26 Burst results for "Okla"

Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

CRISPR Cuts

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

"Gillette start by with an introduction Just maybe dennis about yourself your current position. How you got you sure so i. I'm a professor at the medical college of georgia. I'm a new yorker. You can tell them not from the south. My background is in vascular biology a phd in vascular pathobiologist near medical college. I did my training. My training with eric olson who uses christopher quite a bit in the context of must addition feet in texas in women up to medical college of wisconsin before going to university of rochester. Where i was for twenty years where the crisper really started in my lap. And so most as you said most of my work revolves around using different crisper ending platforms to interrogate the dark matter of our genome to discover what with the meaning is of some of these interesting elements that we defy. Actually i'm glad you kind of said the last line. Because that is exactly what i had picked out been looking at your bio before you had said dark matter of the genome. Can you What do you mean by not matter. Why is that important to study. So used to be the late sixties early seventies that the genome homeless considered to be mostly comprised junkie neighbor. We know now that that's not the case that most of it is functional in some way shape or form and so there are myriad number okla dna binding transcription factors on one thousand plus that buying into specific elements. And we're interested in one class of these elements and all of these elements are found in in this dark matter. Nine coding or the genome which is like ninety eight to ninety nine percent of the six billion nucleotides of each cell so we have a reasonably good handle on where to look for these nuggets of goal. And we've use computational tools in with the crisper editing platform emerging in two thousand thirteen. It's made our life so much easier now to literally will change the single base level even these binding sites and find out what the consequences and that that has enormous implications for understanding. What the single nuclear type. Various associated with diseases how those may be functioning or dysfunctioning in in the context of various common diseases and reducing

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Gunmen in Nigeria Attack School, Abducting Dozens and Killing a Student

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Gunmen in Nigeria Attack School, Abducting Dozens and Killing a Student

"Nigerian troops are searching for forty two people kidnapped during an attack on a boarding school in the northwestern part of the country. Npr's ada peralta has details. Witnesses told local tv. That gunmen stormed a boarding school. Inisia- states on wednesday. The government says the attackers killed one student and abducted more than two dozen others. The identity of the gunman was not immediately clear but the islamist group okla haram has often carried out these kinds of kidnappings in northern nigeria. Two months ago gunmen kidnapped. Three hundred and fifty schoolboys in about one hundred schoolgirls of nearly three hundred kidnapped by boko haram in two thousand. Fourteen are still missing in a statement. The human rights group. Amnesty international says education is under attack in nigeria. It said quote. No child should have to choose between their education and their life. Npr news nairobi.

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Culver leads No. 14 West Virginia from 19 down past Okla St

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Culver leads No. 14 West Virginia from 19 down past Okla St

"Fourteenth ranked West Virginia trailed by nineteen midway through the second half before pulling out an eighty seven eighty four win against Oklahoma state Derek over a twenty two point two nineteen rebounds for the mountaineers miles McBride finished with twenty one points while Tash terminated twenty off the bench is W. V. U. move tonight and three make bride for his fourteen points in the final four minutes shortly after the mountaineers reeled off an eighteen to three run to get back in the game K. Cunningham had a game high twenty five points and grabbed nine rebounds for the cowboys I'm Dave Ferrie

