35 Burst results for "Nine Months"

US consumer confidence falls in November to nine-month low

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

US consumer confidence falls in November to nine-month low

"Consumer consumer confidence confidence continues continues to to fall fall US US consumer consumer confidence confidence fell fell to to a a nine nine month month low low this this month month that's that's according according to to the the conference conference board board which which says says its its consumer consumer confidence confidence index index dropped dropped about about two two points points to to its its lowest lowest reading reading since since February February the the conference conference board board says says that that concerns concerns about about rising rising prices prices and and to to a a lesser lesser degree degree lingering lingering worries worries about about the the delta delta variant variant were were the the primary primary drivers drivers of of that that decline decline there there was was an an even even larger larger drop drop this this week week at at the the university university of of Michigan's Michigan's gauge gauge of of consumer consumer sentiment sentiment which which fell fell in in November November to to a a decade decade low low I'm I'm surely surely Adler Adler

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 Trump announces launch of media company, social media site

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump announces launch of media company, social media site

"Former president Donald Trump says he's returning to social media but it won't be where you used to find him I'm Ben Thomas with the latest trump says he's launching a new media company with its own social media platform the former president says his goal in launching the trump media and technology group and its truth social app is to create a rival to the big tech company sort of shot amount he was barred from Twitter and Facebook nine months ago for his role in inciting the January six insurrection at the U. S. capitol social media service trump's megaphone in his rise in national politics and as president trump used Twitter daily taking jabs at political rivals and those who crossed him and sometimes to announce policy I'm

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Joe Biden's Poll Numbers Are 'Brutal', Says Jake Tapper

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden's Poll Numbers Are 'Brutal', Says Jake Tapper

"As jake. Tapper put it. Biden's poll numbers are brutal. He is way underwater in fact. Somebody has anybody. Compared biden's poll numbers today to trump's pull numbers eight or nine months into his presidency. That might be an intriguing comparison. I'm sure trump's poll numbers. Were much better but i think they might be better than biden's at the same stage stage of their presidencies.

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Wade, Giants beat D-backs in 9th, hold 2-game NL West edge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Wade, Giants beat D-backs in 9th, hold 2-game NL West edge

"The giants completed the sweep of the struggling Diamondbacks and reduced their magic number to two after they beat Arizona five to four in the last of the ninth month away junior hit the game winning RBI single with the bases loaded in the special in our own first time doing it at all the sell good to do I mean any time you can how contributed a team when it gets instance I mean I mean I guess it makes it a lot better better feeling not to get into outside this is pretty cool buster Posey with a double and two runs driven in and Brandon Crawford his twenty fourth home run for Arizona Madison Bumgarner pitched in San Francisco for the first time against the giants with fans in the stands he went five innings giving up eight hits and four runs the D. backs are nine and thirty one in one run games Riley on San Francisco

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Floridians Believe in Secure Borders

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Floridians Believe in Secure Borders

"Night. We had a terrific event with governor onto santa's then make the just a great great evening. Hundreds of people came to the grand hyatt in tampa bay governor. Santa speaking talking about The strength of florida funny concept floridians. Believe insecure borders as governor. Fantasy pointed out much to the delight of the crowd who came out to the bring small businesses back tour. We believe in secure borders in florida on that. Our country's sovereign and that the borders matter we ban sanctuary cities in the state of florida my first year in office when we started to see the massive surge in texas and governor abbot states. To help we were the first state to send people to help on the southern border and we are proud of that mission. We're also. The state of florida is suing biden over his policy of releasing criminal. Aliens back into our community doesn't like florida because he knows that we show. His policies are failure with respect to the border. And it's getting worse and worse every day with what's going on down there and the fact of the matter is he is created this problem. This is intentional and this is very damaging to our country so we stand opposed to joe biden on that and we think he's failing the country and we think quite frankly probably the worst performance of a first nine months of any president in my lifetime. I can tell you that it is absolutely intentional. He's so right about that. There's no way they're incompetent.

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The Biden Administration Has NO Idea What They're Doing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

The Biden Administration Has NO Idea What They're Doing

"China is on the rise again intimidating. Our friends and partners in south asia north korea is again launching ballistic missiles over the sea of japan. Russia is flexing. Its muscles with putin. Having just won reelection well reelection. Just reinstalling himself. And iran drawn is very happy. We've left afghanistan in cannot believe their luck the senile decrepit old hoskins politician in the white house is seriously thinking of reinstating. The obama era. Jcp away run deal all this all this in the space of less than a year nine months in the fall of kabul with the teen americans and the response what's the response a drone strike that kills an afghan aid worker and children america's back. Oh i didn't mention the sub deal. I i'm in american history. The french of recalled their ambassador because this administration snubbed them in their diesel and nuclear sub. Deal with the australia. What did they tell us. The adults are back. Yeah i'll tell you one thing. They may be add outs. They don't love this country and they have no idea what they're

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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

Start Here

02:02 min | 1 year ago

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra

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Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians

Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

"To the capital tomorrow. I want to read a left-wing tabloids description of why the capital is on alert. This isn't the new york. Daily news headline capital on alert. Fence goes up. Cops are ready for right. Wing rally tomorrow now. I want you to hear this. You gotta hear the way. This is described by the new york daily news again. A left-wing tabloid even in post presidency exile. Donald trump is still raising unsightly walls. That's the first line of the article. Even in post presidency trump is still raising unsightly walls tall black chainlink security. Fence was erected outside the us capitol complex yesterday as workers are getting ready for a storm of trump fans who planned to descend on washington nine months. After the january six assault on american democracy fencing went up outside the capitol out after that deadly riot. Well yeah deadly ashley. Lab at the trump supporter was killed. But it was removed over the summer. Now it's back again as the right wingers prepared a role in the nation's capital saturday. They're going to have justice for j six rally now even the article as comical as it is says. Hundreds of trump's supporters are expected at the rally to protest criminal charges filed against about six hundred people suspected of breaking laws in january. So it sounds like it's hundreds like the hundreds who rioted january six and people and the left is obviously a nancy pelosi's terrified security officials are anxious to avoid any repeat of january sixth when hordes of protesters some armed or really. How many was there one gun found on one person overwhelmed cops in the effort to block congress from certifying biden's victory.

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Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that

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McPherson's 33-Yard Kick in OT Lifts Bengals Over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

McPherson's 33-Yard Kick in OT Lifts Bengals Over Vikings

"The Bengals wasted a twenty one seven lead in the second half before Evan McPherson kicked a thirty three yard field goal as overtime expired giving Cincinnati a twenty seven twenty four triumph over the Vikings Germaine Pratt recover Dalvin cook's fumble to set up the winning drive for Cincinnati Joe Berle threw for two hundred sixty one yards and two touchdowns in his return after major knee surgery nine months ago borough tossed a thirty two yard pass on fourth and inches from the Bengals forty eight to extend their winning drive jamarr chase had one hundred one yards on five receptions including a fifty yard scoring pass from his former LSU teammate I'm Dave very

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"nine months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"nine months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"4 to 6. If the left really believed and then made global warming, wouldn't they oppose legalized marijuana? Because it now produces in Colorado, more greenhouse gases than the entire coal industry and Biden about to strip more freedoms in the name of fighting Covid will Americans stand for that? Join me at four. Okay, I want I want to make this quick because Ryan are trying to make up some lost time here. We've got to get these Spots in but I want to say just a couple of things before I come back and give you a little more expanded, Uh, analysis of what the president had to say. Today. First and foremost, I am pro vaccine. Have to Moderna shots in me. I have no qualms about doing that. But I am 100% anti mandate. So come at me all you want This is absolute Bs. And frankly, that the same people the same president who now wants to, I believe unconstitutionally enforce a federal vaccine mandate. By the way, a mandate is not a law the Congress did not pass along. The elected officials did not pass a law the people that are supposed to be the legislative branch. They did not pass a law that says that these companies with 100 Plus employees must either get tested to get vaccinated. Those same people. The president. I've spent the last nine months letting Covid infected migrants come across this border without even being tested. But they want you to follow their mandate. This is Lawyers dream Let me just say real quickly to this is not legal advice, but this is kind of what I mean. I'm vaccinated. So I guess you could say it's safe for me to say this. I'd make them fire me. Make him fire me. For not having been vaccinated. Because then you're lawsuits. Probably a whole lot better than if you Quit. Take your severance. And You're not gonna have a very good argument at that point. And by the way, Mr President Oh, Why didn't you show as much anger? As you did toward passengers and airlines that are frustrated with this Bs about masks. When you show as much frustration and anger toward Americans still being held in Afghanistan, I'll be right back. What's that smell? It's clean Mountain Air, honey, It's good for you. This water feels different. That's fresh water. No chlorine Ray Page County sure is full of new experiences. Hello? Cal told that's dialect. I tis Mom. That's a stalagmite, hiking, swimming,.

