23 Burst results for "One Hundred Twenty Pound"

What's the Deal with Digestive Issues and Anxiety?

Not Another Anxiety Show

06:07 min | 1 year ago

What's the Deal with Digestive Issues and Anxiety?

"You know that you have anywhere from five to twenty five pounds of waste throughout your digestive tract gross? Yeah is that true? Absolutely absolutely I knew secretly. I weighed one hundred twenty pounds. Why are you laughing? That's a walk like in me like like time at one time so now imagine how much easier it would be to run away from a bear if you could instantly drop a bunch of that way got it. I'll look at you. You're so clever right at you. That's going to stick with me you. That's an and I kind of I think to when I'm working out and doing squats lunges with a ten pound weight versus without the way it is significantly new fart. Oh Geez no. But that's more exciting line of thought but now it's just a lot easier without the ten point eight. It's like as soon as I drop that weight like. Oh this is effortless like I could do lots forever or lunges forever and so obviously it makes sense to want to kind of our body to clear itself out if we need to run if we need to run dropping up to twenty five pounds is GonNa make us a bit faster when we're that much later. Yeah I remember when Panicked like was a was brand new and and sort of bewildering for me This is this is pre you by the way and understanding the stress response understanding that your body totally evacuates waste understanding why you sweat. Karen Young talked about this recently. We've talked about it in the stress response before but understand that. Your eyes dilate. I think right you're hearing something happens to the hearing your all the blood rushes to your internal organs away from your arms which they get cold and tingling understanding. Why your body has evolved to do this? An- Wi- is fascinating to me. Love that stuff. Yes so I mean. When we're in the midst of a threat you know fighting or running for our lives the only essential functions. We really need in. The face of that. Threat is breathing circulation and use of our big muscles so when we enter that fight or flight mode our body decreases blood flow Terai digestive tract and without that blood supply digestion. Just doesn't happen and so that's why we feel that nausea or that you know very significant urge to go to the bathroom. You know it. Tell me why this would happen. So I if I I feel like I just had a nervous life growing up so I always had that sort of like. Ibs Ish life. This is so gross. I'm never going to get married. That's you know that's fine. I'm uncomfortable but guys sorry or or ladies. I'm like one step away like one going out to the barons weapons anyway. I I always had that sort of like until I started. Dealing with anxiety look sorta how upset like permanently upset stomach anyway but something weird would happen to me when like after a panic attack like after it all like I would have like a rock in my stomach like it seemed like it. Yeah sure feeling like stomach yeah. Nothing would like evacuate. It just felt like I couldn't or or maybe this isn't related at all but the sensation of like you can't swallow as one thing you know like a lot of people have that but if I was eating something and then got nervous it felt like sat my chest like that's the muscles and Chen for sure this tension Chen and sometimes it can be if it feels like something is just sitting there Especially if it's like in your stomach can also be indigestion like your body's not digesting the food and I can feel a little bit like a rock lead like stomach and you may not get noticed like like it never really worried me. Maybe it's I always felt like us like some gross but it wasn't a sticky thing for me. I know this really freaks people out though. I mean a metaphor which is kind of that. Fear of throwing up is yeah. That was how that was one of the ways my anxiety first manifested when I was younger and when I'm stressed the first thing the first place it shows up is my gut for some people. It's muscle tension headaches fluttering. That stuff is kind of down the line for me. The first thing my body's first. Hey you know. I'm Kinda stressed and overworked and burnt-out and slow down. Its I Q. Is that indigestion? Heartburn them bit just unsettled. Nece and in my stomach's now that you say that. Whenever I'm like stressed to the Max I do get some especially night like heartburn. But it's on me the whole thing with anxiety like it's all of US experienced probably similar. Things is just what we what gets sticky right. It's kind of what we misinterpret so you. It's like digestive. Upset is just digestive upset for like that. It's just sort of like well. Yeah for me. It dumps towards. Oh my gosh. If anyone heard I think it was episode thirty to remember when like one of my it would jump to all my gosh. What if I put my pants like what is i? Put My Hanson. What if I throw up front of everybody like it wasn't just digestive upset? Okay so sorry. In the moment it feels like absolutely mortified in the worst thing. That can happen and unacceptable. Like now when I look back it is. It's funny and it makes people laugh and that's okay I'm cool. I'm cool with

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AMBER ALERT: Regional alert issued for 10-year-old Houston boy

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

AMBER ALERT: Regional alert issued for 10-year-old Houston boy

"An amber alert has been issued for a ten year old Houston boy police say was taken by his mother's ex girlfriend Sunday evening the boy is black and Hispanic four foot ten one hundred ten to one hundred twenty pounds last seen wearing blue Texan sweat pants with Texans written down the side it's also wearing brightly colored Nike shoes with yellow orange and blue suspect is thirty year old Nicole Harrison is about five foot six and weighs about one hundred twenty five pounds she has black hair and brown eyes there's no car involved

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Beverages and Your Body

Living Healthy Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Beverages and Your Body

