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"one pint" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"Well, Tyler here we are in our thirties, isn't or both homeowners, and I would like to just really say how much it means to me that when you walked in my house, you appreciated, the Fritsch will. Of course it was guys. I haven't, I haven't told them about the fridge animal. I'm just jealous of your eyes machine because my fridge the ice. Maker is broken. And so now I have to buy ice in a bag and I put it in the freezer, and it's like I'm embarrassing people are trying to like make ice with my and I'm like oh, that's broken right now. But it's been broken for two years. So I'm like I can't say it's been it's broken right now. It's like it's been come ownership is like you have to take responsibility for the shit that goes wrong in, like actually do something, and I am not doing any of those can ease into it. I will tell you a fun fact about fridges and then a promise we're going to stop talking about for guys. But Hello now we're not thirties a fridge the ice machine on the fridge is the number one thing to break. And the reason why is because if you're ice machine is connected to your freezer, unit every time you're opening and shutting the freezer door a little bit of heat. Enters your fridge. So a little bit of moisture enters, which is a little bit of water so Refrees in places the break your ice machine. So if you wanna get a fridge, which has an ice machine that doesn't break, you have to get it separate from your freezer. Some accents does. I mean, I opened my freezer lot because you know have a handler top of ice cream problem in. So I what I do is. I don't commit to one pint of ice cream I get one out. I sit down have some well, but I keep the door open until it buzzes in. That's my personal. Primer is machine shirt. It's my personal time for me to push the button to stop the beeping switch out to a new flavor. So tell at might be so that's probably. So you're free. You wanna fridge that allows you to have portion control. Well, this does kinda does when you worth breaking the ice maker. It does it when you were what has your fridge is a great conversationalist, because it knows how to break the ice third. Thank you. That was at a growing up was your house said, no shoes house. It was on house yet. Okay. That's how I know you grew up in chaos. I know a lot of the that's the real indicate I didn't I didn't start taking my shoes off until I went and lived in Japan. And then I was like, oh, this is great. I love what are you guys know, she's has we were no shoes. How you had so many brothers and sisters young had to be a no shoes house because there was no shoes house. But look, it doesn't make sense because it's like there was garbage everywhere. My look all dog hair everywhere. It's like it didn't.
"one pint" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Here is the Paul finebaum show. Our one pint cash get afternoon. Welcome back to welcome back to the show. Tony Barnhart city and her yesterday we were up in New York. We'll talk a little bit about that later on. But great to be here and great to be back in studio and a lot going on today and we're going to get right to some of the headlines Gators freshman db Chris deal top players in the country. He has taken his services to Oregon big launch for, or is it big loss, for Dan Mullen lot of the momentum seems to have subsided. We'll follow that story throughout the day. Big news and CWA, discussing possible compensation for using likeness of athletes. I wonder why they're doing that. Always makes me nervous when the NCW does something intelligent, and the Georgia. Board of regents makes it official dilly field in Sanford stadium, and we will talk to the honoree. Today. Glad to be here and men right here in the smack in the middle of may. Glad you're with us. We will get to your phone calls too. But before we do that. Let's tell you what we have going on in west Rucker. When is big orange country, going to start winning again? We have the answer. Vince Dooley on the honor. Can't wait talk to. That's in Andy Staples on a number of issues. Including what's wrong at Florida seemed like yesterday was all about what's right at Florida, your phone calls, of course at eight five five two four two seven two eight five, eight five five two four to seven to eight. We had a little fun today. The guys here put a tweet out under the show, heading asking the question talking about the NBA lab. I was in New York yesterday when they lost zayante and all throughout Manhattan. There was definitely a Paul. In addition to a cold steady rain, so with the NBA lottery, in the books and the hard luck Knicks missing out on the number one pick we figured, we would spin it. CFP C B, who's the college football version of the New York north Knicks in why already some interesting reaction, Jason gay from columnist. From Wall Street Journal said Michigan, just Stewart Mandel has respond to always good. When big time writers respond Mandel has responded in two words..
What Happens to Donated Blood?