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"nine months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"nine months" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I remember reading a while ago that in an interview wonderful actress Christine Baranski had talked about the eighties and what a fabulous time it was in her life. An incredible year. But in following Christine's career, there have been a lot of terrific moments. In fact, we're now celebrating season. Five of the good fight, and you know, Christine, the first time I saw this was almost by accident. I was sort of flipping around the television and this show appeared with you and I had shamed the good Y and it says, the good fight and I am mesmerized. I ran to the phone and called my son who's in the movie business, and said. Quick. You've got to hear this. This is one of the best written things I've ever seen on TV, and it was the good fight. And now, five seasons later, you have a few new cast members this time, but it's an extraordinary show. Congratulations. Thank you. I'm very proud of the show. I'd give almost all of the credit to Robert and Michelle King. Who really are just such brilliant writers, and I think they're the only writers currently writing in television and perhaps film who are actually keeping up with the world in which we live, which, as we know the last many years, it's been pretty crazy world politically and culturally, and there's so many issues and these characters they live in the present tense and the King somehow managed to keep Certain things ordinary them that impact the lives of these people in the law firm and the show is intelligent and thoughtful and provocative, and this season especially, I think it's audacious and funny, and the other great thing about it is we have not only a great cast, but we have the most extraordinary revolving door on great actors who come in and do You know, guest appearances, and they play lawyers and judges or or eccentric, you know, criminals, whatever. And we just have our pick of the finest New York actors. So I've been doing this role for 12 years that the role of Diane Lockhart and I've been with had the privilege of working with the King's now for 12 years, and it's just been Extraordinary. People are finally discovering this show after five years and they're going Wow, This is really, really smart. And the show is so smart when Trump Didn't get reelected. I thought, what are they going to do in this show now, and you are absolutely right on. Everything that's going on is in this show. You're really watching, like real time When you guys said, you know, it's it's you know, as hard as it was about 12 years, he was like a character on the show, and he was a great, uh Great villains from my character to be up against. But since he left office, it's not as though the world is settle down. We've we've had January six black lives matter. The nation is continues to be traumatized. There's there's so much rich material there because we're living in such, you know, interesting, harrowing times. It's not like we are bereft without Donald Trump. We're still feeling the effects of, um Of post Trump presidency Exactly and your new cast members to add to the the depth of this show. That isn't always easy when you bring new people in And I love that then need to Jenkins is part of your crew now. Well, I mean, mandate. I go back to Juilliard. We were students at Julia Go to Julia. And well, he wasn't in my class. He was a few classes below mine. And then we did the workshop of Sunday in the park together. And we have a theater history. You know, we're theater animals, and there he was on the set. And I thought, Oh, God, this is, you know, so often in the show, I wind up working with people with whom I'd work in the theater. But Mandy is just perfect for this role in which he plays this judge. He creates his own kangaroo court, and it uses So many of his marvelous skills, his intelligence and his quirkiness and, you know, he's very committed passionate actors, so he was just a great great gift to our style this year. Right and and a gift to all of us watching this, You know, it was interesting that to hear you grew up in Buffalo, but you would attended Juilliard, which is, of course, the theater school and friends of mine who went to Juilliard during those times said it was so hard so difficult. They cried almost every day. She was survived. Julie are well, I I did survive Juilliard. As I said in several articles, I always thought if you could survive the competition and the that sense of being constantly judged and criticized that that was Julianne that the professional theater Was easy, not the theater is easy or the profession is easy, but it was particularly tough back in the seventies, the drama division and just opened. I was only the third class in and do I regret it? I just got great training. I think the reason I've had such a long and varied careers because I was trained to play all kinds of different world character roles to do what I was doing, we would go from, you know, doing short of doing Shakespeare Restoration, please, Sam Shepard. You know, we we were just always in production for something. We were always working on our voice and our speech. And and when I left, I felt that I had really solid training. Know how they say you have classical ballet training. It never leaves you. It was It was the equivalent of that kind of classical training that then you have it for you know you. You know how to work on a roll. I had great teachers and you, You know how to use your voice and your body and let's face it, You know, it shows a week is not not every actress, Um Skilled. It has the skill set to do a chose leaks or six months or nine months..

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2015 WSOP Champion Andrew Barber on When the Game Clicked for Him

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:58 min | 1 year ago

2015 WSOP Champion Andrew Barber on When the Game Clicked for Him

"The realization. You you eventually come to. Which i think put realization every poker player has is like cash is going to be better for my sanity than tournaments If i care about the swings adult and so. I started playing cash. But i had gotten into Omaha hi lo through my experience with with going to reno for mixed games and stuff and i just like fired up like a small stakes six handed omaha hi low table in just clicked. It just clicked the way that i've heard other poker players talk about specific formats where they just they. Just get it and i just seem to get it and i i went from. It was fifty cents a dollar to seventy five one fifty on stars within nine months something like that solely solely playing oma hiwa solely playing omaha. Hi lo still dabbling in like Sitting go stuff and some empty teas. But like i became obsessed with the game. I like i had a poker journal. I was always thinking about the game. I was talking to other people about it. I mean like some of my best poker friends or people that i that i kind of met around this time. We're talked omaha. hi lo with. Why do you think it clicked so much. And i'll follow up question down. The line is also why did mixed games resonate with you so much well. I don't know if everyone's experienced this. But i kinda got bored with simplicity of holdem. I mean i respect that like it is A game that can be Extremely deep And that you can run. Sim after sim episode in different spots. but i think ultimately i didn't like the lack of complexity in strategies And with mixed games you have like you know constant variation like i love playing a multi game mix. Where like the game is changing every orbit. So it's like okay. Let's shift is something new. I think maybe i get bored. Or i liked shifting gears and thinking of the different way but omaha. Hi lo is. I love split park games first of all so like if i were to rank my favorite game split games are going to be at the top of the list. I love the idea that we're like playing two games simultaneously like that's really cool to me. you know it's So there's that i think there's this Maybe a concept that came naturally to me that maybe other struggle with is kind of seeing where my hand is on a spectrum like the weaker your low hand is the sorry. I'm making the Are you relatively familiar with them. A high low. I know the rules of how became operates. Okay so there's there's these trade offs that like the worst year low hand is the better. Your hand has to be and vice versa and just seem to understand where my hand fell on that that distribution You it's not often that you have like the nuts and the high side in the nuts and the low side and especially playing shorthanded or heads up You're gonna have a trash on both ends chair. It's kind of like trying to understand. How does my trash measure up to my opponents trash in what's that might like my optimal strategy here So yeah i really. I took to that in that. I think the game was also like Poised for a Poised for evolution like it was a very people are still playing a very primitive elementary strategy. There was like a little more not pedley back back then. And i was able to take advantage of that that i think i just saw There's maybe an holdem analog. That could be made

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Texas Law That Bans Abortion After About 6 Weeks Takes Effect

Pivot

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Texas Law That Bans Abortion After About 6 Weeks Takes Effect

"Texas law banning abortions. After six weeks went into effect yesterday law prohibits abortions wants cardiac activity can be detected an embryo which very early the law also allows. This is sort of twist allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and anyone else who gives who helps a woman obtained an abortion in texas including even an uber driver who might have given a woman a ride to the clinic. The law makes no exception for rape or incest. The supreme court refused to block. The banner has now materializing a huge threat to roe versus wade. So what do you think under his eye. Where are we in the handmaid's to be the fruit. Blessed the fruit. It'd be fruit here not to joke about something so serious but let's not but to joke but not joke tweeted something yesterday And that is this that why men think they have something to say as much. They think they want to say about this when their contribution to the reproductive process last six or seven seconds. Maybe eight if it's been awhile and women for the next nine months and then feeding the baby breastfeeding afterward do all the heavy lifting all right. This is this. Is the women's show here and men want piece of this action like they've got something to say here it's dictatorial. This is i think janet jackson said it. Best in the first five seconds for in nineteen ninety-six smash album control okay. This is a story about control. Okay like it's about power and control. This is full handmaid's tale. That's one thing. The other thing as it relates to roe v. Wade as i understand roe v wade in nineteen seventy-three also texas with the same issue the supreme court as i understand it felt that texas's laws or whatever regarding abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy about privacy. So what is it about this new situation. That is also not a violation of privacy.