"So Debbie Let's let's go through some of these liquids kind of one by one. Let's start with with the most basic liquid to humans water. How much water should we be consuming daily? If you think about an easy way to measure it would be taking your weight in pounds and dividing that and half and that's how many fluid ounces you would consume on a normal regular basis so not extreme exercise exercise not extreme environmental conditions. So if somebody is wow one hundred twenty pounds and there's sixty kilos so or whatever whatever so seventy ounces. Oh my gosh. I have so much more I thought I drink plenty of water but that makes me feel like I need eight fluid ounces in a cup and when we when we you say cup we mean like Measured Cup and most people will pick up their glass. Remember glasses can be like ten twelve or if you're looking at you now. Whatever this is I have in front of me books tall or something you know they can get up to sixteen ounces for glass sitting in front of you so it's not like you have to have eight of those right Do people drink water out of glasses anymore. Do you realize that he did do at all. It's always out of a water bottle but like I said you know I'm Pretty Brennan. Dan Class I just find it very interesting because there's always been from what I've heard like a set standard amount of water during the day but I've never heard it had somebody break it down by. I bought Biwati way but that kind of a perfect sentence. Well my gosh in clinical. When I used to work in a hospital we would? Yeah we would do it. Based on anything from their you know their condition and they have surgery and all these other things So if you're looking at just an average person that doesn't have all lows lab works and things like that. Well you know. Take your body weight in pounds divided in half Pluto's it that's a pretty good start right you'll find other people. That's it's not enough for me like I really am thirsty. I drink more Some people will drink too much and flesh out more of their vitamins and minerals. So then you go kind of by urine color and try to get that Nice Pale yellow that amber deep and it's not like just tinted water because then you're probably the drinking too much. Yeah that's that's what I'm all. I'm like constantly gauging. That and I need to drink a lot. More water is what I learned this morning. They're doing great Downing Gallon. Itunes Ooh no you know you need to electric. Let's keep them in the right so interesting because there's such a healthy balance he never really think about it with water. It's just it's just like you can't toxication so much of a good thing. So how. How does shrinking water kind of affect your overall health or can it the same with not having enough so how does proper hydration? Why is it important? Kind of view. Shuna cell in your body uses water whether it's for the cellular processes assesses and metabolism but as a whole fluid. You've got water in your blood supply. You've got water in your back of your are fluid in your eyeballs in your Bursa sacs of your joints transporting nutrients with your blood. Your using your lymphatic system which is another liquid transport so you really have it critically everywhere. I'd say probably if you feel my hair my hair dryers news no water in there. But I'll consider that outside bodies out. So what happens when you get when you don't get enough water. Hydration Yeah Oh man Initially really you can no lack of concentration and you just don't feel you don't feel right. Can you get headaches because I feel like I definitely it makes it can affect long longer term or more severe if you're talking about percent body weight loss then it's GonNa Affect your fluid volume put pressure Asher on your heart to pump out more beats to compensate for the lack of the volume so it can get quite significant. But that's more like say in rapid heatstroke right. Yeah I get really tired. I notice if I'm not drinking enough water I it's the weirdest thing I've noticed lately if I'm not entering enough water I'm tired I'm more tired. And then I can have a whole bottle of water or glass water whatever it is and yeah. It's great up. I think you feel it in your head had quickly and then maybe even your I mean without water. You're going to get constipated right. I was going to say like how quickly because I think oh I'm dehydrated and I've heard like you're almost hydrating for a day ahead of time like rather than drink a glass of water and you're gonNA start feeling a lot better immediately but I wonder that's still seems like a pretty quick remedy because liquids absorbed better or quicker found the body. Yeah and there's something called Osmo Lara's morality. Sorry it's probably it

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Restaurants. Yeah i mean all those kind of like experiential type. Things millennials are driving those markets a lot of the times but is it well not on the higher end right so they're staying more versus the four seasons right hey marriott you. It sounds like the courtyard. I mean that's like okay. They're seeing the courtyard. Dr been so courtyards are really nice. Eh one hundred twenty pound dogs could go. I don't know where to go. It's starbucks created the tiny house movement okay. That's there living in boxes okay with a great dane. I'm jealous of that because i mean i've gone through like a whole yeah a whole huge sweep of from my house and i can't tell you how much okay v._h._s. v._h._s. Tapes i tape space like why did i buy so but he v._h._s. Tapes because the only way no but still movies. I could have cared less about i was like oh i wanna see this movie by the v._h._s. Tapes and it's just like i have so much stuff because and i just wish i might wish somebody would have like i wish i would have been millennial on this case that i wouldn't have all this stuff supposedly because all the money wasted that is literally worth zero dollars right now in garbage taking up space in my house. I feel like we've finally are learning that the kids nowadays nowadays are learning that and i'm very happy about that because it is such a stupid waste of money. Wait a second. I did just sell buns of steel v._h._s. Tapes you you half price bookstore. I have absence deal. I'm like oh my gosh i've been to see i wasn't ready to let it go so i did take an instagram before i let it go verity but what's interesting is the senior population. That's downsizing to independent living senior living communities. They are using a senior moving real estate experts and as as they do <hes> what are those estate sales. They're actually struggling to sell off the stuff because the next generation doesn't want more stuff or doesn't understand the <hes> niceties the value the value of their their belongings and so it's getting trashed yeah so i think we can keep talking about this all night long but we all have lies that someone who decide to have children in this room well. I have to go to a marriage thing so that's that's what i have to do well. That's the other thing so again jack to save my marriage one divorce. I don't want a second. Divorce was okay okay yeah but i'm just saying i work on my marriage but micro were cover out. We can talk. They just say we've never fought over anyone except mike route. I that's the only one that we both might like so anyway. You guys thank you so much time. Leslie becca. I think <hes> generational conversations yes. It's very typical at times but we are living it <hes> and and i do think it does affect innovation <hes> how it affects the way we look at our world and future <hes> so i look for too many more conversations around this <hes> in the future. Would you guys so thank you for joining us erin. You have any comments i don. This has been a fun conversation. It actually has been around real quick. Who's your favorite gen-xer like. Who do you look up to the most from a genetics perspective..