"Jerry Lewis v. Wave seditious incur Kobe also Amy wine-house, Johnny cash and more disgrace them rock and roll true crime podcast stories about musicians getting away with murder behaving. Very badly is available now posted by me. Jake Brennan, you can listen to disgrace. Then the I heart radio app apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here. This episode talks about blood donation. So if that's the kind of thing that makes you go on and skip it, okay? Every two seconds in the United States someone somewhere needs a blood transfusion. And let's face it. Money of us. Don't consider giving blood until there's a major disaster where donations are needed. But just one donation has the potential to save up to three lives. On average. When you donate blood, you provide about one pint that's about half liter of whole blood, which is called a unit of blood and for reference that's about sixteen ounces or the size of a large coffee. But in the US alone. There's a need for almost thirty six thousand units of blood every day. So it's excellent for those who can donate to do. So, but have you ever wondered what actually happens after your blood is drawn for donation where does it go, and how is the process tracked for safety and security? We'll break it down step one is collection. When you donate blood. It's collected a special bag, and luckily, if you test tubes that were developed with an antiquated prevent the blood from clotting each bag and test tube is assigned the same unique ID number to ensure that the collected blood can be properly tracked in eventually labeled then the blood is placed on ice before it sent to the lab for testing. Next the bags and test. Tubes of blood are packaged in boxes specially made to keep blood at the right temperature until it can reach laboratories for step to processing the test tube. Samples are sent off to the lab for testing to be sure the blood is safe and to determine the blood type in the US, the FDA regulates blood testing collection and blood components through center for biologics evaluation and research while that blood is being tested, a blood processing center, verifies receipt of the whole blood sort of like tracking package from post office through delivery. The bloods, ideas checked in at every step of the way. Next, the units of whole blood or separated into specific components. The separation process, which is called component therapy is accomplished by spinning the blood and a centrifuge the heavy red cells fall to the bottom and the blood is divided into trance fusible components red cells platelets and plasma the plasma might even be processed further. For instance, plasma can be separated into crow precipitate called crow for short, which helps control the risk of bleeding by helping blood clot. The red blood cells plasma and platelets are then heat sealed in bags to ensure they remain sterile and the components are stored while they wait for their test results plasma in cryan contain proteins that are pretty stable. So they can be frozen for up to a year negative twenty seven degrees Fahrenheit, that's negative thirty three celsius. Red cells are more delicate and have to be refrigerated, but can be kept for up to forty two days as long as they're held at forty two degrees Fahrenheit that six degrees celsius platelets must be used within five days and are stored at room temperature in agitators that rock them back and forth until they're transfused into a patient. Through all of this. The blood processing center is still tracking the donation including manufacturing data. What centrifuge was used to separate the blood? And what time the work was performed once they get an okay on the blood tests from the lab, the components are ready to be deployed they print labels with information, including the blood type and expiration dates, which they then affixed to the bags if the blood is deemed unsafe during the testing, it's tagged with discard labeled complete the tracking cycle when a hospital or treatment center places in order for blood or plasma components are shipped off in temperature safe boxes when they arrived, the medical staff, double checks them for safety. And finally, they're ready to be transfused into the patient who needs them the entire donation to shipping process can take up to three days, which doesn't seem like a long time. In till there's a major disaster or blood shortage. The American Red Cross says blood supply usually keep up with demand because only about three percent of people eligible to donate actually do. That's why it's such a boon to donate if you can especially if you're a universal donor with type O-negative blood. This can be transfused into any patient with any blood type the American Red Cross estimates about forty five percent of people in the US have typo blood. But the overwhelming majority of those people are positive, which is lucky for them because it means that donated components are more likely to match their common type. But it also means that just seven percent of people are type O-negative that universal donor. This episode was written by Shelley dancy and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media and housed of works for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. 