35 Burst results for "One Pound"

Williams throws 6 TD passes, No. 4 Oklahoma routs Texas Tech

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Williams throws 6 TD passes, No. 4 Oklahoma routs Texas Tech

"Caleb Williams threw for four hundred two yards and six touchdowns for number four Oklahoma in a fifty two twenty one pounding of Texas tech Williams passed for two hundred sixty eight yards and four TDS to four different receivers in the first half Marvin mims caught four passes for one hundred thirty five yards and two touchdowns and Merrill Williams had five receptions for one hundred yards and a score Oklahoma held Texas tech to three hundred seventy three yards of total offense and forced three turnovers head coach Lincoln Riley was pleased you complete performance all around offense defense special teams are huge contributions from everybody they're really love the week of preparation then I don't know Sooners extended the nation's longest current winning streak to seventeen games on the ferry

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Giant Pumpkin Contest-PUMPKIN INTRO and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Giant Pumpkin Contest-PUMPKIN INTRO and Wrap

"We have a winner in the forty eight Safeway World Championship pumpkin weigh off held in half moon bay California this is known as the super bowl of pumpkin weigh ox the winning pumpkin is really big one hundred ninety one pounds and that comes to nineteen thousand seven hundred and nine dollars yeah limpia Washington grew the big pumpkins I started the season April and was able pollinator mid June and other pop and took off what does it take to grow a huge huge pumpkin good soil practices again constantly nitrogen potassium and phosphorus and just good plant manager for the second year in a row the pumpkin weigh off was held without spectators because of pandemic restrictions I'm a Donahue

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The Good, Bad and Ugly From the Yankees-Mariners Series

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:33 min | 5 months ago

The Good, Bad and Ugly From the Yankees-Mariners Series

"The yankees did win. Two out of three from the mariners. And i've actually won three of their last. Which is weird. That doesn't feel true but it is the reason it doesn't feel true though is because one of the winds was seven innings long chattering closer came after world champion already blown a game like an hour and a half prior and then to the wins game in ten. Pm eastern games and the loss in the mariner series was the finale which aired at four pm eastern which everybody watched and went up yankee suck getting one hit in seven innings by a righty reliever who you know looking. Gilbert is good. Logan gilbert is good. He's good good rookie. He's got a lot of potential but he entered the game with a four. Ira you gotta get more than one. Head against logan gilbert so. That's our my expectations unreasonable. Now i don't think they are. They're also colored. By what i know about the new york yankees so i go into that game to go all right absolutely you know. Do they have to sweep this series when the series starts no but after you win the first two and the first one is a twelve one pounding and the second one your starter goes and inning. And it's nick nelson and somehow you're able to survive a five four victory. That should be the hard one like once you get the second one and it's impossible it's like okay now that we got that under our belts at one in the morning while most of yankees nation was asleep. Now we have that one under our belts. Let's go get the third one which is jordan. Montgomery who sort of steady this year. You can expect six innings. Three runs and sure enough. He gets into the seventh gives up just as reruns. Yeah you lose four. Nothing they get one hit offloading. Gilbert started major

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What You Need to Know Before Quitting Your Job to Start a Business

Becoming The InfluentialMe

01:55 min | 5 months ago

What You Need to Know Before Quitting Your Job to Start a Business

"I've always being on entrepreneur. I've always had an entrepreneurial mindset. So i tried lots of things along the way but in terms of the last time when i finally decided okay. I don't want to work time anymore. What were the things that i did in order for me to make that leap. Well the first thing i had to do was plan i had to plan a lot but it was underpinned by my very first tip slash idea and that is be realistic. So it's about setting yourself. Goal setting timelines setting deadlines and really understanding okay. How much money will i need. Because for the next two years of my life i might not have enough income How many how much savings will i need. When will i expect to make my first pound in a and how will i make that first parent. How would i turn that. I pound into ten. How would i turn the ten to one hundred. How would i turn the one hundred to one thousand sector out and a lot of times. We go into it thinking okay. I've got this great idea and people are going to flock team. Because i've got this amazing idea and it's a great business idea. Unfortunately for all of us life doesn't work that way let alone business so my first tip or the first thing i would say is make realistic ambitions save money. I cannot stress this enough at the beginning of any business. it is a lot of give and Very little take so. The first tip radius be realistic. Save as much as you can before you go into it and set yourself. Realistic targets deadlines. Around how long you think it will be for example or to give you an illustration depending on what business you're ran. Each business is different. Each business generates different levels of income. But if you are looking to create sustainable larger business for the first three years it is unlikely that you're going to make a significant amount of

Unpacking This Year's Sovereign Grant Report

The HeirPod

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Unpacking This Year's Sovereign Grant Report

"Just how much does the monarch receive and where does income come from now over here. The queen is given a single payment each year by the british government. That's called the sovereign grant this year. That number came in at a whopping eighty five point nine million pounds that is one hundred and nineteen point nine million dollars at the current going rates or the equivalent of one pound twenty nine. Oh one dollars. Eighty per person in the uk. Because i the reason. I include this. Statistic is the sovereign grand is made up of taxpayer contributions as well as surplus revenue from the crown estate. The crown estate being the portfolio of land owned by the monarch. This is something that dates back to. You think the seventeen hundreds. It's a sort of prophecy. Business owned by the queen is run independently but it includes areas in london such as regent street and very famous line of shops in central london. And the ascot racecourse which we know. The queen is a huge fan of so it kind of makes the queen. One of the biggest prophecy magnates in the country so fifteen to twenty five percent of the prophets from the crown estates goes back into the sovereign grant and is paid to the queen and not money will then fund the royal activities engagements duties for her majesty as well as paying for the upkeep of the occupied royal palaces that's buckingham palace james's palace kensington palace windsor castle and the royal mews enroll products at hampton

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Ever Wonder How the Queen Makes Her Money?

The HeirPod

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Ever Wonder How the Queen Makes Her Money?

