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"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Next day. I don't know you you should've I wish you to. I don't know what she's got pretty sure I had the same thing I gave it to her often. These symptoms. The reason you waited for hours is actually. That's what he did. Say The reason for four hours a day. Wait for the cops. He still in the parking lot he still there. Yeah the guy in the Toyota was pretty weird but I think a lot of people have well. We actually do believe it went around the command because we started doing the back like December January so many people just went down like sick bad with pretty much. Exactly what? The symptoms are testing negative for the flu. The whole works and they had no idea what it was including commanding officer everybody and yeah. So we're we're because we travel a lot and we're pressuring the flu real bad and maybe I did. I don't know because I haven't been tested but I'm just saying it was. It was the worst I'd ever felt like in twenty five years like it was the worst. I've ever been and and I get sick all the time as you point out feels bad most of the time and the only dude you good dave all right so here. Here's Chris Right. Here's a baseline for Christie's What's that stupid word? I'm looking for like lemon. The union system right. Here's Chris's immune system right. Here's AIDS. Okay like you can't get any closer to being a menu menu. Whatever it is compromised immuno compromised. Immune thank you immuno-compromised. Without having AIDS Chris he just. He's on that freaking he's on that razor's edge you know. Actually how in it every once in a while you were you born. Chris. Seventy two. Yeah that was the first case of AIDS. He may be worn as to what high school that was the height of the AIDS epidemic. All you killed easy. He's he's patient zero duty bus all down dope about that. That's not even Fleming. 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I I literally never even seen my own peanuts. I close my eyes when I go to. Baton is seen plenty others. Are you measuring your progress when you lose weight? What did this whole Corona virus singing? Set me back going to know. How do you one eight seven on a mother? Fucking UP. One hundred eighty seven pounds. I haven't been there in a long time shirt and take you know you just went and bought a double. Xl Don't like it clearly. A NEW SHIRT TERRACE DOUBLE X. Spent two hundred bucks a bringing colored shirt just to be. Now it's ridiculous. You've lost weight during all this insanity like family. I almost I almost started doing. I I thought about bussing. Dvd's out. I started running again though. They're the worst hate. It is she. I'm Kinda I'm Kinda the opposite but between both of you because I'm putting on weight but it's actually been working out frigging regularly so actually lost body fat put on weight again. I went from Lola's retarded 165 drop down to one forty nine because they didn't do much for your back up to one fifty five fifty holy Shit. My goal is to one sixty but once I'll be happy genuinely proud of you Christopher Mitch donor. No don't go there I'm just a fat insists it you're not a piece of shit. Maybe I tell you what I'm pretty soon. I'm going to get my own show. Do you know Mitch that obesity is the number one underlying factor for Cova Nineteen deaths is obesity? Yeah I know I've met since you weren't here. You know we have a discussion about that. I mean sure and Dan. You know what that's probably. What's happening with Ben Right now? He's gone all right. The last gasp one of two things either got it or bunker down so so tight that he doesn't get that he can't even talk. I'm at I'm at high risk. I can come out of the shelter. I get it done because all right mother ever over the Deel. That's one of the things I was hoping he's going to be here. I spent a while searching out Florida stories and I found my favorite. It's it's not because it's mainly because certain part of it it's written it doesn't say anything. It didn't have any purposes story. But it's funnier now to me in Jupiter Florida keeps popping up right. Well two men were arrested for Dui two brothers at the same time arrested for Dui one vehicle to people when Dui are possible. Well I guy gets. Pullovers gets out of the vehicle because they test while he's up there doing a sobriety test or other slides into the driver's seat back away he gets a DUI but the part that gets me. Is this right here. This one paragraph the report reported details that both men smelled of alcohol and showed signs of impairment. It was also noted that both had wet their pants. I don't know why then he goes to the rescue story. The only time mentioned the wet pants. That was important. That's a big deal so I don't know why they grabbed me and.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on STEM-Talk
"One of the more interesting characters in many ways. The book contained Ice Story. About how he became a whistle blow. This had to be a tough decision for him. Well it certainly was and you know The life expectancy for whistleblowers in. India is not very long. You know there's just they're not legally protected. There is a long trail of whistleblowers being assassinated. But he literally could not sleep at night when he thought about the company's drugs and he was particularly troubled by the HIV drugs for Africa. And he knew they were no good. In fact they were worse than other drugs. The company was making he started reaching out to regulators around the world. You know he reached out to him visa. In Brazil he reached out to European regulators he reached out to the FDA and he did it all pretending that he was a lowly bench scientist not a corporate executive so he used broken English And the emails he was sending. We're not really authoritative enough to get anybody to pay attention. So he finally sends this e mail to the FDA Commissioner at the time Lester Crawford and he just drops the broken English pulls no punches says. Here's what's going on and you've got to put a stop to this crime. And that's how he gets in dialogue with the FDA sort eventually happened to Ram Baxley so ram Baxley finally after an eight year investigation by the FDA pleads guilty to seven for faking data in the process it had been purchased by a Japanese company Daiichi Sankyo and then after it's Guilty plea it gets purchased by another Indian company gets absorbed so ranbaxy you know which was a source of national pride in India. It was the largest drug company one of the first successful. Multinationals basically VACC- ceased to exist so despite the really amazing work Peter Baker did in you described in the book. I understand the he ended up leaving the FDA of lie. Is that what? What motivated him to leave. Well you know you would think if you had this remarkable investigator who had honed this method for finding fraud that you would want every investigator at your agency trained in that method right so you could really know what was going on in these plants but the last guy that they wanted. You're familiar with any aspect of this. Yeah that's right. Well that's exactly right. You know so that didn't happen. He made a proposal to the FDA to let him train his colleagues and they essentially sidelined him. They pulled him off of investigations and He ended up quitting. Essentially he was a troublemaker. From their perspective from there now well certainly knew how to find trouble in manufacturing plants. The problem you know the problem is this you have. Investigators finding fraud in manufacturing plants and documenting it. Then you as an agency have to do something about it right now. You know there's fraud in this plant you know. The data is fake. You know therefore that the drugs aren't safe. So what are you going to do about it? You have to take action and that action ends up. Reducing the number of drugs. You're approving reducing the pipeline of generic drugs that are available reducing the numbers that you showed a congress to prove. Hey we got this. It's all good. And so the politics of this all seem to militate against disclosure of these problems absolutely can see how that would happen so because Baker and other FDA investigators found so much deception and fraud in China and India seems as if we need better and stronger regulations in the FDA to protect American consumers. So do you have a sense of what's going on here in the US when it comes to the FDA so I would say right now behind the scenes there is a struggle over? This congress is looking into this. They've held several hearings. They are mining the findings that are in bottle of lies and the FDA's position is that maybe things aren't perfect but we've essentially got this. We have a reliable system for inspecting drugs and keeping Americans safe and you know the question is like which version of this reality is going to win out here because pressure is building for the FDA to make real changes to its foreign inspection program. There are now millions of Americans who were taking blood pressure. Medicine Val certain low certain Herbs Artan that came from active ingredient overseas and it turned out that active ingredient contained carcinogens and those drugs have been recalled. And you know understandably people are upset. So what is the Public Health? Response GOING TO BE. And that is not clear yet. Does this become an argument for us? In in the United States and Canada and similar places to start producing more of our own drugs As opposed to having produced in places like China and India. It is absolutely an argument for that. No no drug is improved in safety by having it manufactured seven thousand miles away from FDA headquarters it is obviously the safer route to manufacture your own drugs so that we're not dependent on you. Know supply chains that had been interrupted by corona virus. And you're not risking bad inspection practices when plants are alerted to the fact that you're coming. Yeah there's every argument in the world for making our own drugs and I suspect a lot of our listeners are wondering how they can find out where they're generic drugs are being manufactured on your website to which we will link in the show notes. You've created resource. That's titled a Guide to Investigating Your own drugs. Can you give us a little bit of a summary of that guide? Yeah absolutely so you know after the book came out. I was literally flooded with emails from patients asking that very thing. How can they know where their drugs are? Made the Short Answer. Unfortunately is they can't know for sure because that information is not being made available to the public right you can know who the manufacturer is but that doesn't necessarily tell you the plant in which it was made however there are things you can know and so what I did is I tried to get that information into the hands of readers in a series of steps you know to. I look and find out who. The manufacturer is remarkably that something. Most of us don't do right. We just assume that what the FDA has told us his true that these are interchangeable with one another. They're all bio equivalent so mostly. We don't even look so the first step is to look and figure that out then you can do a little research about that company. Has it had warning letters or import. Alerts you know. Has it had data integrity problems. What has the FDA found in its plants? If you feel you WANNA switch. I also provide a number of resources there. A ways to figure out what other manufacturers are making this drug is there an authorized generic version of this drug so basically trying to put as many tools as possible into the hands of readers. Now that said there aren't yet enough tools and that's where changes in my view. Really need to be made but these are first steps. That patients can take valuable. Ones's well absolutely. I remember listening to interview that