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"one pint" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"I wrote all of that here. It'd be having drinks at a bar. They're having up and their workmates, not coworkers. That's right. I'm in England when one of them. This dude named Kelly. He starts drunkenly bragging, he has a big mouth charge genuinely bragging, his coworkers that how he had been paid two hundred pounds by one of their co workers to impersonate him and give bloods in his place. Oh, no good old Kelly. You can't keep his fucking mouth Shelly Kelly bragging Bragg Bragg. God bless you. And then at the same time. Yeah. You're the one pint and he won't shut his fucking mouth. You have to pick better than Kelly when you're going to get somebody that's going to have a big dark secrets right by by Kelly, baggage ships, whatever and he'll talk. Okay. Kelly explains drunkenly does friends that the co worker that they all knew had asked for this favor heat Kelly said that he told him that he had already taken this guy had already taken the test for someone else. How to conviction for indecent exposure when he was younger? So now Kelly needed to take it for him. It wasn't. You know what I mean? It's not it wasn't his fault. He's caught up in this insane. It's a circle fraud link. Exactly. That's right. So the co so this worker had doctored his passport like cut out his little picture and put in picture Kelly stupid face and then driven into the test center and waited outside while Kelly gave his blood sample in his place. It worked out like carpool. Mom, just wait. It out there and run right back outside. Don't dilly dally Kelly when you're in there don't go talking about football, right? That's still be like soccer. Yes. Exactly. Luckily, there's a fucking nosy woman at the bar. Yeah. Girl who fucking over. Here's all of this. Yes. And it's like, wait a minute. This is insane. And tells the police about it. Yes, she does. She does highly is promptly arrested by the end of the day. This fucking coworker is also in custody who's a co worker twenty five year old Colin pitchfork. No, that's his name. Okay. He is married to a social worker who had no fucking clue they have two young sons together he had worked at hampshires bakery for over a decade. And here's what it said. The articles despite his habit of constantly hitting on female employees. According to his boss. He was a good worker and had a special talent artistic cake decorations. I mean, so don't fire him. Yeah. Soon. Hopefully, hopefully in the next five years, people will begin to integrate the. Idea that hitting on women constantly coats using your word constantly constantly at work shows. Sign of that. You're not a good guy. There's an impulse control issues. Maybe there's other boundaries us just. Yeah. Europe Crete just creep creep issue. Yeah. He, but also, you know, he had a previous conviction for indecent exposure. He's was the indecent after he was claiming exactly becoming four he was picked up and after reading him his rights the detective asked why Dawson Ashworth and Colin pitchfork, shrugged and replied opportunity. She was there. And I was there. He's just a fucking monster yet, then he gave a detailed he believed in DNA evidence to so he wasn't even going to try to fuck can say wasn't him. Right. He gives detailed a detailed confession to both murders and two other sexual assaults that he had done. He told police that when he raped and killed Linda man, our first victim his car had been parked nearby and his baby son had been asleep in the back of it. Holy shit. That's right. And then night after and the night of dawn's killing that night. He returned home to his. Return to his home in the village of little Thorpe and baked cake. Yeah. Syncing? Syncing immediately. I'm thinking of Paul Hollywood in the great American the great British baking show. Have you watched it? We've talked about how I'm I'm so obsessed with it yet. It's well that comes in actually that comes into play. And I'm just saying how his sponge what that night was it affected by his terrible terrible crimes humanity. Or was he able to get a nice bake twos. I don't know..
"one pint" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Story. I want to tell you about his Turkey and stuffing is just two of the holiday favorites. Do you have a favorite thanksgiving food guard? Yes, what jellied cranberry sauce the out of the camp you ever have a fresh. I have I don't like as much much prefer the jellied. I don't know why have you heard of salt and straw? No. It's an ice cream company on the west coast, and they do interesting things with their flavors like at Halloween flavors made out of pig's blood and crickets, you know, that kind of stuff. Well, the just rolled out there thanksgiving flavors, and they aren't quite as extremists a Halloween ones. But they're still not like normal ice cream. The flavors are. Salted. Caramel thanksgiving Turkey, Turkey, fat and skin mixed in. Sweet potato casserole maple pecans roasted cranberry sauce sorbet you'd probably like that one maybe roasted peach and sage corn bread, stuffing and spiced goat's cheese and pumpkin pie. Now few these rerun from thanksgiving pack last year, but the corn bread stuffing cranberry sauce, a brand new. But now comes the price to get one pint of each ship to you one pint of each ship to you it's going to run your sixty five bucks, plus another fifty or sixty for the shipping because after you special shipping for the ice cream. So doesn't get to you. But if you serve them for thanksgiving instead of cooking, maybe actually saved buddy. I don't know if that's a good thing or thing. I mean think about it. I don't know that I want to think about it anymore. Here's something to think about it. I think I asked you to spend on number. What you told me your prime member Amazon. You have to think about well. I'm not gonna say why? Are you hiding something from your wife? No, I'm not. I'm just not sure if. All right. I'm gonna say something in trouble. No, no. No. No. No, no, it's fine. Are you on somebody else's account? I'm not saying word Garrick. What's the deal? I'm not saying or why would you say it's not like, I'm asking you who you voted for just curious to know if your record, and it is out there to the public. And I'm not saying we got seven people listening to this show. Right. One of them might be in Arizona employee. I don't know. Did you steal something? Now. Did you get an illegal membership? I'm not mentioning anything you tell me how to do that. I mean, if that's what it is. I want to. No, no, no. I'm not going to do it. It's like, what am I gonna do? It. Don't tease me like this. I mean. Because man, I don't wanna get in trouble for things you won't get trouble. You don't know. I do know we won't get I'll I'll support you. You won't get in trouble. I got good lawyers. Go for it. I don't have a product countless off. Okay. So what does that say? I don't have a rhyme account. We told me off the air. Maybe. Well, here's the thing. That bothers me I pay just raised the rate.
