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High alert: World scurries to contain new COVID variant
"The world is scurrying to contain the new coded variances new restrictions were being slapped on travel from countries in southern Africa the new variant now officially names Omicron has the potential to be more resistant to the protection offered by fax scenes however despite the shutdown of flights it has become evident that the variant is already spreading cases have been reported in trouble is in Belgium Israel and Hong Kong Omicron is the variance of concern because of its high number of mutations there's also evidence that it carries a higher degree of infection than the other variance that means people he contracted Kevin nineteen and recovered could be subject to catching it again it could take weeks to note current vaccines are less effective against it I'm Karen Thomas
No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13
"C. F. P. number four Cincinnati is twelve and following the thirty five thirteen winners east Carolina Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and was seventeen of twenty eight for three hundred one yards and two interceptions Alex Pearce caught eight passes for one hundred thirty six yards while Jerome Ford rushed for eighty five yards and a score Cincinnati gave up only one touchdown and held east Carolina to fifty four yards rushing the Bearcats are trying to become the first team outside a power five conference to compete in the fourteen C. F. P. they'll face used at home next week in the AAC title game I'm Dave very
Florida Has the Lowest COVID Cases Compared to Democrat States
"We talked about what's worked and what hasn't and how not to let absurdity win in your community again And in your state again And I evidenced my points by my state the free state of Florida which for 5 consecutive weeks in these states united has had the fewest population adjusted cases in the country Also these states with the highest population adjusted cases right now happen to be blue states Michigan Minnesota where you are 11 to about 13 times more likely to catch COVID-19 than you are here in my free state of Florida Also illustrating that there are 18 states with higher vaccination rates Than Florida that have more cases in many cases multiples more cases in real time And also take a look at the senior population The largest senior population of any state in the country and Florida And yet according to the World Health Organization when you take a look at life expectancy during the pandemic Florida's has been well above the national average and the point is this as we get ready for Biden's new dark winter Is that lockdowns don't work It's been evidenced The vaccines are not a panacea even if they may be at best a tool in the toolkit And we have other health considerations that need to be accounted for starting with mental health Something else we discussed in the first hour of the
Jen Psaki Invites the Taliban Into the 'International Community'
"Yesterday at The White House perhaps you've heard of it It's a big White House in Washington Well you know what one of the things I want to do is Jen Psaki on the Taliban Let's go to soundbite number 21 Because this is pretty amazing stuff Steven portnoy who I used to work with and he's a news reporter He's covering The White House For a CBS right For CBS radio And he used to work at WMA all our mothership in Washington I like Steven Porter And he asked a question of Jen Psaki colonel club about the Taliban which is riding roughshod over Afghanistan We're expecting now weeks maybe even days until Kabul is overrun We're gonna have to evacuate the embassy helicopters on the roof Saigon all over again because the Democrats are in charge The massacre is going on I don't know if you saw the testimony yesterday Women in Afghanistan are being brutalized for being too western by the Taliban children are being brutalized the schools are being blown up and burned The Taliban is rolling back the clock again And the place is being completely devastated and destroyed mass murders are taking place Massacres again women and children being brutalized cattle being stampeded The whole thing Jen Psaki yesterday Clearly on the march You're objective is to have a negotiated political settlement What gives you confidence that the Taliban is interested in that Well the Taliban has to make an assessment One we have also said that there's no question that the television defense security forces would be strengthened as with the Afghan political leadership if they were to have more success in fighting back There's no question about that We're not hiding from that in any way shape or form The Taliban also has to make an assessment about what they want their role to be in the international community The Taliban has to make an assessment as to what they want their role to be in the international community
World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa
"Bilson has become the first European Union country to announce a case of the corona virus variant detected in South Africa well the seller since the age of all of us health minister Frank Vandenbroucke tells the media it's someone who came from abroad a person tested on November twenty two he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection Belgium has recently taken new measures in an attempt to keep a delta driven covert nineteen spike from spiraling out of control hoping that action now will save call Christmas next month south African scientists have identified a new version of the corona virus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in that cope with nineteen infections I'm Charles the last month
FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety
"U. S. health officials say Merck's experimental cope with nineteen pill is effective but the raising questions about its safety during pregnancy I'm Ben Thomas with some details the food and drug administration posted its review ahead of a public meeting next week what outside experts will debate the drug's benefits and risks FDA scientists identified several potential risks including possible toxicity and birth defects they also note mark collected far less safety data overall that has been gathered for other covert nineteen therapies all covered nineteen drugs currently authorized by the FDA require an injection or IV which limits their use if authorized Merck's drug would be the first pill treatment that patients could take it home it's already authorized for emergency use in the U. K. I'm Ben Thomas
WHO hosts special meeting on worrying new COVID-19 variant
"The world health organization is hosting a special meeting on a worrying new covert nineteen variant advises a holding the session to flush out information about the very at the solutions South Africa though its impact on Clevedon team vaccines may not be known for weeks the technical advisory group on the evolution of privet nineteen is meeting virtually discusses circle B. one one five two nine variant this caused the stock market swoon and lead the you to recommend the polls and flights to southern Africa the group could decide if it's a variant of concern the most worrying type like the well known delta variant all of their end of interest on whether to use a Greek letter to classify it I'm Charles the last month
Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6
"The Buffalo Bills moved into a temporary tied for first place in the AFC east by shutting down the New Orleans Saints thirty one six Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes completing twenty three of twenty eight to pace the bills it was a good night no getting victory it by any means still some things to clean up and we'll look at that on tape and learn from it but happy for our guys responded from you know a short week into a tough loss on Sunday to a balanced scoring strikes were to tight end Dawson Knox the first got the bills first driving put buffalo up seven nothing the second put the game out of reach for the punctual saints at twenty four nothing midway through the third quarter Stefon Diggs them out breed also caught TD passes for buffalo which is now seven for the same record as the weak link which place Sunday the saints fell to five and six I'm John Merriam
South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike
"A warning out of South Africa they were observing L. what looked like a new value south Africa's health minister Joseph follow says the new corona virus variant is worrisome because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people and the country's most populous province you can be rest assured as people start to move even more over the next few weeks this will be all over Paulus says there has been an exponential rise in infections in South Africa in the past four or five days possibly being driven by the new variant they're working now to determine the percentage of the new cases that have been caused by it the variant is also been found in travelers from South Africa to Botswana and Hong Kong I'm timid wire
Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy
"The mother of the black Georgian man slain in twenty twenty after being chased by three white men says she feels blessed this year despite her loss AP correspondent Norman hall reports of Montgomery's mother says her sons if the thanksgiving chairs a symbol of justice and despite what she says is an empty spot in her heart she is grateful I'm thankful because his first thanksgiving that would happen saying that we finally got justice Ramana wonder Cooper Jones spent the past six weeks away from home since jury selection started October eighteenth she moved away from Brunswick after her son was killed she says the coming days will be a time for rest and for reflection on memories of her son such is his favorite foods I'm not like butter beans you like butter beans and pork chops I Norman hall
Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving
"President Joe Biden is wishing Americans a happy and closer to normal thanksgiving this is always a special time in America but this year the blessings of thanks commuters are specially made for the president and First Lady Jill Biden made their greeting in a video recorded earlier this week after being apart last year we have a new appreciation for those little moments we can't plan or replicate the music of laughter in a warm full kitchen the thump of small feet making big sounds it's the second thanksgiving celebrated in the shadow of the corona virus pandemic which according to Johns Hopkins university's count has seen more than seven hundred and seventy five thousand Americans died from covert nineteen as we give thanks for what we have we also keep in our hearts those who we lost in those lost so much I'm Ben Thomas
Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon
"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my
New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks
"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn
Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter