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Indigenous Artist To Artist

All My Relations Podcast

08:29 min | 1 year ago

Indigenous Artist To Artist

"So I think we wanted to start off by hearing from each of you like why were you? Are you interested in the type of work that you do in museum and cultural spaces, and then what do you see as the challenges from your position where you are in your career the challenges of these museum spaces? And in that sense to like we also, since our podcast is called all my relations kind of thinking about. The ways that museums and curation fit into this idea of being in good relation. So that's like a multi parter. But basically, why are you interested in this work What do you see as the challenges and then like? Any sort of thoughts around these ideas of museums and curation fitting into the idea of being a good relation. well, I so I. This is Jamie and I grew up with my father being in the navy and so my mom Mama's Osage my dad's non-native and he was in the navy. So we moved around a lot but spent summers at home in Oklahoma participating in our launch PGA and being you know with family and relatives there but when I was in elementary school We lived north of Chicago and Chicago has some incredible museums and so you know I would go to museums on the. Weekend with my family's or we would go for field trips and I loved museums The Museum of Science and Industry was split place that release sparked my interest and curiosity I loved the Field Museum where you could go and like go into a pyramid and you know be Indiana Jones which is problematic in a lot of ways to but you know and so in I think it was fourth grade was like the one year where learning about native Americans was part of the Illinois State Curriculum. And so we went to the field museum to the native American Cultures Hall, and I was really excited because I had told my friends that I was native American and they were like, no, you're not. You don't live in t p You know you don't look like you know Pocahontas or like have a pet like a free Koon. And so we go to the museum and they have a case about osage. people and it's like osage men's costumes. And there's like no representation of women and the closet are on view not the kinds of clothes that Mike that we wear today even you know our dances and. You know it was just like a really sad experience, and then my friends where these kids in my class told me like. Well, it's because you're not a real Indian anyway. We didn't believe you and it was just like this really kind of like damaging. Experience for me and so a lot of the reason. Know. The reason I got into museums is because I want kids to go into museums and feel like they're represented in meaningful and respectful ways until like experience the kind of joy and curiosity you know the the can happen in museums and that should happen in museums and non those kind of negative feelings. So there's a lot of work to be done. Things are getting better you know, but there's still a lot of a lot of space for for growth. I had the same experience at the field museum but that was like three or four years ago when I was asked to do a show there and I walked in and there's those totem poles that are in the in the center house and. You know they're like still unnamed polls in like some Haida itis did it or some sense Simpson artists and then I went you know walked into the native area and they had these. What we call square deal is we run square deal for ceremony there these paddle boards and we don't really talk about it's not even something I would publicly talk about here and say this is why we doing what it's for because it's super sacred and it's quiet something we do. quietly and those when you rents could illitch those boards are taken they're putting back inside their boxing they're putting put away. Forbidden for good reason, and then those were just sitting there at the front of the exhibit and I was like, oh no I cannot go I cannot walk in here. You know like I literally turned around and walked in the other direction and the person giving me a tour was like where are you going I said this is I can't go in here. This is inappropriate but you know that was a couple of years ago so I can completely relate to that Jamie. Well and I will say about the field museum they you know have taken down the old native American Culture Hall not the North West Coast but then American you know the other part of the hall and have been working with you know a collaborative team and a native earn indigenous Advisory Group to reinstall that and so you know there is you know some conversation happening there and some there's a great show their curated by a Nina Sanders Uppsala Women in Warriors that you know Sanders did supported by Miranda Roberts who's a curatorial fellow there, and so you know there I don't want to just like bash the field museum. You. Right. Yeah. Actually. Really want to see that show. It looks really cool. Yeah. My heart goes out to Nina and the team because it opened just like literally a week before every buddy needed to be at home and chiltern please Ram. So but it's such a feat in terms of just that that monumental of exhibit with Contemporary Indigenous Artists is there a a real world renown institution so big props to Nina entity. So. I can go ahead and jump in. So you got edge OKLA CIT kiani Bushes Gene Takuji chador begun Annella could though Kanada Show I am connecting in from a the Mayakoba the lands of the the my people in Santa Ana Pueblo, my partner's home in North Central, New Mexico in it's where we raise our son and our family. And so I I think listening to. Jamie Story going back to where I found the magic and the interest in museums I was a young kid in the interactive galleries of the heard, museum and waiting for my dad to. Finish up some consulting that he was doing as a photographer on with the museum. So I would just wait and play all different museums all over the south west and all over the country as he would have these meetings and so It was always a really exciting place to be to explore I when I filled out my application for college I knew that I like art I knew that I like art and I knew that I like history and so I just put the two together. I didn't know that art history is a thing I grabbed. His Kayonza? Shoutout to all the an empty mustangs and and my application came back with my major having been declared art history and it was like, wow, I didn't get returned I. Guess It's a thing in college I love sitting in the dark room like watching slides drop like on the old like slide Kodak carousels and just being like so taken. Seeing the world through Like. Through, like art of other cultures

