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"matt yeah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The music video for the title track debuted on the voice and for the video John had fans submit video showing how they're staying connected and spreading love amid the pandemic hello yes so it's called bigger love so you can check that out you can check out the video maybe you make an appearance in it a few bigger love bigger love yes figure BigFix biggest love love because love Adele interacts husband they have a very cordial divorce it's very private but there are a couple things we know for certain they live across the street from each other they have it they have the luxury of doing that they have a seven year old son they just wanted to be easy and to an LA court approved Adele's request to keep their divorce private and out of the news so this is all the while I definitely do it everybody support should be provided yes yeah I mean come on yeah sometimes I don't care that's between them it's with the kid yeah yes specially with Matt Damon and his family they're staying locked down in Ireland he was already there filming a movie when the pandemic kids and instead of coming back to the U. S. they stay there he was interviewed by a radio station near Dublin because that's where he's staying right now and he says it feels like a fairy tale he also went on to say that they are very lucky they have their kids and they had planned on the missing school for about eight weeks so they have teachers with them all we have what else has which is a live human being teaching our kids so we feel guilty we've got this set up in this incredible place it's gorgeous and we are past a glass past check yes hash tag yeah yeah yeah but think about that if you're the kid if mom and dad are simply took us on vacation like to Disney world for two weeks and brought a teacher with all and so well I guess whenever schools over to the teachers just hang out are they playing out with Matt yeah yeah yeah.
When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far
"Going Vegan Veggie. You simply eating more veggies can all be healthy lifestyle choices but if doing so gives you. Zayed he about hanging out with friends makes you fear certain foods. It can actually be quite dangerous because yes being to healthy can actually be unhealthy for some restrictive. Eating is a short live stage that ricochets into a junk food rebellion for others. They find their way back to the middle of the road. But for some money the so called healthy way of eating can become a true obsession and at its most extreme. An eating disorder known as author. Xia this week's food for thought explores when healthy becomes unhealthy with Dr Nikki Stump Surgeon TV presenter and author of pretty unhealthy. Helen Nikki. Hi Thank you for having me. Really Nice debate here per exciting. I am beyond excited. I think since receiving your book getting to read it in being completely inspired and upset fully instagram Graham Wall. And just seeing what you've been getting up to you it's a pleasure to have you in the. Uk's at thank he owner thank you. I think we'll start with whether someone who's we'll go right him. Web someone's been diagnosed with an each use solder or slightly lesser degree. All serve preoccupation of being unhealthy. One is that unhealthy the occupation of being too healthy. Yeah I think that's a really good question because I think you've kind of alluded to it. Then you in in that question that use. You're walking a fine line. It's it's It's very easy to step from one thing to something that is is not so great for you. So you know. It's reasonable to be conscious and observant. About what you ate and making sure that you're exercising not smoking and drinking and all those kinds of things that's important but then when you get really caught up in it to a point where it is impacting your mental health. Your physical health. Your social well-being forget about that. A Lot. That's why. I think we start to get into territory where you are you looking at something. That's possibly not that good for you. You'll completely right the so many factors involved. I think for anyone to just identify acknowledging themselves. I'm not quite happy right. Now is quite a big step because often people in this country. We still have a thing as what at the moment weight is often seen as such a defining health. I don't know what your thoughts are. Matt Yeah I think white is is not going anywhere as as something that people Reach full particularly In an instant to to make a judgment about their own health or somebody else's health but it's really just not that simple econ deny that in some situations in some circumstances. Some people yes. Your weight is a factor in that can be at either end as well But I think that to look at someone and say Oh look at yourself and say I'm unhealthy because of I figure on the Sky Oh That's not rise. It doesn't really have have the support that we think it does. Yeah I think so. We use Via Mind it. It's so tricky because I got a lot of clients coming in clinic saying all the doctors told me. I'm just above the BMI. Actually have any health problems yeah so I mean BMI. I think is rightly criticised and analyze. And I think that if you're applying it to an individual it's a tool that has very little use if you're applying it to screen someone so looking for problem if you're applying it to perhaps population level or re as a research tool that has validity. But you know I think one of the things that people don't always understand about science and research and medicine and so on and so forth is that you know our tools always in perfect and one of the things that makes perfect is the way that we use them. So if we use be my willy nilly then yeah it's not. It wasn't designed for If we use it to look at an individual in front of us and decide if they're healthy that's wrong but if you're using it for the things that's been designed for it has some Information giving capability. And that's where we need to be using it I completely agree. It's just a wider understanding because things can be taken so literally all the time. Want to believe in one number having the solution or absolutely everything without simple you can be over way to be very fit. Yeah absolutely I you know. One of the things that is important in your health is not necessarily that defined. Yes Oh no I'm I'm above or below a number It's actually what you do and we know in particularly for women that no mash. They're they're they're white so their their body composition that if they live a healthy lifestyles in they take all the boxes for nutrition darn smart etcetera that they have a very significant health benefit. So I I'm I've really moved away from from that kind of thinking that you know. We have to get you to a low beam. I will take into account solely secretly with my patients. I'm very focused on what they're doing. Now I'm just trying to get them to to be. Active for example is is just one simple thing that's so refreshing into comfortable adult as well because this is something that unfortunately we see such a lot of this country because medics in this country. Don't get enough nutritional education. Yeah lifestyle education and to hear you say that is wonderful. Yeah even with that in mind. I'm just one piece of the puzzle. You know so if I identify that someone Is is needing some help. With what eat or exercise you reach for your for your experts. Now I'm sure like like the NHL. We're pretty eater stretched with results. So you know. It's not always easy to do that. And I. I think that doctors should be able to give out the basics just like You know my allied health colleagues give out the basics of what I do as well you know. We all work in this together by. I think it is time to to sort of change up our thinking and the way we give advice across the board. Yeah completely. I think is often a misconception. As well that it's all about overeating Ashley. You can be overweight and be quite malnourished as well. Connie that for me. I don't think people realize no and I think the way to to look at this is to Magin if you are overweight and you your diet consists less assay solely of takeout food so that that's all you rating by doing that by eating that very Calorie dense food You are unfortunately missing out on a lot of nutrients So for example you know are based on our. That's a word that is very loaded by mere medically speaking someone who paps has a extra white in the medical complications of it they can be still lacking in in Macronutrients. They can still be lacking micronutrients. you know so. It's not that straightforward to say to say that all that they're very well nourished nor that actually might not be exactly. You can be both ends of the spectrum I said and be completely malnourished. Do you see this getting worse and Western society off. I mean that's sort of what the data suggests you know so if you look at you know. Uk Australia us now. We're all fairly on power. We have pretty similar Spectrum of issues I think health issues and outside of the sphere of food and weight and so on and so forth with pretty similar and I. I do think that that it is the all of these things are increasing And then not just about US eating too much You know all of these choices that we might happen in a system. That is designed to make eight to macho exercise too little. I mean near tobacco. Advertising is literally designed to get. You know it's you know we're not we're not failing ourselves we are filed by system at lodge.