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Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore

"Me what your story look. Like entering the world of cards. Okay well my book. Our journey began will buy in one poker book. I by syria. Fokker buysc lansky. How how old were you at. How are you are you now. I thirty seven now. This was like twenty years ago. Marlins and the guy who i bought the book was like a big fino worker books so like we we extend over. Phones became friends. And he invited me to a homing. He played with with other friends. Like thirty. twenty five thirty or guys blame. How are you now thirty seven and then when you got invited to the game twenty five maybe ten ten twelve years five twenty six. And where are you. Where are you from by the way. I'm from argentina. Argentina's how is the poker world in argentina. Now it's like swallow the virus. It's stopped the tournaments We have like long teams here like eight. Nine months Yes we we have got like a boom fokker bod. It started like in a twenty ten years ago more or less. Okay we'll pause there go back to your story so you're getting in poker you get invited. It's a little bit before the argentinian poker boonsak cool a so i became like the venue organizer game because they were playing strange shootout bit. Were the sleep. Players passed to the final table. And i told them guys. You can be reducing that on the tables unplanned like a regular tournament. Okay okay you do. Starting star was like twenty glance. They say no guys with one hundred ignites recovered light his okay well so i change all the tournaments became like the new the new boss of the hong and until now if today that that was ten years ago so it's very good group of friends that that that booker gave me.

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New York Times' Taylor Lorenz on the Creator Economy

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:54 min | 1 year ago

New York Times' Taylor Lorenz on the Creator Economy

"The wren's who covers tech culture and online creators for the new york times started doing this work at the atlantic. And i just loved every bit of it. She is also the author of the forthcoming book extremely online the rise of the online creator and creation of a new american dream. Taylor thanks so much for coming on. Yeah thanks for having me. So tell us about the economy parts of creator economy and what we mean when we say these terms yeah Well the term creator economy only emerged in the past year. I'm really the past nine months but the industry has been around for a lot longer. So you may have heard of the influencer economy or like the online celebrity world All of it refers to essentially people making money by building audiences an influence on the internet. And then monetize ing those audiences. So you can think of twitch. Streamers youtube stars instagram influencers. All of these people are part of the broader quote unquote creator economy or creators and influencers. The same thing yes. Creators influencers are the same thing and the word creator was actually coined in its modern usage by youtube. Back in twenty eleven He wrote a piece on this but when the marketing industry cold in the mid twentieth tens the word influencer became popular because it was really a way to talk about sort of multi-platform creators. So the word creator was so synonymous with youtube. Instagram irs. viner's wouldn't call themselves that So they sort of started calling themselves creators and influence right. They start calling themselves. Influencers influence was always the term sort of most popular throughout the mid twenty tense but in the past year as the tech industry has kind of embraced this whole world. It's flipped back to creator as as sort of preferred at platform agnostic term.

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The Method to Joey Votto's Madness

The Lead

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The Method to Joey Votto's Madness

"Trend joey. Votto is a couple of weeks away from his thirty eighth birthday and he's really been having a renaissance season that includes a pretty big milestone recently. Can you give us a sense of how good vital has been this year and in particular. How good he's been the last four or five weeks it's mind-blowing honestly like i used to always say this and i think i'd finally stopped following my advice that you never underestimate joey about it and you know he struggled the last couple seasons and i started doubting it and starting downing if he could be joe yvonna again and not only is he joey votto. He's the two thousand ten joey. Votto which is the young kid who won an mvp and then got a ten year two hundred and fifty million dollar extension. You know you saying unless four weeks last four weeks last month. Not only did he hit home. Runs in seven straight games. It nine months and i said hammers setter failed brandon at seven executive women. Joey since that started he's hit sixteen. Total home runs tweaking. And here's another rate little nugget over the last you could spend two or three weeks or in the span nick. Cassiano says batted ahead of joey bottle and got hit four times each of those four times that. The opposing pitchers hit nicasio. Joey votto was followed with a home run

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General Motors Recalls All Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

General Motors Recalls All Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk

"Recalling its bolt electric vehicles for the third time in nine months over the risk of battery fires. GM once battery maker LG to cover the cost of the recall, which could reach $1 billion. The recall covers all bolts from the model years 2019 through 2022 Bitcoin

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The Life of George Reresby Sitwell

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Life of George Reresby Sitwell

"Human beings are all different every experience shapes us into the kinds of people we become. No one thing is responsible. Each of us is the product of nature and nurture working together. Sometimes that results in the next world leader other times it leads to a life of for one man. His unique upbringing didn't guide him toward thievery or murder but he did wind up serving as a member of parliament. He also found himself as the topic of conversation both during his life and afterward george rears be sit. Sitwell was born in january of eighteen sixty to a wealthy family. His father sir sitwell rears be sitwell was a baronet a hereditary title just below that of a baron and above a nights sadly. The man passed away when george was only four years old. All the property he owned prior to his death was passed down to his son and so was his debt. But that didn't stop the child from being proud of who he was. He had a knack for making himself the center of attention. Soon after his father's death george had been writing on a train when he announced his name entitled to a fellow passenger he told the man i am four years old and the youngest baronets in england to say george was difficult would be an understatement and then difficulty manifested itself in various ways for one. He was ambitious becoming a member of parliament before he turned thirty. He also married young when he was twenty. Six and lady ida denison was only seventeen. The pair tied not although it was clear from the start that they were horribly wrong for each other only days into their marriage. Denison fled back to her family's home. She hated her new husband and more than that. She hated the expectations that came with being a wife. They forced her to return to him though which she did but she resented everyone for it nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl angering her husband who had hoped for a male heir. It would be another years before their first son. Osbert was born in eighteen. Ninety

