20 Burst results for "Nemec"
"nemec" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We're not in film room. We don't know that's the way i went. Atlanta's been i in waiting for a long time. Now morten rich did summit up. You tell me here yeah you got it pretty good. You've got a pretty good. 'cause i was sitting in the doctor's office on friday. Listen on the app. And i was all mad that i couldn't call in and talk my team up. 'cause only brockman had coming in second. Now i'm not. I'm not a crazy person i know. The buccaneers are the team to beat in our division. But not a single one of you guys other than brockman to have faith like i had faith and then sunday happened to now. I'm wondering hope like that man. Well you know the person. I live with got my hopes up and i was just really feeling you guys i was who until that arthur the aardvark and nemec offense wasn't cleared. Its ugly head wasn't good. What did you call it. hurt me. Aardvark anemic offense. Okay thank you very much. Yeah appreciate that. That's that's the that's literally currently trying to knock. Glenn what's your nuts out of out of the clubhouse arthur the aardvark anemic off. That's a very alliterative way of saying they sucked glenn and watch her not that one. Play that enough. Just book chris webber for tomorrow show. That's how multitasking. I am a glitter law. Failed just now my well during the commercial break we were going back and forth because i was saying. Hey congratulations on being in the hall. Felt my phone buzz. When he dropped the word. Arthur the aardvark and i just looked at it. And he's like we're gonna. I can multitask amazingly pipe..
"nemec" Discussed on Food Psych
"This is really an example of what i call the wellness diet which pretends to be about health and wellness. But it's actually just another sneakier form of diet culture for the modern age. The wellness diet really has a lot of sneaky diet language that uses and there's lots of examples that i could give of like sneaky diet culture phrases that the wellness diet has made popular. But one of the phrases that you mentioned that really jumps out at me is that quote unquote cravings would vanish. And that phrase really shows that this diet is demonizing cravings and of course it's craving specifically for foods that are demonized right so one of the hallmarks of diet culture in general is that it demonize is some foods while elevating others and that's very much a central feature of new guys of diet culture that i call the wellness diet so the weight stigma aspect of diet. Culture may be de emphasized in some of the iterations of the wellness diet that we see today although weight stigma is always subtly present in the wellness diet as i discuss in my interview with jeff hunger. Which will here shortly. But the morals ation of food in the demonization of certain foods while elevating others is really front and center in the wellness diet. And that's one of its big tells. So i think it's interesting that you're not trusting your intuition telling you what your body needs because it's telling you to eat certain things like sugar and processed foods and so you're mistrusting that and of course the wellness diet deems those foods quote unquote bad. But i bet if you're craving foods that the wellness diet deemed quote unquote good. You wouldn't be second guessing your intuition like this. And that's another hallmark of the way on this diet is that it makes us question ourselves in second guess ourselves when we want things that are not diet approved but the reality is that our bodies are very good at getting what they need. they're very good at surviving. They evolved over millennia to be able to survive famines and these cravings that you're having are so understandable given the restriction and deprivation that you went through on this diet so research really shows that when people are deprived of food overall when they don't have enough food overall they really end up gravitating towards carbohydrates in particular including sweets sugar as a form of carbohydrate because these are the quickest sources of energy for the body. They break down the quickest in the bloodstream. Give you that you know shot of blood sugar that you absolutely need in order to not starve in order to get things done and have energy. And that's super important when you're in a famine which is really. What diets
"nemec" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"She was auditioned for And really try because he has a dance background for black swan. Okay and didn't get it. And then i went to natalie portman who won an oscar for it so like she was like kind of always like in the running for some of these other other bigger roles of movies that you would remember that maybe perhaps could change your career even like angelina jolie and girl interrupted. She ended up getting a lead and She won an oscar for that so she was always kind of second fiddle or just always the bridesmaid. Never the bride type of thing And never really saw as far as that like she had staying power Yeah i i say that in regards to like i think you know she made from what i saw him like. She had some rains there. Obviously for sure you know the clueless and the name. I'll order two very different care. Girl interrupted to where she's like. She plays a girl who has city never. I can't remember her insincerity actually But she played a girl like an eating disorder. Muscle institution issues diagnosed with agoraphobia agoraphobia. So she you know she was kind of all all over the place and who knows maybe she. Maybe she beats our natalie. Portman has conflict or something she gets that that role. Maybe things are way different but just didn't work out that way All right how do we Where do we to start here. Yeah i mean we could start you. Know with what the official records stated for her primary cause at death and they listed three things so this is per the coroner in los angeles their autopsy said she had acute pneumonia she had issues nemec and cheat like iron deficiency and And then they said they announce it was like drugs so everyone's like how drugs drugs because she was always like linked to having a coke problem she was having eating disorders and these are all things that she vigorously and vehemently denies so an people even after her death would say the same thing that she never. She was afraid of coach. Never did coke And you know it wasn't wasn't into drugs wasn't part of that scene in la and as far as the eating disorder thing. She was like look. I weigh the same in Just married that. She did include us and i would say clueless she. Maybe she was not fat by any chance or unhealthy which it a little trunk your face and then as she got older maybe she shed a little fat got a little bit more tone whatever but she's like i'm the same way like it's just different. I just looked different and But she was always like had these rumors around her About these different things. So the and they did find drugs in her system but they're always like prescription or over-the-counter drug so was they didn't find any like hard. Yeah something she died of heroin overdose or something like that. It was. The senate was prescription drugs and then over the counter drugs. So that that's like with. The official report is the autopsy report..