Coronavirus and Hollywood - TV production shut down, some movies shift to streaming
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter. I should say joining me from home. Our respective homes. We are not the same home I want to say first of all that our hearts go out to everyone in the entertainment industry is getting so badly hurt in everyone generally but you know this is the business and the Hollywood breakdown in Hollywood has been dramatically impacted by the ongoing crisis. But we are going to also talk about The state of this business because For everyone who is now at risk and not working. The future of the business is of course of huge importance We have seen as you know Matt. Many many cancellations were talking Cannes Film Festival has finally succumbed that to the reality that they cannot hold the event. This year A lot of people are wondering what is going to become of the TV production season which is now on hold as a shutdown. I mean people can still meet and right. Virtually but production is a huge challenge. And then another question that will address as quickly as how why you aren't going to see big movies available for you on demand but I met one you One eight you sort of fill us in on the state of play with the TV business. Well it's interesting because the production of television is all shutdown so you're going to start to see delays in shows that were either not finished or were not even shot yet for instance. Fargo the new season Fargo was supposed to Premiere April. That has been moved to Some time indefinite down the line because they just didn't finish your two episodes left. There are sixty broadcast pilots that are were in various stages of production early stages of production. Mostly those of all been put on hold and the thinking is if this delay lasts until may maybe early June some of the broadcast pilots would be able to shoot and be green lit for series and get on in the fall but if we go any further than that thinking is that the fall season with all the sudden become the January season and there will be tons of repercussions for the television advertising industry from that Beyond that you know the one thing that is continuing as you mentioned is writing and a lot of these shows that had been green lit and have been given the go ahead for. Writers rooms are now meeting via zoom or other ways of getting together. So you're going to see a lot of scripts being stockpile just because people can write them but they just can't shoot them. Meanwhile from the consumer point of view you know the the networks are trying to make some adjustments to make things available that you know that any kind of create events so that people are watching something at the same time and have a sense of community. Hallmark is having a Christmas marathon That you know there are. Disney dropped frozen to more than a month earlier than planned on Disney. Plus as you know. Matt it is not so easy to a lot of people say why won't studios released new movies on and some of them are Sony and is doing it with bloodshot than the Vin Diesel. Movie which had a very abbreviated theatrical run and an universalist doing it with several movies including Emma and The invisible man and the hunt and most notably trolls but this is barely van dated it. It is not a solution that is a thing really for the movie business. As you know Matt Yeah I mean. This is a cost benefit analysis that each studio is doing now because the primary distribution method for these films movie theaters are now closed. So what do you do when the movie theaters are closed? We either find another solution to get it distributed right now or you wait and what we're seeing happening is that there is a class of film. Mid Budget lower budget that the studios are deciding to or some studios are deciding to put online make available for pay per view and digital download now and then there is a threshold over which the movies are simply being moved. And you're seeing this mostly with bigger budget movies like fast and furious nine and the minion sequel which was pushed from July into an indeterminate. Date so I think what we're GONNA see. More DELAYS AS THIS CRISIS GROWS. And then you're going to see lower budget films make it onto digital platforms and just to be clear. It's not at all certain that studios can recoup even their costs when they do this. This is a as one analyst. Put IT IT'S A. It's a sort of a policy of despair strategy of despair and and Desperation rather than a real strategy going forward however could reshape. How people consume entertainment when Finally subsides thank you
"matt yeah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hey Matt yeah I have a prediction okay no you know people are going to get tired of sitting around the house with not much to do and they're going to get tired of watching TV style I predict there's going to be an extremely high birthrate long about the end of the year I need you mark my words are nida thirteen years from now guess what we're going to see Anita all these teenagers teens sharks are in jeans that's you have your generation X. you got your baby boomers you're gonna have your quarantines I need to it was good in the unit thank you I needed that's why you have a dog should I just call me you made me laugh thank you so much these species right you know she's right there's either going to be there two things can come from this there could be like really high divorce rates or thirteen years from now quarantines I need to bring in the humor I love it Frank is joining us from New Jersey tonight hello Frank Hey Pat how you doing I'm good thank you hi this is Colin just to wish you guys well in that area I miss living in California I did back there from for seven years I live there in California Rocklin okay okay Hey did you just moved were you from New Jersey Frank and he's moved back or what's going on I was from New Jersey to work for a company that transferred me out there and I worked out there for seven years and then when Lester I moved to Florida I came back to Jersey because my wife was sick I'm sorry to hear that Sir yeah is she doing better now she's gone she she passed away a couple months ago sorry very sorry to hear that right so you so you been moving around your rent your initially from New Jersey you come out here for seven years you ended up liking California it sounds like an error and you listen to the show and now you're back in Jersey and you're still listening I still face you was it the one with ten fifty AM and Dontrelle Willis as Aaron sure so for the guy but I I don't remember that that well but I try to listen to that much as they can back here and on the east coast governors just try is trying to be like California of the west several is that right you guys are going through it too I know you are but yeah I listen I know because the fact you're you're moving around and everything the fact that you keep in touch with us Frank it means a lot to a candle myself and everyone here in the fact that two year back in Jersey you're still listening it means everything so and your proof that heck you can hear us on the I heart out so I'm not getting a lot of good real good thank you Hey well listen I I hope it does I hope that you will continue to listen back there again can continue to stay in touch with us Frank so I will I still listen to almost every night whenever I can that's wonderful thank you in a in again truly sorry for the loss of your wife Sir it will take you back and you take care of yourself and good good luck with the show thank you Frank I wanna hear from me again buddy and that's tough that's tough it's good that people check it back again I like that kindle I know that the governor I need to get into this stuff here he's running out of toilet paper he held a press conference today but we had we had one news conference where the the he was doing Facebook live was me this was doing Facebook live where many exhibits from that at one point and maybe I don't know maybe maybe I'm mistaken you for that clip you're kidding me the one that we want is the one put we can't find from both of these things both of these news conferences what did you say you said something like he gave major kudos to the president or bombs at what was it was something like that what was it yes he did a pre is the president you mean for a moment there you know some of the unexpected things that come out of a tough situation like we were like we're in right now in this like two or three times a week then I've heard a bit of praise going back and forth I mean this is a nonpartisan thing right this is a non partisan issue all of us being safe and maybe this is a hard lesson to learn is that you know heck you mean we all really have to pull together on all this stuff is due there's no doubt about that Sir anyhow yeah the governor did hold a news conference today I actually was a I guess was a Facebook live event that he was that he was doing the president was also once again doing his best to reassure everyone so he like I say he was talking to the public today to make major changes to reduce social interactions over the next two weeks yeah it's been amazing to see the way the countries come together his tremendous spirit yeah Dr Jake Deutsche is relied to call doctor Jake each had a warning for the patients that we see are been just mildly L. we haven't had to direct anybody to the hospital for a higher level of treatment everybody has been otherwise symptomatic reflect with looks like a blue or even just a mile coal and the tests are definitely showing that people are exposed that people are are turning out to be positive.
Coronavirus Is Here. Will Quarantines Help?
"The new corona virus is on the move from China to Europe here in Italy at this point the country has been divided into three different areas. There is the red zone the yellow zone and then the rest of Italy and the United States Washington state remains the center of attention as Karuna. Virus SPREADS QUICKLY RESEARCHERS. Say The virus may have been circulated in the area for weeks. Undetected and more cases are likely in New York. Experts warn the virus will spread their cases. Keep popping up and when they do. Some governments are responding with one of the most powerful tools they have quarantines doctor. He'd Padillia knows a thing or two about quarantine. You are a person not only under investigation for potentially developing a disease. But you are a person who's trustworthiness is. Now come into question you know. Will you follow the rules? And You keep them safe from you. She's an infectious disease. Specialist was quarantine twice after returning home from Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak there in two thousand fourteen sudden. Change that you see in people's faces it's like you are a human but all of a sudden you become a threat to them today in the show. We'll talk about what? Corentin actually gives why this virus is so good at reading it and what steps the United States might have to take to contain the novel Corona Virus. Dr Padillia is the medical director of Special Pathogens Unit at Boston University. And so she's been paying close attention to this latest outbreak of the novel. Corona virus and the efforts to stop it. I it's important to understand why this virus is hard to contain a lot of the symptoms. It causes are the same as what people experience when they get the cold or the flu on top of that. There's some evidence that people can transmit the virus before they have symptoms and perhaps even after they feel better and even if that doesn't happen often. It's still a problem when you're trying to track an outbreak. Because if you don't have symptoms you're not gonNA come to care and if not gonNA COME TO CARE. We won't know that you're sick and hence be able to do contact tracing which is basically looking for anybody else you may have been in contact with. We didn't really have a test for this virus until February and initially in the states. We were only testing people who had