"Let me ask you something Look at the Commonwealth of Virginia We're going into that if you really want your main focus is who's going to be the next president of the United States That's all you care about As Trump going to run if he runs he's got to be Biden His Biden gonna want Is it gonna be Kamala Are they gonna get rid of her and put in Pete Buttigieg All these things If you're main focus is who's gonna be the president of the United States Let me ask you something Do you think Glenn youngkin And the Republicans sweep that we just saw in the Commonwealth of Virginia three weeks ago Do you think that improves the chances for a Republican to win the Electoral College votes in Virginia Versus should Terry mcauliffe had one Do you think maybe Moving this state the state of Virginia into the red column with regard to its governorship and its statewide leadership at lieutenant governor and attorney general do you think that that may be moves Virginia a little closer to being in play and being a purple state Do you think that governor Ron DeSantis winning a very close election Three years ago In Florida do you think that helped Move Florida more solidly into the red column Do you think that his policies and the way he's governing in Florida moves it even further into the red column where maybe when we get to 24 Florida might not even be the toss up state that it has been Maybe whoever the Republican nominee is won't even have to focus as much energy and time and money as they have in years past in Florida Because desantis and the Republican Party has done such a good job in that state that it's more solid or Republican state than it would have been Do you see what I'm saying Do you see how these local elections actually help put together that puzzle that gives you your Electoral College map
Jen Psaki Tells Americans Joe Biden Doesn't Care About Your Expensive Thanksgiving
"But she is right about one thing Prices have gone up Quite a bit 6.2% on average for a lot of things even more so especially the things on your Thanksgiving table And wages have only gone up less than 1% year over year So inflation's up 6.2% over the year your wages if you're lucky went up by less than 1% Oh if you're on social security though they make a big deal out of this People on social security got a cost of living increase of 5.7% We'll excuse me pal But if inflation is up 6.2% and the cost of living increase in social security was 5.7% I'm still losing money I'm still losing money And they don't care Oh no are they working really hard They really they do care They do care Oh really Here's Peter doocy asking Jen Psaki about the optics of Joe Biden going to Nantucket for Thanksgiving with one of the richest people in the country while families are struggling to get a stouffer's meal on their table What message doesn't say into the middle class Americans President Biden says that he's trying to help for struggling this week to cover the cost of the most expensive Thanksgiving ever that the president is going to take a few days off at a billionaire's compound in the untucking Well first I would say I don't know if you've cooked a Turkey before but a 20 pound Turkey is a pretty big Turkey I think we can all agree There are about $1 more Yeah it's only $1 What do you complaining about Go eat your Turkey and stop bitching at us okay Come on you ungrateful Americans People take issue with me saying they don't care Does that sound like somebody who cares Did that sound to you like somebody who deeply cares about the increase in inflation in the increase of costs It the most expensive Thanksgiving in American history A billionaire's compound in
Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher
"Because when he hates to lose to me, let me give you a share with you a dirty little secret. He always does. He always does. He loses to me in every category. I mean, every category, every one of these I mean, audience size revenue, donor campaigns, he always. He's usually second. But he's second. He's never first. Once in a while, he gets a victory and then he gloats about it for months because it's so big. It's such a big deal to him to beat me. Let me share with you what he said. Again, I didn't start this, and I'm not always comfortable. I see Tracy shaking her head. We're a little nervous here about this because I don't want to hurt Hughes feelings. I do want to hurt his producers feelings 'cause he's a jerk. But Hugh Hughes a nice guy. Generalissimo. He's a lost cause. But Hugh, I like you. Don't always agree with him, but I like it. He doesn't like it when I pick on him. But then he always starts it. For example, here's what he said on his show this morning with the angel tree campaign. All of you can participate in angel trade. And dozens and dozens of you stepped up this week. Now Gallagher, God love him. Gallagher gets to operate when the phone center is open. And so he's just lapped me in the first week. First two days his lap me. I've raised tens of thousands and he's raised double that by asking his audit. Now, my audience is bigger and they like me more than Mike, but Mike has got that phone call center running, and I'm done, dark. People have to use the Internet with me. So please go to Hugo at dot com. Don't let Gallagher get too far ahead of me. I'll close in the end. I'll find some big donors to close in
Joe Biden Will Read Anything on a Teleprompter
"How about President Biden? This is a classic. Remember, Will Ferrell in the very funny movie anchorman? And he would read anything off the prompter. Anything that was on the teleprompter he'd read it. This is classic. Check this out. Here is Joe Biden in action. He may have heard the CEO of Walmart yesterday on the steps we've taken. He said I quote, the combination of private enterprise and government, working together has been really successful. He went on to say all the way through the supply chain. There's a lot of innovation. Because of the actions we've taken, things have begun to change. And to quote, in the past three weeks, the number of containers sitting on docks blocking that movement. He says in the quote, he says end of, quote, literally, end of, quote, that's actually a daddy warbucks has a lie like that. He's in the radio studios and he's reading he's reading. I'm willing to offer a $50,000 reward to the real persons who are Annie's parents, drop page. And warbucks says drop page because back in the old time radio days used to drop the page and it would say that on the script, so Biden was doing daddy warbucks. Drop page.
Number of Americans Filing for Unemployment Benefits Falls Past Pre-Pandemic Levels
"Is we got some good news to report. Comes on the economy, the number of Americans, newly seeking jobless benefits plummeted last week, falling past pre-pandemic levels, in fact, it was fall into the lowest point since 1969. This is more than a year and a half after the start of the pandemic, of course, as of last week, initial filings for unemployment benefits fell to a 199,000 economists expected to see the claims dropped to 260,000 gives you an idea of how low this number has gone. So that's some good news. The bad news is Joe Biden is still president. And the Democrats are still running things in Washington and I'm not sure we have a whole lot of economic good news to celebrate, but there is at least a little sliver of sunlight today.
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"I cry every day. I mean, everything was taken from her. And she's been under the court approved Conservative ship for 13 years for She has unsuccessfully tried to have her father removed as a conservative River state, with her attorney, arguing that the singer is afraid of her father doesn't want him to have control over finances in career. Right, So there's breaking music just coming from this, So we're just going to keep reporting as we hear new things. Um, uh, she she wants out now and she and she doesn't remember She's Pain, the both sides of the attorneys and she's also working for the people she pays, she says. Even if she's sick, she needs to go to at least three meetings a week. He wants to just do therapy once a week. And she said, Um She I should be able to sue, the conservative said. If she doesn't do what they say in terms of therapy, they would withhold your money and deny her vacation in Maui Chess, and she said the conservatorship from the beginning it makes no sense. I pay people money and they control me. I've worked since I was 17. And this is abuse of this conservative ship. I don't feel I can live a full life. I don't even believe in therapy. I always said I could take it to God. And she just kept saying she wants it to and the conservative ship she's being hounded by paparazzi in the conservative ship is not protecting her. And they make me feel like I'm living in a rehab program and not my own home. And I will continue to do therapy once week because they do need needed. I want to get married and have a baby. I want to take the I u d out. But the conservative won't let me because they don't want me to have a baby health. How would She's 38 you know, or whatever it took a year during Covid to get self pyramids. The conservative lied and said I could get nothing done. I couldn't get my nails done anything. The conservators now like my dad, was they work for me? She says she's scared of people doesn't trust people, and she's stuck in Westlake, where she has no privacy. And the paparazzi serious are crying as she left therapy. Those were photos we saw of her. Yeah, and she can't She do sessions at home, right? Um, And she's upset with Jodi Montgomery, the personal conservator who says she's become heavy handed the judge think Britney and thanked her and said it took a lot of courage to speak out, and Britain's lawyer was asked if he wanted to file petition to end it. Lawyers said they were confidential reality issues. But he said If Britney wants her to file petition, he would do that. But She's an aster Vivia, but holy hell! Wow. You guys I feel it makes me just so sad. It makes you realize like everything we sound that framing Britney Spears that we were all feeling so bad about has been like true. Wow. Alright, So this is we'll just keep as we hear more wants to get married to Sam. She wants to have a baby. I mean, Alright, but it's also It's also, you know, interesting, probably California. Legally speaking, people are watching this case because apparently the very real thing that can happen. And I don't know if it's because in California but let's just say that somebody has money. A family member says that maybe it's an elderly person. They've got dementia. Maybe you're Alzheimer. They get a doctor to sign the kck. Some yes and P member's wife stole the daughter. His foreign wife stole his body from his Children. Yes, and it's very in fact, I think what what they said in the framing Britney Spears, the lawyer who was speaking for the speaker. I mean, just like broadly as a lawyer News now working to keep Britney under the conservatorship. She testified on camera that in California, a medical conservatorship has never been overturned, right. That's why Britney said to the judge. I want to do this without a medical evaluation, right? She is on her knees begging Begging..