"Just how much does the monarch receive and where does income come from now over here. The queen is given a single payment each year by the british government. That's called the sovereign grant this year. That number came in at a whopping eighty five point nine million pounds that is one hundred and nineteen point nine million dollars at the current going rates or the equivalent of one pound twenty nine. Oh one dollars. Eighty per person in the uk. Because i the reason. I include this. Statistic is the sovereign grand is made up of taxpayer contributions as well as surplus revenue from the crown estate. The crown estate being the portfolio of land owned by the monarch. This is something that dates back to. You think the seventeen hundreds. It's a sort of prophecy. Business owned by the queen is run independently but it includes areas in london such as regent street and very famous line of shops in central london. And the ascot racecourse which we know. The queen is a huge fan of so it kind of makes the queen. One of the biggest prophecy magnates in the country so fifteen to twenty five percent of the prophets from the crown estates goes back into the sovereign grant and is paid to the queen and not money will then fund the royal activities engagements duties for her majesty as well as paying for the upkeep of the occupied royal palaces that's buckingham palace james's palace kensington palace windsor castle and the royal mews enroll products at hampton court. Which as its name would suggest. As many of queen's

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Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

The Maria Liberati Show

02:43 min | 6 months ago

Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm

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Birth Care for Every Body

In The Thick

03:01 min | 7 months ago

Birth Care for Every Body

"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks

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The Million Dollar Baby

The Cost of Care

02:20 min | 7 months ago

The Million Dollar Baby

"I was twenty six weeks. And i had sadie. She was one pound. Six ounces at birth was not breathing on her own. She had a lot of complications when she was first born Within the first two days of her being born they said she had a fifty fifty chance of living because not only of her size but she was also bleeding in her lungs because they were super underdeveloped so she was hemmorhaging thankfully she pulled through that but she had to be intimated four different times within the first month of her life tummy. Learn a little bit. Just about the nick you well did. The environment look like how often unable to visit her so since she was born. I was still a patient myself for nine days. So i was in and out of going between the nick you in my room so we were able to be there and kind of constantly go back and forth and visit her so at least somebody was with her almost twenty four seven but i would say the first six weeks for her was probably her most trying times. It was when we went through the most difficulty. She had you know echocardiogram since she had laser eye surgery and she had you know all these complications in things going wrong in the other rooms. You're hearing one. Another baby is having difficulty or maybe needs to be intimated or something is going wrong. So you're hearing all that on top of all the alarms going off and bells so sadie loved to either. Go app nick where she would stop breathing or oxygen levels would go really low so you can. You're just watching the monitor and seeing like ding ding ding. And it's getting louder and louder and louder as levels go down along with sadie in the neck you. I think it was a hundred and five days so like three and a half months so we spent a few holidays in there. I literally can't imagine what would be going on in my head for one hundred. How survived one hundred and five days of that

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Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

03:41 min | 11 months ago

Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

"We know that the range on the long range version of the model s. has now increased to four hundred and twelve miles so previously and this is apn estimate previously four hundred to right before let's refresh so we only saw a ten mile increase. Which you know makes us think okay. Tussle didn't really change much in terms of the batteries there but they did note in the earnings report that they made changes to the batteries. Major changes to the modules yuan. They're still using those eighteen. Six fifty cells from panasonic But they have updated the chemistry or at least made some updates to the cell and battery architecture and general replaced those skateboard Visual image online. So it's it's definitely update in terms of the batteries but only see ten additional miles of range. Come out of that. I was pretty interesting especially when we look a little bit deeper and we noticed that the drag coefficient on the model s. has now been lowered from. I believe it was point two three before to now points two zero eight so that should definitely helped with the range. It's a pretty significant reduction in drag coefficient and then we've also seen them drop the weight so the wait for the long range model s now starts at four thousand five hundred sixty one pounds versus before. So i've got the way back machine pulled up here and this is from january twenty fourth. I'm not sure if you can see that. On the stream but from january twenty fourth the long range plus model s had a weight of forty eight hundred pounds so they've cut two hundred and fifty pounds out of the weight. They've reduced the drag coefficient so five percents rate reduction a significant reduction drake officiant and yet. We're only seeing ten more miles of range. This could be a trade off between tussles optimizing for in terms of energy versus power. Obviously the zero sixty on the stock in the long range right now has dropped from three point seven seconds before now down to three point one seconds so some of that could be impacting. The actual range that is happening from the epa tests. But if all else was held equal certainly expected a bigger range improvement from vizier. Point or the zero point two zero eight cd and the two hundred fifty pound weight reduction ver only ten miles only two percent more range two and a half percent more rain when they're cutting weight by five percent so we actually see a similar thing with the model x. As well flip over there so this current long range after refresh. We now have of starting weight and i think i think the drako fishing stay the same on the model x. but we starting wait Five thousand one hundred eighty five pounds on the model x. Verses here is again so this january twenty fifth so before the refresh. It was fifty four hundred thirty seven pounds so again similar. Two hundred and fifty pound reduction there almost five percent and only an actually in the case of the model x. We see arrange decrease so we had three hundred seventy one miles. Epa estimate before. And now we're at three hundred sixty so they only gained ten on the model last. They lost eleven on the model x. A to think that. I always this is pointing to me towards tesla potentially using less fewer batteries in the battery pack. Maybe that's not the case. Maybe these are software ltd but to cut that much weight to cut the drag officiant drako efficient and not gain more than ten miles of range. I think is pretty perplexing so dessel may have found a way to just you know they may have just said okay are target. Here's we're going to stay the same range. We're happy with these ranges and you know we think the customers are happy with these ranges. We're going to optimize for cost and just reduce the number of cells were putting in these new modules packs for the refresh That could have been an option or you know again. Maybe it's just that power versus energy exchange.