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Polynesian Explorers

Travel with Rick Steves

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Polynesian Explorers

"Thompson has been in examining oral histories the records of Captain Cook and the accomplishments of the Polynesian voyaging society. All to investigate what it can tell us about how we view the world. Today she pieces together the navigation puzzle of sailors and settlers in her book. See People Christina. Welcome thanks for having me. So when when we think of Polynesia talk about how big it is and what it has in common culturally so Polynesia is the area that is inside of this triangle we'll formed by Hawaii in the North New Zealand in the southwest and Easter Island in the southeast. It's an area of about ten million square miles and it smack in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and it happens that all the people who live on the islands in this area which is the island's that people have heard of like Tahiti or saw more or maybe the mark cases they all share a common cultural heritage. They all speak related languages and they have a similar genetic. Ming up no Christina. You say ten million square miles and originally they were not populated by human beings at all so somehow people had to get there and there was no communication. People didn't right. They didn't have metal tools. They didn't have navigational devices that I can imagine. Can you just kind of paint a picture to the best that we can. We're were there caravans of canoes just going out into the unknown C or how did these islands become populated originally well. I think one thing we don't know is how many canoes necessarily sailed together but basically the idea is that you know some thousands of years ago over in what sometimes people call the island nursery Sirri of Southeast Asia in the islands around the Philippines and Indonesia and stuff people developed an outrigger. which is this thing that sticks out from the side of the canoe to keep it balanced to keep it from from tipping over and with the development of the outrigger people started to be able to make some longer distance? Voyages and the canoes the Polynesian sailed in were like Catamaran's they had to halls else and they were stable and they could carry a load of people and animals and so they started making longer and longer voyages. There's some again some thousands of years ago from this western side of the Pacific out further and further and further into the mid Pacific. But it must have been hit or miss because they didn't have maps. They didn't have radar. They didn't know where the islands were if they were islands. Do you think they were just kind of going toward the sunset and hoping to hit land now the sunrise is actually but they obviously looking for islands and the islands are what they call inter visible. You can see one from. I'm the other in the Western Pacific. A lot of them are. There's a big leap when they get past that point and they start to sail out to islands that you can't see so they're probably exploring hiring and looking for them they really were amazing navigators. They weren't sailing blinds. They understood how to go to one place and sail back from that place after. Remember where that place was and things like that. They must have been exploring but we don't really know how they found islands like the end of Hawaii. Which is the islands of Hawaii are very isolated in the North Pacific? How did they find them who knows because we have no written history people? Just build a raft. That was kind of like one of those early outriggers Imagining how they might have done it and just without knowing if they did it prove that they could have done it like those. Expeditions seemed to be part of science right right so the the earliest one was was to Harles kon-tiki raft which he he allowed to drift basically from the coast of South America and ended up in the middle of the Pacific on the tomatoes. And that was an kind of an early experiment in this vain but then in the nineteen seventies in Hawaii some people got together and decided to try and build a true replica vessel so a copy of what they imagined. An ancient Polynesian voyaging canoe would been like and they decided to try and sale it from Hawaii to Tahiti and back again and that was the beginning of what what is really kind of an experimental voyaging movement in Hawaii. And what was that expedition called. The ship was called Hokule'a it Okla has made an around the world voyage now but that was in two thousand sixteen I guess but between Nineteen Seventy in two thousand sixteen they have made voyages absolutely everywhere. They sailed to to Easter to New Zealand. All around the Pacific to the point is to prove that it could be done yet to show the voyaging capacity of the Polynesians basically to show that non instrumental. Navigation vacation is really a thing and that people can go very long distances using it. You know that it's a real technique. You said they sailed it. Is it drifting with the wind and the tides is it with a sale or is it paddling they have a sale. They have a steering paddle but they sail. What were the very first contact with European society like in the Polynesian World? Some of them were violent. Some of them were not. We don't have any idea what the markes ins thought of men Donya when he arrived Zeppelin we know record of it and what I mean. There's the record of the Spanish but we don't really know for sure what archaisms thought There was a little bit of that I think. In some cases there it was all in some cases there was fear in some cases. There was something that you might call. Greed greed Westerners. No on the part of the I mean I. I think that a lot of islanders actually looked at these ships once they realized kind of what was going on and who these people were they actually wanted the ships. There are definitely stories of ambushes. Did they have some kind of A religious context again in the case of the conquistadors from Spain I mean in their religion I understand. It was on this certain year. A man on a horse you know was going to come and on that certain year the man on the horse with the beard came just like their scripture said and they disfigured this must be divided and they laid down their weapons and was there any kind of dimension of that local cultural religion with the arrival of the first Europeans pins or was it the opposite The story of Cook's arrival in Hawaii is kind of like that story that he arrived during a festival in he seemed to be the embodiment of the deity. Who was being celebrated in the Festival because switches to happen that he arrived at that time? I think that that added to the confusion of cooks experience. AGREEANCE cook was killed in Hawaii. That was where he died. And it was not long after this encounter during this festival period and I think it added to sort of chaos and confusion that he had Iraq during that a period. This is travel with. Rick Steves talking with Christina Thompson. Her book is see people the Puzzle of Polynesia and we're talking about early explorers of the Pacific both before the Europeans arrived and after so captain cook arrived and they thought. Oh It's a festival in here comes God and then things went sour and they killed killed them. Tell us a little more about that. So what happened. Is that Cook. He went up north to Alaska and then or the Northwest Pacific and then he came down and when he came down he was looking for a place to rest his crew and he sort of hit the island of Maui and then he went east so he sailed all the way around the big island before he found a place to come to rest his crew and that meant that he was sailing in his ship all the way slowly because against the wind all the way around the big island for quite a while and so when he arrived the legend of Lono the God that he sort of seemed to be representing was that Leno passed around the island in the same. I'm way he was represented as carrying a staff with White Tapa cloth on it which is sort of like the the ship to mass in their sales so just a lot of things lined up kind of strangely initially and then what happened was he. They went through all this festival these festivals and celebrations and then Cook sailed away and that should have been the end of it he should have just sailed away that would be fine but his mast broke just offshore and he had to return and when he returned he wasn't supposed to return according to the legends. He wasn't supposed to come back until the next year. So people were confused by that and then there was an altercation. He died in the clash not long after he returned.

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Professor locks herself to pipeline construction equipment

Climate Connections

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Professor locks herself to pipeline construction equipment

"Twenty eighteen of Virginia. MIDTECH associate professor. Locked herself to an excavator in nearby. Jefferson National Forest. She was protesting the construction of a natural gas pipeline for fifteen in years. I've been teaching undergraduates about the role of the fossil fuel industry and Appalachia and the ways that it has damaged people's environments slightly hoods health. So when emily sadder white heard about the proposed pipeline. She was determined to help stop it. She's not just concerned about the local impacts. She says to reduce global carbon pollution. Virginia needs more renewable energy not fossil fuels. She says if the State's dependence on fossil fuels continues to grow oh the repercussions will be felt far far far from here with the rising sea levels and the extreme weather events and the droughts and the Okla instability that comes with all that satellite was arrested for her action she says as a privileged person with job security she can afford that kind of risk and then not everyone one should follow her specific example but she hopes to see more people demanding clean energy. However that works in your life

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"okla" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"okla" Discussed on KTOK

"Music podcasts all free free never sounded better download the I heart radio app today the like dancing with an election so that they don't know simplify C. lend money to see them up for you I think it's important to get up but it kinda so when most of the medical and even a modest him among the simpler lotus planning to that office and look at the weather but it's but I imagine with that you have one of the S. planets are so far from the point of it on the internet that is it is a clinical would look it up we'll have to do it like Nancy almost double yellow like themselves most of us young German Okla week to stay ahead of the storm June first news radio one thousand Katie okay and the four warn storm team this is.

