20 Burst results for "Marva"

"marva" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:30 min | 2 d ago

"marva" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"The Internet can be definitely, not a friendly place and that's more. More so than being in person sometimes yeah. Because most of the time trolls won't say things to your face. beat the crap out of them. Exactly. Thought like. But yeah definitely I mean like you said, especially as of black costs layer that just. Unfortunately still in two thousand twenty comes with the territory of just putting yourself out there online like you always get those comments about the character not being black or something's not accurate or just completely just like unshielded racism for no reason like sometimes, I, guess with me, I, kind of try and like not give them that negative attention sometimes like sometimes things that they say are just so ridiculous like I have to laugh because I'm just like like, why did you take the time out of your day to like be so rates says it's just like how like how is this what you're doing with your time? But yeah it's. It's it sucks sucks because you know other players don't have to deal with that and it is something that like pretty much we all go through. So I think that's why it's good that we kind of have our own network and we're kind of building our own kind of socialness within each other. So we can promote each other instead of waiting for others. So. What are you specifically doing to kind of keep yourself going while there? There's no cons. As the said like not try to give him the time, which is good. 'cause you have from what I can see way too much love and support to. Your time I'm always not or all the I mean. That's kind of thing what I mean every costlier Biz face. The question is like how do I keep my workup on because there's Prince Amin their costs players who are Raunchy they go on only fans. Whether or not the something you enjoy doing but there are platforms out there where people could still interact in cell content. And, then you got your twitches beg channel as well. So I mean, you've get leases. What I've been like Kinda. Shifting my focus too is more my streaming because like you said like I can cause play and do my own shoots and stuff, but it's it's Kinda just not the same fulfillment of like putting together this big cost playing going out to con where more people see you you'll get more you know more different photographers and stuff instead just like sharing my stuff to my same audience because it's the same people following me but yeah, I've been trying to just Kinda ship my gears to do more streaming and then also keep up content costs play wise Kinda just balancing it. I do think that this. Whole corentin covert situation has definitely pushed me to focus on my twitter more which I do enjoy it 'cause I made affiliate this year and I've been screaming for a while so it was good to like find a little focused in that and a lot of my friends started streaming now too. So it's pretty cool to see. Young Yeah and even you could of combine the two in for my of players they can. Use. The twitter channel to do costs, play workshops are. But what do you do with your twitch? Not Marva Gamer I'm really into like a playstation two game..

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Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

06:00 min | 2 months ago

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Hi I'm Nora mcnerney and this is terrible. Thanks for asking. In Our last episode we met Brit, and if you have not listened to that episode, you are not allowed to listen to this episode of not letting you. I will pause it with my own fingers reach through your phone. You're listening device I will hit pause you can't listen to this. There's not a lot of rules at this podcast and mostly nothing is in chronological order go nuts skip around. But in this case, you will want to listen to the previous episode which is called untying knots so don't listen to this one if you haven't listened to that one, but if you did listen to that episode welcome back. When we left off, it was twenty sixteen and Brit and her husband Sonny have just had one of those fights adum fight where looking back you can't really remember even what it was about just that you were mad and you're probably right. And in that moment, Brit calls of all people that she can ask for relationship. Advice. Harry. She calls hairy. The Guy who was married when he got Brits mom pregnant the guy who told Brit that he would never claim her as a child. She calls that guy. Who isn't that guy anymore because? He's dead now. So she calls her Dad and he tells her look nobody's. Sunny is not perfect. You have to talk to him you need to work it out. With his was his advice. Good. Did. It work it. Did and and even if it didn't, it's just by he gave some you know what I mean. It's something I felt like I was waiting for my whole life and finally something that he was able to give but it was just so interesting to me that that was the first person that I reached out to. It's not just the advice that matters. It's the fact that she thought to call her dad at all. It's the fact that he answered the fact that he listened. It's the fact that it's just Britain and her mom against the world she has her husband Sunny and she has a dad she has a sister and she has her dad's family this whole network of people that she didn't have before. How had your growing a relationship with your dad? What did your mother think that I think she was actually happy about that part of me thinks that she's just like well, this guy has nothing on me because he really wasn't around. So this is cute what they got going on, but it doesn't compare to the relationship that you know me and my daughter have 'cause I raised her but I think she was very supportive of it and she was very happy that you know we were talking and she would even say or ask me like, Hey, like did you talk to Harry and so yeah, I, I think she was very supportive of that relationship. Sweet. Yeah like she got what she. Wanted from like walking into that diner right? You know like exactly. So it's like mission accomplished. So many missions have been accomplished in Brits Life so far her mother Marva has recovered from breast, cancer. Brit, has finished her masters in mental health counseling and she started a private counseling practice. She and her husband Sonny or married, and they're ready for kids. After childhood of stress and anxiety and anger over her biological father abandoning her things for Brit were not terrible at all. Brit had spent her teen years resenting and sometimes raging at her dad. But now she gets to spend time getting to know him, which is also a way of getting to know herself. was able to learn a lot of I am as a person that came from him like he's a very chill laid back person and. I feel the same about myself. You know it's it's cool to kind of be able to say like I'm just like my dad because I've I've never been able to say that prior to that conversation. So we were really able to get to know each other he was very excited about. Me Getting married he was very excited about the prospect of him being a grandfather to potentially a grandson because he already has a granddaughter my niece. Sunny and Brit are not pregnant yet but you know dad's excited and he's ready to order grandson. Dad has also well, he's not retired, but he's supposed to be retired because he's old enough and everyone is telling him to just. Stay home. Do a crossword. But he's still working and one day in June. He has a fall on the job and he's taken to the hospital. Brit, sister calls to let Britain know and it's not a huge deal she says, and so they were like running tests finding out what was going on. So I was talking with my back and forth with my sister back and forth with you know a few cousins on that side of the family and just kinda getting updates and information in a I. Think I felt like, do I need to come in? So my sister's like I don't think you need to come you know everything is pre. Okay. He's just kind of banged up from the fall. So I think as time. Sorry to go by they started to kind of find things they found like a blood clot I. believe. I'm not sure where exactly it was in after finding the blood clot things just kinda rapidly started happening. Brit gets developments from her sister and from her cousins and they assure her that she doesn't need to fly out dad will be fine and then a few days later, the phone rings again, and it's not fine. Brits Dad is dead.