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Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon

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Deadly demons may be unleashed via Ouija board. COVID-19 pandemic is changing our dreams.  - burst 1

Weird AF News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Deadly demons may be unleashed via Ouija board. COVID-19 pandemic is changing our dreams. - burst 1

"A Paranormal Investigator has slammed the store poundland for selling Ouija boards as part of its Halloween products. I had to look up the store poundland. It's like the British Virgin of the dollar store. I guess it was a variety store chain founded in nineteen. Ninety selling most items at the single price of one pound now, I think this Paranormal Investigator has greatly overestimated the effect of a Ouija board that was purchased basically at a dollar store don't you know anything you buy at? The dollar store is not going to work. Although I admit I enjoy their Halloween products they're cheap and they're fun. And you know, you could throw them away right afterward. They would just a dollar. I bought a fake Beating Heart and brought it to work the other day because that's the kind of thing that I do and I yeah, I opened the door to one of the rooms and threw it in there and I thought that was hilarious and you know, my co-workers thought it was funny as well. But it's a dollar. It's a dollar. Where is it now? I don't know. I don't care. It was just a

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Yes, the fattest bear wins

Short Wave

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Yes, the fattest bear wins

"So before we really get into it with Ray. Let's set some road rules. First of all, we're sticking to American black bears and what you need to know is that not all black bears hibernate it's all about how much food is around and that changes based on where you live your life. Black bears are kind of what we're going to be referring to as habitat generalists and they're found all over North America. So the bears in Florida and the everglades don't usually hibernate second there is this scientific debate over whether or not bears truly hibernate and so like a useful definition of hibernation basically is like a physiological state of. A significantly decreased metabolism basically food has dried up. So some animals entered this low energy mode. How low energy these bears are is up for discussion, but Ray is firmly on team bears do hibernate. So if you ask me and I'm willing to take on this debate, I really am officially on the record I would argue that they are true hibernate is because their metabolism changes from such a significant level in order to avoid food scarcity, we're going with ray on this one moving on if you're a black bear who hibernates and you are about to go literally months without food, there's one thing you gotta do to get ready. It's so easy. You're eating everything you can find everything you gotta get sick with. By any means necessary it's called optimal foraging theory and it sounds a little complicated, but it's so easy to understand. Also people do it to an optimal foraging theory suggests that bears job is to eat as many calories as possible while expending as little energy as again. So, that's why we see bears in some places eating you know tens of thousands of calories, berries you know every day. Or. A bear lives in a place where there's you know rivers and streams and freshwater fish in there. They're eating tons and tons of fish like whatever is around them. They're going to gorge on that because they don't have to travel far and expand a lot of energy to get more. Right. Right. Okay. So I'm a bear I have just worked hard to chubb up as fast as I can with the least amount of energy and I found the place that I'm going to hibernate. What are those places look like? Because I thought they were all like deep caves, but that's not necessarily true. Right well, I like one of my personal desires is to find a bear denning in a cave. I want that more than anything because you grow up with that right as a kid grew up with these stories about there's a bear in the cave and and of course, they do I mean, you know if bear comes upon it, empty cave is one hundred percent going to make its winter done there But you know how many games are in you know a single forest like usually not. Many. So outside of the Cave, example bears use a lot of different places to create a hibernation den. So hollowed out logs or good ones. If there's you know a tree that has fallen down and is easy to kind of dig into a barrel, make space for itself in you know in a log in a tree trunk you know sometimes just next to a whole bunch of bushes and. Another thing I love about is, is that some of them you know in particular maybe male bears. Will sometimes just sit down and then. There Dan. The cool thing about being a bear as their top predators, right they have no natural enemies in their systems they can feel safe all the time You know humans cause huge problems to bears, but they haven't evolved necessarily to understand that. So they feel like they are big bat and safe all the time and you know can just lay down wherever they want the. Okay. So I know that there are all of these massive changes that happen in the bear body during hibernation. Tell me about some of the coolest ones in your mind. Yeah. So I you know maybe this is because I have a preschooler and so we are like just about a year or so past like potty trainings might be on my mind a lot. But I think one of the coolest things is that bears will recycle their own waste during hyper nation. So they they don't you know like urinate or defecate at all during this time period just recycled in their bodies but but that allows them to essentially like not lose hydration or not lose a certain amount of nutrients during our nation, which is is it's just tremendous. It's really amazing. It's just like a beautiful officiant logical system you know Yeah it's. I could just keep going but it's it's really cool. Yeah. Yeah. So okay. Probably one of the most ridiculously cool things about their physiology in this state is that although bears lose a lot of body weight during hibernation, they don't actually lose a ton of like muscled massar or bone strength like way less than humans would if we didn't move for three months, right that I mean that's wild ray well, it's because they get so fat. I mean. So you know what is so I think what is what is interesting as a human being especially in like American society is that we associate fat with something bad like if people get too fat, you know we might encounter a lot of health problems. but for Bayer is being fat makes you actually more ecologically fit and sometimes they're putting on, you know hundreds and hundreds of pounds just to prepare for hibernation, and so if they do that, then of course, they're not losing muscle mass when they hibernate, they are not losing losing bone density. They're just burning that fat recycling their waste like doing this slow burn all winter and then emerging. As. Ever. Yeah. This brings me to one of the wildest bear things that is blowing. My bare mind. Is that some Mama Bear's give birth during hibernation? Yes. So all Mama Bear's giver during hibernation unless they live in a place where they don't hibernate. Yeah. So you know in ecology community, we essentially do this thing where we give, we assign a birth date to. Every animal that we encounter and all black bears have January birthday all of them. So for the most part, you can assume that any black bear you've ever seen ever in your life and never will was born in January and in most parts of North America. That's a time of hibernation you know from the from the few studies where we've been able to witness. A hybrid female VR giving birth is few. We've been able to see her show some obvious signs of labor, right? So she's like wake she's not loving it, but she's giving birth. To. A couple of very, very, very small cubs so they grow. From one pound to you know like ten pounds or so and all in the den while the mother is doing her best to get some rest. But you know she's got like litter full. Of does with her so it's not you know those winters as she gives birth or not the most restful