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Ethical Eggs: One million ways to sex a chicken egg

Science Magazine Podcast

09:39 min | 2 years ago

Ethical Eggs: One million ways to sex a chicken egg

"We have staff writer aggression vogel. She's gonna talk to us about ethical eggs. Hi gretchen hi okay okay. What is an ethical. I feel my mind would went in so many directions when i first heard this term and i just wasn't sure so there are several different kinds of ways as you can make eggs more ethical but in this case we're talking about the problem that egg industry has with male chicks it turns out that male chicks folks are of no use they can't lay eggs and because chickens that lay eggs the layers have been bred to be super specialized for putting in all of their energy into laying eggs. Their brothers don't put on meet fast enough to be marketable for their meat so hatcheries sort chicks when they hatch watch by hand. Their workers called chick. Sexers is sort the mail from the females and the females go to farms to grow up and be layers and the males are killed the by gassing or by putting them to a shredder. This is not a particularly appetizing aspect of egg production and so an animal emel rights groups and a wealthy groups and consumers and governments and even the egg industry would all like to find a way to end the practice this the idea has been around for a long time the idea that doesn't seem like a good idea to have all these eggs wait till they had and then half of them. You have to basically get rid of the animal. Why has it been so hard to sex a chicken egg as opposed to a check. It seems like it should be pretty easy thing to solve but it turns out out that there's lots of ideas where it works in the lab and getting it to actually work on a hatchery floor at the scale that hatcheries currently work look at is a technical challenge so after is the large ones process fifty thousand eggs in our now. That's a challenge for the testing methods that have been developed so far but scientists have a lot of ideas and they're getting closer and there are some coal free eggs or kill free eggs on grocery store shelves in berlin where i live. I have a few in my refrigerator right now. <hes> those rely on technology that involves lasers and robots correct to be selling leaguer actually describe how those how that it's based on actually a hormone test so female chicken embryos produce a hormone that's related to estrogen in and they produce it in enough quantity to be detected about day nine development. An egg usually takes twenty one or twenty two days to hatch so not not quite halfway through development and a company in germany called select has developed a robot machine that uses a laser to poke a tiny tiny hole in the eggshell and then suck out a tiny tiny bit of the embryonic fluid that surrounds the embryo they can use that drop of fluid not test for the presence of the hormone and if the hormone is there the eggs are sent back to the incubator to continue to develop if it's not the e extra either unfertilized or their mail and they're then frozen and pulverized and used for protein for egg powder that can be added to animal feed feed or can go to other industrial uses. We talked earlier about how many eggs get processed in a hatchery per hour. How much can this robot handle right now all right now it handles about three thousand eggs in our which is enough for small hatcheries but they're trying to scale up. They're also trying to you. Move the test bit earlier in development because some animal welfare groups say that by day nine. There's a chance that chicks could already feel pain. There's there's central nervous. System has just started to develop. That's a point of debate but most people agree that earlier in development we better you save more money. You don't have to incubate the male eggs for as long other companies are trying to earlier as you mentioned. They're trying to do it faster and cheaper and one of them is even relying on a method that doesn't okla hole in the egg. Can you talk about that one. Yes there's a company that is trying to capture some of the volatile molecules that leak through an eggshell starting starting as soon as the egg is laid and there are other researchers who have found that you can actually determine execs based on the differences in these molecules else. It's not quite ready for primetime yet in part because they're trying to do it before the exit enter the incubator within the first thirty six <unk> hours of the egg being laid and that means that they have to do it at refrigerator temperatures that the f._d._a. requires eggs to be kept at before they enter the incubator and that's proving a bit of a technical challenge but they're still working on it. Okay what about this group. That's looking to gene at it the chickens so that one of the excesses glows. There's actually a couple of groups that are trying. This groups in israel and australia are pursuing the technology. They use crisper to to add a gene to one of the chickens sex chromosomes that turns out the birds have the opposite set of sex chromosomes from mammals. Mammal mammals have x and y chromosomes females ex- ex- meal's x. y. But in birds males are z._z. And females have a w and z chromosome so they put a fluorescent marker on the z chromosome of email layer and then they made that bird with a regular mail and all of the males that result from that meeting kerry z._z.'s carry the marker gene from their mothers z chromosome right the females. Don't carry any marker. They're just regular w._b._z. W for mom and z. From dad and dad doesn't have the edit exactly then then you can put the eggs under a fluorescent light and the male ones glow that enables you to sort them out and send them off to other uses where the unmarked eggs can go on and develop and become regular laying hens but don't have any edited jeans and their eggs they lay also don't have any edited jeans. The scientists who working on this are optimistic that they'll be able to use the technology without having to go through all the hoops that a genetically modified organism would normally really have to go through since the end product isn't actually genetically modified. It's not clear that that's really going to be the case but they're optimistic that that argument will help to persuade both consumers and regulators that this is a good way to go so we've talked about sampling the fluid and looking for hormones. We've talked about smelling volatile coming coming off the eggs and now we've talked about teen editing to make one aglow enough the other are there any other techniques that people are trying to sex eggs very early in their redevelopment. There's a whole bunch jazz some something to try to use m._r._i. To look at the embryo there are teams that are trying to use machine learning to <music> quantify some of the subtle shape and size differences in male and female eggs. Although it's not clear that that'll ever quite accurate enough but some people are trying and and there's another group that's using spectroscopy to analyze exit day four after lane where they cut a hole in the eggshell. That's about a little more than a centimeter wide and then they shine a laser light on a blood vessel and the difference in the reflected spectrum veteram from that laser can tell them whether the embryo is a male or female. That is another technique. That's close to being implemented in a hatchery in germany but isn't quite there yet. Wow you bought some of these ethical eggs yeah in berlin in germany. Is this something that is a global concern and the approach will most is likely be ruled out much more broadly than in europe. Yeah it is a concern. I think the first public awareness kind of came from europe especially from germany from animal welfare groups here here and they've been pushing for a long time for a solution and the german government has taken very seriously and has given a fair amount of funding to try and find a solution and in fact the current government has promised in its coalition agreement to end the practice sometime within its four-year term. German lawmakers actually considering banning the practice although scientists. I talked to hope that doesn't happen but welfare. Groups in the u._s. are also pushing for a solution and the united egg producers in the u._s. Us has said that they want to end the practice by next year. They said that in two thousand sixteen whether twenty twenty will really work is still up in the air but the u._s._d._a. The united states department of agriculture is also offering a prize a six million dollar prize for a solution to this problem and they said they eh got twenty one entries from ten countries for their initial round of seed funding and they'll make some of their first awards next month. This seems like a lot of if people are working very different angles. Is that surprising to you. One thing that's kind of cool about the stories that everybody's on the same page everybody but he would like to solve this problem. Is one of my sources said. It's not a problem that needs social change to solve the right technology can take care of it and everybody's motivated to to find a technology that will work so most people involved optimistic that the final hurdles will finally be overcome and soon there will be no more calling calling of male chicks. Thanks gretchen. Thank you sir.

