35 Burst results for "Once Every Five Years"
Do Five Year Olds Know Who They Are?
"So let's play the opening of this video. Well, we will, when we can. And I can act it out. You probably could actually. I want people to understand what you were asking people to sign that a 5 year old be allowed to do this against the will of the parents. I'm not talking about putting on a dress, okay? I'm not talking about putting on some makeup. I specifically said you're going to go through hormone therapy and then surgery. And then, you know, when people were signing, I was so incredulous that I even sent a couple of times, did I mention that she's 5 years old? Oh yeah, I don't know. And they would go in and say, oh, she knows who she is. She should have the right to make these kind of choice that age. She has exactly what she's doing at 5 years old. I'm not sure I wasn't throwing my feces around at 5 years old. I think I might have been doing that.
Spencer Levine on Making His First Cut in Nearly Five Years at the Shriners Children's Open
"We can get into a bunch of shit because you're not on social media, but like the people love you. I've told you this before. Especially especially we'll get to the happy Gilmore putting scenario at some point 'cause obviously you came in hot, you said you win your old man's garage and you saw this thing and it was dialed or whatever, but first of all, man. Like the Monday queue or whatever, like I saw that and I texted you once I saw you were in or whatever because I know how that shit can go. You can end up in a playoff out of nowhere, but what were the emotions going through? When was the last tour event you played? What were the emotions going through just getting into the Monday queue? I think last time I was in Vegas, you maybe made it to Vegas that time. A couple of years ago, but how are you feeling? Yeah, that was the last tour event I played due to a couple of years ago in Vegas. So yeah, it was nice, man. I went in there, you know, this Monday with not a whole lot of expectations. I mean, I've been playing well at home, but hadn't been planning a competition, but yeah, I just had a good day, dude. I hit it well, and was able to make a few putts and that course is, you know, one of those courses where, you know, you see the scores are pretty damn low. So if you're driving it good there, just kind of like at the actual tournament course, you're gonna have a lot of scoring opportunities. So I drove it really good in the Monday and then I shot a low score and made some putts and I was waiting around. I was in the morning, so like you said, I kind of figured I'd be in a playoff and then it kind of felt like a bonus not to have to play off, so. Honestly, dude, I just felt I was just happy bro I was just happy to be in a tournament. I had a lot of my buddies came out. My dad came out to watch the tournament, so it was just a fun week, man. It felt like the old days it really did. It was a good time. The whole week. I couldn't ask for much more. It was great.
Russell Wilson gets five-year, $245M extension from Broncos
"Russell Wilson has gone from pretty rich to very rich The Broncos have signed the quarterback to a 5 year $245 million extension That includes 165 million in guarantees It's the biggest contract to team history and one of the largest ever in the NFL He had two years and $51 million left on his deal when the Broncos acquired him from Seattle for 5 draft picks and three players Wilson's 113 career victories are the most for a quarterback in his first ten seasons That includes his win in Super Bowl 48 I'm Dave ferry
Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts
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Independent probe points to Israeli fire in journalist death
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McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7
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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship
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Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death
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Trial to start for driver who ran down Times Square tourists
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Fred Savage dropped from 'The Wonder Years' amid allegations
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France's Macron to be inaugurated for second five-year term
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Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues
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Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death
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Prince Harry, Meghan make surprise visit to queen at Windsor
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Zuckerberg money won't be in next round of aid for elections
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US: Man impersonated agent, claimed ties to Pakistani intel
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Biden, Obama mark 12 years under Obama's health care law
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Obama touts health care law, calls it 'high point' of tenure
"Barack Barack Barack Barack Obama Obama Obama Obama has has has has returned returned returned returned to to to to the the the the White White White White House House House House to to to to tout tout tout tout the the the the twelfth twelfth twelfth twelfth anniversary anniversary anniversary anniversary of of of of his his his his signature signature signature signature healthcare healthcare healthcare healthcare bill bill bill bill it it it it is is is is good good good good to to to to be be be be back back back back in in in in the the the the White White White White House House House House the the the the former former former former president president president president says says says says it's it's it's it's been been been been a a a a while while while while five five five five years years years years but but but but he he he he came came came came back back back back to to to to not not not not only only only only celebrate celebrate celebrate celebrate the the the the law law law law known known known known as as as as obamacare obamacare obamacare obamacare but but but but to to to to see see see see an an an an old old old old friend friend friend friend vice vice vice vice president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden quickly quickly quickly quickly saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was a a a a joke joke joke joke and and and and leaning leaning leaning leaning over over over over to to to to hug hug hug hug his his his his former former former former running running running running mate mate mate mate welcome welcome welcome welcome back back back back to to to to the the the the White White White White House House House House man man man man feels feels feels feels like like like like the the the the good good good good old old old old days days days days Obama Obama Obama Obama since since since since passing passing passing passing the the the the affordable affordable affordable affordable Care Care Care Care Act Act Act Act was was was was one one one one of of of of his his his his ten ten ten ten years years years years high high high high points points points points after after after after surviving surviving surviving surviving political political political political and and and and legal legal legal legal challenges challenges challenges challenges the the the the law's law's law's law's reach reach reach reach has has has has grown grown grown grown under under under under the the the the by by by by the the the the administration administration administration administration to to to to an an an an estimated estimated estimated estimated more more more more than than than than thirty thirty thirty thirty million million million million people people people people the the the the current current current current president's president's president's president's moving moving moving moving two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks dented dented dented dented further further further further by by by by lowering lowering lowering lowering costs costs costs costs for for for for more more more more people people people people Sager Sager Sager Sager AMAG AMAG AMAG AMAG ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
"once every five years" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Valuable lesson. I think people already know. That's a lesson hang on now. We've just said that your doug video was leah. Maybe mark's got history. He thinks thrown a few biscuits on the track. I wonder where he got the idea. From loading spot seconds. Oh fuck man exploded like like a big helium balloon thing pop heroes. Wild still lives with me to this day. I think about it lives with you at all. I think it's dead. It's what i think about it. Once every five years yes compass rick rick's up. I we to name three famous dead people.
"once every five years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Are hearty lot okay to be able to put up with What we put up with here. Do I wear shorts until the first snow? Is that the rule and that could be there could be next week. By the way, Okay, Fair enough. I will grant you could be generally I was just general Give you those freezes in October. God, it's happened many times. So I wear I wear short because I've worn shorts literally every day that you know, since it was warm enough to wear shorts, I thought Since the last snow, I guess, um so I can wear shorts until it's not okay. And you'll see. And if you can also be that guy who wear shorts all through the winter, you know, I've I've seen those people I I every radio station party Lot, right. Speaking of Hardy, right? Yeah. Yeah, I noticed that last winter like winter when there was snow on the ground on the ground and people wearing shorts and I was like Okay. Are you want to dare for how is this working? Exactly? What was? Is it laundry day? Like, uh, I don't understand why you're wearing shorts. He and the snow. There's always that guy. Always every single year. I don't know who it will be this year, but we'll see him. It was an interesting summer, though in Chicago. I mean, I don't know about record books and how people look back and I gotta tell you, I don't know if I'm the only one out. There may be a lot of you are having difficulty. Attaching time. Two things. I don't know what it is. Call it Covid brain and I didn't even have covid. I think but like With, like, 2021 has been a bit of a blur. I mean, it just feels like 2020 Forget it. I remember nothing. I have no concept of when that was it could have been 20 years ago. I just don't know. But like thinking of the summer if you will It was a bit of a crazy summer in Chicago. Is that a nice way to put it? Yeah, pretty much, and I mean, I think to 2021 we all it was a bummer because we were all hoping for something that never happened, right? We thought that act and everything would be behind us, and we move forward and no one would mention the word Kobe again, and we were like, kind of waiting, waiting and then deflated deflated, So that was just a bummer. Overall, it was hot. It was warm and humid rain probably in your element here, and it rained, but not enough. What do you mean? Not enough? Apparently, the meteorologists say we had rain, but not as much as we needed. Okay, We're in a drought. All summer. There's a huge lake right over here. Yeah, I know the full of water. How are we gonna drought when I don't understand that thought this was so interesting. We had a lot of severe weather. Well, there were 36. I'm sorry, 13. Tornado warnings in August. We had tornadoes touched down over the summer rumors so far this year. Remember when we were getting all the war? I said, This is odd. We don't we don't normally that's not know what I say that and then people Older timers than me. Oh, yeah, We've always remember the summer of 32 serious, my dad. Any time I'm like, God, we get a lot of flooding. Oh, we used to flood all the time when we lived on Hoyne Avenue there and think everything is graded on a curve visa, but But he's six tornado warnings in Chicago. Is there just an acknowledgement and and again? I only say this that like the data and the numbers are what they are. Okay. They just they are. Those are facts and I accept them. We're seeing more extreme weather, not just here in Chicago. We just had a hurricane. Go through Louisiana. That You know? Excuse me. What do they say in New York was, you know in the flooding in miracle once in a 500 year flood? How come I have a sneaking suspicion that it's going to happen again in two years? Should I go so once in 500 isn't a hard fast rule, is it? It's kind of a generic term you're using for things that are happening more often. Tornadoes in Chicago wildfires out West. It just seems like the extreme weather. Is happening more often. These once in a lifetime events are happening. Once every five years or and I would often say is it more Is it happening more or is it more extreme? Was there just actually just have more access to information about them happen? We don't know, because you know these We still experienced.
