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"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"KNBR six eighty first grade swing and a drive to deep left field it is March starts off the bottom of the fourth by hitting his second home run in as many at bats against Negan well we were three now one was up not just over the double on a wall in left center field up over the advertising panel that is beyond that I'll feel a little it's forty three aids Mar Canada's hit one right and hit one to left center both over the wall fastball out over the plate and he crushed his the market on the very first pitch of this fourth inning has put the is back at the age of being super aggressive begins Logan web and it's working one three athletics first pitch here too Profar is off the inside wall one four hundred twenty three feet according to stack as mark can is it another home run he's got twenty two now pro for digs inside ball to can I had never had a multi hit multi home run game a thoroughly before this year and that's the second one is added in twenty nineteen so the ETS are back here head pro for waiting and he takes a little bit low three you know as a login web might be a bit spooky now a small binary jump Reno after giving up that first pitch all run the hitch pro far is small for the inside walk you through the James River Joseph on the Toyota out of town scoreboard the other nationals have broken a tie in the seventh inning scored three times at Wrigley they get a chance to sweep that series against the cubs an alley five did too in the top of the seven the cubs come into the day is the number two wild card team trailing the nationals by three games but a game and a half clear of the Phillies who have already lost today here's a **** and a strike Corbin Joseph its own one nobody out runner at first for three days the Phillies lost to the Marlins in Miami not a good weekend for the Phillies three two final swing a ground ball toward second could be two Solano charges flip very quickly to second one and proper it on the first in plenty of time for a double play what was that handled beautifully by Donovan Solano and Crawford but Solano made is faster than exchanges you could possibly make and the giants give way that maybe will help us nobody on Chad in there the Mets have also lost the Mets were in the number.

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"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"From California state parks division of boating and waterways baseball with Murph and mac weekday morning six to ten on KNBR six eighty first grade swing and a drive to deep left field it is March starts off by hitting his second home run in as many at bats against Logan way three days nine hours up not just over the double a wall of lead centerfield up over the advertising panel that is beyond that our field it's forty three aids Mar Canada's hit one right and hit one to left center both over the wall fastball out over the plate and he crushed his the market on a very first pitch of this board has put the aids back a heavy is a B. and super aggressive against Logan web and it's working one three athletics first pitch here too Profar is off the inside wall one four hundred twenty three feet according to stack as mark can is it another home run he's got twenty two now provides eggs inside ball to can I had never had a multi hit multi home run game a thoroughly before this year and that's the second one is added in twenty nineteen so the Acer back a head pro for waiting and he takes a little bit low three you know as a login web might be a bit spooky now is followed by an exam Reno after giving up that first pitch all run the hitch Profar is small for the inside it's a first walk you through the James River Joseph honey Toyota out of town scoreboard the nationals have broken a tie in the seventh inning scored three times in regularly they get a chance to sweep that series against the cubs an alley five did too and the top of the seven the cubs come into the day as the number two wild card team trailing the nationals by three games but again I have clear of the Phillies who have already lost today here's a **** and a strike Jim Corbett Joseph its own one nobody out runner at first for three days the Phillies lost to the Marlins in Miami not a good weekend for the Phillies three two final here's the pitch swing a ground ball toward second could be two Solano charges flip very quickly to second one and proper it on the first in plenty of time for a double play what was that handled beautifully by Donovan Solano and Crawford but Solano made is faster than exchanges you could possibly make and the giants give way that maybe will help us nobody on for Chad the Mets have also lost the Mets were in the number four position tied with Milwaukee coming into the day in the wild card standings first pitch swing a liner to third caught by Longoria number three Braves beat the Mets by the final two to one our Toyota out of town scoreboard Toyota let's go places like to the fifth inning home run by mark canning his second of the game against Logan well but it is now forty three aces we go to the fifth on the KNBR northern California Honda dealers radio network when you purchase.