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on The Yardwork

"I'm in. I'm in. I'm by heart. I love I love to hear that yet you so do a couple of question on the dolphin. Then. What are we thinking about this season than other on the subject? What are we thinking? I just wanted to get in the playoffs which is going to be hard to the patriots are sold to Iowa. I tell my uncle because he's a dolphin fan. Also, just like just give me ten wins, man. Ten and six even take awhile. The patriots can win the division. Just give us wildcard spot. News is lost. Right. One game that the ten just killed us. And they always give me excited. And then it's it's upset. So hopefully dispassionate turn around we make a run. Maybe maybe again the second round. Due. Do might might even draft a quarterback. Who knows we got a big draft coming up? There's a a lot of home. But I always tell people you don't know what it's like to be like a fan of a team unless you're a dolphins fan man because you're either seven and about seventy nine eight nine seven every year, it's longest rebuild ever to make it worse. You've the draft pick of thirteen about eighteen cracking the top ten often and. Yeah. But we're not. We're not out there. We sit right in the middle. So I'm glad someone who who knows that knows the pain that I got. Especially in New York because they're not a lot of dolphins fan out here with the giants. All do for. Sure. Doing that might be worse dude being a bills fan. Worse. They used to be less though. So. Do you never know? I mean, you know, the patriots gonna win. But you don't know what's going to happen in some divisional round between the jets dolphins Bill. So. Yeah. Dude. So glad we talked about some full point of baseball podcasts. Good doubt going then do. So I know you're pitcher. So my question is man if if you're throwing the ball against I take your yard. What are the chances of that? You strike me out my taking your yard and thing I think just strike you out. Destroy all taking on taking the strikeouts. How? I hope to hear man because you know, you've got to be confident. You gotta go and every situation the best and you're going to succeed pitching is confidence. And you got to have conviction and every pitching throw and be confident in or else. I feel like if you're not confident on the mound is that. Because it is a you know, hitters confident. Yeah. Yeah. So you gotta be confidently your stuff, and you got in there and just go go to work about things, you know, competing harder this level guys are are really good. And you're you gotta remember that. You're good. Also. That's why you're the do not just love these answers. Because it's like you're pro ball player. I'm a nineteen year old struggling athlete. It's like if a college Ozzy, ma'am, I for the Dishman, I got nothing to lose them swinging away. But. And because you you're the pro ballplayer, man. So I mean, like sometimes you have guys like, I don't know. Like, maybe you get a hold of one. But you know, I'm striking. I love it. Because like, honestly, it's in your favor that your striking me out. And like, I'm okay with that. But I'm I'm give you my best shot one hundred percent. Of course. So yes. So do my next question to ask a lot of these athletes that come on the show, man? How much you benching you need you need to amass bench right now. How much you doing man one rep? We do it the thing as a pitcher. We don't really bench because his shoulders. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Say I can I can probably get up one hundred twenty pound dumbbells HR. Okay. All right. That's impressive. That. Mama squatter squad law..

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Snake weighed in at one hundred twenty pounds. I'm Mike moss. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in China where it's already Sunday Alibaba group is reporting it's set a record for opening sales for singles day, a huge online shopping event in the first minutes of shopping ten billion Yuan worth of sales were recorded. That's over one point four billion dollars. Apple disclosed a pair of issues affecting two of its more popular products, the iphone X, and the thirteen inch macbook pro apple said yesterday, the screen on some iphone X units doesn't respond or response intermittently when touched the company also said some units could have displays that react. Even when they aren't touched iphone X went on sale last November and was discontinued when the iphone X S. And I phone ex our models were introduced in September users have reported the touch screen issues online for several months, it's all eyes on OPEC as US oil prices fell for ten consecutive days, wiping out any gains for the year futures in New York slid eight tenths of one percent yesterday. Settle at sixty nineteen a barrel. That's the day after falling into a bear market on concern. Growing supplies will overwhelm the market. Brink's is best known for its armored trucks. But it may just have turned itself into a derivative pot play. More from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Brink's has reached a multi year agreement with canopy growth Corp to provide quotes, secure logistics and cash management services for the cannabis company, including international shipments of we'd according to James Clement, an analyst Buckingham research who gives.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Samo people semi links to the story about teaching an old dog new tricks. Right. That's not the first time. It's happened. It won't be the last. But the story about sunny Gilligan, the guy that learned the hard way that yes, it all dog actually can learn new tricks. Like how to fire a shotgun. From the backseat of a pickup truck doing it. Gilligan is from New Mexico. He was shot in the back while sitting in the front seat of his parked pickup truck. When they were on a hunting trip for Jack rabbits with his three dogs. Charlie scooter and cowboy. Apparently, Charlie got his foot in the trigger. And I learned or rather I leaned forward. He slipped off the seat and cop the trigger and boom. You know, it's a freak accident. But it's true. Yeah. The shotgun fired by Charlie. Who's a one hundred twenty pound Rottweiler mix big dog. Blasted through the driver's seat and went into Gilligan's back broke several ribs broke his collarbone these guys lucky to be alive. But it's a freak accident. It. I was very lucky that I could I could get to my phone. First responders actually saved my life. If they waited ten more minutes, I probably would have died. I lost so much blood. I actually passed to the others side just before getting to the hospital, but they were able to revive me with CPR. Bad dog. That's right. What's going on stinger? Bacon and lard. Good morning. My brother from another mother by. I'm getting ready for the weekend. How about you? Exactly. The weekends. Come. It can be bad not to wisenberg. It's coming in. Gum at a loaded. Shotgun in the back. Didn't have a safety honor. That that exactly what happens to stupid people get the DA nominee, exactly. Let me back with three.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And now she came back this week for follow. I saw her. I examined her she's in remission. She's doing great. She's perfectly fine. The cancer is not to be seen after five treatment shed at the other place yet weeks and weeks of chemo years and years of chemo. It didn't work with us five ten minute treatments and she's in remission doing well. And I'll see her back probably in about three months, but she has my phone number two and two choices. And she's welcome to call anytime. She wants you are too. If you want that booklet or DVD or appointment now, we're talking about a seventy year old woman. She's widowed. She has two children. She came with her daughter his mass in the right upper portion of the breast. It's about two centimeters about an inch. It was seen by mammogram is woman who had a melanoma in the past. She has diabetes. She has had the first mammogram her life at age seventy. Wow. And she got a chest x Ray, and she had a brain MRI, and she had this by upset in the brass. She's one hundred eighty eight pounds. She's five foot four, and I examined. Her and there is a two centimeter mass in the upper outer portion of the right breast, and I saw her and we spoke about all the options, and we staged her up to make sure the cancer at and traveled it added. And now she wants to be traded. And that's the work that we do. She wants to keep the breast. She's adamant about that. And I agree fully with that to treat breast cancer to keep the breast when I came to New York decades ago ninety seven percent of women were losing their breasts at all the big hospitals. Many still do sad to say. And this woman wants it. A woman can choose whatever she wants. But the doctor pushes something. I don't agree with that. We encourage all the options in different patient wants to save her breast, and many do I believe most do then we can treat this woman and most likely she will be successfully treated, and there's no evidence to spread over cancer. So treatment for breast cancer is quick. And sweet. And we see many women with newly diagnosed breast cancer who see many women with cancer. Sometimes women think it's a few women who. Think that if they leave it alone won't bother them. But cancer has it's own agenda and often cancer wants to take over your body and hurt the woman, and we see women with advanced breast cancer is also so if you have a lump in the breast, and he'd been afraid to go to your doctor afraid of that big hospital, you might wanna come in to us at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway and thirtieth street and get checked out. That's what we do every day. If you have a Lumper suspicion of cancer, give us a call at two and two choices and talk about a woman who is fifty two years old. She was born in Puerto Rico. She has six children she came with her daughter, and she has painful endometrial cancer. Endometrial cancer is cancer from the lining of the uterus. Uteruses where the baby grows in the lining is what bleeds or what's lost every month administration? The rest of it's a big muscle could push the baby out she diagnosed a year ago when she had vaginal bleeding. She had vaginal bleeding, and she had a biopsy of the lightning which called the. D And C D demons dilate. The cervix is services about him part of the uterus. Incur- Todd drains kind of a scraping of the lining, and she was found to have cancer. She refused surger that and she had standard radiation and standard chemo, and and they gave her more chemo, but just has an work the cancer's progress, she has a big mass her weight was one hundred eighty pounds down to one hundred twenty pounds. She's lost sixty pounds in a year. Wow. She's an ex smoker. I examined her hand distended abdomen chest metastases causing pain. And these are the kinds of issues that we deal with every day and most likely we can stop the cancer and stopped a pain. And that's another reason why so many people come to us to stop the cancer, stop the pain when standard treatment, and I can tell you that Fred Dmitro cancer uterine cancers. Standard treatment isn't very good. It is very helpful. This is the work that we. We do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. So for patients like her who've had standard treatment, we often are able to help are often able to stop the cancer for that woman. I spoke about just before with newly diagnosed breast cancer. We also treat many people with newly diagnosed cancers before they get caught up in the system and good treatment. That is viewed as less desirable by each patient. So yes, there's many reasons about coming here. You can read about it. You can call we have questioned, but the best ways really to meet in person at thirteen eighty four Broadway about a man who is sixty seven years old born in New York City, he urinate, s- ten times a day frequently at nighttime is back pain leg pain. This weight is one hundred forty four pounds. He'd never smoked. I examined him as prostitutes, markedly enlarged. So it came to us because he has a big enlarged prostate urination ten times a day back pain leg pain. This is a writer for one of the biggest newspapers in New York. So yes, he's a journalist and prominent, but he's got a prostate out of control and symptoms out of control and has come to us to get the scoop on his prostate of the symptoms and many men do many men come to us because they have prostitutes are symptoms wake up at night to urinate or other issues, including sexual problems talking about a sixty two year old man who's from Jamaica. He's married is a black, man. And we know that the black community one in six black men will get prostate cancer. What in twenty three would die or price a cancer? We emphasize that because we're trying to find men and diagnose men and treat men before the cancer gets out of control, and especially in the black community. But we treat men of every persuasion, especially in Jamaica. I was told by the government there that they have the highest cancer right in the in the Caribbean Community. The cancer rate is really. Out of control. This is a man who's PSA would from four point six last year to five point seven he had a biopsies another Gleason seven cancer. So luckily, he was found when he has low risk cancer Gleason, six PSA five point seven. He was seen by surgeons..