you did and thought. Wouldn't it be nice if there were a pharmacy chain? That tested every drug that they dispense to ensure quality and further on the interview. I learned that there is such mail order. Pharmacies can you tell us a little bit about? Valla Scher yes. So you know as as I was closing the book Getting it ready for publication. I did begin hearing a little more about this small pharmacy in new haven called Valla. Scher that has this really novel business model. Which is they? Don't dispense drugs unless they've actually tested them in their lap and it was this little pharmacy that found these high levels of a carcinogen called India may in Zantac and val assures findings over Zantac have led to these worldwide recalls. But to me the sort of the biggest importance of Alisher is twofold it highlights the fact that the FDA is not actually systematically testing are drugs. It's reviewing company data. So now that we know that oftentimes the data is fake. How does that model help us right? The FDA should be systematically testing these drugs. It shouldn't be left to one pharmacy in New Haven Connecticut to police the world's drug supply. You know so so. That is definitely one important point. The other one is that val sure really provides a kind of model for the big pharmacy chains. What if a CVS or dwayne res suddenly stepped up and said you know what we're GonNa do this to? We're not going to dispense drugs that we don't test this is possible to do. You know I think maybe that is the direction that we're going here It makes a Lotta sense and it seems more likely to be efficacious than waiting for Congress to fix the problem or for the FDA to respond right. Yeah so you were recently in India to do some talks and book signings. I understand that you were concerned about the reception. That you're going to receive because their government had put out a statement saying it was going to take action against your book that must have been pretty unnerving. I have to say it was a little bit concerning to account of days before we're supposed to be off to India on a book tour. You know seeing these articles appear in the Indian press that the mody government is thinking about taking action. You know I had already known from my colleagues in India that it's tough to be journalists there right now. It's dangerous so we were somewhat concerned about making this trip for you. Know contacted the State Department and the embassy and I went with some trepidation but to my surprise what I encountered in India was so much gratitude from patients who have long suspected there's something wrong with their generic drugs. So you know the lesson for me in all of this is that patients want to know readers want to know they want more information. They're grateful for it. Even if the information is not terrific news so it was quite an experience to be there. That's great. What do you work on these days do you have. You must have a new project in the hopper. Well so bottle of lies continues to take up a lot of time. I'm sure the paperback is coming out in. May But since the book came out I have been contacted by so many whistle blowers that I've had to create an actual spreadsheet of whistle blowers and. Yeah so I I'm sifting through information and documents and sort of figuring out what the next steps are wonderful. Are you still in touch with Harry Lever at the Cleveland Clinic? We discussed him earlier. I am and he's continuing to be an amazing advocate for patients and an amazing advocate on this issue. So he's really outspoken. He's working on this. He's trying to get people's attention so he contacts me a lot. We are in touch wonderful end. What about another important character in your book for Dollar Refit High? Talk to four dollar refill all the time too. That's good so Katherine. You certainly gained a reputation for taking on tough assignments. But I hear that the most memorable thing about you is your one hundred. Eighty seven pound dog Romeo. So what kind of dog is Romeo? Yeah it's remarkable. You know no matter what I publish Or do nothing is striking to people as my dog. Romeo is a newfoundland and.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In the personnel department to assess the back ups most of the starters an important reserves expected to get the night off look for former U. B. cornerback Ty rejection to get the start he is probably going to play the entire game veteran running back Marcus Murphy and former rugby star Christian wait expected to get lots of work in the backfield and bills have battles at tight end offense of line at linebacker another spot to keep an eye on both the bills of the Vikings three you know so far this preseason kick off seven o'clock tomorrow bills in the Minnesota Vikings a new field I'll have the call of the game with Eric wouldn't tell apart you on our flagship radio station in buffalo W. G. R. sports radio five fifty Vikings got busy with a couple of their roster moves yesterday releasing quarterback many been what Korean wide receiver Jordan Taylor their roster stands at eighty eight an ordinary was gonna be a backup slot corner if you made the team but he didn't catch on also the Vikings like that they've seen from rookie defensive at markets apps to play both corner in safety in last week's game Miami Dolphins are interested in trading for Houston Texans star today be in county they recently met with the pass rusher according to ESPN and multiple reports county has met with first year coach Brian floors and other members of the dolphins organization they're hoping to persuade the three time pro bowler to accept a trade to Miami we'll see how that plays out college football is underway in the U. B. both get started tomorrow as well you be and Robert Morris seven o'clock at U. B. stadium both kicking off their one hundred seven season of football and the bulls are gonna go with west Senecas Matt Myers at quarterback the first freshmen redshirt freshman quarterback to start a season opener for the bulls since cliffs got it back in nineteen ninety one you'll be in Robert Morris tomorrow night seven o'clock at UBC and just two home games up for the buffalo Bisons home tonight and they are hot he won three in a row three games now out of first place in the aisle north Bisons home to Rochester tonight right hander Sean Reid Foley on the mound for speed seven oh five and sailing field and that's the update from one bills Dr John Murphy and sting Tasker our number two of our show we're here until three o'clock we're gonna talk with Jim Kubiak western New York native about quarterbacks gonna talk about quarter but yet it's coming up in two can talk about quarterbacks right now with the senior writer for Yahoo sports covering the NFL the host of the I. who's worked in a podcast pro football hall of fame voter long time beat reporter covering the chiefs for the can't city star happy to have to rest paler on the line with the soldier is John Murphy Steve Tasker in buffalo thanks for joining us Hey yeah no problem of the going it's going well you were just here what last week we missed you last week when you were in town watching the bills last week your no two parka I know I know but I figure hello good day to be god what story actually came out so maybe come out in a difficult between thread of twenty years between my observations from my father we have a New York well I'm gonna go now we're ready we're gonna ask it was start out but you suck your articles about Josh Allen and his being coming a face of the franchise what do you think about his chances about all that's happened here in this first year and a half of the bills done enough to help this guy I think the big certainly tried at least fifty four point one million in guaranteed money is spent just on office in free agency this year I think hold briefly is going to be a huge help they're banking on him the county judge Alan security blanket which you can even have last year we were still kind of a play maker right in the John Brown the guys that the president he can do more but he's gonna bring a he's gonna help bring the fuel stretching component and I think it's interesting that Alan who says he can build upon AT art not Asalem like if you've been a girl with John Brown yet you like now yeah so hope listen I think if you add those two they Jones is a good player you know a and then you've got all these running backs that look I think buffalo's got weapons around the yard for the blind I can vouch for Mitch morsels long healthy the political player the company Kansas city you know I think in his thing a player like island a so called when a looser economy gate like need like an elite line because he can like get away like to start right and that's what's special about Josh Allen and that's why I'm buying it Josh Alan stock trades you your your are your article was titled the many believe the bills can have Josh Allah be the heir to the franchise's most famous face that would be Jim Kelly is there pressure do you believe from your conversation with Josh to to replace Jim Kelly to the match up to Jim Kelly then be an awful lot to live up to a hall of Famer like that what you're saying like I don't think that he was I asked him about that right because the first thing I have to look like a Albany times bills fans mentioned the early nineties deals are like Jim Kelly and like a this is coming from France example I hate your next you ain't we want to be like him and like I think the thing of that Josh Allen true love the game of football I think if you sit talk too old for thirty minutes like I think that comes through pretty clear all of his life enjoyed being in the freezer you can join this is all you ever wanted to do grown up you sleep a football it is great like you can join this ride so what is that obviously like three that's a big gold like Jim Kelly the hall of Famer right I don't think what the pressure was like way in order because he should have been so much fun and I think build brands like a really passionate in life like a lot of I guess there's pressure for him to do it but like just come to France by that I don't feel like that be like people are going to start questioning if he doesn't live up to that like I think the only I think fans may say they have also think they probably just want to be we use the net probably going to be good enough down the walls well if if the bills are going to win more games are going to take more than Josh Allen they've also done some work on their defense and and do you think this defense could be better than it was in two thousand eighteen it was number two will have the league but it's going to be playing with a different kind of offense to complement this year they're not the gripping you gotta remember to hear man I I'm expecting a big year that Oliver I got to get Oliver might win rookie of the year defensively okay the plane at three Texas seven knows which will be played at Houston even though he barely one hundred eighty seven pounds for two eight seven I'd like you could either three techie the tailor made classic three tech you're gonna be kidnapped he's going to look and make plays as bring it being like you guys are Hey you got a parking at three check do you know when you're doing this like a goal for him basically just give up your tax shoulder kick some **** and be with like a hundred percent like so yeah I know how talented it is I think you've got a football mentality awfully I think you're gonna have an immediate impact early on and I think you're gonna help the defense for many members of the planet really high on the thank you well we developed and grown over the last year on the big you have a chance to be a star and so I think you're looking at a lot of input from players that are young and I do think there's a chance to build defenses even better this year doc would dress paler senior NFL writer for Yahoo