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"nine months" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"nine months" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"I don't know that he's wrong like it. Because if he played in college we would have seen him more and he would've been on a national television twice a week for four months. He was on national television som- but like some in games that people i mean. Espn two maybe at one thirty. Yes technically national television. But he was never playing in primetime where people were like finding the game like unless you're really into the draft. You're not watching the night. So i do think there's like some truth to what he said. Which is people basically what what he was saying was if people would have seen me play against college players on national television then they'd be talking differently about who's going number one. I'm not sure he's wrong. Because we can be dismissive of the g. league in the sense that it just takes you totally off the radar relative to to what happens to you if you go play kentucky or kansas or auburn or whatever but he it. He was playing against grown men who were really good. College players like his final game for the g. league. He scored thirty in a game against a team. That had knicks. Douse casse gary. payton henry. Yellen will not not that gig. Gary the other gary payton. The second attack was very good. College player. I know the idea of jalen green playing against the glove a hell of a visual. My favorite part of the last in one of my favorite parts of the last day of the glove michael jordan said. I had no problem with the glove. They've got this clip of gary. Payton talking about you know a series might have been different. If i had a guarded. Mj from the job michael's watching it and he's i. I had no problem with the glove. The anti j. simpson's story indeed. yes so. Could you argue that scoring thirty against the team with knicks. Douse skus gary payton. The second henry ellinson and other notable college products who are now twenty five year old professionals. Is that more impressive than scoring thirty in college. I think you could argue. It is for sure but even as you say that just a quick aside like it's so funny how sometimes when you talk to coaches are scouts. They will have such an amazing keen and foresight on some of this stuff and sometimes you're talking on background off the record and it just their dispute. I remember sitting next to a very well respected then assistant in college basketball when we saw henry. Ellen's play and this guy was like i'm telling you this guy is going to be a five time. Nba all star going against jalen green and it goes. Sometimes there are occasional. Misbehavior very nice player. But when you brought his name up. I didn't even know he was in that game. But it just like you know just goes to show you. I hope he's making his way toward a A respectable return to the nba. All the same would jalen. Green have been the conversation for a number one. If you went to college. I think the answer unequivocally is yes particularly when i look at what What auburn was doing last season in a very bizarre like again. Let's i'm operating under the idea that he would played for bruce pearl at auburn so just specifically with that and we look at what the tigers were. What were the other schools involved. Oregon was involved. Memphis was involved yeah. It came down to oregon auburn memphis. I think i think you're right on that. But like sheriff. Cooper who certainly wanted to get his was a freaking dynamo now. Auburn was just up and down bad. They were expected to be bad. There were thirteen and fourteen. But you put jalen green on that team. I think he's good enough to where at the very least like auburn is slurring getting into retirement. They were even close to that and if that was the case i just think that he would he would been better position to be in the conversation for number one then he is now even though what you bring up in terms of the competition. Who's playing it's legitimate but again to me. I think this is also just the nature of the reality of what the what the g. league program is right like the trajectories of jalen green and jonathan coming months notably. Because they're the two guys that are going to go top five top six they will. They will ignite the story of of of the g. league night program because this is this going to be something five ten years from now for mocking players for the twenty thirty one. Nba draft will six or seven of the top twenty six and that year. Be drafted by way of this g. league program or or will this not even exist the way we know it in three or four years because of the age menem's it's going to be very interesting and so i think there's still plenty of skepticism over over all of this even if that's unfair to jalen green specifically but it starts with him and And i think because he's so offensively gifted there's no shot he drops out of the top five like none. He is going to go in the top five. That's why he is in the rotation in this podcast series where we're talking about him because his gifts on that end are frankly. They are undeniable because he can get to the rim. He's not super physical but he's got a he can get to the rim with plenty of gusto. Good mid range game solid. Three point game overall and on a certain level. That's just going to be irresistible particularly. We'll have to wait and see how the lottery shakes out but particularly for a team that lands in at two three four spot. That is going to need some more offensive pop. He's going this is. This is a lack of locks. He will go. I agree with that. I would consider him as high as number two. And there's no way. I let him drop further than four. Yeah i would agree. The only three players. I would consider taking in front of our k. Cunningham jalen suggs inevitably mobely commingle. Who's the other consensus. Top-five prospect was on the same team in the same program. Just not as good. So i take him as high as two. I've taken care cutting. Remember one no matter what franchise for you know whether i'm right or wrong. That's what i'm doing. And then i would consider jalen. Green is highest to and i would does not get past four for me and my my point earlier was just for whatever it's worth. He performed well against professionals as a nineteen year old. We can debate what that's worth. I just insist. It's not worth nothing. And i could argue. It's it's as impressive not more than what basically anybody did in college basketball. Any real prospect lottery prospect did in college basketball this past season super explosive player natural gifted score like i said probably the best score in the draft great first drip a great first step great leaper on backdoor cuts incredible bounce. He can finish at the rim. Chew from the three point line and also possesses a mid range game like he can score from all three levels. He already has a step back game at six six. If six and we'll get to that in a minute he can get that shot off easily. The step back three is a shot. Most great guards now have and he can make that shot already. You mentioned samba zini. Who will let you in a minute. Sam writes that. He'll have him graded higher entering this draft and he had anthony edwards. I saw that. And i think i would agree with that but i was also down on edwards compared to most last year. But that isn't. I was down on edwards compared to most but he was really good as a rookie like he had some big scoring games. And so that. Sam is higher on jalen green at this point in their careers that he was on a anthony edwards at the exact same time i think is interesting because sam somebody i respect as an evaluator. He shot jalen green. A good percentage from three thirty six point five but there were some oh for games in there so. He's more of a streaky shooter. Dinner reliable shooter like he might go six seven or one of seven six seven one game one of seven the next so. He's more of a streaky shooter than a reliable shooter. But but but that's not a major concern. He can make that shot. That's all you need to know. As far as weaknesses we talked about you know his willingness to guard. Like if you're an athlete with size it's up to you whether you're guarding or not. There are some people who can't guard because they're too little or they can't move their feet. Whatever but when you're an athlete aside it's up to you. You can guard if you want to. So he has never shown a real desire to be great on the defensive end of the court. But i'm gonna assume just based on his size athleticism he..

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"nine months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"nine months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here for nine months experience that I'm the one taking care of critical patient on all stuff like that, And then now they're taking care of me. She says she wants to inspire other people with covert to not lose hope and to keep fighting. Many people in L. A are still shopping for Christmas gifts in person, even with covert stay at home recommendations. Thousands of last minute shoppers have been standing in social distance lines for stores at the Citadel outlets. We've seen a steady stream of shoppers coming out to finish their Christmas shopping's especially right now we're shipping. There's quite a bit of delay in your you might not get your online purchases and time. Outlets. PR director Clara Sang says the large crowds of the outlets are misleading because people are actually waiting in lines to get into stores. That can only be a 20% capacity. Everyone is required to wear a mask and keep moving unless they're in a line. Health officials in Illinois say the covert 19 situation is still very serious. Today is the first day that we are back down in both our cases and are positivity below where we were and think that Thanksgiving and it's still not good. Illinois public health director Dr Allison are, Watty says the first mass vaccination sites will be set up next week in Chicago, the hardest hit place in Illinois. Walgreens has agreed to pay $3.5 million to Riverside and 44 other counties to settle a lawsuit over improper waste disposal. Prosecutors say that waste included and medications, batteries, aerosol products and other hazardous materials. Company was also sued for.

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"nine months" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"nine months" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And Chuck Sana. It was approximately nine months ago, when investors were melting down, selling stocks as quickly as they can. Major indexes around the globe were in free fall, and then all the sudden the Federal Reserve stepped in and said, Yeah, we might buy some of that. Paper that nobody else seems to want to buy if we need to, And that was like the brakes put on the decline in equity markets and in the bond market. Quite frankly, today we sit here wondering whether or not the Federal Reserve is going to act in a similar fashion in the year, 21 Hi, everybody. It's Barry and Chuck with you sitting here and I maintain truck, the unsung heroes of 2020. R. Jerome Powell and Steven Mnuchin. Yeah, I think And we've talked at length about you know some of the measures that were taken back against starting kind of early march with the Fed cutting rates, But then, you know, ramping up with some of the additional things that happened over the next two or three months. Certainly, I think that you could make the case that You know, some of the programs that the Fed rolled out, you know, might not have had, you know, might not, you know, function in the way that we want the bond market to function in the long run, But I think the case was rightly so that they were necessary in the short term to provide liquid backstops to a lot of these bond markets and debt markets in order to, you know, make sure that the financial plumbing still worked in the United States. On the big question. That folks have heading into 2021. Given what we're likely seeing on the fiscal side coming in the next few days is Hey, the Fed has said that they are willing to stomach some higher inflation, and they want to try to keep bond yields low to the question that you end up with here is OK. If that's the case, are they going to prove it in back it up with their app actions? In the event that we start to see a little bit of inflation creeping into the market in 2021. That's that's what investors they're looking for. Now from the Fed. It's It's not at this point. Hey, you know we're worried about, you know, over employment yet, but it's hey, there might be an awful lot of money that tries to make its way into the economy and the next year if we see inflation, what's the fed gonna do about it? Right, And I think that's the million dollar question because I think you could have inflation. I anticipate I've talked about it in the past. I anticipate major labor shortages and I think you could see run on certain commodities so inflation is something but they've somewhat indicated that they would let it run a little bit hot. I don't know that they'd realize inflation around at 5%, but If it ran it 3% for a couple of years. Would that be the end of the world? The problem is that inflation seldom runs in 3% for a couple of years. Yeah, you know, it's like 10%, then. If you look at how inflation typically shows up, it's very rare that it's just Oh, hey, like inflation, went from 2 to 3% and just hung out there and stayed. It's You typically see again? This is kind of what we've seen. Just historically, we typically either see these, You know, short bursts where you know you have periods like the 19 seventies of the late 19 forties where it shows up in spades. Or you have periods where The last 10 years, the Fed was trying to generate inflation. They couldn't do it. They didn't show up, no matter what they did, so you know, it's there's not a ton of middle ground unnecessarily, and I think that's because of the mechanics of how these inflationary a deflationary pressures tend to work. All right. Hey, the Northeast is about to get hit with a pretty severe snowstorm. Big question is, how are these outdoor dining facility is going to do anything about places like New York and Boston. And cities in between. You know, these restaurants have been trying to make a go of it by offering outdoor dining and they're doing it successfully, even in the winter. What do you do when you get a foot of snow? Look, we We've seen these restaurants setting up these plastic egg lose now they're just gonna have real ones. Yeah. You know it's looking, you know, Building Eagle eat inside of it. Wow, What a dining experience for 2020. It's looking in all honesty, It's going to be hard and this is something where you know, I think A lot of restaurants were fortunate that for much of the false being stayed relatively compared to how New England falls can be relatively warm and dry. I think that unfortunately, getting hit with a major winter storm in mid December, you know it is going to draw a rather abrupt end to this on. Do you know some of the problems that you're gonna have to just, you know, logistical ones? Look, there's only so much place that if if you're down in like northeastern Pennsylvania There's only so much plates space that you can actually put snow you know. So like when you get dumped 2 ft of Snow like Pennsylvania is going to get in the eastern part of the state. What the heck is Philadelphia going to do? You know, like there's only so many places you can put it. You can't just say, you know, shoveled off the sidewalks and put it. You know, it's you're going to run out of space and some of these urban areas just from a logistical perspective, you know, unless you start, you know, literally trucking it out out of the city in order to make it work. So you know, I continue to tell people Do what you can to support your restaurants. I'm doing it this year. I'm buying a bunch of gift cards and I normally hate giving gift cards..