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"K. this week drew like knows that he's going in as the starting quarterback to begin the week I do think they were going to see some new wrinkles in this offense maybe here in week two for him I don't know how many new wrinkles we'll see I think you'll see just the hand cuffs or training wheels come off a little bit he he he said last week he didn't think that rich Camarillo would would limit the playbook but then reach the next day said no we're definitely on the play book like with any new starter really every position to make things easy but especially for a quarterback cell I think the the most wrinkles we saw our against the Vikes as were the through you know the I think the most fun things against the wall not send it won't do that again I don't see them doing more than that but I do think it'll feel like more of the offense is opened up and they let her throw the ball down field a little bit more BK there's a lot of rumbling around the city about all sorts of play calling not as we started to show arm we discussed at this going offenses thirtieth and the NFL is there any chance that there really is a little bit of friction over there with Vic Fangio and also the coordinator rich Camarillo I don't think there's friction I think there's growing pains I don't think that I don't think that what's the difference friction I think is what Mike McCoy invents Joseph were experiencing where Mike was just doing whatever the heck he wanted in the just like trust me I've got this I know what I'm doing and what necessarily they were always on the same page that's what Mike was let go in the middle of Vance's first years that coach here I think that rich is still trying to figure it out and figure out what Vic once week over week and in I don't know how to I don't know how this happens excuse me for interrupting but I don't know how this happens that you can have an office coordinator and you're figuring things out I think those of that that's one of those positions initially that you have to have it figured out but but don't you think it takes some of that has to do with the fact that you're on your third quarter I don't care it didn't work with a guy who who is a professor quarterback and Joe Flacco you didn't have great numbers then we we've gone a whole season without scored twenty four points that that's that's not cool this is not cool let me ask you this you played for a handful of different head coaches how many of the defense of coordinators were the head coach I don't see for he was calling the defense but even the no no we No not call right Carol called the center member John fox telling me that it's really hard for a defense of had a deep into my head coach actually call the defense because it takes him out of having a control over the entire game at times and they can't control the tempo no matter how much they want to so your bill Belichick certainly as fingerprints all over there he's got a defense yeah he I think he does at times of the year overrule stuff but I don't think game in game out he's calling it you just don't see it very often I'm not saying it doesn't work I'm saying that it's harder and that's why Andy Reid John Payton go down a list of the offense guys Sean John McVay I discussion and they can control the temple however they want they want to consult with anybody or have any kind of conversation as to what they want to do where is Vic still has to have that conversation and I think he and Richard still figure each other out by the way we did score twenty four points once we be Cleveland okay so want to but that is simply we haven't scored twenty five points you could say that it was her twenty five points in thirty games maybe something like that she feels it feels like we just do enough to catch up with the opponent and keep it safe and keep it close and we don't want to screw this up I felt like that and Joe Flacco his last start it felt like that in Brandon Allen's terrific first half against the against the Minnesota Vikings NFL like that last week I'm like man here we go you know what we're doing good things and now we can't you know we can't continue those things it's it's something that I'm just speculating out there but it's something has got to change and I don't know if it changes this offseason but this is not what you signed up for when you're Vic Fangio you don't sign up to go out and try to beat every team ten the sixteen a thirteen the sixteen that's that's that's not that's not complimentary football we've given up but let's see one two three four five six seven eight eight teams we've given up twenty points to we've been on the defensive side well me when your office is going you know two four eleven that's nine that that's nine times a day and I convert on third down it's hard to have a great day on defense the greatest defense if you look at them I can almost guarantee without even looking okay the teams that are number one two three four and five I teams that have all fences that run the football and score points forget about what they do pass it okay they run the football they possess the football and they score points look at the New England Patriots city fence is really good against bad teams now they face some good defense is a and some good teams also they're all world defense that people want to compare to some of the great defenses of all time just looks pretty average well if you don't if you can't convert I think the I think the patriots opposers by the way I I think there I don't think that there is good as their record even close I think our our friend a Logan said on the broadcast when at one point I think your lock was five or six on third down to start the game the Broncos in the previous five games or something like fifteen of eighty three offers got that's that what is a stain of eighty eight eighteen of eighty eight games leading into leading into that game and so you end up forty seven percent you'll take forty seven percent every week but look at where they were to start it and I think you that you're right al there's something going on whether it's rich or Vic or them together where it feels like they just not only will ease up on the gas but we think the foot off the gas pedal is taken off and ghost and that's got to be remedy but it feels like it can be especially if they the more confidence they have injury to just keep running the offense keep trying to score more points here are the teams that are the top teams in the NFL with points surrendered for our game through through the day okay the patriots surrender twelve point one all they have been doing is running the football and play good defense services go forty nine is running the football playing good defense Buffalo Bills we know about that yeah you're running the football playing good defense Chicago Bears seventeen point three no Vic Fangio but for some reason they're still running the football play good defense and the Baltimore Ravens our surrender eighteen point two eight number five and then you know what it what what's great about this was great about this is that the Steelers are eighteen point eight the Tennessee Titans nineteen point five Dallas Cowboys nineteen point seven Broncos nineteen point eight we just don't score points were running the football we comport possessing it would just not converting on third down and would not scoring points well there's always help with your line this will be a top if this will be a top three defense if we could run the football possess it and score points make the other team throw the football in critical moments of the game we just don't get there there a couple times and you can remember the third into the hand off to Royce Freeman as they were about to go and and please put up a bunch more points and Vic Fangio said we felt good about where the run game was there but I thought they were taking auditors hands well and that's part of that we talked about that at the top of the show today that's part of the second half way everybody's like why did we all the sudden get conservative about did we gets conservative or too because it was short distance did we do what we've done all year they thought they were going to pick up two yards and pick the one you what is the deal with our with our starting quarterback will we get more all sensitive production out of him this year with the open it up a little bit more so that a gets a talented office of team like the Houston Texans we can we can run with him I think they will because they know that they have to because of not also the scores in the forty to ten CC they this is this is this is an okay like that with the Vikings they knew they were gonna have to score more points I can't do that every week I agree I I don't have a good reason for it other than against the bills they thought they could do Morgan set bills offense because it felt limited clearly they were able to run all over the place and Josh Alan was a problem and then last week they weren't that worried about the Chargers offense is doing let me ask you this ask you this when we consider big plays that has that have happened against the Denver Broncos we went back and charted almost all of the big plays or in that area where Isaac Yatom lined up is he going to be the starter this week I guess the Houston Texans I think he I think he will be and if you look at the touch on the king Alan turns out there is a safety that wasn't where they were supposed to be the one to blame Chris Harris but then he dropped back into his own and I can show you the the you don't have to wait down south we've we thoroughly looked yeah I was supposed to buzz the flag is what I've been told any didn't he say hi they obviously hit the hill yet a third he it keen Alan no I think he's supposed to be at the at the third because otherwise then yeah Adam would have been I mean yeah Adams should have been if ever I re write a plan cover three Dan Yatom hat that third well unless you have planned a combination covered I think is a combo covers at all yeah it was in man some of it was the actor's that's better now and you pass it off depending on if it's a man in the world with that guy in the end so it was a combination coverages if you watch where Chris Harris goes and I stopped and I and I anyway yeah it's it's it's a zone concept and it looked like on one of those plays a yeah Adam was lined up in man to man coverage and he was locked in and they ran the clear out and can Alan game came right across with nobody there I mean it was it was right creek Chris trailed them for about a third and I know you don't know you know you gave him two steps and then go back home right so you're saying that it wasn't yeah Adam who was in that situation it wasn't traditional cover three that yet it was planned a man and then we had zone up a parts will parks was supposed to be where that ball was strong right I think he's busy in that third creams in the middle third because just systems in the box and will then Chris is on the basic coverage part of that.
