20 Burst results for "Macondo"

"macondo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"macondo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very rare. Market almost never happens. Absolutely UNSA sustainable in Norwood, Kim Tunnicliff WBZ Boston's news radio paying tribute to native Sons south of Boston. The story from WBC's Chris Fama their stories that deserved to be told Joe Dunford he was chairman of Joint Jesus Staff commandant of the Marine Corps. Full side General Sir 40 years in the Marines, General Gordon Sullivan, who was chief of staff of the Army, back in the nineties, and today, the head of the Army, the chief of staff, is the governing of James Macondo. Three men who served our nation's military In general from Quincy going back to revolutionary time, and each will be honored a general's park with monuments and markers befitting heroes dedicated to those who fought for our freedoms. A green space Mayor Thomas Coke says tells part of the history and story of our city and enjoy the beautiful statue. Aires and the fountains and park elements is really gonna be remarkable. Chris Pharma WBC Austin's NewsRadio Rescued dog. An animal is saved after a fire in Revere smoke pours from the homos Firefighters pour on the water. Mel, a six year old dog lives on the first floor, the owner at work When the fire started, she came home to find a puppy wrapped in a blanket. She thought Mel was gone good job nonetheless by firefighters. The owner calls Mel her best friend's more live music headed your way. Jazz stylings of Wynton Marsalis, among.

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Bayern Poach Another Bundesliga Star

ESPN FC

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

Bayern Poach Another Bundesliga Star

"Surfacing out of germany. The macondo will join byron munich this summer. They are ready to pay that forty. Three million euro buyout clause for the very coveted central

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"macondo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"macondo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"On Lisa Brady. Fast news those words from Judge Amy Cockney Barrett this afternoon as the Supreme Court nominee answers hours of questions from senators. I think the black road shows that justice is blind. We all dress the same. And I think it shows that once we put it on way are standing united, symbolically speaking in the name of the law, not speaking of our speaking for ourselves as individuals. Democrats raised concern about abortion gun related cases at a challenge to Obamacare that goes before the high court next month and questioned whether Barrett expected to rule a certain way. Illinois Senator Dick Durbin, think the black Rose. I think the black Sorry about that. Who came up with this notion that's insulting notion that you might violate your oath. Work this idea have come from couldn't have come from the White House could have come from the president's tweets of what he expects a Supreme Court nominee to do politically for him. Barrett says she made no deals has no agenda and will bring an independent mind to the court. The president heads to Pennsylvania later today after resuming rallies last night in Florida. That's where Joe Biden is today. Both campaigns continuing to focus on battleground states concern in the U. S military about a surging suicide. Eight. Top officials think the pandemic could be to blame. The US Army's top officer says he's concerned the rise of suicides among his soldiers are tied to the krone virus pandemic. Some of the scientists have said they have not been able to show causation. Between Cove it and suicide, But I would argue at least my senses it is having an effect because it disconnects People. General James Macondo spoke to reporters at the Pentagon Tuesday. Army officials say there's been a 30% spike in suicides this year. Compared to last year. Fox is Lucas Tomlinson at the.

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Justice Department's Delrahim recused from Google antitrust review

Wall Street Breakfast

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department's Delrahim recused from Google antitrust review

"Macondo hime. The head of the antitrust division at the Justice Justice Department has recused himself from investigating. Google sources told The New York Times at issue are potential conflicts of interest related to his past work for the Internet search company. But what's unclear is why the refusal is taking place now the DOJ has been investigating Google for months department officials are set to meet with state. AG representatives today to discuss the probe focusing on research bias ads and the android Os

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"macondo" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"You know, if you void being exposed to radiation, you, can you can avoid the damage that radiation would do to might O'Connor in particular population of cells. If he can avoid systemic inflammation. All right. So there's a link between obesity and inflammation and cancer. This is very clear people know about this. So you'd say, well, how do I reduce the stomach inflammation? Well, you reduce blood sugar blood sugar, sustains, inflammation, and inflammation can damage respiration in population of cells. We can go down through the entire list that one thing we can't really do too much about is age and cancer, or prominent in older, people than younger people, and just being on the planet for many decades, puts you at risk for damage the respiration, in particular, population of south, but, but there are ways that you can enhance the function of your mind Okonya. And that's one of them is burning key tones. So how do you Burkey tones? Well, you go under fasting or you take. Low carbohydrate diets all that will reduce risk to damage, D'amoto Kondracke, just, just personal personal choice. And I think it's, it's so confusing for so many people because this is not an area of health that we typically focus on. There are so many things that can affect it. And there are no ways to assess it really. I mean, there's a fringe ways you can kind of. Approximate Maddock Andrea function, does not really any like you can go in people, get blood work and says, oh, you're Macondo functioning x percent. Yeah. But you can you can use glucose ketone index to, to get as a biomarker to, to know whether or not your health, whether you're might O'Connor are going to be earning. Keystones tones or not. And that's what we publish the paper on that. So as radius so for Bill who donors, glucose ketone into space. It's very easy proxy were you divide because Becky towns?.