sports he wrote a big piece about Josh Alan on Yahoo sports dot com I back to a jazz question for you I'm singing about it this week because the bills are playing the Vikings tomorrow night here to resume and last year Josh's second start came against the Vikings bills one that came Josh jumped over linebacker Anthony bar which was fantastic one of the season highlights what I don't think the bills are looking for that for me and this year they want him to become more of a pocket passer is that in the card from what you can tell from from what he said and what the bill said what do you think yeah I definitely think so like I don't think that was like part of the plan for one as much as you did last year right so it and we're going to what they're not gonna like hello the light you know our lady like go make please write your belly they they that's one of the best efforts of his game either what do they want to get better the pastor absolute need to get better the past absolutely we need to stop for the ball what should the peasant percentage need to improve absolutely but god like this are rarely what makes him special is that he can do both and in today's game which so why don't grin like I don't I don't think it benefits like a special quarterback like run around and do stuff the light limit him to just being of a pocket you want to work on the pocket would you still be the like let the player brace who he is so I think there's a middle ground there and I think our gonna walk what do you think about this team that you asked you talk about it all over and the impact you think he's going to make their other some late round draft picks that may make an impact we seen him flash a little bit here in the preseason guys like a Darryl Johnson the defensive end and also Thomas we need the tight end we thought about the young guys around who were drafted a little bit later make an impact well the first thing out a local mention that in single Terry who are making the bill drafted on because they took on the third round you have to really order of the glee not the kind of like but the way he kept it made him up what do you like richer he thought that the guide is just a good football players good I'm a take this guy until the really high on him but you're right tell me who knew the guy another guy who didn't have great physically the project process you got all that matters he'd want to know if you have the talent your body but we've just a football player the block he kept as well he noted assignment he handled first run wraps and it got done all that and hasn't looked overwhelmed by the moment well he somebody there really high on the job you the physical freak and your best somebody that they're really high on that they think got a chance to be a really good player down the road so you're right the bills you know there there's no beyond if at all of our like they're excited about this draft class and I got a chance why will be one of the they're excited about the second year for Jermaine admins and you are to write treasure rocky road about him a little bit yeah to get men to the guy again his eyes are improving you know there's no doubt about the physical ability like physically discard gap occurs you know he is a freakish one all the ninetieth percentile among linebackers manifolds law as well as for the calendar when it comes to physicality thing is like he just needed to train his eyes he you know it could you take the pickle waterfront we've done better need you still young guy and often times would you see with players like that that the more they play it our there could be some battle a big bottle no the bill would not be able to get out to people this year I think it's going to be fun to watch err err if you develop the way they think he does you know you talk about some special young guys for that now between.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We know. It's not North Korea. He might wanted to go. From the twenty four seven digital news center. Good morning. It's eleven thirty. I'm data has with your top stories. President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN is over but outreaching any further agreement on ending North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Georgia Republican Senator David Purdue was helping agreement between the US North Korea could have happened. I give President Trump and his team a lot of credit that they brought Kim Jong onto the table. And I believe that we will eventually we'll get there. It's a process before the meeting in Hanoi ended Kim told reporters he wouldn't have been at the summit with Trump. If he wasn't ready to denuclearize Trump. Then said that might be the best answer you've ever heard well five people have been arrested on charges of burglarizing marijuana dispensary early today. Shortly after two AM yellow county sheriff's deputies got word of a break in at the dispensary. They located the suspect's vehicle. A short time later made a stop just outside of woodland in the vehicle was one hundred eighty seven pounds of process marijuana than investigators say was stolen during the break in. Three adults were booked into yellow county jail to juvenile's being held the county's juvenile detention center and more Americans are falling behind on their car payments. New report by the credit reporting firm experience shows, a percentage of auto loans late more than sixty days was slightly higher in the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen than it was a year earlier. And now, we have traffic and weather together for traffic landscape UK's, Brian pretty quiet on the freeways around Sacramento right now intended free and at the limit all the way around up in the high country. We do have gene controls in effect on I eighty from king bail to Truckee did have chain controls on fifty from twin bridges to Myers. But that's bills have been dropped. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KF PK. A little bit.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nations capital with forty minutes in the book Xavier leads at halftime, thirty six twenty eight over Georgetown's scorn in the ball game pretty much. Everybody who flavors aver score with exception. A Ryan well agent Kennedy who both got limited minutes in the first half. Tyreek Jones six points, three rebounds, noisy Marshall, seven points, three rebounds. Zach hankins at two points. Paul Scruggs pry. Made his presence felt most for the musketeers nine points, three rebounds. For him. Kyle castle in two big three pointers yet. Six first half points. Hopefully, he can do the same in the second half. He did have three turnovers L quaint Gooden had three allies heart and had three for Georgetown Jocelyn blank. Mac McClellan to freshman lead their way with a points apiece. Jesse Goldman with seven Taylor Johnson. Four points off the bench and trae morning had won twenty eight points for Georgetown, thirty six days is hard. And I thought really gave the musketeers of six five one hundred eighty seven pounds sophomore place about eleven minutes of ball game. Played eight minutes in the first half. And you talked about his aggressive play passing the Bali passed. It extremely well base. Some nice moves to the bucket and play some good defense. Yeah. Joe he I just really liked his aggressiveness. I mean, if you're not gonna play much get out there and make something happen. Put some pressure on the defense. And if you challenge the defense, usually as opposed to just kind of passing it around and not making a mistake us. You're not going to make a play, but give heart some credit a guy who's not played much this half are this year for him coming in and given Xavier left.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It's not meant for you to have, you know, first thing in the morning when you're cruising cruising through Starbucks with a with an egg on it and sausage on it and everything else that's on it. So it's amazing. How we kind of got this point of this just overeating. I wrote a book. Not too long ago. Call the war on carbs, and it's similar to some of the stuff that you've written about Kito genyk style. Book. Do you feel that America kind of needs to have that strong of stance where they have a war on carbohydrates because that is we have a tendency to overeat these packaged foods, and these convenient carbohydrates that are just kind of everywhere. Well, first of all, I love the title of Warren carbs because it's like there's no arguing what that means. So you know, you've established you've established what you are. Now, we're just haggling over price. I'm I'm sort of agnostic. I mean, I think that you know, I I wanna give information to people in a way that they can choose to use or not. But I wanted inform them in a way that they've been become educated a little little bit as to the as to the ramifications of their choices. So my books in my log have always been about identifying these hidden genetics, which is that we all have and ways in which we can lift them on or off based on. Inputs that we give those inputs your largely choices in food sleeps on exposure, play a methods of of movement types of activity exercise things like that. So I don't really I'm not a person who would say everybody needs to do this or the government needs to take action on this or the government needs to you know, to tax sugar. I'm I'm very much libertarian than that way. And I say, look, you know, everyone gets to make their own choices. But you have to stand by the consequences of your choices. So we could talk a little bit about what what that looks like downstream. If we have a single payer insurance in everybody's, you know, tax Bill and everything goes up because so many people choose to just ignore anything about health crammed down the sugar in, you know, get type two diabetes and. Heart disease, in whatever, I you know, I I would hope that people would enjoy lies in which lice enough that they would take all of the information out has been accumulated in the, you know, in the world in the last decade and employed in a way that is I think still allows for hedonism and enjoyment, and and and comfort, and as you I defied early on in the show. I think it's not that expensive. You know, you can wasn't you. It was a it was an Email guy. Just before the show, Mark. When a friend of mine said he had visited he's been Kito. He's Akito recent Kito convert and he's doing a lot of cycling, and he went from one hundred eighty seven pounds down to one hundred fifty eight pounds. I think and he's like lean and licensed supple and strong. And he and his buddy were. Three days Akito in training and their food. Bill was basically for an omelet that they shared at breakfast one day, the rest of it was sort of nut butters and MC oil, and you know, you know, buttered coffee and stuff like that. I've heard you talk about protein being almost like it, should maybe even be considered like a free calorie. I guess maybe a little bit the way that some people view fiber. Why is that you say that about protein? Where you don't I wrote a post way back in two thousand seven I think called the context of calories, and it basically just looked at this notion that we assign a heat value to every macro nutrient. So we, you know, the the number of calories that are given off when you when you combust Graham fat or nine and when you combust gram of protein, it's four and when you combust gram of carbohydrates for, but that doesn't necessarily tell a story or or or paint a picture a complete picture protein for the most part is is a structural nutrient. And we don't wanna burn it for fuel. So you don't even want to necessarily consider that protein has four grams or for for calories per gram. So maybe the first twenty five grams of protein that you eat in a day goes toward the repair and maintenance of cells of tissue with enzymes of of..