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"once week" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Described moving to live on stitcher apple podcasts and google play it'd be notified about new episode releases have any questions comments suggestions drop us an email deep twice a year items bad may be little or the front of the act ranchos years started for a can wired said hey traffic on i was like oh that sounds cool so i assigned traffic on that's kind of how i got into running draft for that is weightlifting into him up here each year and i'm curious starting when you started doing this i know san diego's a fairly active community auburn alabama there are pockets of people at the you could say are active what was the impression of your other ROTC members if you can remember your your your classmates where you're the guy that i remember you run with us then you say i i can't i i i got to leave early 'cause i gotta go to PT and i think if i remember correctly you had to go to PTA a couple times a month and maybe once a quarter you had to go down to pin musty for some testing what was the impression of the other people that you were in the program with where you were clearly doing well above and beyond what was required for the minimum requirements or even the maximal requirements for a naval ROTC a student or candidate so i once week we had the PT we had together i think they do it three days sweeten out but once a week but also would assign up the pitching raines because at the navy earn yet marine options in the navy option so the marina option back then were PGN three days week competing rents certain season i can't remember spring and the fall they will let navy guys to come with them and that signed up the tree team with but dan she russian t. c. the navy ours kids they weren't really into peachy bad a big contingency of her future nuclear our officers as on this leads phenomenal athletes in that community but they would even tell those days journalists is not their thing but they're there were a number of our member of some of the guys that were coming out with this every now and then aner geoff townsend news now an officer in our right to disarm he recently in command eminence trades on number guys would come out and be run with that were navy RT's yes matt wolff who's who's what he does now he's one was me ears you know that the cool stuff he just left command of singleton do but there was a few but as john commissioner question listening to and i know one of the things that's a problem for anybody who stays given who values movement is as you get older and your career develops and you're fortunate enough to get a family all these responsibilities it's a lot of times physical activity takes a backseat people will say i just don't have time anymore and i know as active military officer i know there's times you've been stationed overseas oh you have a wife and two kids and also for the fact that you feel that a bio for me that at some point in the relatively near future next few years you're gonna try to run one hundred miler so clear no you didn't take a number of years off and all the sudden when you hit forty five or so say you know i think i'm going to start get moving again what was it over the years that made movement part of the priorities in your life long with your job and your family yeah i'll tell you ran my wife's gets mad at but i think oftentimes i tell her the you know that's the solution to any problem hey just go exercise iran they'll do something go move in inev- remember that the three years now i'll tell you soon after commissioning and beyond the ship and was very difficult happen quote i would do stuff i ride my bike tour fifteen seventeen miles each way a few days a week ever do whatever the utilize that time to you know to double up on on what i was doing us the time while it was always difficult neshat in two thousand see two thousand four cheddar in a parachuting accident so astill have played since crews have three place levin shrews in the left ankle and win our myself gut continue to do soften in you know when when the doctor orthopedic surgeons home hey just heads up it might not ever running in took that on emergent mike okay we'll see about that but there's been fits and starts where it's been more difficult than others tom also been very fortunate in enhanced job jurors are i've saw the exo dive school maybe SEC in two thousand ten to twelve and for people who don't know terminology what is XL thank you i'm sorry it's awesome so is my wife is a school teacher i use the vice principal back commanding officers the principle of that kind of these finds it but is the expo i was able to an ad come from very arduous job so calm travel comedy going on how's chronically fatigue just from international travel under the job an accident here and i was able to get back in somewhat good shape tom but i had a number of jobs where where they were you know a in my community physical fitness is considered very important so not just in the military in my community and and it hurt that i enjoy it you know i really do i enjoy moving it does something you make can you do your best thinking run and do my best of works for me he's not a big runner so we don't under gather much for my previous sex joe santa and i do we would solve all our problems in the hour in the morning did i wrote wedeman gopher ryan chat in kind of your deals are pointing to exercise but we need to solve all our problems we come the thought so now ueli mass chief monsignor remmy on occasion and but i talk when i run in the morning especially for something i think through and and in it kinda got off your question there but bottom line is it's it's done off for me mentally and physically it's kept me gentlemen and i realized that i was actor even in difficult times it can p t any notes she's i know living here in the pittsburgh area and one of the reasons i started my other podcasts fit lab pittsburgh is because there are pockets of people that are active but it's not the norm do you think the duty paths that you chose i know you mentioned that some of the naval ROTC students at auburn future nuclear engineers nuclear sub officers so physical activity really their thing even though some of them were very good you think the path that you chose an officer to be in involved with diving various realms do you think that kind of puts you in community where physical fitness was more important than maybe some of the other assignments that an officer could could take honored or career paths it officer could take on because literal in many cases you are under the water in physical fitness is important yeah at this lula mentioned hanson it major olver because that's going to be a pilot and is enlisting admin back seger and visual and on the island i got commissioned twenty nine years old asylum perfect back then they couldn't fix your eyes they induce survey which is i started looking at other options and i'll tell you i quote john rudin all the time frames workout near he's got a lot of great quotes one of my favorites workout best for people who make the best of the leg things workout and UD thelma silence and i found out about this year diaz her program in in went that route and i'm a much better fit than i ever would have been it's just more of our day activities and you've mentioned e o d a number of times again for the civilians who aren't aware what what is he OD exactly voice of ordinance disposal so we do we we we handle this fuss of hazards all services heavy armor the air force marines navy the thing that sets us apart is we handled steph in the water so you know the army says if if you find a piece of ordinances pissant call nate so we ain't even in the water but what that means is we had different levels of the tax unique text they'll take we are guys all guys and gals which we've had females in our community for many many years doing great stuff in they do they under water tastes darnall underworld orbits and handle diving on handling render safe procedures on navy you dis is as i say i work for the arming iraq is we perfect still best they get a kick out of that is true so in addition to having the skills to neutralize if that's the correct terminology explosive devices you have the ability to do it well underwater which for most of us is a very unnatural environment compared to walking around on land yes unnatural for everyone so i'm curious you decide you're not you're duff can't be a pilot because the is let you down i like to say the reason i'm not a professional baseball players i couldn't hit a curve ball the is let me down so i think it worked out for both of us but i'm curious with up as somebody who came from a traveling background by the time the swim had done some swimming including a couple of ironman by the time you got into this yo- d- for the training for the diving did the swimming background helpers was this something an entirely new skill that some if somebody came in without your background is a fairly skilled swimmer triathlete is like it would really benefited them yeah that's a good point i think it helped me be successful in the pool quite required could act -bility tom i will tell you i know a number of people come into our program with not a swimming background mentioned my previous episodes san of all on we he says when he started could slam i believe he could swim but point is is he was very good firm griffin massacre and and he got there early enough a few months earlier where they put him in our training team where we get people prepared from the oh and and he became very proficient biggest thing is he had the mindset in the decision i'm going to be successful asheville and we're able to you know.
"once week" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I don't know why I'm sorry like Ken and the show, please. No, it's cool. It's eight doesn't it looks good on the show. And then my foot just like I'm just really not feeling. Well, I know like John tonight. So I need to get my shit together might actually wash my hair. We didn't think this through. Okay. I'm gonna cruise through the stories then because also we're going to talk about this on Monday after the episode airs. I hate talking about something that hasn't happened. No. But, like I just I also like to get my thoughts out before something happens because they'll, they'll probably be different after. And it's always interesting to think to see what I thought before you know, like I would love someone's actually. Please never mind. Okay. Like I'm just not in the next up powerless. I fucking put is like dead asleep who will get some. We'll get some view show them your feet here. Wait, put them onto spy. No do not zoom in on my foot. Please like wrote my phone. Part of your, you'd have to bang it. Okay. No, no alternate. Ooh. I don't know came from the bottom. Yeah. Is this ASMAR? Oh, yeah. You US listen to this week, south cutting. Getting very sleepy with good. Not helping it's big. My foot days. I think I'm fine. I've just had like I'm having a day where I just don't feel like myself, you know, that was my hair feels like a piece of straw. I need to take a shot where like I actually gotten like way ahead of myself, like with the showering these days like I shower now. Maybe once week why. Yeah. What do you mean? I shower two times yesterday. Okay. Temps. We teach our, I shower at least every day, I usually workout. But wash my hair don't know. Oh, I watch. I'm twice a week wash. My hair, I shower at least once a day, sometimes twice. No. I literally have a Jared since Monday. You're lying, not cloudy, your long. Do you mean? To you just like change your underwear and hit the road, your mind. No. I swear my life..