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"macondo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The news is sponsored by Lindemann chimney and fireplace. And here's David Jennings. We have fifty three degrees now and some clouds around out at O'Hare with police. They have a good idea. What led to nine year old? Geraldo Rodriguez, death and bangs lake and the cognacs Macondo police detective come down, by the beach, thaw, the paddle decided to take it out. And that's where things kind of went south wolves on the water the boat began to rock and the boys decided to get out and swim back to shore. A couple of fishermen alerted by people on shore spotted a one of the two boys and pull them out of the water or all those body found around noon today. The five year old boy is missing. In crystal lake police say that his parents are no longer cooperating with their investigation. Crystal lake police chief Jim black says departments following up on hundreds of tips in the case of AJ friend. He says they don't believe he was abducted, but the father and the boy's mother have not been cooperating and described the whole situation as being disturbing. The boy was last seen at bedtime about nine pm on Wednesday in the family home after waking up Thursday morning. His parents say they couldn't find him in the home. And they reported him missing. Bob Kessler, WGN news zero Mony in Littleton Colorado today to Mark the twenty years since the massacre at Columbine high school. Warren towns in his one of the students who lost her life that day her mother dawn Anna smoke for families of victims at the event today. She said, there's no escaping the pain. Any shooting brings us right back to that same place. We were able twentieth. Nineteen ninety nine restore stomachs rea- Janetta will report about safety complaints from Boeing aircraft workers about another of the company's planes. Here's ABC's Chuck seabird said New York Times report says Boeing workers at seven eighty seven Dreamliner factory in South Carolina, complain of defective manufacturing debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations Federal Aviation Administration says it will investigate former NTSB official, Tom outer ABC news contributor. But Boeing needs to do is go with the FAA and take a look are the any safety issues. Now need to be re-examined. Going says the times report is inaccurate. The alleged problems are not known to have resulted in any crashes. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news, the FBI looking for a woman, she held up a B M O Harris Bank branch this morning and the thirteen hundred block of south Wabash. No word yet on.

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"macondo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ahead. Hit. And Boston's fire Commissioner Joe Finn was paying close attention yesterday as his fellow firefighters in parish were battling the fire at Notre was. Komo. I would say especially with the history, and what Notre Dame cathedral represents a worldwide perspective. It's certainly was difficult to watch some four hundred firefighters were called into battle that fire and police are searching for a missing fourteen year old boy from Waltham Adria Macondo was last seen on Monday visiting friends in the wolf AM area. He is five feet five inches tall one hundred fifteen pounds with Brown hair. It's not known what he was last wearing anyone with information on his whereabouts. His to call wolf and police seven eight one three one four thirty six hundred and there's a picture of the boy on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com. Stop and shop employees on strike and it's six day. Now, the two sides talking yesterday with the help of a federal mediator. Meanwhile, some of stop and shop's competitors seeing increased business shahs and star market have seen an uptick and have had to bring an extra help to accommodate the business. The company brought in employees from other regions to deal with the added demand. In a statement, the company says it wants to thank all of Shaw's and star marketing employees from across New England for their support and dedication during this busy time. The owners of the destroyed New England casket company hoped to rebuil- likely not in east Boston WBZ's. Karyn regal reports. The New England Cassie company went to nine alarms and destroy the seventy five year old these Boston business, but it's owners loot Tobias senior and junior are still there overseeing the cleaning of the debris from the site and figuring out what's next and Lou Tobia junior doesn't need expect a next. The biggest obstacle is finding. A location. That's big enough. Tobia talk to me as construction equipment claimed in the background. And we don't think we can build on the site..

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"macondo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