"once every five years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thursday is the debut of their brand new podcast, Everybody, That's right. Are you too excited? How are we feeling? Great. John is very nervous. Uh, am not nervous. You're you're not nervous to be on the air. You're nervous for The utter and complete lack of show prep that I do for this fair thing. Uh And I promise you dawn after the fair is over, I will become more engaged, and I will, by that time, have a direction in mind for the show. But for the fair, we're just gonna We're just gonna You know, whatever happens won't be on the actual podcast. We're just gonna fake it. Whatever happens, happens and you know, it's not going to be a big deal. Here We are debut ng, but it won't be like this. No, no, not at all. Special guess you, like. Show it, so don't worry. It won't be like this. Yeah, It's not gonna be like this, Uh, Well, now that you've really sold it once again, tell folks when. Where and how. Kenny? Um, I don't. I don't know. I'm not sure where you find it. Where did it's time to make a choice? Yeah. I don't know. Maybe with babies don't battle started story about Jason an Alexis present. Would you rather A lot of men. I'm going to make a note Lex before I forgive you don't, uh, podcast anymore. Yeah. Okay. Like, so I'm gonna send this over to you. If you want to sign this, we'll get this. We'll get this filed here. So it's just like my Twitter account, Jason my now I don't follow. You are following me, unfollowed me or block meet, Okay, But what if we need traffic? Thank you. Thank you. You're right, Lex. Okay? Had the best source which actually applies if you are happy. Yeah, you are. You are the source. Trust me when you're not here, Alexis and I are like reading what Jodi says. Yeah. Josie Josie? Yeah, even to election in San Diego traffic a couple weeks out, and there's nothing okay. Okay, Here we go. Okay? Okay, Here we go. Would you rather have horrible acne? That is only in your privates? No. What Or moderate acne That's on your face, and it's permanent. I should say I'm sorry. I forgot to say permanent, horrible permanent acne around your privates. Or moderate acne on your face. Oh, my gosh. What about was going to do something nicer? But can you pick me off there? So I'm just going right for the growth? Just same. All say, definitely moderate Hackney on my face on your privates. That sounds really painful. Yeah. Severe. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, face. Yeah. Yeah. You got to keep the promised land. Thank you. You've got to keep the sacred place. Sacred means severe. That's right. Yeah, no. Yeah. Yeah, We're all going with our faces. Okay, Then you have to explain yourself. Exactly. Acne. It's not herpes is really severe. Yeah. Leave the turn The lights off. Don't touch it. Yeah. Oh, Would you rather it's this thing be horny 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Or only be horny one day per year. Oh, all the time. If that's the other option. Yeah, uh, Uh, you know, I'd be good with once every five years. You Oh, man. That's the point anymore, You know? Uh, no. Jason. Oh, God. Um, every day, it's Yeah, That's a lot, girl. I got the biscuits. I got the radio. I got the T V show. I got a I got a I got Dar. Yeah, There's that, um, you have to act on it. You just feel it. You're right. Okay. 24 hours a day, Seven days. Yeah. Yeah, it does sometimes change the like. Your decisions, though. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. Sort of be clouded all the time. Mentally, exactly. Do I go get groceries or do I follow that guy around in dollar tree? Yeah. Yeah, And I think that guy your road dollar If you're looking for a hook up in dollar tree, we Yeah, you'd be like, Oh, God. Let me follow a moment. See where he lives? Uh, wow, no again. If you're looking for sex at dollar General, we have babies. Dollar tree's less than that, because everything in dollar general is generally a dollar. But don't just a dollar. Oh, God. Okay. Um, yeah. 24 hours a day. Here we go. Now in 10 years, maybe not. Yeah. Oh, girl, But right now I want to be able to walk upstairs in 10 years is the same match without grunting. Wait..
"once every five years" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Bad guys and try to get her some help. I think that the scenario you're describing is as much a fantasy is willie wonka brittany spears is worth millions and millions and millions of dollars. You find me. The family members that don't wanna fleece her you can't because they don't exist not mackerels family. Maybe all saying all on the payroll there would saul needed. That's what's needed. I can't figure her sister out. What's her name jamie. Lynn jamie jamie. Lynn had her own career in her own us. would she have had it without britney. I don't think so I mean my kids were addicted to zoe one. Oh one and i just don't see that without a famous person shoving the door open. There's so many better actors in hollywood. Or whatever is she still on the payroll she says no but other people say she is and i just. I think that that britney has been really badly taken advantage of her fragility has been badly taken advantage of. That is a given. That's totally given the question. Is you know what is she dealing with emotionally. And who can you get help her because she obviously you know very few of us could do it alone. She can't do it alone. I think she has doesn't she have like therapist and support and doctor. Doesn't she have a whole medical team around her. The problem that we have with brittany is. I don't think even brittany is denying that it's been a rough ride and that she could use some support but what they've done to her. They've stripped her of her person. Hood you know she does like she's just money-making puppet for them. I don't think britney's not over there saying hey everything's fine. Everything's always been fine. She's just saying can i. can i live my life. Can i can just roll of my life and my body. And it's just sad to see those videos that she makes where she's putting on really provocative outfits or posing topless and covering her breasts and You could just see in her is that she's saying i i. I have to get some something out there to be relevant. Or i won't be in this business anymore. I've gotta look at me. You know it that is a sad thing and she does it from the member. Those ones from her living room. The living room was a mess. And marcus were falling down. Yeah you just know that. Something's going on. I just never thought we'd reached a point in history where we'd all go. Gosh remember having federal line. He seemed like a stabilizing force in that day would come. It's bob and sheri birthdays holidays. Promotions there's a lot in this world worth celebrating but nothing is worth celebrating more than knowledge that pays off like understanding how compound interest works knowing how to check your investment professionals background or figuring out your risk tolerance or finally understanding those terms. 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Studio apartment is too close for comfort for sarah and she needs more space. Also in is pretty disgusting. I i honestly don't know if our relationship is ready for this but the cameras are here. So now. We are ca from sarah's parents. The struggling actors are looking at a four hundred thousand dollar condo in west hollywood. The warning dumped outside. I like this. I love all the big windows in the actual lighting. But i don't know. I like to walk around naked. That's going to be an issue. I always wanted that. Nobody ever using my mom always like that. It's it's a little small. I feel like i need granite countertops. I don't even know what granted that's like. I know i need a granite countertops upstairs. There are two bedrooms. This is a good little guestroom for friends. Come to stay once every five years keeping an open mind about what to do with their spare room. Maybe it's an office. I can set up to make it look like i'm busy and important realistically be great place. Random dunkin and clean only an absolutely necessary. I love it especially your toothpaste. Stains are really discussing yours. Gross me out too. I know we can't paint the walls but let's be serious as we really hate these popcorn ceilings. Look at them ever again because going to feel like somebody died here. Doesn't i just feel like if we could change everything about this house. That would be perfect in such a good fixer. Upper kinda feeling. That's right on right on the money did you. did you see. I don't know if it was just a rumor. And i hate to just throw these things out on a radio show up. There's nothing to them but there was some sort of a post from somebody who looked at these property shows and outed what actually happens in one of them was the property brothers who are just turning it right now they make tens of millions of dollars with endorsements and the tv show but anyway what jumped out at me was somebody went through That show with fixer upper and they said it was a disaster. The property brothers used Like plumbers that weren't really come a licensed and they had all sorts of overages It a lot of it was caused medic and so while it looked nice to the cameras it was actually junk apps. Have you heard about that. He and of course you know like you know it's true. There's a lot of behind the scenes stuff that like for example on fixer. Upper all the furniture. That joe joe puts in those houses. And all those little decorative touches those you don't they don't come with the house you have to pay extra for those right. 