"once week" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Oh man. This week we started off with the, the concepts of negative versus positive rights boy. And that's always fun. And then as long as we're going to have a niche audience, isn't it? Yes. Because, you know, when you have a niche audience, then they can dig real deep into this kind of thing. Whereas when you have a general audience, like we have negative positive rights. He's talked about it murky. I don't even know how much of an audience, we have just, you know, when we finally got onto L dot FM. I told my co host. He was like, oh, man. That changes things. I'm like why he goes because up until this point? I just assumed nobody was listening. And then it didn't matter what I said, it's just tell our and there's probably not that many people think that's true. But the circulation of listeners is significantly more than whatever we had at we really don't know. I mean, we know that there's some pirate stations that pick it up for sure. So there probably are few hundred people listening to those, and then we've also got the, the free to air, satellite signals, and you never know how many people are in sub Saharan Africa. Got nothing else to do listening to you. Three in the morning or whenever it is that, you know, it happens to be on. But what else? And then okay you wanna talk about like talk show healthy, he wanted he posited, a theory of like how the abortion situation would work talk show hell for you, 'cause you don't have crtv callers to worry about that. But in the John wick universe like he went and watched John wick three never seen it. And since like murder-for-hire is apparently. Okay. And accept it in that universe. What would they do with the abortionists and people getting abortion world where that was acceptable in a world? World, killing abortionists acceptable pretty much what deposited? So checking out over at anarchist experience dot com once week podcast and you can subscribe over there. All right. So I do want to also mention that gunman two thousand and two is free talk, live silver amplifier, and that means that he or she sounds like a.
"once week" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Only in certain windows, you'll notice that they'll, still they can after three months, you can opt out, remember, so they're only giving you the stuff that is not super super valuable to them. Yeah. Facebook like you opt out, but it's always there forever. Really? Well, you know what? Let, let me let me come back to your visual point about you wanna taste like if they this is the problem. What let me rephrase it a different way. If they discovered tomorrow that there's some enzyme in human breath, that is more powerful than gold, and we just need to mine it and collect it. And so here Brian put this mask on and we're going to 'cause I, I can't stop breathing and that sort of like what the data is now. I can't stop emitting data that all of these companies are monetize ING without my consent or without giving me a taste if they asked me to put on a mask to mine the gold from my breath. I might do that. But I'm going to ask before. I do it like. Well, what's my share? Right. Yeah, that's fair. But yeah. Right. I it's just that the flip side is that, you know, you are getting these services that are enabled by all this data collection. Like the only with the maps with, you know, real time traffic information with the fact that I can swipe over to my Google feed right now. And it's telling me stories about Star Trek Verizon SpaceX, the pixel and Delta Airlines. I mean that's pretty good. That's a good array of Sunday, reading for me. I I like that. And I liked that it knows that already. And when it services, a story about, you know, whatever, Pudi pie or, or something else, not interested in say show me less, and then it learns over time that I don't really have to do that, all that, I'm gonna feed, your paranoia Georgia. Somebody unread discovered that Google pay had some hidden privacy settings. You couldn't really access. Fortunately, when told about this by bleeping computer, Google said, oh, oops that was an update that was a problem and we fixed the settings. And so it's okay now but if you read the settings, it's pretty creepy allow Google payment this. So these were settings that were were turned on. But in theory, you had no access to allow Google Google payment to share third party credit worthiness, information about you with other companies owned and controlled by Google for their everyday business purposes. Allow your personal information abused by other companies owned and controlled by Google to market to, you opting out here, does not impact with their other companies owned and controlled by Google can market to you. Based on information. You provide to them outside of cocoa pay allow Google or it's affiliates to form and third party merchant, who Citre visit whether you have a Google pay account that could be used for payment at that merchant. Does do those settings? Would you like access to the special that first one? I would wonder if anyone would have said. Yes. When Google started out the information that they were gathered if they knew these were all checked by default. And then they hit setting. Yeah, I don't think that anyone any any of us when Google first started, when we started using search engines would we have said yes, to all of the information that they would get easily? I think that we become climatized to us reading up our time to companies where they lose our privacy in once week. Give it up. It's really hard to reclaim it. And so I think that also offers me deeply. As it should. I, I agree with that you should be bothered by it. But while Leo's running down those, those check marks like I just occurred to me. Well, why are they asking for these permissions, probably so that they can send another fixation to your phone? They detect that you pass the fence of Dunkin donuts door and be like, hey, did you know you could use Coupet here? Okay. I, I don't mind doing donuts what's wrong. Just. Yeah. I mean, there's somebody uses Google pay at Dunkin donuts every day, I you know, I sort of get what they're doing that, that first one is creepy as all get out and they shouldn't be checked..
"once week" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Two hundred eighteen pounds a day she gave birth and Syrah performance looks like she's in the best shape of her life. So how did you manage to bounce back so quickly after having a C section beyond say says, quote, I was limiting myself to no bread. No carbs, no sugar. No dairy. No fish, no alcohol. No fish. Eat them. I love every single diet. Exactly. What I eat. I wouldn't have any friends pitchy. Angry. Talks her hard work paid off. There's even a travel moment in the film that shows her excitedly face timing. Her husband, Jay, z to tell him that she was able to fit back into one of our old, costumes. Oh my goodness. Thousands of social media users were left in shock and awe after seeing her display of willpower. One Twitter user said no bread. No fish, no dairy. No carbs. What do you eat the fact of the Ottawa surviving off of pure will and photosynthesis too much for my spirit handles air. Yeah. Keeney does that count? Okay. Another thing. I tried to give candy for a week. And I gave up after three days. Meanwhile, Bansi basically gave up on all food for nothing. Listen, this is why we will never be beyond say, I'm fine with it. Okay. Too much pressure. One time drink for three days and I lost like five pound. That was probably because you had the flu drinking. Completely in of her accomplishment, and the general consensus nobody else could have pulled that off. Restrictive diet. But this this is why she gets along with Goodell. Throw. Neither of those were just. Just see their amazing. And I looked up to be on say, I really do. I don't know if I'd wanna hang out with her that doesn't sound like a very fun. You'll get food wine. She was like excuse me. Calories. The first bizarre celebrity diet to make the news, for example, the rock Dwayne the rock Johnson. Who is basically the exact opposite of beyond says when he wants to get into tiptop shape over fifty three hundred calories a day, including seven meals and ten pounds of food. Instagram. Every week or something. He is a cheat day once week where he literally eats his much sushi as an entire restaurant usually serves in a night, pancakes and stuff, and there's Reese Witherspoon, she advises her followers to supplement breakfast and lunch with fourteen jars of baby food. Diet was promoted by Hollywood trainer to help curb cravings, even Jennifer Aniston gave it a try. I did that once actually maybe it's good taste. I had so much of that stuff thrown at me. And it is not cute. Okay. And then they're snooky in order for her to lose weight. She gained partying and drinking. She went to the cookie diet. Okay. I knew sneaky would be my girl and all this. Diet. Probably not the best one to pick out of all the celebrities. But if it says, cookie diet. I'm not sure she probably a marketing opportunity for basically the diet is sheets six cookies day. And then dinnertime she has something healthy. Just like chicken or fish? Okay. Cookies all day and has a like a decent for dinner. No celebrities out there being like, hey, why.
