20 Burst results for "Manam"

"manam" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"manam" Discussed on Short Wave

"You're listening to shortwave from NPR. Let's start with a fun game a game. I've been playing every day. It feels like and I'm not the only one time now for the most important question of the morning. Take this local news station. Box Eight News in Cleveland Ohio. What Day is it with todd? Yeah it's Monday. That settles it. It's Monday another day. In the pandemic time-warp keeping of time is something. A lot of us are struggling with right now. There is a me running around with the calendars nowadays instead of having Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday. They just have day day day. This is Dean Bono Manam WanNa know okay means good hands because I come from a long line of pick my family's Italian that would mean like you can need bread. That would be that would be. I wish that was true. Well I'll tell you. What do you know have been trying to bake? And as a person who was a microbiologist you would be startled in my inability to make use dean is a neurobiology and psychology professor at Ucla. I've argued before that the brain is is fundamentally a time machine in the sense that one of its main functions is really predict. The future and predicting future requires understanding when something will happen. Not only the wet will happen. Dean unfortunately can't predict when this pandemic will end but he's got plenty to say about his research into how our brains tell time so today on the show. We're going to talk about the time machine. That is our brain and why for so many of us right now. Time feels strange. In this moment I mattie sify. And you're listening to shortwave. On Blur state made something or other twenty twenty.

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Reducing Hospital Infections

Second Opinion

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Reducing Hospital Infections

"Acquired in hospitals are the number one cause of hospital harm hospitals. Those are fabulous breeding grounds for infections and hospital infections cost America about thirty eight billion dollars a year and result in about one hundred thousand deaths each year and among hospital acquired infections. Pneumonia is at the very top of the list list. which is the type of infection that I'm interested in? That's Dr Diane Baker. I'm a professor of nursing at California State University Sacramento Manam. Getting pneumonia in the hospital is not good. These infections or hard to treat they cause people to spend more time in the hospital and and they cost money to treat and they often cause death. That's why we're so interested in taking all the steps necessary to prevent these types of infections actions. It won't surprise you. That hospitals encourage frequent hand washing and the wearing of masks gowns. But Dr Baker's team team has discovered that a dollar thirty five intervention can significantly decreased pneumonia and patients like it. Dr Baker Acre observed that often nurses just don't have the resources to deliver fundamental nursing. Care things like helping people to get out of bed. Providing leading skin care and oral care the consequence of omitting this care of course is that it puts the patient at increased risk for hospital acquired infection. It it turns out that a good number of cases of hospital acquired de Monja can be prevented the Monja comes from germs in the mouth. If we omit ah basic or or care the germs over Berlin. The mouth and they can easily slip into the lungs causing an infection. That's what we call the MONJA. Hospitals are the perfect storm for pneumonia is to develop in part. This is due to patients lying in bed. Being given medicines that suppress their koff having dry. Maoz and an ultra diet. So Dr Baker's team began to think how they might change this pattern. That's got the idea idea that we kept the mouth clean and stopped the germs from Boeing. That perhaps we could prevent this the MONJA and indeed. That's exactly actly. What we did. Dr Baker got three large healthcare systems to give her idea. Try Simple as it might be. Nurses made sure or that. Mouths were healthy. And then encouraged hospitalized people to brush their teeth three to four times a day. This means that they're given a good couth brush. Toothpaste antiseptic now. France and we started brushing teeth before surgery as kind of a logical step. You're having a big surgery as someone's like they put a tube your throat without surgery. Your mouth should be as clean as possibly could be. It's a simple step. But does it reduce pneumonia. Absolutely did reduce the MONJA and one of our studies have to seventy percent saving about thirty one lives savings. I'm about six million dollars a year and the results from the Kaiser permanent case system were equally as impressive literally saving millions of dollars for the organization and hundreds of lives so the solution is simple low cost and low tech but believe it or not. Hospitals are still not adopting this a dollar thirty five intervention. Why because so far no accrediting organization has officially told hospitals. They need to to do it. Come on really. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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"manam" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"manam" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And he said okay so I went over to the kosher meat and Ohio and I said Sir we've forgotten football today Can you give us a football so warm up with let me jump in. They're glad Manam Asli. Okay I use that word. magnanimously offered don't give you an opportunity to warm up right right and he reached into into his into his office. Air and gave you a football. He you a football one football to win. If I recall correctly exactly one coach. You're giving us one football to warm up and the coach said to you. I only have two so so I'm giving you one. That's exactly right. He'll head to football coach. They had to football program. That was my first Jack. Harbaugh is a guy that vo coach at Eaton Ohio and gave me one football to warm up and I want to say that was my first coaching game. That I ever had was a head coach yet. It was it was a were were they calm. preseason or is it was a practice game just game and I had I had gone to Eton is one thousand nine hundred sixty three are your sixty four. If I recall what it was I went down. Dave Mcclain was on the staff at Miami of Ohio. He and I were teammates at Bowling Green and said there was a head. Coaching job at Eton program wasn't very good. They had not won a game in three years. And you want to start out as a coach. This might be a good opportunity so I got an interview went down interviewed for the job. Thought I did a great job and three weeks later. I called. Ask Him if he had made a decision yet and they said No. They had not made a decision yet and they were planning to make one and and soon hopefully soon they they would make a decision. How many people have you interviewed other than myself? And he said none so. I felt my only chance was if one applied for the job saying I got a chance. Sure no later they call and I got the job and we came down and we very little. We had except.

