting? No. It's about overthrowing a tyrannical government. It's not serious. We came from? I thought that's how we did it. Are they right? And if it needs to happen again, that's why they put it in there. Isn't that great? We should send them like a constitutional something. We should have them. You need one of these. We'll send you several. We'll sign them. Jim and I will sign them and underline the importance of words. We need to do that. Let's do that. Let's have fun. Okay, for those who didn't catch you last week, thank you. Thank you for filling in for me, super, super job. The guys enjoyed it as did our listeners. But let's start at the beginning because this is what we do with all our long form guests. So tell them who is Jim Hanson. What is he done and how did he get to be the head of this organization? Wow. The real way I got to be it was I went to the university of Wisconsin Madison as a young 18 year old back when UW mad city was the number one party school in America as rated. And I got serious number one. This is number one by Playboy magazine. They rated UW max city number one. I took a bunch of classes. I took Hebrew because I was thinking about joining the IDF. I took astronomy to stop that. Okay, so can you just explain that? Why are we going to join these red defense forces? Because of entebbe. Is the greatest commando raid? Are you circumcised? Yeah. And I mean how to speak the alphabet? I had a body in my unit in the British intelligence reserves, went to serve with the what do they call them multinational for MFR? The MFA in the Sinai. And he fell in love with Israeli. I wanted to. 8 32, you had to get circumcised. Ouch. Don't know, please don't go there. Okay, so Hebrew I'm taking tags I'm doing that. I'm thinking about all those things. But top party school in the country. I got 5 incompletes. That's impressive. My dad was not impressed. Who is the Vietnam vet and West Point grad? No way. Yeah, to two tours of Vietnam. So he got the envelope and he opens it up and he looks at it and looks at me and looks at it again and looks at me. Crumples it up, throws it in the fireplace and says, you need to find a place to live and a job because I'm not paying for school anymore. So you out. I kicked me out and said, you might want to consider joining the army because they can't fire your raising butt. So are you a good joke? That kicks you out and joined the army. That is a good story. It's a great one. It should be pretty commercial because after that, things got better..

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Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

"But let's start at the beginning because this is what we do with all our long form guests. So tell them who is Jim Hanson. What is he done and how did he get to be the head of this organization? Wow. The real way I got to be it was I went to the university of Wisconsin Madison as a young 18 year old back when UW mad city was the number one party school in America as rated. And I got serious number one. This is number one by Playboy magazine. They rated UW max city number one. I took a bunch of classes. I took Hebrew because I was thinking about joining the IDF. I took astronomy to stop that. Okay, so can you just explain that? Why are we going to join these red defense forces? Because of entebbe. Is the greatest commando raid? Are you circumcised? Yeah. And I mean how to speak the alphabet? I had a body in my unit in the British intelligence reserves, went to serve with the what do they call them multinational for MFR? The MFA in the Sinai. And he fell in love with Israeli. I wanted to. 8 32, you had to get circumcised. Ouch. Don't know, please don't go there. Okay, so Hebrew I'm taking tags I'm doing that. I'm thinking about all those things. But top party school in the country. I got 5 incompletes. That's impressive. My dad was not impressed. Who is the Vietnam vet and West Point grad? No way. Yeah, to two tours of Vietnam. So he got the envelope and he opens it up and he looks at it and looks at me and looks at it again and looks at me. Crumples it up, throws it in the fireplace and says, you need to find a place to live and a job because I'm not paying for school anymore. So you out. I kicked me out and said, you might want to consider joining the army because they can't fire your raising butt. So are you a good joke? That kicks you out and joined the army. That is a good story. It's a great one. It should be pretty commercial because after that, things

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"mfr" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"mfr" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The union's vote In what world would we think to close something essential like in person education when we have seen the negative effects of that When our bars remain open School districts in Atlanta had Detroit and prince George's county in Maryland have gone to remote learning It's been a year since the January 6th attack on the capitol but law enforcement They're still looking for as many as about 350 people who were there that day Police say they are looking for the ones who used weapons and chemical agents against police Newly sworn in New York City mayor Eric Adams talked today about the unprecedented spike in COVID cases keeping kids in school and crime in the city The mayor took some criticism after a news conference where he said low skill workers can't remote remotely work Today on CBS mornings he clarified a statement When you talk about closing down our city Yeah If you are a dishwasher you can't remotely do your job And we don't have an accountant in the office space coming to a restaurant to occupy their space Exactly Then you're not going into that restaurant That dishwasher is not going to have a job Adam's also was asked about stop and frisk He says he's in support of the policy but not when it unfairly targets communities of color It appears North Korea has test fired a missile according to South Korea's joint chiefs of staff North Korea fired an unidentified projectile toward the sea of Japan It is the first launch since Pyongyang fired a ballistic missile in October Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Paul Tom Michael Barr thanks so much Paul Sweeney I look at where we are with the ADP reported claims report tomorrow Joshua Shapiro over to MFR economics saying we're going to see an adjustment Some of the gloom economists some of those looking for under 400,000 at 400,000 may bring up their estimates a little bit Yeah exactly Tom I think we're trying to get a sense here on the labor market And the thing I focus on obviously a lot of economists say is focus on the participation rate or people coming back into the workforce I also look at a wage inflation Are we going to see a pick up in wages here Because we know we have this short term inflation out there that's hitting everybody at the gas pump in the supermarket Are you going to see some pickup in wages to offset that So you have the actual labor number the participation rate the wages all ties in together The way you just tie it together and you'll see if it's a wage price spiral as the gloom crew fears about It's interesting or as Ira Jersey said folks the idea of you know I'm sorry unimaginable 7% inflation but then we'll down as well There's a stew to the market today We're watching Brent crude solidly at $80 The barrel maybe because of.