"once week" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"We have we have this is an exclusive Jesse we have played with the idea of of giving people special like stickers that say that they are Adleman, and they are basically the community overlords. What is that like a like an icon or like a like some sort of colored agents lack? Yeah. Like like, I con the put up there some. Some. We'll get it sorted. But we've thought about that. Because there's a lot of people talking all the time. And we wanted to be as active as possible. Like, we want a lot of great conversations to be, you know, but it and see in there, you know, like in might discord. Yeah. In how there's different lake there's like server admin streamers content creators moderators than you have. You've got it all partitioned out. Yeah. You can do that in slack. I think you can. Okay. So we're looking at some things you have a notice a mission to build a pretty great community this year because of crucial Twitter sucks. And we think that we have such a great community is like a like a hidden Jim of all crypto so go and join up, of course, go follow to dot com slash Mexican Filipino. And you could see Jesse do streaming things. We're gonna do a. Hello cello wanted to play apex legends. He did in. There are three of us. At is a perfect number. Totally do it could back on my PC. Do I do really well to do it? We should when you wanna do fischel. I don't like once week. This link-up will thing is like spending. I'm not in Texas frequently used to be. Oh, okay. But I bet you run on my laptop. It's not doesn't look tough game. Always pretty bad it. Yeah. I run everything on low. It's just yeah. It's it's pretty pretty hefty, okay? On the run. But anyways enough of our future plans of what we aim to do to give you guys more reasons to watch things we do. I don't know big Limbaugh cast calm, and that's And that's it. about it.
"once week" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"So once week we like to do something called the nod to the pod, and we play a little clip from my podcast. That's what she said was Sarah Spain, and then, you know, react to it talk about it. Give people excited to go. Subscribe and rates and love it. And listen and this week my guest was Shelley Smith a longtime ESPN reported we talked about a whole bunch of stuff I highly recommend the full conversation. But this is her talking about the scary moment when she was actually hospitalized after suffering a stroke in the warriors locker room game one of the Western Conference finals, take a listen. This week's not to the pod. What happened was in the middle of the warriors locker room when I was walking around and doing what I do. And all of a sudden, I couldn't talk I go and Raj Shah was there, and he tried to hand me my phone, and I dropped it. 'cause I couldn't move the right side of my body. And he grabbed me and call the trainers trainers. College grabbed me and put me in the training room and pin me down. All I wanted to do a sit up, and I couldn't move, and I couldn't talk, and they were everyone was terrified. Everyone was just completely terrified and everybody around me, and they got aspirin in my blood right away. But I still didn't come out, and they got me in the EMT's. I mean, how fortunate in that like who knew what to do? And and recognize the signs because I would have just been like a long time. You know, leave me alone and got me to the hospital, and I was still in the throes of destroyed because I couldn't move, and I couldn't talk and the dog wouldn't be really doctors around on computers hearings. It's very strange. And so the doctor comes in on the computer screen. It's like move your right arm. And for the first time, I looked down and my arm wasn't moving. And that is scary. And within twenty minutes, I was out of it. He goes, oh, you look much better. Now on the I feel much better. I can talk now I could move, and and I should not have to go because I have a live shot at Torrey 'em go you're on. For more. Please subscribe to that's what she said with Sarah Spain on the ESPN app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Yeah. Of course, she wanted to go back and get that live shot. She's a hustler. But yes, she had already been diagnosed with breast cancer and fought that and melanoma, and she was actually on drugs for for blood clots that she didn't know what affect her in a certain way. And that's what brought on this stroke, sweaters. It's it's unbelievably lucky, I actually know somebody who was in a doctor's office for a different appointment when she suffered a stroke, and because she was already in the office. They could really quickly treat and get her through right place, actually, Adam McKay, I think it's Adam Adam rate, Adam McKay who wrote vice and is a big funnier die guy, whatever it was just with lebatardshow, and because of doing vice and hearing Christian bale talk about how you know in the moment where he needs to play this heart attack scene. He knows that you're supposed to you. Sometimes get stuck. Mckay can feel nauseous and whatever he realized he was having a heart attack and gave himself children's aspirin and treated himself before calling because he'd been working on this movie. So like just strokes of luck like that. But Shelly story I mean, it's enough ice trespassing in a locker room finals, and I just wonder if maybe not like that. But maybe something embarrassing or something just crazy. That's happened to you. Well, you were working in the locker rooms, you know there. There's been instances where you run into players who have heard you talk about them locally. And you know, that there's going to be a standoff or staredown or whatever the case, maybe that's happened with a few bowls players, whether it'd be tyrus Thomas of old and no law..
"once week" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"It doesn't matter. How many times a day you post? It doesn't matter. If you three times a day twice a week twice a week. Listen I post once week I'm not I post once week maybe twice a week. Fucking day. And I'm not saying I'll put my stories up against everybody. But I'm me get to be me. And my stories I have fun. I relate to my people. And I love seeing people over there me, and my my my my post it takes me an hour to two fucking ride, and why don't have an hour to all the time. But I make sure I get an hour every week to gauge with people and give them give them a shot at it. But every day on the stories, I love the stories. And so that's where I have my most strength. So I get to talk to my people I respond to people in video message because it's easy for me to communicate with them. And you know, what that's where my strength is. But it doesn't matter. You don't have to post times a week to get to a million fucking followers. If you make great shit, the people who love it will find it because the people who engage in it, they tell their friends. Hey, you need to go follow a guy. You guys are not quite as old as I am. But you you are old enough to remember that time when there were such things as newspapers, and there was such a thing as a guy or woman as the case may be who was a weekly columnist. And literally this person wrote one thing for the entire. Here week. But some people were so incredibly good at it that they made millions of dollars writing one thing one week. And what I hear you saying Saleh's. Yeah. I mean, poor all of your effort into you know, if all you can do is one one post a week all of your effort into that. And you can build a following. Avon is that? Quality content above everything. It's if you do one post a week super high quality, it's better than three posts a day. They're fucking mediocre, right. Because a lot of down, you know, the people who love it. They'll read the message in love it that content. Never gets old if you can produce fucking unbelievable content every morning at seven am people will love it. But I'll tell you. It's hard to fucking do that. It's really fucking hard to do that. I look at Instagram as a blog, what is its virtual mug until stories or a block. Yeah. People do the stories where it's at because you can't hide out. Here's what here's how I encourage people to see it. Real simple terms. Your fucking posts are like you're finished movie. Right. That's your movie, I just made a post. It's my fucking movie. Okay. The stories are how you made the movie. It's hey, it's it's like the outtakes like you don't have like a realize bureau air by laws it it's fucking great..
"once week" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Side, take the keys off of him on made sometimes anyone and reverse informed. So that when it come pick it up, they drive it straight out. Out, you know, lots of little things attention to details. The the make a successful business. But also makes the employee's do anything I asked him because I am the bins once week because I got up and clean the windows. Chris I put Christmas decorations up because I put the new door out the bat work shopping out of the beams in the top. I cannot anyone of my guys to empty the bins. And they don't go on much description because I saw me the day before, you know. So and that's how I run businesses. You know, I I I'm very close to everybody. So you spoke having were there comes McConnell's will be able to see why do you think there is so good with some of it's been such a map? There are plenty of older drivers should recite who some on interested in helping some tried to help but accounts productive because it's kind of you should be doing. Now. I did this. Okay. Thank you. You're talking about now. But there's a there's a mind size, and what in order for someone of Eric sites to be able to communicate effectively with teenagers that that's that's a big gap to to be able to break what they're put put me on here in the room doing two to three things. One thing a genuine designed to help which is very clear. This is no terrier motive isn't the. It's just wanting to help any bridge drive. Is that the can be helped? It's not just the would win is any the fondness. Never. So I think the genuine there. I think also the Derek speaks as racing driver to racing drivers. And that's a language in itself. It doesn't really matter about I do not respect to when you've done the driving. You talk about commitment. And I was on the steering talking about getting car around the track that society, whether he'll sixteen sixty six whatever. So I think that's that's a big in the final element. Is there expand their on that seen so many people know, so many people within the sport that he can help put people in touch with others if you'll sixteen draw vase, call a big thing to go out to, you know, a dinosaur Christian whole or whoever it might be inside. All Hello on may Derek can help that by opening doors. And we've we've seen that we've seen that. A few times just to give you want to it just without any push until because the draw was be Paul that prices to Russell without. She very good at going doing that himself. So some draws need more help than others. You know, we've seen 'em in the wolves before we've had issues with certain calls to get in that..