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Sell Me Your Climate Bombs

Planet Money

07:16 min | 1 year ago

Sell Me Your Climate Bombs

"Okay. So there are countless outdated old refrigerant tanks scattered around the country and Tim and Gabe say that the problem is you cannot just dump these tanks in the trash you wanted to take it to a dump, their knocking ticket they'll say, no, no that stuff's like hazardous material we don't want here. Material. The only thing you're allowed to dump, there is the empty tank when it's all gone. So you're really stuck it sits there on your shelf you have no use for and it's eventually going to leak through these cylinders cans into the atmosphere. If you're a professional like an auto mechanic or an H. back installer or if you're just one of those tinkers who hangs out at autozone, you might have one of these bad band canisters and. You could pay to safely dump the chemical out, but only a few places in the US will even do it and it's expensive. That's why they're canisters of this stuff just sitting in old garages rusting away and leaking leaking a greenhouse gas that is thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide and getting rid of refrigerant is one of the most important things we can do to address climate change according to a leading climate solutions organization called drawdown. which is why Tim, and Gabe have come all the way to the gas station in middle of Nowhere Illinois to meet a man in a red jeep renegade named Geoffrey. Geoffrey. Geoffrey is standing next to a two foot tall canister refrigerant that people might recognize by its common name Freon. Jim In fact recognizes the brand name Dupont igloo. So what does this is? igloo Freon twelve. So where did you What did you find the material? Jeffrey says a friend gave it to him years ago Kim asks him if he was in the Business Jeffrey no but my friend was he said he got the refrigerant because he figured maybe he'd use it in the systems of antique cars that he was thinking about rebuilding, but he never got around to it. Nineteen years. Business on shelf shop. How did you hear US oft up on my facebook one day At this out of the blue, a facebook ad popped up that said, we pay good money for old refrigerant Jeffrey. I have some of that answered the Ad, and now here we are Tim and Gabe take a sample from Geoffrey. They do a couple of calculations where they add up the weight of all the refrigerant and have Geoffrey signs informs you're signing here that your. This is your material. Now you're handing over to us. You're also a test saying that it was sourced within the United States and not the US government or a native American tribe. Correct correct. Okay. And then gables out a wad of bills and starts flowing them one by one into Jeffrey's hand. Material. So. Shop. The Money. Except for the signing of the receipt and everything, it feels almost like a drug deal cash transaction in this dusty remote middle of nowhere. Tim wouldn't tell US exactly how much changed hands but he said it was in the low hundreds and yet this is Tim Gabes legitimate business. Their company is called trade water and they make pickups like this of all sizes from a one pound can the size of a spray paint bottle tweet forty, thousand pound job they did a while back where they vacuumed the refrigerant out of an old industrial cooling system after a bit of Chitchat Tim and Gabe wrap up with Geoffrey Geoffrey tells them. If he hears anyone else with spare refrigerants, he'll send them their way. Right on. Jeffrey how is that? That was painless was. Is If you find anymore you know where to call welcome you John Here In Europe somebody's got one of the. Transaction. Takes care. Did you hear that Tim just said we'll take good care of it for you. Yeah. Well, me and my how to Save Planet Co host we're listening in on this deal. Of course, we're on facetime with them and my co host name is Hannah Elizabeth Johnson. She's a scientist and she and I asked him and Gabe about that particular comment and you said we'll take good care of this for you. Because you you aren't GonNa take good care of it. You'RE GONNA destroyed. Exactly. Probably not We, don't really. We don't really talk about that very much. Yeah. They transfer all the gas from the little tank they collect into a huge tank that looks kind of like a missile and then they drive that missile looking tank to a fancy destruction facility. Essentially, an incinerator permited hazardous waste. Rotary, King Incinerator. So you burn it we burn you burn. Your like setting it on fire and we are. Do you see gas in flames? Is that what it looks like? We don't generally watch it being burned. View, it's see to their view window flame. Yeah. A big bright flame incinerating refrigerants at this special facility actually neutralizes most of the dangerous stuff ninety, nine, point, nine, nine percent of the bad stuff doesn't go out into the atmosphere time bomb diffused, which if you're trying to address global warming, this is a fantastic thing right after all this is Tim and Gabes mission. So, why don't they tell their customers about it? Well Gabe says, their customers aren't always on board with that mission. In fact, a lot of them don't even believe global warming is real. This is A. Farce that's been pulled by the EPA or a U.. N. and so people will hang up and say I'm not going to sell to you. I'm GonNa find someone else who's GonNa use this the way it was meant to be used. Now some people are really attached to their to their refrigerant. So now generally. Advertised we're gonNA destroy because we just never know somebody that will make people uninterested in the deal. That's interesting because it seems like. Is My co host I oughta it's all over your website, right? Like your website makes it pretty clear why you're doing this and if people are finding you through facebook ads they. Already know are you on the trade water website? Yeah. So. When we do these transactions, we actually use a different name doing business. Call refrigerant finders. Go to refrigerant finders website. You will see a different framing of what we do. The homepage of the treated water website has the words reducing the world's carbon footprint in big letters huge font over background of leafy Green Fernley. The refrigerant find a website there no leaves there's no mention of climate change. It just says we buy your old refrigerant and has pictures of men in work boots carrying around rest canisters.

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The New Tech Driven Home Healthcare with Rachel Munsie