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Is coming on later in the show. I'll update should make on that. Because there were a little bit of a chain. Okay. Definitely a change this week over the last couple of years. So we'll get a Heisman update coming up number one Alabama, by the way is going to be hosting a ranked team. Finally, they're taking on Texas AM. Boy, Alabama looks good right now, they look on beatable. I mean, I think they could beat the bills. People say they will. I say like, you know, that you see these you know, when you get those super college teams every once in a while. And you know, they're loaded with first round picks and everything else. You know, they can't though right book. I'm not so sure this time around let me ask you this on the bills are seven sixteen point dogs to the Vikings. If you're a bad, are, you a gambler, do you? I don't get I I'm not either. Would you give the sixteen and a half points? Or would you take the sixteen points? Buffalo at Minnesota at Minnesota. I'll take him you're going to take the dog. Yeah. How are they going to score against that? Minnesota defense. I think I think because it's more along the lines of that's just a lot of points in NFL game. Right. Minnesota could handily win. We could know they're the better team. But maybe they win by fourteen. They win by thirteen. I mean, I I would just Josh Allen coming in. Maybe he makes a couple of plays or is the end of the game road against Minnesota's defense you want if you ate dinner like normal human beings. I would say put a dinner on it. But you don't eat. I'd never hide you food. I do eat. In fact, what did I have this morning oatmeal? No that was during the week. I actually branched out today. I had like an egg white on a English Muffin house. Did you buy this? Or you made it by everything I didn't make it. I don't cook. Anything? Where did you where did you buy this Star Wars? Starbucks says where I did that. Okay. Yeah. And then you won't eat again into a six or seven I'll probably grab IT for lunch after we get done here. And then tonight will be sort of light. What do you mean? I first of all you act like like one hundred twenty pounds. I'm not I no I don't act like that. You're one thirty three. Thirty three. I'm just saying. So no, I I mean, I look Minnesota's clearly the better team. But you know, how the NFL is men. Josh Allen can come in this game. He cannot they can have some plays constructed that skill set. Maybe you don't have enough table on if you're in Minnesota, and all of a sudden you look up and again you dominate the game you clearly win. But in the fourth quarter, they rally for ten points. The next thing, you know, you don't gamble. I agree with you. I mean, there's always those lay covers where it goes to show these guys in Vegas. No their business. Oh, they make their in business. Well, now has his regular show here during the week on the Fox Sports radio network, and I've had many many conversations RJ bell is the best. Because what he does. He he he does a consensus of everything that's going on in Vegas. He's not just lean out one person. He's got all these trans and everything else. And and then he started to get a little more into wider making money hand over fist. They get the business. Yeah, you're right. But I still just that that that's a lot of points. That is a lot of points. So looking at some of the college football today, this is sort of that last week where he got a lot of these non conference games. We we got a few conference battles today. But there's still a lot of those one-sided non conference games. I always feel like next week. We're starting to get into the meat of it. Or we start getting some of these showdowns and really the big story so far in college football have been all the big schools that hire new coaches expecting a complete turn around and just the opposite happened in fact mission. Dessau? I think that was no I think he dropped it. So Michigan trying to still passing by the way under Brassica forty six three in the third quarter. No mercy Jim Harbaugh. I don't blame him though. I mean Jim Harbaugh is trying to score some points self after that opening loss to Notre Dame. This is still a program your program at Michigan that needs to get you just you just said it it's it's really going to start getting real for teams next week. So yes, you can say they're still throwing on Nebraska. This is let's run these plays and see what works. Let's get guys and good rhythm. And you know, and you see, and you mentioned if you look back. I I was watching over the last few days, I've been watching a bunch of these old documentaries. You know, the you and all these other things and the BAAs and all that many stays were putting it on people. Oh, yeah. One of the things Johnson said was any reference that he said a lot of people got mad because we were smacking of some teams and they did that to to to Notre Dame coach before Lou Holtz. I forgot his name. Forgot to no it was Gerry Faust. And they they blew out Notre Dame like v. Everybody's saying, you know, he's on his way to seven was a score. Did he's on his way out. Why would you do that? And Jimmy Johnson brought up a great point. He say look throughout that season. He said we lost to all of a sudden Boston College Flutie. They lost the Maryland gay lawyer. Yeah. And he he mentioned there's a couple of games where they barely won. Because. Kind let things back. So he said I taught from then on I said, we're gonna play hard. And he said I can't help it if my fifth string defensive backs are getting interception by fifth-string running back still running for one hundred fifty yards on you. So boy being if you're Michigan. Look, my bad Nebraska that you guys are having a rough season. I apologize Scott frost, but we got some things we still got to work on. And and I have no problem rolling up on anybody. If you see, you know, then stop us. I mean, I I never ever had a problem Bill Snyder. When he went to Kansas state. They were the worst college football program in the country for a century, literally the losing his college football program of the century. And he was on the receiving end from the Oklahoma's in Nebraska's seventy six now all these beat downs year in and year out when he finally started putting a good team together. He started rolling it up. I mean, he was you know, am beating week teams. You know, fifty eight nothing forty nine nothing. What's wrong with you? Man. He goes, what do you mean? What's wrong with us? We were on the receiving. What we're not supposed to roll it up. But we have the means to roll it up. I applaud that. I said, look I have no problem rolling it up. I do not. I don't know if we'll ever get to Georgia Tech Cumberland two hundred twenty two to nothing circa nineteen sixteen a whole different world back then. But no, I don't have any problem with rolling up these numbers. And because we are still basing who's in a playoff based on performance as opposed to actually winning it on the field. You have no choice. That's the point right there. Michigan were to beat Nebraska was the forty nine three. They beat them forty nine to twenty eight then that could come back to haunt them in the long run exactly what their handle business. You have to go ahead and smoke people in again to me. It's the kids know what's going on. We oftentimes for oh, it's for the kids the kids are they know they can be down. They know if you're if you're you know, you these UC Davis and these small schools, and you're going to play these bohemians, you know, what's going on. In the first quarter. You're like man, maybe there's a chance maybe the and after that you're like man who am I going out tonight with what's her name again Yemen? Take her out. I hope she likes pepperoni pizza. You already thinking about what you're gonna do the night thinking about the next game. 'cause you know, you're going to play Alabama you're going to play Ohio State, and you're gonna get smoked they know that going in. And then they try to sell them. Like is this a competitive most of the time? These universities are doing it for the paycheck. So stops on act like it's anything, you know, if it's for the money for the paycheck, then don't worry about how I'm being you just take the money and get on a body here, by the way, there's a game going on today. This was one of those east coast. Hi jobs. I'm Boston College. So they were undefeated three know AJ Dylan like leading the nation in rushing on the road against winless Perdue three and obesity on the road against three. Oh, and three Purdue. And everyone's talking about BC, they might be a threat in the ACC this year. Let me check the score ten minutes to go in the game. Thirty to seven Purdue Dillon has. Fifty nine yards on nine just mentioned Doug Flutie. All right. There's still hope that has. Minute. No, he's gone. Was a miracle worker the top ten college football players of all time. I we're in the Geico Fox Sports radio studios. Much more on some of the big games come out this afternoon in college football coming up next..