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Or not mutation of the cancer against radio surgery. That's why radio surgery works. So. Well, that's why so many people come because there's high success rates, even if chemotherapy has failed even if chemotherapy is not wanted. And would about an eighty year old man. Born in Italy. He's in talian born eighty year old man whittled with one son, he came with his son, and he had a cancer the ureter, and we treat seventy say, wow. Dr Liederman has the most difficult cases of the most obscure cases. Yes. We treat cancers that are common breast cancers lung cancers and Packers cancers, colorectal cancers. Yes. We also treat difficult obscure cancers because people come here for answers. And this is an eighty year old man. He was diagnosed with a bladder cancer, and he had a scraping, and then he had chemo, but he had another procedure another cancer at a year at or cancer found two years ago and for two years, he's been going around to different urologist, different big hospitals in New York. And no one knows what to do with him because his aid either frayed to cut out his kidney ureter because I think he might die. And they're just left the cancer there. He goes to the doctor. Hey, what am I gonna do about this year it or cancer say well, come back next month? But coming back next month doesn't solve anything. He's been doing it for two years. And finally heard about Dr Liederman in New York. He's lost weight during this time. He's got from one hundred eighty seven pounds to one hundred fifty three pounds. He's lost thirty five pounds. He's five foot eight he's an ex smoker probably smoking contributed to the bladder cancer, and the ureter cancer, and I examined him and found him, and we stage them up we found this mass in this mass of the year at our we've got a pet scan to make sure the cancer doesn't travel and then we offered them treatment. And we treated him last year should have a year ago as a first time he had something done and have something done, but he's in remission. He came last week for a checkup this eighty year old man with a year to cancer be going for two years to the biggest hospitals in New York City with though treatment, they go. Okay. Mr. x come back next month. Now doesn't help anything. And he chose radio surgery pinpoint treatment for your cancer. And he's in remission doing. Well, I can tell you that he's very happy. Because finally he's treated after going back and forth for two years. Getting no answer. Wow. Animal talk about another patient sufficient is seventy one years old. She is divorce has two children. She was born in Jamaica. We see many black women from the Caribbean and in America who have breast cancer epidemic in Jamaica, the government came to us task help. And of course, we say, yes. To most everyone, we treat breast cancer black women and every race and creed. Well, this woman had a lumpectomy. She had a two centimeter mass that was not palpable and she had lumpectomy and reconstruction. But then she never had any more treatment is now four years before. And why was that well or certain steady? Cut out all the cancer. So four years ago, she had a breast cancer. She had a lumpectomy at one of the big hospitals. The doctor Tony cut out all the cancer and Jewish. She went home and she did not complete the therapy. Lumpectomy alone is not adequate therapy. Just because a certain says he got her. She got it all out that doesn't mean the cancer's gone. And this woman learned that the hard way, she learned it because you thought all cancers all out that I'm fine. Well, no, then the cancer came back two years later, the cancer came back. She had a recurrence in the breast at the same spot, and she had an MRI and she had a biopsy that to say cancer in the same spot. And now she's declining all treatment because you feels betrayed by that Surjit and Rishi recently had a pet scans showing disease only in that area. She's trying vitamins which taught how to cancer keeps on growing. She's tried concoctions and vitamin C ozone acupuncture and Animas. And vitamins and mega vitamins antioxidants cancer keeps on growing and now the doctors what to remove her breast, and well, she came to us. She came to us. She was losing weight. She was one hundred seventy pounds. She's lost sixty pounds going to one hundred and ten pounds should have pet scans showing activity only in the outer lower portion of the left breast. She was naming. I examined her shed a three centimeter mass in the breast. And she came to me wanting number one to be successfully treated number two not to have mistake to me not to have chemotherapy. And we treated her. And.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on WRVA
"A freshman. All American who did the starting lineup. The final six games of his regular season. The tight ends. There will typically be two of them in the game for South Carolina at a time. Casey Crosby will be one of them at six hundred twenty nine pounds. The redshirt senior at a Bamberg, South Carolina. He will go next to our opposition. Jacob August, a six two hundred fifty two pound redshirt senior out of Columbia, South Carolina. Another hometown product a former walk on as well. The receivers Brian Edward sees the alz fifth all-time leading receiver at South Carolina with a hundred sixty career catches. He becomes the go-to guys. Deebo Samuel is out of this game. Is he is elected not to play in favor of the NFL draft. Preparations the all SEC receiver will not be here today, but Edwards is a lotta to handle. So as shy Smith who come see five feet ten inches. One hundred eighty seven pounds the sophomore out of Union South Carolina, making his ninth started the season. He also has five hundred and ninety seven yards receiving that's third on the team. Josh van would get into the game to start this thing if they go three receivers to begin the running back Rico data. Oh expected to get the start here today. A six foot two hundred fifteen pounds junior out of Asheville North Carolina making his eight start. But it is a running back by committee between Donald Williamson Denson for South Carolina. The signal caller. We haven't talked about a much yet. And that is not to say he is not a big factor because he is he is the two time captain fourth Gamecocks to through over seven thousand yards at his career six feet four inches two hundred and twenty four pounds the junior. Jake Bentley a two time captain will be making the start for the twelfth time in thirteen games this season for the Gamecocks on the other side of the ledger for Bronco mendenhall team seven wins five losses this year against the seven and five Gamecocks on the defensive line. This is where things get interesting. Erin foul MUI will not play this game missing this game due to that is a big blow for this Virginia team. We'll talk more about in a moment. Dylan Thompson will is expected though to get started their offensive line, but Virginia truly has four defensive linemen deterrent to ally. Handbag? Of course, we making the start on the other side at a twelve game starter. Now this season. The junior out of Ashland Virginia, the linebackers. Chris piece six to two hundred and fifty pounds. The redshirt senior at a Newport News Virginia goes opposite. Charles Snowden at six seven two hundred and twenty five pounds the software whereas silver springs, Maryland, Saint Alvin school as he has been a big factor of late with an interception. A big one in the last game out against against Virginia. Tech the linebackers Jordan MAC at one spot six to two hundred twenty five hundred up Lithuania Georgia in that middle is well, it'll be either Zinzan deer or rob Schneider. That was going to be a game time decision. The defensive secondary. Tim Harris on one side at cornerback. Oh, senior out of Reina highschool making his final start has his Thornhill. The senior out of Alta vista. Virginia Virginia's leading tackler this fifth leading or third-leading interception man in the ACC. Bryce hall starts at the other corner. Bank spot for the thirteenth time. It has been games. Brenton Nelson also expected to get the start here today, the redshirt sophomore as is the sophomore Joey blunt at safety in those are your starting lineups, South Carolina. Has won the toss. They've elected to receive Virginia in the navy blue uniform across the board with white numerals and lettering. It is South Carolina with a white jerseys black pants black helmets as we are underway. It's teed up. In a swift. Kick is going to be sent down the left side, and it's gonna roll out of bounds on the left side. So a rather inauspicious start for Virginia to begin this belt ball? Kicking team number twenty six Bobby placed at the thirty five yard. Delaney who came into this game with sixty six percent of his kick going out of the end zone due to touch back. We'll send one out the side for one of the few times. I can think of all season long. Did he just say his driver? Attention or whether it was designed to be a script. But one way or the other South Carolina's gonna get great starting field position at their own thirty five not that they'd need help. So here comes this game. Cock offense. They got everybody bunched together in contrast to what she expect. They liked to play a lot of spread stuff and spread out of the shotgun. Bentley takes the snap. Steps up in the pocket. Looks to scramble and he's going to be sandwiched between two big bodies. Tommy, Kristen Eli handbag sandwich in. So again, Chris giddy to start we weren't sure. Whether it'd be Thompson or Chris, but Chris does get the start. Now the redshirt freshman in just his third start the season. And here's that temple no huddle for South Carolina after a four yard pickup. Second down at six thirty nine pistol formation and after Rico Dowdell Dowdell up the middle managers to rumble ahead for a pickup of two and a half yards. It'll sit up second out into and a half or check check that third down to two and a half is rob Steiner came over to make a tackle. Yeah. And it was really good coverage. Barbara Gina on that allow on that first down two days. Good good. And Bentley had nowhere to go with. So he stuck and ran for the forty four for four yards. Bentley going out of the shock on one receiver to his right to to the short side of the field in the man, emotion shy. Smith are going to give it to them on a little jet. Sweep you tries to get the edge out racist. Thornhill a manages to turn the corner. I had just inside on the right sideline for a pickup. A four and a half yards. The mood. The chains is Joey comes over to make the tackle amounts. That speed. We'd heard about from shy Smith a sophomore last the last game with back spasms. Yeah. It goes beyond Thornhill. He read that play. He definitely read. It just got out ran to the corner. We got a flag on the next play south. Carolina was looking to stand the ball quickly offense number seventy nine. Five yard penalty. I down a little too quickly is it'll take it back. I first penalty against down Carolina. The day Virginia picked one up on the opening kickoff. There.