Outcomes Rocket

05:54 min | 1 year ago

The New Tech Driven Home Healthcare with Rachel Munsie

"More. Welcome back to the outcomes. Rockets saw Marquez's here and today I have the privilege of hosting. Rachel Muncie she's on the founding team of tomorrow health, a technology driven home healthcare company changing the way individuals and families manage their care. She leads business development focusing on partnerships and sales strategic marketing initiatives, and new market expansion. She was formerly in healthcare investing, just working to unpack the US healthcare system and understand how we can treat. Treat better incentives through innovation policy and Advocacy Rachel received her bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and attended Mit for her MBA. Before leaving to build tomorrow health, you know the M E, durable medical equipment field definitely is a need for innovation and the work that Rachel and the team at Tamar Health doing is super unique and I'm excited to be covering that with you Rachel today and then. So I wanna give you a warm. Welcome. Welcome thanks for joining us. Thank you so much solve. Really appreciate it, and thanks for having me absolutely. So before we dive into tomorrow health and you know what makes you guys so unique and different in that space I love to hear more about you Rachel and what inspires your work in healthcare. Absolutely. So I am most inspired about solving the problems of healthcare and really the ones that we've all faced. So we spend more. More on healthcare in the US than any other country in the world. But our outcomes are worse and everyone understands what this means on level. I personally once racked up a bill equal to my rent payment during one doctor's appointment because even though I knew I'd have a high deductible plan and even though I knew I'd hardly spent anything against it. I, mean, I work in healthcare I throughout all of practical knowledge because I. I was anxious and nervous, and in a vulnerable situation. I think when you're sitting in a doctor's office or hospital, you rarely compare prices or shop smartly and most people don't even know that you can do that. So most of the time we do things because we're scared or rethink what choice do I really have my health is at stake and I think sometimes the prices in our system take advantage of that. So took me. Me a while to internalize I. Think most people don't realize is that we all pay the price for our broken health care system whether we know it or not. So either through lower take home wages or higher premiums or higher deductibles or even higher taxes and I actually still have those outrageous bills sitting on my kitchen table as reminder to myself that these costs aren't normal and i. think we deserve better and so since digging. Digging into this industry I as an investor, and now as an operator, I'm just constantly floored by the unnecessary complexity that I found in every corner of the go system and no one understands any of it. I. Think People Inside the industry barely do ominous the result of some wacky incentives that run. Ima- and not always a bad intentions. But this is exactly how that knowledge between industries, stakeholders and patience and the broader general public. Public just become so massive, and so when it came to my decision to help found tomorrow hull, it's not an exhaustive solution by one clear trend with pasta impact on all of these stakeholders is the shifting of more care to the home, which is higher quality, and as we know much lower cost of care setting. Yeah. You know you call out a lot of issues that were faced with I think every one of us. You're listening to this podcast today. You're thinking Yup I've been screwed with a big medical bill or and if you haven't which I'm sure you have if the very small chance that you haven't I'm sure somebody in your family are a close friend has dealt with it and I think it's great that you keep that bill on your kitchen counter Rachel, just as a reminder, right of the why behind why we're doing what we do and? Yeah. Care in the home is becoming that much more important with Kobe among us. So reimagining that healthcare is critical as you guys like to coin it. So talk to us about the work at tomorrow health and what exactly you guys are doing to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yeah. So at tomorrow health, we are a technology driven home healthcare company, and we are a full stack provider of healthcare, and we're a trusted partner that you can depend on to coordinate and deliver specifically home medical equipment supplies and support all in the. The comfort of your own home, which as you mentioned, all in covid world is extremely important and our big focus envision is on restoring home as the focal point for healthcare delivery and the Genesis of tomorrow health was personal for us, our Co founder and CEO Bj Qatar was working at Oscar. So He's well-versed in the complexity of healthcare and his mom was diagnosed with stage, three cancer, and she needed about a year of intensive home healthcare. Luckily, she's now doing much better, but he was responsible for coordinating. So much of that. That he and his family had to work with over a dozen, different providers would coming out of her home to get what she needed, and after about a month when she was discharged from the hospital, she ended up having to go back three times in her first one pound because of delays or equipment failures relating to her oxygen therapy, and so for patients, and also their families who are usually playing the role of caregivers edition be this hard, and then from a systems perspective whilst does the whole matter and you know by. By dramatically reducing our dependence on hospitals on ers on post acute care sites were able to get high quality care at home and also bend the cost curve in healthcare system. So by working with tomorrow health, we think it makes it easier to shift that care to the home because one of the legs of the stool for homebase healthcare are these hall medical equipment supplies and support

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Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

BrainStuff

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

"Red Velvet cake and strawberry ice cream aren't only in the. They'll satisfy your sweet tooth. They likely share common ingredient made from a not so common source that gives them their red to pink Hue. That's Carmen a natural Red Dye, also labelled as cockatiel extract, e, One, twenty or natural, red dye four, and it owes its beauty to a teeny tiny bug, the female coach Neil Bug to be precise. In addition to its possible gross out factor, this tasteless FDA approved extract has a history full of. and. Intrigue a Betsy Ross even used this bright red dye to make red stripes on the very first American flag. The Koch Neil is a slate bug that feeds on prickly pear. Plants grown throughout Mexico South America southwestern United States, and the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. The male Cockatiel plays its own unique role in nature, but it's the wingless legless female that interests dye makers. If you go looking for her, you won't find her vibrant red bounty on display. The female Koch Neal's grey exterior is covered in a white powder that protects her from predators as well as the scorching sun. And since the juice from CACTI her only source of nutrition, she boroughs in his. A bit stubborn about releasing her hold. In order to harvest the Koch Neil, the prickly pear pads are cut and brought to factories so that the bugs can be pulled out and processed, but it takes some serious people power. Approximately seventy thousand continentals are needed to create just one pound of die. That's a little less than half a kilo. Once harvested bugs are dried ground and mixed alcohol, solution or other compounds like borax. They give way to a vibrant long-lasting die that can be used to make colors from scarlet purple to pink to Peach. have been used to color everything from textiles to pottery, since the Neolithic period or New Stone Age with the majority, sourced from vegetables, plants and trees. Bugs have had their place to not only the Koch. Neil, another elusive die associated with wealth enroll status. Tyrian purple was made from the glands of snails. Neil bug is native to Mesoamerica. The AZTECS are believed to be the first to use Carmen to fill their lives with stunning shades of Crimson, when Spanish colonizers arrived in the Americas learned about Carmen and built enormous wealth by monopolizing the cockatiel market Spain kept the source of the color secret, and even made export the die a legal punishable by death. Coveted by the wealthy. The Royal Family is in the artist's crossed Europe. This die created fertile ground for contention. Those cumbersome and secretive production methods certainly made Carmen expensive. The car itself was an explosive part of Carmen's mystery and popularity. We spoke with Amy Butler. Greenfield author of the perfect read via email. She said red is the color of blood fired that end desire, and we can't help it. Respond to it on many levels. It makes her eyes dilate, and our breath come faster, and it's freighted with symbolic meaning. Also there are very few natural dyes that make a lasting bright true read so good ones had the value of rarity. Ounce ounce. Kacha new is the most powerful natural red dye in the world. That's why it was prized. When industrialization arrived in the mid eighteen hundreds, the demand for textiles increased dramatically and created a need for more cost effective dies. Chemists began to use petroleum and coal to formulate synthetic ones ultimately reducing the need for the Cockatiel bug. The shift towards synthetics pushed Carmen to the background, but it didn't disappear, and now it's making a comeback. Showing up on ingredient lists for anything from cake POPs to lipstick. Greenfield said when reports started linking synthetic grads to cancer and hyperactivity, and as people started taking an interest in natural foods in general, the market for catch. Neil began to rebound. So if Carmen is a natural product without the negative long-term effects of why did the coffee giant starbucks along with numerous other companies? Stop using it to add colour to their products. Well Carmen is safe for the majority of people can cause an allergic reaction, and besides that safety concern folks like Vegetarians vegans and people who keep kosher helped advocate for the change, but no matter whether you find eating a bug, appalling, fascinating or dangerous for such a tiny insect. The Koch Neil Bug has certainly left a vivid mark on culture, beating attractions, the beauty and power of red.