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"okla" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"okla" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Well, it's all about women. The fair sex, there's a new study, that is out from USC that says women are more productive at work. If the office temperature is warmer. Shows that, that a warmer office may improve women's performance at work. The study found women perform better on math and verbal tasks at higher temperatures than men. But get this temperatures were lowered men performed better. Although the relationship between temperature and men's performance was less pronounced. According to the study, I have to work in close proximity with a lot of men, and they freeze me out every time and cold. I'm not one of these Sissy chicks that doesn't like air conditioning. I love it. But, like they freeze me out, it's ridiculous. We'll have the studies Okla head sorry. No you go. You go ahead and finish. They said that this the temperature is not just about being comfortable. It's actually for the gender, something that is significant in terms of productivity. So it's not just that men like to be cold or women like to be warm. It actually really does it actually is it predicts the outcome, or the, the results of your work. So it's kind of interesting. Yeah, I get hot as it were twenty one after the hour on the JV program. India's a spectacle. Unlike anything else. Thirty three maniacs two hundred twenty plus miles an hour. The biggest crowd. Drinking, the milk train if you win it's going to change their lives. Forever. Indianapolis five hundred Sunday may twenty six only on NBC. Your home is important. That's why gyco helps make it easy to save on homeowner's insurance. Because home is more than just a place. Home is where you have a cute little reading for those rainy days, when you want to curl up with a good book, but you don't even read so you're just sitting there during thunderstorms and scroll through means on your phone in laugh in the darkness. The guy co insurance agency could help protect the dark mean filled corner, you call home, call gyco and.

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"okla" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"okla" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I saw book I begged my mom and begged and begged PG's I knew I'd get to see it. But we didn't have a lot of money. So we go to Okla buck at the AMC regency eight cinema. We played in the arcade beforehand. We go in and that movie starts off, my parents were so strict with Thakin movies, and it starts off and MacAulay culkin's like your nails are taking into my arm. God damnit mom's like what? And it is insane. The amount that those two kids costs at the beginning of bog right in a PG movie. And I thought I was getting ganked out of there. I started sweating. I remember everything about it. Because I was like I'm not going to be able to see this die. Why are you that white Cussing stop Cussing, please, right? And sure enough. I looked over a mom at the end of uncle buck. She had tears in her eyes. When the mom come. Home. You know, it's it's not as as as moving as plans strands, but the end of book is very sweet and let alone movies end with a loving freeze frame of John candy. Yeah. Which makes them even more wonderful poignant. Now poignant point -fornia, it's a wonderful movie. Now after this. We're going to start getting into some of the dark time well with a quick stop at a great time, home alone and one of the funniest cameos. Okay. Street voice and the rescuers down under which I saw opening day because John candy was voice. I had never even seen the rescuers. And now we hit nothing, but trouble. Which is the one most appropriate for this podcast. I wanna watch it again, though, you know, but I have seen nothing, but trouble no fewer than ten times. Yeah. Because I loved everybody in it. And I was just like it was kind of like taking a pill. I didn't really want to follow. But there is something fascinating about that movie. That ended all of their career in one fell swoop. Demi Moore heavy chase. John candy. Dan, Aykroyd, just a three stooges slap across their faces with one movie that is I've never seen anything like it in my life. I've never seen any anything. And I wanted to see it because at that age. I didn't have much interest in comedy anymore. I was very into rap music. And all I wanted to watch. We're like boys in the hood and stuff like that. Yeah. And I wanted to see it because digital underground was in the movie, right? I couldn't wait to see digital underground movie. I was already a fan to pockets and nothing, but trouble. It's his movie premiere. Think about that people to your action to the world is let's be right. It's in the movie, nothing, but trouble. Makes no sense. It truly doesn't the movie is off the rails. It's ugly the characters are ugly. It's it is horror really at times. I remember being scared by it. I am going to watch it again, very soon because I I need to know what I think as an adult, man. Very funny cameo in John Hughes written film called career opportunities. Wait a minute. We already done. I guess there's nothing much more to say about nothing. But what are we gotta say? It's candy and a dual role including woman. Yeah. Woman in a cop and then ackroyd playing twin like go out and also a judge with a dick knows. Yes. You know? Like all the makeup is just disgusting whom accurate. You know? That's a weird guy. Heck royd. Let's just be real that movie came from his mind and everything he writes, the original draft a blues brothers was supposed to be like four hundred pages original draft Ghostbusters four hundred..