traveled to places with outbreaks or people who had been in contact with somebody who had the disease now. Public Health officials have expanded. Who can be tested? Which is why all these new cases are making the news. Yes I think that's playing a major role in the identification of some of the cases and I also think that's going to lead to new cases being diagnosed during this week in the United States though just to be clear Dr W. says that doesn't necessarily mean there's a big spike in the number of people who are sick. We're probably just identifying more people because we're testing more people. In when these cases appear local governments are taking action in King County Washington. The government is buying an entire motel to use for quarantines. But what is quarantine so quarantining Is the is the practice by which we separate those that we think may have had exposure to a disease of interest from the rest of the community and the reason to do that is because if they develop symptoms We want them to be separate at that point from other. So they don't transmit that disease to others. Gotcha Gotcha so individual quarantine obviously is a very different thing than mass quarantine which is trying to quarantine huge groups of people Tell me a little bit about that. There are temporizing measure rate. I mean if you have bleeding in your leg you can cut off your circulation to stop leading but that's just a temporizing measure Until you can figure out how to fix what's going on and it's the same thing with Corentin I think it works early on If you can sort of separate people in in a smaller outbreak becomes much more difficult as the outbreak of the epidemic becomes bigger. Because now you're talking about a bigger group of people. Can you talk to me about some of the costs of quarantine? Because you know. They're not all economic right. There are psychological and social tolls on a person were a community. Yeah I I'm glad you brought that up. But I mean I think even before I start with the sociological aspects in the psychological aspects. I mean let's just talk about the logistic aspects of it. The cost is a big thing because you now have a huge number of people. It's not just the direct cost of putting somebody in quarantine but you are taking them. If they are a working adult you are taking them out of the workforce. And if you do that for massive number of people you are basically halting entire economic sectors But then there is the logistics cost on the aspect of it. Which is if you quarantine people. There needs to be a plan to basically feed them. You know engineered to get medications that they need if they get sick. So there's that element and then then. There is the sociological and psychological aspects. In the stigma. 'cause what you're being told that you are potentially a threat to society and so there's the figuring out the logistics of how do you have you sort of survive you know within? Cro- close quarters alone for long periods of time and the second is the loneliness of it you know I remember for being. Thank you know I for both of my sense of quarantine. I was desperate for company NUMB. And so of course we recognize the importance of separating folks who may be at high risk of potentially developing disease. You know you have to take into account. What else is going on in their life. And what kind of support. They need psychological support that they need as they go through with it. What are some of the steps that we might see the? Us government take before or instead of quarantine so asides from having more information out there. I think some of the steps that you might see public health Officials do is cancelling delaying large events. Such as sports games or or concerts or conferences In areas where there is sustained number of cases The other steps that public health officials may take is is really encouraging if they have symptoms of their if they're worried about it to contact their healthcare providers or if they're in a state that has a dedicated hotline to really sort of go through whether or not they should come to care. Actually stay at home. You're healthy person has symptoms. I think the best strategies for you to stay at home until you get better rather than go to work or go to the hospital so I've also heard people talking about school closings which I think could be really tough especially on parents who may be can't take time off to stay home with their kids right. Yeah I think that for every step that we take the public health realm There's going to be consideration of how we can. We are going to mitigate the impact of those steps on people and that's what helps us ensure that there is adherence to recommendations right. An so school closings are are an excellent example. Because you're not only asking that student to stay home but you're asking that parents to stay home from work may or may not have the job security to be able to do that so thinking through how you support parents who are going through that in a district where we've closed. The school is GonNa Be Important. Right Right Okay. So as a person who works in infectious disease who works in hospitals has experienced quarantine themselves. Do you think the United States is prepared to quarantine large groups of people? I think we need a little bit of work on that. Whol actually has a wonderful guy that they released poor countries as they're thinking about mass quarantines and one of the things that I talk about this importance of community engagement and outreach to really explain to a wide as being done and the importance of it if it is being pursued and so if we are going to do it aside from the Logistics Readiness. I think one of the things to think about that the US may have to do is massive amounts of community outreach to ensure that people understand or sections of communities understand why this is being done. The other part of this is we have to see aside some quarantines if they are perceived we have to invest in behavior change and community engagement because that is more sustainable and probably in the end. What's going to help? Stop the epidemic. Yeah so I guess one of my questions is if we got to a point where we needed to do you know big quarantines in the United States would it really be effective here versus a place like China which obviously has a different government setup? I think whether or not The mask oranges United States. Work are it's dependent on a few different factors right. Anything can work if you throw enough. Resources added if you're not willing to put enough manpower to make sure that you know something goes. According to plan. Then the question becomes is that the most effective way of spending resources but regardless of whether or not we pursue quarantine. I think the important thing to know is what makes quarantine effective in certain communities I. It's not as the amount of effort you put into engagement without community and the people that you are quarantining education about why that's being done and ensuring people that there needs both economic logistic and ability to survive while in quarantine or Matt. Yeah so I know there's been some back and forth about whether or not Corentin has been successful or not in in this case whether or not global efforts have helped slow the virus at all or have been a waste of resources. How do you see that I think majority of the attention been on China on whether or not the very strict restrictions that they placed in travel and quarantining entire cities? Actually help As I mentioned earlier I think quarantine is always a balanced between individual taking away an individual's freedom versus the potential benefits. That you might get from taking such a step despite my own unease with with massive quarantines you know. I do think that there are people who would say that this roic efforts you really call it a sacrifice on on the part of the Chinese people because they didn't stick with that strict quarantine orders they were given by their government It did bias time. It didn't stop it nor do I think at that point would have been effective in stopping it Did it by as potentially more time to prepare here and everywhere else and I think it probably did but at what cost and did we more importantly did we take advantage of that time.
"matt yeah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To be able to tell you this wall game is over A. F. C. championship game match and they still have seven into chains by wait hold on nine may be getting out of myself he Brian I TV screen there is a plague on a plane but it would be against the defending it Tennessee Titans which means a sixty yard touchdown pass somewhere thereabouts and date is a play that will be remembered as to how this game was decided on a third in medium I don't think it was a long but it was a third down conversion homes in the pocket dancing around Tennessee putting pressure on him him being mobile enough to just give himself enough time to wait for Sammy Watkins to get behind the defense and then on the move Patrick my whole Mr owns a dead strike fifty yards and here to walk ins inside the ten and he is able to scamper into the end zone for their cell a a link the touchdown pass from homes to watch kittens gives the Kansas City Chiefs now a commanding thirty four to seven team lead with seven thirty three reply seven thirty three is a lifetime in football but in eighteen points yes Harrison biker did it be extra point is good so an eighteen point deficit is a whole lot to overcome with Ryan Tannehill at the help and kudos to Danielle I think about ten hill earlier today and today's performance here's the funny thing about his performance Danielle actually hasn't been bad he's fifteen of twenty two four hundred forty six charge under forty six yards not alive fifteen twenty two is pretty good that's damn good percentage and he's got a touchdown pass no I entities it's actually his most productive passing day so far at least yardage wise in Tennessee three playoff games he'll actually get more credit for the two previous games where he threw for combined I think it was a hundred and fifty yards somewhere there abouts hundred sixty fuse marijuana shortchanging combined for a hundred and sixty yards over the last two weeks that's eighty per you already had a hundred forty is gonna get some yards here in Alaska immense market down he may get to two hundred he'll actually have the best the taste of the game this week but he'll get less credit for it because yes it is going to come in a loss where is the first two games were winnings one winning ones where he was able to ride the Derek angry gravy train that's not the case today I thought he would be like a native I'll be there in a couple years ago in the Boston Red Sox won the World Series and wildly was as great as he was in the post season but that of course included going all the way in winning World Series a wildly made himself probably about fifty million Bucks he ended up getting a four year sixty seven million dollar contract I don't know for the post season started give you would ask me on September thirtieth what kind of deal of all the was going to get is gonna be a free agent the end of the year I probably would have told you a one year fifteen million dollar deal then get more than ten surely not get in seventeen twenty so somewhere about the thirteen fourteen if you want to be generous fifteen million dollar range when your deal yeah a four year sixty seven million dollar deal seventy million par for four years because of the performance he put forth in the post season up until that point he was just stay off in juried shows flashes of brilliance can't really be counted on starter every up the words are twin World Series they rewarded him and they all were rewarded and because of course he was hurt in the following year this past year two thousand nineteen didn't contribute aired out and he said that three years ago at seventeen million parts so they still may yeah heck of a lot of money interesting as to the way