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"marva" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"marva" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"A missed opportunity to start having these conversations. I don't have anything go MOJO. We really appreciate your joining us today. And and you know I mean I mean if there's other things we wanNA talk to you or anything about or long winded. I'm happy I found it. I found it riveting and do so I mean and one of the things I think it's it's interest in tune. I think this is Marva. An ethics issue nationally is that we are closing resources within communities because we want to maintain the public's health so we think about a correctional re entry programs now that we've had individuals that are being released our commute sentences commuted in the like Right the governor. Somebody's reentry services are closed if we think about harm reduction services within the state for people that are substance using or engage in high risk behaviors. Some of those programs have been either extremely whittled. Back are not open at the moment. So do how much are we vowing the public's health without without addressing the needs of everyday Oklahomans that need access harm reduction community reentry in behavioral substitute services. That might not be there when I feel like another side of that. Too is the workers that feel compelled. Go back you know.

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"marva" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"marva" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"That's really relevant to bring up so you wanna be able to make that connection. Also also you need to know about the company. So what are the recent press releases like what kind of stuff or they'd be on with just as an organization that would be interesting to to to mention or just to factor into how you talk about something and then the industry so are there changes in the industry there things happening in the industry that that are relevant to this conversation. Is there some compliance issue coming up or some regulatory compliance that they have a deadline around that you could aggressor whatever that might be. I'll give me an interesting parallel. You obviously produce a podcast here. Now and many others do the process of purposing podcast. Is you gotta do some background and some preparation. You gotta have some questions in mind you know who you're talking to and find in doubt what they want to talk about and find out what you wanna talk about but so many sales reps who are in effect going to go in and interview somebody and see if there's an opportunity have no clue who they're talking to their just shooting from the hip and trying to start a conversation. Hey how you doing what's going on. Hey guys just wanted to follow up the famous. I'm just following up. Yeah and it's not like there's some reps that are awesome. I mean i've i've certainly had experiences working certain people in organizations it's break but i also get a tremendous amount of that outreach and it isn't getting any better and people complain complain about it like oh all the all the spam that happens on linked in now and all the things that were going on that don't work that seem to be increasing <hes> how how do you stand out from that and you really do that from having a really quality the interaction with your prospect so i mentioned hiring on one of the things that i know a lot of companies are doing now is kind of marva marva a real world test of giving them an assignment and give them something give them a task and see how they complete. It see see how they problem saw. <hes> you know that gives you an idea. I know that there's <hes> an assessment that i often do before talking with people all where we take them through a series of questions and just kind of your what what is an accomplishment there really crowded and you can get an idea of how people thank and how they problem solve. What's what is the problem that you solved for a client before you know that gives you an idea of first off what they think of and and then how they solved it and so that gives you an idea so i think it's coming from a from a hiring standpoint. You can start started off right by making sure that you have somebody with the right mindset of going in want to help your client want to be able to problem solve want them to learn as as they go and develop their skills they go and you've got to find the person now already naturally does that versus you know i. I need a job right. I'm eager. I'll do anything well. I wanna take a moment. Let everybody digest that. Let that sink in and and then we'll do a commercial and come back a couple other questions. About when do we start this. And how do we start this because i think leadership is just with that kind of churn and burn. I think they're just just hiring a lot of people in thrown them out and hoping some of them succeed. I don't think they give them a lot of product knowledge. They give them a lot of sales basic training but i don't think they i teach them how to get in the door and engage with people as you say. I just don't see it. Maybe it's changed. Maybe i'm missing it but based on my interaction. The other end people salespeople approaching me. I don't see a lot of good outreach so let's take a break and we'll come back and see if you can give us some tips about when this should start and how it should start right after this <music>.