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"okla" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"okla" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"I've grown to love him as well. And he is absurd. Show, and we'll watch it. And one thing he always makes fun of is the vocal fry of the girls on the show. And so before going on my family like just don't have Okla fry because we don't want to have to hear Howard Stern like make fun of your vocal fry we want Howard Stern to lake you. Yes. And actually, he did I yeah. I think it was just after the first episode. He said something about like I was. Feels ridiculous to say even he had said that I. The show would have been over when I came out of the limo. And then he would have just picked me. I was the hottest. I mean, and I was like, oh that's weird compliment. Okay. Thank you our. I wonder how your parents felt about that. Yeah. My stepdad was like. I didn't. I don't. I'm sure he had other comments throughout the season. I didn't follow. There's a lot going on. But yeah. Could old Howard? The vocal fry is a thing. I think especially I mean, I I'm happy that you're willing to take the risk and the opportunity to lean into being a little bit uncomfortable in talking on here today. Like, you said you've never really spoken intra microphone before you know, we're gonna be talking about some personal things personal opinions values and experiences. So it takes a lot of courage vulnerability. So lots of opinions. Yes, you do. I have also lots of feeling. Yeah. I think I fit right in. Yes. And what would you say is like one of the top three things that you're like super passionate about a lot of opinions on? I mean, the first thing that comes my mind, which is probably not anything that you're thinking sorry is decline of cats. I know trying to go back to cats, and we won't talk about this for long. But for some reason when you say that that's popped into my head very against it. Now, I'm very passionate about that as well. I have a lot of opinions. There's also a lot of signs around that I'm very much against that. But besides that sorry that was a really random one. That's very valid. I hope that, you know, people do your research. I, you know, talk to talk to your vets before making that kind of decision. There are plastic like glue on nails. You can literally put over your cat's nails that you don't have to like cut off their fingertip, literally the quivalent of like if you look at your finger where like your I bend in your finger. It's like cutting your finger off to that point. Exactly. Yes. I've done hateful. The last time. I did a speech class. That was my topic was decline cats 'cause I'm a nerd. And I interviewed him and everything, and I just I love it is in very passionate about the decline of cats. But there's lots of other things that are way more important, but I'm nervous. So that's where my head went. Yeah. I'm really really trying to be involved in body positively and like I'm plus is referred to myself as mid-size that kind of stuff is really important to me. And then talking about money is another topic. Yeah. That's really important to me. Like, I feel like I'm not good with money. But I feel like maybe it would be better. If people talked about it more. And I think that women need to talk about it more. Not just women though. Like America the world everyone alliens out there. They probably have got their finances..

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"okla" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"I do. I do. I love to infuse spirits with spirulina. It gives it a pretty color. I've definitely made some spirulina Margaritas before I love infused infusions. So if you if you're familiar with lies, Enin tonic book you, you know that I, I love again very simply. It's a very simple way of introducing these superfoods herbs and fruits and veggies into your daily habits in a very fun way. Right? And a healthier way, because I rarely if ever drink at home because alcohol is really no longer my. Being used to have a drinking problem, but I know that many of the people that listen to this, they feel fine when they drink and they feel fine to journey. And so for many of my listeners who do love their wine and their liquor and whatever cocktail, sir, I thought that your philosophy behind alcoholic be of value to them. So if someone is listening that does drink or if they know people that do what there is this healthier approach to approaching yours than Thanh ick philosophy de mind, talking about your Zenon tonic philosophy while it's very similar to my pretty send philosophy where I'm literally just simply introducing as many superfoods in herbals botanical 's into away a very simple way that most people can enjoy is any tonic was my very first book. And I've had so many people that I've introduced to this new healthier lifestyle. In a in a very gentle way because because a lot of people don't want to completely change their lifestyle, they still enjoy, like you said, a cocktails here and there, and if they are going to drink, why not give them an option to do it in a more mindful more conscious way where they're introducing some healthy ingredients into their lives in a in a very mild way. And so I've got a lot of followers that started off with me with the cocktail book that are now, you know, ready to move forward, ready to introduce a lot more beautiful, more beautiful things into their lives in our are now picking up the cooking book in our cooking not ways. Well, so I think it's, it's, it's an easy transition into a a beautiful. Plant based life. Right? So that's the benefit to incorporate healthier foods in superfoods into your cocktails. What are some of your cocktail superfoods that are your favorite to add to your tonics? Oh, my goodness. Where do we start anything? Anything can be added to a cocktail, you know, through either through a vision or through a syrup that you create. So I've I love greatest. So you create a syrup by mixing. A simple syrup is literally just water in sugar. And of course, in Jenin tonic, I talk about all of the natural sweeteners that you can replace a processed sugar. So I never use process sugar. I only use on natural sweeteners. My create sweeteners are are simple syrups with a coconut sugar or maple Sierra, but you can infuse it with absolute. Anything. So I of using superfoods like go, gee berries and herbs like Rosemary and sage, and of course any kind of fruit you want marigolds and jasmin lilacs. I mean, literally, I've got a eucalyptus syrup that I make wait. Why is it so important to buy organic Okla hall? Again, it comes down to the quality..