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Apple's New AirPods Pro: What We Know

The Talk Show

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Apple's New AirPods Pro: What We Know

"New air pod pro pods it's a really well that's the difference podcasting and right and the actual bugs you pulling up and back up the net at that in addition into the fact that they have like a rubber tip or not even like a rubber tip they have rubber tips the the what you call the Rod that comes down out of your ears -nificant shorter than than the existing airport buds so they could make the case a little shorter but they also had to make the case wider sort of like you know sort of reminds me of the fat Nanno the way remember the old fat Manam sure you know it's a a sort of squatter case because these buds with you know the budget bigger because they go into your ear so that case had to be wire it's interesting that it's but it has more volume though yeah yeah I did too because these are headphones I should be clear about what I'm saying is that the case has volume is is larger right the previous generation of air

"manam" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"manam" Discussed on WTVN

"Dimitrius Stanley is joining us as well. And. Element right now. Because he when we walked in here, he goes, Finally, I can breathe Manam around all this golf. This is my is my thing, this is this is my thing. He's like it's never been my thing. He been here for what you've been here for a half hour, you've hugged, schmooze, and high five more people. Everybody knows come on dude, he caught up. He caught a touchdown in here that story he caught a touchdown. I heard that well. Well, I just like watching people, it's a great people water. It really isn't really is, is when you see it's funny when you're looking around, and then you see the lovely ladies with I don't see that I have guys with the great golf swings that lovely ladies with the heels on in. Oh, we have we're wearing he'll. So that's my wife. Yes. Yeah, but that's different. Because here with you. Yes. But you know what I'm saying? Yes, I do. And I don't understand I'm like, if I'm going to golf, a golf anything golf, I'm wearing flat something comfortable, so I can walk all day. Yeah. Or maybe you would you would you would like to see me and some high heels, wouldn't you? I got some sexy Cavs. Well, I've heard that. Little right. Hey guys checking out. You have a great show that went off the rails, right? That what we do love it. Because this fresh air is what's doing oxygen oxygen. It's good for you. All right. So, of course, we're going to have David Matt told he's going to be stopping by just a little bit. We also have Mr. Gulf Ray husky will be by in just a little bit. And this came out, I think it was yesterday. And I was thinking, oh, man. I'm gonna talk to about this tomorrow for sure. But the they announced six kickoff times for the buckeyes, four of which are noon games. Have we had this conversation before not of your noon game?.