"once week" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"And she saw the choices that she was making every single day in terms of chemical. She was using food choices. Just lifestyle general was making a huge impact in her life and helping to live a healthy lifestyle and not have all of these diseases and problems that so many of us have nowadays. So the truth is it can be really hard to find products that are nontoxic that actually work. I'm sure a lot of you have tried it cleaner products in terms of makeup, or in terms of multipurpose cleaner or floor cleaner. And a lot of times these things don't work as well. Well, British bases actually works. I have to say I was blown away though, I clean my house. And then I have a make my house once week, and she came up to me, I was just blown away by these products. She's been sharing it with all of her clients all of her friends. She cannot believe how amazing these products are. And she the whole time was telling me how she was cleaning. She was like, oh my gosh. I'd not smelling chemicals and getting dizzy, and my hands are like fine. And she's like usually after I'm done cleaning. I'm really dizzy feel like I'm doing drugs all day. And my hand heard like she can feel like her hands are trying itchy and she said after using branch basics. She's not experiencing any of that. And she's obsessed such just goes to show you that there are products out there that you can use so branch basics is one of those products. Now, you guys know I love supporting women owned businesses. I'm obsessed with it. And so when I found out three women own this company. I was like we have to get you guys on the show verse off second. I love your product and third off I one here this story. The truth is sometimes it takes a story to help us to see how important it is. And maybe some of you might be listening to this episode and start to relate with their journey. You might not realize this. But a lot of the stuff that raising our homes is deeply impacting our health. So I'd write you guys to take a listen. And then think about how you can start making changes in the products that you buy now, the cool thing. As I have special code. You..
"once week" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"A lunch or coffee, and then I just try to squeeze everyone on the weekends especially like, but that means I don't get to see everyone even once a week and people are okay with this have to be. It's kind of like what you were saying I'm not going to, you know, shut down all the things I'm going to really fun time right now. I think that's why I can really I max out at like three people because I tried to see everybody wants a week just because I don't know. I like I like having sex at least once a week, so guys see somebody. That's all bad once week you can pull that off. Yeah. But it is a little exhausting because it'll be like I only have Tuesday and Wednesday free. Right. I'll see you Wednesday. Great. We hang out. And then I'm gonna get on six AM flight on Thursday. Yeah. It's it's a lot. But it is something I want. So I am. So we will you will you date a very overt fan like on Tinder, it's possible. Someone doesn't know who you are. What if you are doing your show and afterward some comes up and hits on news that comfortable for you? Yeah. But it has never happened. I mean, it's happened. Maybe twice. Probably. I mean, it's an intimidating experience to go to someone show someone who's the star of something. And then have the confidence to hit on them afterwards as a quote, unquote, normal person women, do it all the time men have semi chuckle. Fuckers women. Do not have chuckle fuckers. I don't think it's the compliment. I get from men a lot is. I didn't know who you were before this, my friend dragged me here, but you are actually pretty funny. You should keep doing this. And I'm like, oh, cool. I'm so glad that you gave me the confidence to keep going. Men love to give backhanded compliment or I've been hit on by men who came with women who are obviously with that woman. And I'm like European shit trough like I was in DC last weekend. And during my show, I was doing a joke about how being fat being beautiful aren't mutually exclusive. And I said beautiful and this man in the audience went sexy, and I was like what are you doing screaming? Synonyms what's wrong with you? And he was like your sexy. And I was like great. I know you're not adding anything new to this and his wife was like he loves you. And I was like great cool. And he's like, I love your body. And I said great, I'm so glad we're having this conversation while I'm fucking at work, then he like didn't outlined my body. And I was like, you just outlined grimace this. This is not fun for me. And then I said a couple of things back then it was like you have to shut the fuck up. Like, you can't just talk during a show. Yeah. Like, it's usually men were with somebody. And they're like I like you and I'm like, well, you're unavailable. Also, you're screaming during a show. You're a little troll. And I would never fuck you. You can't scream during show. I learned that I learned that. Why would you ever I dated a comedian? I learned that very quickly. Yeah. Although it's hard because sometimes you all say stuff, that's a little problematic. I don't know. Specifically if you do, but like at that moment now where it's hyper social Justice. And so people are kind of like calling things back. So yeah, I don't think it's super problem. I talked a lot about myself. That's why works. So I mean, if you have like if you find it problematic that I'm talking about waiting a certain way, it's like well to my body my show, I went to are you familiar with the ice house, and I've never been but. Yeah. Okay. So I went there twice because dating comedian. And it was shocking the shit that people were getting their sing like SIS hetero white suits getting up there and saying straight up homophobic shit. And I'm looking around going like, no one saying anything, people are laughing..
"once week" Discussed on Ologies
"Okay. Here are some upgrades to the podcast so forever. Y'all have been asking me if I have any transcripts of the episodes for people who are hearing impaired, or who were running papers who just want to read the information and not take notes and forever been like leelee. No. So starting in about a month or two I will have transcripts for pretty much all the episodes on. There's an amazing listener named Emily white who has professional transcriptionist who is working with a team volunteers who our listeners to head up sorting them out distributing them. And everyone's taking a couple or one or more than one. It's an awesome group. Also, if you ever need a professional transcriptionist higher, Emily white. That's her Email higher. Emily white. She has been amazing and the work that she's been doing to help make this podcast exhaustible is just it's gorgeous. In astounding the first transcript, she sent me. I was like, oh, it's all there so higher Emily white. If you needed transcriptionist higher, Emily wedded. Okay. And the other thing that is going to help us excessively is getting versions bleeped available for download for anyone who wants to listen with kids or wants to listen at their school. But their school won't allow them to hear the word fuck and shit and wailed dick and stuff around kids. So I'm hiring few extra editors to go back use the transports. We have and bleep episodes, and those will be available for free as will the transcripts through my website, allier dot com. They're not up yet. But we're working on it. So all of these things take more time and more people and more money, but they are upgrades. I've really wanted to do and things that I wanted have available for people. So that more people can just enjoy the Allah, gist and all of the knowledge. So those are things I've been working on the other thing is some people have been worried that I won't be able to keep doing this podcast. Just burn out because it is a ton of work. It's just a fuck boat of work, and I have a couple other jobs that I do but good news. I signed a contract of doing. Fifty episodes is next year. So fifty episodes guys that's pretty much once week. You'll be getting a new episode a million DJ air-horns so exciting. So I can't burn out. I'm contractually obligated to keep making them. And I'm contractually obligated because I did sign with a network, so I joined the mid roll company, and they pretty and run ads for some of my favorite podcasts. Oprah's and deputy f a lot of really great ones getting curious. And so it's been a longtime into Goshi aiding with them because I wanted to make sure that I had the opportunity to pick the advertisers. I wanted to work with that made good stuff, and there are products that I thought you guys would like and actually use. And so they've been RAD. And so I start advertising with them starting this next episode with cats, and so I'll tell you guys about stuff that I've been using. And when I think of it, and I could have just done regular at rates, but I decided to make a little bit more work, but make it a little bit more fun and. I wanted to let all the patrons know who've been supporting podcast literally day one. I would not be able to make this that you guys honestly, the support that you've allowed me to give editors and paying myself a bit to do this as a job has been it's been irreplaceable so to patrons, you know, that I'm just thirsty for your love. And I love you very much. And so I wanted to include patrons with the ads just to let them know that they have a really big voice in the show, and they're really be part of the making the show. So I started just calling patriots. I asked them. I was like, hey, gimme your phone numbers..