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A pound heavier but with lower cholesterol, Trump 'remains healthy,' annual physical shows

Hugh Hewitt

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

A pound heavier but with lower cholesterol, Trump 'remains healthy,' annual physical shows

"President trump has been deemed to be in good health by the White House physician Dr Shawn Conley says the president remains healthy after completing two separate physical exams in November and April Mr trump who stands six foot three gained one pound weighing in at two hundred forty four pounds his total cholesterol is down to one sixty seven and he has a normal resting heart rate and Dr Connolly says the president had no side effects following a recent two week regimen of hydroxy

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A Whole Lot of Home Cooking

Bon Appetit Foodcast

09:35 min | 1 year ago

A Whole Lot of Home Cooking

"We've been sort of in quarantine now for about two months and I think as trying as these times have been for everyone I think one of the I don't don't call it a silver lining up side. Whatever is that we've been in this nation of Home Cooks and personally speaking. I can say without question. I've never cooked better food or more consistently than I have in the last eight weeks and I'm kind of astounded as someone. Who's you know? Food Industry Professional Yada. Yada like how much I've learned in how much I've gotten better as a home cook I. Is that a fair statement. Carl. What's been your take. I have never in my life. Cook dinner as many times in a row as I have been quarantine we've ordered in one time. Yeah it's interesting because you know worked at a test kitchen gather for years but there are so many days of the week by the time I get home. It's either too late to make dinner or are those certain days where you get home and you're just done and I imagine gauge to this being in the entertainment industry where just emotionally mentally physically. You're just spent by the time you walk in your door. It took it took maybe a month for people to become accustomed to this new way of working these of zoom etc etc. My wife and I in the same small space rolling zoom calls screaming over each other coming up with hand signals waving at each other. Give each other the finger trying to keep trying to tell each other to push both of us not realizing that we are in fact screaming over the zoom and and that's all day every day and it's and things didn't really slow down and now things are really kind of picking up with work. So yeah you're on zoom calls. Maybe like ten hours a day and then you gotta figure out dinner so it definitely it definitely makes you do some planning and for me and I don't want to spend too much time talking about it but obviously sourcing alike. Light Carla. I've we ordered in once during this two month period and for me the idea of sourcing. Fresh food has been a super challenge and that I spent a lot of time doing and something that I realized how much we take for. Granted are access to great food and how much thought it really takes now and and I also think about people that don't still have access to the same level of products that we have and it's actually changed my entire thought process about food about sourcing about groceries and consumption. In general I would say a couple of things on logistically. The daytime thing is interesting working from home because like when I'm at home if I have a window between two and two thirty I'm like oh I can start marrying that chicken or I can start prepping this so that when it is time to cook dinner at six o'clock. I've already got a lot of that. Legwork done but on a regular workday you. You don't have the ability to do that. You kinda starting from scratch every time you get home and then also. I've never used my freezer this much and in terms of like. I know we're all making an effort to not go out to the store all the time so I actually. This is the first time I use my freezer with all sorts of different frozen prepackaged meats as opposed to the freezer in the past. Always been that thing. I just threw stuff in and never saw again like a freezer graveyard and now it's like a treasure chest. Yeah no it's like what's in here Carlos. Because you're you're more organized than we are. We have you evolved in that sense in terms of storage and freezing and stuff ingredients. My only complaint is. I wish I had a chest freezer or like now. I get it like the to fridge. Households I wish I had the garage with the other fringe because I holds me back. A lot is just feeling like their fridge. When I stock up is so full that with the let between the leftovers the condiments the fresh stuff like gave us talking about if you're only shopping once every week or ten days like that that that space fills up so fast so we've got a cooler on the back deck and just the rotation of freezer packs into that and it's not a huge one. It's like It's just a ordinary coleman cooler but rotating the freezer packs into that and then figuring out what kind of produce will stand up in there so like citrus is out there and cabbages and things that don't need to be quite as cold as the other stuff. So it stresses me out a little bit. Because I really don't want to waste anything you know we early on we. We do. Have a Coleman Cooler where we put a lot of Greens in sort of sturdy vegetables and just kind of keep them cool but simone early on in this thing. She bought a chest freezer like medium small side medium size one and I thought she was crazy and like being like a bunker mentality nuclear war sort of person but it has been absolute game changer. And and then I went and bought a bunch of meats from Dixon's Farm San and Chelsea market and individually one pound packs ground beef and some dribs and this and that and I got a list on my phone everything in that freezer and I sort of adjusted as we go. Wow that's very organized for me. It's been a little bit like relent as well because we you know we're trying to figure out how to get stuff delivered here and try to do as little you know. Irl shopping as humanly possible. We signed up for with a farm in riverhead New York and Long Island that processes animals It's dairy and also beef and pork in inhumane. Awesome Way So I was like excited about that but basically it's it's they you kind of like order a wishlist. Every week of what you'd like to get. And then they just send you what they've got and so it's been like it's been open up the package. It's like okay. What am I doing with Pork Loin? I don't really. I don't really deal with pork loin housing here here. We go more now having abundance of Yogurt. I'm not a big yogurt guy. The other day I was like. Oh Pork Loin. I've got some yogurt. I'M GONNA make like Euros. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA like I've got some cucumbers. I never have to numbers. I'm GonNa make some Zeki. These are freestyle things. I wouldn't do Olympics. Global pandemic forgave to get cucumbers. I mean it's not a thing it's not a thing that we normally have. I don't I don't love cucumber. I don't know we don't usually put in Salads or whatever you gotTa Peel it all right. Let's talk about some cooking Carla. What is something you've cooked in these last several weeks that either? You've never done before that you were just so stoked about how well it turned out. Well there was one week early on when I really wanted chicken and I could not get ticket like it was one of earlier weeks where everyone. I don't know what it was like. Toilet Paper Lysol and chickens grain whole chickens. The American brain is like survival. What can I not live without teepee and chicken? So that's like the most American thing in the world so I wanted to chicken. Couldn't get but the place I I was ordering from had whole ducks and I was like well. I've made your dot com fee recipe. Which I swear by but I've never ever cooked a whole duct before and I personally would be intimidated. So what did what did you do? Yeah the thing. A whole doc is like it's actually terrible to Whole duck rate but I I was like birds bird a bird. Just have to deal with this but I knew that roasting a whole doc is actually very problematic the way roasting a whole. Turkey is problematic because the breast in the legs or like on a completely different Optimal like setting. So what it came. I was kind of annoyed because I was like. Oh Jesus Christ I forgot about this whole dock now I have to butcher it. Because roasting at whole is actually not a great way to cook it but then it was this really Validating sort of process of being like first of all happy that I knew how to butcher a duck so I was. I was sort of like it had been a while but I took the Brasov. I took the legs off. Then you have all this fat. So separating keeping the fat you know in one area had the breasts I seasoned up the legs to do comfy. I scored the fat on the breast and the little cross hatch because that's just really good pan roasted and then I had a car guest so in and this whole duck gave me stock roasted the bones I made stock. I had Duck brass one night. We had dot com for another night. And then I just have all of the duck fat which I put into like everything else that I made for the next three weeks and it was sort of like what gave is saying this way that you're pushed out of your comfort zone in your ordinary way of shopping where. I ended up buying something because it was what was available and good instead of what I thought I wanted to have and it was