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"manam" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"And your left is the Madam High Manam, hey, there little monkey. Oh, you're so cute. You wanna banana. You can't have one until after we're done. All work no play. You're welcome for that. He started me down that road. I will give you the monkey voice. All right today we're talking about consent culture with kitty striker and she we, we just got done talking about her book. Once again, you can go out and do the scratcher thing or go out and buy it off Amazon, you know, let me ask you another question here. It's become very serious issue around consent and seems to be changing some in some areas. You know, cultural norms are are changing. It's becoming more thing something more talked about, where do you see the changes happening in? You know, cultures is a broad spectrum. Well, I think that God, I mean, there's been some positive changes and there's been some. I don't know if they're really changes, but some acknowledgment of what we're really dealing with some of the positive changes. Like I mean, okay, I'm going to sound really radical right now, but I'm glad that Brock Turner has a bunch of protesters showing up at his house so that he feels uncomfortable. I'm pretty glad about that. I think it's atrocious that only got three months in jail for being a rapist, and I'm glad that community will hold him responsible even if the police won't. However, that is very radical view. Yeah, it might be just a little tiny bit radical. Yeah, it is. It is, but and that's okay. I, I have to say that I did rape counseling for longtime and police consistently disappointed me police sent people out for being sex workers for being too Brown or for being trans or for being procedures to slutty to take their accounts of the sexual assault. I have been locked in a room with someone who has just suffered a rate until she wrote down the experience more than once for supports late. So I don't know that I trust the cops to really manage these things. In fact, I need, especially in the bay, sometimes it's the cops that have been doing the sexual assault. So. So..

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"manam" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"You've been at this awhile and we were talking on the dance at, hey, man, I've got an antelope coming up with my brother-in-law over here in Nevada, and we got out there and you know, I grew up in south Texas. I'm used to hunting south Texas, most of the ranches, and I've been on have good road says some pretty well. No my directions as far as bad out there, but being out here in his big country, Nevada, your lot of mountains, and you know, big mountain, small mountains, and you can pick out a high ridge as a reference point. And as long as you've got that ridge in view, you kinda where you're at. But once you start getting away from it, that ridge disappears. So I was starting to read of navigation techniques and tips on the internet, and I'll tell my wife, you know, you can get anything Amazon these days out a life. I said they may get Amazon and give me a damn compass and saw a picked out compass compass came, and I sent Manam take when. Go out there with Mitch and see if I can kind of get my birds well accomplish this. This is me speaking, and I want to hear your take on it. But dude, I had a compass nine, I can get my direction, but if I don't have a map out there, I mean, the compass doesn't really do me a better good because even if I know I need to head back north south east west whenever wherever I to go, dude, if I'm just lost the foothills, I can general direction and I can head general direction, but it's not gonna put me back where I started necessarily. So my question to you is how you doing with stuff like that, or are you any good at it? Because right now, dude, I ain't worth shit. Right. I'm actually just funny. You mention that because I'm actually just reading up on that stuff. I do have a compass if you have a topographical math that has, you know, every man has north north south east and west on the good thing to go by. And like I said, I'm I'm learning about this as far as a direction and everything because I don't fully understand it. It gets kinda complicated..

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"manam" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"It's wrong, but I do get excited and try to celebrate mildly when things go. That put a lot of work into a. We reach a goal like John, we're going golfing. John, like a making you go like, or you know, or vice versa. If I feel like I need to put extra time in on something that's not, but at the end of the day, it's all sharpening the sword when it comes to my life doesn't fall apart. One more thing on what I do agree is that when I'm not falling apart over little shit, that a lot of people do fall apart on I sniggered at it not because I think I'm better, but I realize of what I been through. And then I tried if I'm if I'm helping that person, I try to say, look, process it like this, take it down, chill out because I think the myself the shit that absolutely should have broken me did not as did you as you and it made us who we are and that in. That's what gives you the ability to continue to be successful and take these things as they come. One thing I was going to say, obviously, I think we all love to give a real life. Examples is shit. Monday, maybe mean Corey gotten a straight fight. Maintain Corey got in a fight, and we got in a fight about business shit, and it was very, we were on two completely different pages. He thought a certain way, I've felt a certain way and and it was strong and it continued out and then these things happen. I want everyone to understand this. I walked away not agreeing with Cory, Cory, walked away, not agreeing with me, but you know what. You move on and the longer I take that with me and I'm like, fuck that bullshit or corey's. Fuck that. Bullshit. The business just suffers so we could be little whiny bitches and and whine and moan like bitches like we did or we can just fucking walk out the room. Fuck and have a drink. Water, say, fuck it yourselves face back to I said, can we talk about some more fun? Because I think we're done with this. Anywhere. That's exactly what I said. Did I. Walk down on like, I don't think I could talk right now, but let's circle back. Well, maybe thinking God, Jeff. Me and Jeff had a run in and it was a clash at a tight. And do I league motherfucking do from the hood. Fucking computer wizard. Each is going back and forth and eight. He's wro technical numbers and all this other shit and bottom line like midway through our argument found out he was right, but I. Good. No shit. Too much. Just having a conversation and then. I don't like so. This has to do we talking about. I know my eagle has got me in trouble before and like, I'll do some bullshit and I know I'm wrong, but I'll just keep going on the bullshit just because you're all in just to justify. Push. Growth. The majority for the growth to maturity made me circled back in in really became. It became weird because Manam apologizing thirty four just because I'm so not used to apologize. Say, do you know is wrong or something? And and then you know to to have me work myself up like to to have we continuously work myself when I knew I was wrong, was the wrong thing that was wrong thing to do. Being able to circle back to say, a man. You know, I was wrong about this and this is how we should do this. And then we ended up getting on the same page. But I think like you say, you know, but also in the midst of being separated to John's point over three or four days, I can see that there was questions I had to ask him when I was like, fuck. I got to reach back out to talk to him, and but like I.