19:01 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"macondo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gunman entered the family apartment and took gene McConnell. She never came home. The intruders told the kids that the mother would be back that they just needed to talk to her first short while but they never saw her again, she was disappeared. There was no body no opportunity for the family to grieve or berry her two. We know why she was targeted. Well, there were rumors from quite early on that the IRA had taken gene Macondo away and that they've done so because she was an informant the IRA the Irish Republican Army exactly which was a paramilitary group that was very deeply embedded in that part of west Belfast alka time, and so the children had suspicions. But they they really didn't know nobody would tell them what had happened to their mother, and I should say that they to this day really strenuously object to any suggestion that she had been an informant, and they say with good reason, I think what could she possibly have known. This woman who was a widow and a mother of ten what type of information could sheep in passing to the British. I want to stay in the nineteen seventies for for a minute. Because what happens to her children after this is horrendous? They are split up the younger ones are sent to orphanages institutions that read like. Something straight out of dickens. Gripe. This cruel twist where some of the children who were so young. When it happened say, they can't even remember their mothers face anymore. But they remember the faces of the people who took her because they see these people in the streets wandering around Belfast all the time. Yeah. You talk to the children now and some of them, really. There's one photo, gene. Mccarthy McConnell, and they remember that photo. But some of them have trouble conjuring, what her face was like apart from that photo. But they do remember the people who took her. There's a moment that Michael McConnell who's one of Jean Mukandala's children. He was eleven when she was taken away told me about which is just terrifying that he was in Belfast as an adult, and he flagged down, a black taxi in taxi leaves the curb and he looks into the mirror, and he realizes that the man driving the cab is one of the people who took his mother away. It's interesting. He told you that story a lot of her children spoke to you. Which I mention because many of the key pupil who you tried to interview as you were documenting the story wouldn't they were still terrified to talk to speak publicly even years decades after the Evanston question. Certainly in my imagination prior to getting into this story. I thought of the troubles is something that was done and dusted. And what was fascinating for me going back and forth to Belfast over the last four years was realizing that. This conflict may be over. There's not shooting in the streets. But it's still an open wound. And part of the reason for that is that people don't talk about the past. And it was unlike any other experience I've had going around knocking on doors asking people about a murder that was almost half a century old and having those doors slammed in my face because the past still seems so dangerous in Belfast some of that has to do with it while there has been a political process that has played out in the last twenty years in Northern Ireland. There has never been a formal reckoning. There's never been an equivalent to say what South Africa? Did with the truth and reconciliation commission. Why not? Because I think that if they tried to deal with the past they never would have gotten an agreement said the Good Friday agreement is this landmark peace agreement from nineteen ninety eight in which all parties agreed to lay down their arms and to try and forge a new Northern Ireland. But in order to get that deal they had to table any notion of well, how do we deal with all of the atrocities that have happened? How do we deal with killings by the IRA by loyalist terrorist groups, how do we deal with the excesses of the state in which the British state killed on armed civilians?.

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"macondo" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

"One hundred securities and accounting regulators in the offices of Fannie Mae fulltime one hundred were there and Fannie Mae was committing fraud. I mean, it's just unbelievable. I look at made off made office reported the SEC multiple times. And they never caught. The fact that is using nobody accountant to do all the stuff he was reported. Yeah. Multiple times look at look at the Macondo. Well, just regulators in general the oil and gas regulators were all over the Macondo. Well, what's? Well, that's the well that blew up and the Gulf of Mexico. Oh, the BP. Well, yeah. The BP. Well, and it's like man, it's everywhere. You look it's they get there. Just a day late dollar short. And meanwhile, we've restricted commerce dramatically to a point now where if you can avoid going public and avoid all of this scrutiny and danger and criminal prosecutor, you do it. You don't go public unless it's really important that you go public and cranking the money and considered goes public and that situation protects individual what do you what do you call us investors people who invest in the public markets us, right which leaves us with just perhaps the crap. Just the crap is making it through so wrong. That is. I don't know if that's wrong consider this. If you are a really great company. Why would you go pump those two things are not equal? If you're a really great company, and you choose not to go public. You don't wanna deal with the owner as public regulations that doesn't mean that everyone else who is public is awful. No. It means that everyone else who's public is going public in spite of the owners regulations, and then you have to be a little skeptical and ask why why do you need? Why can't you get the money you need from private sources if the money is even more available as a private investment that it is as a public one. It can't really be about the money. Can't it. It must be that your private investors are a little leery of buying in at this price. Right. I think you're exactly I wouldn't put it quite that way. But yes, I think that's right. It's. It's a combination of wanting more investors that are more investors is wrong. But like wanting to have access to this much larger market without having to make private transactions. And Secondly have that private market be at a higher price. I don't I don't think the markets. I mean, first off consider what happens when a company does go public. They take a certain amount of stock, and they sell it to the public right in the initial public offering and that money goes to the company that's the last money that goes to the company, that's it all of the rest of the money, the public trading that's going on is simply supporting the balance sheet of the company if he will it supports for the banks and lenders and for suppliers and for the original investors that this company has foul..