"nemec" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
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"nemec" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler
"Not that i'm aware of. But i do have something sticking to my but i went out with joe koi the other night and we got. We got very very silly and wasted and he. I came home. And i had a big sticker stuck to my ass and every time i go in the shower a little bit more comes off but i don't know where it came from. Who put it there. How long it's gonna last how long it's going to be there so i may have a tattoo who knows. Joe is my friend from chelsea lately. He used to be a comedian. That was on the table all the time for chelsea lately and i called him and i was like you know what i wanna go over to his house because i wanted to see. He's building his house. And i'm building something so i thought oh. Let me see what he's doing. And then i got there while i was driving there. I asked him for the address he said. Please don't complain. I don't want to see my house. Like this. And i was like shut up. I said give me the address. So i got in the car. I started driving to his house. And like you know ten twenty minutes in. I'm like this. Is where if i go into the valley and then i looked at the address and i was still seventeen minutes away and i just couldn't do it so i turned around texted him and i said i'm not i'm not coming. It's too far. And then he came over to me. Then we went to cat. Sue ya and we had six grapefruit martinis together so i mean that was ridiculous and then we went to harvard ellsworth. There was a jazz club. Well there is a jazz club. It's called her vows. Santa monica for anybody ever looking for a cool place to go. That's it then when he got home. And i was like joe. I don't have my purse. I left it at her bell so he goes out of the car. You are such a mess and sat me up to my room and did you retrieve your purse. No i never turns out. I never even brought a purse out that night. Because i had forgotten to take a purse so he went back to her bells. Looking for my purse. I went inside was fast asleep while he was pounding on my door for about forty five minutes worried that i didn't have my purse so this friendship is very uneven and i have to start being more reciprocal in my he is just too sweet and too nice and i am cont. We can go look for his personal time. Yup i'm I am suffering from a neck injury sweetheart. Because i got yesterday. I went to the doctor girl vanessa and she took my blood out and then spun it and then reinjected it all through my neck with syringes and this thing called a stamper. I was pretty numb. Yeah it was pretty. I think it's gonna have some good results. I can't see. I know it's like it's like having a next strengthen her. I can't tell the you had anything done so. Yeah i'm surprised about more bruised. Eye brees very easily on the face. So it's very hard. Are you nemec know i just take etc a lot speaking of which we're having all of your levels tested so thank you which is a reminder for everyone listening to also do your annual physical. Yes for breast cancer.
"nemec" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate
"Longer indeed the greatest anchor on nbc exempt in addition of jj lows. Impress a the my lap to let you. You'd sam in the subway developed by top on this go on mute coming or own on topless champion or donald. Duck pinnock memorial bob insomnia and this name more marketable then a bullets killing our kilometer income. Saturday i believe. I know you better you getting you told unknown nemec yes all made in there so you you when you you know you your career. Boom basketball not by. So what's the show b.'s. baron baron era burn. Meet human the as by what global ricky. So how did you handle that. And i mean it proper. We grab again. No dominant adaptations. Now we're still.
Signs point to Skynyrd crash monument
"An iconic southern rock band has received an interesting garner when people would turn up at the Mississippi site with Lynyrd Skynyrd's plane crashed in nineteen seventy seven it would be very hard to find the spot where the plane went down but that's changing now that the state transportation department has gotten involved it just said out exit signed off I. fifty five in Mississippi Nemec home and state highway five sixty eight and the signs point people toward a memorial for band members Ronnie bands and Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines the monument is one of the biggest tourist attractions in southwest Mississippi having drawn thousands from thirteen countries thirty nine states and five Canadian provinces and that was before the directions leading to the remote memorial were set up I'm not squirrels Gabriel
Interview With McAfee's Head of Products for the Cloud Business Unit
"Mcafee. I lead product management for mcafee cloud business unit and business unit is basically sky high s. Many of your listeners might only in the security space by no lead us in the cloud access security broker space. Has there been a noticeable change in the adoption of ritualized security tools and services since covid nineteen has forced many organizations to really shift to a remote workforce. Oh absolutely we have seen a dramatic a noticeable change across the board In fact it's quite timely. We just came up with a Work from home. Cod report card stands for cloud Sorry clouded options security to vote. Maybe talk about the coalition between the increased use of cloud services and collaboration tools such as cisco webex zoom teams slack the covid nineteen pandemic along with an increase in cyber attacks targeting the cloud and public cloud environments impacting. What allies increased workloads. So it's really across the board and what v. seen right based upon customer data. What we've seen is a significant and potentially long lasting trends that include an increase in the use of a out services more than fifty percent but also access unmanaged devices that is what we call cloud native threats and this threat actors targeting clough fahd outweighs the this brought on by changes implied behavior. And it's very important that me are well equipped to be to mitigate this kind of risk and Tragedy impacting public structures for both competitors. And what's your life's work notes. Increasing instep with doubted option. All industries need to evaluate the security posture to protect against accomplish Data exultation definitely. I've definitely been talking about in. This episode is how organizations need to be shifting their focus to security for remote workforce indefinitely towards the cloud so on a longer time line. What else has really influenced the growth of ritualized. It security. i think a lot of factors lead the growth of Security watch well as asian in fact just yesterday reading that says that the global which was asian security market is expected to grow to two billion dollars by the end up twenty thirty four s pretty much growing at the annual compounded rate of a sixteen percent. These can be activated Blue growth of cloud and the journey that all organizations have embarked on as you know i. I follow nemec donald Back now analysts. And in one of block specifically saying as data centers are increasingly which lies used a becoming more and more mobile organizations increasing adopt public cloud services security controls must shed. They call the physical shackles and exist a software based enforcement binds. That can replace. Need it right. The which means to godless the future of information security is a set of all context of software based security policy enforcement. Points can be pleased when and where needed within what lies on a containerized computing architecture. Second part of it is it security selflessly imagining except right. Think about this and the security team with an organization looks like it's developers de moving to a more What allies denies Based architecture they don't want to behind so they want there's security for these new sets of workloads to be containerized As well and At end of the day that is immense benefit right they think about security utility the want to able to be agile and be able to react little the next shock to the system as quickly as possible.