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"once every five years" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's not that he was hurt. I i just want you to admit that. I don't care what the reason is. Just don't say oh. We heard off tonight. He didn't play well tonight tom. Tom don't don't box great. While you're you're putting on. Chris paul that they lost series lower than twenty six points. But zach. zach that to answer your point. How they didn't garden tonight. I'll it wasn't on them at all and he still was thrown a ball around and making bad decisions and things like that. I still think he's hurt. I still think that risk isn't right. I still think that impacted him. This is the game where he picked it out. You know what. Maybe i need to shoot a little bit more than passing but every time we try to pass it or try to do something with it. Didn't it didn't work out well for him. So i'm sticking with chris paul got her dire sars made the sons go small which made the bucks play more small ball which made yonathan a couple play more like you should have been as opposed as a wing and also puckett. I got it wrong bad once every five years. I'm allowed to get it wrong. Is that right. That'll get a wrong. Got a pretty spectacularly wrong. Poppy what do you think about what he's saying. There that chris paul played a bad game. Well everybody knows. Increase police choker. I mean i mean everybody knows that now. He made until the finals of the fifty five years of planning into the nba improvement for him relaxed and he can tell his kids they. You know. i'm a hero. Now you know after fifty five years of planning the nba finals train losses. Point is you gotta make it to the final so he made it to the final. Let's let my father go to sleep here so it's very late at night. Thank you talk gentlest. Nice talking to you guys. I registered mike ryan. You see that. I put this on you. I'm not the one who called this. The worst finals ever. I never did that you did. I did and i immediately on the next show. I retract it but the internet's forever. I said it was just the least interesting finals in my lifetime. I'm a little hold true to that. I still don't think it was that interesting. And i think i think these teams look. It was weird. Mba's ultimately milwaukee's there at the end. But they got lucky. And i'm not gonna say. Milwaukee was most lucky that they ran into another team. That hadn't been there either. Because i got pretty lucky in that net series. Those were massive injuries in that series was clearly headed in a different direction and then game seven they also got lucky but we talk about this first half which was some of the warriors basketball scene on this stage like those weren't performances that were worthy of an elimination game if they ran into plop spurs in the showers by halftime. I think they kind of got lucky that they ran into each other here in the finals. They gotta change ship are the more like the raptors in the mavs or is this the beginning of something else because they have someone committed to the city. We'll see mike. I'm not. I'm not gonna let you sit alone on that island. It wasn't entertainment right like it wasn't what book game one blowout came to blow up game. Three blowout gave poor sloppy as game. Gave five awesome game six sloppy game. It wasn't overall at entertaining series. And i think mike. Mike said something in a group chat where he said..
"once every five years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of the kitchen? Animal toys, you know, because what I really needed to do was sit down with him and say Hey, When you disappear. Uh it makes me feel alone and so shut up. I'm looking at the computer, right? Well, you guys were younger. We least you are. I don't have much of that was only 33. She was like 20 or something. I don't know. So you know you were learning, but I mean, you're not 20 anymore. Yeah. When I was a baby, I was fed by other people. I'm not a baby. I was on autopilot for a really long time. Yeah, And now I got hands on the controls, You know, but I'm learning. I'm learning the flight deck. You know, I think it's one of those things where you don't ever really want to figure it all out, because you'll probably die the next day. You finally like a epiphany like I got it all worked out. Then you get hit by a bus croak. All right. What's What's that WTF? The wrong patient. Got a new kidney in an Ohio hospital. Hey, see, you know. What do you know where? In Ohio there was the Cleveland? Oh, good Help one, the Cleveland Clinic that world famous claiming clinic in in Cleveland. I think I think so, too. Why? I thought I thought the Mayo Clinic was like a craft the distribution place for a lie and make all the man age and other condiments. Mostly man, a relish area over this ketchup base. That's right. Uh, yeah. But it's kind of weird because this person did need a kidney and it was and it was the it was an appropriate kidney phone. All right, so the so the person is fine. What's the controversy here? They went, they went into it was meant for somebody else, Right? And there's a list. You know what I mean? Like there's Oh, so this problem wasn't just like a mix up at the hospital. It was a mix up. And deciding who gets the next kidney. It sounds like yes, because if you were if they had to patients and two kidneys who cares who gets which one I am? Maybe it does matter. Well, because one person could be in, you know, worse shape or something right? That's what I'm saying is, but that that mistake is done from the point of view of saying you get the next kidney. I think I thought that's why I saw the headlines. I was like, Hey, anyway, is this he looks like this person needs a kidney. They cut them open. I'll pull that way way. That seems because the the doctors standing there with like a lung kidney each other like which one is this? And he's like hungry and 50 50 chance of being right. I'm going kidney. Yeah, they open up. The kid looks pretty good. Get it out of there. I got an order sheet here. Come on, folks. Almost lunchtime. I got a tee time at four. You know, the reality is first. I reacted like everybody else. I saw this headline. That's outrageous. But you know how many of these procedures are done on a daily? Basis in this country. Just think, a daily basis How many like organ replacement surgeries are done in America on a daily basis, and we get a story like this, like once every five years. So, although I responded the same way like that's outrageous, it's if you're doing it that many times. Yeah, Things are gonna happen. Things break. Hey, you probably make a bunch of money. Shut up. You got a free You gotta do kidney. Didn't your shit. Take your kid? Do you get out of here? Yeah. You want these lungs? Yeah, It's a good thing that it was, um Appropriate type, like blood type and immune system, So that's not necessary. Yeah, because your body how many connections are in the kidney? I think, like, take it out one kidney, But, you know, like when you take out of car, battery and stuff you gotta figure out you know, don't put the one on first before the other one. That's the wrong way. And if you like your body will attack it like it's a foreign body. Well, everybody who everybody who gets the new organ has to take the drugs to help with that, right, But they also have to be like super compatible. Yeah. So there's a lot of going how many connections does not want to know as a doctor when they get in there, and they pull one kidney out and put the other kidney in? Is it an easy Oregon where there's like It's just six connections. It's easy. But if it does seem like there's probably some, like like a small number of big connection, Yeah, and then the rest are like that's why you can't do They need this little vessel out. I'm never going to believe like you could like replace somebody's head. Because all those connections in the neck you know the good I'm like, If you think of an android whenever the the wires that dangled down out of the neck from the head. I mean, that's we have that inside of us alone. Yeah, I mean, I just Not just like the bones and the muscle and stuff. But like the, um uh, the nerve. That's what I'm talking about. You wouldn't have. Yeah. You have to connect to the spine, right? You're never going to be able to smile. Hey, listen, If you're doing research for head transplants just stop now. They do something that you get it. It's never going to happen. Would be weird. Like, whose head do you like? Does that guy come back to life? You get the head of a murderer, and then you because this is not if you take my head and put somebody else's head on my body. I'm even better looking, but it's not me anymore. It's the guy who had that brain is different. Yeah. So you gotta pull my brain out. Put it in somebody else's had then put it in. This is just more evidence of our bodies being just like meat Spacesuit. Oh, yeah. I knew that. I knew that and that meet spacesuits that really annoy me when I stubbed my toe man hurt, you know, and like a paper cut. Why is that? So I got one yesterday. I couldn't skinned my knee and be like, Oh, no, I got a paper cut yesterday and it hurts. I ran through the newsroom, screaming and hollering because some quite embarrassed you have, like a little itch or something on your finger and you scratch it and you look at it, and it turns out to be a little cut and you've been scratching a cut That's never happened to me. But it would if it did. Oh, I do that I went to the con. Tell you something, Not only do we have the haunted microwave, I don't know what's going on. It would listen. I appreciate your testimony. Yeah, well, so we have the hero. The first you are here. You know the first aid kit that's up on the wall. Very well put together. Everything's all nice is now out of out of control. Um, I opened it up. So I had a paper cut. So I was looking for a little Swabey thing to get rid of the blood before I put the band aid that's responsible. Yeah. Let me tell you something about that. That thing has not been looked at in years. Actually opened up one of those Swabey things, So it's in that little pack. You know, it keeps it wet, brittle. Complete more than dry, like disintegrated as I pulled it out. I think we were very healthy newsroom here because we don't use that very often. But.