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"macondo" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"She's she's quite radical. She's basically just like discard everything don't keep anything. So when you say papers or Bank statements, and whatever. Yeah. Exactly like when it could be anything, it could be notes from old university, lectures, it could be Bank statements, personal papers contracts, cetera et cetera. So her kind of rule of thumb is get rid of everything. But with the understanding that when it comes to papers, even though they don't spark joy, some things you have to keep so like contracts you have to hold onto you. And and so she has quite as simple rule, which is get getaway. Get rid of pretty much everything the things you absolutely. We have to hold on t just put them all in one pace in a tidy box and have two boxes. One four things you need to deal with Ciaran going head that I'm ready emails and one for things that you just need to hang onto so yeah. Transferring that to the digital world I'd say you can take a similar approach to Email. I think people don't delete enough Email by half. Ideally, I recently rediscovered the delete. But nominee, Email Levitt changed my life. There's a there's a joy, isn't there? Specially when his unread just being Latin not even gonna spend any time on you is. Yeah, I quite like that. Yeah. I mean, it's Macondo unread boots. He's like, you know, she she wants with a lot of clients you have stocks of unread books. And I kind of I alwa- I wanna read it sometime sometime is never you're never going to read it. If you haven't read it will ready. So just if you really want to read it, you'll get again when you actually want to read it at that moment, if you think they make you look clever. Well, then you'll getting joy out of it in a different way. So I think that's okay too, cool. And yes, I'd say, you know, if you've gotten ready meals from ages ago that you're like, oh every that sometime in the future. You're not going to read it just alita. And if some if it's really important the person will get back in touch with you anyway. So just keep the ones that you really need to keep or them as red or archive them more every prefer, and then keep the ones that you are yet to deal with and that's it. I know I'm during this week. It's going to be so much joy in my life. Come monday. Well, yeah, I'd be interested to hear what listeners think have you been watching Marie Conde's show. Have you read her book? What do you think of my interpretation flying it to the digital world? Am I wrong on every point? Have you come up with ways to make digital life? A bit tidier. Please do share them. We are desperate and on on that. We've got some feedback to quick pieces of feedback from from the last couple of weeks somebody wrote in saying that they they they like that. We do plenty of offers in terms of like magazines scriptures and stuff, but says boy, they only for the UK and not for the rest of Europe. And elsewhere, that's as far as I know that something to do with sort of the distribution issues in the subscription stuff. I'm going to ask the question of the soul. The powers that be on that and see if we can find out a way of doing something for people who aren't in the UK and the other one is some good news last week..

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"macondo" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"She's she's quite radical. She's basically just like discard everything don't keep anything. So when you say papers or Bank statements, and whatever. Yeah. Exactly like when it could be anything, it could be notes from old university, lectures, it could be Bank statements, personal papers contracts, cetera et cetera. So her kind of rule of thumb is get rid of everything. But with the understanding that when it comes to papers, even though they don't spark joy, some things you have to keep so like contracts you have to hold onto you. And and so she has quite as simple rule, which is get getaway. Get rid of pretty much everything the things you absolutely. We have to hold on t just put them all in one pace in a tidy box and have two boxes. One four things you need to deal with Ciaran going head that I'm ready emails and one for things that you just need to hang onto so yeah. Transferring that to the digital world I'd say you can take a similar approach to Email. I think people don't delete enough Email by half. Ideally, I recently rediscovered the delete. But nominee, Email Levitt changed my life. There's a there's a joy, isn't there? Specially when his unread just being Latin not even gonna spend any time on you is. Yeah, I quite like that. Yeah. I mean, it's Macondo unread boots. He's like, you know, she she wants with a lot of clients you have stocks of unread books. And I kind of I alwa- I wanna read it sometime sometime is never you're never going to read it. If you haven't read it will ready. So just if you really want to read it, you'll get again when you actually want to read it at that moment, if you think they make you look clever. Well, then you'll getting joy out of it in a different way. So I think that's okay too, cool. And yes, I'd say, you know, if you've gotten ready meals from ages ago that you're like, oh every that sometime in the future. You're not going to read it just alita. And if some if it's really important the person will get back in touch with you anyway. So just keep the ones that you really need to keep or them as red or archive them more every prefer, and then keep the ones that you are yet to deal with and that's it. I know I'm during this week. It's going to be so much joy in my life. Come monday. Well, yeah, I'd be interested to hear what listeners think have you been watching Marie Conde's show. Have you read her book? What do you think of my interpretation flying it to the digital world? Am I wrong on every point? Have you come up with ways to make digital life? A bit tidier. Please do share them. We are desperate and on on that. We've got some feedback to quick pieces of feedback from from the last couple of weeks somebody wrote in saying that they they they like that. We do plenty of offers in terms of like magazines scriptures and stuff, but says boy, they only for the UK and not for the rest of Europe. And elsewhere, that's as far as I know that something to do with sort of the distribution issues in the subscription stuff. I'm going to ask the question of the soul. The powers that be on that and see if we can find out a way of doing something for people who aren't in the UK and the other one is some good news last week..