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"nine months" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Old and I had the nine month old And then I met told was in a stroller and the rule at at the zoo is You have to wear your muzzle. I mean, I mean your mask, You have to wear your mask going in. And then they have some some zones inside the zoo that are required for mask wearing. So you know the part where you go out to the Africa exhibit, and there's the like the bridge out. Where you You feed the giraffes. That's a mask required zone. And there are a couple of others where and I mean I'm assuming it's because everybody's lining up to feed the giraffes and it Z kind of means an outdoor but semi enclosed space, so I mean, I get it. I get why they're doing it. And in the bridge becomes, you know full of people. And so that's one of the places where they have signs and they actually have zookeepers or zoo employees. Whatever they are that remind you to put your mask on. And and so we did that. And when we walked in, I put I put, you know, I told the six year old but put your mask on and I put my mask on. Obviously, the infant doesn't need a mask. Um Although, although I've seen online some people do make little tiny masks for little tiny babies and stick him on there. But once we got in, they said, Well, you can. You can just you know, social distance and and be smart and it's outdoors. It's I mean, it's in a park for crying out loud, so you don't have to wear your mask. And so, obviously, as soon as we walked through the the entry to the zoo, I took mine off and I told six, Take your mask off. And so he did. And then we went around. We went to eat well. The eating area they're out by the Africa exhibit is beautifully done. I mean the measures E that they did, and the zoo board and Scott Barton and his team I mean The zoo is such a tremendous resource. So you go through the restaurant area. Don't have to wear a mask. You get in line to order your food, and you have to wear a mask. So I put my mask on. I got busted by the girl at the register for not standing on the pause. They have paused, painted on the on the area where you're supposed to stand in line. I was about 18 inches in front of the pause that I was supposed to be on. And I back I had I was asked to back up and I and I did. I mean, I Don't get me started. Really? Well, actually get me started because that's what I'm supposed to be doing in here with you folks is Tosto not only get me started, but you get you started to for the week. So I ordered the food. I got the food sat down. We ate Is great. Um Baby actually ate some French fries, which I don't know if that's good for nine months old, but I smashed him up real good. So baby ate the eight the French fries. And then we we went torto around the zoo. But I will tell you this. I saw hundreds of people out there yesterday. And My sons and I were the only people in the zoo. I mean, maybe a handful. Maybe I saw three or four people not wearing their masks. But everybody else Woz And I felt weird. Felt weird because I was the only one That wasn't wearing my mask and again, there were probably 456. Maybe maybe, and this is pushing. It may be seven people who were not wearing their masks as they were walking around in the outdoors in the in the sun in the fresh air, walking around from exhibit to exhibit. Everybody did. Everyone did, including small Children. 3456 years old had masks on And so when? When I say I felt weird, I didn't feel lacking. I didn't feel deficient. I didn't Didn't feel shame, but it kind of felt like a bad person. And I I'm not a bad person. I But the whole thing is working, really the whole mask wearing thing. It's really, really working. I mean, if they can get old Clint out in the open air in a park And I am not a mask fan and call in and tell me I'm a gram a killer. But if I can walk around in the open air in a park on a sunny day, far from others and not wear a mask, and everyone else is walking around in the open air in a park on a sunny afternoon, and they are wearing their masks. Who's wrong? Who's wrong? I mean, we've seen the studies come out, and you've heard him here on Cam J. You've seen him online. Sometimes they say that you know, the study out of out of Denmark says that the masks are bad. And and this study out of Rutgers University says that masts are good. But I mean, ultimately When we look back on this And I don't know whether that's gonna mean Obviously, the Biden administration is going to cure coronavirus just like they cured cancer, right? But when we do look back, and when historians look back, and when and when we all look back.

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"nine months" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Past nine months, My administration has initiated the Single greatest mobilization. And U. S history, pioneering, developing and manufacturing therapies and vaccines in record time. Numbers like nobody's seen before. No medical breakthrough of this scope and magnitude has ever been achieved this rapidly this quickly. And we're very proud of it and had tremendous help from the military generals, Admirals and many of the great people at the White House operation Warp speed is unequaled. And unrivaled anywhere in the world and Leaders of other countries have called me to congratulate. Us on what we've been able to do, and we've helped Many countries with the ventilators and all of the problems they were having, and I'd like to congratulate everyone involved in this effort. It's been an incredible effort as a result of Operation Warp speed. Visor announced on Monday that it's China virus vaccine is more than 90% effective. This far exceeds any and all expectations. Nobody thought they'd get to that level and we have others coming, which we think will be an equal level, maybe more if that's possible. In July, My administration reached an agreement with visor to provide $1.95 billion To support the mass manufacturing and distribution of 100 million doses. With the option to purchase a total of $600 million shortly thereafter. Our investment will make it possible for the vaccine to be provided by Fizer free of charge, FISA said. It wasn't part of warp speed, but that turned out to be a Unfortunate misrepresentation. They are part that's why we gave them the 1.95 $million billion and It was an unfortunate mistake that they made when they said that we will work to secure an emergency use authorization. Which should be coming down extremely soon, and my administration within coordinate the distribution of the vaccine. And it will be approved. I think again it will be approved very, very quickly. We.

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"nine months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Four Broadway Broadway thirtieth street in the heart of New York City photo of the man who is also eighty years old this is Amanda came from Trinidad he has three children came with his daughter's sister prostate cancer and he had some treatment for the prostate cancer he has congestive heart failure nature of her relationship with relations with the heart doesn't beat regularly and that often leads to congestive heart failure void colonoscopy was found to have a cancer to pilot the cancers of the transverse colon he had colon Oscar ACPI done has no bleeding he has no pain is on a blood thinner for the atrial fibrillation yes is the mass of the masters thickening in the colon there's a massive transfers Colin this was done on one of the big super duper hospitals and wise you with us was with us because he wants to be treated without cutting without surgeries eighty years old is in heart failure is not in great shape as heart disease and he knows that if they open him up at his age and his condition he may not survive the hospital stay whereas with us we have a track record using radio surgery for colon cancers non invasive no cutting no bleeding no hospital stay this is the work that we do every day every day this is what we do every day and so many people come for innovative treatment which they do not seem to get elsewhere he was at one of the big hospitals and he's here now what about a man is fifty three years old his from Kiana is fifty three years old he works for UPS yes two daughters said blood in the urine it was hit by his doctor the cat scan and the cat scan showed a mass in the bladder this was already nine months ago nine months ago he had a mass in his bladder he's never smoked but he's been around second hand smoke is weight is one sixty same as two years ago his height as five foot six seasons Zamin dem exam is normal his blood in the urine is a mass many needs to have an evaluation the needs to have both biopsy that mass to see what it is that we've made all the arrangements for him as we do something immediately this is what we do every day at thirteen fifty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City I don't talk about a patient who's seventy four is a cancer on the left knows a very extensive cancer of the left knows it's biopsy positive he came to me was seen by a dermatologist he had a basal cell cancer of the left nose we see so many people with skin cancers he was seen by several surgeons and dermatologists they would do radical surgery you're talking about we're moving the left part of his nose which should be removing a substantial share of the nose this is the first skin cancer of his life he has no lumps or bumps you never smoked is referred to a doctor for surgery said to surgical opinions and he came here because he does not want to remove part of his nose the masses about two and a half centimeters it's about an inch so it's a very big mass of the left knows what he chose our treatment of the tumors going away it's basically gone away after a few treatments and that's the work we do every day every day we see patients with skin cancer other cancers brain cancers lung breast prostate and bladder liver pancreas this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and I saw a woman who's fifty two shoes from Haiti she's fifty two she has three children she came with her daughter she had a breast cancer two years ago she was never treated she was never treated then finally she went to one of the big hospitals and from one big house for another big hospital the big hospital divest activity they did a mastectomy they found cancer of the lymph nodes under the breasts of pectoral notes actually notes and **** standard treatment the big hospital and the cancer quickly came back it came back in the brain and the long and she started chemotherapy and his scans of the body showing the cancer of the brain and lungs she coughs a lot you short of breath she has stage four cancer she's two hundred twenty pounds and examined her so should the swollen are most likely swollen arm for the mastectomy and Louis again like to do the treatment of the woman once but when patients come to us ninety percent of time they want treatment without removing the breast so.