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"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"mar canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Although Mike even one more according to the stand I read last ten stars the gentran nine in one so even one more than that so Madison Bumgarner the man deliver the goods yesterday giants fans get that went over the green in the gold was roaring let's go Oakland jazz band five hundred channel let's go giants and man oh man oh man was it tight last night bases loaded nine gaining walking in a run to make it three to two which is crucial point out was savvy you don't come in on Mar Canada is a big strong do did you didn't have to he was senior and they goes after Chad Pender and get some is a poly for the it acquired round yeah it is official it is any thriller interleague thriller San Francisco Giants three openings to so it really wasn't one of these days we'll get we'll work condition to like a decade of Denzil without that sound at the end he took that giant hot streak for me to sort Akon a star get used to it and then it kind of cool off so much we didn't hear it so now the old a surprise it back in play still go back to when I found that guy was in medium impact Brian sent me was among his many you know send so much some of it can get lost in the wash here's a loser smoking a cigarette more forty thank me I mean I think we'd like to pretty much food gas yesterday there was one on eggs scrambled eggs with catch a plane like content and and then one on Aaron Rodgers yes trying to get upset it click baby and one on the how now apple's going to choose a new feature buddy Joe that when you get a phone call from somebody it contains a one line preview of the call meeting with me like it's like when you're call so you're calling me yeah and I see Bonnie Jill laughed when I my phone instead of just seeing it now you have the option right I'm calling you about what time we should meet in the lobby that's dangerous right or could be good I guess so but if they say something I'm calling to talk to you about what you said yeah I don't know the most all a man kind I called you it means I need your first on the what do I get it like that is so lame we always you your answer your phone advice at unless right brain because he's the only guy so yeah hardly and I'm a mom so Paul you might need that line no I'm not going to use any of this nonsense I mean yeah if members call me I trust them enough to know I'm gonna pick up the horn and see what's up I don't even that's what I was thinking it's it's the same thing as a text earlier the colleagues I have talking about so how much is the payment I need so I mean well yeah what we doing out here with this some time for you to revise the resource trying to revive your once a year riff on what it was like growing up for us I told him I'd be it's a chance for Polly to to dust off my favorite about how the kids out there don't even understand how polished as we grew up in a time when that phone rang we rolled the bone yes No Way every time and picked it up could be could be could be what are you looking to hang out could be a bully from school said I'm coming to kick your **** cops saying we saw what you did total seventy saying can I speak to Mister or Mrs McCaffrey play all girlfriend there's a variety you're revving it was hot it was dangerous out there saying the balls it took for us to pick that receiver up hello knowing with knowing that we were subjecting ourselves to anything yeah any anything goes that made us tougher yeah I think the Selmer well I was it's a riff you've just enough through the years true though is now there's like there's no more mystery anymore unless you get this tax and this is Polly teacher I'm calling because Jack hole in school here did a test that you didn't fill out the answers you just wrote a van Halen's yes I had to fail yeah so anyway yeah I missed all the content that he sends him get back to the original point that one that he sent me during the High Street in July of that guy in the van with his music machine the African American gentleman was sitting in the van staring into his own camera with this kind of a knowing smile as you tell you about it being engrossed in the music this guy is fully committed what I always remember about is the caption that it might be wrote on it because he tried to explain every one of these to me and that's one reason this guy's going viral and rightfully so this is a was the line and rightfully so that put it to the next level I thought so now that it's part of the giants victory song we thought we give you a little background on that cool okay so we have your reseller bear Larry's coming on and it's the first time he did need to be the athletic a last week and you know we're going to talk about all these will asking questions about what he did this time off I'm sure you know whole answer to the best of his ability but what will address it and we'll see what he has to say will also talk about other things like I didn't get rid of troubles alley right now we're gonna get rid of the bull pens on the field who's number gets retired tomorrow's yeah we retire in you know well I speak three Huff said twenty six is that going up in the rafters did you see Bruce Jenkins given Jack Clark some love today on the number twenty eight and I do want to make sure because I did see a little bit of push back from a small sliver of the pie saying how can retire twenty two when it's Jack's number again I want to repeat wills numbers were were better across the board now I understand what Jack meant to hell of a giant man I know but we'll know better and will one more but it is it's an interesting point whose special John for me he was my hero because it really well was like here Jack was like here you can sense what I'm doing here on the radio I have one handy pretty close to the other hand yeah I don't I mean for us making Keith the Tyler and Perry I mean there's there's no right yeah yeah it is an issue but it was like to learn about that yeah welcome Larry back so many noted that since Larry's come back the giants win ball games right some what he showed up on the field Sunday yeah one is thing we'll get into all that stuff next after bunny's gill checks were having a sponsored by cache creek million dollar cars and cash giveaway twenty five grand in cash every Saturday.