"once every five years" Discussed on Obscure Disney Podcast
"And everything else. I'm like yeah. This is a make sieg. Have no idea why we're doing visited theme park. I am all about it. And it's like one of my favorite rights so he people's now my favorite right well. It's it's calm relaxing. The line moves fast. It's air conditioned for the most part And you get to see how pineapples grom totally job. I take that back though. I said it's my favorite right. It's not i just really enjoy it. Do you know what i mean like. I don't want to spread rumors show. It's not that it's not. Don't lie on this podcast. You like living with the links. Not even my favorite right in that building. There's only two geez. no i'm getting soren is great right anyway. Yeah all right but is still a fun. Little easter egg. That you can find disneyland Go and stop by the petrified tree. I don't think it gets enough. Love yeah Take a picture in front of it. the way say you know you can put something funny on the caption like now. I'm the second oldest thing in disneyland. Mike caption the you all so. We tease it a bit last week about the conversation about animation in hand-drawn animation computer animation more expensive than hand-drawn. And here's my thoughts. Give us your thoughts. This is what made me think about it. A little bit and I know you're gonna be able to tell me a lot more about this but just just my theory on not theory. But you you talk about the the amount of money spent on all of these new movies and if you look at the budgets. They're dramatically more for computer animation than they were for hand-drawn animation at the Even had drawn animation. Just seems ludicrous. I think about the budget is still cheaper than it is to build the other ones who you like well then. Why don't we do hand-drawn animation. I know it's ridiculous in theory but you know they still are like awesome to look at you. Know they're like little pieces of work of art work. You see every twenty six frames a second. Some so yeah. Computer animation is amazing and like we just saw the last dragon thing that could not be drawn by hand. You just couldn't do that. One right right the all the movement that they have in their still. You look at one hundred one dalmatians and that one would be fantastic like they tried to do that with. Cgi yazigi a computer animation. Different things. I mean there donald enough. They've done enough. Live action one hundred one dominations to prove that the the hand-drawn animation version is better. But this is the thing that i think is interesting is that Movie companies and disney is not excluded from. This will do whatever they think will make them the most money and what the public wants and this is why we keep getting live action. Remakes of movies that we already have because they keep on people keep on going to see them even though it's just a sad retreading of things that they've already done. I mean we do. We haven't missed one yet. I will certainly will not be seeing more of them. We haven't paid for one in a while. But what i think is interesting is what happened is they had a few flops and hand-drawn animation when Pixar put out toy story and just blew them. Out of the water with toy story ran. And they're like. Oh this is what people want. Not recognizing the fact that the movies that they were putting out. Were not really catching on with people. Not because there were hand-drawn but because of you know story issues or whatever it is and so. They basically dismantled their animation department completely and said we only do computer animation now and they gave it one good last push with princess and the frog which i think is beautiful by the way it truly is beautiful movie and it did good. Didn't it did fine. But they've decided that They would rather stick with the computers instead of paying entire departments of people to hand-drawn animation To the point now that. I don't think that they could do a handwrite animated film if they wanted to. And it's sad you lose a lot of life. There's there's a life that goes into a hand-drawn image that just can't be replicated in like three d animated kind of way. There are things that animators have done for decades that you just don't really do in computer animation anymore and i think it's very sad there is a there is a a major loss for. I think the movie going world and for the lack of hand-drawn animation. Coming out of disney. Yeah because i feel like the way that they're able to do animated cartoons much bright like the simpsons. They're not going to cancel it just because they have so much of a backlog on computer that you're like we have everything we need. We can just keep reusing scored footage from that and just really making it forever. I mean they haven't hand-drawn simpson's in a very long time thank goodness all on computer. Maybe that's a reasoning. They wanted to do computer animation and so they don't have to you know they can use it for future works type of a thing potentially but by the way all of this is to say no. It's completely like they. It's sad that they haven't done it and you know aren't ever going to do to get in the future that we can think of. You know i mean you look at some of the behind the scenes stuff from the hand-drawn stuff and it is labor intensive. It is a lot of work and it is you know there are there are animators they get carpal tunnel from drying so much and they're drying from sun up to sundown trying to get things done and you know yeah. It is a lot of work but everything. That's worthwhile is a lot of work and there are lots of very very talented people that i think deserve the opportunity to make another hand-drawn animated film for disney. And i i personally would be in full support of disney saying you know what even if it's once every five years we're going to put out a hand-drawn animated film. Yeah right time dake aid all about it because it just there's just something slightly different and i don't dislike their their computer animated stuff is just i do miss. The the liveliness. That comes from hand-drawn film. Just the fact to know that somebody put that much. I don't know i just know that. It is a complete work of art. That was actually real. Just changes everything for me. Because i feel the same way about you. Know it's a lot like claymation. When i think about clinician when you go oh well this makes a lot more sense. Just that way boy. That seems easier. Then you look at how they do claim asian. And you're like what in the world these people are crazy day. Straight up crazy with that. That's what they Yeah we've watched by the scene stuff on them too and they're like you kind of have to be crazy to be an animator fisher and i think it's true of all animation that you have to be a little off yet because you're working with crazy things all the time and i don't know the claymation looks any smoother better than than than traditional animation. I just like it to just appreciate that. Worked for what it is and Yeah i and you know. We're not disparaging. The artists that work on computer animation. Because it is work and it is very labor intensive also but it is a different medium and i feel like just like with any other kind of art Different mediums give different reactions from the general audience. Yeah if you if you go see a kinetic sculpture it gives you a different reaction from an oil painting. And that's just part of art in puppets popping up a little bit. We li- learn not a full length. Puppet movie for a very long time. I mean we had that horrible happy time. Murders thing that. I refuse to watch but wear them up at movies. We need more.
"once every five years" Discussed on WJR 760
"Calls. But yet I know we have to spend that money or guess what? Your basement's probably going to flood and we do not want that to happen. So it's a It's a difficult balancing act, but spending Investing. I should say, how about this? We need to invest in our underground infrastructure, not just in the immediacy but generationally because these rain events I don't know what's happening, but they're certainly getting much more intense. Well, and we know what's happening it. What do you want to call it? Man made global warming or not? There is climate change in the climate changes, leading to more severe weather events and Lloyd. That's really the issue is, you know too often in politics. They want to take credit for the things that voters can see. They're not going to stand there at the pump station and have a ribbon cutting because it doesn't mean you can't really see it's not sexy guy. It's not sexy, Sexy issue. It's not a sexy issue, and so they don't want to talk about it. You know, they'd rather have those issues like you said that they can see that they can get votes on and get the votes for and, you know, Ride ride. Let's come by. Yeah, but you know, these are problems that Real problems that people that not only is a problem with our commuting but now is going into our homes and destroying property and it's a domino effect and this is very, very important. The governor took an aerial tour of the area over 94 in southwest Detroit today. And she said she loved for the Legislature to to work with her on a long term state infrastructure plan. But you know, as the commissioner, said Candice Miller, you know a lot of times. Those things are just not the sexy issues that they like to talk about. Until something like this happens, and then maybe they will discuss it. No. And and again for our listeners. 1 805 909571 885 90 wjr Let let us know what you went through over the weekend. What you've lost who you hold responsible and also who may be bailed. Help you bail out. Maybe you've got a neighbor that you want to give a shout out to. We want to listen to that as well. So in terms of capacity, Lloyd and as we've, we've talked with Gary Brown and others. Look, Detroit was a city that was built for 1.2 million people. We now have about one third that living in the city, so I would think that the infrastructure would have the capacity to handle this because you don't have The sanitary sewer demand that you used to have. Am I wrong about that? Why do we have a capacity problem? Well, not because the way these these, um pumps were built first of all, as you know, The Detroit freeways are They were built down under underground well, but I'm not just talking about the freeways. I'm talking about the fact that they were overwhelmed even before the freeway started to get booked out. But see the thing that the pumps, though, are not really rigged for Seven inches of rain and five hours because that's what happened. It's more like you know, we can do three inches in 24 hours, but when you have seven inches And five hours. That's a lot of rain. Now. The the streams and the rivers are questing now and so now that water has nowhere to go. So you pump it out of the freeway. It's gonna come right back down to the freeway because it has no place to go. And then the freeways act like a catch basin. So right? Just get more rain. Well, and it's true. And there's an argument and we're gonna hear from Gary Brown in a discussion he had with Paul W. In just a little bit, and by the way to the listeners, we've got some phone issues, so we want you to text us. Not call us So text us your story. Uh, 1 808 590957 Who helped you out who you hold responsible and what you lost in this mess. Just kind of tell us your story in a very short text, and we'll share it with our listeners because we do want to hear from you, and that's the best we can do it. 1 808 590957. Um, One of the things that Gary Brown has pointed out is that he said you look, I don't care how new your system is. We could have upgraded our system. It probably was not going to be built to capacity to withstand this cuddle after please. We have a combined sewer system that was built in the late 18 hundreds for a 100 year storm and back then We certainly didn't get the intensity and the volume of water that we get today in a storm. And so the 100 Year storm is almost a yearly storm now. And it's due to global warming and we've got to adjust our system to, uh to match up with the the the volume and intensity of rain that's coming now because it's not going to stop. And here's the real question, Lloyd. How big would you build the system? You know, do we? It? Does anybody really know how big the system has to be? Do we don't you know, we know these weather events are more frequent. Do you build it for one of these once every five year issues or, you know that's that's a dilemma. I think he would just look at data and look at storms past several years. And how much you know water has been dumped and try to do your best guesstimate using data, uh and built and build it. To that specification. Yeah,.