"nemec" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Tonight, first Monday night game ever that that was a 1970. That's a very good man. That's good for the Jets won in 69. Very good. They beat the Colts so sorry. They probably featured the Jets versus Fish Dolphins. No. You got the first part right? Something and oh, my God. That's what Bernie Husted. Thank God. You got the second thought wrong. You're right. You two like a bag of production was brilliant because the Jets didn't fact win Super Bowl three Joel Nemec from the jet Speeding Don Shula and the Baltimore Colts, So they did start The year Monday night football, But it's a Cleveland Browns, the Browns idiots Joe Nemeth against the Cleveland Browns, and the first three men in the booth were Howard Cosell. Dandy. Don MEREDITH, you look what song to dandy. Don MEREDITH always saying I must love that song. When the game was about over. Um, your cheating heart turn out the light. The party's over. And the third guy in the booth was Keith Jackson. Eventually Frank Gifford hide that more than any other big college guy wasn't a very good one. Frank Gifford went to the NFL. Keith went on and did all that to call the college exactly right. But he was the first NFL Monday night Football holds Keith Jackson. Howard Cosell Dandy Don MEREDITH 50 years ago tonight, and it sounded. Something like this. From Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio, New York Jets.
"nemec" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Nemec Burkey and a number one Spider man. Wow. Yeah. She tossed him out. Wait. Do we lose Mac? Hopefully not going to run you there, okay? All right. So you you had a Joe Nemeth rookie card. Your mom. Didn't she tossed it out? Yeah, she found out what I was doing with the silver dollars. She got that Bring Twitter page didn't shoot Turtleman. Fidgets through all my stuff out when we moved when I was a high school in Pueblo. Now. Now, the number one spider man like It's been really good convict and those approach a $1,000,000. What a $1,000,000. You know what Joe Nemeth rookie card in really good condition is worth Oh, yeah. Well, then a mini game, Mac dollars. Yeah, I know. It would be a six figure sum. I'm not sure about a 1,000,000 but it'd be worth a lot of money. Really? I don't know. I didn't have time. I don't know I didn't want to. I don't have time last night. So now we're going to take Thursday Friday off come back Monday when I come in here Monday. Young recluse. I'm gonna be prepared. I'm gonna have a stack of cards duplicate cars. I'm going to give to you. So you have really so you now have I'll think of a car in your life. Good friend, you know. I mean, you're a really good for it. I'm really I want to take him to. Ah, I don't know to somewhere to have oppressed. Yeah, yeah. Right? Yeah. I had a tremendous collection A one time Probably much like you trying to bring up a sensitive moments too, You know? Yeah, I know This was tough yesterday, and it was hard by the way from the 97 No, Rick, your family wouldn't celebrate. David Rick Day. Because according to date, your mom didn't love you and your wife moved Arizona 40 today. Yes, it's true. We'll know. You said your wife moved Arizona. I said your mom because she threw out all your baseball cards. Yeah, There may have been something to read into that. What about this text? I will sleep in a nightie on Logan and Louis Day. Nice way bringing that back in style love Kathie Lee. So Cathy, it's not working today has time to Texas. No, we miss you. We miss you. Not even here in the 90 gaps, right? Zane calling from on the road. It sounds like a good place to be Zane. Hey, guys. Good morning. Morning. Good. You got a couple I'm doing Well, Thank you. I'm looking forward to the weekend. I'm going to take the party up in honor of you guys is well you go. Thank for you for the motivation. You bet. I'm a couple questions for you, Um, number one. Do we really have a disparity in baseball? With after American players based on what we have for population because way have roughly about 9% AA baseball players in the league that African American.