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"mfr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A legitimately nice guy he's a good guy I mean he's you know worked during a very difficult time he's thinking about other people is thinking about future sports writers and he's actually going to put together a an online course to Twitter course in your future in sports writing and it's you know for people who want to get into this business and I it's just and it's just a very a very cool thing to Kerry Crowley is doing in I'm sure we'll get into that but we'll I don't know I mean he's going to tell me he he's going to genetic may only look I ages the one thing I will say it was very cool he put that out there and it be in the news for me is you it should be very easy to read full of one syllable words so I mean look I'm I'm sure even a four year old could read it there won't be much of an issue whatsoever so he can bring that a issue collapse all he wants all I know is where university there are state school night that rate there more for cities in that school who last year your total weight loss more your tuition costs more last I checked I don't think coming up pay issues A. issues admission rate was a hundred and one percent so they allowed people to come to the school didn't even apply as possible we have that so it may it is it is absurd absurd of him the think issue is the superior school where he gets that from another is a lot of bars around the issue would meet maybe pick up a drinking habit I'm not sure but there's got it's got to be a call to everybody who applies gets in it's like he old it's like Harvard on the hill no no no you don't even have to play you getting group really yeah it is showing that here is like I got an issue I don't even apply I think it is it is like yeah we got it wrong in my car and left me a four year right for right it is actually that's what I'm talking about it is easy I mean listen man I'm I'm not trying to get out of pocket I'm not trying to get in in in the middle of of Arizona institutions of higher learning piece but I do wonder if do you think Kerry Crowley has this superior attitude being some double disappear attitude towards your Wildcats does he have that attitude based on the results of various sports contests between your two universities is with that lead him to that to that sort of rhetoric we could have it in football yeah I mean I would drive over there right now put on a a white glove and slap him if if he talks about basketball that would mean you would desert swarm what could get can go back thirty years good in Rockwall drop him as he said I'll take orders you had to do me any good thirty years ago if that were the case about as well wasn't even close it is like playing a juco so every it nowadays it's a that's a little bit closer there's no doubt but please do give people a choice a issue are you of a they're going to USA are you of a I'm not I'm not saying we're the harbor to the west we're not we are number one in strong to me though so I think I we were five years ago I keep it clean under that come like if or when so that's great we we could be one in something so it's not again pac twelve was a lot of great schools you have a M. sure ranks in the in the bottom half of the head it no doubt but below a issue let's pull and that's P. U. H. L. lease for lease Tom I'm I'm a Latino unlocking which you are rocking with the university of Arizona not just because of my association with you Hey listen I got no dog in this fight respect to issue I I wish that would have been the tip it's it seems to be fine place populated by decent people but I know this I know only one campus had revenge of the nerds filmed on its campus and that would be the university of Arizona so me being a neutral observer with school and I going to go with I got to go with the one that was the backdrop for cinematic classic thank you that's what I'm talking about going out with a second pac twelve pac ten when you were there it was Friday Sunday is play games for it was it was a Friday Sunday everywhere they were no I think we were there is a Saturday the court Thursday Saturday marked and then yeah that would those are normal schedule so an off night in college would you how often how common was it for you guys to make that track to Tampere to work so you know Scottsdale or Phoenix just up in that area or would you guys all stay into some old is far as it would be means will be whether or not you want to go out at all you don't know what do you guys make guns rights at the end of it yes guys miles yeah I did I got your **** quipped he well we hope to hell no hell no I'm not going now we had enough to do with the with the green dolphin we had the the boat was at the wood buffalo or did the board wooden nickel with buffalo and I can't remember regular Strickland I went there I could never the day of the dirt bags what we did we had a pretty good teams you have to pay for beers at the wooden buffalo nickel yeah whatever that was yeah I believe I did it but they had the then when the worst ideas ever that it was kind of like the major league baseball's salary structure where it's like you know at ten percent and then it goes to twenty percent and it goes at thirty these guys started off in whoever started this I mean the G. eight DD I hopefully it's outlawed by now but from I think it was from seven to eight a beer started off on a dime and then between a good night that's a good name for between eight nine was a quarter yeah we we used to call it beat that number you tell it was called beat the clock at younger it's called beat the clock and encourage binge drinking goddess yeah absolutely I don't think I ever I don't think I ever saw a dollar another one of those dollars some points on my server mated to a doll if you're going to do and we got it last right yeah that's probably why people dollars right I gave a dollar and I'm like yeah let's take ten days MFR kilo argument that you're Derrick Coleman moment here's a five spot to serve the American to me look a little while away I walked home I think it took me five miles to get home I I was all over the map it took me to you know local mass spec then the tiger was so diabolical they did beat the clock on Thursday if they did it in the afternoon and at night so you hit the tiger for beat the clock after classes on Thursday get halfway get half a buzz going go home power nap and then come back for the evening session of beat the clock my liver is petrifying right now just thinking about back in the day well my god yeah I know right the hot spot in sac was key Largo at the time and cut to me which is still there but and then and then downtown America live came up with a a bar was like a bunch of bars but I can remember one night I think did you I think you would see the Dennis Hopson but it was definitely Jeff Turner and styles we're in this in this college bar after a after a game against the kings some for some for their Friday what you put people's business of mystery back good god for this portion of the show is asking you this question it is five thirty one sports fans was the.

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"mfr" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Live email it around the house dot com we had a great discussion last week about furnace filters and ratings and my buddy Brian eagle crest weighed in with some great advice he said you know if you've been to test whether or not you are using a furnace filter that's too dense it's loading down the furnace too much as it bears a simple test check to see what happens with the burners when your thermostat kicks on in the morning if the burners come on and off and on and off as the furnace heats up and cool down it cools down then maybe your filters either way too dirty or it's too high a murder of a rating so down now I love that because if the if the furnace flames that is the gas turns off the furnace has to catch up on the blower stays on and it comes on again and off and on again until the thermostat satisfied what's supposed to happen the thermostat let's say you're as I do sixty seven or sixty four during the night and then at six thirty in the morning I've but I think I have it set six twenty something like that it picks up to seventy one and that is ideally that cycle should be a steady continuous burner on cycle until this thermostat satisfied in Brian's pointers if on the way up from sixty four to seventy one of the burners turned on and then turn off and turn on and then turn off your filters to dance or it's too dirty probably too dense to Brian saying a merger five filter is pretty much all you need he likes home depots true blue I like some of the fill treat three M. brands but it doesn't matter but anyway so I can email this week and I don't know what I did with that with his email it was a gentleman the city Lecter discussion but he's not seeing Merv ratings on filters anymore and I got to thinking about that yeah that was the gist is if life is not complicated enough three M. and I think some other people also have gotten into M. P. R. rating sets minimum minimum particle rating which indicates how how small the particle filter captures and I'm M. P. R. E. N. N. three M. one another step in introduced M. as far minimum filter rating so these ratings are all sort of equivalent but if you go on the Amazon website are just doing it during the break in there there are some Merv ratings but also a lot of MPR ring so here's kind of the story on that a murder six Merv eight and Merv eleven which is I'll I'll run through here really quick our five or six is about right according to Brian and I did our value brands advice and that's an M. P. R. rating of three hundred and eight is six hundred and as you would expect an eleven if you just go up the chain in terms of of of of linear graph is eleven to twelve hundred so three six twelve six eight eleven in murder so if you C. M. P. R. rating that those of the the values the M. F. R. is a five green in a seven red but the MFR is not used all that much at least for now so if you are looking for a filter of good furnace filter just look at those MPR or Emmy R. V. ratings and try to make your choice I think the six which is an M. P. R. three hundred is about right now that I have you've thoroughly confused it's just a different rating the numbers are the same the higher the number the smaller the particles get captured and the denser the filter is in and it's it's good to it's good to capture smaller particle of yours you can but the trade off and of course it's all about trade offs is the fact that you load the furnace down it over heats up over it can overheat the furnace so there you go you want something that's you know the characters fairly small particles I think the Murph five rating Emmy R. V. five is gets down to about ten microns if that's pretty small particle of dust mites in larger bacteria smoke particles and things are captured down at that at that level to give you an idea of the average human hairs fifty microns in diameter so a fifth of that it's pretty small particle of you may have the folks in your house which have allergies breathing issues hopefully you don't have anybody with asthma but you might have a fever or people are just allergic to a lot of different things and most of these filters will capture mold spores of that is that is that is a concern but you might go to a higher Merv rating up to appoint us Merv ratings get up in the sixteen to twenty rating in those filters really are a little too dense for a normal furnace so that murder of five or six or M. P. R. three hundred I think is the way to go let's see here what did we have some I got a couple in this is worth this.