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"manam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Big. Step for for him and building, momentum Demeanor and attack mode kind on the mound there is a. There is a pace and intensity. Water is doing so you know hopefully another one to build on It's gonna, leave just six or. More one, out of his last nine starts for you hoping to get. Him through, that six before that era yeah but that's you know that's the next step you. Know hopefully as he continues Bilbo Manam builds, more and more confidence you know he'll get. Back to that point to where he can get a steeper in games, did you, see in that sixth-inning labor here Just a. Really, slow developing, play and, you know it's it's. One of, those you've got to really fight to get around and and. And and, kinda get on ballots enough to where you can make an Oscar at thrown it. Just gotta tailbone learned anything about this trip Yeah he can. Hit and he's you know obviously more real quality of that's tonight obviously the homerun to get us going so definitely earn his key period and. And having an impact on us win some games Three of AL West said from what's to come This, is, this was really nice and I thought tonight honestly I thought, we were, dragging a little bit a little bit you know just just. What the road trip and the double header yesterday so for us to be able to grind that went out wanting to stay. Away from a couple, of guys in the pan I thought guys really really grinded to hang on there and hopefully get some rest and and start a big big.

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Venezuelan migrants pour into Peru before new rules enforced

Morning Edition

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Venezuelan migrants pour into Peru before new rules enforced

"You passport, requirements have come into force in Peru to control the number of Venezuelan migrants fleeing the economic crisis in their country a similar restriction introduced in Ecuador last week was overturned by a court Katie Watson has more details in the past. Few days at kudos laid. On? Dozens of buses to move Venezuelans through the country trying to get. As many as possible to the Peruvian border. Of all the new restrictions come in it's been referred to as a humanitarian corridor but there's. Another motivation to it's not an Ecuador's interests to have thousands of Venezuelans stranded, in the country, with nowhere to go and this, judge's, ruling on, does Ecuador's efforts to. Stem the flow of, people coming through the economic situation Nation is worsening and more and more people are leaving Venezuela every day. And what's being referred to as Latin America's worst migrant crisis in its

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"manam" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Well, I know back during the Bush administration, Stuart Gordon wanted to do another reanimator movie with random later in the White House, and it was going to be satirical of that and then never came to be either, but it's him and I know him Brian used to have a connection with William H Macy was supposed to play the president in that. Yeah. I mean, it must have gone far enough along where they were casting a. I don't know what, what happened to it. It's disappointing because now the last three animator we have is. Brian useless beyond reanimator, which I don't know. I'm gonna revisit it when the Blu-ray comes out because I haven't seen it in forever. But I remember being really disappointed. Yeah, I would I want would want to shoot to shoot out. out of a reanimated movie would really much my CNN. That would be a mobile park. Definitely. I, we're gonna take a break and plain interview with director Brian us, and we'll be back with that after these brief messages. It's not easy having a good time and it's not cheap either every week, the projection booths brings you new show, possibly even to focusing on all genres of cinema, if you've sat through the seven hour Conan episode, the six hour stalwarts episode or even the hour long, superb Manam sewed. You know that Mike and his co host put forth a lot of work and researching the movies, tracking down the interview subjects and putting together one of the best podcast on the internet. Now I'm asking you if you can repay all that hard work by giving back to the projection. The show has a patron fundraiser patriot. That's he.