"once every five years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Searching for survivors. I'm lisa lacerra fox news. Nearly one hundred people are still missing after the partial collapse of a high rise condo and serve size florida. Outside of miami it happened about one. Thirty am local time possible resource that miami dade county local state and federal are being expanded to go to assess what this situation miami dade assistant fire chief of operations rage atalla. At least one person was killed. Rescuers pulled thirty five people from the rubble. More than one hundred others have been accounted for the mayor of miami dade county says structural engineers are working to figure out the cause of the collapse the. Us will keep a small number of troops in afghanistan after the draw down. Four security for diplomat about six hundred and fifty. Us troops will remain in afghanistan for months after the main military withdrawal is complete the associated press reports the remaining us troops will provide security for diplomats and potentially assist turkish troops until more formal turkey lead. Security operation is in place. President biden set a september eleventh date for withdrawal officials of stress security cobbles. International airport is critical to keep us diplomats in afghanistan. Us troops have been a constant presence in afghanistan since the war on terror was launched in the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks in two thousand one on capitol hill jared halpern fox. News is president. Kamla harris will visit the el paso central processing center a customs and border patrol facility when she travels to texas mexico border tomorrow. Harris's spokeswoman says the vice president will meet with migrants at the facility resident vied with a stop this evening in raleigh north carolina where he urged people who are not vaccinated against covert nineteen to get shots celebrate the fourth of july independence from the virus. We can get this stuff about. The president will likely not be goal of getting seventy percent of adults tax needed by then america's listening to former president trump's first a lawyer and former new york city. Mayor rudy giuliani has had his law license suspended in new york state and appeals court sites false statements and attempts to overturn the twenty twenty election for the action. Giuliani on behalf of former president trump traveled the country after joe biden was declared the winner. Speaking in news conferences sending state legislative hearings the committee recommending the suspension said giuliani's action sought to cause a loss of in our elections. The order suspends giuliani until disciplinary. Matters are heard and the court rules. Further giuliani has twenty days to request a hearing grenell. Scott fox news. The teamsters union is holding. Its once every five years convention and this time the union is setting its sights on amazon resolution circulated at the teamsters convention says amazon has changed the nature of work in the country and that change has touched core teamsters industries and workers. It says if approved they will create a division within the teamsters that will focus on unionizing amazon workers calling the company an existential threat to their standards. It is unclear how much support they will get. Or where workers at the bessemer. Alabama warehouse overwhelmingly rejected efforts to join the retail workers union earlier. This year the outcome of that is being challenged by that union over claims that amazon intimidated workers. Jeff bezos who stepping down as ceo to be chair of amazon's board recently said the company does need to do better by their employees. Jessica rosenthal fox news. The number of americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped last week assigned that laos decline. The job market is improving. The labor department says jobless claims declined to seven thousand from the previous week to four hundred. Eleven thousand the number of weekly applications for unemployment aid has fallen steadily year from about nine thousand in january. I'm lisa lacerra.
"once every five years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Um, So if you do a fictitious name is a lot simpler, an easier But, um, if you do a fictitious name, you only have to renew those every five years. But then if you forget to renew it, then you lose it. So we help people with that to a lot of times like they just forget that they have to do that every five years so we could get it back for you. But it's easier kind of just calendar and remember it, um Also when you get a fictitious name, you've got an advertisement in the newspaper, which is super weird, But you do. Um There's legal reasons for that happen. Nobody cares. Um, you have to advertise it. I have it back. You actually do, because I mean, the whole idea between fictitious name is is like basically, um, so somebody could find you, if you wrong them that they have advertised advertising, like kind of put them out in the world because, like, say, you own a trucking company or something, And then you keep changing the name of it. You get in an accident that you change the name and then nobody can find you again like that's why you have to have a fictitious name just to keep people from just opening up all these names and then they can't Somebody can't find you. If you do something wrong, which again? You're like, who would do that? But, um, it happens a lot with crime tractors. I've had like pool companies do it. It tends to happen a lot with contractors. They will open a fictitious name and then just kind of like change. Switch the business to another business. Um, it's I mean, it's to try to save the consumer, which did you think about it like that? It makes a whole lot of sense. But that's why you advertise it. Kind of like to make a paper trail to help show who owns each name so that somebody could come find you. If they have to got it got it That does that. That does make sense because you can kind of just play a shell game there where you just change the name over and over again, and then people will eventually Give up. So if if you have to renew this now, you said, if you're if you're renewing for your business, it's once every year for a fictitious name is once every five years. Is this something where it's just on you to remember it? Do you get some sort of a warning or a reminder? Kind of what I need to renew my tat like if if the city didn't didn't send me a letter saying, Hey, it's time to renew your tags. I never would. I would be getting tickets left and right. You know, nobody reminds you ever. So that's why so many people forget, um, when we had When we offer our business clients something we keep a huge spreadsheet and then, like we hound you every month until it gets done. Um And then, if you know, we still I mean, we're always here, But like I said, you are lying to get on a spreadsheet, but otherwise, no, there's no remembrance, especially with the fictitious name. It's kind of it's pretty easy to lose track of something After five years of year, three or four. You're not even thinking about it. So yeah, it's on you to remember. Wow, I would forget immediately. I would I would that would not work out. Well, for me. She is Jennifer angler from the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. Any legal questions? You can, of course, give us a quality 4458093 to 6. That's 844. 58093268445809326 right here on laying down the law is presented by the Orlando Law Group. Jennifer, I guess if if you're beginning this process you said what? Give yourself about a month in terms of renewing your, is it? Is it a business licenses? Evidence renewing your business license. Well, we'll talk about business licenses to that's a good point with a lot of people forget that that this is basically establishing your entity like going to sun bids and making a business. This is just like kind of getting the name basically and saying who owns that? Got it. Okay. Yeah. So you're okay. Got that? So? Yeah, you You said about a month or so right that people should take in order to do it. Yeah, I like it because it's just so much slower now and, um so, yes. You need to go get a bank account because yes, That's the kind of thing like would be good to get a business bank account. They want to see that you're on SUNBIZ. So it didn't used to be a big deal. And now it is, But yeah, there's somebody who you're going to get a customer tomorrow. You're going to buy property in a week like you're pretty much too late now. Almost, unfortunately, But we've got a way to do it. It used to be real quick. Um, but, yeah, If you're planning on a business, you should be planning about a month ahead. If you're going to need a bank account, or that made official name for any reason, but bank accounts, usually the biggest one. Okay. Okay. That definitely makes sense. As she is Jennifer angler with the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. You can. Of course, get that question to us at 84458093 to 6. That's 844. 580932684458093 to 6. You are listening to laying down the law presented by the.