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"mfr" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"For me to get a ticket online DVD Kate I com IBM's own ended abruptly before today's Michigan and west end up do Michigan women's basketball game happening at the crisis center tip off at six o'clock and you get your pre game coverage with Matt park from lawyers that I NG college coming up here and a couple of minutes hi this is a big game for Michigan going into it obviously coming out of huge weekend with Iowa who is that the top of the the big ten standings so it if if you are looking for something if you are an about this is definitely again you want to head on down to Hey you've you've heard many of the members of the you'll them club van overcoming usually every Friday and have mentioned that this is one of the the the the great like probably low key things that in an Arbor you can go to and is very affordable and what's great about two is a very family friendly environment so if you are if you are willing to head out into the into the the weather as there is some snow coming down here in Ann Arbor were supposed to get about another inch between now and I believe it's at eight o'clock but I think that's supposed to diminish off as the day progressed as the night progresses an impossibility of some flurries as well coming into the overnight hour that doubt we will probably be in the clear coming to not coming into tomorrow but head on down the crisis center Michigan tips off with Purdue at six o'clock right around six o'clock you can't be down there the game will be on B. C. N. tonight's summation to infer that mission going into this game five in five in big ten play they hit the five hundred mark with their big victory over Iowa on Sunday and produce coming into this one it with a six and five record so victory puts Michigan in the plus side of things and house guys is quite a bit if you did a quite a few teams actually get themselves back into the other run of the possibility of big ten regular season championship now it's it's not out of the now the question but there are a lot of big teams ahead of Rutgers with Michigan has been early in the season our they've got in the end in front of Maryland is in front of northwestern who is a very tough team we heard met park on the call with them last weekend and then I was still on top is a three way tie and top between Iowa north western Maryland MFR will definitely way in more about this as we get closer to tip off which we are about four minutes away from your pregame coverage we should be having ray here on sports talk ten fifty to be to get the ticket and you can listen to it online to be to get out com Michigan Purdue tip off coming up at six o'clock we'll get to Matt park in the coverage from Learfield IMG college coming up after these PSAs get you ready for today's match up between the Wolverines and the Boilermakers here on sports activity to be to get the tickets livia from Washington laid off and trying to keep our little kids from realizing that mommy and Daddy haven't eaten in awhile Roger from California I'm grateful we could afford our son surgery nervous that.

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"mfr" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"A very the only the only thing I can add that rant is that sets up once I say to people all the time okay that what did she say at the end there as a little Ted talk so you guys yeah yeah it was like kind of under his breath so he says the only thing I can add to that rant and now I'll hold up the front page of bostonherald for those that haven't seen it to and you're not seeing it as a holding it up but it's Charlie Baker in that moment pointing to I. ANA Presley and the headline is that rant and then the under had some bad line is gaffe tastic governor does it again because I on is M. L. KD's speech that rant we then as the day wore on you'll know first thing's first you'll note as Baker says that rant their laughter you can hear I think its walls it but you can hear walls and you can hear Presley laughing let's hear it again lighting just through that part because I think this is important if something isn't a phase offensive right in the moment generally you know what if if I'm sitting there and you sell that MFR okay well like I'm not laughing but as Baker says that rant you can hear the person he's speaking about laughing about it I'm sitting here thinking that the mayor made a smart strategic move.

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"mfr" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"All right it is Ballantine shelf real to have you as we go back to the phones and book your up next book what some Hey bill how you doing hang in there but okay so I got a question why on earth will the will conservatives not run by the same playbook and make it personal I think that there should be some national person that that runs a story saying the New York times has been punk begin yes please exposing yeah absolutely making them but you know they put their their credibility on the line but also make them have to have to improve their story well that's why we're seeing other news is an unconfirmed story this no confirmation on this at all yeah we just need to say they've been poked and make them make improve they've that they haven't been exactly I bought briefly remote punked they have been punked well that's a well I don't think they've been punk I think they're they're they're plunking us I think they're part of the conspiracy I think New York times is in on this big league by the way you see the Alec Baldwin brought blasting shrunk voters is being immoral Alec Baldwin Mr potty mouth Mr all I know the good lord Hollywood he's going to give us a lesson on morality using well that's the last person many lesson on from is Alec Baldwin this I can tell you next Charlie Sheen yeah maybe they'll both give a seminar what do you Charlie Sheen and Alec Baldwin the seminar on morality yeah maybe get him sells a church Russell you would be up next Russell what's up on a much feel how you doing I'm hanging in there Russell what's the good word well the first hours one like a quick statement then I want to say something else you mentioned to another caller before the break about you know all this climate change and the plants you know taking in carbon dioxide we don't install from these climate change proponents about channel you know methane gas on was known as Ford's whether they do or when they don't know if they found it plants sometimes maybe taking on too much carbon dioxide maybe they have a way to expel that car gosh plant Putin okay we're gonna have a problem then they gonna kill all the plants but no seriously speaking you know this hold don't use is is all like you said a large all about control and the fact that these people are are tiny and with the biggest sum of biggest hypocrites of ever seen or heard about and they are trying to use of actually use government and international agencies and whatever else they can use to try and change our lifestyle here and in other countries try and change the capitalistic system and it is communism people around online people saying it's fascism during World War two the fascist governments in Germany Japan and Italy allow private companies to produce for the state map they didn't support the state they'll course would suffer from Darcy consequences will know communism owns the means of production and that's what these people want to do well that's exactly right and that's the whole the whole game the whole mind set behind it is to destroy capitalism and that's why I'm so adamantly opposed to these folks I mean it it for one thing they don't have any proof at all that anything they they're saying is coming true but are there but their heart is in the wrong place I mean they're out to destroy capitalism because they think it's unfair that's exactly right now I aggressive thanks for your time thank you Sir I had a qu'un have with me I don't and we may have used it in I'm calling bovines got college young leaders no I know when we all okay all right this is another podcast we get but it's a scene and she really she she spills the beans on why it is she's doing what she's doing because she goes straight from well I think what she does she goes straight from we're just where where are destroying the planet with CO two to look at all these of these children in my district with as well which has nothing whatsoever to do with CO two to look at all these rich corporations all these people have money and we need to make sure that we redistribute the wealth and I'm okay well I mean she would be zero she went from zero to sixty faster than Tesla I mean this woman went straight to it and she didn't even think she didn't think about it well what she's doing she's given away her position she showing her cards it's not about saving the planet because the CO two is not harming the planet it's not causing as well and CO two is not causing rich folks to have you but she just thinks it's unfair that all these rich people have money and the poor people don't because remember she was waitressing tables before she gotten to work to Congress and now she's got her money and so it and she's getting her money from the government she was a buy off to get theirs I guess they you've you're up next day what's up so are you hanging in the day what do you do this weekend and I watched an interview with Trey Gowdy this whole impeachment thing is to give ME mission to Nancy Pelosi to be able to support more moderate Republicans are in the areas that are not strong he thinking she is all set up for them to get power within the house and the Senate to basically make his next four years the only dark because they know they can't stop the builder based gonna get reelected we know this impeachment gold anywhere honey this is their mission to change people's minds it voted for trial what do you think about that you mean getting defeated in twenty twenty or just a just wound him basically wounded him again they're going after his support of the of the more moderate Republicans the general really twelve dominated trying to get them out of all the support Democrats in the office so that they could change the power within the house and the Senate and hopefully give power of the house and Senate which that means trumps wire for years he'd be lying dark you would be okay and then don because you would have not I'm sport yeah well there's there's no doubt about that she's trying to increase our majority in the house and she's trying to swing the Senate to the Democrats I don't see how impeachment does it though I think what she's trying to do is she's trying to wound the president as far as the twenty twenty election she won't see him gone and if they have some I like Bernie what the that's the worst nightmare them is not even the Democrat hierarchy once Bernie in the air but they seem to not be too that have too much of a problem Elizabeth Warren and I don't see any difference between them they're the same person two wings of the same vulture I mean that they're the same one and so I've you know I don't know what the end game there is I think they would probably prefer Biden but then you've got people like A. O. C. who doesn't even thing Biden is in her same party she says in any other country we wouldn't be in the same party and I don't know which country she Stallman other than than as well if she was in any other if they were in Venezuela they're probably but but buying them against the wall speaking of that you saw this I assume and we have all this info Valentine that come under show prep this is this burning supporter who is talking about walling these people they just go all the time and pulling out explain to you what walling means it means putting people up against the wall of the firing squad and so this is what is this guy's name jerk us or something Jeric Jeric child Urich field organizer for the Sanders camping it sends organization this is from project veritas they went under cover again and undercover footage released by them today shows a field organise I organizer for burning warning that liberals will get me F. ing wall first and a socialist revolution there is in the super I'm Tom of the wall you gotta understand the context there were marketed by an individual and invite is Kyle Jeric was prompted by a project veritas journalists who has gone the guys like that liberals what are we going to do with them good luck he said with a laugh before adding liberals get be F. ing wall first it's common is a play on the expression against the wall a reference to pass left wing regimes placing dissenters against the wall to be shot another point the project veritas journalists ask how you gonna throw down with so you got to give in the lingo with these folks who don't throw down with and he reflects for a moment then begins counting on his fingers is is the billionaire class the F. in media the pundits running with that train of thought he fantasized about killing the staff of cable news channel MSNBC and openly liberal outlook that has obsessively pursued far left conspiracy theories about president trump conspiring with Russia he continues in says walk into that MSNBC studio drag these MF furs out by their hair and light them on fire in the streets now you gotta stand if somebody's if if MSNBC is too liberal for this guy this guy's a Bernese supporter what are we dealing with here and another part of video is ask what should be done about those who resist the change well I'll tell you what in Cuba what did they do to reactionaries and the project where it's australis as they shot him on the beach and your exit is do you want to fight against the revolution you're going to die for it MFR now during a separate part of the undercover video Zurich speaks favorable about gulags arguing that they could be used to re educate trump supporters in billing is and this is what he says he's in **** Germany after the fall of the **** party there was a she I con of the populace that was F. thing not so fine Germany had to spend billions of dollars re educating their effing people to not be **** we're probably gonna have to do the same effing thing here that's kind of what all Bernese whole effing like Hey free education for everybody because we're gonna have to teach you not to being an effing **** this is what we're dealing with we'll be back right after.