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"macondo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Now into the. Oh wave just hits my body. Let's see a log land. I'm hungry. Our work that's funky. Some tin on the walls and not by fun. But wena tastes to close note wallet. The even been babe and t-shirt heat so much hurts bread Macondo with that hand pick salon truce. We're not a baba baby. Would stay way. I remember how much our way. To go. Taste ball. The bridge his a super foolish. Okay. We ain't quite good. He goes into the real saw how you do the. I'm a SuperFood. I'm a supporter. Okay, man. I got stuck got tricked on that tequila part. That's not that song of songs. Taste. She remember. It's another day. We'll try it again. Do you like those background vocals, though? When when. Yeah. Okay. When when. Yeah. Yeah. Guacamole I can't even able t shirts heat so much. It hurts. There's something there's something there. We think if I mean, I think it sounds pretty good. I love it guys. This is the work tape. You. Yeah. Yeah. It's good people know that means I don't either. So what did you? Bobbit bone. Will you send food back at restaurant? Yeah. Depends. What's wrong with it? I don't I don't. I'm not scared that I'm nice about it. So I'm not scared. They're going to do something to it. You should be. I should. If I'm nice about it. And it's the orders wrong. Okay. If the orders wrong why you should always be scared. But there are a few reasons where it's a little less scared as an I waited tables for a long time talks me. Okay. So why would you send your food back if they just send you the wrong order e? Well, yeah. If I get the wrong order, or there's something on it that I asked specifically to not be on it, you won't just scrape it off or take it out if it if it if it scrape -able scrape off available I will do that if not if it's totally mixed in. I got a I got us in back show. You can send it back. If there's something in your food like a foreign object, like a hair frog. Frog your although I have a whole salad theory that if there's a frog in your salad you ask for a solid. What's more natural than a frogging? Valid right. You do have that theory. So if something comes in his four hundred food you can send back K if there's something that you're allergic to. Even if you messed up. The allergy things that telephone if you'll really like you mess up. You didn't tell them to take. If I'm like, I didn't know you can send it back if it's undercooked or overcooked, it's borderline. But a better be really undercooked over cone. That's borderline, but you have to Amy if he's super nice on that one like, oh, I hate to do this. But it's even if it's their fault. Okay. Just because they you're vulnerable to that. They're taking it to a place where you're not seeing if something that's supposed to be hot comes out cold as a waiter. We understand because that's not our we didn't do that. We just bought it from the kitchen, and sometimes it's the kitchens fall. Okay. Okay. Good. I thought you were going to say you can't do that. Now, you can you can. And then obviously, if if you get something you didn't order it or you didn't get something you order like, hey, can you take us back? Those are the those are the role. Okay. Okay. All right. Is there by feel good about that? Yeah. Yeah. If there's tomatoes on it gonna send it back because the tomato juice gets on stuff, and I don't like tomatoes. I guess if you request. You can't. Does the one? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What happened you're on? Hold somebody. Yeah. I'm a hold of with our company, and you know, how there's an automated recording. Are you calling our company because I couldn't access my work Email and nothing was working online. No support help desk like I could do there. So I was trying to speak to a human. I needed a human. It's all I needed. And I kept getting an annoying operator carefully. If you on or media, paulie, please press one in your clear channel, outdoor employees. Please press two that's do. I can get rid of you owe more good Pixar. I didn't.