"one pint" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Two three new home for hip hop. And the most drinking Wayne is coming up at nine twenty seventeen to hang out with us may up in the sky. Yeah. Man. It's a bird. It's a plane. What the hell is that may eight man now when you? He's cooking bacon right now. Are you go check on it before you start talking? All righty now. Louis did you see it? Yes. I did. See it already. Yeah. I didn't get a heads up until we saw something on me. Yeah. And when I went out there and also because I watch it you're gonna south in house, packing bags and everything. I was like dude, I gotta get outta here. I must have look like an idiot because the one thing that did said was like go outside, and you're gonna see something, and you're gonna hear something some like, what am I gonna hear like alien what it was like. Cosmic. Oh, like noise or something for cosmic annoys, noise, man. I don't know what it was right. Right. I didn't hear cosmic road noise. Man is already. Now, the whole tesla Elon Musk whatever it may be space space x in the air. Give me more of a heads up. What I'm saying? Now rockets dead now, maybe there's a, you know. Because I was saying that she saw something like that morning. You know, I missed it. But that should have been because people got nervous actually the being all over. I think it's because it's this like SpaceX is this private space company that is trying to like get other humans up to space quicker without having to be like NASA, like it's all part of the government. He got enough money to take out an ad. When you met the guy. I don't know what I was looking at. But it looked like bubbles and clouds. If you're gonna holler. Marble's movie. Coming in fell from the sky know, if your side one pint like look like from the, but like a little bell and looks like fire in the sky because my parents like run outside Iran outside I really had any I was like changing negative. Careful. She asked what they want that. That's exactly what the martians one. We all run outside naked.
"one pint" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Can get pretty dumb close to it. My new four could uses just one pint of trash grow year, thanks to the goal of euro that we were able to reduce it as much as we have. If euro is not the goal in a wage reduction. Then what would it be? Would it be almost always a little bit less waste comedian moist? No, if you have euro in your head than it really helps you to push things field. Oh, okay. So you can't have absolutely zero waste, but you can fit your annual trash into a pint size jar or at least Johnson Cam. So now, you're probably wondering how is that possible to eliminate trust? From your household all you need. Mm to do. A follow my methodology of five rolls. The filth raw is to refuse. What we do not need to simply limb to say, no the second rule is to reduce what we do actually need. So that means going through a process the third release to reuse, and that means swapping disposable, call reusable and buying secondhand. If we need to buy something to Foxborough is to recycle but recycle on the what we cannot refuse reduce overuse. And finally each rut, which is composing the rest and these five rules to be applied in order. The audio that will make fund in reducing or eliminating trash at home. The more you refuse to let you have to reduce the more. You would use the left you'll have to reuse. But we find plastic everywhere in our daily lives. In fact, said. Says eighty nine percent of the plastic waste. We export is used in food packaging, and that means a zero waster shops a little differently than most people. We bring coats. Jal for anything wet like meat fish daily cheese that we present at the counter to slighted straight into the jar. And if you've dug the pair, which is the weight of the job from the total price, of course, will not paying for the weight of the jaw, but we also growing cloth bags for anything dry like flower, hog sugar, Curiel and will buy food insecure health food store or a grocery store that awful bulk. I know bulk selection, and we also bring big bang for bread. And it's actually a no pillowcase, and we bring mash bags for produce. So.