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. what has happened to you what do you see and what are you doing about it I know that traffic rob is a mess my wife was just coming up from downtown and said may I ask a guy in right in front of her spun out big time one seventy one north bound there I believe is around MLK or some such but then apparently yeah people are resigning and so be careful and that's what you don't realize you know especially if you haven't checked your tires in a while you're going to hydroplane even if you've got tread on your tires right now there's so much water on the roads especially when this rain is really coming down and that's where a lot of these problems are coming from but it is insane right now that's like we're making up for all the good time we've had here in the past few weeks well I had to choose a me and I think people got a little bit used to flying you know down the highway because there's no cars on the road now others in other words that lead foot they're used to his not working so hopefully training house it you just can't do it yes and and and let me tell you what's going on and this will back up all of our points here from the UC health traffic center virtual visits a timely alternative to traditional office visits and non emergency care to request your virtual visit call your UC health Dr five one three four seven five eight thousand right now just closures west bound to seventy fives ramp to mas stellar is closed eastbound just the left lane is blocked there northbound seventy five at the western hills viaduct Harrison Avenue exit the exit ramp is closed there there's also reports of high water still on the highway closures seven forty seven both directions at union center brain chill Loveland road both directions at little river lane Cincinnati Dayton road at crescent bill these are places that you normally wouldn't see closures miles road both directions between west mill and daily road and Sutton is closed both directions between Kellogg and Salem now the accidents there's a pretty good sized accident on northbound seventy five at twelve then pike it's got just the left lane getting by and traffic is heavy well across the bridge back toward Harrison northbound seventy.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That's the thing to consider sure as you throw stuff in it for decades literally and so you know I used to be a well I would say pretty close to a professional shark fishermen side couple of huge fishing reels went out there and started leading the line down I figure after one no did you wait so long yeah there there is there is in fact the original line is still down there I've just been adding to the line and keeping track of how much line I've used five not reeled in how much weight is on there is a one pound weight at the bottom of it one pound weight on weight it's a triangular one pound weight and so that's at the bottom of it at first some of the reason we go down kind of like a plumb Bob exactly exactly effective rate across the center of it there and it goes you know goes straight down from the center there and occasionally try to move the line there but we'll see moving that much line you really can't do a whole lot with that but it seems to be no there seems to be it's not resting again and against anything at this point here and continues to go down for you lately and so when I was out there earlier and let out a little bit more hello hi and so you actually went out there tonight after I read this well you know it's not too bad out here right now it's in the about so the five degrees so it's not too cold have you ever heard anything coming from any sounds or anything well you know I.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Were trying to keep them off the cigarettes and other tobacco products and certainly off the drugs and just say no and certainly that works instead to go along with it. but here is the question this is where I think we can sort of have fun with it. at least I hope then I'll give you a chance to get involved if you'd like to will open up the acute hearing center dot com hot line right now five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one that's a hundred they want. and held seven or eighteen anti and you probably like was sterling how how how do we turn this into something more how do we have fun with vaping in concerns of disease and sickness and misery I'll tell you hell let's talk vices let's talk to exit the look is just in the last week it and I love research studies a medical issues and everything else it in you they talk about coffee and then they'll it like every other couple of days it seems like maybe every other month there's a Hey coffees good Hey call these bad Hey call feel do this for you and the coffee will be bad for a little call these good in I'll I like my coffee and I'm gonna go back to what my mom said when I was a kid growing up which is most everything in moderation in the evening it seems to be the other than a couple of things like playing in traffic you know one of the human Frogger hand grenades and heroin otherwise everything else fairly that way so what I want to know is this. because the soda was also in the news and sugary drinks not even just that bit sugary beverages and stuff and there's a they're going to kill you and usually it's the latter part of your life it's not the best years that you you end up losing it they may make the what were better years worse before you go but generally speaking that's sort of how it plays out. but I like my sugary beverages I I like my soda of about once a day I get like a doctor pepper whatever else maybe every other day I use it is kind of reward it's not like when I was a kid where I would want to drink the the soda or pop it whatever you want to call it by the gallon. but I I kind of know that Sir like bacon they kind of go Hey you know you get to a be a certain age like moving up on a milestone fifty and a buddy of mine the other day texting is you know after fifty there's no more bacon for you you're going to you know a dire early unlike thanks for that I will not moderation in he just sent me back attacks like laughing at me about the concept of moderation so what I want to know is this. what do you do knowingly that is maybe a vice maybe not but one of those things where they tell you you know what this is going to make you sick this is going to make you uncomfortable this is going to cause you problems down the line this could possibly kill you or make you uncomfortable in the process of your life whether it's smoking whether it's eating fatty foods whether it's that bacon I love you know all the men bacon crispy bacon sausage stuff like that you know I mean all these type of things maybe the maybe the vaping maybe keep you off of the bus what is it that maybe is drinking in moderation I mean you know it in that do you believe in the idea of moderation so what do you do. maybe unlimited amounts. maybe not were you kinda know it's not what you should be doing but you're like you know what I'm gonna write this out it's okay I do other things that are better I run you know maybe you swim maybe you take vitamins maybe whatever else it is that goes along with it and I'll tell you I you my bacon not every day but probably least twice a week my insurance rates are going up the actuary some places the women sterling does with bacon you mention soda products of pop I don't smoke judges do never been one of those things into I I thought about today because I thought to be cool like a lot of other people may maybe you do those things but I but I haven't done that either five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred eighteen anti I want to know what do you do knowingly that's dangerous or bad or could be a problem we could call advices I mean it in and I guess that's sort of what it is stuff that you know you shouldn't but you kind of do anyway whether it's for pure enjoyment maybe it's because of an addiction issue or whatever else let's have a little fun in the midst of the chaos that is the world as we know it.