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What Are Honey Badgers Really Like?

BrainStuff

06:39 min | 1 year ago

What Are Honey Badgers Really Like?

"Pillow friends. This is Ron burgundy the entire first season of the Ron burgundy podcast is available now to stream or download and what a season it was Peter ding glitch. Mr. Deepak Chopra, the San Diego chicken, Mr. rupaul. We should get out of this elevator. Find the Ron burgundy podcast on the free iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. The Ron burgundy podcast another reason why I heart radio is number one for podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here. Unless he we're living under the sort of rock that does not get WI fi in twenty eleven you've probably heard of the Honey, badger, biological classification. Mela Vara Pence's that year a YouTube video went viral featuring a collage of National Geographic footage, showing Honey badgers eating snakes running backwards and chasing, jackals with expletive ridden, aeration, featuring the refrain. Honey, badger don't care. It's now been viewed over ninety one million times and Taylor swift has admitted to being able to recite the entire video by heart and although the Honey badger has established a lasting place in internet culture because of this three minute comedy bit. It's celebrity make us think we know more about this strange solitary animal than we actually do the truth is on Abacha's aren't well understood because they're extremely difficult to study. We spoke with Derek vendor. Meta with the endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa. He said, how Honey badgers became famous in America is incredible. We get so many calls for America. Wanting to come film them because of the famous YouTube clip. They don't realize how difficult it is to film, Honey badger, because they're very intelligent, a lot of them forage at night, and they have extremely big home ranges. Some of them up to five hundred square kilometers that's three hundred ten square miles. Honey, badgers are more closely related to a weasel than a European badger, and they don't actually eat Honey, though. Their weakness for beehives and the tasty be larva within often gets them in trouble with humans, they live in a wide range of habitats from forests to deserts, but mostly hang out in dry areas in Africa, southeast Asia, and India, Honey, badgers have become synonymous with aggression, and ferocity Guinness world records has named them the world's most fearless creature to the point the particularly nations, professional athletes, sometimes earn Honey, badger, as nickname, they the Honey badger animal, not the athletes have a reputation for being nearly indestructible. But the truth is, they're short, just about eleven inches at shoulder height, which is about twenty eight centimeters and not very fast. So there's sometimes attacked and killed by bigger predators. But for Honey badger, the best form of defence is attack. Vulnera- said they're thick skin is loose so loose. In fact, that they can almost turn around completely within it. If an animal bites the Honey badger on the back, it can turn around and bite the animal right back. They have long claws on their front feet that they use for digging, but which they use for fighting as well. Inexperienced predators a young leopard, lion hyena, for instance might try to attack a Honey badger once, but they'll never try it again after the first time Honey badgers off, untangle of venomous snakes. But one misconception is that they're naturally immune to venom while it's true? They eat a lot of items animals their immunity needs to be developed over time how Honey badgers acquire? This immunity is not well studied or understood, but mother Honey badgers spend a long time raisin each pup fourteen to eighteen months and as the baby grows it seems, it's mom slowly. Introduces it to venomous animals starting with the mildest scorpion and moving up the venom ladder, until the youngsters eating cobras and puff Hatters. Another thing we get wrong about Honey badgers is that we think they're like, skunks, because they bear a physical resemblance in there for pattern skunk, spray. A strong unpleasant smelling liquid at their attackers to gross them out and get them away. And while it's true that Honey badgers. Do store revolting smelling substance in their anal pouch and they occasionally release it when they're in a life threatening situation. They don't weaponize it the way skunks do. It's more a panic button than a threat of though. It's still something, you don't want to get on you because that stench lingers. When Honey badgers were first described in South Africa. They're often found in B's nests apparently feeding on Honey. Hence the common name. But it turns out that they were really interested in the be brewed through nutritious larva found in the honeycomb Monday nervous said in South Africa, the Honey badger was listed as near threatened in the early two thousands beekeepers were killing them, because they were causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage to the beekeeping industry, breaking into hives not only. Do they destroy the hive itself, the beekeeper loses Honey and the swarm of bees? It's actually quite a lot of money, some badgers, just learned to live off sacking beehives, and they were being persecuted for it, but over the past two decades, the relationship between badger and human has gotten better London marva explained what we did in South Africa is start raising the hives off the ground by one point one meters, or three point six feet or strapping them together, or two tires on the ground. This prevents the Honey badgers rolling the hives, which is how they access them in early two thousands half the beekeepers we surveyed admitted to deliberately killing Honey badgers because they were costing them so much money since we've come up with these methods for preventing the badgers accessing the hives beekeepers are no longer killing them. And we've noticed an increase in numbers and in range in some areas, they've since been downgraded to a species of least concern, which is great news. Because even though they've got terrible personalities Honey badgers are good for ecosystems they live in, because they're not as fast as other predators. They'll dig rodents out of boroughs, but miss catching them thus providing food for birds of prey and jackals, which often follow a Honey badger. Around waiting to catch the Honey badgers intended prey, it's okay though, the Honey, badger don't care. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's has to works for more on this, and lots of other pugnacious topics. Visit our home planet house, two forks dot com and from our pod has for my heart radio is iheartradio app. Apple podcasts are ever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology for great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"marva" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"marva" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This is Schick when I was playing ball our team doctors helped me over campaign with some tens therapy. I see how smart relievers that same therapy. Just push a button and smart releases waves of relaxing pulses that immediately star block complain bet Neagle show even works for hours to turn the smarter Lucile smallish coach shirk relief them. The down turn on smart relief, internal lawyer on the phone. Need to use only as directed. Pharisaical comedy shorts. It hit him in the skates. Moving onto the part that sorts now the terrorists Saco fans on at Perico bombs it on and crop. Leo. Make the save. Yeah. The blues coming out with pressure early in the second period. You heard me mentioned Joey vitality that he said if the blues kept that up than compli would have steel gamma the blues would win the game. And then how about the floodgates opening? It clear it out marva shed sends it in Nolan the end of the corner off of it. Play. Before Jack Benny tuck sit in is he drives the net WSB tied game sixteen forty to go second period. One to one the score lose get it out the terrorists. Go skating it in he drops it back the done. He shoots. I get hit a capitals defenseman in front of the net. And if it is it's a big goal for bids done fourteen forty nine to go in the second period. And the blues have taken a two.