"one pint" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Cried passion, then pageantry of college football leaves here the Paul finebaum show our one pint cast, South Carolina. What do you say. Paul, we are doing great. Thank you before I'm getting into lock to bet everybody know we got free answer. They've losing their houses and stuff with floods and the hurricane, all that stuff. And it is bad that he really. Glad you brought a lot of people I, I was up east this weekend. I hope everything went well. I know you live down there in the flood. I say, listen, we great, but and there's a sense it's over, but I was reading a story earlier. It's getting worse, isn't it? It just it really is the the flood is unbelievable. Connolly comedies underwater. They're You just. just. Got friendly that they came back, get that they see face to the houses. They kick get back to them. They're all flooded. It's just say a situation with everything perspective. But the point now it really does because and it same thing happened. The point Rico, the same thing happened. It's over his, not in the news anymore, and people just act like it's, it doesn't matter. But I know it does. Any back help. Just come down here up. This is bad. It really is. You know, we're lucky we, we have no Dame or anything. You know pretty high gnome what doesn't face anyway. It's a bad situation. So what are called about those businessmen? I a couple of weeks ago, bad base nail, you know? And if he was on the power five team, whatever he would be a method, the Heisman. And watch the game Saturday night and. Everybody talks about the defense defense Kentucky's office line is unbelievable. I'm, they there that all young, but that. They are really good. Of course, they're, they're just physical as you can be. They are not going to be Georgia. Obviously, nobody's going to be Alabama, Georgia, probably SEC, you know, but in the late yet, but they can have a hell of year. They really are really are, you know, and this nail kids. Unbelievable. He really is. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. What's the interview with them either? Well, listen, I hope hope things get better where you are really good to hear from you, Aaron in Columbia, Missouri, Aaron, welcome to the program. Air you there. About no, errand Dominic is up next. What do you say Dominic how you doing Paul row Tyrol I'm calling in Paul and the sad part about it for the universe. All these teams talking about, they won't Alabama specially hosts each out of Maimi of fit last week when he said it would be a much better game. But the sad part about it is Paul to a having played a whole complete game yet, and I don't. I wish that kill me with game. You think you see to compete game the of it. I don't think he's gonna play. A complete game into Alabama is tested in the fourth quarter, which I think the next time that will happen will be November. Third in Baton Rouge. And another thing you know, my brother and my cousin play that university out a lot of the Alabama fans, meaning appreciate, Jalen hurts. You know, thank you. Appreciate the endorsement three hours ago, Benny snow later on to listening to Paul finebaum show podcast..
"one pint" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Think these products are all bogus so i hope that they send me a shipping label if not i don't know i've got a friend of mine who's working a home show here in a couple of weeks i'm going to give them to him to give away at the home show if they don't want the stuff back here just take it it's all yours have it enjoy it that that type thing i would ship it off to you people but it's going to be too expensive to ship its water liquid might it might leak and i don't like to ship liquids otherwise i would give it away to all of you people but it but it's it's nothing that i'm going to deal with that is for sure but now let's talk if we can about micronutrients implants because micronutrients are very important to plants and we forget about that we forget about that a lot now micro nutrients are not only important to plants but they're also important to us we take byner micro nutrients i took a when i was sick i took a micronutrient product this is almost five years ago when i got out of the hospital and i was trying to recover i took a micronutrient product that is sold by multi level company and i hate to name it is expensive but i gotta tell you i was just delighted and i've mentioned the name before and i was just delighted it's powder you mix it with water it's beyond tangy tangerine is what the stuff is and it is all minor elements just lots and lots of really concentrated minor elements and when i came home from the hospital i was very very weak now everything i'm telling you is totally anecdotal so put no thought about it but i took you know a jar of this stuff and i took it every day and i got stronger every day of course understand that was also getting physical therapy and i was you know i was doing a bunch of stuff but i felt very very good about this that i got to tell you about once a year or so or twice a year i will buy a can of this stuff and it's not cheap it's like sixty bucks i will buy this and i'll start taking it again and if i'm starting to feel sluggish and i'll take it and i'll feel better and it's all minor elements plants need minor elements as well that's why i always tell you when you are looking for a plant food you know you got your three main nutrients your nitrogen phosphorus potassium you've got all of those things but i always tell people look for that statement of secondary nutrients or better yet find a minor element product and use that all by itself i used to buy a product it's no longer made it was called minor l it was manufactured by guy by the name of fran atty he sold the company and the i guess he sold it to scott and scott stopped making it and they just you know they just totally stop making it and i'm looking on google right now for a minor element product but if you can find a good minor element product and i've even found one that i like now it's made by southern egg let me pop over here in type it into google and there it is southern egg key lated general purpose minor element nutritionals spray sixteen ounces one pint on amazon it's fifteen dollars ninety nine cents i would apply that if you have plants that are turning yellow that are you know they just don't look quite right minor elements i put them on croton zai put him on anything when you add them to any plant that's variegated for instance you'll see a real pop in the color so you want trace elements minor elements at least once or twice a year for your plans and for you to it's just that good you're listening.