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"okla" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Do you know what that is traffic when he plays Okla, somebody coming to get somebody coming to getting because they got the Iago heart, divine heart defined dozen development. I think Todd Haley, Greg Williams doing terrific job as a coordinators and this is a different Cleveland Browns football team. Well, although they record doesn't say three and all or anything like that. It's a different team. They could easily be three in, oh, easily easily. It wouldn't feel this, but there's a reason why they're not. It's the reason why we say they could have easily won this game last season game. Susan's go because the Browns have been snake bit, and this is an opportunity for them to prove that they're not the same team that there are legitimate franchise. And it's not just about Baker Mayfield though. I am excited seeing play is about that defense top five in the AFC in the AFC right now, the chiefs one or the other teams that's on the shore floor. Best teams in the NFL. They're three and they go on. On the road into Denver Broncos, two and one to the chiefs match the Rams they come out for an, oh, after Monday night football. Keyshawn keyshawn. You may. You may have to raise the question. I mean, I I had to look at my phone real. Chiefs are slobber. No, the chiefs are interesting bit undefeated quarterback and Patrick Mahomes that a lot of people didn't think when Alex Smith departed that he would be playing as well. But everybody forgot that Andy Reid along with Airbnb who's actually offense coordinator is doing things the right way. And when you got a young quarterback it skill position players like he'll, you know, the defense needs to short the defense. I was certainly like the seat him, acquire guy. Wish they would went out and got Eric read then the Carolina Panthers side or maybe make a play for Thomas up in Seattle. Now Seattle is trying to come on might not move him as fast, but if they can get the defense kind of like just hunker down, then they're going to be tough to mess with AFC or the chiefs on the same level as the Rams no different because of the defense offensively. They're still talented. They can do some things, but defensively Rams a superior that Chiesa just kinda just hanging around. I would be shocked if we see a twenty one point quarter. On the Rams. Yeah, but we've seen a Pittsburgh Steelers team without his best offensive weapon ram hanging. When you say the rid of the nicer twenty one quarter. I said he twenty one point. That's totally different than saying, we scored thirty points over the course of a game. It's hard to score twenty. It's hard to score three points in a quarter. I know which is why. If you score twenty one. Wadey again. The ball had to say about playing with James. Plus we'll see if Keyshawn thinks that the Trojans can get a couple interrupts coming up next..

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Preparing for Primary Day

Max & Murphy on Politics

06:50 min | 3 years ago

Preparing for Primary Day

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Madonna Criticized Over MTV VMAs Tribute to Aretha Franklin

The Jim Ross Report

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Madonna Criticized Over MTV VMAs Tribute to Aretha Franklin

"But without a doubt, ladies and gentlemen, these father knocker of the week goes to the Queen of soul, a wrestle mania alumni, Aretha Franklin who passed away just a few days ago, a voice from heaven. Amazing presence. And even though Madonna Konadu donor at the ward show that I didn't watch. I read about saw the exert Madonna was about putting over Madonna. He might have been a great idea and they're quote unquote, riders room, this ridicule. Madonna comes back. She's six years old. She's gonna put over Aretha she did put over Raith more on that. The goofy sexes. But our respect and our condolences to the three ends the fans of the Queen of soul who made more than one Mark in a WW environment. And we were sure and our fans nothing, but the very best she was treasurer to listen to the betting. Let me tell you something Aretha lacked her severe Retha Aretha liked being a diva she played her role. She was that was her character. When should miss Franklin came onto the set artery Hirsch run through sound checker, whatever he knew who the Bosh was, and I, I really admire that. She never lost that desire for perfection.

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"okla" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Helped by us today off okla sewn women in poverty children in poverty and the disabled in poverty and we're taking on the attention violence and the policy violence being directed towards communities where we're not even talking about the poor let alone passing policies address really addressed in ways some ways we have an impoverished democracy this going back with today woman spoke whose daughter died in her arm because the governor and legislation alabama refused to expand medicaid another woman whose son died because she works living wages and couldn't help him get a car and he ended up getting killed trying to get to work another woman from the apache nation spoke because right now and that on their reservation there's jilin going on this poisoning aqua photos and the dust from the gillian the residue from the billing poisoning at another one who was disabled spoke talked about disabled phobia had what's going on a disabled communities and how the current tax bill threaten to undermine programs that help the disable and all of them understood that the same people that deny health get same people denying the rights and protections to the apache people i heard a muslim woman named linda and a woman denominational leader named terry and female rabbi named sharon they stood together three women three different faith the say taff us to take on this policy by le'ts we're talking about one hundred forty million poor and low wealth people in this country seventythree million women and children thirty seven million without healthcare sixty million people working everyday without a living wage thirteen million households that can't even afford water and more than a quota me and people die every year in this country from poverty and low wealth that is why this movement is declines we cannot be silent anymore we have to change the narrator that narrative of this country and you can't change the narrative without changing then raider and we have to challenge the stig rain.