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"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rate and your brain wave patterns and the more that happens the more the pain goes away in addition the study found that the more empathy a comforting partner feels for their partner in pain the more their brain waves fall in the sink and the more the pain recedes the study is the latest in a growing body of research into a phenomenon known as interpersonal synchronization in which people physiologically mirror those there with is the first tended to look at brain waves synchronization in the context of paying it offers new insight into the pain relief technique known as healing touch of the study's authors say their work illustrates the importance of human touch in a world with fewer and fewer physical interactions in the research was done in neuroscience lab at the university of Colorado in boulder and the university of Haifa in Israel and we found it fascinating but we also wanted some real world reaction to the study so to provide some of that for us we're pleased to welcome back to healing quest Linda Bailey a body concepts in Folsom so Linda is a massage therapist a personal trainer a polite he's instructor and an expert in a pain relief technique called myofascial release which I've actually experienced myself the Linda welcome dealing quest hi thank you very much it's good to have you back in in thanks for joining us what's your reaction to the study out of about how simply holding the hand of a loved one in pain can actually reduce their pain well that is not surprising to me because I experienced that every day in my work I'm just creating a safe place and being compassionate to the person puts them it is just that and then when you touch them they just a sigh of relief and then their body just goes into a different eight it's it's quite wonderful well that's what that's when you touch them because you have very healing hands and at but so we talked before with that's a really important point because I think that you you work at a level probably many levels above us ordinary civilians who care for somebody else but I think maybe it's also that in that connection with somebody who you know cares about you regardless of what their training maybe if that's all you think that's a lot of that that has a lot to do with it actually if you're absolutely correct having empathy but no judgment just that you're there for them you're not invested in the outcome you are just there for them president and that's it and just having that intention you can feel that they can feel that in the hands that intention is palpable and that's what makes the difference yes I mean that's what we automatically do with you know with their children they fall we put our hands on their you know their or whatever you know we we we automatically do that instinctively I think as humans so interesting to see the research so in in the context were Linda's working I'm wondering how many experiences she's had with with this experience of feeling somebody just repeat release their pain once you touch them in a certain way I actually have a very interesting story of a client where I held her hand that was hit very cold hands and sometimes when the body has been in a state of survival for a long time it just shot the energy away from the nonessential parts of the body in the hands and feet they can the body considers nonessential so we always had very cold hands and his wife would comment because they really couldn't hold hands they were they were just ice cold and when he told me that a civil let's try this and so I just stood next to him and you know you want it on the table and found the right position and not right position is subjective and then in that moment when I got in just the right position it was like two magnets cooking together there's this energy in the palm of our hand and it just sucked her hands together and he said did you feel that and I said I didn't while and it warmed his hands and we just held it that way for a for quite awhile about I don't know maybe ten minutes did the other hand and from then on he did not have cold hands that's a beautiful story I love that and I mean the fact that it lasted is kind of amazing you know no side effects of that tree just love by the way if you're just joining us you're listening healing quest I'm Roy Walker and I'm Judy Brooks and we're talking with therapist massage therapist Linda Bailey about a new study showing that simply holding the hand of a loved one in pain can actually reduce their pain now we talked before about the growing research into what's called inter personal synchronization what do you think about that well I think it's I think it's fascinating that I I don't call it that in my and what I'm doing but I completely agree with the terms and that when I'm working with somebody all the sudden I feel things sort of click where I'm in a state of mind and I can feel the client sync up and that's when the tissue will release better and just melt away and I think it's because we're sinking up where everything thinking up and it's allowing that healing to take place so you can actually you have a physical sense of the connection which is being made I guess really in the brain but you can feel it in in your body yes it's a it's a it's a fascinating phenomenon and I can feel it with if I touching their shoulders and they a lot of times we'll just get a big emotional release because of that compassion it's a it's really important it's not just the touch but it's what and when I read that research I thought that that was interesting that when the person was more compassionate and more empathetic it decrease the pain even more so it's the intention and finding somebody that you feel safe with that's a huge part of having to touch part work yeah that's that's that doesn't surprise me but as you know as a massage therapist and an MF and MFF are specialists you are always touching people to heal them but I would like to ask you about what we talked about earlier and that's how inappropriate touch at and in what advice you have for people who think that that might be happening in the situation that is an excellent question and what I say to people is that one if your session so if you feel uncomfortable for any reason you do not need any more proof than that if you feel if you're wondering huh I wonder if this is inappropriate it is because if it wasn't an appropriate if it weren't an appropriate the thought wouldn't even cross your mind we only have about a minute left but I want to just kind of go back as in case some of you out there we didn't hear the show that Linda was on we really talked about and that far just give us a little not show exactly what that is to tell our listeners what that is again to it MFR myofascial release is a you release the system of fashion and fashion is throughout the whole entire body it's the only system that touches everything in the body every cell every muscle fiber every muscle belly it connects it connects everything and it needs to be gentle because fashion is designed to absorb force so it's very very very very strong and so you want to release the fashion it's a very relaxing to the client and it can release I. T. band pain back pain it just frozen shoulder it's great for everything well I thought it was great when I when we worked on me was good so how can people find you Linda well they can go to our website W. W. W. dot body concepts Inc dot com they can call at nine one six nine three nine six eight zero zero or they can email us at info at body concepts Inc dot com well thank you so much for being with us again today in the eye it was really great to get your insight into the what is the call interpersonal synchronization that's right well thank you very much for having me again it was a pleasure thanks Linda talk to you soon okay bye bye we've been speaking with Linda Bailey about new research showing the power of human touch to relieve pain you were thinking the same as I when we look at this data reminds us of a story that we did cash years ago on the healing touch concept at a big hospital in Connecticut and Connecticut I know I did that story what I was reading about it was was we had we asked the doctor who is in charge of the healing touch program at this big hospital in Connecticut I said what room where you are how did you feel about this since I was very skeptical yeah I don't work the son of pretty wooed me but he said boy it does work and he said the patients need less pain meds they get out of the hospital sooner and their recoveries faster so he said you have this there's something about this healing touch which is really really good well you know I believe in the power of touch to heal I think that's one of the reasons I was drawn to becoming a rake it their best because it makes so much sense that you could use energy coming through your hands to heal yourself and to heal others well I always like it when you have your hands on me is that which I'm not raking now has some hills but let's get back to work here up next in your self care segment Judy it welcomes the doctor Howard merit to talk about his latest thoughts on why the best is yet to come and don't forget you can find a podcast of this and all of our healing great shows on our website at U. ingress dot TV and please follow us on Facebook and Twitter at healing quest I'm Judy Brooks and I'm my walking horse that you're listening to healing quest I heart radio message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if.