"one pint" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"one pint" Discussed on Mixergy
"Yeah absolutely so without getting into too much because there were a lot of the still confidential during the big release on it nip but working with for example a major ice cream company one of the biggest in the world where today if you think about ice cream it comes in one pint containers and it's basically a paper with some landman inside and it's very unexciting package and when you buy it at say albertson's supermarket you might you enjoy the ice cream and that at the end it's your property and you have to throw it out it's not recyclable into new ice cream container we invented with this company he is incredibly durable you can't break it it's it's like just built from beautiful materials like stainless steel high strength polycarbonate really really strong even keeps your ice cream frozen for seven hours after you remove it from the freezers you can take it on the go which actually pretty big upgrade for and when you purchase it say at albertsons or or some other major retailer you pay the same for that ice cream in it's really famous brand and the difference is you put a deposit against the package we send you the package now if you lose the package you lose your deposit but if you send it back and we'd take it back and clean it then you get your deposit back and that iceland package always remains property of this ice cream company and never becomes wasting in the process allows you to have a significantly better experience and we're doing this not just with ice cream but but a thousand major products from diapers to toothpastes to orange juice you name it all with the world's biggest brands what you'll be able to shop at your favorite retailers and levana upgraded lifestyle without spending more and having the idea of ways completely eliminated doesn't even and i could see the benefit to accompany that if you're an ice cream maker the next time someone comes into the store to buy ice cream from albertsons they're all the same but if i have the bucket from the previous ice cream.
"one pint" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Preah drop prestamped carts so you just to go stamp on it for the appropriate amount he just fill it on pop it in the mail now paul from washington spotty right quoted by the great cool send a right to bar and you could put in any one of an and the the whole point is it would be an individual message right so be an individual handwriting in individual probably pen but it might be even a pencil or or or some kind of other marker but each message will be individualised rights of some of them will say we're totally behind your this will say you're waking up this nation rights in that way it's not some massproduced you know machine generated you know mass marketing campaign it's a genuine from the heart flood of postcards paul from washington suggested that last week i thought was greater that still leaves a great idea the problem is i get sidetracked with ninety three other things i couldn't get behind it as organized effort paul said he was calling other shows to do and i was hoping somebody else would grab hold of this thing let me ask you this joe what is the address at school i am rhetoric but i wouldn't want to put it out of fear that it might be a there is somewhat like fifty two or one pint sri or why are we get uh why we crowd source this one why we crowd sources one let's get everybody the look it up and maybe we can get an a consensus on the what the addresses and if people can send nipples guard that work for you wanna nord i win wait a second can cannot starts balanace 59 owen title iii island roll park lynn i thirty three old seven sick is as important part lin all seven six thirty three o seven six nsa's res daily florida i'd so it's it's fifty nine o one pine p i any island yes you don't sound all that confident with the highest i would road pine island road and that is mark parkland florida thirty three of seven i hope you're right joe i hope you're right let's fight back akg the check that out delegates at address a jo i guarantee you we're going to check it out believe me joe thanks very much for the call evening and if you're on hold your street ahead it's one eighty three to one six thousand one one triple eight three two one.