"once week" Discussed on WJR 760
"Currently forty one degrees. I'm our metal Andhra WJR news next news at twelve o'clock or whenever news breaks. Here for you today and every day, this is the inside outside guys on WJR, Chuck and can laughing and learning on a Sunday morning edition of housing lifestyle information, you can absolutely take to the Bank with the inside outside guys. We appreciate you being was the show is for you and about you. So if you have questions, we're here, take your phone calls. Eight eight eight six five four guys which equals eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven. We're going to talk to ball and one of our favorite cities in Michigan Clarkston, how you doing Paul? Very well guys. How are you? Good Sarah blast. Gotta tell you. You've got a. Oh, yeah. Can you hear us? Yes. Absolutely. We. The question. Go ahead guys. No, sir. Has to do with my house that was built in nineteen Ninety-four. It's it's an efficient house. It's got the makeup. It has no chimney all the appliances are shall I say the furnace and the hot water heater and everything's down in one area. And it all comes out outside the house. The hot water heater is is vented out on its own. And the first is original I've maintained it. I recently had the outside air conditioning unit replaced. But the problem that I have and I find sometimes not always what Al comeback as certain time of the day or they'll be makeup air that's grafting out of these pipes that come out of the front wall. And I'll get up that's the gas smell every once in a while is that something I should be concerned about and. Like, I said, it doesn't happen all the time. Well, you know, if I mean, if it is indeed a natural gas, smell, you know, you're just describing that you have a very efficient bunch of equipment down there. So that I mean, you've gotta you've gotta have a condensate furnace. I gotta believe your water heaters, equally efficient. So what what I'm saying? Is you should never have residual on combusted gas coming from either of those appliances. So if you're smelling gas to me in your home, it's probably a bigger deal than a might be in somebody's home. That's got an old sixty percent furnace. So I would have. Smell it inside. But every once in a while, I'll smell it lasting outta those pipes. Yeah. Those pipes or your exhaust pipes, and those are mostly a condensate and chemical exhaust because you've got such efficient appliances down there your furnace. Are you a ninety plus with your furnace? Well, I don't think it really is ninety plus because it's original old one a carrier, and I've noticed it through and I've had numerous repairs done on it. I've had the upper upper condensation units replaced, you know, and it's the same with the hot water heater. It's it's as old as the houses. And so the house was built by an independent guy. He was you know, he he built a couple of houses in the area. And you know, it's wasn't done by professional builder. Shall we say, but we've always enjoyed and then had good performance. But it's just that the those particular appliances are older and. I'm just wondering if it's time to replace the hot water heater perhaps and maybe investigate what's actually going on. Absolutely. You know, what it's worth. Conditioning and heating and cooling guys down in there. But there's no smell inside the house is just wafting out. Every once in a while. I can and I are big believers, you know, that you have somebody you trust in your parents have somebody already come out there and test it they they've got equipment. They can take readings on that. And they can tell you in a heartbeat. If you're getting incomplete combustion or if you've got a leak anywhere. So I would do that. And it may be time to replace that. But yet call people you trust. If you don't have people you trust week, Adam for you. Okay. All right. The guy that that that furnace and air conditioning. They're the ones that are installed at originally. But the house was built and they've helped us limpet along. It's an it's an older furtive that had a lot of war issues. You know? And it's like the brand I mentioned, but I won't mention it again. And that's okay. Same with the hot water heater. You know, I think the hot water heater. Maybe it's time to replace it. But the dog though, they guys should should be able to help me out with what you're talking as certainly should. I would call them. And you got somebody who trust stick with them. Can I are big believers in that? And then if you have other questions, certainly get hold of us, okay? All right. Thank you very much. God bless you, Paul. We appreciate your stay in touch with the inside outside guys. Thanks, Paul greatly. Appreciate it. It's inevitable. Chuck, I would say at least once every especially this time of year. Once week we're getting emails about. It's only one way to put this the smell of death. People are smelling. They can't identify the smell, smells like something's dead. But they have no idea where it is. That's scary. This time here. It's it's scary for them. It's scary for us. Because how do we tell them where to look for that smell? Exactly, exactly. Yeah. You might have had mice come in. And you might have a raccoon or Basser. I mean, it could be any one of a number of critters that are in a space and trapped, and there's so many spaces that they could be trapped in well we talking about their their stink piped again. I'm disconnected. You know, critters will sometimes. Nah birds will land on the top of that exhaust pipe that drain waste bent pipe. Yeah. And the gases coming out are poisonous and they can literally faint fall down into the pipe. And now they're blocking the pipe. That can be an issue happens round, furnaces old furnaces plumbers say that all the time they find that kind of stuff skunks, squirrels squirrels will build nests in those things. Answer any place. They can get your house. And if you put poison out, you know, mouse and rat which which I do every year because we don't have pets. We don't have young children. And luckily, we've never had the issue of them coming into the house because I put him out about rather than, but you know, if you have that smell, you've got something, you know, the the die now eventually they'll just Payton it'll decompose middle. Go away. Yes. But if you smell that smell of death. I mean, we all know rotten meat, smells, like there's something dead bottom line. And it is amazing. How bad a little little mouse can smell for how long and for how long smell so. No, there's something we want you to learn how to identify as well, all these smells whether it's sewer gas and was talking about rotten eggs burning plastic. It's your home. It's your family. You have to be aware of these things. Yup. Taking your phone calls. Eight eight eight six five four guys eight eight six five four four eight nine seven. We're going to talk to Mark right now about maybe some horizontal cracks that are showing up. Ooh. This could be an issue, Mark. How you doing? You're on with inside outside guys. Yeah. Dealing with a cold. But I'm doing all right. Be honest. I'm glad to hear me. Yes. We can. Thank you. Okay. I'm calling guys. Multi-family building row houses townhouses and recently added baffled and extra installation up in the addicts. Within days after doing this. We started to notice horizontal cracks in the stairwells of the units that they worked above. I'm trying to do. The horizontal cracks start at the ceiling level of the lower levels that are two stories on a slab. In outbreaks go from Hello. We're hearing you buddy. Okay. Donald cracks go from like, the ceiling level on the main level and they run across. The inner stairwell wall. And it's not the end the stairwells. Also have they have walls, but the cracks are showing up on the common wall. They're showing up on the opposite side wall. So. You know, it's baffling. They started out as your hairline cracks in over the last several weeks they've grown to like eighth inch cracks. In the drywall. Yeah. In the drywall, okay? You know? Engineer out here. You said you had some things done in the addict to modify ventilation at insulation. Correct. Baffles, and then they added extra insulation. Yeah. This is interesting because sometimes when you put insulation in an attic in a building that's bringing moisture up through a crawl or a basement or a slab, you can actually create a problem you didn't have. And here's one of the things that could be causing that crack if the structural components in the attic in the ceiling are now being affected by either greater drying, or or or more moisture because of what was done in the attic, they can flex and move and the dry walls attached to the framing if the framing moves because of heat and moisture than the drywall will crack. Some builders call this a ghosting effect because they they didn't understand it decades ago. So it was like ghosts were making things move. But it's literally heat and moisture. Yeah. And that could be your issue and over the radio, that's our best. Guess if it would help if you wanna Email us, some pictures, maybe of the addict area above it and from this stairwell as well. Some pictures to get an idea. Yeah. And then maybe if you guys had gushing for like a structural engineer. Just maybe the confirm things. Absolutely. So if you sign the San Email award guessing, it has to do with the modification of the insulation and ventilation in the attic. A forty plus year old building. And I'm sure. Back where it was done. Euro they'd probably just skated by the basics were to get. Sure. Sure. You know? It's funny. We always say for every action. There's a reaction it's tough. When you can't forget what that reaction is. But if you send us an Email will definitely be be here to help you. Okay. Guys. Enjoy your show. Thank you very much. We really appreciate it. We get back break. We're gonna talk live about how you can help mitigate some of these issues yourself. Nothing major. No big, no, big construction work. You have to do just little things. We'll discuss that. We get back from break along with taking Vicks. Call from port Huron this next segment. 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