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"nine months" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Got no some some nice fresh Loki sense they got the order right obviously they got face and body lies the face and body was damaged houses as the okay you know that's not really come with you know with this kind of this kind of thing so right old spice got a step ahead of everyone there may I use it I use I love it and it's cells and stores now so on the one us no good and yeah be a little more just moved of its mould spice old just move in stores right now and I would be remiss not to ask you about Kobe number four you've left here because we you know we're we're well aware of your affinity for him and how you posted the fact that you put mama mentality on your shoes and he responded to you this past summer what was that like for you to get on the nine months I saw my dad and I was I was upstairs in LA when I made a video it's without Kobe a call he responded and my manager tell you he does something happen house I just started screaming and then I've really never been star struck them of course I was able to me Kobe but you know me my dad would talk about cars did I don't think I'm in a position I am today went out you know have been a fan of Kobe Bryant I'm still a you know I have great parents and but you know my dad someone who introduced me to call Brian and I just kind of this phone love with you know just that them the mob mentality that the the relentless approach the way that he cared and so you know even being a father now and having a daughter and you know as I know things going around saying grow dad and that that is the the way his lies down the way his work ethic I try to add to my game and I I know I'm years away from that and I may never reach that but if I can have half the impact Colby had on on myself in other in other people to to the kids gonna watch a football that dot the I think that's would be one the best things I can do now is my family but also to honor represent code I don't know if it's again you know when your hang around here to Superbowl week and and and you're trying to figure out about the game and sometimes are filling time on a show like this one I I don't know if I'm going too deep here but just hearing so many of the players talking about Kobe and what he meant to them and how the mob mentality we just heard from U. K. and how it is so woven in your DNA as a player our I'm wondering if in on that so many guys in this field on Sunday and be honoring Colby that we may see the most well executed Superbowl in the history of the game and I'm I'm asking a player if you think I'm thinking it too deep or what we're not a single I don't think so I think even when you just look at going on on social media is high school games and there's there's is a community college freshmen who dropped eighty one points airball his last week though to make sure that it will points there's a high school Basil player who was twenty four and the crowds chain Kobe and hit the game winner the I I I agree with you a hundred percent no we were saying that then this is one of the the biggest you know zilch is a devastating event that happened in but just like the impact as having other people and you know the impact that you can see that Colby had on us so many individuals is is truly amazing and then not only with the loss of called the book of the loss of his daughter for me being a father being a young father and you know what our C. was hurt when I found Kobe when I finally passed away other than.

"nine months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After nine months of a grinding military conflicts on the edge of the Libyan capital Tripoli the pace of diplomacy a suddenly picked up on Sunday a sporadic truce came into force between the warring sides the U. N. recognize government to fight as al Sarraj and the Libyan national army under its rebel commander Kelly for half that and to date the two men are in Moscow for talks the Russians who of Brody back channel half those forces I'm not alone in the deal brokering Turkey is also at the table and it supports the Libyan government side confusing certainly but the talks also be productive Jello high Chow is the Libya specialist at the Clinton doll institute and international relations think tank in the Netherlands so what is happening today in Moscow Russia is effectively posing this notion that you can actually act as the Big Brother diplomatic umbrella for all kinds of mediation and negotiation efforts that really should have happened under west institution what's in the policy really had its hands but the drag its feet it turned out to be very very slow I mean the key is to read E. underscore the fact that Russia has invested very little people tend to forget that because we remember Syria we imagine a very assertive Russia and that's not the case at all Libya Russia is involved yeah but to a much lesser extent the big engine the big powerhouse in terms of supporting Marshall have started to be off from the outside is not Russian it's in Marathi so that's the the county diplomatic game that Russia has played in Libya but what about the actual practicalities on the ground we have this truce it's been agreed that has been holding to a certain extent but to what extent is this meeting in Moscow actually going to bring an end to the conflict arounds Tripoli it is not going to bring an end it's probably going to trigger he reduction in terms of the intensity of the of the conflict so I'm not saying it's completely bogus but we should not view it as an event the whereby pieces subtly breaking out in Libya the priority for the Russians today is to send a very impressive very powerful message and it's mainly about show business it's about image and and you many in the west particularly the Europeans but if you look at the details of all the managers very sophisticated measures that were described today they're all require a lot of time and the old very difficult to implement what about the people of Libya do we know where they stand in in terms of support for the U. N. recognize government versus the the Libyan national army under general have to you do me a lot of people in Tripoli that are against the magicians there is people are exhausted them very disillusioned because they know that the militias that have been holding the fort also very corrupt the day don't really represent the the public in an honest fashion and they kind of would like to hope to see some kind of a clean victory on the part of pasta but at the same time when you to integrate them on that aspect they also admit that that victory cannot exist because the war that was initiated by Haftar obviously is not realistic it engenders a lot of destruction a lot of deaths and it's not something that comes out to be feasible when America on all of this well America is to be split in two you have the typical career diplomats or the typical Pentagon person in uniform those people were trained to see Russia as an adversary but what matters here politically is what is decided by the secretary of state well more importantly by the person who is inside the oval office and those individuals are completely fine with Russia playing a big role in the Middle East and that was Libya specialist Jalal hot shower in those talks in Moscow you're listening to news out from the BBC world service stay with WNYC coming up this morning at ten o'clock it's the Brian Lehrer show here why so little of the millions of tons of trash generated in New York City is recycled and composted despite the public's efforts plus I never trump Republican weighs in on who the Democrats should pick as they are twenty twenty presidential candidate that's coming up on the Brian Lehrer show this morning at.