"one pint" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Eight eight nine eight eight that's g o o d five five two eight eight nine eight eight will we all know as we talked about this a very mild winter so far has been a tough going for the mexico's ski industry but a special event the third annual bruschi coming up later this month at ski santa fe in joining us here to talk about of jessica and stephen guys thanks for coming in this one hey doing today great things for having us tell us about bruschi and everything that's going on that day all right february 24th at an eighteen dollar entry you're getting necessarily pint three tastes and one pint of beer silly pints are awesome they are so combined glasses so you can go to the bruschi have a couple of beers put it in your pocket take a couple of runs come back to get event absolutely no with the uh with the the snow situation this year the for the euro's runs that are open how is skiing right now honestly it's absolutely great eight the grooming crew to a great draw this keeping the runs looking great every morning and the snow is riding just as good as ever honestly a multi half the game we have actually a price to give away right now to tickets to the bruschi of them on february twenty four and then there are also going to give you a pair of ski passes uh so you can ski upinsky santa fe so we'll take the seven caller on that a two four three thirty three thirty three what else goes on there with bruschi in terms of food and entertainment and all that we have live music by saw foundation it's going to be from eleven to three music nbc we have seven berries coming here we go got three seven seven canteen boxing bear likud embrace second street santa fe brewing and broken trail old bringing at bir now as well as saida and some prematch cocktails and unfamiliar with some of those yeah you can get the health guys thanks for coming in and have fun with bruschi again it's february 24th up a ski santa fe you can get more information on their websites de santa fe a dot com one final look at traffic on this wednesday morning eight 57 santa cruz.
"one pint" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Let's say that it a case that were matters you know the baby there's a tie and they have to they have to kick or they have to do the pa pat it doesn't matter if there's time of ten o'clock so they just applied across the board anyway a lot of the saints were already in the locker room as you can imagine because us bank stadium had gone nuts and it was clear that they had lost after two von digs got on the sidelines and so there was this mad rockets on the field and the states had to have some of the guys come out of the locker room to at least pseudo lineup for a kick or in this case it was a kneel down so the state's fate is already sealed guys are already in the locker room and who comes out and i mentioned this before but thomas moore said who is the punter for new orleans who reportedly lee was kicking with a broken rib so he suffered the injury earlier in the game and he actually talked about how he couldn't breathe he was painting he was like really short shallower breath the entire first half his quote was he sounded like a dying dog so very first pint of the game against the vikings he made a tackle and then the it was reported the at a broken rib but whatever some kind of a rib injury despite that the fact that he sounds like a dine dog he comes out on the field again to light up for this this final play this final snap of the game and now vikings fans as a show of respect to toughest more stead are donating thousands of dollars to his that charity this is i mean this is ridiculous i appreciate that fans are giving i wish that we would all be giving all the time and that would just be persist thickly more ron but it's the new thread to it makes me laugh it's just the whole biggest so ludicrous.
"one pint" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Just the tip of the iceberg on we are now but that's the goal retired macedonia is so that we could actually bank our own tissue we can harvest our own cells young that are called stem cells gotcha knack in our country was above those were during the break room talk about them with the stem cells the her she is is really around where those stem cells derived from are they feel you are the from their adult you are conferencing where i will go is only adult to right consenting adults us right either from their fast house where there's a lot of us have extra to get if four bowler marrow or bone marrow and also from our skin hamas can we learn about you know we we go quite often have folks from the blood bank thug about one pint of blood can save lives are being the different ways of it and that actually is probably the cutting edge of what it is but when you talk about if somebody who's the finger yeah of can we make another one i wish we could now we can't but that you know the technology that the understanding of it is there and the application hasn't we're looking at a simpler tissue in right now where there's maybe one or two cell types i can tendons earlier okay cornea of your eye replacing that or even just yell at exhaust that really is amazing and the whole effort with a more coming up at eight thirty time for 830 report no fake news here's the directed chazot side wanted to as good morning mike a helicopter pilot is unable to search for his friend who may have died pilot daniels speller says he was on the way to help with the search for the helicopter that crashed off a molecule young tuesday but it was forced to land due to a strange vibration speller landed at the white peo peninsula soccer complex and says he's thankful that no one got hurt he says he's not sure why the chopper's engine just died but he will search for his friend as soon as he figures it out a finalists to become the top cop in honolulu is defending himself over some questionable testimony retired federal agent thomas iu is being considered for the.