"nemec" Discussed on Sustainability Matters Today
"What what do you personally do on the day to day level just in your own life and at work you mentioned you know voting with your dollar voting as a citizen. I guess kind of on a more day to day level. What do you do to be environmentally friendly? Gosh I guess one thing that. I'm really hoping that you talk about. Is Your office pets? Yes. So. So we we've tried to do composting zero soon as should've and composting. I've failed at miserably. I just can't get the compost, right. And I've come to conclusion that. Chickens actually. Are Nature's composters. You give them. Basically they'll eat anything and they'll turn it into compost like within. Thirty minutes. It's it's amazing, so yeah, we We've used chickens as a way to process our food waste. So where where do they live? You know we. We had them at the office in front of our office in Coop. And each employee we put all our compost in a five gallon bucket and bring it out to the chickens. In on a weekly basis or daily basis whenever we thought about it, unfortunately, recently, we moved into a different building. That's close to the airport and F.. A. A. Regulations require that we don't have chickens for some reason because they attract birds of prey and. Jet, engines attract branch even so that yeah, so unfortunately, I have chickens at home now instead of office. Yeah, so we've chickens are still a big part of of the complex story here, Bite. Unfortunately, we're a little bit handicapped in our ability to compost. Does that mean that you're driving compost home from work? I have I have been known to do that. If I would I would definitely do. We do have a compost pile that's. Not Not. Is Not working very well, but it's there, but I did notice the grass that's growing around the compost pile is like three or four shades greener than the rest of the grass in the area so. We are creating good soil here as well. That's awesome in going with the chickens. I mean. I bet you haven't bought an egg in a while. Yeah the eggs from a from a chicken like the yolks. Are the biggest difference. Bright Orange. Am Very the brighter the orange. The indicates the more micronutrients and. Inside the inside the egg, so they're very healthy as a result. He compared to store by egg, and they kind of look at Nemec then it's once you want you try fresh eggs. It's hard to go back to. Good. I've also noticed that the shell on. Those kind of like your chickens. Eggs the shell is so much harder, and it's not nearly as easy to crack the. You'd have to put a little bit more. They're still delicate, but you still you have to put in a bit more infants than. One of the store bought eggs. Chickens are delight..
OECD GLOBAL GDP GROWTH FORECAST SLASHED AS TRADE WAR, GEOPOLITICAL UNCERTAINTY WEIGH
"In Los Angeles uncon- resolve Thursday today yeah I do believe the nineteenth of September is always to have you along. Everybody the watch word of this program so far this week have been monetary policy interest interest rates and how the Federal Reserve uses them to manage this economy. We did an explainer on Tuesday. The feds economic policy tool kit set the music featuring figuratively chair Jay Powell on guitar. You should check it out marketplace dot org. There was the interest rate decision yesterday featuring chair Jay Powell actually talking about the way the Fed does what it does today. It's the E. C. D. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and is downgrade of its global growth forecast this morning to its lowest level since two thousand nine. Let that sink in for a second. There is the trade war yes but also there is this quote from the OECD's chief economist do not rely on monetary policy to do the job alone. The head of the European Central Bank says the same thing Jay Powell says a version of it because fundamentally central banks for all their power cannot do it all marketplace's. Mitchell Hartman explains what's going on here to try and spark some economic growth central banks from the US to Europe to China have been pulling out every tool in their toolbox of monetary policy. That's manipulating the money supply and interest rates which are now negative in some places and still says Karen Petro at federal financial analytics central banks are wrestling with the fact that they have done everything thing they could more than they ever thought they should and growth is at best in Nemec threat of recession is very real so they're kind of punting to the politicians Titians and saying now you need to use your tools fiscal policy to stimulate growth which generally means cutting taxes and boosting spending bending but not just any kind of spending says Jacob Kirkegaard at the Peterson Institute to invest more money building new real estate high hi speed Internet Education Research and development this kind of spending stimulates productivity and future economic growth here in the the US. We've already Donna version of fiscal stimulus. The massive 2017 tax cuts Douglas Holtz Aken at the American Action Forum says that's led to soaring debt and deficits. He says we should be investing in things like roads and bridges but bitter partisanship is left Congress in a state of fiscal paralysis Alexis. The poster child for this is the absolute agreement that we need an infrastructure program absolutely no ability to get it done in addition to more growth friendly fiscal policy policy central bankers and the OECD also want less confrontational more growth friendly trade policy to help recharge the global economy. I'm hi Mitchell Hartman for marketplace.