"once every five years" Discussed on No Laying Up
"I also get frustrated when i look at picks or look at a field and i think there's twenty percent of the fueled can win. This is a lot of tournaments sixty seventy percent of you can win this and maybe that yields better better finishes or better leaderboards here because big names do rise to the top but in a certain sense. That feels almost a little bit. It just doesn't feel as natural or doesn't feel organic like that. It feels weird to not have the mystery of a golf course for a major. I mean obviously gusta same one every year. But there's always like kua. I've played like this nine years ago. I don't know it kind of fit this but like something you see every year and then just kind of tweaked a little bit and playing a little different in different time of year. Just doesn't have the same kind of excitement especially when it's not one of the great stops on the pj too. I did think pebble had a little bit of that a couple years ago. It was fun to see the difference between okay. Plays how it plays in february and how played you know in june. But i'm with you. Torrey pines is not pebble. I think for me torrey pines. A lot of it is i. Don't know if it's repetition or i don't know if it's kind of lack of imagination but it is haven't been there a couple times it's one of the coolest places in the world to walk around like it would be one of the most unbelievable public parks in the world but as a golf course like it's kind of just the same thing over and over. There's there's a couple of holes that that used the us the coastline but the rest of it is kinda. You're you feel like you're playing golf. It could be one hundred yards from the coastline. It could be two miles from the coastline. Like there's nothing in between you and the coast but it also you feel weirdly disconnected from it if that makes sense and thinking back on I don't know how golf courses are routed or how these decisions get made or any of that stuff but you know. Think about when we're at a place like sheep ranch This this past year for tourist sauce. And there's there's holes going at the coasters holes going along the coast. There's going away from the coast. There's whole like the coast is is a factor like thirteen different ways. Thirteen different times. And at torrey pines get there and it's like man number three like what a beautiful shot down to the coast man number four unbelievable man right on right on the cliff. I can't tell you anything about any other hole. I know eighteen has ponds left of it but Yeah i don't know don't hit it in the rough. That's pretty much like i. I've been there. And i've walked all the holes a number of times. That's all i can tell you about it. So i maybe that's a me problem but it seems like a lot of other people have that problem too. People say that about pebble sometimes where they say. Hey you dropped. This wasn't Pacific but next pacific but utilizes that coastline. People say that or you say that i say that. But you know i'm giving public compliment. I shocked. i've just heard the boomerang by here. Sorry i welcome it. I welcome it yeah. I don't know like like just all the money that they've poured they spent. What twenty million dollars. You're recently redoing it. They spend an inordinate amount of money before the last us. Open redoing it. With reese jones. And i feel like the the greens are just like there's just nothing interesting about the greens and if there's nothing interesting about the tea degreen test either. It's kind of the same test for eighteen holes. It's not testing a variety of skills. Even going back to olympic club. And i had issues with setup an olympic club like it was ball below your feet lie. Can you draw one against this slope and use this. Can you hold green going to an elevated green. Can you hit this downhill shot. Can you hit this. Shot out of the rough and hold the screen over that bunker in that kind of stuff and none of that. there's just no creativity. There's no argh legs. No there's like memorable gulf shots out. They're unbelievable place to play frisbee. Sure unbelievable the only gulf hall's not so much. I agree with pretty much everything i'm hearing. The one thing that hurts to this year is that it's going to be a thick rough fest again similar to wing foot. Which is a little bit. I i'd like to see. I know you guys are talking about it after the With randy after the women's open how they get a little bit of a diversity to like yet that there's a place for that like bomb it long and hack it out of the rough type of open. I wish maybe this year we more of an aaron hills or something that had a different. Look even chambers bay. You got a little bit of a mix up but winged foot last year. Feel like it's going to be that a little bit on repeat or it can do that like go all in on that. I saw a picture of ben hogan at olympic from god let jay and rough is like up above his knees which he was going to get upticks if they want to do that every five years or so like once every five years and just make it out completely impossible like that's sick but like just doing this kind of boring yeah the rough going to be thickest shit and i it just doesn't she's not interested in golf now why you can have a good leaderboard and it probably will be one and it probably will be close. It'd probably be exciting and yet the gulf that gets you there can still be really boring. And that's what. I'm afraid of a honestly going into this week. I hope i'm wrong. But i don't see how that's going to be wrong because we've seen tori a lot of times and it's always plays that way balls will it's green is going to be a little more firm balls will roll through them. They'll stop right there in the rough. That's grown up right. Next to the greens the rough that sits between the bunkers and the green and the very circular greens. It just don't inspire a lot. So what we'll see. A lot of those little choppy chip shots out of the. You know so much fun to watch just hebel. We saw like oh man like it just makes me anxious to watch that. I think what kind of yeah it's tough. It's an unfair comparison. I know because augusta is augusta and torrey pines. His torrey pines. But think about all the different shots you can remember from from augusta national on on all the holes from all the different years and outside of you know tiger woods. Two thousand eight Us open we see torrey pines every year name. A couple like memorable shots that weren't on the eighteenth hole. I can i can remember. Roms eagle putt on eighteen. I remember a couple. Wedges that came you know kyle stanley that that overspent a wedge in eighteen but like other than that man i mean i watch it every year and i just don't remember any of it anything you know. I think that is is an oversimplification. But that reid had great chip shot left of ten this year. I don't know if you remember that but that's right. People people will remember that. What i'm sure. But you know what i mean. That's an oversimplification. But it's kind of a good litmus test. I feel like for remembering is even just just so vanilla right. It's just you know the they all look the same. They all look like any any public. Course you played that was built between nineteen seventy and twenty ten. That you know reese. Jones had had a hand in like the exact same look. Just plop down this spectacular kind of table top cliffside and i know the coastal commission would never let them move some of these holes closer to the cliff or whatever but managed just feels like such a waste will..
"once every five years" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And then, there have been there. The, what's her name Rita know what, what's your thoughts, actual and married to Danny DeVito? And and people are shouting it. They know it. I mean, I sure would just about her, you know, going through anger management classes and having endless amounts of cheese and also, while drinking the entire time, right? And and then and then, yeah. So okay. So Fraser has lillith. Yes. And We'd ever do. We see Lilith in the show again in in Fraser the best sporadically not often that's like one of those classic TV sitcom things where like thought you were married and had a kid and you're somehow a good dad when you see your kid once every five years. Yeah, you know, Bill Dwyer, stand-up comic. Great did a golf episode of the Dork Forest. Do you still talk about how nobody loves their kids? More than a divorced dad? He loves them every other weekend and for three hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays it's for 22 minutes once a year, right? Then you're just like, I used the most important thing in my life and you're like, like so. I think that so it's essential, he'll he's living with his dad. Even his dad or living together in Seattle. There is some sort of caretaker who is beloved by the guy who plays his brother wage. Yes, Niles is his brother and Daphne is the caretaker, because his dad got shot. He was a cop, he's got, he got shot in the line of duty and is having trouble, you know, walking around and do it off. By all accounts, he can get shit done by himself, but he's cute as hell. So right, we need some sort of anything. Yeah. And so, it's essentially it's mostly about wage and he has a radio show radio, show with a self-help like dr. Phil for psychiatrists, right? Right. It's like an actual. Yeah, and it's so worth wild. Lee popular this radio show that he's a celebrity and it is and only like a, you know, eventually gets nationally syndicated on the show, but the show starts out where its own local, he's indicated, but he is still like a huge celebrity. Wow, like a huge and Seattle. Oh, it's like, it's nice free coffees out the but yeah, sex and birth. City Rec like famous, like on the side of buses and stuff. Yeah, yeah, definitely. Oh my God. That's okay. So this is. So, here's the setup and then and then there were characters there was such a shock jock, Joe Rogan, he kind of dude. Yeah, the Bulldog is his name, and it makes sense..