"one pint" Discussed on KELO
"That service in the state of south dakota ota it takes blood it takes blooded does that mean when we have that type of surgery it can be anywhere from twenty pints of blood two hundred pints allow depending upon the patient sure and and not to mention we have our ordinary ordinary a call at ordinary open heart surgeries which is not necessarily ordinary routine rabihia better yes routine maybe um but these are things that you know um all take blood products but when you donate one unit to blood one pint of blood you save up to three patients explain that because when you i hear that you may go ahead doesn't of one hundred one pint of blood one unit a blood save up to three people okay what what happens is when you're donating your just donating into one bag but when we get back to the hospital laboratories we separate the blood into platelets plasma and red blood cells and when that patient comes into the house hospital their the patients evaluated on what type of blood product they might need they may not need all three blood types are all three products they might just need platelets melodic cancer patients that's all they need right they just need that transfusion of platelets on a regular basis so when you donate one pint of blood you're not just saving one life you're saving up to three patient's lives and and then i also think about the impact around that surrounding that patient the patient's family and friends and what you're doing to those people surrounding that patient my gosh to their quality away i can't i've been around france who had received transfusions and the difference between before and after and the amine i can't express the difference you see and it just it meant a lot to me because of a my friend is feeling better hidings are gone good i that's excite adding to see that see that was my grandmother and body she was growing older her body was in producing the blood she needed any longer analyst transfusions gave us a lot of extratime with her that we would otherwise head and you're right irritation gotta transfusion she was oliver right here in yourself again yep yep a lot of extra months with her that we would not of.
"one pint" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Doesn't really do much i think that is really important to educate people because let we're talking before we went on air about fat people hate the reddit super controversial sub read it that was like number one on read a for a long time now for a long time i was on the front page and read it shut it down for being a hate a hates read it but i have like mixed feelings said because on one hand people need to understand that people of a certain size have him have a a eating disorder rape it's not just like oh i'm lazy and i don't care and i just eat because i'm fat like i think most people have a certain size are painfully aware right of an unhappy with their way and like you have to be compassionate understand that the part the rub me wrong about fat people hate with the thing that i identified and thought was funny about that people aitfrah was like the fat people fallacies right yeah they're lie as yeah we're the like i don't know why in fat i i only had one pint of ice cream this morning and that's our leg this shits that so bread it does still exist and i still subscribe today fat people logic of benefit right outlive predecessor in hollywood is that's kind of therapy to me i read that all the time and i'm like oh i have thought oh wow i never realised that's you know sometimes it's the against sometimes it's just completely like a no one's ever actually thought that way but it's funny to pretend that we do rego barros roise a little bit of myself in that as their view but i think like what you said i education is low promptly like yeah we lose mom their her family's not fat people at all by any means but she show like deep frie.
"one pint" Discussed on I'm No Expert
"Why not light strawberry flavoring okay i don't get that and i don't either now and again strawberry even if even i've read that before and even if i'm the person mike who i'm going to look for the strawberry and do all the taste and things slip around swisher mouse nothing hm maybe this kokkonen observers get in there and overpowered the strawberry i mean cocoa and strawberry and chocolate an strawberry do go together they do but i don't hasten he strawberry and now not at all well and timmy stoute's have always been almost like a snack yeah because they are the very failing um the very rich usually um they are more the word that's kind of my head is molasses e but out okay with i mean but you know they're usually much thicker than let's say a session ideas but this one is so thin that it's much more voted i think a drinkable stout so that i don't know you just don't feel like you just have a small meal after one pint you there i mean there's a fi some stout subtle fake really really just need the viscosity is just rate up there so they're really thinking that sort of looking for not molasses michael eloquently fcc an there's something to be said for the fact that this does have a dark flavor i you know i think that's been some of the theme owner on our little beta podcasts sears that that we've had dark beers like most mostly dark beers yeah and i don't know if that's the byproduct of you know the fact that it will bit colder out in the dark beers are sprouting up a little bit more frequently but also there a little bit more inviting i guess is the word like if i'm going somewhere and they offer me like a like a pills ner in i just walked out of like twenty degree weather and then i have a chocolate milk stout that's also an option it's like acumen and take the talk among sound i need a warm up here it and i think there's also something to be said that it coincides with.