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"marva" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"That's just call it that you're you're artistically creative. Yes. Yes. All right. What what would you say? The big talent is with TV production. I think it's married with project management. I think that's what a TV producer is. So you're really good at managing details getting things organized and executing aid. Is e right. Yes. In especially for those other. So now, you're you should be extremely clear about what you do best because we just said it. And you said, Amen, right? Yes. All right now. Photography visuals visual, artists fashion. Whatever I just don't want you to think anymore the rest of this conversation. I want you to feel knowing you do best. So don't even worry about what it looks like what the job role is. Okay. I want you to just tell me if I could snap my fingers today. Daryl and give you a job doing this. You would go all my gosh. Can that would be nuts? If I just did that all day long every day. What is it? Just feel it because I think, you know, just say it stopped thinking about how you get there. Just say what do you wanna do? I really don't know. I feel like what I guess a dream job for me would be like running and like a I be involved somehow in the core of a vogue magazine or editorial company or k boom, you just said it. So you walked up on me and then managed to say it. Darrelle. Here's what's happening here. You're you're you're so focused on how you get there that you're having a hard time identifying the what or the where. And I think you're you would love to be you just said it in the core of vogue magazine. Now, you'd think that Phil silly to say, don't you? Yeah. Okay. Stop feeling silly Daryl because what you've just done is describe your dream role. It doesn't have to be at vogue magazine. But what you just did was loud, your soul and heart to speak. And so you're good at project. Managing your good at production making things happening. You said I want to be in the core. What you said was I want to be in the operations. I wanna be a part of the machine of a magazine like vogue that is putting out content that I personally connect with which is fashion all that other stuff. That's what you wanna do. So you got to figure that out. How do I do that locally? And then how can I do that? Maybe. Somewhere else? You know, exactly what you wanna do. Today's quote comes from marva Collins, how appropriate she said. Success doesn't come to. You you go to it Darryl is gonna come to you here going to have to go after it. So today's question are you moving forward towards success? Our time is almost up. But before I let you go you matter, and you do have what it takes. Thanks for joining the conversation until next time. This is the Ken Coleman.

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"marva" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Motivation Are we talking Phil or are? They actually Phillies The movie I don't know what is the shadow side note the actual character on groundhog day is name By the way Phil will also be in the nine? Eleven one is that if marva stretch sure. Sure is it more or less of a strike With with, the. Groundhog is doing the same thing every day The movie not too shy of seeing you try to go without Definition of the groundhog as if that movie had never been made for that to. My mind is I see your because big Hollywood gut, to you I think you're failing. To reference the textual You know so stupid that they can only understand things through movies I. Know not everybody went to college that's fine So you know that's that's unfortunate. For them Hollywood John Landis Hollywood? Where's the house? Which going on can you, update us I? Call it best blueberry Thank you Ever. Gonna get Thank you Martin. After this That's why You'll be reading that can actually. Have blueberry I. Mean.