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Any of our interviews on babba fell dot com or an I tunes in his own endurance lives. Here is really the guy who were sort of helped me turn my life around physically. He is a creative Rx five and his name is Dr David Clayton. Dr days been a long time. Thanks. For having me on the show. Bob glad to be here. It's always a pleasure. So so David as the la- the first time, I had you on the show was probably four years ago. I'm thinking in that era and the two of us were talking about, you know, listen, I do triathlon. I don't really have to worry about my nutrition. I I can just go do an IRA man race and lose weight, and I'll be fine. But what I noticed was gone from is doing ironman a back in the eighties, and I wait by hundred fifty pounds. And I think I was weighing like one eighty five eighty six when we first chatted, and I'm my mentally. I was thinking, okay, I'm getting older. The the probably the fallacy is supposed to gain a little weight. Every is I get older because that's what you do your metabolism slows down. But you changed things for me pretty quickly by saying listen. In terms of eating if it wasn't around a million years ago, donate it, and it's got a label on it. It wasn't around a million years ago donate it just seems so simple to me. We immediately my wife and hiding I changed from regular flour to almond flour. She made me muffins every day with flaxseed and all that type of stuff and went got rid of bread butter sugar salt and went from one hundred eighty seven pounds one hundred sixty four pounds and twenty four percent body fat to sixteen and I realized that so much of this isn't so much exercise exercise important, but what you put in your body. How long did it take you? Or when did you realize that that was really the case? Well, your experience is very similar to a lot of people out there where if you're younger in your teens twenties, maybe even the early thirties you can make a lot of mistakes with nutrition, and because you're young and you're active. You don't suffer any of the consequences? But over time that catches up to you. And I think we all have the same experience that those small mistakes that were making overtime start to accumulate, and you've got to be smarter and smarter as time goes on in order to maintain where you were. And I think this concept of the paleo diet where you're living like a caveman one hundred years hundred thousand years ago is the simplest way to understand how food really is metabolised by the human body. And when you think about the fact that we all evolved on this diet, and that all of your internal systems are really fine tuned for that nutritional profile, that's an excellent place to start and. Is that your organs your your metabolism, everything functions at its highest level from that that platform? So when you make those changes, you're giving your body exactly what you need. And then depending on what your goals, are you can find tune that to really, you know, fighting your micronutrient intake, your macronutrients ache to pull the lever and really move any metric you want. And whether it's you know, you want to lose him extra weight, whether it's you want to run a little faster, or in my case, I focused on metabolic problems, like blood pressure cholesterol blood sugars in my practice. So what I usually do is start somebody on that. And when we get those results, then we start to fine. Tune it, and you'd be surprised how many athletes at any age still end up with the same metabolic problems that we generally associate with obesity or being sedentary because it doesn't take much in the way of getting your new. Nutrient balances off before you end up with the blood pressure and the cholesterol starting to rise. And that's really what got me into. It was it was my own personal journey like that. What I see is people tend to think that okay? Doing a lot of training. I just went for a five hour bike ride one for half hour run. And I'm having a pizza, and I probably need more salts assault. My fries, and there's a tendency to use food is sort of reward. And not quite understand that everything you put in your body ends up making a difference. Yeah. And I think we all have that desire or need for the comfort foods, reward foods and no nutrition plan ever works. If you're living like a monk, and you're really feeling like you're depriving yourself and I loved what you said about the almond flour muffins. You know, I've done avocado chocolate pudding and substituting out sweeteners like molasses or Honey that have a lower glycemic index. So you can really enjoy that diet. If you just get a little creative and relearn the comfort foods that aren't going to hot wire your metabolism. What's fascinating is after I it's funny. How the light bulb went on for me? And just it became very simple. If there was a plate with wheat, thins, and crack we have cheese or something else with fruit vegetables. It was it wasn't. I've never looked at this. As a diet. I looked at as a lifestyle change. Right. It just it. It may Ma made life so much easier. I got rid of that whole mentality of I guess, I'm I guess my metabolism is slowing where did that come from? Where people think that any of this has to do with your metabolism slowing because of age, you know, I think it's it's really because we all have the same tendencies to gravitate. To what we consider healthy foods in a standard American diet. And like I said earlier when you're younger, you know, having a lot of white rice or Brown rice or complex carbs or imbalances in the polyunsaturated fats. So some of these micronutrient imbalances that we see in the standard kind of healthy American diet. Those don't catch up with you when you're younger, but they do when you're older, and then we say, well, if I'm already active in exercising. It's got to be just age and genetics. And it's just what happens, and I like this relearning about the metabolism. And then getting smart about the nutrition and really targeted, and you know, I like to say that you were trained differently for a one hundred meter sprint than you would for a triathlon. And it's the same thing when it comes to the nutrition is you've got to pick your targets and then start to fine. Tune your diet to hit those metrics. And you know, when you're younger, it's all. All about, you know, strength and speed and stamina and those things are important even later in life. But I think everybody has this experience in their thirties and forties and beyond.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I haven't seen you peel oranges except the last couple of days. And when did you become an orange guy setting new thing, you're doing two days ago? Starting to eat oranges. I thought the scale was lying to me yesterday. When I went to get my physical. Check wind belly. I got out of the shower today, and it was. You gotta scale to Dr do swear at it. One eighty seven. Were you able to see you in the shower? I would hope so it's six one and one hundred eighty seven pounds. If I can't my body is shaped, really, oddly, really odd. But you're not you're not like he used to be. I'm fifty one Jack. No, you are. Well, put a little effort in there getting cut two pounds. I'm eating oranges. Senator have you full of sugar? Iran. You're not gonna get fat from an orange. I'm fifty one, and I can still wrestle him to the ground and teach him the meaning of the word respect with one hand tied behind your cracks, and he can have one of those Khumbu CI drinks, and you know, a whole handful of granola, and I'm still going to beat his ass chuckling now. You don't wanna get you. Don't want to get. Tito ortiz. He's not Tito Ortiz. Oh, now knocked the blackout. Yell at you. No shot. No shah. He's gambling partner. I can't be treating bad like that. I'm sorry. Danny when did you become gaily partners? You got a week ago? Eugene. In the falcons dollars. Donald will tell you sometimes that he won't they won't take my bed won't take your back. That's left in the in the Bank now. Right. That's true. Not the first time Jim Harbaugh's laid out to dry. First time it cost me money. No doubt about that about the way. I got some Matt Nagy. They wanna play for me in Rappaport podcast, relate your pants off for do. This is the type of thing that I like get excited for the line in the song. I loved when Cody parkey was out there to try to move the game from an eight point game during eleven point game with a forty eight or forty nine yard field goal a couple of weeks ago and matinee they were showing the. There were showing the sign and there was Matt Nagy before the kick winking at somebody like that legitimately may my nipples hard like they. You take this way too. Seriously. And you know, what else happened to him when he saw that celebration that the Vikings went through my goal Limbaugh Limbaugh. You're in a completely static state on your calendar. These are the types of things that you just say, no. Just Wayne all rail against them. I I'm actually glad I had this conversation off the air with cap today. I'm glad that the NFL has decided to allow these celebrations because it's what the guys want to do now with that said, I don't really care. I don't rail against them. But I don't you know. Look at me. I get I'm. Motown. Vincent de Ville. Do you guys believe when they score we will see rock cats? We're in New York, New jersey. They're playing the giants. There's gotta be a kick line for the rock cats. Right. Do they save that for the forty Niners game before Christmas? But that's not New York. The rock cats are Radio City Music hall Christmas, but it's still Christmas season. Yeah. I see. Sits on Akeem Hicks, knee and asked us for a train. I would love it. If Hicks ran out with the Santa hat on lap. The difference. Look at you. You can't..