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Family of missing Iowa woman Mollie Tibbetts fear kidnapping, offer $172K reward

Rush Limbaugh

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Family of missing Iowa woman Mollie Tibbetts fear kidnapping, offer $172K reward

"News intelligence community. Continues to be concerned about the threats of upcoming US election director of national international security Daniel coats. Says that includes both, the midterms and the next presidential election in regards to Russian involvement in the midterm elections we. Continue to see a, pervasive meshes messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken, and divide United States code says the Trump administration is working on strategy to combat election interference the reward. For a missing college student in Iowa is. Growing FOX's Jeff monosso has the. Live report Kathleen is the search for twenty year old Molly Tibbets enters its third week there's another tool in the families. Arsenal to try and get her. Back a reward for anonymous tips that lead to, Tibbets now soaring To one hundred seventy two thousand dollars if you, have nothing, to, hide, you, have nothing, to. Fear so come forward share that information with authorities and let's bring Molly. Home her father. Rob Molly Tibbets is five to one hundred twenty pounds Brown hair and Brown eyes last seen July eighteenth while. Jogging in Brooklyn Iowa which lies along the I eighty corridor authorities aren't ruling out that she may. Have been taken Kathleen, thanks Jeff the Trump administration is set to rollback fuel mileage standards EPA proposal would essentially freezing. Obama administration plan intended, to promote auto fuel efficiency in a statement the EPA, said that relaxing mileage standards in the years ahead will give the American people greater access to safer more. Affordable vehicles that are cleaner for the environment. FOX's John decker and an historic. Milestone for.