sometimes this stuff works out well of fry into any wants to be native wildly he's gonna need to get two touchdowns on the board in quick fashion to give these Tennessee Titans at least a shot at a yeah onside kick to get back into this game because it keeps the ball put up a thirty five seventeen late comment on its game the second game Packers in Niners baseball stop whatever it is you want to hit me with do it now eight five five two one two four two two seven gave her taxes thanks for hanging with me your and CBS sports radio Jodi Mack thanks for taking my phone call Starkey producer Jody Matt yes is going back to the Houston Astros cheating scandal sure long story short I think I actually heard a little bit as well not on the huge so what the Astros need to do not talk about the players I'm not talking about the management but the players even the garbage on the trash can the got set up the labor computer system but these guys it is especially the older veteran players they need to have a press conference from clean so everything what they did to keep current crazy stuff about close they'll truly were in this electronic weather just come clean answer whatever questions the press may have asked for forgiveness Paula jazz to the president of it takes one R. three R. at the press conference do it then after they have this put it behind us to press for but these guys just need to have a big mass gathering come clean Jody maps Jody Max I would like to see that I think it has next to zero chance of happening we causes baseball has done what it's done with the Astros the only way it did more is going to come out and it's a calculated risk and I've already paid the price with Mike Fiers doing what he did unless somebody's going to DO even more on the record and point fingers and hate I took fires back not everybody did Jessica Mendoza in saying you did what you had to do he's got to protect himself when he moved on from the Houston Astros he didn't immediately Jeff raises hand call E. S. P. N. and say listen I need to spot on sports center because I need to tell you a tale that's gonna get you massive ratings we cheated all year long he knew that he waited until the Houston Astros tried to use the same method of cheating against him when in the opening statement down any no was going down a check stop don't don't you can't do it is to me I know you don't want to do this to me don't force me to be a whistle blower well the Astros did I needed and I had no problems with him being a whistle blower now if you gonna goal even for a day if you're gonna be the guy who stepped out and said yes I was a member of the team I know we came down do you need names Willie TD's include Bragman and out to weigh in if you're gonna be that guy you're going to become persona non grata in baseball fires is I guarantee you as certain people like a jets windows and maybe some players do hooting dead he broke a baseball creed by doing what he's doing I don't know that you're gonna get another player who's going to step up and do something like that so that's the only way anybody's ever going to be able to prove what they did so they're going to continue to go deny deny deny done then I you and I can have our opinions on it baseball fans will show how they feel about it by going you're not going to gain by watching or not watching games but I don't think you're going to get a cleansing added the Astros I don't believe they're going to do that okay they're not putting our beloved disappointed in the veteran players obviously Jodi Mack and discarded so quite see this they keep an eye on this for years and years you know this is gonna be a big issue going into spring training I can imagine the reception when they go out Philadelphia or New York and everything I just you know I'm you I'm very disappointed what the veteran players for the Astros Jodi Mack you your disappointment is still registered but I don't think it's going to move the Astros one bit I only when someone else comes out and gives for their direct hands on evidence and those who are still with the Astros are not going to do that it's gonna have to be somebody who's left the Astros is no longer teammates of those guys that's the only way this is ever going to come out so I I hear what you're saying while I agree with your sentiments in a real world practicality situation I think you got no chance of having that happen Dan from Danville I'm going to get one more call from Emma for a San Fran Green Bay showdown hello Dan back then I was going to get a good deal odds are really while back nearly anxiety start to build a little bit but tell you watching today's game while mac man I am a very superstitious sports we at I can be I like to be at home down in my man cave in the game they don't bother me that's not gonna happen though unfortunately I'm going to go to a local tavern down the street you are you going against convention yes back there Lacy do you got a built in excuse for Green Bay wins the game today you can blame it on the fact that you didn't watching your man cave you went to the bar instead thanks a lot that's get from my psyche that read about now you do know at the beginning of the year when I made my picks to go to the Superbowl I picked the Seahawks and the chiefs this get one right here you you're like me you're gonna get one right Kansas city and the only day yeah we both weight shock for the a and state and the other thing I'm concerned about any if you pull a pony brought this up this morning is the lead get wants to replicate Super Bowl why the old fix is in a way out we don't know yet I'm open now when I'm how wasted a couple JP said but I doubt I bet it's a victory celebration back okay say you own plane the league afterwards that it was a pre determined what's best for the league kind of decision you you know the only way that can happen is if there are some god awful officiating called which we've seen many too many over the course of the year again I'm watching today's game while I'm doing a show so I can't break down every single play it seems to me is if the referees have done a nice job here in the first one that Kansas city is earned it not that the NFL has dictated by telling the referees at a time listen we need to keep here because we want to replicate Superbowl once I hope that's the case in the second game I hope the refs have no input on the outcome of the game that the calls are all well defendable and it is decided by the two teams well two things real quick back me and if it does occur I will blame the rash and I will act like a typical saying three on a number two tomorrow is a holiday for a lot of people including myself thank you add up more than if you're working tomorrow anywhere I know that yeah I'm gonna be doing that some of the I. T. work tomorrow a little earlier than I usually am six to ten so that said three to seven out there on your west coast time but I'll be talking about these two games tomorrow if you want to give me a call if you nine years went by four touchdowns and you want to say and who did you pick your neck in Green Bay you pretty upset Jodi Mack that work out for you yes feel free to reach out to me on W. I. P. tomorrow between three and seven your time no problem back again thanks for.
"matt yeah" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Fast. Yes but the whole notion like Sunday. You're going to go on like the Tim Ferriss. podcast give me give me your top five five. Well Tim every morning I after I awakened from my sleep on the floor I crack open a bottle of my piss water today. Pushing yourself in the nose. Make you a Jackie late. Run more after the jump. Oh God it's just amazing. Beijing that a men's magazine has this really long guide like one switched sides of your bed and so that your spine gets used to something indifferent and then to switch rooms so that if you're sleeping on a different mattress At least you know that you're in a different place so that you won't be the won't awaken startled that you're not just I'm just I'm GonNa give my orthodoxy. This is Alex. You somehow made this like so much worse. A this pitch is so bad we'll say it's good for bareback sleep on the floor it's comically farcically. Historically bad it makes the opposite of any sense intuitively unintuitive. -Ly there's not not even there's not a Scintilla of evidence that I have seen that makes any of this true you're just literally saying words and words it just don't make sense. I will say I I do not. I have slept on floors plenty of times in my life. A lot of times like really early in the early days of cards and making games and stuff like I would share a hotel room with the thirteen other people and I would just sleep on the floor because that's how it works and or rent a how we'd written Airbnb and you just sleep on the floor with a blanket and I will say like on the contrary of making backfield better it caused. It causes days of nearly immobilizing back pain. I mean like I I was like hunched over like struggling to step up onto a curb level of back pay but that being said I will say one thing I have about this is why do not sleep on on the floor. I do occasionally enjoy lying on the floor for like twenty minutes. Oh do it after dinner every night I do enjoy it. It does kind of stretch your back. Sometimes there's a lot on the floor and you kind of press your back on different from sleeping on the floor and it also pops into place you ever get a nice a nice crackling walk on an escalator disclaimer. Why wouldn't you sleep on it? Just think about it. It's good for it's good for in your confused because you woke up on the wrong down escalator. I've chosen I've chosen to participate in this challenge by not sleeping on the floor by occasionally lying on the floor. When I read a book and I enjoyed it we did? Did we do the SPOOK. The we did do the Spook at one point but none of us could figure figure out how to use it properly. Appointee Matt Yeah. Yeah Oh yeah appointee. Appointee Matt Yeah. Do you use it ever no. That's rolled up in the garage. I I get my spoon cotton. I use my spunk occasionally and I feel like that's lying on the floor plus I make I make my I puppy sleep on it. Because he's a bad boy..
"matt yeah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Play better Matt yeah this this isn't isn't a terrible jet defense or defense is actually pretty decent they get after the quarterback about as well as the raiders do so you know they're not they're not blowing the doors off with the facts but I I think they have the same amount of taxes raiders do this season about the jets when it comes to their pressure is they get a lot of their their pressure from just outside of their defensive line Jamal Adams with sixaxis even at the safety position Jordan Jenkins when linebacker spot has five sacks already this season so you they get creative with the blitz packages and they'll they're not afraid to bring pressure after the quarterback and when you look back at that Cincinnati game a little disappointed with the way the office of wine played overall it wasn't just the fact they gave up three sacks and that's not that's not horrible but you know the for this line as good as they've been all season to give up three sacks in back to back games now is a little surprising but is more about the way they they were just getting blown off the line from time to time you know Jacob still had a really good game still the hundred and twelve yards on twenty three carries but in the end in big spot it seemed like they were getting pushed backwards a little too easily and not giving their guys enough time or enough holes to to get through and I thought that was a little disappointing because it you know it as good as as some of the guys are on that bindle defense it it's not a world beating defense they should have I thought been a little better again fancy and they can't afford to have those lapses against a team like the jets that's going to bring those creative with black packages.
Interview With A Special Boy, Arlee Di Bella.