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"marva" Discussed on The College Draft With Ross Tucker

The College Draft With Ross Tucker

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on The College Draft With Ross Tucker

"Namely drew Lewis the senior, and then underclassmen Troy die. From Oregon as well. What about in the secondary? Obviously, it seems like there's a couple of names that I think both of them might have also played in the US army bowl that I remember from a few years ago. Yeah, biggie Marshall was a was a big name. I remember coming out of high school and he started, I think, right away from day one for USC a corner. He's six one. He's two hundred two pounds. He's a big kid and he will come down and he will lay lick ball carriers. Yeah, I really like his abilities in the run game, honestly, watching him if he were coming out in like two thousand one, he would have been a shoo-in for a Tampa to scheme like he would have been perfect for what Tony Dungy wanted to do in Tampa. Then later in Indianapolis, like he he's tailor made for that. But now in these days, I don't know that there are a lot of teams are looking for a skill set. The big question is going to be his recovery speed, and then also the twitch. Is he quick enough in and out of cuts? Does he have the ability to shadow receivers, staying the hip pocket, but opponent. Of an opponent. I don't know that he's got that ability. So there might be some talk within that he may move to safety, and that will be interesting for Amman Marshall. So he's the guy that I've studied so far corner. Now, there are few other names though at corner Elisa holder from Stanford Jordan Miller from Washington, jas, Whitaker from Arizona and underclass wise j Irvine's from Oregon state is on my watch list as chase Lucas from Arizona state. What about at the safety position? Yeah, one name that I hadn't studied yet, but I'd heard a lot of good things about, and I was excited to really kinda dig into his tape because you see the flash plays. You know, he's big. He's kind of high cut. He's tall, he's six one, six, two. He's just under two hundred pounds. This is marva. Tell the third from USC and I'm gonna be on. The the role that I feel like fits best for him is in the post. I feel like you put him in single high, let him be an athlete. I think that's really where he's, that's. That's where he's going to get his bread and butter, but really in terms of his to play over the slot. I didn't think he had great instincts in man coverage. I didn't think he was the best run defender that I've watched the safety class. I didn't think he was thumper that searching for contact in the box. He can get moved around by receivers in the run game. I need to see a little bit more from him before I say, yeah, this kid's a first or second round pick, but the upside is there. I do see that. You know, look, he's got some range. I wouldn't say he's a diner. He's not, you know, and this is we're talking about elite level. We're not saying that he's me cooker, but I think that he's got the ability to be that kind of post player with a big year. This year is going to be a senior season. He's going into his third years started for the same defensive scheme for Clancy Pendergrast. If he comes comes out and has a big year, I think we could be talking about. Top fifty. But right now I don't. I don't see that guy. So I was a little underwhelmed when I turned him on, but Margo tells really the big name. And then after that a few guys, I haven't watched yet. Evan Worthington from Colorado, Colorado. They're returning some guys. They didn't have a great year defensively last year in terms of numbers, but they do have some prospects coming back marquees Blair from Utah. Then Joe, Joe McIntosh, who I remember talking to Kevin king at the combine a couple years ago, and he kind of ticked me off to this kid and now he's starting to get some buzz. He's rising into senior year and then underclassmen Brendan school or from Oregon Taylor rap from Washington who actually Kevin king and Sidney Jones. Both really kind of highlighted that kid for me a couple years ago. He was his true freshman season and said, rap was going to be a prospect to watch and then Jalen Thompson from Washington state as well friend, that was awesome. We are rolling through these power five conferences at this point, and I'm feeling more and more.

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"marva" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"Namely drew Lewis the senior, and then underclassmen Troy die. From Oregon as well. What about in the secondary? Obviously, it seems like there's a couple of names that I think both of them might have also played in the US army bowl that I remember from a few years ago. Yeah, biggie Marshall was a was a big name. I remember coming out of high school and he started, I think, right away from day one for USC a corner. He's six one. He's two hundred two pounds. He's a big kid and he will come down and he will lay lick ball carriers. Yeah, I really like his abilities in the run game, honestly, watching him if he were coming out in like two thousand one, he would have been a shoo-in for a Tampa to scheme like he would have been perfect for what Tony Dungy wanted to do in Tampa. Then later in Indianapolis, like he he's tailor made for that. But now in these days, I don't know that there are a lot of teams are looking for a skill set. The big question is going to be his recovery speed, and then also the twitch. Is he quick enough in and out of cuts? Does he have the ability to shadow receivers, staying the hip pocket, but opponent. Of an opponent. I don't know that he's got that ability. So there might be some talk within that he may move to safety, and that will be interesting for Amman Marshall. So he's the guy that I've studied so far corner. Now, there are few other names though at corner Elisa holder from Stanford Jordan Miller from Washington, jas, Whitaker from Arizona and underclass wise j Irvine's from Oregon state is on my watch list as chase Lucas from Arizona state. What about at the safety position? Yeah, one name that I hadn't studied yet, but I'd heard a lot of good things about, and I was excited to really kinda dig into his tape because you see the flash plays. You know, he's big. He's kind of high cut. He's tall, he's six one, six, two. He's just under two hundred pounds. This is marva. Tell the third from USC and I'm gonna be on. The the role that I feel like fits best for him is in the post. I feel like you put him in single high, let him be an athlete. I think that's really where he's, that's. That's where he's going to get his bread and butter, but really in terms of his to play over the slot. I didn't think he had great instincts in man coverage. I didn't think he was the best run defender that I've watched the safety class. I didn't think he was thumper that searching for contact in the box. He can get moved around by receivers in the run game. I need to see a little bit more from him before I say, yeah, this kid's a first or second round pick, but the upside is there. I do see that. You know, look, he's got some range. I wouldn't say he's a diner. He's not, you know, and this is we're talking about elite level. We're not saying that he's me cooker, but I think that he's got the ability to be that kind of post player with a big year. This year is going to be a senior season. He's going into his third years started for the same defensive scheme for Clancy Pendergrast. If he comes comes out and has a big year, I think we could be talking about. Top fifty. But right now I don't. I don't see that guy. So I was a little underwhelmed when I turned him on, but Margo tells really the big name. And then after that a few guys, I haven't watched yet. Evan Worthington from Colorado, Colorado. They're returning some guys. They didn't have a great year defensively last year in terms of numbers, but they do have some prospects coming back marquees Blair from Utah. Then Joe, Joe McIntosh, who I remember talking to Kevin king at the combine a couple years ago, and he kind of ticked me off to this kid and now he's starting to get some buzz. He's rising into senior year and then underclassmen Brendan school or from Oregon Taylor rap from Washington who actually Kevin king and Sidney Jones. Both really kind of highlighted that kid for me a couple years ago. He was his true freshman season and said, rap was going to be a prospect to watch and then Jalen Thompson from Washington state as well friend, that was awesome. We are rolling through these power five conferences at this point, and I'm feeling more and more.