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Investigators chase hundreds of leads in search for missing Iowa student

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Investigators chase hundreds of leads in search for missing Iowa student

"Array. Facebook has alerted lawmakers in Washington and some like Senate intelligence committee vice chair, Mark Warner have reacted to those who may be behind it. I'm going to continue try to divide us as a nation and we're gonna have to be on guard. Facebook continues to investigate the intrusion, Chris growl thanks President Trump now is on his way to Tampa Florida to speak at a high school and hold one of his make America. Great. Again, rose and FOX confirms the president asked chief of staff John Kelly to commit to the job who twenty twenty and that he's agreed stay. One of former Trump campaign manager. Paul manafort's trial in Virginia. Jury has been seated White House counsel. Kellyanne Conway tells FOX trial, obviously centers on matters that have nothing to do with the campaign and force charged with tax evasion and Bank fraud investigators say they're chasing down possible leads in the search for a missing university of Iowa. Student investigators have talked to your hundreds of people and continued tracking leads in the case of missing twenty year old. Molly Tibbets who was last seen July eighteenth jogging in Brooklyn. Iowa we. Have not identified the reason for molly's. Disappearance and have not ruled, out any possibilities at this point Kevin Winker Iowa department of public safety keeping all other details including Tibbets timeline and social media and tech tracking sealed Molly Tibbets is five to one hundred twenty pounds Brown. Hair and Brown is a reward is being offered to the case FOX's Jeff monosso.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KSRO

"If you own your own business you cannot get tax breaks if you are an employee okay douglas go to callers all right let's head to ohio dorothy euro with dr wallich dorothy you're on the air well thank you for taking my call i appreciate it so much i've seen you have been hand and other stations but don't get you up here lately i have a twenty seven year old grandson who for at least four years has had crohn's disease bleeding and also rated colons and we all the time he's one step away from a colostomy so now they're suggesting that he go on remedy cade which also has his own dad's side of mixed but okay how much how much is how much is this kid way oh probably a hundred and twenty he's very very tired very small yes he's very thin okay and did he have any skin problems that you know of anything like eggs madrid titus arose asia he'd had acne when he was a teenager and i think he went on some medication for that and i think that's what brought this on sure did he have any respiratory problems any asthma bronchitis no okay all right okay charmaine what do you think this young fella has here right no he's got a gluten intolerance yeah he's got to drop dead gluten intolerance absolutely and so let's see how tall is this guy dorothy probably five maybe six one okay six one okay so he's very slim if he's one hundred twenty pounds at six one he's a skinny guy really is okay well let's see we can help here shar is quite correct he has a serious gluten intolerance and so what what kind of debt would you put him on mischer grooten free diet no we barley right roads okay of the inflammatory things no fried foods no process meets with nitrates nitrites absolutely no oils oil coconut margins managed cooking all gluten a wheat brought iran oats and then what supplement program would you put one hundred twenty pound guy on personally i'd put him on the healthy brain and heart pack because it's got the extra efa's okay and what else would you do for him well know he's got a bleeding coal and he's got all kinds of stuff going on there oh what did you do to make his his intestines and colon heavy well what about what about root beer belly okay well okay yeah let's get him some list game some probiotics root beer belly taste like a root beer float and of course they come and thirty these little pouches boxster moten i starting out with one of those like before breakfast and then if he doesn't get diarrhea from it to date but yeah he well divide that and heart pack and half connector boundlessly neom second have six of those dame the root beer belly get one or two of those boxes per month and calls every week but everybody including.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"And safe spaces being insulated from confrontation you don't like you are solved you're not ready for this you're soft back up back away from the cage go get a real job go experience the real world outside of journalism in the washington post and they're all tra violent oped reporters go get a mop go sweeper floor go spar in a boxing round and get your ass kicked a couple of times go do a stress test that range and see how hard it is to engage in a firearm situation when you're out of breath maybe you'll respect what cops go through get tuned up a little bit and a mixed martial arts thing go go to a mixed martial arts school go go roll with a guy who's been training for ten years and watch how easily he'll take your breath away literally i'm not talking about the berlin song i'm talking about how easily he will render you absolutely useless not even he she too i can set you up tomorrow with with a woman of one hundred twenty pound woman in the jujitsu school i go to who i guarantee you we'll show you in a heartbeat how useless you are man up and then come back and we can talk politics later but as of right now you're soft you've got nothing and when you tear over the edge and you start walking into that danger zone you walk into now you are invoking response you can never take back and you can't possibly win all right and went on a little longer than i thought so sorry about that as to be talked about it has to i know i i'm just as fear i sense an and i know my conservative friends i feel it as well i just you know being in the industry it's i've issued this stuff all the time because i been there and i've seen it i don't think they understand these liberals are just they're not they're just not ready and they don't understand what they're doing so all right let's see i got a lot of stuff to get to today would we go next let me talk about daily caller peace can i say one more thing it's been thirty two years since len bias died yeah and for those kids that listened to the show len bias for those you don't know who len bias was this was for people like me and joe this was a transformative moment in drug in the fight against illegal drugs in our generation len bias was a university of maryland basketball player he was a unique literally unique like once in a lifetime talent he was just a the next big thing he was drafted by the boston celtics and died shortly after that from drug overdose from cocaine it was a moment i was at avid sports fan i was a kid that transformed my life and listen it's not a psa i'm not trying to a talented kids eat your spinach and drink your mill it's not what i do here i made enough mistakes by self i'm a center i'm not anybody's example certainly not trying to be but he's role model or anything like that i'm just saying that moment i've never taken a legal drugs in my life and it was largely due to that moment this guy had life by the you know what yeah and died instantaneously from an overdose of cocaine basically blew out his whole system and it changed my life forever so i encourage all of you young kids if you're even thinking about it to go and read his story and you say it's just one time the way but it was just one time for him you know and that one time we don't know as pass or anything but that time he did that and that is entire life we never know what bias would have been could have been the greatest basketball player in nba history historians now a cautionary tale go look it up it's len bias bi a it's it's it's it's an incredible story that i know for me you know being in maryland to remember that it was like i remember being i remember i actually remember those moments in your life you remember when it happened that i was in a finest supermarket they used to be an old chain in new york and i was in like i'll four something brad i'll with my mother and came over the pa on the news they were playing that len bias died of a drug overdose and i couldn't believe it i couldn't believe what i was hearing i was like that just.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I had counters with evil yes i have and i'm not gonna go into it but i know that it exists and who was there to rescue me the sean hill that's why i have the two orchestra orbs on me now and they protect me and they guard me they not only protect me and guard me connie if they heal me heal me of anything that pops up on my body hurt to me within a day or two they'll be somebody there comes and takes care of it for me which your example for us for that the most indepth one i'll say that but but all my life i've had a bad back i do very labor work from you know day i was on the dairy farm poland one hundred twenty pound out also bill to ten twelve years old and and we go through a lot of 'em feeding three hundred and fifty well counting the dry house four hundred and fifty head of cattle a day you feel a lot of hay but you could imagine ever since i was small kid i was labour's i always did labor and i grew up that way and i was never afraid to work and and that's how i am today but there you know there are things that happen go along with that and that is you know i hurt my back and i've had back pain all my life and and it's much worse at times and others in fact let me give you an example i went over to yakima about three months ago look at a tractor that i wanted to buy and and my significant other road with me and my and something went out in my back i was literally throwing my arms over the bed of the truck bending my legs are trying to shift something in my back because i was in such deep pain and that night when i got home and i couldn't of course i couldn't fix it and i just go along when i it's not like i don't work when i i keep working i just keep going i don't let pain stop me but i came home at night and i'm laying on the couch in an orb comes in and it pulls my.