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on Half Size Me
"I mean, I am like hitting the same number same within the same three pounds every day. And I remember Gotcha. This one point where I was like, you know, dead, but insolent little Heil bet is mind that he's my brain. With like, why am I even doing this to begin with? What is the use? You know, and it's like that other loving nature came up and said, okay. So what are you gonna do? You're just going to sit here and throw away the past six months of hardcore consistent exercise of good health. Markers of all these other. You know, amazing out great increased muscle tone. You're going to throw this all out the window because you're not getting the number. You want on the scale all of this beautiful lifestyle change that lifestyle change with the was one of the most critical markers and helping them diagnose me within a it was absolutely critical. And and trust me there are MSA's or you know, folks with multiple sclerosis who are in limbo land because they have so many other health markers going on that is very hard for them to see if there indeed meeting. Mcdonald criteria to make that diagnosis. But because all my markers on every level were just outstanding my shivers, great, my thyroid and everything else. So what was wrong was very obvious. And it was it was very easy to diagnose can be treated quickly as a result. So I thought are you gonna you're gonna just throw that all out the window because you're not hitting a number? So I said, no, no, no. You know, what you're gonna do? You know, what we are going to do? We are if we don't lose another pound. We are going to be the fittest longest most beautiful one hundred eighty seven pound girl there ever was. There you go. Yeah. You're right. A six month plateau would shut a lot of people down. It would make them feel like what's the point? And here's the deal. And this is what I tell people all the time. There are a lot of things that are outside of your control. There are I mean, you could be walking down the road hit by a car. You could get fired from your job. There's a lot of things you can't control in the world. You can control the food. You put in your body and the choice to move your body every day in a way that makes you feel good and that works towards your fitness goals. Right. You have that choice every day. And even if you can't use all your limbs or your entire body. There's things you still can do even if you were in a wheelchair. There's things you can do. But you can't control the scale. Nobody can you can do crazy things to get your weight to fluctuate if you had a way in for a wrestling competition, and those things are quite temporary and done under drastic conditions or extreme dieting. But if we're talking about long term weight loss really from modified habits over time. It happens. It happens. You don't get a say you get a same. What you eat. And what you do. And what I'd love for you to tell everybody. So you Pat, you really push through that six month plateau is very very excited and proud of you to see you, you know, mentally, come out the other side of that where have you gotten in your weight loss journey because I think this is important for people to hear you can have a six month plateau, you can go through all this. You obviously had other medical conditions going on where are you at today as a result of all that consistency and hard work. Oh, Honey on I'm not just that goal on that the blow into my cushion. I'm angle on that goal. So I am a hundred and forty eight point four pounds. My actual original goal is one hundred fifty but as most do I like the three pounds of cushion to leave room for fluctuation. And so actually I'm going for one last pound at one forty seven and then from there, I'm actually going going to end this. I do want the listeners to here. I am actually going to maintain that rain. Between one forty seven. And I think what once t two..
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Not only the host of locked on forty Niners podcast, and my good friend. But the reigning champion of oblong balls fantasy league Brian peacock. What up? How you doing man and happy birthday, doc? Oh, thank you, man. Thank. Yeah. Three years old this week doing this thing just daddy's little soldier making me. So proud. Nick mullins. We got the news. He was starting yesterday. CJ Beathard couldn't grip the football for most of the week. And it was all bad and all the forty Niners one in seven. So, hey, why not roll Nick Mullins out there? Now one school with Brian is a Nick Mullins was only pressured on three of his dropbox. The raiders are terrible. But hey, it was an NFL game against an NFL team. And he was an NFL quarterback in played his ass off last night. Nick, Mullins, your thoughts. Was done real. It was nights in day. Seeing Nick Mullins run that offense from the very first snap on they went. They went with Niro in the backfield empty backfield on the first play the game. He threw on time in rhythm. Tamaki? Good went on that. How pattern I down from there? They just rolled into the end zone. That was the best drive forty Niner tattle season and performance a quarterback was the best performance. Quarterback all season. And it's better than any game team. CJ Beathard play in the number. One thing was the confidence the timing of the decisiveness. He was throwing away. I'm only on the military that was that was I opening worth their. Wow. So let me ask you this put a percentage on this one one hundred you know, because it's a percentage. The successive Nick Mullins last night. Had what percent to do with the fact that the Oakland Raiders are deplorable and if quit on Jon Gruden. Seven. Okay. All right. All right. That's fair. Why why would you would you landed sixty seven. Well, you mentioned the sax earlier and a lot of that was thanks for listening in the ball out quick Shelton flicked it he talked about. How copy is the Nobel the ball? So often Nick Mola's the ball was coming out on time. It was coming out on target flooded. Maybe a couple maybe a couple of weeks. He might have a gunslinger he's not afraid to swing that rock. And it's so important and that so a lot was definitely him. I mean, it looked different the office was it was an orchestra was beautiful to watch versus the mess that it had been for a while the season. So that's part of it. But then also it was pretty obvious at the end of that game or very early in that game that the Oakland Raiders are the worst team in the NFL. And it's it's not even close. And my goodness. I you know, as you know, I'm going up against wink in our league this week. And I got cute I decided to start Derek Carr thinking that'd be the way to go. It was not. So there's that the defense racking up eight sacks last night. They had sixteen coming in. Now, they've got twenty four did the math no big deal Cassius Marsh, though, his best game as a pro. I don't think there's any question. What did you see out of him last night other than the fact that again, he was going up against ofensive linemen that seemed like they'd rather be playing parcheesi? Both Cassius Marsh and Dakota Watson welcome back, by the way, coming up. I think they combined for four sacks. And it was part of it was just feasting on rookie officer, tackles, cold, Miller and Parker and the other side had bad game Miller. And probably shouldn't even have been out there for a lot of time. And then they kicked assembly out from guard to tackle. And he didn't fare any better. So that was just a lot of bad raider football. They contribute to that. But the one thing I will say and we saw this in at the end of last season. That's why you credit McMullan's a lot for this game. It was it was a different look it was a different feel for the entire roster. Come on a short week, and how much you guys had in their step. They're playing hard flying around. It was a different vibe. And it was almost reminiscent of that Jimmy Garoppolo affects that happened last season. Those last five games wasn't just a passing game. That was better. It was people flying around making plays with a quarterback. The fact that the offense can stay on the field means the defense is on the field with much they weren't gassed in the fourth quarter. So they could play that all gap. No breaks Robert saw likes to play. So. It was it was so important to have good quarterback play in you one thing that things have missed the season. Most is the pass rush. Yeah. And competent quarterback played keep drives live put points on the board and keep the defence fresh those things working together really helps everything else wants so smooth. And you saw how that works together. Yeah. It's funny. What a little bit of good quarterback play. We'll do the ripple effect that it has on a on a club. And whether it's keeping that defense rested on the sideline or you know, the offensive line. You know, maybe holding those blocks a little longer receivers run in a crisper row in just knowing that that ball's gonna come because we see it with wide receivers. If they don't believe in that quarterback that he's going to get that ball on time to them that you guys maybe we'll run around is hard. They'll they'll kinda pull up and because there's no way he's getting this ball out here. And you know, we see that. And if guys know it's coming in the ball's going to be on time, and that's at play for them. I gotta run around. Maybe just a little bit harder. So the ripple effect. There was definitely felt last night talking to Brian peacock lock on forty Niners podcast joining us as he does every Friday night. We'll because he's terrific guy. Let me ask you this the celebrations last night in particular after I think it was the the sack fumble guys doing, you know, kicks and dancing and everything and Richard Sherman was right there in the mix. So if Richard Sherman signing off on it who am I