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"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And when I say be nice you know we have these we have but believe it or not we're lucky we have three total people that send me nasty emails and they use fake email addresses and and they write this so I know who they are and all they got to do is on mass themselves and have a nice healthy debate that's all except there's one we got the F. B. I. work and let's put it that way but I get the latest one today from a fake email address short idiot Gary call bomb you don't take sides on anything people already know you take sides so stop lying Gary call bomb you lying and effort and of course he spells it out no I don't take sides they all noisy eight me they of all let us down politically everyone everyone they all work for themselves they don't do anything for us the corrupt the leasing I think we got the twenty three trillion of death and I get these emails back trumps concert he's not a conservative trump trillion dollar deficit he's breaking records there there is nothing conservative about that we don't want trillion dollar deficits hello anyway so to to the guy whose call me an MFR Hey is what I'm gonna do for you ready I'm gonna give you immunity email me tell me who you are all will be forgiven I'll even send you a coupon for dinner at your nearest chick fillet or something and all that today was a free that tomorrow we're back with the impeachment inquire re tomorrow of where the Socialist Party that has absolutely no no game whatsoever is good they bring on other people to tell you that Donald Trump is the anti Christ and he should be removed from office and with doing this even though we can't remove him from office and whatever you know that'll be tomorrow you know and of course it is Thursday so we're pre taping the show in the final hour right now it is three thirty eight PM eastern time in central Florida where it's looking a little rainy and a little cloudy little dark clouds haven't seen that in awhile and I'm supposed to go to London this week for business and it got canceled I'm actually happy because a looking at the weather was forty five and rainy so I may be going in December which is even worse isn't pretty cool I get the same one a London on business little may all we got out of it not a ton of things to cover they but things of importance to cover mainly something happened today in the market but I wanted you to know about but first now the school shooting looks like a fifteen year old not short student or not I think looks like two dead this to this the fifteen year old shot I think it's a him himself that's all we know right now that's all we know fingers crossed no more sorry we had a start with that okay we had some bad news today I'm trying to trade it was announced that the no they're not sure if they're going to get any deal done this phase one because China may be asking for too much in the United States is not looking to do that and I will tell you six weeks ago I would be coming to you right now telling you Dow's down two hundred and fifty that was down three hundred that's what I would be telling you swear at three forty PM eastern time the Dow was down two points after being down ninety earlier what gives Gary well listen carefully again and I mean and you're not going to get this anywhere else and I know why and I know you're not getting anywhere else because I have people watching for me and I'd watch I got three TV's going at once J. Powell's printing more money than Ben Bernanke dead nine percent unemployment and in the depths of hell of financial meltdown and since the low one oh nine every time central banks of gone easy on a specially printed money markets have had more legs to the upside and that's what you're saying now and I don't think anything's going to stop it now I don't know how much and I don't know if we're gonna pull back first and not and I'm not a predicting guy and I and listen carefully if I think tomorrow the big distribution comes in that changes the flying field I will tell you but I have to tell you in the front of my mind is how can they not keep rowing the market up two billion dollars a day that's what we know of but we're finding out it's a run room rates you're ready a five billion a day four point five billion a day that's liquidity into the system and I got a great question Hey Gary so what is the mechanism that gets markets to move higher just because the fed is printing money and buying them while they're saying they're buying short term bonds now my answer is I don't have I have no clue the only thing I do know the default setting of the market since normally has been the and you know we don't have to go back to nine how many times have I told you hear this number Christmas Eve day the fed changed stamps the day after Christmas the market bottoms routed to end the April market went through a six to ten percent correction in to make that change of stance that day the market bottom rallied up came down said lowered rates and then lowered a second time and lower the third time and that said wait a minute markets not doing anything okay let's print the crap out of money and of course J. Powell is alliance sack of monkey crap goes right to the public just like any politician says wayment went with it don't call a quantitative easing it's not printing the money even though Bill Neff printing money of course these people in the media don't don't ask him the question why are you lying it is the definition of printing money and is the definition of what made markets go higher but these imbeciles in the media don't even know what's Sandom frontals front of them and they know if they ask too tough of a question.