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Study: Women who have abortion face 81% increased risk of mental health problems - Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News

Bill Handel

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Study: Women who have abortion face 81% increased risk of mental health problems - Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News

"The other part to this whole plume apparently went straight to the mall nearby oh well in nebraska a traffic stop resulted in the seizure of enough sentinel to kill about twenty six million people i they thought they had found cocaine bunch of cocaine this white also when they realized it was all bent look at how much two milligrams is nothing nothing it's a little dot fat nolan they found a one hundred twenty pounds of this stuff because aren't those sweetener packets aren't those graham yes so but how much is weiner who one thousand one of those will kill you.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is a belief system see my client has spiritual beliefs and he was being denied service in the bar because of his spiritual beliefs did you hear what the guy said spiritual beliefs lawyer spin job one oh one right though yeah so he said rather than remove his hat my client held true to his spiritual belief was forced from the bar so that's where they're gonna take us this is going to be fun to watch it's gonna be fun to me hopes that a flash mob of people wearing maga hats shows up at this bar one hundred people yeah that'd be fun here we go the florida fisherman catfish are strange creatures some of you know yes we got the florida themes on why not some of you have you fished for catfish sometimes these catfish what'll happen they become a huge ugly head a friend of mine yeah they're they are really a friend of mine described how it works get sometimes because they're bottom feeders sometimes you get caught between rocks okay and they're okay with that because they just sit there cop between the rocks with their mouths open feeding all the time just go to they're fine with homer simpson fish exactly and so they sit there just stay the same place and they just grow and they grow and the grow grow grow well this thing grew and grew and grew it's a one hundred twenty pound blue catfish up in the panhandle the chuck to watch you river chuck to watch it's an irish river how long guessing chuck the watchi how did you how long was that one hundred twenty pounds i mean that's like like a thirteen year old well i'm looking at the photograph this thing has to be it's at least four feet over four feet yeah so one hundred twenty the biggest what the state record was seventy pounds this is one hundred twenty pounds so this guy he caught it and this was this week it was monday was on his trunk line he wasn't sure if he was going to be able to pull it.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Yeah that's what i'm picturing i mean the lot of people draw that comparison not magic but it's you it's your very best it's you at your very mental best and and it was it was significant and and so we knew we had something good there and then when it came to to mass market we scaled that back a little bit because if like one hundred twenty pound girl took the dose you know she would not be feeling good it would be like too much just you know suck down half a candidate you know what's worse case anxiety or something when in the really strong batches in the early days it would have similar to a nicotinic reaction has racked up regulating cdo choline and acetylcholine and nicotine or are similar so anybody's had too much tobacco and you get that kind of woozy feeling like back in the old days people used to get that kind of feeling yeah just what i love about that part of the story is that it's the opin me of like putting the work in developing a product on top of that taking a massive risk where either you make it or you don't on this one order and then finding the perfect fit between audience and marketing because joe stands for that sort of stuff his audience obviously is into it and so you can do something you can go out and spend millions of dollars on marketing to the wrong crowd as you know and not sell one product or you can say it on a podcast to the right audience and just have this insane reaction.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"How many of those respondents reported those assaults because whether it rose to a criminal level were not it likely rose to a level that violated campus policy however if you're also engaging in drinking or something on campus which may be against campus policy but is against the law for the majority of students as they say they're under21 player under21 then you're not going to go to a 30's and reported which is also very very frightening because then you think about again someone being in that situation being a victim of a crime and not reporting it because they were engaged in activity that was also criminal in nature and and the the students readily admitted you know and they went because this is does we're reading from the reason dot com the libertarian publication that said look this seems to be a huge problem with binge drinking because they looked at the amount that the students said that they were actually drinking and said yeah they probably were be not unconscious but they were pretty drunk acer nificant portion of the the people were pretty drunk were yaginuma or not talking about it having a beer we're talking about one hundred twenty pound woman if she said three to five drinks within uh uh a two hours affects you differently than if your two hundred pound man may maybe you're not passed out but you you might not remember a thing about and what you did while you were dry and if the men have are having seven to eleven drinks are the woman worth three to sex and then were seven to eleven uh drinks at that particular point your pretty hammered after a couple of hours in because we're talking about one city and the vast majority them are not in a bar they're not a paper because they're drinking illegally so yeah the edward which which by the way was a solid point made for those that are under21 what what happens at a bar you know it's it's measured by the bartender you're kind of monitoring it yourself by how how many you pay for when you're not when you're not in that in that's you know somewhat structured environment and you because you're under aids your hiding it you're pretty much you're pouring your own and who who knows how much you're drinking.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KGO 810