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"macondo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Now into the. Oh wave just hits my body. Let's see a log land. I'm hungry. Our work that's funky. Some tin on the walls and not by fun. But wena tastes to close note wallet. The even been babe and t-shirt heat so much hurts bread Macondo with that hand pick salon truce. We're not a baba baby. Would stay way. I remember how much our way. To go. Taste ball. The bridge his a super foolish. Okay. We ain't quite good. He goes into the real saw how you do the. I'm a SuperFood. I'm a supporter. Okay, man. I got stuck got tricked on that tequila part. That's not that song of songs. Taste. She remember. It's another day. We'll try it again. Do you like those background vocals, though? When when. Yeah. Okay. When when. Yeah. Yeah. Guacamole I can't even able t shirts heat so much. It hurts. There's something there's something there. We think if I mean, I think it sounds pretty good. I love it guys. This is the work tape. You. Yeah. Yeah. It's good people know that means I don't either. So what did you? Bobbit bone. Will you send food back at restaurant? Yeah. Depends. What's wrong with it? I don't I don't. I'm not scared that I'm nice about it. So I'm not scared. They're going to do something to it. You should be. I should. If I'm nice about it. And it's the orders wrong. Okay. If the orders wrong why you should always be scared. But there are a few reasons where it's a little less scared as an I waited tables for a long time talks me. Okay. So why would you send your food back if they just send you the wrong order e? Well, yeah. If I get the wrong order, or there's something on it that I asked specifically to not be on it, you won't just scrape it off or take it out if it if it if it scrape -able scrape off available I will do that if not if it's totally mixed in. I got a I got us in back show. You can send it back. If there's something in your food like a foreign object, like a hair frog. Frog your although I have a whole salad theory that if there's a frog in your salad you ask for a solid. What's more natural than a frogging? Valid right. You do have that theory. So if something comes in his four hundred food you can send back K if there's something that you're allergic to. Even if you messed up. The allergy things that telephone if you'll really like you mess up. You didn't tell them to take. If I'm like, I didn't know you can send it back if it's undercooked or overcooked, it's borderline. But a better be really undercooked over cone. That's borderline, but you have to Amy if he's super nice on that one like, oh, I hate to do this. But it's even if it's their fault. Okay. Just because they you're vulnerable to that. They're taking it to a place where you're not seeing if something that's supposed to be hot comes out cold as a waiter. We understand because that's not our we didn't do that. We just bought it from the kitchen, and sometimes it's the kitchens fall. Okay. Okay. Good. I thought you were going to say you can't do that. Now, you can you can. And then obviously, if if you get something you didn't order it or you didn't get something you order like, hey, can you take us back? Those are the those are the role. Okay. Okay. All right. Is there by feel good about that? Yeah. Yeah. If there's tomatoes on it gonna send it back because the tomato juice gets on stuff, and I don't like tomatoes. I guess if you request. You can't. Does the one? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What happened you're on? Hold somebody. Yeah. I'm a hold of with our company, and you know, how there's an automated recording. Are you calling our company because I couldn't access my work Email and nothing was working online. No support help desk like I could do there. So I was trying to speak to a human. I needed a human. It's all I needed. And I kept getting an annoying operator carefully. If you on or media, paulie, please press one in your clear channel, outdoor employees. Please press two that's do. I can get rid of you owe more good Pixar. I didn't.

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Winning trainers Hollendorfer, Wong to collide in Berkeley Handicap

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:12 min | 3 years ago

Winning trainers Hollendorfer, Wong to collide in Berkeley Handicap

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Winning trainers, Holland or for long to collide in Berkeley, handicap, Jerry, Holland or for won training titles at fifty one Golden Gate fields meetings from nineteen eighty six to two thousand seventeen. Jonathan Wong has won the past two and is well on his way to a third straight at the current fall season. This seventy two year old hall of Famer and the twenty nine year old upstart clash in Saturday's grade, three one hundred thousand dollar Berkeley handicap in which Hollander for runs gee-gee writer and Wong runs. Gobbo's? Macondo and myth. Cal g g writer has long been a large presence in the northern half of Holland or for statewide operation. Winning fifteen of fifty starts fourteen for thirty eight at Golden Gate fields with seven hundred six thousand four hundred thirty nine dollars in earnings Saturday marks his fifth straight appearance in the Berkeley. Handicap having finished second in two thousand sixteen and fourteen third in fifteen and eight in seventeen during one for thirteen slump in GDF's other grade three rd. Races for older horses. Gee-gee writer has won the all American stakes twice and the San Francisco mile. He's lasted a long time. And he's a good solid horse has been very good to us Hollander for said he went for a period where he didn't do so. Well, and now he's doing better. He's well made some of them last a long time and some of them don't Hollander for denies having extra incentive to beat Gabon Macondo whom won- claimed from him for twenty thousand dollars on July twenty seven at the state fair. I don't think of things that way. He said if I'm entering a race. I'm trying to win no matter who's in their Gabon's Macondo followed the claim with wins in a first level allowance and an optional allowance sixty two thousand five hundred dollars claimer at F, and the bulldog handicap at the big Fresno fair I claimed him because he was still eligible for the twenty thousand dollar non winners of two and the first allowance condition and thought he could win that Wong said he's just exceeded expectations. Many trainers wouldn't claim from Holland door for figuring. He was getting all their. Was out of a horse. Personally. I think that's overrated. Wong said I think there is room for improvement on those horses. There are little things you can change and fix to help a horse out myth. Cows owners sent him to Wong after four poor efforts in southern California long. Ran him in seven straight claiming events from sixteen thousand thirty two thousand dollars with two wins. And then myth. Cal finished second in starter allowance and the rolling green stakes before being well beaten in the grade to city of hope mile at Santa Anita. The addition of blinkers has really helped him significantly Wong said he's been a better horse, the twelve Horsfield for the one and one sixteenth mile Berkeley handicap is headed by to southern California invaders with success at Golden Gate fields editor who won the race last year and flamboyant who took the San Francisco mile on March thirty first and there is g g writer who ran one of his best races in fast win on October twenty six my horses have to improve to win. But we'll see said they're both doing well. Larry stoops's. Freelance writer.