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"manam" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And weather station all right and we are off manam how are you i don't here let's start off with the kelly's mike alive hey how are you i'm good kennedy places in for our producer rachel this morning good to have getting dream of wheel of fortune honestly this is like the second this is like the last big hurdle for her she's up at saratoga i think and i think that's okay to say but the if she gets through here i guess it's onto the show yeah so i think she is just funny that she's unrelenting this is like on her bucket list it will happen so knowing rachel yes it will sell very cool so she's up there all right did did we all watch the big announcement last night actually off at eight fifty five but i don't think i missed too much the president he has his nominee for supreme court it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge brett kavanagh to the united states all right and cavenaugh himself talked about what kind of a judge is my judicial philosophy is straightforward a judge must be independent and must interpret the law not make the law a judge must interpret statute says renton and a judge must interpret the constitution as written in huge price kelly the democrats and he said you know what we're going to take an open mind to this nomination and we're going to really see if he might be good for the country here's bernie sanders.

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"manam" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on KOMO

"Need for accurate citizenship data outweigh fears about a potentially lower response rate correspondent natasha chan louisiana attorney general's office has ruled out criminal charges against to baton rouge police officers in the two thousand sixteen fatal shooting of album sterling here's clayton neville evan the announcement comes nearly eleven months after the justice department ruled out federal criminal charges and ultimate sterling's july twenty sixteen debt which fueled widespread protests nationwide investigators say officer blamed salomone shot and killed sterling during a confrontation outside of a convenience store where the thirty seven year old black man was selling homemade cds another officer helped russell sterling to the ground but didn't shoot louisiana state attorney general jeff landry says it was found that neither of the officers did anything criminal each expert was selected by the us department of justice each independently concluded that both offices acted in a reasonable and justifiable manam in shooting death of mrs stirling sterling's and beat washington says the announcement didn't shock her we knew that they weren't charged these police officers that's why you didn't see anybody falling out screaming and disbelief we knew that he was not qualified salomone and blaine guilty of anything l chris stewart is the sterling family attorney and says not bringing criminal charges shows a lack of courage courage to be a prosecutor takes courage to fight for justice and we didn't see that sterling's family is calling for change in leadership in baton rouge in says they'll keep fighting until they get it that rouge police department is expected to hold disciplinary hearings later this this week to determine whether the officers behavior violated department policy the police department says after the hearings will release four additional videos of the incident evan correspondent clayton neville.

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"manam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Know pat i'm going down the hall impasse in rome this a pass manam and you're calling in as much information as you can two lefty responding units that are setting up outside to come in the back you up you know where you're going what you're seeing it you seen i easy seeing um you know all kinds of stuff so you know you you can go in there one guy was an with a patrol rifle and then go to you in gone you know bad guy's a plan in these things out you know more than you know it's it's pre planning so we're always at a disadvantage of going into these type of things now where i work you know we know the school ins and outs noble hiding spots nooks and crannies by other agencies coming from the next town alva and not going to know you school they're not gonna know so you know they go into a building they may not know exactly where where they're going so yeah you know communications a big thing so in the town you work in what is the policy our policy is it why one or two options can go in who gave you the first one on site you're going into engaged in a course once that call goes out everybody in their brother is going to be there within three to five minutes but that three to five minutes fifteen people so that whole thing about arming teachers i think is a great thing if they want to do it in they get the training like we do it i'm not just saying i'm not just saying you know bradley got an ltte and you go shooting once once every six months yeah avenue judgment judgment call training of shoot don't shoot scenario exactly you know what i'm saying so um or even taken veterans were probably a military and you know know how to.