"You're listening to fill Dibella and this is flash costs by PAYDAY bay today I've got a special little guest has been on the show before and he's my number one little man it's my little son Ali Dibella his nine years old Ali welcome to the show allied always great to have my children on the show and I I like to do these splash costs with children to lend a little bit of different sought because as I say it's a lobster all about family personal and professional said today we're GONNA do a Flash Koster and family and I'm going to ask some questions and they'll just be random questions that are not script it'll rehearsed and let's see what comes out of the the mind of a nine year old plays if you've got children feel free to share this or his parents to learn from because my my kids are often my best teachers I've learned so much from my nine year old son Ali in a lot from my eleven year old daughter Anika said today we've got early on the show Anna Stop by asking him a question here in Queenstown on holidays and we know that all kids love holidays Ali number one question what's the best things about holidays the best things about holidays is probably just being free knowing that you don't have to have anything on your back and probably get Matt Yeah Well You love your ipad and explain what do you mean by on your back because obviously you go to a great school being Cherchi and it's pretty full on so when he explain a little bit further what you mean by not having anything on your back and being free how does it actually feel like example if you don't have any homework the holidays and you really have to feel the weight of it like you don't have to feel the weight of it as in knowing that it's Jewison that you have to do it it went off to noon and it's going to be painful so obviously homework can be quite pressure and all the rest of it so you understand oversee why you get homework right tell me why what do you think teaches give you guys maybe it's because we need to learn in the real world as well not just in a classroom great answer tell me Ali what's something that stands out you just finish term three at school what stands that from the time what was something that really standing your mind in terms of schooling something that I'm looking forward to it hasn't happened yet is probably school camp but even fun things at school stewart requires something like after practice packing at tens back in in a sleeping bag into a bag like done just shove it in there so you learnt that this term they've been teaching you and ready for campus era yes tell me what was the hottest thing term that you did at school probably going from grade three to four because it's kind of a big leap going from the Loa of school to the more higher grades prep school you find that the workloads increasing and there's a lot more workload in the works getting a little bit hotter yes so how do you cope with this extrovert I guess Chai to worry about it just think about a positive ending positive ending what his mum talk about in terms of your mindset gene positive and never being negative because I can be negative negative what do you think you're negative sometimes maybe because I'm being a bit hard on myself and where do you think that comes from that probably comes from my experience from school about how ed one tiny little saw can come to negatively so what do you do when you feeling those negative thoughts what are you as a nine year old boy what do you do Kumba those sorts maybe just think of a again and positive ending to use the power of positive mindset to lead you in the Direction yes tell me at sort of school what are you doing what's your favorite sport and I love spending time with my family and that's Soka face what do you love about Soka maybe because many people who support football just think it's can pretending we heard but it's not like that it it's what you desire you might not like soccer that's right you can try this thoughts it's not forcing you to do things but what do you like about soccer I like about Soka how you get chance you get chances is that you that you train you can get better you can get really pedal and someday be is good is Cristiano Renaldo something that is is that what you aspire to be what do you want to do in terms of soccer we talk about being the best you can be what do you want to do with yourself maybe take it into the pro leagues I'm not so sure about Latte as facing reality but maybe well what you dream and where a win goes energy funds is what we talk about right yes now tell me about family we know that you love spending time with family yours very cuddly and always wanting to come to have great conversations and I have to say you one of the best conversationalist I've ever come across and I'm proud that you my little boy but tell me what he loves so much about spending with family maybe because today we did the escape room and that was family bonding so that's probably what it is family hang builder building a stronger relationship and when we're building a family strengthen family relationships how do you feel how does it make you feel I feel together not learn the opposite of one I you can say and what else tummy what what comes to mind so you know those feeling better today when we did the escape room which was fantastic something different at a company sign we did it as a family you know what came to mind what now reflecting today what what what are thoughts that come to your mind about it what did you love about it or what did you find hide anything what comes to mind about it got my dad and my sister and my family a great detectives because daddy gets things done he's he is time management on ACC is really good at solving things mom is really good at thing it together so everyone is not doesn't explode and I'm the person who carries things that's pretty cool but I have to I am very proud of you that's a very good analogy You know I let great things today are letting how important it is that we all communicate effectively That we made sure that everyone comes along for the journey and the ride and Geez we had an amazing time in the skype broom if anyone that has never tried it can I say get your families and go and try these room there's places all around Australia we did it here in Queenstown New Zealand we had an absolute bowl but Ali told me what's it like to be nine year old boy probably starting to Ni- nine and ten year olds can get a little bit down as in because a grade three to four is it's dots Jihad but when you free it feels like heaven like aw you can can do anything you can fly you can lift causes with your pinky anything and free meaning when you're on as you feel free yes so you know but without holidays you don't get the hardware without the hard work you don't get holidays right yes and what is Dead Essay the best you can be now listen my friend the world's GonNa throw really difficult things that you at times and we talk about the our what's the I would resilience and what is resilience main to you probably perseverance pushing eh trying your best and getting it done and what about when you four down what do you make sure you do get back up again that's me friend it's always about getting back up because you know what life's going to throw some crazy things at you like it has for me has up and being the best you can be might I'm going to hand over to you feel final words Tony wants something you'd like to share with the listeners navy if your parents pay it's you're always on your final something pay more attention to your kids because they might be struggling with something you don't know about maybe trying in family wanted is a good idea because kids you can know you'll parents can help you it's not it's not fully independent you've got to do some things independent but what you're struggling with parents feared that said job USO was new year's and blue. That's why I say that my kids have been my best teachers until next time you've been listening to fill Dibella and Ali Dibella and as I say be conveyed
"matt yeah" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Him. Fighting Matt <hes> I mean your six two. He's like five seven you know but he he he he didn't say that he's been spun or anything like that but he did say that he's in better shape than when he when he fought Matt Yeah that that one doesn't count cause mad is like extremely small and very limited skill set and it just yeah that that I I won't even count that so I don't know but <hes> that is interesting and that full knows how to talk to that can be something really interesting <hes> he would. I think he could sell it. I think he could sell it. <hes> I remember she. He put a video together when four may did a whole training montage video in the beach and doing pull ups off the mountains so yeah I mean he probably could sell it so you know there's that and there's always maybe if you WanNa shot at the top you know Mitt. He's on the line. He's they're just waiting yeah now. I got on nothing to gain off nitty. He's just GonNa me when you won't. You won't even hurt me because he knows he can. He's just like <hes> I like this M._d.. Do you think that that would be that would be super dope so those are the two names in the mix right. Now I mean if you could somehow make Jose come back and you believe that he's GonNa come back cool. You know that could be we'll take the fight like he. He didn't even know you was on the line that day and he said it like you know he he said no way he knows. You'll beat them. So why would he do it on TV so then loses undefeated record like he he's doing you a favor. I don't think you'll do dude. I might have to take this M._d.. Fight said that could be six like I said. He said he told me everything. I already told you told me to put it out there. I spoke to him early this morning. We text than we call each other. I let them know in. He knows his you. You and I told him that your head cases well. You know that you might not say yes. I told them I was reaching out to him. I just to see if I can find you an extra option but I didn't have a yes from you so he's like you know I gotta check my schedule and stuff like that but he's interested to you know it interested into so he said find out what you say okay cool well. Let's let's <hes>. Let's let's work in look into this central. You didn't get the picture yeah. I didn't know who that was. He sent it to you. He say here sent him this yeah. He's I mean he's. He look big to me. In terms of like thick didn't know who he was he is but he said he's one eighty right there and <hes> yeah I mean he looked muscular. When he fought <hes> Matt he looked muscular? You know <hes> but still jake don't matter guys and cheese sheets doesn't look like a killer bees box shape and before that Matt fight the way that that all came about was because you know they obviously can't get along but in in the buildup to that he repeatedly said like he had like five sorority fights whatever that is like you know in the Sorority they used like bike box and he had five of those and he said you know he made it clear. I can beat you. Commit you know you know that in that. He didn't believe him. They fought so that being said you would have to go see that and obviously he was submit footage but see you're such a second thinker Jesus Christ that's all I just want <music> guys instagram dude. I cannot believe how fearful you are of getting in this ring..