"nemec" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So really and then eventually he tore it down. But I didn't know that. There was a train that went from over the bridge railing that it was a separate bridge. It went right over to Manhattan. I because I remember it was in the middle of the of the the Harlem river, and it just was in the open position. But it's like it was nothing to connect. It was like, you know, it was a parallel to the shoreline. And it's like wh why is it there because it used to be a train that went right over there? The train detraction still live how along the water. The bridge was in the middle of the war, and they have since turned toward toward down. But I remember I couldn't figure out what is that doing out there? And that's when they told me, Tony, I'll give you a good memory. I remember fifty years ago. This this month around this time sixty nine baseball was celebrating for some reason. I guess it was one hundred year round the first nineteen sixty nine. Baseball. I started eighteen sixty nine and I just started getting my copies at sporting news. Wow. That must have been happy. You remember to spoil you, man. You remember how that newspaper was with statistics said articles on every team the New York state is no states at times, and they were good at all. But they didn't carry at the teams like sporting news state, and it was like ninety baseball in those little very little hockey and basketball and football, very was nine all the time. It was that was that was like the bible a sports sporting news Tony to follow soccer at all a little bit a little bit. Let me tell you what I read I was reading the times on on Saturday. Now. This is what's going on? Manchester City and Liverpool all one into Manchester City has ninety two points. Liverpool ninety one now does she says not over they both played thirty six games. But listen, how it breaks down Manchester City, the wreckage, Shirley. Morse's and two ties. So Manchester City's in first place thirty four and two. So you get three points for a win one point for a tie ninety two thirty four and two. Okay. Little pools in second. Same number games. Thirty six games. They're rakish twenty eight one one lowest and seven so twenty eight wins. That's eighty four points at one time and seven ties makes ninety one. So can you imagine a team being twenty eight and one and being in second place because I guess English system. They use us a wins so much more than the ties much be almost as close as a loss and the way they weren't because you get three points for a win one point for a tie. Yeah. That's why. In other words, Tony can make it simple. If you play five games if you go to three that's better than going five times, you can have a losing record two or three. And you'd be headed the team with five ties. I I've I've I've soccer for a little bit. Not that extensive then, you know, look who's leaving the Premier League leave at that Manchester United. But I just you know is not the points in all that not really that really got into that Scott into jersey scotch on the fan. I'm doing all right, man. How are you? I'm doing I I'm just so sick of movies in baseball. I mean. Highlight. Oh, like, hey, twelve and one start last year I've been in one then they have a June where they they might have won three games last year. And now at the same thing here. I mean, they don't feel good store to schedule Vicks night. And they scored one run offense without regard at feels like in the last two Alaska. It's just frustrating. No one thing. I mean, even on his team. I mean, he's gotten third every single night. I don't remember the last time he got like a big hit home. I mean since when him and a long 'til went back to back at city field internationals, I drop them down. You know? I it's I you know, what I would take a couple of days off and let me play second base for a while. I really don't know one thing that I I never liked to call for managers job or anything like that. And still I starting with Mickey Calloway to where I could see on my couch when a reliever just doesn't have it like it really brings back to the familiar game where you have to get to to win six out to get five and you could tell after he walked, wink, wink around at four pitch at that. Then he said after that like he doesn't have it in all the jobs to bring somebody else. Can't bring Ed way down to bring somebody else in. And they ended up blowing game winning extras thought. After the game is carbon dioxide toes. Hey got as five good out. Either get out and we almost lost. 'cause you're so still dirt keeping pavilion in as opposed to take him out because that six out would have gotten the confidence vote the next two or three weeks of kitchen. Well, because he's been lawyer just so frustrated. Look, I grew felt that, you know, look guys struggling and. Let's say at the middle of the game. And he he's been struggling he pitches. A clean any. Most managers say okay, let's was pitching again. And then he gets lit up and all the conferences has gone if he just pitched one inning he took him out. He could just dwell on that for a while. And just really, you know, make himself feel good about himself. Like, they you know, I can't wait to get back out there. Now, you get lit up in the next inning. You say the same thing. I can't I can't wait to get out there, but the management I would say that I don't know not not right now. They I mean, they're so in Nemec, I mean. Like you said last year they had a big win. He's figured beginning. Then nothing they start hitting like crazy beginning. Now. Nothing. I it's it's. Hey to save the blueprint is what like Syndergaard hit a home run. Visit complete game win win. Nothing. And I don't and I can't see the pressing. It's just enough. They're not doing nothing. Are they getting close to that forty game market? I always talk about in. And give me a better idea. What they look like. And and you in the funny thing is is poorly. As as Vargas pitch last year. A lot better this year. He's like C CSS just give you five innings, and that's he'll take it. But now he's got a hamstring issue. Matt scott. Nervous. You've. It just it's just doesn't. It it someone hopes somebody doing a story about injuries in baseball. And why guys too too tight too tight too? Much ex. No not enough rest. Not enough trying something else. Eight seven seven three two seven sixty six sixty six number Tony page of got the more baseball both sides medicine Yankees. When we come back with I forty exactly time for twenty with that one..
"nemec" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"February which was fifty nine point seven. It was it was down significantly five o'clock tonight. We get. Neo cash. Cari, he is the Fayed Minnesota fade president he is speaking. And then tomorrow, we get another fade chairman Raphael, Bostick is speaking. So it'll be interesting to see what happens there, and what comes out of that. But tomorrow the big number. We get non-foreign payrolls coming out there expecting one hundred seventy nine all I know is we cannot have another twenty thousand job numbers. Like, we had last look now it's going to be very interesting to see what the revision is for February if it's revised up, but we're coming off twenty thousand which well say it was a Nemec. That's too much of an understatement. But twenty thousand non-farm payrolls are expected to be one seventy nine. Let's hope we get somewhere near near that unemployment rate. Probably going to say where it is at three point eight percent. Average. Our Lee earnings is a number that I'm gonna be watching that's expected to be up three tenths of one percent. So that about covers the economic data. That's come out this week. And what is yet to come out? So we'll watch that tomorrow pretty pretty important day. We've got a lot happening around the globe as well. And in the economy, of course, we we started out the week. No, okay territory. Looks like the Dallas still waiting for some sort of direction here this morning trading right around the flat line one of the big big issues. And I want to talk about this at some length because it is incredibly important. So what I thought I would do when I saw the number, and unfortunately, I didn't see the number to about four o'clock this morning when it came out. I think it was may maybe it was about three thirty. But nonetheless, didn't see the number till then so I didn't have the time to do an awful. A lot of number gathering. But I did do some because I wanted to put a couple things in perspective. And it was some numbers coming out of the euro zone. When I get back. I'm gonna talk about that. It's critically important.