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"marva" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Around. The country that believe in this nutrition and lifestyle based care prevention the same way that we do than I do here on the show and we can get. You to these people and they'll, take great care of you in so if you're looking for that we've. Got. A great team in place that we're. Building every single day? Marva, your next with me on the show how can, I help yes I'm a type two diabetic and I'm on metformin but? I would like to know what do you think about chromium Hitler Nate as a I think? It's, great first of all I want to start by, saying you're not marva the type two diabetic you're dealing with diabetes but? You're not diabetic Yes so don't say I'm a diabetic unless you, wanna be one forever No I don't I'm good Oh and my so you're. Seventy. Five. Years young point seven okay so you're seventy five years young and you're, dealing with? A. Health, challenge call. Diabetes okay Is that? Right Now let's. Start over now what? Is your question I seventy five years yeah my name. Is marva and I Feeling with diabetes Crowding? Cremate, four diabetes. Yeah chromium great chrome has got a lot of. Research on it alpha lipoic acid has a. Lot of research Vana'diel sulfate has a. Lot of research the supplements are great But they're they're. Supplements you know so they're they're in addition to, what you're already doing as far as. Your diet and that sort of thing so talk to me, about what. You eat? Breakfast, lunch and. Dinner that's going to help me more than I. Mean the metformin we can deal with that. Talk to me about what you're eating. On a regular basis Every just about every morning I have oatmeal with cinnamon And some fruit Water Protein so there's no protein and, breakfast there is no protein in that they won Protein I Usually I I. Have Broccoli cauliflower. And and. A salad that's good what are you doing in? Between breakfast and lunch so do? You, do any. Snacking no I'm not we need to start snack. In, a, little bit I don't. Have anything in house to snack with I'm trying I've lost the about. Fifty two pound in the past year and had this great. Congratulations Barbara here and I am trying to keep. It all Okay Not that, well I walk a little, bit but I'm not that. Active so I tried not attracted to eat way I'm supposed. To One seventy seven The. Proteins really important so for blood sugar and getting, it to stabilize here's a couple of tricks of the trade one is to make sure you eat plenty of protein. It every meal so breakfast would probably need to. Be more protein I throw out the the oatmeal and go with more southern like a bowl of fresh berries because you're not gonna have such a strong response. Of blood sugar and if you go with like three eggs, or to exit instead of just one every now and then you're going to get a better response as far as controlling blood sugar and then doing a little snack in between like maybe half an apple and a handful of almonds would be good around ten AM, and then lunch your your salad vegetables in, piece of fish, the great idea and just make sure you get some fats in there somewhere like some more nuts or half an, avocado or something and then do another little snack. In the afternoon the meal replacement shake, of some kind or if you want to do some more, nuts. And fruit whatever that's great. And then dinner you wanna go, with the, more you know, good protein source Whatever you're choosing and it's, more vegetables I mean if you eat like, that and and, a good healthy fat if you like that you're gonna do wonders in you're not going to gain weight you probably, will lose a little bit of weight if you. Think you're adding those extra calories in, I wouldn't worry too much about that because when you're dealing, nutrition. And your deal with the. Metabolism of the body you want, to be, very careful with Not your avoiding food because you can actually slow your metabolism down and put it into. Starvation mode in actually hold onto weight rather than getting rid of it so that's important too for really watching your, blood sugar levels so chrome is fine I think that it's a good a good thought, but you know you're a one c is, five point seven so you're, under the six point..