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"mar canada" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"mar canada" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The pace of was a turn in the past sixty three four Lowry yesterday meta packet five birdies on the back nine including three on the final four holes as he finished in a rush meantime Yankees Iraqis the series finale the stadium today thanks Paxson against her mon Mar Canada's Yankee baseball fan told twenty five Yankee pre yanked with eleven five victory Saturday the Yankees about thirty one games above five hundred ten game American League east lead largest in seven years Braves fall to the white Sox two one eleven and the red Sox hammering the Orioles seventeen a six elsewhere in the American League scoreboard Toronto takes a droid seven five astro six Rangers one point four local five four eighty one twenty one a seven twenty seven world flanking Cleveland one to nothing in the end six game win streak is a straight a microbe with a three run home run as the angel silence Seattle six the two met with the judge yesterday afternoon late eleven for in San Francisco Stephen messages today on WCBS eight eighty as for the ones off the bench it is thirty third home run setting the Mets rookie record four R. B. I.'s died seven game win streak came to a close Tom stepped up the deal Todd Frazier all went deep in water walked in five innings to earn his first major league win fell from nationally scoreboard pirates beat the bills five one card full coverage for the two nationals by brave Stree brewers bounce a diamond six eight three Dodgers dump the Marlins ten six certainly comes a racing the Padres six the five point seven twenty minutes this is John mako WFAN twenty twenty four we move into a discussion now with whole Loudon on our program Paul is an artistic adults and author of behind the locked door understanding my life as an autistic he's joining us on our program will get a share an awful lot in our discussion roles could be talking about this a new comedy from Netflix that soon looks very interesting and promising as well pull first role good morning welcome to our program thank you so much for having me in beginning this discussion I like to start as simply as possible was still a bit of your background I mentioned the fact you are an autistic adult I also mention effective the book that you of all third let's talk in your background how do you explain what autism is explaining autism is always very difficult but I I tried to talk to people about the fact that it is a developmental disorders so a lot of people think of it as a series of symptoms but it's really about the changes in the brain that lead to those organs we tend to have social challenges weekends are not pick up on the voice what body language we may have social communication delays which means that we can have difficulty with the parts of the medications that are around late shop at the personal experience a lot of people with autism our verbal but tend to be focused on talking about their interests and things like that and not very much on the social side of conversation the lesser nonverbal option because other element of autism are are preventing us from developing those skills that that part of ourselves it often comes with you sensory issues hyper hyper sensitivity worsens over less than this to you things sounds like things like that and then the feet sort of obsessive behavior and black and white thinking where we we tend to find ourselves limited in experience is absolute and often what comfortable in areas where there are consistent rules and consistent yes black and white thing said to exist within so that we don't have to deal with the ambiguity of the world again it's it's hard to explain because a lot of it is your experience level the list of symptoms that can very so much from person to person that you know it it's hard to not really recognize well without an expert consult well that leads into an area that I was thinking about in advance of our discussion today and that is about the idea of societal or public misconceptions about autism you know you you say autism and we very often hear these reports talking about the prevalence of autism or the incidence of autism in our society in the numbers you know our in some areas geographically relatively low so that there's a high incidence of autism a presence a lot of people know someone who's autistic or they themselves may be on the spectrum have a family member on the spectrum what about those misconceptions how do we go about or how can we go about preps changing them well one of the the biggest thing is that you know right now the the big push is still autism awareness getting people to recognize that he does have a high incidence rate it does have you know but it's out there because you know before that a lot of people heard the word but the only place never seen it he is beating in rain man or you know that calm or just you know what a very special episode of something and so one of the changes one thing I push for is is understanding rather than where it is getting people to get the idea that there were people and and understand their that autism is one of those things that we just now from diagnostic side really beginning to get a better understanding the fact that autism is largely genetic could not in the sense that genes are solely responsible for it but in the sense that up in many many cases you know that there are genes that show a higher risk of autism you mentioned that it be geographical there's a you know you know reason that one we know that up hi I. air pollution makes it more likely or if the mother is exposed higher pollution in the more likely that our children media and again there's still a genetic risk their present like eat your genetically vulnerable to it Dan factors may be able to trigger it and also just because we have this example where you know he clusters because of where services are are you know there there's a higher number of autistic children in Phoenix but part of that is because he has good autism services and considering how hard it is to get basic services for autism a lot of places people are willing to pick up their whole lives and move to find IT services so one of the thing is is we still have a hard time studying a lot of this just because the availability of services and