"nemec" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Ella mayo donor. Yeah. This Turner was like who cares? At chance William said, I had a high school teacher tell me that is a gay, man. I should be pro-life because of every unwanted pregnancy was terminated. I would never be able to have kids which I guess is a long game of saying because you've been our region. I guess yeah. Exactly. Who will you adopt who will you. But by the way, he's he doesn't also include science in any of that. Oh, also idiot. If you have enough money, you can literally pay a woman to be your surrogate, and you can have that's what I mean you own babies science. Just like that Thomas Dolby song at remember that from the eighties when there's ladders in it. But no, I don't listen to that. At don't don't deal. At don't don't do which I love said Toronto two thousand seven one day instead of gyms, some guests adults and members of our all straight gay straight alliance talk to us. So okay. This is a gay straight alliance, which is a club in a school made up of only straight people. My assumption is because gay people were afraid to join it or or nerve udub. I mean, they were to closeted into nerve, quote, unquote filled with allies. Yes. Okay. But still a little bit. It's and there's nothing wrong with joining that as an ally. But there is something wrong with then those allies telling you how to be gay which is what happened here. So they say there wasn't really sex Ed covered. But I remember being told that bullying was bad. The village people were not gay and that one of us was probably gay. The way I read that tweet. The village people think I kept thinking about what why would they even bring it up get rich? The seven I guarantee that was the longest part of that discussion. Everything else was like a minute. And then there was like an hour on whether or not the village people were gay and why or why not I had zero ever come out as gay? I don't know nor do I care at all. I want to say like my personal sex, Ed, which I've said before has was non existent for queer sex education, actually, very good teacher for. Man. Which included safe sex and everything and I think maybe we talked about aids for a second. But you didn't talk about orgasms digit. We did she talk about female orgasm. Yes. Yeah. I'm telling you, my sex Ed in terms of heterosexual, straight education was or male penetrating female was wasted on incredible. Yeah. It was wasted on me. But it was incredible. She talked all about the female orgasm was that in the mail organs for her where people doing that behind closed doors. Like, no, no, I don't know. We didn't have to sign a waiver or anything. I don't know. At Nick Nemec says background my school had a drive your tractor to school day. A sex Ed teacher once may throw a basketball through a hula-hoop and then told our class that's aids getting through a conduct. First of all hates can't get through a condom unless it's a basket, Pat. It doesn't look like a basketball going through a hula while you're essentially saying is Joe. You won't find anything bigger and looser than a woman's vagina. Also, you'll find it. Baller than a peanuts. And it'll be ran Europeans. Detaches? Yeah. But also is just roller Pena's into a woman. It's hula-hoop supposed to be the condom or the vagina near the hula hoops supposed to be either the vagina or I guess, it ain't it. So I don't think this teacher thought of that. So the and the basketball is the sperm will, you know, why I don't know. Maybe you're right. Maybe the hula hoop is the condom and the basketballs the sperm. She should have been more specific women's or men's because women's basketball's are slightly smaller, which I can't use because I have massive hands. I need I need. Why why do we need different gender basketball's?.
"nemec" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Huge is migraine, and I was ready to kill everybody. It's not. Go ahead. Yeah. For everybody safety. You could tell you that what could you not give up for forty days? What could you not give up hit us up? Big boys. Eight. You push up. Twenty four. Fresh. Cool. Rowlett? Sure the last name with Iran going. Just. Is here speaking on this man, what could you never give up? He was going down with lyric lyric. Halo. Lyric lyric would could you never give up. Chewing chewing. As. How how long have you been chewing ice? Well, I'm only fifteen years of age. I grew up around my grandmother chewing. So when I. Two and I wa. Wow. Now, let me let me ask you this. Have you had any blood work to see if your Nemec? No, I have not man. Let me tell.