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"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"They lie I think we got the twenty three trillion of death and I get these emails back trumps concert he's not a conservative tribe trillion dollar deficit he's breaking records there there is nothing conservative about that we don't want trillion dollar deficits hello anyway so to to the guy whose call me an MFR Hey is what I'm gonna do for you ready I'm gonna give you immunity email me tell me who you are all will be forgiven I'll even send you a coupon for dinner at your nearest chick fillet or something and all that today was a free day tomorrow we're back with the impeachment inquire re tomorrow where the Socialist Party that has absolutely no no game whatsoever is gonna bring on other people to tell you that Donald Trump is the anti Christ and he should be removed from office and with doing this even though we can't remove him from office and whatever you know that'll be tomorrow and you know and of course it is Thursday so we're pre taping the show in the final hour right now it is three thirty eight PM eastern time in central Florida we're talking a little rainy and a little cloudy little dark clouds haven't seen that in awhile and I'm supposed to go to London this week for business and it got canceled I'm actually happy because a looking at the weather was forty five and rainy so I may be going in December which is even worse isn't pretty cool I get the same one a London on business little maybe all we got out of it not a ton of things to cover they but things of importance to cover mainly something happened today in the market but I wanted you to know about but first another school shooting looks like a fifteen year old not short student or not I think looks like two dead this to this the fifteen year old shot I think it's a him himself that's all we know right now that's all we know fingers crossed no more sorry we had a start with that okay we had some bad news today on China trade it was announced that the no they're not sure if they're going to get any deal done this phase one because China may be asking for too much in the United States is not looking to do that and I will tell you six weeks ago I would be coming to you right now telling you that was down two hundred and fifty thousand down three hundred that's what I would be telling you where at three forty PM eastern time the Dow was down two points after being down ninety earlier what gives Gary well listen carefully again and I mean and you're not going to get this anywhere else and I know why and I know you're not getting anywhere else because I have people watching for me and I'd watch I got three TV's going at once J. Powell's printing more money than Ben Bernanke dead nine percent unemployment and in the depths of hell of financial meltdown and since the low one oh nine every time central banks of gone easy on a specially printed money markets have had more legs to the upside and that's what you're saying now and I don't think anything's going to stop it now I don't know how much and I don't know if we're gonna pull back first and not and I'm not a predicting guy and I and listen carefully if I think tomorrow the big distribution comes in that changes the flying field I will tell you but I have to tell you in the front of my mind is how can they not keep rowing the market up two billion dollars a day that's what we know of but we're finding out it's a run recuperate you're ready a five billion a day four point five billion a day that's liquidity into the system and I got a great question Hey Gary so what is the mechanism that gets markets to move higher just because the fed is printing money and buying them while they're saying they're buying short term bonds now my answer is I don't have I have no clue the only thing I do know is the default setting of the market own online has been the and you know we don't have to go back to nine how many times have I told you hear this number the same day the fed changed spans the day after Christmas the market bottoms routed to end the April market went through a six to ten percent correction in to make that change of stance that day the market bottom rallied up came down said lowered rates and then lowered a second time and lower the third time and that's a way to move markets not doing anything okay let's print the crap out of money and of course J. Powell is alliance sack of monkey crap goes right to the public just like any politician and says women went with it don't call a quantitative easing it's not printing the money even though bill Maher printing money and of course these people in the media don't don't ask him the question why are you lying it is the definition of printing money and is the definition of what's made markets go higher but these imbeciles in the media don't even know what's Sandom frontals front of them and they know if they ask too tough of a question they'll.

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"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It out and when I say be nice you know we have these we have but believe it or not we're lucky we have three total people that send me nasty emails and they use fake email addresses and and the right the so I know who they are and all they got to do is on mass themselves and have a nice healthy debate that's all except there's one we got the F. B. I. work and let's put it that way but I get this latest one today from a fake email address short idiot Gary call bomb you don't take sides on anything people already know you take sides so stop lying Gary call bomb you lying M. F. for and of course he spells it out no I don't take sides they all noisy eight me they of all let us down politically everyone everyone they all work for themselves they don't do anything for us the corrupt the leasing they lie I think we got the twenty three trillion of death and I get these emails back trumps concert he's not a conservative trump trillion dollar deficit he's breaking records there there is nothing conservative about that we don't want trillion dollar deficit hello anyway so to to the guy whose call me an MFR Hey is what I'm gonna do for you you ready I'm gonna give you immunity email me tell me who you are all will be forgiven I'll even send you a coupon for dinner at your nearest chick fillet or something and all that today was a free day tomorrow we're back with the impeachment inquire re tomorrow where the Socialist Party that has absolutely no no game whatsoever our is good bring on other people to tell you that Donald Trump is the anti Christ and he should be removed from office and with doing this even though we can't remove him from office and whatever you know that'll be tomorrow and you know and of course it is Thursday so we're pre taping the show in the final hour right now it is three thirty eight PM eastern time in central Florida which looking a little rainy and a little cloudy little dark clouds haven't seen that in awhile and I'm supposed to go to London this week for business and it got canceled I'm actually happy because a looking at the weather was forty five and rainy so I may be going in December which is even worse isn't pretty cool I get the same one a London on business little may we got a not a ton of things to cover they but things of importance to cover mainly something happened today in the market but I wanted you to know about but first another school shooting looks like a fifteen year old not short student or not I think looks like two dead this to this the fifteen year old shot I think it's a him himself that's all we know right now that's all we know fingers crossed no more sorry we had a start with that okay we had some bad news today on China trade it was announced that the no they're not sure if they're going to get any deal done this phase one because China may be asking for too much in the United States is not looking to do that and then I will tell you six weeks ago I would be coming to you right now telling you that was down two hundred and fifty that was down three hundred that's what I would be telling you where at three forty PM eastern time the Dow was down two points after being down ninety earlier what gives Gary well listen carefully again and I mean and you're not going to get this anywhere else some I know why and I know you're not getting anywhere else because I have people watching for me and I watch I got three TV's going at once G. Powell's printing more money than Ben Bernanke dead nine percent unemployment and in the depths of hell of financial meltdown and since the low one oh nine every time central banks have gone easy on a specially printed money markets have had more legs to the upside and that's what you're saying now and I don't think anything's going to stop it now I don't know how much and I don't know if we're gonna pull back first or not and I'm not a predicting guy and I and listen carefully if I think tomorrow the big distribution comes in that changes the flying field I will tell you but I have to tell you in the front of my mind is how can they not keep rowing the market up two billion dollars a day that's what we know of but we're finding out it's a run recuperate you're ready a five billion a day four point five billion a day that's liquidity into the system and I got a great question for Gary so what is the mechanism that gets markets to move higher just because the fed is printing money and buying them while they're saying they're buying short term bonds now my answer is I don't have I have no clue the only thing I do know the default setting of the market since our own online has been and you know we don't have to go back to nine how many times have I told you here December Christmas Eve day the fed changed stamps the day after Christmas the market bottoms routed to end the April market went to a six to ten percent correction in to make that change of stance that day the market bottom rallied up came down said lowered rates and then lowered a second time and lower the third time and it's a way to move markets not doing anything okay let's print the crap out of money and of course J. Powell is alliance sack of monkey crap goes right to the public just like any politician says wayment went with it don't call a quantitative easing it's not printing the money even though bull net printing money and of course these people in the media don't don't ask him the question why are you lying it is the definition of printing money and is the definition of what's made markets go higher but these imbeciles in the media don't even know what's standin frontals front of them and they know if they ask too tough of a question they'll never get.