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"okla" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Well we have lefties of of funds on area there in in the fans on in the kids program and the youth initiatives that we've had over the years extremely important to us and we just wrapped up lefties reading challenge we basically got out to about one hundred forty thousand kids in the in the area here with a reading challenge and one the things that i've learned over the years and i have three kids myself you know with this reading challenges kids are learning to read up to the age of three and then they're reading learn after that you know so if they if they don't have a good foundation with reading in the beginning of makes learning that much harder as they go forward so we like to think that we connect with through reading with with our sport in expose them to what we do here and we have a lot of cool stories with kids that didn't necessarily like to read before but when they've kinda tested to what we do here with motor sports and race cars it took it to a new level so it's just a way to try to try to give back help the kids along and and show them what we do here in pass our passion for the sport and the next generation for for those those that that may may have have not made their plans to come to your racetrack yet this weekend breakdown what awaits them on track and off and how they can get tickets to be a part of all the fun yeah well i mentioned the hauler on thursday you know we have qualifying on friday of course saturday with the finnish series race sunday with the auto club four hundred and all the entertainment they comes there in between we've got driver autograph sessions sessions as well lots of great food musical entertainment we've got bush playing as well so that that'll be a lot of fun and you know we just we're just looking forward to having everybody out here they can get onto auto club speedway dot com that has all of our information all the fun things that we're doing they can dial one eight hundred nine four four rafe or then come to our ticket window and see us here in person here at in tannen okla speedway.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Not the biggest deal in the world but i do wish they would pay because i notice this before i think we've had this conversation before definitely of right they don't seem to value they don't seem to care about the laws is nearly as much as i think i think they should you mentioned trey young how about the gained a cruise dilling our trade young over under listen it's it's a former flattery and unfortunately we forgot to do it on last week's episode they do they play homeless gdp today play before they play texas tech tuesday relishes you're right now negga okla they really need this when texas tech by the way twenty one and four looking really solid and at a three syed right now quoting the committee i do agree with that right now determined started there have m on the three line trey young over under let's just get it done that is going to be a home game for the red raiders and lubbock side note on a on on that story trans father played at texas tech so that'll be interesting aim in fact i'm almost positive this i think trey it said um when they played the first time in norman in the first half he was a little bit thrown in the whole game because like it's his father's alma mater and he had a little bit too much going on wonder what trays going to be like as they had to that in oklahoma is in some serious need of a morale boost i'll go i'm to go lohan you hear gp texas tech of the top five defense in the country so let's go ah let's go twenty six and a half points eight and a half assists and six and a half turnovers for mr young on tuesday night.

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"okla" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"okla" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And within three days time in one city in you know a pa up round okla whatever can him died tallahassee area a guy a guy beat his wife within a pet alligator within a few days later another guy beat his wife with a python well first of all those picks thing it was the closest thing starts turkish argues in over this she like on missouri resist the closest thing to be added meaning they use the pythagoras she was getting the area really she deserved the bennett account in this area on the way out i swear in the same gas station i seem to mullet's the deep fried peacock atlas v glorious did you come up without yourself out no that the charlie autism as well horse at the end of their eighthrow the other the call he calls the mullahs the deep fried peacock lead in the rest of the country they have a unto starbucks that each quarter in florida they have done tag if you get a lego there was a period of time i dunno ten years ago or something maybe a little longer when the molik came into style in europe and the everyone was wearing them in europe in the real y'all's do some travel out there and out you know you just see on there were like there are you know they're kinda cool there like to consider cool at the time weird uneven kind of looks cool little bit for some reason liking duplicate tritscher brain were a year during the time that it's cool you know i mean in lathey that in the last ten fifteen years i've basically only seen uh women.

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"okla" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"okla" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Report melo is uh is basically south charlotte silver has a okla as oklahoma fan in the middle of acc an sec country and just wanted to discuss a little bit about the oklahoma georgia game initially because what i've come to find out where i thought that we may have had the better team and that are offense was going to prevail and uh because we had a suspect defense vat uh durham at second half watching job and michelle the way they ran and when they're running um those plays of i think there were ve forty six seventy and of course the eventual game winning run was twenty seven yards uh gather a couple of them were basically they were untouched but one of the things i noticed that uh when they were going through the line uh there were multiple times where they actually were able to ward off multiple defenders is four hits ensuing singh um that um i'm just wondering in you may have i'm sure public touch on it i just haven't heard yet but um as far as i haven't seen georgia in those running backs do you feel that uh they will actually be able to break through and possibly where down if that's what you want to call it uh alabama eight hundred up because we have our guest waiting but i think it would be difficult but those two are extraordinarily talented but uh i've seen you know just it's on the if alabama place similarly to what we saw monday night i don't think so but they're they're a little more banged up in what we saw them bruce elven joining us are always great to catch up with bruce bruce thanks for the time always a pleasure and i'm going to start with a tweet you put out earlier i know you've you've a elaborated on that you've got a lot of people interesting interested when when you put out a tweet about less miles in hugh freeze at least may be being somewhere in the universe of arizona good afternoon it afternoon paul.

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"okla" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"okla" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Taking a five hour to okla begg yeah yeah talks between eyeing bruce valery over a imagine level what does it take the bag the 7up mountain damaged so yes now won't be people are welcome to come there when we get a set up there will not be any eating and drinking in the studio in lebanon area where people can do that is called the alley colette area right yes it'd be nice though windows windows into the where you let them windows i am as long as you were lien is still out there then he looked like columnist don't you right here at initials please well well we drew in santa claus all this the one is chicago steal lake may and we're talking about on on prompted the last weekend in may and still working on toronto although some people try to get us to go tubing couvert and this is what the doubles alive show so we're trying to our partners trying to get us to go to vancouver uh they were they were a broadband tv was are you to partner they were trying to get us to go there and do is show at broadband tv oh as they are going on a buy was this i say yeah they want excuse just not to work pair gummy their watch somebody would will pull eric is it talk to you for second get this is the ship ugo heavier this in hook up with all the opium george hill mobile last clip.

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