"once every five years" Discussed on THE X & Y SHOW
"Beauce scared again and ask for you know you you. Oh if you did something fucked up you know you gotta take them for this and and sometimes you know your mom didn't feel like whooping yours. You know you had to wait till you dad to get home and so that's mental mental. Stern you can't even go to sleep you you you better not a bath and getting your drills you'll get your ass whooped the draws so you to stay up like being on death row waiting to fill and you don't have to tell you as the take a bath and going to sleep but Kids are not afraid anymore. They do some fucked up. She gotta stand in the corner for five minutes. You know as you got to count to a hundred backwards. You know i just gotta go to my roll woman closed door and you know play all video games. I wanna play. But i just gotta be my own kind of shit is dead. This is why society is so fucked up. 'cause these little fucked up the bassett's go to be big baskets and then we have to deal with society me personally putting the cavaliers so ladies this is why i don't date women with kids just too much trouble so maryland. If i were you stop dating. You're not ready. Wait till the your little kid grows up and then date again. 'cause you're not ready for manly a real man to come in and actually take over the man role which means sometimes spanking. The junior says you're not ready for that. So stop dating you know seriously you just wanna fuck. There's some different stop searcy dating okay. You're not ready all right so does jump into this week's episode so you love your husband just not enough to fuck him dan. You love your husband. Just not enough to fuck him. You know. I hear a lot of women Basically saying that you know they really don't want to have sex with their husbands. Or if they do have six with your husband mrs once a month or shit once every six months you know once a year you know once every five years or you know some bullshit in here is. It's not a small amount of women. Did i hear service is young women. All women white women black women. You know hispanics It doesn't matter what you know. What what background they come from..
"once every five years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Patients. The other group is dealing with monetary issues. I personally think we'll see some nursing homes go under after all of this, because hopefully there will be a legislative call for change in the model of nursing homes and how they're structured and how their finance And on all of that kind of stuff. Have any of you been in the hospital lately? Raise your hand. Okay. I'm gonna compare hospitals a little bit on one sense with nursing homes, and this is why we want to try to stay home. How many of you visited anybody in the hospital lately? Most hospitals now This was brought on by infection. Most hospitals now when I was younger, Okay. When I had my knees replaced 15 years ago. I went in the hospital. Had both my knees replaced the same time I rehabbed in the hospital. The hospital had a rehab facility that doesn't exist anymore in most hospitals. Am I was in a four bedroom for rehab. Now, If you go in the hospital today, one you won't find big rehab facilities and to all the rooms or what? They're mostly private. Now it's one person per room, isn't it? Hospitals figured out the infection. Issue a long time ago. That on nursing home still haven't figured that out. We haven't demanded it of them. Because states don't regulate them. Did you know Morse boarding cares and assisted living there only are only inspected once every five years. Nursing homes are like once every two years. Look at the finds. Most of the fines are defeated. Nursing homes could find all the time. Most of the times the finds air dropped even for people who died. Don't believe me do a little research. The model hasn't changed. And the reason why It's a highly profitable model. It cost very little to feed somebody in a nursing home. It cost very little toe house somebody in a two or three bedroom in a nursing home. It costs a lot more to house somebody in the hospital in a single room. When my wife had her knees replaced. She was in a single room. I visit people in hospital and not so much anymore, but before covered, and they were all in single rooms. They were all in rooms by themselves. Very rarely now is somebody in a two or three bedroom in a hospital. And yet, that's very common. I've been in hospitals a couple times, and it's only recently last couple Last time was when I had some kidney stuff done is in a private room. Before that, I was in a four bedroom, one time and another four bedroom, another time. Over the years for knee replacements and a couple other little things. The model you look, a nursing home models have changed because of Mersa and other infections. Hospitals had to realize that they can't put four people who can cross infect each other in the same room. Within 4 ft of each other. If you stop and think about that for a minute, I think you'll agree that in the general sense on what I'm saying is true. Nursing homes haven't changed even assisted livings. Now what? It's very rare to find a shared room. Very rare, less. It's a couple Almost all the rooms are private. Some board and cares have shared rooms. But even that's fairly rare. But nursing homes continue to for the most part all have 2 to 3 bed rooms. I don't see many four bedrooms anymore, but three beds is not uncommon. And the people in those rooms are not sometimes not 6 FT. Not 6 ft Apart. So the model Is partly to blame for what's happened in nursing homes. And I'm gonna also blame hospitals. Because of the way the Medicare law is structured now, hospitals aren't paid for rehabbing someone. You don't get to stay in the hospital in rehab, You're gonna be booted out and sent to a nursing home to rehab. So we're moving people who may be otherwise healthy but need rehab because they've had a hip surgery or need surgery or something into a nursing home, which is not the best place. So the model of how we take care of people. What we use nursing homes for has changed. Has changed dramatically. You can disagree with me. But I've been an observer for 35 years. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a nurse, but I've been a vivid observer and a very Involved observer of nursing homes and assisted living and boarding cares for 35 years. I've been in over 100 nursing homes, folks. Don't know how many Assistant livings and boarding cares. I know what goes on. I've seen things that I'm not going to talk about here. I've seen great things. I've seen funny things and I've seen really bad thing. So if we don't if we want to avoid the nursing home model, then what's our plan for staying home? We there has to be a plan. You can't just say Mom's going to stay home. I I just got a phone call literally before I started recording the show from someone whose mom is in a nursing home. And they said, Well, the nursing home she's done with her rehab and the nursing home wants to her to go home. And I said, Wait a minute. And your mom go home from what you've told. Well, I know we don't know because we're not allowed in. I said, can you? No. Can your mom walk unassisted? Well, No, they have to help her. Well. That's not an assistant, either. So if she goes home who's going to assist her? Can she stand up out of a chair on this is no, no, no, no. In fact, she's in a wheelchair. So have a think about that for a minute. They're going to send her home. They want to send her home because the rehab days are over. What rehab of they've been giving her to prepare her to go home with. She's in a wheelchair. If she's in a wheelchair. She can't go to the bathroom by herself. Can she? So the medical model that's been set up here is kind of a you know of a can't think of the word I want right now, but just a progression from one place to the next place to the next place that out. And along the way, everybody makes some money. I'm not opposed to making money. I like money. It's a good thing. Assembly line. That's what I was looking for. And care to some degree and safety to some degree and my opinion has been set aside. So you want to stay home, okay? Talk about this a little bit last week. I'm going to talk about it a lot on the webinar on Tuesday again if you want to come to my webinar on Tuesday, which is how to avoid the nursing home Deathtrap and stay at home..
"once every five years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Your neighbor's going to smash into you and cause an explosion the size of a nuclear warhead. Yeah. Let's talk about the the spectacular group stuff like what's the probability of surviving an asteroid hitting us, right? Yeah, And that again depends entirely on the size. For example, there are asteroids hitting the earth all the time. Like things that are, you know, less than a meter in size. These rocks are hitting the earth all the time on but the earth is big. And these asteroids are small. And every time you look up in the night sky, you see a shooting star. That is a rock hitting the earth. Remember, we have something like a windshield, right? We have this this atmosphere which protects the earth. And it protects us from various cosmic rays, but also from space rocks because what happens when a rock hits the atmosphere? Sort of like, I don't know. Like an elephant hitting a waterbed or something right? It's a zoo. It impacts and it gets on. It pushes the air out of the way. But it gets heated up by all that air is like so fast air feels like this. Like this giant jet that strips it away, right? Yeah, exactly like in all those movies when space ships or re entering atmosphere, That's because of all the friction from the air on the spaceship. Spaceships usually have like nice protection, fancy tiles or something that protect the astronauts from from being burned to a crisp But a space rock is just a rock and sometimes made of ice or rubble or or whatever. It doesn't have that And so usually they burn up in the atmosphere, and that's what shooting stars are, so we're constantly being hit by very small ones. Which we couldn't have seen in advance because they were too small, But they don't do any damage. So air is good. There is good for lots of reasons. He had business here. Good thing we have it. Yeah, but then about one every five years or so, you get a rock that's like 5 M in size and rock. 5. M in size has a lot of kinetic energy to it right. It's Been traveling through space for a long time. By the time it hits, the Earth has been pulled in by a gravitational field. It has about as much energy as the nuclear bomb that exploded over Hiroshima. It's a lot of energy to find meter asteroid is about like the size of a minivan or school bus. Yeah, yeah, It's about a school bus, and it blows up in about once every five years. One of those hits the Earth and makes pretty spectacular explosion. Now most of the Earth, of course, is covered in water. We're not like image ng all the atmosphere simultaneously. These things can happen in the upper atmosphere because you might be thinking. E think I'd notice if somebody blew up a nuclear bomb every five years. But these kind of things could happen and we don't necessarily notice them. Really. Five years ago we had in Hiroshima style asteroid hit us. The odds are that sometime in the last five years, there's a good chance that a pretty big rock hits the atmosphere and burned up upon entry, leaving as much energy as a Hiroshima explosion. Yeah, on the energy isn't quite as concentrated as focused in one spot. Is that a Russian explosion, But, yeah, you can leave a substantial amount of energy. Like by the time it reaches the ground or the ocean and has that much energy. Yeah, I think in order to reach the ground is that about the threshold about 5 M on? Remember, there was a pretty big explosion over Russia in 2013 and Kelly. Yeah, I've seen the videos on YouTube. Everybody saw the videos that just happened like one morning. Huge explosion in the sky like like an enormous bomb. And everybody was shocked. And like 1000 people I think were hurt when that happened, and nobody saw it coming right, like there was no warning. The warning was when it appeared in the atmosphere, and it just blew up. And that's exactly what happened. And I think a little bits of it might have reached the ground, but mostly it exploded in the atmosphere. Wow. So if it had been like, twice the size, somebody could have been hit by an asteroid. Yeah, absolutely on bigger. They get the more dangerous they get. You know, if he gets big enough, then it's No, it can it can explode in the atmosphere and leave huge clouds of dust and rubble and all sorts of stuff and you can. When it hits the ground, it can throw up enormous clouds of dust and rubble, and that's where the danger really lies like Not necessarily even are you actually hit by Iraq, like being actually physically hit by the rock from space is a tiny fraction of the danger or the real danger is, is just that it like covers the sun. Yeah. You know, I can see we call it like a environmental catastrophe. Environmental catastrophe I was looking for, like asteroid all winter. Okay, steroidal Winter after Idol Winter. Yeah, we're coining new science from we have the toilet bowl universe. And the asteroid all winter. You almost want to be hit by an asteroid large, you know, so that you'd die instantly, and you don't die from this like agonizing, post apocalyptic. Environmental disaster. Well, I guess you can choose how you go..