"nine months" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The chip Roy congressman from Texas a Republican we discussed as you might imagine the biggest stories of the day impeachment and Iran here's part of my discussion with the congressman so let's saw while we have you jump in here I want to start with what we saw yesterday a complaint from senator Mike Lee a guy that I really like and respect and his colleague also a Republican in the Senate rand Paul who's been on the show they were very displeased with the the whole conversation that was had behind closed doors in the briefing about the Iranian intelligence involving sold mainly I understand you were in the house version of that briefing your thoughts on what at least you heard on your and and perhaps some thoughts on on why some of your Republican Senate colleagues are so upset okay I appreciate that and appreciate your perspective on how you approach this of course of are that way senator Mike Lee is one of my culture from the Washington generally was raising I think appropriate questions about the nature of the creaking he received I spoke to him last night I don't want to characterize our private conversation or talk about class type stuff that I'm not allowed to talk about please don't I can characterize it this way this the senator was simply responding to the fact that key and if you were calling for asking questions that he didn't believe some of the believers were actually answering the way they thought they should they were asking questions that they would simply not really fully respect the nature of what the senator for asking about and I think the creepers awhile to do that based on my Intel to people who are in the Senate creeping in the house creeping I felt that we got pretty good answers to the questions are asked we had about an hour and half believing they they love to whatever the Senate did about an hour and fifteen minutes the briefing that we got gave us a pretty clear picture of what was going on going into the attack on Slimani and that there was very specific intelligence work guarding stole money in regarding what stole money was involved in in terms of planning attacks against American soldiers I can't really say more than that Chicago and I think it's important that the American people though that I think the vast majority of people who were briefed left the room believing that there was significant challenges involving what counsel money was involved in I think like we was correct to raise some of the problems that frankly I also get from the deep state I asked for a briefing for nine months and I did his entire year it took nine months for them to give me a briefing on topic in the state park that's on acceptable in Congress deserve better than that there were some comments from some of your colleagues in the house Democrats you rush to the microphones after the briefing to say that it was a terrible briefing totally embarrassing you know on professional entirely unconvincing it sounds like you listen to the exact same words in the exact same people on the exact same information and drew the exact opposite conclusion and it's actually a little bit worried and to me that we can have members of Congress elected to protect the American people sit in the same room listen to the exact same presentation and come out and say yes he was clearly up to no good or this was a you know were shot in a terrible and and one of the least convincing things they've ever heard how do you square that circle I think it all has to do with perspectives unfortunately a number all a number of my Democrat colleagues are doing this to the political prism of pushing back on trump or they got just a very different view about how we should engage with the law I believe what we heard it was a good over view everything in a classified setting with five hundred people in a room in an hour and a half well you have to support you had well I can tell you is there but you had significant players of the work they're doing everything and I think that it was what I got what I believe was necessary to understand the nature of what they were doing at the White we danger there are men with a uniform were in as a result of school money we got plenty of evidence to school Barney the gate house attacks on American soldiers we have the attack with it we had a cat contractor will be up for injured soldiers black window of his past history a few days ago yeah and and but what we heard yesterday was then an eighty eighty addition additional understanding of what they were looking at what specific time frames or we were concerned about what the Iraq but the Iranians that particular store money were up to what my democratic colleagues fortunately ours are doing is rather than listening to what we heard there which is here's the overview the point is it's just a more specific documentation that we would be able to go work at and like some of us are going to be going doing that for twelve but look the commander chief has a duty under article two of the constitution to depend on men and women particularly when they're appearing in harm's way and that is what the president did I think that we got a pretty good understanding of why they did that but I'm glad frankly that some of my old friends in Congress on either side of the aisle or rattling a little bit about article one in our preeminent role in declaring war I think we should revisit the authorization of force in Iraq and Afghanistan I think we should have a debate and vote on a new authorization of force yes about it with a bad band your heart a lot of our people and he was our very very likely in case where planning imminent attacks on Americans portal yeah and and the and I want to circle back to war powers in a second but the argument I've been making congressman is you can point to six hundred Americans killed at the hands of this man including one just a few days ago he plotted an attack against our people wounded four killed on orchestrate a siege against our embassy they were burning you know buildings and and thank goodness we had a hundred marines who showed up and they disperse the crowd but this entire man this man's entire life much of his adult life was dedicated to figuring out how to kill Americans which he then successfully did again through his proxies within the last week or two why is it a stretch for anyone to say well but I I'm not convinced that he was doing it again of course she was doing it again well that's the way I view it got I mean look it some point here this is classic Washington right there's a lot of hand wringing going on here a lot of money morning quarterbacking when we look back at the root when we look back at other situation where Americans were attacked you don't want to be the president the United States or general or the joint the joint chiefs of staff who looks back and sees dead American soldiers because you have to double check you didn't act on bad intelligence so a buddy at border not track record for us to believe that he could carry out such acts he was escalating the intelligence that we solve demonstrated that escalation over time and it was a it was important for the United States to make clear that it wouldn't be something that we would accept we know information about to happen attack or middle of the year for that could happen we should stop it and it looks I'm not going to second guess the chairman of the joint chiefs on something like that when there is credible information backing it up what I will do is suggest the Congress ought to debate and vote what are what position should be with respect to authorization of force in the Middle East broadly why are we operating eighteen years after passing authorization of force two thousand one we have many women in uniform who were alive when we have the authorization of force Congress should actually stand out and put his mouth worked money as we should actually opens on that yeah and and refresh the thing of it still necessary make the case and do it but the ongoing open ended status that the status quo it to me in the authorization is is concerning and on that front what do you make of this resolution that Nancy Pelosi and the day rats have now been pushing OD on war powers in trying to rein in a little bit is that the correct response to this frustration that you're feeling my full interview with chip Roy is posted after the show I guy Benson show dot com where you can also sign up for free for our podcasts including bonus Spencer which comes out every weekend at some of our most fun light hearted material from the week including I suspect some of what you'll hear coming up next which is an extended edition of curious Christine on the eve of my honeymoon.

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"nine months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Grounded for nine months following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia industry analysts say Boeing's announcement that it will temporarily suspend production of seven thirty seven MAX planes is an acknowledgement that the jets will likely remain grounded into at least February or March and maybe even longer it even when the Max's certified to fly again it will take some time for Boeing in the airlines to get them ready for passenger service says Joe sweeter meant an aviation expert at Chicago's DePaul University the airlines themselves are just a terrible spot because they're selling spring break they're selling summer without knowledge of what their fleet is southwest and United Airlines have already pulled the Max for their schedules and canceled Max flights into March American has done the same into April David Schaper NPR news Chicago an audit of Purdue pharma shows more than twelve billion dollars were pulled from the drug company before the owners members of the Sackler family filed for bankruptcy earlier this year Brian man with north country public radio says thousands of lawsuits link the oxycontin maker to the nation's opioid epidemic two big questions in the produce form a bankruptcy our how much did this actors profit personally from the sale of oxycontin and how much of that money can or should be forfeited as part of a settlement this is NPR news an outbreak of tornadoes is blamed for at least three deaths in the southern U. S. to an Alabama and one in Louisiana homes were damaged and destroyed and trees and power lines knocked down the fatalities in Alabama occurred in a community about fifty five miles west of Huntsville celebrities and fans of Star Wars turned out last night in Hollywood for the world premiere of the latest Star Wars movie the rise of sky Walker NPR's mandelit delbarco was there.

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"nine months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Attempted because nine months after he was shot Muhammad isn't life in hospital under police protection can you walk I don't know his left side is paralyzed he says it was in this hospital bed that he got news of the Easter bombing Carlin until also those who do not get a condom I was devastated because police had arrested the but there's been a question occurred them none of this would have happened I wouldn't be in this hospital even if they had arrested them often have a shark they would have saved the lives of more than two fifty people there were other missed warnings the US and India had both alerted tree long have an imminent attack but the president and prime minister were bickering the government failed to keep the military in the loop ten years ago Sri Lanka defeated terrorism by ethnic Tamil separatists in the country's civil war but anyway as long as threat was barely on officials radar these groups maybe they themselves didn't know how serious it was that's the charitable explanation analysts J. Han Perera says there was negligence and incompetence Sri Lanka's intelligence chief has since resigned but they were also failures in local policing most of Sri Lanka's Muslims are Tamils they were on the losing side of the civil war many politicians have since sought to win over Muslims by respectfully trying to stay out of their affairs Perera says Muslim radicalization wasn't in trouble slim phenomena that one set almost limbs are fighting in the other system was limbs and therefore there is no need for the state to get involved the Muslim politicians are powerful so the government didn't want to antagonize them the government would instead ask civilians like Muhammad test Salim to investigate his own community and when he came back with rumors authorities were reluctant to act since the Easter attacks Sri Lanka has seen anti Muslim riots mosques have been attacked and last month the country elected a new president a former military man who crashed separatists at the end of the civil war nowadays Muhammad's brother in law Shiraz baby sits there three boys so that Fatima can visit her husband in the hospital he's going every day medicine every day going to come back so your sister is visiting her husband's taking care of him and have government ministers visited him the president the president you know coming here no no the phone calls no one Muslim government minister has been sending a bit of money but your honor says his family is mostly just an embarrassing reminder to the government of its own failure the family now wants to leave Sri Lanka out of fear for Muhammad safety and for better medical treatment which Muhammad will likely need for the rest of his life Lauren Frayer NPR news in my one Ella Sri Lanka and finally today when we think about music coming out of Mexico City R. and B. probably isn't what comes to mind but our next guest is trying to change that she is Mariana day Miguel who goes by the name girl ultra he has although she is only in her twenties she's been at the forefront of the movement to grow Mexico's our NBC and now her first full length album has been released and girl culture is with us now to tell us more about.