"matt yeah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of July a app and sports Paul Goldschmidt homered for the second straight night Jose Martinez added his tent home run of the season Dakota Hudson rebounded from a shaky start to cardinals I move past the Pittsburgh Pirates four three with that victory last night at St Louis moved to nine AM to since the all star break closing ground on the cubs in that quickly lightning and al central the cardinals and pirates said they were separated by a half game at the break the gap is expanded considerably over the last two weeks and we've got the trade deadline around the corner to let's bring a regular guest don and Galen Chriqui during each Monday Wednesday Friday here on a F. and the gentleman good morning Matt yes we had a baseball extravaganza in Minneapolis last night also I twenty six run game now buying the fourteen to twelve score Yankees winning over the twins with the lead changing hands about five times and finally Erin Hicks making a diving catch the cat to the year in the gap with the bases loaded twins were won the game had gone through and that's a big games as the greatest game I've seen in a long time yeah out well less speaking of the Yankees and and the trade deadline that is next week Yankees look good as I mentioned St Louis looks good since the break who needs to make a move here guys in order to put him over the top but that is making a move right now the San Francisco Giants they won again last night next trainings beat the cubs and they have now won seventeen of their last twenty games so from being know whether within two games of the wild card and everybody thought bomb guy was going to be traded their great left handed pitcher but now it is a very good chance he'll stay because San Francisco may very well be a playoff team in the end is that I'm sorry guys I'm in the market there and they this team's very confusing to me student and we're on the great KSFO so we could talk about the giants a little bit here I you know I assume that this team was in the rebuilding process and they've gotten white hot recently I mean it it's an amazing thing to watch the first time in eighteen years of giant theme is one seventeen of twenty but they're really good right now in the hands are tremendously in favor of Qatar Bumgarner staying and they love him in San Francisco they get a new guy running the team now is the the building for the future but they trade him it's not gonna be popular yeah guys that let's talk some it let's talk some doc Gooden I mean this is his second DWI arrest in in two months this is this is tragic at not only when you're talking about good and but that Mets team to well it is you know doc Gooden is in a downward spiral ages studies going away trying to save his life by going to rehab again is that you mentioned arrested for second time in a month alright so it's if it's been a very bad time for doc Gooden meanwhile I was of the yogi Berra turn in a few weeks ago and a big baseball terminal the Yankees are there and Darryl strawberry annex yeah in an act that was there Darryl strawberry at age fifty seven looks better later he suffered a lot of problems with the substance abuse he was suspended three times for it seventeen years ago he turned his life life around Darryl strawberry is hoping to get the doc Gooden and help him but Strawbridge made the turn for the better he looks great I always like to have great players like strawberry who's the best they saw on the news a vestige ever faced without hesitation Nolan Ryan yeah second he said there's a lot of second Nolan Ryan is the best yeah Nolan Ryan throwing those fast balls at robin Ventura brush again back in and robin Ventura charging the mound and Nolan Ryan putting him in a headlock and hang up a couple of hammerfists to the top of the head that's one of the greatest things I've ever seen in sports why I'm speaking of grades Tim Duncan joining this great spurs coaching staff Galen eek I imagine hell only learn more from pop of it's the spurs look to be in pretty good hands if you know Duncan doesn't decide to jump ship and go coach somewhere else after he learns everything he said yesterday that he was to go to the system for eighteen years the table yeah Abed should help much value to build it back to that spurs franchise would be that they know what any of those five titles without the dog could sell it he'll be welcomed with open arms down there they're totally out yeah yeah he definitely will well I mean I mean you know they're going through I don't know if it do you call it a rebuilding process in San Antonio I mean what what even call what they're going through down there it was the original intention but you know like a you know kind of like the more to rose hit it and some of these re reset draft picks it got very well for them I don't think it's rebuilding of the I think there are other retooling if you want to put it that way yeah we have a big for the playoffs again this year you know Rudy gay that is recited he's played well for that he had a recent renaissance later in his career other than fight it out to be a contender but there are seven three see the play offs of the west right now design on sign that sneaker deal with Jordan brand of Nike jump man at ten to fifteen million per year we all I remember that I mean everybody's heart jumped out of their chest with an issue split in that game at Duke but but the day contract deal you know what what it what do you make of just the ten to fifteen million here not out there how much he's actually going to get but it's rumored that a lot of other competitors were offering ten billion sleazy guy to Jordan brand offered fifty billion it could be twenty really but it still sells cheap at this guy's gonna sell other readers wherever he goes the funny thing is when he hurt his leg would you blew out his thank you shoot a west bank and back in February tools like like he was on the whole they had decided to is that you know I think he was going to have to give me a deal somehow you know this this whole I I'm a bit of a sneaker head I'm not a big one I'm not crazy about spending a lot of money on shoes but I came up I grew up in the nineties when all these you know when when Nike really created what we have now this this culture of these athletes signing for shoe contracts and then you know kids going out and buying on what what do you make of almost this this kind of partnership or side deal I know commerce had it forever with basketball players everything else but we've really seen a rise of the this huge market I mean even from your guises perspective as a player Galen and Donna is somebody who's covered it that you know from the beginning what do you guys think of the rise of sneakers here all lot of its maker sales are you know the money the players get depends on the sale that's why Jordan became real literally about you know like you only became on of the Carolina team in the NBA but if this guy sells a lot issues on Williams and it'll be a lot more fifteen million a year it could be who knows what a year but the big thing will he sell shoes and the betting here innocently at Nike is that yes he will yeah that I tell you as an investor you know a big fan of tangible like the plague the composer has like gold and things like that I tell you speakers basketball seasons have been recruited vested over the years I never got involved in it but if you put a pair of Nikes back in ninety six repair air toward the diabetes kept them in the box it did wearable it was a couple grand right now well but make fun of the of the cedar closet full of the speakers that's a big kick out those flaws yes I will argue though you better wrap those in cellophane because they do break down and they do turn yellow in the foamposite breaks away and and I I saw a guy was collecting on me said I just kept them in storage until I figure that out I want I wanted to check I'm a little bit where your shoes guys where service John and we'll talk again on Friday how's that that's Donna gala creaky quickies corner they join each Monday Wednesday Friday here on A. 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"matt yeah" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We've got to get working on these other other issues. We're not doing it. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three. Let me go to calls and go to Matt's conus from North Carolina. Hey, matt. Hey, Dan, appreciate your ministry. Just got a couple of quick questions for you regarding your Tim Kennedy plan model. Yes. Noticed it has changed with fight. And there's a couple of noon. Allocations only in my age group thirty five age group. Yes. Would it be recommended that I should go ahead and change? Some of them funds and get get it lined up with what you have on your model, or just kind of stick with the old allegation model. No, I don't. I don't want you to stick to the Odell case I want to include included some way, shape or form, the problem that you have are you make you make ongoing contributions, Matt. Yeah. Every every month, I do great. Great. Right. So what I would I would like you to do. Here's the problem. You can't do it through Timothy. I know they're Timothy funds, but they are brokerage firm funds their ATS those other two firms funds. So Timothy can't do that. They're not a brokerage company. There are mutual fund company, so they're not even even though that's their own funds are still a still can't do it. So in order for you to fill that out properly, you would have to go to. Each raid or you know some other brokers account.
"matt yeah" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Can give us a call here on the show. It is eight five two four to seven to eight five tech machine. Seven seven two seven seven four five two five four. We're talking about the coach rankings. What we're gonna do starting in the next hour, which all the programs in the SEC are they rising or are. They falling. You can only be going to ways you're not static in life. You're either rising you're falling. So in three years will we say the program is better or worse than it is right now are they rising or are they phone? We will do that in just a minute. But we got a lot of folks online and trying to call. They've got things to say and one of whom is Craig or no, let's go hang on. I'll go back Craig. Let's go to Jimmy and Chicago Jimmy. How are you? Doing Well, Matt. Yeah. When you talk about the obviously, the top two coaches there are a couple of things that Sipa rate them from everybody else. And the first is is that both have overcome kind of difficult situations. Everybody thinks that just because of their recent success. They just walk into a great situation and just ran roughshod. Yeah. That couldn't have been war farther from the truth. I mean you look at saving when he got his first power five job at Michigan state took over a probation rat program which had to forfeit. I think all their victories the from the year before and by the time he left in ninety nine I think they had their first eleven win season since the mid sixties. And then when he went to LSU and a lot of LSU people will freely admit this a lot of their fans after the DeNardo, we are kind of thought. Man. Maybe there is something this dude and stuff they never really honestly thought that they could ever be a true national competitive program..