"once every five years" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Once every five years with much pomp and pageantry the bombs communist leadership convenes in a national party congress thirteenth. One again in the capital hanoi. This week the expectation is that there will be a raft of stamp policies and new party leaders john despite the country's relatively low kobe numbers and positive economic performance. The party's position outside. The national conference center is weaker than it seems at the national party congress. They discuss issues confronting vietnam. They set policy and they elect the central committee. Politburo and the four top jobs. Charlie mccann is our southeast asia correspondent among them the most powerful job in the country. That is the party. Secretary-general and what's the overall tone at the congress. This time around pretty self. Congratulatory parties had a good year. They've handled the pandemic pretty well. Had just over fifteen hundred cases and fewer than fifty deaths and the economy actually grew by three percent but there's still a lot of disquiet and the party and indeed in the public disquiet in the party in the form of some kind of opposition. There's no organized opposition. Nobody's going to supplant the communist party anytime soon and ever since the nineteen eighties. When the country embarked on the transition from a century planned economy to market one the party has state its legitimacy on rising incomes on his ability to increase prosperity. And it's done that over. Four decades vietnam has transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to middle income manufacturing powerhouse. But if you look beyond. Those headline figures are causes for concern. The economy has been growing at about seven percent. The last several years and the economy needs to reach that level of growth to keep the labor market. It's not clear that it can do so however at the same time as you have this depressed. Economic growth inequality is rising and social mobility is declining. okay that's about formal opposition parties but you mentioned disquiet among the public as well. What's happening. They're vietnamese can't express their discontent through politics. Because opposition parties are banned but informal criticism is growing. There are a lot of vietnamese. Social media users about sixty five million out of a total population of one hundred million according to our social british firm as level of education has improved in the country and more and more people have access to the internet. they've been exposed to values that are antithetical to the communist paradise that the regime is trying to build these values like democracy and human rights and they can express views on social media and so it's that disquiet than in the public that's causing the disquiet in the party. I mean how is the house. The party dealt with that space for criticism harshly. They have cracked down over the past five years. They've arrested two hundred eighty people for quote anti-state activities up from sixty eight in the previous five year period instructed the serum press to scrub phrases like civil society and human rights from their pages and in the months leading up to the national congress. This crackdown has intensified earlier. This month day sentenced three freelance journalists famous for criticizing the government to between eleven and fifteen years in prison. It's a lot easier to shoot off an angry tweet or facebook post than it is to organize in vietnam where protest is technically illegal but actually there have been a lot of protests in real life over the last several years so in two thousand eighteen for instance tens of thousands of vietnamese took to the streets. Because they're angry about a proposed law that they were worried would allow chinese companies to lease special economic zones for a ninety nine years as a lot of anti chinese sentiment in vietnam. Because there's a lot of concern that chinese infringing on their offering sovereignty and the protests so violent angry there were clashes between the police and protesters. The government eventually abandoned this law so a good pandemic response and the economic growth. That comes with that somewhat offset by this discontent. What else is on party leaders minds. Ironically trade is going to be a worry as well and i say -ironically because trade is a is a massive driver of economic growth. It is through trade. That vietnam has been able to transform itself into manufacturing powerhouse and yet at the same time it gives its export markets leverage over the government. So for instance in order to get the eu to agree to free trade deal last year. Vietnam had to agree to abolish forced labor and allow the creation of independent labor unions which was a massive concession but surely concerns such as that aren't limited to the you know means the party officials have to think very carefully about their relations with both china its biggest trade partner and the us biggest export market. The trump administration came down really hard on vietnam labeled it. A currency manipulator late last year and trump has described vietnam quote. Almost a single worst abuser of everybody for that reason. So the party will be very keen to rebuild the relationship with the biden administration. But at the same time i can't be seen to cozy up too closely to the us for fear of offending china. With whom it has an incredibly important relationship you know. Shares ideology shares along land border and they have an important trade relationship you know. China is largest source of materials and equipment for vietnam manufacturing industry so that it's a tricky balancing act required of party officials to get that relationship right so whoever emerges from the congress secretary general. There won't be much time for celebrating. He's gonna have a lengthy to do list.
"once every five years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You here on this show or in one of our newsletters. I love to get them helps keep our content really on focus and you can send me your email. And I'm the on Lee won that raise it by the way overhead commander dot com at the bottom of every single page of the length, it says, contact us. That's commander dot com. And then just hit contact US gene in San Antonio, Texas, either Jean Hi. Kim did to talk to you. Happy New year. What's going on in San Antonio? Listen you for a long time. Uh, I'm gonna hold. You know what? I don't have no tech savvy. You're funny, Chief. I would have done south of San Antonio and kind in the brush country. Nobody even knows I'm down here. My my question was, I have Ah, mailbox that's way up on the county road from me. Let's actually driving a half mile, but, uh, it's not protected whatsoever. No lights. No one is ever out there. And my mail delivery comes in various different times. I don't know when it's there, and I'm constantly running up there. See if it's very yet and, uh, I receive a lot of medical supplies and just this and that, and, uh, I need some kind of sensor. They will tell me when that door is opened and shut or whatever is sent to my phone. So now is this Is this a big mailbox? Because you said you were getting medical supplies to me, and it's so are you Listen, that it's a large It's just surrounded top mailbox You normally see But it's what the door that pulls down in the front. But it's it's the large one. The large rural mailbox, Okay and then is have you ever gotten things stolen from it is that you're concerned about I've been over the years I've been here 25 years and maybe a couple of times. I've lost something don't know where they were stolen. They're not delivered whatever. But I just need to know when the mail lady has been there or, you know, like, once every five years or so new bunch of kids grow up and get their pickup trucks and they like to play mailbox baseball, but Yeah, that happens about every five years after replacement, but mill mailbox baseball. What is that? Run down the road to pick up with a baseball bat. Lock your mailbox off tough after stand. Okay. I guess we need to. Maybe they ought to play more video games. Okay, so Yeah, yeah. All right. Let's talk about a couple of things that can help you out. First of all. Is that? Do you have a you have a phone? Yes. Okay, So whether you haven't Iowa's android or or even if your Windows desktop is that the U. S Postal Service has this really great ab that unfortunately, they don't really tell a lot of people about it. It's called the informed delivery app. And so, with this app on your phone, you can take a look at all your incoming mail. You contract your packages, uh, any anywhere on your phone or your tablets free..