"nemec" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And he had colonoscopy with a massive is a sending his right side of his colon. Hit a circumstantial adenocarcinoma, he was Nemec. He was losing blood cancer was losing blood has hemoglobin was down to ten point seven. He had a colonoscopy three years ago. It was advised to repeat it and he never did. He did not get a cat scan is surgeon. He saw surgeons at all. I can't do a cat scan because you're kidney failure. Well, simple. We arrange for a pet scan which is unrelated to the kidney. So with a surgeon couldn't do a cat scan and the surgeon wanted to do surgery the patient came here for his right sided colon cancer. And we treat colon cancers. And we met the patient. We got a pet scan. We staged them up. We found the cancer only in the as sending colon, and we talked about all the options surgery, and chemo and radiation and combination therapy, and he chose our treatment. Only who's just adamant against surgery adamant, he did not want to have surgery for his colon cancer. And this is the work. We do is stage two cancers and kidney failure with multiple medical problems, high blood pressure cholesterol, diabetes, and he wishes our treatment only have outpatient non invasive. Passive treatment for his colon cancer with a high success rate. This is the work that we do every day. And then we're talking about a man who seventy-five from Croatia. He has widowed without children, but he has a girlfriend he had cancer the base of the tongue eight years ago, squamous carcinoma at standard radiation, another big hospitals who is fine then he had a recurrence a recurrence the tongue and he had a MRI showing that and lymph nodes, and he came here to get staged up to learn about all the options offered to remove the tongue of the floor of the mouth. Elsewhere. It was scheduled for surgery just in one week. And we offered to stage up see where the cancer is. And that's what should have been done. Even before the surgeons plan the surgery. Why would he plan the surgery to remove the tongue and the floor of the mouth in a man who had had standard radiation Kibo before without knowing where the cancer is today what we do. Do is so different. We try to understand what a person has where it is. And explain an answer all the questions. This is what we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Broadway and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City, my sector, Liederman two and.
"nemec" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Iraqi soldiers continuing the fight. Did ISIS soldiers. Terrified Iraqi residents who survived the footage. We got has never been seen before anywhere. It's historic. And as you know, the army did take back the city weakening end depleting ISIS from Iraq. But I still felt like there was more to this story. Isis was able to hold the city for three years. How they do it. Explore that question during my last two days in Iraq. I found something I never would have expected. So that that kind of set you up where goes in the story goes beyond that is what I didn't expect was all of these innovations that they had learned and the scary part was they are now prepared to unleash that. So they're going in just as this generals just talking about they're going into that turtle mode, and all of these things that they've learned all these new tactics that have never been tried. I don't believe I've ever been tried on a on a battlefield. They are. They've now save that up. And they're going to unleash it. The next time they poke their heads out again. I was told by previous president that ISIS was just the JV team. Right. That's not actually the person. He did. President is defeated to true. That's true. Either one of those ethica, right? Yeah. I mean, quite obviously. Well, it'll be interesting to see how that plays out just with you know, it just makes me so nervous that people who were you know, they could tolerate President Trump being elected always said he's going to surround himself with good people know, he's obviously not foreign relations expert, but he's going to have his people around him that he'll listen to. And it sounds like that's not actually the case. Definitely didn't listen to the people. Even if they are really great people in smart. You didn't listen to them in this case? And that's that's very very worse worrisome. And you'll hear that tonight. I'd say the union, I'm sure he's going to, you know, Syria success and ISIS success. But just keep these things in mind when when you hear them talking about that Andrew your top story congressman is proposing to give the president more power power. I think we can all agree that the presidency's become a Nemec week over the last several centuries of American rule. I basically figurehead of. This point courageous Representative Sean Duffy has written legislation. He's a congressman from Wisconsin to give the president more power to raise tariffs. So normally taxation is completely vested in congress. That is what the constitution deigned, and it's meant to be the more vigorous and active branch of government. He's proposing legislation to give the president power to raise tariffs. The the problem. I have with this are multifold. I I don't want congress conceding any more power to the presidency. I don't care who the president is at the time. This isn't even a Trump thing. Congress is overtime atrophied and just gone. You want the president's gonna handle it or this happens a lot unrelated to this me know that we need to do certain things, but they're unpopular so we're just going to give a broad re-met to the EPA or whatever to clean the water, and then they'll do it. And then when they do it will go the PA for doing this, congress does this all the time it needs to actually do its job and part of its job is determining what taxes are going to be raised..