"matt yeah" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Let me. Matt. Yeah. That's that's tobe out a Walker. Shame. It was. All quick, and you can't smashing their. So now, I keep an eye out for those rides that have the test or seat at the beginning. So you don't have to walk through the line. That's tested. And if if the green light goes off, you know, you're a low really things that I would never have there is a few seats on certain roller coasters. I know for a fact like the the I think Caroline's in Charlotte. Yes, they have a certain seats on designated for people like, Matt. Yeah. I. They'll advertise that to at the beginning they'll put like the normal seat, and sometimes they'll put the big person seat, and you can test either of them, then when you get up there because sometimes they're telling you what row to stand end. So they maximize was on the rod. Sir. That's obvious. No. On for blind. Either. When it goes down the hill. But also we have become large that the tester seat has become necessary. Yeah. Absolutely. Also for people like me during my first eighteen years of light. Necessarily fit or click it right on the rise. Right. Not enough to ride are here. The crash test. Dummies are talking about the flying roller coaster, New Jersey. It's unfortunate situation you obviously, it's not something that person. It don't lose rigidity person comes down your security in there. This ride one hundred percent safe..
"matt yeah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Matt. Yeah. Good morning. How are we feeling? I'm alright Ryan. I gotta dilemma my hand. So you've roommate issue. What is the issue? I've lived with so many of them. Yeah. So I'm sitting with about four right now. And I'm trying to figure out how to pick my battles when it comes to problems that come up, you know, my roommates, the kind of messy a lot of stuff flied. But I don't know if I can let this one slide Ryan the other day, I'm coming from work. Having a great day opened the door. And I say what's up to my roommate? Look, he's on the couch, and guess what? He's doing. No, there's several things pop into my. Yeah. What's on TV? What's he doing the guy? The guys out on the couch. Trimming his toenails with no towel. No, nothing straight onto the couch. Just letting it. Why everywhere actually bring this up? Patti can you get tennis? Yes. It's funny. You mentioned this, man. And by the way, this is the problem with relationships to you think, you know, someone then you move in with them. And all this stuff breaks loose. Done in private. So you're here's my question is like, you know, how do I bring up something like this? So that it stopped because this is absolutely disgusting to me. I don't know about you guys. But the fact that you have decorum about it is questionable. You don't even need to worry about how to bring it up. You should just bring it up and say, I mean, here's how we had a room. I'm just going to confirm this with my older. Make tonight is when we lived with John Lewis and me that he did I think Louis did the same thing. And I think we had to say, bro. You can't do that. You got to do that in your tub? Man. I think it should be. Yeah. Over the trash can in the toilet tonight. Hey, brother. How are you? All right. How you doing man? I'm good. So I got Matt's on the line. And he's he said he's got an issue with his roommates. And I I swear that Louis used to do the same thing when we lived with him. Matt said that his roommate keeps clipping his toenails on the couch. Didn't Louis do that. Other things. Pretty relatable, man. You guys bring it up. How do we address it with him? You're killing me again. They come right back to the point that I don't think that helps. No. I don't think it helps Tanaz is right. Matt like guys don't really dress it up. It's like, bro. You're killing me. That's all you gotta say you're killing good. I didn't want to be aggressive with it. I'm just going to go kill on this one. You're killing me goes for everything. We did a lot of other stuff too. Like, bro. You're killing me. Really? Really? Oh. Good luck. I'm caught up with him. The kids. Man. I know how the new one. Twenty two months. Umbrella. Two years old. Reset. Man. I love that. It's good for you young. Now, you always stay young. Don't you go out on Tuesdays? No not anymore. I'm good for one night a week. They say people with more kids age slower while do get reset with the kids, and you almost you know, continue to. They say that later in life or just at the sector. Reset. But if we don't sweat, the small stuff ten years later, you know, for sure listen, we gotta get. I'll hit you later. Thanks for the employees. Guy. I love him. I remain of mine. And then we ended up living with a rotation of others. Stick.
"matt yeah" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Let me find it. So we've got to special guest in studio today, we got Benita guru with the whistle realty group and Brad Keeler with nomad donuts. And Brad, you hooked us out, man. Like, so he knows how to do things if you come in here and you run a restaurant Donut. Shop will consider a shrine. Greece products. So that we could taste some of this stuff. So we appreciate it, man. We're we're excited a divan and this when I look at this box. This is not my normal box of doughnuts is not like my glazed twist in my cinnamon roll. So you guys are a little different than other Donut shops around town. So talk about what is no, Matt. Yeah, definitely nomad. It's actually the concept of nomad is bringing flavors from around the world so favorite things that you love different cultures different countries. And actually putting them in one of the most American forms of food. A doughnut one here titled p p p b n j. Jason. Well, you're reading it upside down. Totally it looks like peanut butter and jelly. So tell us about that don't how'd that come. You're also reading my handwriting. Lynch isn't so great. But yeah, the PB and J is just it's a classic. We make everything from scratch, which is how we differ a lot. And so the jam is actually made in house we make that peanut butter glazed, take some fresh peanuts. Shop put him on top. And it's actually one of my favorite donuts. I think I might put a top five top six..
"matt yeah" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"matt yeah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I get to I get to. Humana. My studio I like rate great looking. Great men. Yes. I never give that come right? So now, let's say great good looking man. Okay. So we're here in tonight's topic is ready guys men need here. But in the right places. So my guest tonight, Dr Matthew lopresti, MD owner insurgent of Leonard here transplant associates and Jose Rodriguez at chivalry, grooming, powering noon, I get that. Right. Yes. Ma'am. Good perfect. Jose started cutting his friends here when he was fifteen. He's been licensed. He's been a licensed Barbara for fifteen years. Jose specializes in men's here in beards. So I quit you call me sway sway. You gotta Jose. Original name is host twin Nestle I came up with the nickname sway. Okay. So we're going to sway sway. Okay. Your name is sway. Sammy he's tone while I'm in menopausal last minute. His name is sway this easier. Oh, Jose, my brain can't do that anymore. Like, you don't menopause. Joshu Josh Wales e heard it all. Sway? You gotta do. Okay. We got sway in the studio. So anyways, started cutting here, blah, blah, blah. He wasn't licensed yet. Well, been cutting hair Thomas over here when I was approximately about fourteen or fifteen years old they picked up the clippers instead of buzz amount here. Okay. Hope you got a license after at some point came natural to you. Yeah. Pootie much me, and my friend one day a hero. If you buzz minds, but I stuck with it. He didn't do good. I did a pretty good job. And the next thing, you know, charging on my friends three four bucks. And I went up a book every year. And then when you decide to go to school about two years after high school, would you go cosmetology school? It was called eyelids. I'm sorry. Yes, I no longer around. And then I went to bow Jack. I went Bocek is school VO, Jack. Yeah. So I went to both and Barbara school in Quincy for Barbara n-, basically sway. Does he's in mistresses down below in Newton center in sways got that old fashioned you go in there, and you get the whole kit and caboodle lake. You know, you're using a brush on the face come on work with me. Definitely we do the whole you have a cool name. The whole pampering. I wanna say pampering, but it's just a service. We try to provide something different than your average barbershop. Okay. So like a boutique you also has here is like I said, Dr Matt okay case, call you doctor, Matt. Yeah. Short because we got sway. You wanna come up with a groovy name? That's all I got your hair talk to hear Dr Matt is really handsome, and he's really cool. He's got tattoos every raise noise. So he's he's on it. And yet, well like Sebastian what's his name? The comedian always says like you start with one tattoo wrap around go around the it's going on L area and the whole nine yards. You ever watched the Bashan? No, I haven't. I know I didn't look at it. Come morning. He didn't watch any of them. He didn't watch about tattoos. Once you start with one at least for me, it just keeps on going. Right. So that's why you have to watch. Minutes friday. Okay. All right. So let's just talk about these things as men get older. Here starts to grow through the ears through the nose on their backs and they're losing an off the top of the head, right? Pretty much. It's just pretty terrible. What age Matt would you say? And by the way, I need to introduce mandate into that his fellowship at Harvard Medical School tell my listeners about you before we go into question. So I'll go its way I went to medical school in two thousand three's when I started. I started cutting my own hair in two thousand three another self cutter. Yeah. Mexico is in Maine, and I love people from Maine. I'd I would love to retire in Maine. I didn't trust anyone to cut my own air. So I did it myself. I did it for about twelve years before I decided to finally have cut professionally. Nobody. I mean, just how clean Baltic has here. And then you go to Harvard. So yeah, then I did spinal cord injuries. I did that for my my main training, which has absolutely nothing to do with hair. But this is where I now am okay. So I have a question few daily. I know I'm going to start saying that I'm not gonna ask questions going to go into it is that all you're hearing your head. It is. That's not fair. I'm the so I am the only guy, but most of the men in my family, including