"I dunno their term dental ever heard that oh i don't drink now that is someone's housing that to me well look i drink wine allegedly if i have a role that if i have anything to drink i don't drive period i don't want to have to worry about that the ii develop that ruled if i i like i will drive at all i won it was when i wrote motorcycles because you can't be impaired at all to survive a motorcycle it's like you are just totally if you drink even one in ride you motorcycle you are really stupid but point five for somebody dave i think that's like two drinks for your sizes now i don't know care i but 05 is like one drink period hundred and fifty pound man would be over the point five limit after two beers a one hundred twenty pound woman would be over the point five limit with one drink so that's what they're talking about laura i mean i fly i think it's a great idea there's there's no reason drink and driving more again in the old days when you had to call the taxi and hope to god they would pick you up before you freeze death get mugged murdered dragged off disappear what have you know what i'm saying yeah there's no excuse anywhere there's obervers left there's there's way too many ways to get home there's no reason for what what's i saw another new one recently what's the other new app besides uber and left jiang yeah i don't know why use sometimes when i go to yorke's curb which is like the taxi like version of and then i saw that the taxi drivers themselves created a new app or the uber drivers into they didn't have to give their cut to mubarak along interesting yeah i'm trying to remember what that was i camera was calm i dunno so even cheaper the mujber now i don't know if it's cheaper but the drivers keep more of the money okay android that good yeah well headbutt doesn't go to a sexually harassing who euroculture yeah in silicon valley brokaw culture um all right said the panel also recommended that state significantly increase alcohol taxes uh uh and make alcohol less conveniently available.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on KGO 810

"I don't know the term dental ever heard that oh i don't drink now that is someone's nothing that to me well look i drink withing leaves if i have a role that if i have anything to drink i don't drive period i don't want to have to worry about that lifers develop that ruled if i i like i will drive at all i want it was when i road motorcycles because you can't be impaired at all to survive you know what i mean a motorcycle it's like you are just totally if you drink even one and ride you motorcycle you are really stupid but point five for somebody dave i think that's like two drinks for your sizes now i don't know care i but 05 is like one drink period hundred and fifty pound man would be over the five limit after two beers a one hundred twenty pound woman would be over the point five limit with one drink so that's what they're talking about laura i mean i think that's why i think it's a great idea there's there's no reason drinkdriving more again in the old days when you had to call the taxi and hope to god they would pick yet before you freeze earth get mugged murdered dragged off disappear what have you know what i'm saying yeah there's no excuse anywhere there's obervers left there's there's way too many ways to get home there's no reason for what what's i saw another new one recently what's the other new app besides uber and left jiang yeah i don't know why use sometimes when i go to new york i used curb which is like the taxi like version of and then i saw that the taxi drivers themselves created a new app or the uber drivers into they didn't have to give their cut to mubarak along interesting yeah i'm trying to remember what that was i can't remember was called i dunno is even cheaper than over now i don't know if it's cheaper but the drivers keep more of the money okay under is that good yeah well headbutt doesn't go to a sexually harassing who euroculture ran silicon valley broke culture um all right said the panel also recommended that state significantly increase alcohol taxes.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on 1A

"It's got an haddenham like a snake as god inc like an old fashioned pen and it can taste with its skin i mean wow and a one hundred twenty pound art pushkin squeezed through a hole through a pipe no whiter than in orange come alto average absolutely and there their tales of escaping octopus is are fantastic i mean every aquarium we'll have tales of the octopus that got out when the lid of the aquarium which left jar then got in to the tank next to it eight the inhabitants and many of the stories insist the octopus then found his way back to his tank and when questioned the next day said he knew nothing about the missing files next door we'll continue our conversation in just a moment stay close make up first a mainstay of your morning routine ten minutes in you get more than just headlines you get fresh perspectives an insight to start the day it's the short but not too short morning news podcast from npr listened up first on the npr one up and wherever you get your podcasts we're learning more about the octopus this hour how they think but also how they feel and now they form relationships my guess r kelly voss she's a doctoral student at see santa cruz and the department of ecology and evolutionary biology and science writer done a staff and author sei montgomery an and kelly i will talk a little bit about about the maybe the not so cute and charming side of the octopus the octopus as a hunter they can be they can be pretty deadly cannot laura.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"At the way purple westerberg disgreement we play bastards of young on the way and welcome back to the program i'm braving myself and vicks makeover actually generic target brand maple rupp during the break did in the hopes of making my voice sound even more so true than it already is it lucky this is radio and not smellavision all right so we're talking about the alabama race and are not going to spend a lot of time on this because i know most people are really sick of here you've i'd never heard about so many races there were a lot of special there are a lot of special elections all the time congress people die they they get indicted they resign they retire they have health issues whatever and their special elections held to replace them fairly regularly it's not on and yet this year because donald trump is president we've heard about every single one of them might remember these special election in montana as if that were ever in doubt in montana and a elf wave this could be a huge blow to president donald trump and it wasn't and now i bet you could name anybody who is involved in that race in montana uh or really anything except for maybe that little loved one hundred twenty pound beta male reporter who got slammed quote unquote to the ground other than that you don't remember anything about the special election in montana because it's irrelevant to your life were dealing with a special election the senate there is something up for grabs republicans would still have majority of doug jones wins or roy more loses and.

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"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"There was i guess it was a reporter i don't think it was a meteorologist or a weather person standing in the middle of water that was about to his getting close to be an up to his knees i think it was in miami 100 and 45 mile per hour winds why do they do that the coup bid i i feel like okay yesterday me joaquin is coverage from my home and can yeah you would have thought i was watching the nfl game i was screaming at we are i i are nothing don't go outside craven dangerous you should be evacuated you should be bringing way but here no one hundred twenty pound reporter getting blown away yeah i mean i got you know the weather channel they had another kept i'm saying well we're not we're wearing our helmet but there are a lot of other news organizations that then electric train people down there oh we have a person and you're right right and people down there in harm's way and we are is you know a reality tv ad yep worrell feel people wanna fear your might we're going to people wonder if you up until you accidentally few somebody in pale exactly why across it rave i was right there good may know what i was i was talking about it with our other i you know he's in the morning ashley we're both talked about how ludicrous gotten people talked about eight years ago when we had multiple land following hurricanes right around one katrina mcafee's other never couple years there had artists the people you know look at might counteract this is crazy like david than everybody down there and i i know come on the phone and pay no well i'm showing you what like you don't hackett yeah but then there are people who go well they're doing well and that's another thing too i mean when people that have been told the leave see isn't that something that's gonna make them say a heck with it if the if the weather burst through the reporter can take it i could take it to exactly and you're going to get people who made mistakes and people.

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