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"marva" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Lowest enjoyments can leave us dangling about something could be like tuba continued in action one thousand one superman one i can't believe that the number for him nothing that's gonna be weird superman started number one again nothing pc's getting restarted like like that man slow going to keep going past fifty what a got some good using by our i don't i don't see any more i don't see any more ads lately about oh checkout barn michael this is historic on superman so it's been it's been quiet on that front lately all the money down you live didn't you say that supposedly like it's not doing the numbers they they wanted it to do issues definitely not the numbers they want so i'm very curious to see how long you save you might sound action but i know that the reason hal wanting to read number superbeets this because they had to out adventures of superman because it's very humble looted and if a clean title action promises proudly you know tective shoot it's like you don't agree shouldn't renumber dejected and it would seem where did it seem really cheap though after having one issue one thousand of renumbered back to number one again that that's a selling point for dc the our you know yeah that oh yes especially when the tective hits one thousand two hundred would be like where you have the connex passed last two thousand issues spiderman that are gone well go out about the two hundred more to go to hit hello marva can can hold off on redone for fantastic four might have made it but then they cancelled in it's coming back but it's coming back with number one so spiderman for marvel the daily book for for a while they were doing through while they were doing three a month so all right plug are art everyone send us your thoughts because one more week of ben this and then we get the review anything else keeps lunatics g mill dot com.

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"marva" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Like please stay there yeah this is because i didn't i didn't want marva bag on grizzlies i'll just don't think he fits jaren jackson do capability of stretching the floor being shoot that three anyway have have the the financial financial thanks reading grinds and then and then yet i'm picking up the set around with another like that will just something that just is just it's too good to be true you know what i mean like he literally lives that gritting ground like like like mentality so that was thing they got two pieces that fit their culture and and it's going to help playoff push next year i don't i think those are two guys that you can put in right away like drama gonna start right away out probably got my collie of janet jackson y'all jams over michael green probably john jackson they were they were trying to transition off that zach randolph stage into china look for the michael was nice here even better off the bench so i think what i should be saying is that you got two guys who you can put your rotation to give back to play off land hopefully they get tired yeah they can production can stay the same with mike conley being healthy but yeah what what we look like mike conley tyree gavin's dillon brooks song dylan bruce hopefully china parsons is healthy right tribute for their money he he he played he played very good this year in the games in the time that he did play he just can play back to bags he was very limited but he played very good and it's is he did play dillon brooks guessing good experience last year dropped thirty eight or booze jaren jackson marcus all andrew harrison i think there is kind of lacking but just free agency you never know they could make him bring some guys somebody i don't think we are because you think about that team last year that they put on core was absolutely terrible yes absolutely terrible koby salmon's yeah because the wrong number two and two.

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"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

"We give it to you go so you kinda ripped out you know but it's not that hard the first one is broke so much ground that it's really hard to top that and one of the things that this that it can't top itself on is first of all the one the most important things was superhero moving marva got a superhero problem the screen slavers in this he ain't shit yeah this this this is this is almost a non character in this moving whatever his story arc is it's highly predictable it's just really hard to also go in i mean i can understand i could've done that villain a lot better but it's hard to top syndrome was was by jason lynn of in the first movie in the side kick who becomes a villain and then even try to keep that secret it'd happened like in the middle of the movie sure sure but outside of him being a great villain he was also a statement i mean it was there was so much not even satirical just just making a statement about fans in general that whole movie had so much that moving into it over and over and this doesn't quite do that no and you know something i even thinking back to this i think it's safe to say that they talk about tastic fandom right now the incredible said we tried to tell you asshole fourteen yeah man this is when it was it was cool to be a fan boy not a fan girl because even with sexist back then they were like no man and the in credible tried to say this guy's an asshole and the rest of the coming and it's not even a veiled.

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"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You know you know for years we've been saying man with a black heroes at here's a media man black man and now they just dumping mona straight here because i looked at this and i said do you remember what people's used to say it's like man who really love to see where we don't give them miles morales and people would say you know what it'll come it's just going to be a few years yeah you might not live to see it but it'll happen and sewn is their bullshit you bet a little spider negro that's right it's sony so sony they might actually get a spite of property right yes sony man what this is this is one time i think this is working out for sony might not tell you some we all know this sony one thing about sony sony don't wait so don't wait shit sony especially when it comes to spider man they say we do not wait for that that little spider bitch makes too much money and that's what we're all about we about money they don't care about the fans they want that money in and the thing about this is that when they smell money it's on people at they're talking about you came make then move without spider man the fuck we came that we just did talking to fans right there what do you think now it's like i'm sorry you shouldn't make if marva got a problem with it they know what a find this while you know this opens an avenue for them because now that marvel's done so much with the peter parker and i mean even though they don't own it the kind of own it yeah.