my grandmother were pretty thin only. I'm the only one that still has my hair. And so is Harry genetic thing or not most ninety percent of hair loss is genetic. It is genetic, but I started treating at a very young age. So is it a rumor that if your mother's father has here, your son will have here old wives tale? Both sides mom and dad's side, I got four brothers. The oldest has there. I have here at three in between a ball. So you figure that one out? So got the mother's genes savvy got the file. A little thin, but you can still style is someone that's all you're here sway natural natural. And I'm looking at the front of anything going on the front. I can count on. Hey. Doc to Matt for just right here. So let's start with the questions here. First of all, do we all agree that men should maintain better? Like, they are over the generations. Now, they're getting better. Oh, yeah. Keeping up with their here. We're moving here where they shouldn't have it swayed. You gotta start waxing years. Like waxing ears Wexler knows some guys look like potato had men like Mr. potato head actually do wax. And I don't do this. Do it definitely took and manscaping. Like guys like, he got a guy. Like, you gotta take that. Like, what's what is Chad in every one of those, you know, buzzers thank you and start buzzing down a bit. Okay. Lake nothing there. Checking. Maxx marshalls right? And this is not nineteen seventy. I literally here's a real fast story. I took down a house. I was demoing a house down and we went to dimwit down. All these playboys came flying out like play girls playboys, the guys old house like had all videos, like he collected everything in all these magazines were flying like I opened up. I'm like, oh, God think anybody new in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or nine eighty demands Cape. You need to manscaping guys. Okay. We're going to two questions here. I I question there. She goes. No. If you're losing your him at OU. Oh, you know, you knew your head better than anyone else. So when you when you think you're losing it, you're losing it. And what each what's typically? To make it ages difficult for men across the board all ages one out of every two throat any age will start thinning women any age. We we've seen the youngest. I've seen fourteen the oldest I've seen was in their late eighties. Okay. But is there a normal range? Like, I have a son. That's twenty five years old. Should I be paying attention? You late teens early twenties early twenties. I'd say more common. I think we lose most of our start sending more most of our here between the ages of twenty and forty now is there something let's say a twenty five year old can do and I'm going to cut you off times because we got to go off to break but will start and we can come back to it. Is this something that a twenty four twenty five year old can do now to stop thinning? Oh, absolutely. So for myself, I use myself as an example, I'm I'll be thirty nine in about a month. I started using. Thank you. I started using. So the three treatments that you have the you can do it home propecia laser and Rogaine that's over the counter. So I started using those when I was twenty three and just kept their bad maintenance. Like, you said anything in life is maintenance. So somebody wants to come and see you just for maintenance, you you service that.
Deutsche Bank says to swing to profit in 2018 despite steep third quarter drop
"Bank fake is. Of course, the the Nordic banks awnings breaking this morning as well profit in the quarter fell short of expectations net income fell eighteen percent to six hundred and eighty four million euros, the CEO casper on the coast school is saying that the three months to the end of September were challenging are not satisfied with the revenue development. Nordia says also down year today not as badly hit as deutchebanks still though we're seeing loss here of some sixteen percent for Nordia Bancshares. And this, of course, only really the tip of the iceberg when it comes to European earning said this morning Matt's. Yeah, we're getting so. So many of them. Let's just go back and forth here Norsk Hydro third quarter underlying Ebid earnings before interest and taxes operating profit was two point six eight billion kronor the estimate was for one point eight seven billion kroner, so really blowing away the under the underlying operating profit estimate from the street revenue was thirty nine point seven seven billion kronor that's a little bit less than the forty
"matt yeah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The other thing too how about this we talked earlier about bryce harper matt yeah i mean there's a story right there in the nation's capital and he has been struggling you mentioned how bad is batting average has been cleaned kershaw miss time with injury here in the first half cory seager out for the season giancarlo stanton last year's mvp in the national league is now in the american league you know buster posey and all star good player but he's on a decline there's some stories there anthony rizzo in jason here with i don't know if you saw this which icago jason heyward and anthony result they switch bodies apparently where hayward was not getting the job done and now he's sitting and now rizzo's terrible so it's that's a switch that might have been missed among major league baseball equal the face off with a judge revolted nncholas cage those two guys that's very good the the player that it was the story of the first half on the positive side you mentioned bryce harper but mukhi bets three sixty two twenty three home runs fifty one driven and he hit twenty four home runs all last year he's on pace to match the rbi total from last year but he only get to sixty four last year but a guy raising his batting average a hundred points in a time where baseball's about launch angle and exit velocity right i mean he he has been terrific to watch and i think it's good that for baseball that finally and it's been a long time common and i think you know those small market teams are certainly loving this the two of the top three records in baseball belong to the red sox and yankees well isn't that baseball warms your heart that's just baseball and something else i think that resonates with baseball today to even though you may not want your favorite team to do it clearly if you are on the decline and you're taking on purpose you can't be rewarded it happened with kansas city happened with chicago with the house and so now look at what what's happening here with atlanta in philadelphia very intriguing in the national league east where land was awful there were so bad they move stadiums and so you have atlanta and philadelphia a vying for the top spot in the national league east chicago chicago has done that before and so it's it's one of these things where if you think you can risk your fans being upset and the lack of butts and seats in your stadium and and you think you can come out of it hold on the other side and you go ahead and do it but it's it's not a fate of comple that you're going to win a championship but many teams are trying in houston houston right there again i love the the old saying you're gonna win sixty and lose sixty it's what you do with the other forty two well the baltimore orioles are putting that to the test i don't think we're gonna win sixty kansas city royals yeah probably not at this point new york mets yeah they probably will but boy some some teams out there that certainly have fallen on some hard times you you look at it the four best records in baseball or all in the american league eight teams above five hundred in the american league go nine above five hundred in the national league you've got six fifty win teams in the american league eight fifty win teams in the national league but it's hard to see anyone right now stroz socks or the.
"matt yeah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"K f m b good morning everybody sixty k fm be hanging out with you talking about computers hardware software the internet all things related some not yeah i'm larry he is the internet connected blender known as matt yes out in the world and with tech do you hear what apple said they're gonna stop making routers soon as they're done selling through their current stock of airport routers they're done they're not a router company they're not and i understand why they did it because their stuff was a and there wasn't that much like wireless and before that in out there so they said okay well we'll sell routers that have the newer protocols for our stuff but now you know net gear links has anybody has all that stuff.
"matt yeah" Discussed on WCTC
"And i i bought i wish i had them today i'd be uh i'd be wealthy god like twelve mickey mantle now you know from nearly sixty your stuff i know what happened to him can't find a now i want us got going on right now after animal overtake thursday's to last day at the field of 12 in lobbyist day you have on crafts musical instruments and that a lot more all right so there you go all right very good who matt yeah gugel mack now they're not quite out it's coming out soon if they've come out for some weeks for the commuter you can set your commute as to where you're going and it will reach you up when you're close to your desk he argued he set go goupil matched it's uh it's a new feature rolling out and you'll find the start button on your screen annual it'll tell you had to go to certain destinations in your tap on a button and it will wake you when you get there now i was the commuter up one point yeah and i i feel i fell asleep on the bus once and woke up like 10 stops pass i supposed to go it's all horrible felix hernandez you've got our friend item yeah he woke up like like 10 miles past the stock when time it is the worst get off like are coming down route nine in like malecon any wound up at lake what the holy smokes now right to so a gugel maps has come out with this new feature the it it's almost there it's uh it's a transit concept and it's got a go feature and it will wait hugh up before you get your spot it'll tell you when you're getting close nothing mater about time if some extending in a more because the know thought there could be traffic your could be whatever uh put this goes on proximity knock on time boss yeah and you fall asleep while the boss um that's what happens yeah so he was talking about uh and they you could set it toward a week you up for you don't miss your stop and i'll have to backtrack next pasta go back the ansa koonyau i like that never again body good that's excellent very nice area who knows what the comeback with knack right i like.