to judge. Right. But I just I felt like really like your turn seven and you're beating the raiders like it's like a pop Warner team. I mean, I know it's supposed to be entertainment. But I don't know, man. I thought that wasn't a great, look, what would you think I said that was borderline disrespectful, and what's funny is that the raiders didn't care. That's how little fight they had. Have you can you can have a dance party on us. We just don't care. That was pretty amazing. So bad standpoint. It's like, let's go. That's awesome, Cassius Marsh steward like nine karate kick usually does just one. But he just kept it going. It was like streetfighter out there. I remember the character. But the one that did flying baby. Yeah. There you go. So it's like whatever like earned it. So have a dance party go for it. But yeah, no, you're right. It was borderline disrespectful. That's how bad they were beat the raiders. So they gotta own it. Yeah. I hear ya. I don't know. Although I will say in Cassius Marsh did this a couple of weeks ago where there was the fumble in the end zone. And he's doing a cloudy kick while the ball could be live, and he's not trying to jump on the phone see on that play the car the car and football. He's already going into his free. And that's part of it is it's contrived celebration. Right. He's not happy. Like, he's still karate kicks the ball. Could you live? He can be celebrating kicks. Well, you know, I I guess if you don't get it's hard to act like you've been there before if you're if you're not collecting a lot of sex so more power to catches Marsh through your Friday kick. Now, it's like when the raiders Derek cars first year finally got that win against the chiefs members CO more. And I remember who else it was. But they're dancing around while the play was still alive and they're still dance behind the play. And then I remember post game. I can't remember who has maybe was Charles Woodson or somebody. Well, no. But somebody came up to them at one of the veterans in the locker and came up to and said you need to act like you've been there before. And it was Justin tuck. Thank you. Now. Charles woodson. Sorry, Justin tuck came up to to the guys after the game. It was like to act like you've been there before like, but we haven't been there before. No doubt about it. All right. Hey, I just thought it wasn't the best luck. But like I said if Richard Sherman signed off on it, then so be the only thing Richard Sherman signed off on was leading Nick Mullins, give the pre-game speech. And boy, Nick Mullins is fiery, man. I he rallied the troops last night. Right. Yeah. I mean, not only his play on the field that every surrounding get the posting mere few Erin Andrews getting choked up having a fight every step of the way to get where he is. I mean, he was Alabama Gatorade player of the year in high school. Crimson tide. We're sending him letters. No new care. You know, he he didn't get any letters from Alabama. So he ended up at southern miss up going off for over four thousand passing yards as junior year breaks Brett farve record of calling him and trying to throw him in the NFL trap six one hundred eighty seven pounds. And so he had to fight for that. And and he shows up in the NFL is opportunity and he earned it. So when it comes to whenever calcining and is forced to announce who the starting quarterback is not only is the team better. Not only does he have to start Nick Mullins because it's their best chance to win flat out Nick Mullins has earned it. And so that guy better be the starter. Yeah. So you think that's pretty cut and dry right now. I mean wouldn't announcing then why would he they got a buy week coming up and they're not gonna play again. Well, they got a mini mini by excuse me. They're not playing again for what eleven days football against the giants. And that's it. Exactly. So yeah, they got ten days off now. So they basically are gonna play one. One football game in the next twenty days. So you got no need to announce that as of yet. But do you think there's no way in hell that CJ Beathard gets that ball for that giant's game? No, I don't think. So. And also, I think luckily sort of for calcining, and is he can kinda hedge a little bit because that she still hurt. So you could say, oh, you know, she is not a hundred percent. So we're definitely gonna go with Nick this week. And if Nick Molin sort of, you know, the clock strikes midnight and Nick Mullins lays an egg after the bye, he can be like okay now she can go back to. Puts on another great performance in it's obvious. And there's no decision. So with thirty injury. I think that makes me decision a lot easier for calcium because if she gave methods ninety nine point nine percent healthy and not one hundred percent then makes that a lot easier. And even if he was a hundred percent healthy. And even if there had never gotten hurt in the first place, I think it was obviously time to make a change because. Progressing. In fact, he was kind of regressing and it was just night and day to see that offense move with timing in rhythm. It'd be a quarterback this decisive getting the ball quickly knowing where the hot rowdy is what he's getting flipped. I mean that was probably my favorite throw. The whole game was Molin sitting Ritchie James when he's getting blitzed on third down at six and he knew exactly where that was. If you lose wide open makes for a big place. Egypt effort might have held that ball little too long and not on the ball out quickly. And that's kind of what he'd been doing this whole season. So yeah, my mind is cut and dry. It's Nick Moses starting quarterback outside of Watson Marsh who shown on the defensive side of the ball brightest for you last night. Brian. I think part of that was that raiders offense was so bad. And it was so they had such a tough time protecting their card that they just pulled him out of the game right instead and try instead of trying to shuffle things around and protect our quarterback. We should take the quarterback out of the game because we cannot protect him. So they just couldn't get much done at all. And the forty Niners knew that they had the lead. And that's one thing the forty Niners haven't been able to do much this year is play with the lead. It's in their ears back just go after the quarterback know that they can't really run the ball and one of my buddies who's raiders fan was actually like why are they still running the ball? And it's like, well, I guess they're just trying to protect quarterback because they can't block for on packing place. So the raiders are bad, and that's key in on both sides of the ball. But I I think everybody played well Fred Warner was flying around they can place. Jimmy ward was also flying around they can play everyone just looked a little bit more energized in that game personally because they weren't on the field. Much did have already not. But I think it was that Moore's effect and everybody played a little bit better in the past west when you can get home that really makes the defensive backfield. Look a lot better here here. Well, hey, Jon Gruden said it's hard to find a pass rusher man in the NFL. So he also said people are blowing up his phone trying to come play for the raiders. I'm like who are these people like Johnny Manziel? You know, I I just I don't understand who who's banging down his door to come play for the Oakland. Raiders right now are the Las Vegas raiders as it were. But but so be it. The last guy I want to ask you about. And by the way, Brian peacock from locked on forty Niners podcast putting out daily forty Niners content. Locked on forty.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The. News and talk radio has a little more, depth than television I think we're going to set the record. Straight today. Now the forest all disaster is often blamed upon McCain I've done my research and according to experts it's a baseless claim that McCain was responsible for the forest all disaster and one incorrect theory says that he triggered the Zuni missile from his own plane with the exhaust. Of his, plane because he wet started that is deliberately dumped fuel into the after, burner before starting in order to shoot a large flame from the tail of the aircraft in fact. In earlier caller had said that the, facts deny that for one thing the jet that he flew was, it was a subsonic jet and, they were, not equipped, with afterburners you didn't hear, that from Chuck Todd, maybe you'll hear tonight from. My student on, MSNBC a four jets. Fluid subsonic speeds and We're not equipped with afterburners I'm, sure he picked it up right now and they're typing it into, his teleprompter right, now Now going further according to the military analysis, network, site maintained by the federation of American scientists the four. Was powered by a single Pratt and Whitney j fifty two four eight a non after burning none after burning turbojet engine I. Mean you want to get into facts here the manufacturer's description, of the aircraft that, McCain flu also describes. The power plant. That's one eleven thousand one hundred eighty seven pound thrust Pratt and Whitney j fifty two people, await engine no after burner. And so when you keep hearing the theory that it was his wet starting that did it It turns out to be fraudulent now some pilots will say that you could do a wet start. Without an after burner but, that. Theory, fails, for another reason and here's the. Reason the of McCain's plane was pointed over at the side of the, carrier and away from, other planes at the time and the. Phantom fighter that fired, the missile was facing McCain's playing from the opposite side of the flight. Deck as shown in diagram have in front, of me and another diagrams and the navy film. Of that fire who started this bogus theory about John McCain you're not, gonna believe what you're gonna learn in the Savage Nation and. Remember