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"macondo" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Border, racial free piece of advice evangelical if you're worried about your culture being overrun by immigrants instead of trying to stop the immigrants. Maybe stop being the shittiest group of people, right culturally. You can get all the other runners disqualified, but you can't win the race. If you're standing still. They're not sure about that. They're going to try and in its on every critics Gaidar news tonight. Governor of the Tanzanian city DAR es Salaam poll Mukunda reached out to his constituency this week in an appeal to report gay people to the government. Let me be clear not case sex, not gay marriage, gay people. You get you have to tell me you have show me, dick. Caught myself. So this hunt for the most dangerous gate comes as no surprise. If the crime of homeless, thank you, the crime of homosexuality carries a life sentence in prison in Tanzania and just over one year ago, the president of the country was quoted as saying, quote, even cows disapprove of and quote own sexuality. Gestures to cow with an eat more pussies. Funded by an anti gay hate restaurant. Actually, I feel like I feel like they'd give them the rights to those cows if he asked for on a moment's notice. So here's what the governor said, quote, I have information about the presence of many homosexuals in our province. These homosexuals boasts on social networks. Give me their names. My at Huck team will begin to get their hands on them next Monday, and quote, not adding I mean, I mean arrest them stuff. Serious guys. Is this governor Macondo? Yeah. Good good. I'm the guy right behind you having gay sex with you right now. I just wanted to report a gay person. I hope every headline intensity. Red governor Mocatta desperate to find gay content on the internet. And look this is horrifying, of course. But it's important to point out that laws and politicians like this are what happened when you go somewhere with missionaries, and oh, I don't know tell them a book is the word of God. And then go home to your country and watch will and grace. Yeah. Still you gotta wonder what turning your neighbor in for being gay would be like without be..

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"macondo" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"This is one reason why fish and fish oil or something that can be protected from cardiovascular. Standpoint, the same goes for DHA. That's an essential omega three. Polyunsaturated fatty acid and high levels of DHA in research has been shown to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases. Both my DHA and my high. As a matter of fact, my EPA is so high that it flags as high risk. I'm not concerned that I have high levels of a mega three fatty acids. I need those for my joints. I need those for my cell membranes. I would expect for my fatty acids to be high based on what my cholesterol count is. And just based on the fact overall that I eat a relatively high intake of Mediterranean style. Fats, I go through bottles of extra virgin. Olive oil like most rednecks around my section of the woods, go through beer. But anyways, the the EPA in the is high, and that's a good thing. The Iraqi tonic acid below that is a measurement of the omega six fatty acids which are also essential fatty acids, meaning your body needs them, but I can't make them anytime you see that word essential turn around. That's what that means. So Megan, six, fatty acids come from the diet and when eaten in moderation, they can actually control LDL particle count and need a certain amount for, for example, the cardio lighten in Macondo membranes and and the there are a lot of really good functions of may six fatty acids. There's actually a really good new book out mild segue here or mild, a rabbit hole. I don't know why I get those two phrases mixed Ann Lewis Gilman just wrote a book called radical metabolism. I'm going to have her on the show, but a link to the book over in the show notes for today's show in which she outlines how we may be doing ourselves a disservice by throwing omega six fatty acids like Iraq on acid under the bus too much getting to a point where a lot of these oils which are also called parent essential oils are too low in the body, meaning that you do need a certain amount of seeds and nuts in some of these Cedeno based oils and some of these nano mega three fatty acids omega six fatty acids which sometimes we are told to completely avoid in order to have normal cellular metabolism. So my racket onic acid levels are just fine. You can see if you're looking at the panel. I'm in a very low risk category. I have enough of them to go around, but I'm definitely not into the the high risk category anywhere near it when it comes to my racket onic acid levels. If anything, one could argue that I could probably step up my seat in not consumption because they're they're a little bit borderline low. My omega six essential mega six, fatty acid levels leading me to have an extremely low omega six, two mega three, fatty acid ratio. One of the things I would like to do in addition to getting larger fluffy LDL particles is I want to get a better omega six through mega three, fatty acid ratio not by lowering my omega threes because I'm very happy with my my omega three values, but by possibly increasing my omega sixes. For example, one of the very simple ways to do that that Dr Gilman talks about in her book is. Is the consumption of boring oil, flaxseed oil or flax seeds and hemp seeds or hemp oil. So I actually have all three of those in the pantry upstairs, and I've been beginning to sprinkle more hemp seeds in particular on my salads. So I'm getting a little bit more of these mega six, these healthy omega six fatty acids. Okay. Then we get down after the omega fatty acids and after the cardiovascular health parameters to metabolic help. And this refers to anything that's involved with chemically processing sugar and fat for use throughout the body. As energy, you'll see there that we begin.