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"manam" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"manam" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"It's very sample so so we use basically to rules fifty fifty and we got a twenty page blog posts about it but first one is long term moving average like so the current price on smp like if we're talking about domestic markets relative to twelve month moving average if it's above great keep owning value stocks momentum stocks if it's below that signal says we need to be hedged and the other signal is it's called time series will manam are absolutely momentum will use it's gary into naci if you had with has a great book doom momentum where he kind of talks about this concept in we used one element of doom amendment it's literally current huma return on snp relative to the cumulus turn on the tbills basically if it's positive in otherwise your hedge in so we have those two signals we'll cessna every month if if you know both say good to go we stay long whatever we're owned in if they if they're fifty fifty or fifty percent hedging if they're both say hey you know it's time to jump off a bridge and then we'll hedge the portfolio basically completely short at that point yes so we'll be long all his long value momentum names but we'll start layer in down passive shorts like sby or efa or will use futures kinda pull out the beta component of the bed so listen should be marked neutral so what are the numbers for this past month when you when you did the analysis just to the audience can kind of understand what you what you mean by what you're saying they're in an actual numbers.

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"manam" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"manam" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And welcome back seven read love with us of course set the what are you working on next we are currently editing a croat would monster movie the fight with monster a legacy of fear and i am producing a um that documentary called on the trail of camp and i'm executive producing a documentary called decrypt as you all and you being value only my third year i mean that's it we're we're were scheduled out through twenty twenty though so it's it's going get real crazy at toward the open value only my third year i mean that's it we're we're and were scheduled out through twenty twenty though so it's it's going to get real crazy at toward they'll look back what do you think he's been the scariest story you've been involved with or heard about the the area i've heard would what do you think has been the scariest story you've been involved with or heard about the the area i've heard would would probably have to be the bob boss were dory from the mosque manam point pleasant movie we just finished involved and a friend uh we're out driving one night on motorcycle who may be noticed two red eyes looking at them from the top of the north power plant and of course anyone knows the mark mandatory you know with the glowing red i'd creature that we've seen outside of point pleasant west virginia but uh they were they were on their motorcycles they see the uh somewhere of out three fours up in five power plant they actually encounter them off van stemming about ten feet away from them and the reason.

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"manam" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"manam" Discussed on The Incomparable

"A broglie poli oli i believe it was the duty is who is hebron also at robots the film well right which it does resemble in some respects william joyce i love his his books i love his design work and this yeah i i i see both sides i i like manam is approval of montes pick i like the movie i don't love the movie but i really like the movie and i will say i cannot get that they might be drains version of there's a great big beautiful terror out of my head that it's like one of my top tim era and you shouldn't it will it looks like getting masterpiece coming after chicken little i will say that fourth that yes the thing about meet the robinson's which is the reason that i am let's take it is like it's so weird like you were talking to it's weird stuff going on this one senior particular where there's a dinosaur and they've like somehow like mind control the dies i remember exactly what's going on but there's the line is i have a big head in little iron old to something and this movie came out when i was ten years old and we went wild for that line is home because this we we just love down line in particular i quote to this day with no contacts blake whenever anything about a t rex is relevant we will still quote that i don't know that line in particular is just stuck in our cultural consciousness all right anita robinson's has been picked somewhat out of spite but also just out of our bryan and love and love that's good it's good brian it's your turn much like monte something that monti said makes me needs to pick this movie because i am going to make the deal with weird octopus woman the first movie i ever saw in a theater when i was a little cared little eddie brian was the little mermaid and 89 earth nickel film boys this movie this movie means.

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"manam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"manam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"When you have an opportunity in analogy of football don't foam little way you take advantage of these quarters down show people were tomato and that's what i want to do i got the job mortified this week in the nfl today cruelly kidding me neighbourliness in with that crew fatah jeff i years ago you a sled tastes them amount but now i'm here and i want to make an impact and i want to help bring a little bit of swag little bit of fresh perspective it's knowledge that i got great stories in those relationships that i've leverage disguises stone league that asean offseason that adapt up and hug and ate it tell me on the voice of their generation that's why i want to bring to the forefront and the nfl today's show along with these legs on worker with manam bless how do you follow that tell them that he is the voice that our generation i never get that always get you the bane of i this there now know this i was i was at super bowl as santa clara and jameson while south on humble in every athlete on so i'll walk up on my aim is high he stops you right there is no who you are and i am i i would say will say say look how you approach be on tv like you to voice for us and at that moment like i was too taken aback but if the felt like it was a huge responsibility is laying on me and there's a certain responsibility i got for these young guys at look at me and they know part of fraternity i know apart accrue and i'm not gonna turn my back on them when things get back but i am going to be critical on them when a mess up and that's the ones they respect oftentimes ghazi the game and they either do one or the other like they make headlines being the guy that trash ism are they make headlines guises to nice if you find that blaney honest about the craft these guys will take a resembles jamus who said i do glad salvage milder charismatic a bit velvet yoto kirtley leg day because we know you mentioned some of the benefits that you play where we were working in a league used to school me unfortunately who somebody guys you lena lean on in the broadcasting business and a you know when i first got to.