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"marva" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"He was he was a great man so those operations that was that the primary type of operation that you'd be doing is going into areas and basically disrupting what the enemy was up to basically we the mission was searching destroy and what we did was go find try to find the enemy and then destroy them so in that in the michelin plantation we thought the enemy was not there but we spent there's something co the iron triangle north of saigon about thirty miles north of saigon which are are perations area and it was traditionally a haven for the north yeah and are the whoever anyway the guys ever shooting at us and you never know whether their north vietnamese are there are good stripped south vietnamese but they they all look the same to me and ray still do i i've never incri i couldn't tell the difference between north korean and south korean i still could never tell the difference between a south vietnamese the north vietnamese maybe there's a way but i never figured it out and so we just went in and constantly were searching in destroy and if we if we find the enemy and strength are jobless to hold them there until generally view and could get his infantry into helicopters and bring them in really defeat the enemy on occasion we got in marva firefight of expected to be but we we generally pretty good at finding them and the tanks would roll right through this force and not the trees right down with no problem at all and and i was in my helicopter directing and you you could see and you tell the tanks where to go in the tanks ak s.

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"marva" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on AM Joy

"Is up to companies to protect their customers when lawmakers aren't protecting their constituents and they play a very important role in helping us to make the nra leaders agenda toxic and it should be every lawmaker every business should be afraid to work with the nra on anything and that's the goal going into the midterms to make sure that an a rating from the nra is no longer a badge of honor but scarlet letter yeah and speaking of companies and their connection to the nra and how they deal with them the nra tweeted out a receipt from a company called ellen's restaurant in dallas telling people to avoid ellen's because the restaurant put a message on the receipt saying this week's proceeds from the restaurant will be donated to organizations dedicated to implementing reasonable and effective gun regulations so the nra's like a boycott ellen so it is interesting i wanna play for laya marva stoneman douglas students released a music video of the song shine which was written by two students from your school in response to the shooting and the proceeds go to the nonprofit shine ms d so that provides healing through the arts to support program so let's play a little bit of that not gonna knock down get back up again strong pudding up camera on the numb but together we will shine we will be something special she's got a great voice a layup you guys have been so creative in the ways in the different ways that you guys have responded to this crisis give us a little tip on where does that we're ideas come from are you guys meeting in small groups is there one sort of main group in different branches how are you coming up with all this stuff.

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this week in marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:18 min | 2 years ago

this week in marvel

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"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Oh yeah exactly one three words and this kind of sprinkle on there some people are they have hope that that in association with that gives people hope that marvel is approving scripts that gives people hope that maybe spider man we'll make an appearance of somehow since marva proven the script that they'll be able to work it out where spider man can actually come in and make an appearance and who knows maybe venom come to the day marvel's best marbles doing is dancing around sony marvel's juggling sony's juggling plates underneath and trying to catch them before they hit the flow a crash you know they are trying to what they're trying to do is they just they don't know what they're doing sony and marvel's just hoping that at some point they can read con there's an article out there saying this right here from screen rant marvelous saying right now they're saying bitch you one day but right now we have to do whatever we can to try to fix everything that you have fucked up venom you know be funny because martin was talking about how sony was trying to up the price on their on their game with venom funny like marvel descriptors like man this shit yeah that's what they want to do they're trying to trying to see they have two different two different stories going on some people are saying oh yeah you know we're trying to actually make this part of the marvel cinematic universe and in another day like yeah this is separate thing which creating our own universe some other days are like well we're just trying to figure it all loud maybe one day knows it just means you don't know what you're doing and i can tell you right now that they've already missed this up because to this if you wanna go to if you wanna make a number six right here to let me let you know that they don't know what to do with this care how this is probably not going to be part of the marvel cinematic universe y'all y'all left about this other day they can't even say symbiotic right.

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"marva" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"marva" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight six six zero and we are more than willing to they have all types of antique tractors and if they are tractors that are well restored and show we can separate those from the crowd so that they're not tractors at are climbed on by our visitors and is i look at your press release it says kids can participate in hands on activities ride pedal tractors shell corn that one interests made the avak orange sheller we will have a hand corn sheller there so again a little bit of nostalgia little bit of an opportunity to see how things were done on farms generations ago we will also have our young farmers present at ffa an hour at touch attractor along with ffa chapters and young farmers will be telling our audience about farm safety and how visitors to firms can't avoid farm accidents because marva still are dangerous places and i also know you're asking people if they can to bring non perishable food items what do you look for their and where will the food go we basically look for shelf stable food items whether that is boxed or canned food items we will slicked a local food pantry receive all of the donations but that is part of a harvest for hunger relief effort that our organization has been involved with with the northern illinois food bank and twenty eight local food pantries for the past decade so it's a again an opportunity to to do some good in the community and i also know that one additional entry to the free pedal tractor drawing will be given to those who bring food items that that's correct we want to do everything we can to raise hunger awareness and to encourage hunger relief so we do give away free pedal tractor at the conclusion of touch a tractor kids eight and under can enter to win the pedal tractor and if mom and dad brings some extra food they'll.

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