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"macondo" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"For example, when when when I should give a talk in front of the whole end, grew five thousand people said, oh, she was nervous. Fifteen years ago and said, okay, here's a beta blocker to slow heart viewers. Worst decision ever interesting because people have I I have haven't excited, sewer and every once in a while I'll have panic when I'm doing something in front of people. And somebody suggested beta blocker and I thought I got to be fully. They're worried I could affect how, yes, connect or disconnect from your body. And I walked up the stairs and twisted my foot gracefully held onto the furniture, not to fall. I gave my speech in front of five thousand people like. Applause and walk downstairs, and I look at my foot. It's a side of watermelon actually had a an aversion fracture. Felt I didn't feel the pain for hours. Absolutely. So that reverted that was my fault that I take that. Pay penance for quite some time. I guess I get it, but the relationship between the gut and that entire nervous system which is bigger than our emotions definitely there. Again, we say that to the best of our knowledge people overstayed things that microbiome we went to doctor. The first thing is micro micro. All people were talking all kinds of stuff, and we don't know. And I just said, I'm sorry, we can't give you. But, but it's definitely ause will come with you as a scientist. If you just gets over through about you. Gotta go, dude. We just don't have the debt. And I'm sure that I like I sure bulk probably helps them the bulk Silio husks that probably helps the microbiome, I'm sure prebiotics, whatever, and bent post by what are they probiotics all helpful. But what and how much and how win we have no idea. Yeah, for everyone's gotta so different. Exactly. So I, I've known the bulk has helped me. I noticed that somebody a no brainer now. Yeah, exactly. Well, when we were in mind, body, green and one we were sitting on the table and somebody said where ninety nine percent bacteria trying to learn how to be human. We are ninety nine cent bacteria. And you know that has a part in this. We just haven't figured out how. Well, I think pro carry-on excels are have a bacteria and the the mighty Qendra weird symbiotic something that happened from something something. It's too too much to be believed and it's just the most extraordinary biological history and we hit. It's funny that we only started thinking of it that way. Maybe twenty years ago I was studying my Qendra Macondo energy production membrane and functions when I was in college. No one ever. People always go just like any coli, but it's there might Akande. It's like, wait a minute. It is. Gene. Exactly. Like. So weird. So the tem, where should we go from here as a lot of stuff we're covering here covering very quickly. It's complicated material. People get team shares. I s h yards e. dot com..

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"macondo" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Right so but for a moment there i was like what is happening in this anyway so we're approaching the end of this film upon arriving in macondo rogers view nights of bucky barnes and the vendors task sherry with extracting the mind stone from vision then osas army invades the avengers mounted defense alongside to challah and the konin forces banner unable to transform into the hulk fights in stark's hulk buster armor thor rocket and grew arrive in condon rally defenders midnight obsidian in glacier killed in their army is routed that arrives forcing magnet maximov reluctantly destroy the mind sewn and vision with it then undoes her actions of time zone and retrieves the mind stone from the resurrected vision destroying him once again despite being severely wounded by thawra thanos activates the complete infinity gauntlet by snapping his fingers and teleport's away so i mean i kind of agree with issues with this scene anytime you're having your heroes facing off against an army of faceless minions right it's hard to feel super invested emotionally especially after well this is happening concurrently with the with the other than seen right we're jumping jinping yeah we're jumping between these two things and one thing i care a lot about an one thing could give about and that's kind of like a lot of the movie i guess because this crosscutting earlier on we're getting between with doing and the you know what i remember doing then with the rest of the crews doing so.

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"macondo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"macondo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"All right so we're macondo home of to china and areas along with a koiei and a oh as well what's interesting about this trailer is that this is coming out over the after the huge success black panther which just passed one billion dollar one what one billion dollar milestone of the box office this week and i was on the expecting this to be wall to wall black panther like black bound their black panther by and featuring some other people to now maybe they were too far along the path of cutting us to do that maybe they're so confident that they don't need to do that or maybe his scenes are a little bit too hard to cut into without revealing too much maybe i wonder if this is all like second third act stuff say realize just how important what kanda is there is to china and steve and natasha coming to meet him just great and they're on the run of his coat mike god that mind can dress all right okay so we we have the next here's pretty stylish now actually there you do see vision and scarlet witch arriving behind them so completely fit so they could be kinda and you see these legs is why you get good show these legs yeah yeah i mean his braces which in fairness those are not necessarily what kind of those could very well be a couple more generations of the star tech ones we saw at the end of civil war all right so i'm going to put a theory together so the previous redder we saw vision and wonder in edinburgh being attacked by something and then hunky beard man turns up with blonde lady and when you man and his wingman is literal wingman and they rescue is my fee thinking they rescue vision and scarlet which which would explain why visions looking bit sad there yes in this grab which could be known representative can you see yellow in his forehead shiny.

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