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"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A gentle way a natural way to deal with pain like this using a technique called am F. R. myofascial release so joining us by phone now today is rock ski from body concepts in Folsom and rob is a physical therapist and a body worker and an expert in MFR so thanks for joining us rob it's my pleasure so I was thinking we could start by explaining to our listeners what's the meaning of my factual so my being a muscle and then fashion being the connective tissue between all of our cell structures dash is made up of collagen and elastin what I understand is that what happens is is maybe as we get older or if we're not very flexible the fashion it's kind of like sticky it gets kinda like glue is that right right so essential to shoot connects all the different parts of our body Holter tornal organs in place that surrounds each muscle fiber it makes the tunnels that are blood vessels and nerves collide through yeah if we stop moving close structures kind of glue themselves together become rigid and stuff and some mild Pasha release is working on trying to improve the elasticity of about factual tissue so that sounds like another really good reason real basic reason for keeping your body moving and doing exercise and so forth right and you know it's one of those things that it's an interesting coincidence that not moving can result in factual tightness or moving in correctly or in a highly repetitive movement can also create factually Whedon's also like in a cyclist for example they're kind of flux over their bike and they'll be Stachel patterns of movement that they're going through the tend to tighten up their hip flexors much like sitting at a desk are hip flexors tend to tighten up the Stachel because she's that surround the muscle the joint capsule the ligaments structures in and around our help so activity can create it as well as in activities so it's kind of finding the balance between the two that's the the tricky part I'm thinking carpal tunnel to the samples that Sir we're thinking the same thing I was I was going to ask that yeah so the carpal tunnel is made up of ligaments structures in the bones of the rest and then the tendons and nerves come through that tunnel indoor hang out so for doing in some type of repetitive activity like keyboard work or if you run a jackhammer for example that would tend to put this repetitive stress patterning imposter in not carpal tunnel which then shortens not inserts compressing on the median nerve which is where we get the numbness and loss of function in the hand if you're just joining us I'm Roy walk and ours and I'm Judy Brooks and we're speaking with rob compared ski from body concepts and we're talking about the healing benefits of a body work technique known as myofascial release MFR to rob what would a typical MFR session be like now I know that for our listeners can you just walk us through that sure so there are different styles of myofascial release but what we do is and Barnes technique of myofascial release so usually talk to the client about you know what kind of issues there helping we kind of take a look at some posture we look at where are the eight he gins are in the factual system and then we work very gently to allow the body to release that tension so a lot of times if you think about plastic grocery bags to take both ends of that back and give it a hard jerk it doesn't really change its shape that much but if we take both ends of that bag we put light pressure on it but we sustain it for a longer period of time the classic actually starts to the foreman stretch but often times how we approach myofascial release was going lighter that holding the stretch for a longer period of time to allow the factual tissue actually elongate what we call creek in the tissue to attain more mobility that's when I noticed in what I really liked about it was it was very gentle your movements are very gentle and then just maybe holding for a little bit holding a pattern that's which talking about right now right right so what we specialize in is the more gentle and just allowing the body to let go of the tension within the body allow it to be pain free as we're creating the stretch what I noticed also was that even though it's very gentle why you're doing it you still like the next day you still feel like you might have had a massage or you might have had you know some work done you feel that something has shifted right it's one of the things that most people say in our first session is like doesn't feel like it did anything but when they have them you stand back up after the session and they feel this lightness in their system or the next day just like any type of body work we highly encourage you know getting some extra hydration into the body to help with new movement that's fair and to keep moving through the next twenty four hours forty eight hours to allow that new links in the fashion that to be able to be maintained so what are some of the reasons people come to you for and that far well I mean so far this yeah I mean I know it does that you know if they're going well how could that help me right so it's mostly about attaining Postrel positioning and the ability to move at a better pattern is what we work with a soul you know in this day and age we spend a lot of times setting and so hip flexors on the front of shoulders tend to be very tight and Steph so we work a lot from Postrel standpoint with people to help open up those areas that are very typically tight or five an athlete that needs to be able to elongate further or to perform better in their sport to increase their efficiency we will work with an athlete as well especially with athletes because they're doing a lot of repetitive movement within their sport it's being able to open up the opposite side and that tends to be short it's both for discomfort you know someone feeling stiff and sore you can open that up or it can be you know geared towards optimizing performance so what would you say that by Sir gently releasing the faster you're you're kind of unwinding the body so it can heal itself yeah and in fact there's a particular technique we use in miles Asha release called unwinding where we support what's fair for shoulder we support the arm we kind of put it into a zero gravity scenario and we let the body discovers own on winding so it will go through some type of a pattern a lot of time to look through the pattern of what the injury mechanism once in the body comes up on wines itself and kind of figures out how to allow that issue to open up return to a normal pattern of movement again very interesting experience came out from both ends I added that I've done it with people and I've had it done to me and asks for nominal in the effectiveness of a leading the body figure out its own passed out in a house of the surplus we are assisting the that learning process we're not creating the movement we're just assisting the body to find its own way out of an injury how long does it usually take for the clients to see and feel a difference I can be with them you know the first session they're gonna start noticing the difference well that depends on how long the pattern is down there well she's been seven of the us for thirty years you know it's gonna take a little longer to get full hit mobility for example but if you you know trips and scanned the knee it might take one session and you're good to go so it depends on the thickness of the layers of how those Fassel tissues of glued themselves together and how long that takes but usually when we start a stretch it takes about ninety seconds to start healing the lengthening of the tissue we're out of time that this is been very informative I can't recommend it more highly than I had a few such I did and and I really enjoy them and I felt a difference so thanks rob very welcome yeah thanks for being on the show well we've been speaking with rocket pits give body concepts in Folsom about a gentle all natural way to deal with deep tissue pain it's called MFR myofascial release and you can find out more about it at body concepts Inc dot com that's body concepts ink DOT come out in full some well like I said I was having a real neck yes you can actually in our would ordinarily tried to go to a chiropractor whatnot and I decided to try this and it really made a difference so I recommend it is very gentle it does feel like you're being on while fifth felt good up next in our show Judy self care segment and what she's discovered about the science showing that laughter really is great medicine and don't forget podcast of this another healing crystals are available at our website healing quest dot TV and you can follow us on Facebook and Instagram and Twitter we love.