and doctors and things like that is so regional that you know we a distorted the data we might collect and when we talk about the I guess incidence of autism diagnosis of it has not gotten better the diagnosis of autism has improved profoundly over the last ten or fifteen years the new DSM in particular came out a few years ago rolled aspergers autism and PDD NOS which was sort of a catch all for autism like symptoms but didn't quite make it out to diagnose the problem all into one that that clear price what the autism symptoms look like are the challenge still is that it is based on behavior we don't have a what test or a skin or anything like that brought the based on the age which means that you spot on his arm by how different somebody is from what they are expected to be and so what is in the U. S. looks one way other than your hand can look a bit different and so on we've gotten a lot better at spotting it but we still have a long way to go and so part of the reason we have the hi diagnosis rate that we have right now not the only reason but part of the reason is definitely because we've become so much better at spotting yet that we're realizing that it kind of always was out there this high level but people with autism are falling through the cracks you get a lot of adults now with autism you know they're in their forties fifties sixties who receive the diagnosis but it's more for their peace of mind going all I always knew I was struggling with what they they found ways to make it work and now we're catching individuals like that early where maybe they didn't receive a diagnosis they still go on to have sent away if they you know had to struggle harder than ever around to do it maybe not and so we are catching a lot more of those educators were catching a lot more of the one look different you know autism the current numbers show that three or four more times as likely invoices girls and we're still working on with that the issue of you know the genetic side of it or whether to issue about still being really badass diagnosing it girl because again it it shows up differences and a lot of those differences are tailored around with those differences look like invoice right now so we're improving but there's still a long way to go what about the idea of promoting better understanding of what it's like to be an autistic adult I think of that extremely valuable just because one of the big challenges with autism is that often when you treat autism in you know what a child or moderate low functioning individual as things improve you still end up with a high functioning individual who will be an adult one day and those of us who are those adults you know you get out of high school and there's very little in the way of services when I tried to get help the college they didn't really have anything for me after I received by that contact which wasn't something that was beneficial to my set of symptoms at all situation is improved I mean this was twelve years ago but one of those things is that you know we're out there we're looking for employment we're looking for you know romance we're looking for friends were looking for having why and you know that the current situation is often that we're expected to explain ourselves hello employer what we need everything and so we have a disability and we have to work harder to get what we need with a disability and so I think better understanding are you know there's a lot of companies they're focusing on employing individuals but they're finding great success in the fact that they have enough understanding too you know you know you can't ever be individual up to the different but they don't have understanding to know the right questions to ask the help that individual explain what their challenges are and find a job and they're they're finding that there's a lot of those look with autism due to sell or upload them symptom may be more comfortable with repetitive tasks or maybe more focused on detail than an ordinary person or have other aspects of our self that we're comfortable using in our employment should help us do a better job at certain captain so they're simply looks at their and understanding what it looks like and how to talk with another person in the a huge part of making that work we're talking with Paul Lowden on our program Paul is noted public speaker radio show host author of behind the locked door understanding my life as an autistic he is joined us by phone on our program be an element or everyone else to grow around you know the the story is here trouble of the mother here's the struggle of the friend but not the struggle of the office to get to that also looking at the show and look your what little we have what network said about it I I see a lot of potential and it does the lack of a better word feel like.

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"mar canada" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mar canada" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"They're like little white yeah there with stupid roche's feathers are great drew there at enjoy that beat bitch he just got eight up yeah i thought that was pretty cool let's call the giants was all the requests pretty glad you show minute do you have i quake you shown us birds dying and we'll see dr chin do you like cloverfield yeah cloverfield there's a yeah after the start three coming out and there's zero information on it bowing out next month on this that what was the first to the first one was in in new york called a monster in new york gap in then it was like one was with john goodman yeah down i like now the ah seattle's that you were like really but i like your chin what else you she stupor have organ facts apples going to replace old iphone batteries for twenty nine dollars after ever since that one thing happened where they are slowing on the phone i blasted it out i like that 'cause you know your phone slows down apple admitting they add really angry yeah they minute now no twenty nine dollars either annan for iphone only reason why your phone slows down it bothers me now i will go hoover's my my battery replace walks when the shia check this out by 2050 chocolate could be gone mother weicker according to herschel bhagwat heffer cadbury begs to differ mars canada me is partner with the inner city on trying to save coca plants.

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