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"manam" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"manam" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Have you been doing thirty years though areas anal line john yeah yeah practice mild yeah you listening john tomorrow seven twenty you'll be here john comes to us from certified polygraph dot com and he will let us know let general has been lying to the crucial wait till what are we doing are we talking about feel like the machine oh yeah we have done jonah what do we have fully computerised polygraph equipment legit uptodate current current inhabited manam anywhere in john's got a certain tone on i would like to john you know what you can probably fish it out of having on the show tomorrow because i'm pretty sure you gotta be disappointed in me once you find on the heartland john the next day while you acting like a private if you've got i don't want to you guys if i'm lineup i'm sorry you're a liar i'm sorry i'm over find out tomorrow going to find out tomorrow on the already apologizing eight john wolf the up tomorrow seven twenty sounds good i'll i'll be there okay bring the computer bring everything john please okay you got gotta i appreciate ah john hold on one second why gotta go this far dharmasiri a heavy smoker john yeah john are ground yawn jerry met john victory to know the youth now he means business what to become a certified molly wrapped technician there she is the idea that you have hap you have to have the right certification horses you have to you should johns taking his job seriously thought want to make sure that tomorrow the general understand that man is unlikely i jove mike i john been doing this for thirty years in thing i've been my suffered 25 and i'm never going to change for nobody the been a liar not changed orders today you'll he'll ready guilty act meghan excuse respect enough yourself i mean there were no question might have you ever have you belie do me a very very factually picture johnny come of you're not johnny here tomorrow showing no i care for jaju jump i know i will find out seven twenty two mall let's head of the telling the truth that gentleman i in one thousand dollars thirty minutes after every hour of the crews show congratulations helms drags on me bro eight rita in worship in la a reader hello good morning good morning i read are you on your way to work right now he fao awesome listening today is your day you just one one thousand dollars you're caller one else you're also you've also qualify for a shot to win one million dollars okay rita wow.

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"manam" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"manam" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Radio iheartradio goes one on one with christiaan to ask how he got vince gill to record with him i asked him and he agreed i was like i'm gonna ask him he's manam just busy of get a lot of stuff because you know he's producing and he's playing on other people's rodrigues these yet so much charities stuff that he does i was like a he's narrative is used again come on over to my house at a studio when just do it here anna cory booker reducing literally looked me dude if you don't vajpayee this i will kill you he's one of those people from me that i i can put a way opponent petr i would vote version he is what condition is that it was fun for me because when a win in sometimes when you build somebody up like that you just don't want to meet him goes digitally down he he told leaks even super nice guy in an incredible incredible keep listening to iheartradio for more christiane and all your favorite artists bonner bolton ho ho ho ho ho ho hmm two only on the from the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world blind george noory tan welcomed to coast to coast am later on tonight torjanzadeh shrinks there's what's happening a majority of americans voters thinks military force will be required to stop north korea from continuing work on its new weapons programs in half favored the united states eugene force 55 percent in the latest poll so you as military force will be required to stop north korea's work on its weapons the us special counsel investigating possible ties between the donald trump campaign and russia in last year's election is now examining a broad range of transactions involving mr trump's businesses as well as those of his associates fbi invest two gators and others are looking of russian purchases of apartments and trump buildings trump's involvement in the controversial show hold developmental new york with russian associates the 2013 miss universe pageant in moscow and mr trump sale of of florida mansion to a russian oligarch in.

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