"nemec" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast
"He said never go flying in clothing, you aren't prepared to walk home in. And I think that's a good. I liked that. That was kind of a nice generalized way. You know? It would also apply to don't go flying necessarily in sandals. You know or bare feet, you know, or or whatever, you know. So picking all the fun out of. Yeah. Go fly. Just makes you throw him in the back. I guess what I'm saying here. But so I thought that was an interesting put it don't you be prepared to walk home if you need to. So you know, we could one day. We'll we'll talk more about emergency kits and whatnot. But or emergency. You know supplies. So anyways. What else we got here? I got a bunch of things that I didn't really put in any particular order. Let's see now, David. I couldn't even n max stands for this is from the the callback issue apparently. And you said a lot of sites into end MAC what's and neck near mid air collision. Okay. Okay. It's generally pronounced comeback Nemec limit. Okay. Nemec? All right. Not not exclusively. But no, I hear it that way more often than me Mak Nemec any particular advice from this callback on the subject or pay attention. Yeah. That that was pretty much the root of the is the root of that callback is pilots responsibility for avoiding Clint mid air collisions in the FAA's even been pushing some stuff on and seeing avoid seeing. Void in seeing means moving your head around a lot. And learn some tricks to recognize what that spot getting bigger in that one place in your windshield means that you are on a collision course if it ain't moving into windshield. You all are headed together. Right. Yeah. And. No, exactly, right. Exactly. Right. Our our mid airs getting better or worse or maybe the question. I don't know. Why did it come up in in callback? Well, the started to focus on it. And callback is a reflection of reports pilots and controllers vile with the NASA of aviation safety reported system and callback noted that there been forty two mid-air collisions between what was it two thousand nine and two thousand thirteen which doesn't sound a lot. But for those forty two people that was the combination of a bad day. Yeah. Yes. Can only point out that today happens to be the day that London's Gatwick airport was shut down to several hours after barely multiple sightings of what was termed a large drown in the area, or at least one large drown large being relative term. Of course. So the punchline in thanks. Thank you, David for for highlighting this the punchline is midair collisions can happen anywhere anytime, even even in, you know, what controlled airspace typically, although perhaps counter intuitively. At our collisions occur most frequently near an airport. Good VF are right. Yeah. Well, I mean, I it being near an airport because one that's that's where the money. That's right. You know excel. Yeah. Right. Exactly. That's what's his name. The bankruptcy. That's where the money, that's airplanes airplanes are. Yeah. Good weather because that's when everybody goes flying. So. Yeah. Just be careful out there. Yeah. Yeah. So this good lessons in the in the callback terms of being informative on what happened other people and give you an opportunity to make that own that information. So that you don't become another call back right in. Yeah. Keep your eyes open head swivel xactly. And you know, how? So here's an interesting question that just popped into my head, and I will reference the episode four hundred that we recorded jabbing your airplane flying around Florida and. To what extent do we rely on our passengers to help us keep our eyes open is that a good idea? And I always ask them to you know, point something out if you see it. And and but statistically is that a good idea does that really help statistically, we're all gonna die eventually statistically, maybe as the wrong way to think about it. Typically, I will always especially to to. I was expected show shall I say of pilot rated passengers aviation knowledgeable passengers non or sluice, call them civilians per for example. I will always say, look, you know, I might miss something. You know, I'm not I'm not infallible. Although I try to, you know, make people think I am. So while you're looking out the window look for airplanes if you see one don't scream your head office. Oh my God. We're going to die..
"nemec" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Back to leave me a very detailed texts me, please never speak to me again and just don't tell me. Literally, that's I would. It's so funny because we're so opposite. I would literally do anything in my power to tech someone something I'll go on like online chat and in order to fix something that's going on when I was pick up the phone and call people, I can't even answer when I know the person who's calling. Are you mad at me? And they're like, no, I'm not mad at you. And Michael, what my agents now know their or their assistants? No, no, that before they call me, they will text me, hey, I'm going to call you. It's about this, blah, blah. Is that cool? And I'm a great or they'll send me an Email and the or they'll big, hey, gave you a ring. We wanna talk about this. I'll call you back at this time. Just let me know what it's about. I think that's the thing. I don't like not knowing things. So let me know up front before you let me know when you're calling for a problem. You already know the problem. Oh, about if I have a problem. I don't tell anyone, and that's issue. Name problem is I bottle my problem, please. My needed to get my car service like thirty days ago. And I just like the website wasn't working schedule an appointment. I'll just wait. I'm just Fred Flintstone over the way. I don't really need an oil change like it will happen eventually when the websites working again. Whole areas. Well, this is an advice podcast. It is called just a tip and advice podcast hosted by Nemec and but toon one time I left an able in my car so long than it ferment it. So that's why I have a friend here to help me help you nagging rinks. Did my own after quick internet stock. You've taken all the BuzzFeed quizzes, all of them how single on how on how to how many? Okay. I've taken hundreds and I now have to let it kind of stock pile up over a week so that I can like go take the rest of them because otherwise, I I don't like being q. on top of it because I feel sad and then to do so I've taken honestly hundreds. I know I don't I. But the worst part is, is I take them. I spend all the time. I don't even like backlog the answers. I don't remember what Disney Princess I am. I don't remember what she's I would be based on what city I'm supposed to live in, like based on my favorite frozen yogurt topping, but like I spent the time out of my day to take it and I just didn't know it didn't stick with me. None of us you. It doesn't cause me either. I think I've taken a handful. I probably have taken like what? Office character. What Fred character. Yeah, I'm definitely Monica. Oh, I'm I'm like a combination of Monica. Phoebe and like a little bit of Rachel. But like I'm the combo all the worst things about all of them, like none of the positive agile. That's what part of Monica are you the most? I'm I'm like so controlling and like Sam, my boyfriend is Chandler. Our relationship is like Monica and Chandler constantly big doing that and him being, I don't know, like I. So they just like I like everything has to be done my way, and I'm also like a cook at home, and so I don't. I don't even let people bring like what happened with Rachel and the trifle for thanksgiving. I would never let that happen because I would never let anyone bring any side dishes. Like my friend brought for like we did Saint Patrick's Day party and she brought like green rice, crispy treats, and I'm saying those are really ugly. So I made other desserts. I like right and not have those in the pictures, but you guys can eat them after I have that. I made like I will make something if I know you're bringing Nash potatoes, I will also make mashed potatoes. Just like gone case. They're not good, so fine. I'm not even gonna, eat the mashed potatoes. That's that's how controlling I am. It's terrible. It's not good. It's like not a trait..