where you learned it first attention MSNBC student get your notes correct now Tucker get out your pen and pad this bogus. Theory got its start in the New York Times by reporter, r w apple junior, who made it up. On July thirty. First nineteen sixty seven two days after the fire that the US forest dolls captain John John Belling believed an. Extreme wet start had created a thick tongue of flame that set off the Zuni missile however However and this, is a big however captain you following this captain Belling did not identify McCain's plane is the source and said only that the aircraft was parked in the carrier island which would have put it far forward. And on the opposite side of the flight deck from from where John McCain's plane was getting ready to launch so if you're a conspiracy theorist believes that captain Belling repeatedly said that he'd been unable fully to sort out, the conflicting reports that circulated on the five thousand man vessel in the hours after the fire according to reporter r w apple and the New York. Times Even he said the wet, star theory was tentative but it was. The. New, York Times that started the, rumor, against John McCain and this is interesting at the time the reason the New York Times, bashed McCain is because they were afraid to come back as a war hero and when is the Republican so they started smearing him right away now notice the same people that are smearing him then on. Now lauding him today that's just you know we're fake news comes from however the the picture is not completed less you hear about the draft-dodging fake conservatives who are bashing him as well omitting all of his great heroism, both as a pilot as a POW okay So I'm trying to straighten this. Out The bottom line is is that captain bailing early theory was dismissed by navy investigators who found that the Zuni missile had been, touched off by a stray electrical charge not by a jet exhaust. And I, can read, you the reports in fact you know I found this as amazing what I. Found today.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Hundred and fifty pound athlete because that's what he is I'm just saying it's not a bad piece to get? In there as well I get what you're saying is athletic and he trying to trying to give a. Sense of what I mean 'cause I mean look at. The home team, I go like okay do we have any assets like that Do we know we did Aaron. Baynes but he's, got a little bit more, range but no, we, don't have anybody like that these days Okay I'm just I did see Drummond. Hitting shots, I mean he was shooting. Threes he was he was hitting them, nobody was on them they had a broom. In his, face I mean I'm just putting it out You gotta, get that broom up there Guy wasn't that tall either I'm just saying he could have put of nine with a Peru. That would have been better for me That's too high Listen I got pretty high, Arkham my shop but sometimes it can. Be too high Just trying to win trying. To get a. Win in. The NBA just trying. To get into, playoffs. Right. There. We'll, get, there thank you. Got, a good coach got some good good, GM oops no sorry working on it Working on it The coaches GM No we got. A brain trust. That's, the way now Because, again we gave all the power to. One guy before so now we gotta go the. Opposite, we're gonna give power to. A bunch of guys Glam as a collective group make that decision wow hey all I know, is you know what I know this the American, League is now a head of the. National League and overall forty three to forty two In. All star games I do know that. And did, you, watch, the all. Star game I watched I wa I didn't watch the? Whole thing I. Two. Winnings, kept coming back because I had this wait a minute I told you surgery and and sales I mean wow other they're unbelievable did you scout talk Chris Yeah And he's only one hundred eighty seven. Pounds.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"From mumbai india now you may remember boom by when it was on babe at bombay's got a new name it's moon by he's thirty eight she's just marriage has no children she's a fashion designer couple years ago three years ago she up to mass in the upper part of the right breast right of if you mentioned the breasts like o'clock at the twelve o'clock position he was seen by physicians nothing was done the next year she saw physicians again and nothing was done a year later she saw she found a fullness in the breast as the size of a grape and ultrasound was donna and she flew into new york she went to some of the biggest hospitals here and the big hospitals wanted to give her a chemo and remove the brass rumor that time should be about thirty six years old just marriage did not want to have chemo and lose the breast she started on her model therapy and hormones worked for a while hormones don't unfortunately cure cancer so the hormones temporary sara lee shrink the cancer cancer grew back you saw the same doctors the big doctors at the big hospitals and they wanted to cut off her breast again she refused and over the last few months by phone and by email she's communicating with me along with her husband tabah treatment but the treatment to keep her breasts to avoid that bestactor and now she had a scan elsewhere questioning disease in the chest we worked her up and we found in fact that there was no spread beyond the local regional area so she has breast cancer and the brass just changes in the skin hsieh's indentation of the skin thickening of the skin in the right breast here her way eighty five kilograms she's five foot five eighty five kilograms by the way it's about one hundred eighty seven pounds and well i told you about her exam she's got a four centimeter mass the upper part of the brass the five centimeter mass in the right breast and she's got some nodes involved and this is the work that we do and she came from india to be with us for treatment and that's why we're here so after going around the world several times for treatment and having treatment that didn't work or that would have been deforming she is with us at radio surgeon york at thirteen four broadway and independent exclusive cancer treatment center for treatment.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Forty niners have just picked dj read corner kansas state five nine one eight hundred six the draft analyst says this reflash is above average quickness and balance in underneath man and reads routes anticipates breaks in off and zone coverage he's a ball hawk and fast enough to run with most receivers but just has average recovery burst the other thing is five nine hundred eighty six that is not your typical san francisco seattle type of corner so i would imagine they're looking at him as a slot guy you don't have his workout numbers up to you i don't pull them made this four seventy ran a four four seven at five nine in about one hundred eighty seven pounds but this is a kid who originally i guess enrolled at fresno state and then red shirt and transferred to three to junior college which is here in california and then transferred to k state smaller than what you you know what we would expect nine or corners three corners no five nine corner a little bit of a surprise there you know a lot of top cornerstone the board but including a pair nickerson who played a two lane one of the best ball skill you know corners in the draft who's also in that same five ten range so dj read the junior go to the niners a little shocking i made it shows you though i which i kind of like you get so caught up in the guy always has to be six feet guy always had to be sixty take the best player this guy was your favorite corn on the draft he's a little smaller who cared if you make plays you make plays he's big twelve newcomer of the year you don't have probably doesn't have that much variance bouncing around from fresno state to j c k state loves those jc guys or the one thing i'm worried about him as a turn man to return guy and also special teams gunner type of guy in that thing so again look he's probably a slot guy palmer but a punt returner dante pettis you can find a punt return man like this they can play special teams and take the best receiver on the board one of those guys will those jarque washington whoever you can find this guy later just the guy that punt returns is like a backup whatever you know i think most teams do.
"one hundred eighty seven pounds" Discussed on WTVN
"In history today is of course august sixteen two thousand seventeen the highlight asked to be honest and 19 seventy seven singer elvis presley died at graceland mansion in memphis tennessee at the age of forty two and i've been reading there'd been stories this week about elvis apparently his weight from and you'll recall his comeback uh special been nineteen onyx sixty eight or sixty nine nice in thin were in the uh the leather jumpsuit he hasn't leather nor no boise it was actually made out of a a stretchy like polyester material but they made it to look like leather i'll be darn which i didn't know for years i thought that was love i thought i had to be let everybody thought it was letter uh was weird well apparently he'd gained one hundred eighty seven pounds since then and i i know he was big when he was these last few but i didn't know he was that big but anyway he died on this date in nineteen 77 uh you his last words were due i have an idea but i'm not gonna say deny told he told linda thompson i'm going to go read guard anyone in the bathroom is what he did and the bathroom honest eight and eighteen fifty eight eight telegraph message from britain's queen victoria to president james buchanan was transmitted over the recently laid transatlantic cable nineteen 88 t e lawrence the british soldier who gained fame as lawrence of arabia was born in wales nineteen thirteen israeli prime minister menachem bagan noise born in presentday belarus nineteen forty baseball hall of famer babe ruth died at.