"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:08 min | 3 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I've recently experienced a gentle way a natural way to deal with pain like this using a technique called M. F. R. myofascial release so joining us by phone now today is rob compared ski from body concepts in Folsom and rob is a physical therapist and a body worker and an expert in MFR so thanks for joining us rob it's my pleasure so I was thinking we could start by explaining to our listeners what's the meaning of my factual so my being that muscle and fascia being the connective tissue between all personal structures bash is made up of collagen and elastin what I understand is that what happens is is maybe as we get older or if we're not very flexible the fashion it's kind of like sticky it gets kind of like glue is that right right so the fashionable to shoot connects all the different parts of our body holder tornal organs in place that surrounds each muscle fiber it makes the tunnels that are blood vessels and nerves collide through you know for each stop moving close structures kind of glue themselves together become rigid and stuff so mild Pasha release is working on trying to improve the elasticity of about factual tissue so that sounds like another really good reason real basic reason for keeping your body moving and doing exercise and so forth right and you know it's one of those things that it's an interesting coincidence that not moving can result in factual tightness or moving in correctly or in a highly repetitive movement can also create factually Whedon's like in a cyclist for example of flex over their bike and they'll be Stachel patterns of movement that they're going through the tend to tighten up their hip flexors much like sitting at a desk are hip flexors tend to tighten up the fashionable because she's a surround the muscle the joint capsule the ligaments structures in and around our help so activity can create it as well as in activities so it's kind of finding the balance between the two that's the the tricky part I'm thinking carpal tunnel to the samples that Sir we're thinking the same thing I was I was going to ask that yeah so the carpal tunnel is made up of ligaments structures on the bones of the rest and then the tendons and nerves come through that tunnel indoor hang out so for doing some type of repetitive activity like keyboard work or if you run a jackhammer for example that would tend to put this repetitive stress patterning imposter in not carpal tunnel which then shortens not inserts compressing on the median nerve which is where we get the numbness and loss of function in the area if you're just joining us I'm Roy walk and ours and I'm Judy Brooks and we're speaking with rob compared ski from body concepts and we're talking about the healing benefits of a body work technique known as myofascial release MFR to rob what would a typical MFR session be like now I know but for our listeners can you just walk us through that sure so there are different styles of myofascial release but what we do is is Barnes technique of myofascial release so you so we talk to the client about you know what kind of issues there helping we kind of take a look at some posture how we look at where are the eight he gins are in the factual system and then we work very gently to allow the body to release that tension so a lot of times if you think about plastic grocery bags both ends of that back and give it a hard jerk it doesn't really change its shape that much but if we take both ends of that bag we put light pressure on it but we sustain it for a longer period of time the classic actually starts to the foreman stretch but more often times how we approach montage release was going lighter that holding the stretch for a longer period of time to allow the factual tissue actually elongate what we call creek in the tissue to attain more mobility that's what I noticed in what I really liked about it was it was very gentle your movements are very gentle and then just maybe holding for a little bit holding a pattern that's which talking about right now all right right and so a lot of times if you have a injury that and goals for faster because of the fashion does make up the tunnels of where the nerves travel you can have this heightened sensitivity to move much some mild Asha release works on very gently allowing the body to let go of the guardian and the tension within the factual system works we try to force it which you know there are there are techniques out there for example will screen is a fashionable technique as well but it very aggressive so you hang on to the point where you're carrying a tissue in some situations that can be appropriate but what we specialize in is the more gentle and just allowing the body to let go of the tension within the body allowing it to be pain free as were creating the stretch what I noticed also was that even though it's very gentle while you're doing it you still like the next day you still feel like you might have had a massage or you might have had you know some work done you feel that something has shifted right it's one of the things that most people say in the first session is like doesn't feel like it did anything but when they have them you stand back up after the session and they feel this lightness in their system or the next day just like any type of body work we highly encourage you know getting some extra hydration into the body to help with new movement that's fair and to keep moving through the next twenty four hours forty eight hours to allow that new links and the fascist to be able to be maintained so what are some of the reasons people come to you for and the far wall I mean so far this yeah I mean I know it does that you know if they're going well how can that help me right so it's mostly about attaining Postrel positioning and the ability to move at a better pattern is what we work well so you know in this day and age we spend a lot of times setting and so hip flexors on the front of shoulders tend to be very tight and Steph so we work a lot from Postrel standpoint with people to help open up those areas that are very typically tight or five an athlete that needs to be able to elongate further or to perform better in their sport to increase their efficiency we will work with an athlete as well especially with athletes because they're doing a lot of repetitive movement within their sport it's being able to open up the opposite side that tends to be short it's both for discomfort you know someone feeling stiff and sore you can open that up or it can be you know geared towards optimizing performance so what would you say that by Sir gently releasing the faster you're you're kind of unwinding the body so it can heal itself yeah and in fact there is a particular technique were used in mile faster release called unwinding where we support let's say for shoulder we support the arm we kind of put it into a zero gravity scenario and we let the body discovers own unwinding so it will go through some type of a pattern a lot of times over to the pattern of what the injury mechanism once in the body comes up on wines itself and kind of figures out how to allow that to should open up return to a normal pattern of movement again very interesting experience came out from both ends I added that I've done it with people and I've had it done to me and it's a nominal in the effectiveness of the lighting the body figure out its own path out in the house of the surplus we're at fifteen of that learning process we're not creating the movement we're just assisting the body to find its own way out of an injury how long does it usually take for the clients to see and feel a difference I can be with them you know the first session they're gonna start noticing the difference well that depends on how long the pattern is down there she'd been sitting of the house for thirty years you know it's gonna take a little longer to get full hip mobility for example but if you you know trips and scanned the knee it might take one session and you're good to go so it depends on the thickness of the layers of how those Fassel tissues of glued themselves together and how long that takes but usually when we start a stretch it takes about ninety seconds to start feeling the lengthening of the tissue we're out of time that this is been very informative I can't recommend it more highly than I had a few such I did and and I really enjoy them and I felt a difference so thanks rob very welcome yeah thanks for being on the show well we've been speaking with rocket pits give body concepts in Folsom about a gentle all natural way to deal with the tissue pain it's called MFR myofascial release and you can find out more about it at body concepts Inc dot com that's body concepts ink DOT come out in full some well like I said I was having a real neck yes you can actually in our would ordinarily tried to go to a chiropractor whatnot and I decided to try this and it really made a difference reading I recommend it is very gentle it does feel like you're being on while th felt good well coming up next UT self care segment and one practice that she says you can't over do in your self care regimen.

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850 WFTL

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mfr" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"He's been pushing for me at least I mean a minimum cross the board mandatory fifteen Bucks an hour that's just like the starting point right well finally at some point in time is campaign staffers got a hold of this and I said why hold us he John are you making this no I'm not making this an hour so they go to burning in they said we're not even making fifty Bucks an hour Bernie's response don't talk about that I'm working on it so no that wasn't enough they revolted sure Bernie who is a physical a literate finally figured out and somebody got to him and said we can't afford this with our own staff members so they cut their hours so they they're doing less they're they're getting paid now fifteen Bucks an hour but less hours so they can afford to have months down doing the same amount of work wow right the initial we'll have to you'll have to pay more for your health insurance if I increase your salary and they're like no that means that it's the same difference you know making the same I'm paying more for my help it was okay or cut your hours will that's exactly what the argument is there's a little microcosm a with a birdie economy would be so it's like yeah of course these less jobs less work and you're doing more jobs because people are laid off all in all in the name of something that on paper looks good and feels good and that's that's socialism in a not show there you go it is owned campaign and he tried to pass it off I don't know who ratted him out but he tried to tell everybody not to talk all yeah don't go public with this good god yeah he only make twelve fifty an hour watch classic is that this was something to and this prompted the president to talk about his own relationship with African Americans but it was the big and double ACP convention it was just outside of Detroit where she had to leave off the rails again she didn't say MFR I she was close when she she was very close I'm.

John Bernie president Detroit ACP