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"nine months" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KTRH

"That's a strange coincidence and in one book there's there's a couple hundred of these cases well Robert was also hunting with his three sons and he had a hundred this exact area up first from spark lakes for twenty years twenty years so he knew it like the back of his hand absolutely well the men went into the area and just just as would be normal at about eleven o'clock they split up and he agreed to meet back that afternoon Robert never came back and as it got dark the snow started to fall and one of the profile points I write about my books is a weather change in conjunction with the disappearance well his voice contacted the disputes county sheriff as the night went on the still got heavier and heavier well the next day they brought in sixty searchers the converged on the area they knew Robert would be and they put a hero up in the helicopter reported spotting some kind of trucks seventy one hundred feet but they were discounted as being too high for those to be Robert he wouldn't go that high it was too old just one point ninety could breathe up that high so after utilizing helicopters professional search and rescue five days the decision was made to terminate the search effort now fast forward nine months and a doctor Jack Crosby of bend which camping your soda creek any founded your rifle leaning against a.

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"nine months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Did he actually paid off all of his student loan debt long before we ever met okay you are while so what started you on this process a year before marriage. really got me started out okay yeah so we when I graduated college I was single I bought a house I didn't really know what to do with all this money and I started looking around for mentors for someone to learn from and I sort of right read books and listen to podcasts I find yours and it just resonated and start listening and realize you know I've got twenty seven thousand and loans and ten thousand and stock why my holding that's when I should be paying off that it got started and so I get off twenty seven thousand and nine months make it shows a larger you a lot. it is when you do the math and and put it in a priority order it just makes sense no I wouldn't and so in nine months I I paid off my loans and then I was going through the process of dating and you know when the conversation of you know no credit cards like I don't pay for you know pay cash for everything came up in the date you know usually was a little awkward but was Stephanie she was like oh this is interesting like tell me more yeah what you mean you don't have credit cards now how to buy stuff and it's like well well. going money. he got me hooked on it and I think we're dating for about two months and I signed up for a few and I said I'm going you can come with me in a while he joined me and and that's kind of where it started two months into dating and that kind of stuff now that first conversation I'm intrigued that's interesting so you're on a date with Mister software developer super nerd he's paid off everything you're like the other in the spectrum to underground and dad and he's like no credit cards you're going not only you and treat but you also must account on goal I got a telling my got this much debt do you have a goal I did a mostly because I had even calculated it at that point it was so normal to have debt I just expected to have it for forever then when I thought through that and I had to actually count what was there it terrified me when I found but it was a huge relief to be able to tell somebody because we don't talk about money and so many people don't and so being able to tell him and saying and have him not run away afraid there was a number on it you know instead of having this big unknown blob yeah having a number you can start your NO at bills not like on over reactionary kind of guy he's kind of easy got to talk to so I'm thinking it one too intimidating the time but it had to be kind of like a good deal is guy got there had to be a little bit of that in there I was prepared for him to turn and run away. even so that was that was proof enough for me he stayed in and wasn't afraid but you know helped keep me up on a path and was an amazing accountability.

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"nine months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nine months eighteen them before that I was meditating a quite awhile how do I how do you say how how do you measure. the card. hello what do you do when you meditate. I used to make me missing something. so they sent him to my my my hands my fingers and then try to look through my forehead okay fair enough let me ask over my image hi I am I called all of your your around your stress levels have gone through so it was good sounds good but so I mean and and that of improving it seems like I'm continuing to Terry. yes because you see let me ask you another question that. are you trying to make it happen. are you trying to make it happen another was I am asking you not to expect anything. I'm not using. when you're in your teachings as well. I mean I I think under these conditions it's it's it's almost inevitable that you want to make something happen because yeah the struggle no no no yeah making an excuse I hear an excused inevitable that's something I have no if you'll calm an upset things could get worse but you must learn not to get upset when it gets worse let the person get worse and die if they have to but don't the whole idea is to your your wife and everybody who's coups. who's that way. everybody who is. kind loving but once something for you when you're being beaten broker and earn. hateful. the last. to keep. yourself..

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"nine months" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"nine months" Discussed on WJR 760

"We are we're all celebrating the regular season opener for the Detroit Lions has there ever been an opening day were you kinda knew lasts about what the lines are going to bring to the table then this year it's odd isn't it it is I think it and there's a lot of that going on around the league because teams just haven't shown you very much during the preseason and I think Steve that it also is really just kind of. multiplied by the fact that you have no idea what to expect at this cardinals offense and I think that kind of makes you wonder okay with the line's going to have to do defensively but new office for the lions lot of faces defense we haven't seen play together cardinal offense we don't know much about the rookie head coach fares on all that adds up to a lot of unknowns in this game that's a crazy thing guys you were just there nine months ago and everybody was talking you know the new culture what the future might look like a franchise quarterback but and what the future might look like nine months later everything's been turned upside down what's what's the thought process out there in regards to what the cardinals are doing because they didn't show anything in the exhibition yeah I mean the I I guess they were just try the other feel it at all build everything today you're right they don't show anything they kill talking about this office in the house will surprise people how are they going to speed up the game and all the different things with this air raid dolphins soul we don't have an idea what is going to look like and I guess we just have to wait to game time to find out what the error rate offices will really truly be like the end of the call was lions quarterback by the way Matthew Stafford probably salivating a little bit going into this opening tell because the cards without their two starting corners Robert Alford out with a broken leg Patrick Peterson out serving that six game suspension that's rather huge from an offensive standpoint a card line should be able to exploit that yes anytime you get Patrick Peterson off the field it's significant and I think the question is the yeah I think there there's match ups and certainly would seem to bode well for the lions but I still think it's a question of what's this off it's gonna look like is I think you're gonna obviously try to establish the run the gonna try to run the ball but then I do think they gonna try to open things up with Matthew but I think you're gonna see crossing patterns with the tight end tight ends down the scene I think you're going to see them try to get marketing Kenny de deep down the sidelines and I think there's a lot of the. going in but yeah I think there's there's match ups here the U. clearly like if your a lions fan and like I said anytime Patrick Peterson is a plan. that's good for your team on a route for anybody to get hurt or anything like that which you just if you're far away if you could stay from number twenty one boys I think I can speak for all of us I'm really excited to see this defensive line it we really haven't seen it all together still waiting on to Sean hand obviously but this is definitely if not the strength of the team one of the strengths of the team without a doubt I mean all I'm looking forward to seeing the two of them what I'm looking balls for two is the see the pressure that that the lives of souls for guys can establish without us having the blitz awhile back or without us having to do start games or anything else I'm looking for this deal the provide middle personal collar and above looking for these guys Trey flowers and won't be able to contain him people forget about that pocket so to me your right to me that the laws should be the strength of this team before we say goodbye fellas a low get your thoughts Frank right now moving to the center position full time up for the first time in his second year as a pro you will we saw him go down against the bills didn't look good I think it's significant that he's able to play today absolutely the quarterback of you all one he he is and he's a guy that's online guys up he's all the slot the line of the proper way it needs to be slayer he's going to point out the Mike backers is so many things that the server is responsible for so what happened Frank in that middle man it just the communication should do this just be a lot better between those five guys so I'm I'm more happy he's there and hopefully because say there are no injuries all right Danny low appreciate your time as always looking forward to the call just bring home a win please. about the guys here's the through this thing in all right Danny Miller Lomas brown at State Farm stadium in the desert lines and cards getting set to get are going and here's the thing just some final thoughts their parts look the line's consider themselves to be a good football team we heard it through the pre season training camp what have you there is one way to prove that and one way only and that's when absolutely Stephen and you know what today I don't care how you do it I I don't care of Matt Prater has to run out there in the desert and and hit a forty five yarder to win it of course in a perfect world we'd love to see the lines run away and hide you have to win this game you're better than this team we beat them there nine months ago in my mind you beat them rather handily I'll go finish the job again here today alright folks it's going to be a dandy and hopefully work out well for the how little blue and silver we will have more coming from the desert your way as we count down to the lions in cards in the meantime we'll let you know that this is the Detroit Lions radio network..

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