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Today it is best movie going experience you've ever had doesn't matter if you want your premier we're talking the drive and whatever right well you we got I think one of my first job in town was at SA I FM which is now I mean it was ninety four one I know what that is now but I went to the premiere of Apocalypse Now while and I had no idea what it was about I had read anything about it whatever but you know I used to go to all the service at any make any money so I would take my girlfriend on a date that's because right what is the movie yeah those I gave you wanna go see this movie whatever you like Sir what's that about is like I I think it's a war movie and we went in there and I like about I half hour into it she just looked at me and goes hold lead yeah this is a minor realty is are you ever see that movie it's a trip absolutely yeah probably that's probably over me yeah I mean I I remember going the denture Ivan was you know right where I grew up Magruder pry two miles from a place and members and I think a close in eighty seven eighty eight but over since movies at the I'm I'm I saw all on got full metal jacket there that was seven probably not a movie I should see when I was seven but no doubt never last winter of like a movie going straight which is a premier or whatnot premier like opening night of the movie three hundred when I am in now is like you know people are really as a kind of highly anticipated that was slammed packed into your tickets early and everything else was like everybody was like Gaston for you know me after someone happen ever on the whole theater or it was those pretty needs those funds like everyone's kinda in on this this thing seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. well take your stories to just like Jay here Jay how you doing what's up does not tell us first time long time are you guys make my drive home every day thanks let's make that a nice drive thank you yeah but total harbor so we we we walked into the movie it just our couple minutes late so it's all dark in the theater and amazing movie didn't think nothing of it as we're walking now the lights come on and there's always the vet and they're all just shopping right you could you help I used to start tearing up just seeing those guys here not knowing that that's what they went through I can't even imagine that rate our even the toughest are there would be all either that or you guys and I said I appreciate you has been on the air every day on my drive home she listen man that would be pretty well I I guess I was like someone's folks when Saul on saving private Ryan theater all yeah about damn man Hey bill how about you favorite movie experience yeah back in the mid seventies had the fiancee Whitney I went though maybe I am alone Caroline when they released earthquake and they have the giants speakers on the back yeah I saw that too yeah the young fellow vibrations for your body while I look over this moment of sleep slept through the entire movie again this is you and your wife when you got orders for certain a date is that correct or not yeah yeah we were dating at that point in time so spend you know somewhat less exciting in that ever spent well the only the she's left the residence really thank you now the earthquake movie back when they showed that what is what it was a and die it's about right but the whole point of it was they had these like you said big giant speakers so they referred this movie they they would bring in these huge speakers for yes yeah that was to be in a one of first when I was a first run movie they had these things and it just was all bottom man so anytime there'd be like a tremor unit is led by you know you'd feel a little something and then when the major earthquake happens Israeli Hey mark how bout you buddy favorite movie experience American graffiti when it first came out downtown a guy walks in about my buddies were about seventeen years old and everybody within the op rod the drive through the parking garage to get out sounded just like America because everybody was crazy that's right yeah thanks man American graffiti my quick story about that that's where I went on my first date and I don't know if everyone of the scroll or not but I find I was all nervous and stuff and we were watching that movie and about halfway through it I finally worked up enough nerve to put my arm around her yeah and then I was too scared to take it off over so is the longer it.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good for everybody we live in a perfect society blacks feel that there be treated differently white people feel that blacks get special treatment or women get special treatment and I think what winds up happening here too and this is part of the I think the big picture is when people feel like they're marginalized or perceive their marginalized there's a certain percentage of wind up become let's call it radicalized whether it's online or whether to street gang whatever they feel that there's no options no opportunity for them and them I I think the most mentally unstable of the group wind up going and shooting on and then maybe two different things entirely one is earned by crime in needs and wants and desires and poverty the other driven by maybe some other ideological issues or mental illness although I would contend that there's probably a lot of people who are in prison for gang bangers and have some serious mental health issues that could get treatment either but yeah that's kind of my point the older I get the more look is enough we just got back to treating people as individuals rather than part of a larger group I think we'd be better off just and I know it's hard to do but just judging people on their merits and on their actions and their deeds in their words and not necessarily what they look like what they wear and which restroom they use five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight on the big one pound seven eighty yeah I know I kind of feel like I'm a I don't know to turn a new role profit or something and I hope I'm not coming across like that but you know the more we try to come up with the answers the fear we have I want to practices in about an hour I got a guy and he said this is gonna be interesting too because as you know the president and also governor Mike to one just endorse red flag laws as part of a a broader plan on gun violence and that he calls a safety protection order which a red flag all allowing judges to confiscate firearms as long as there's a quick and good hearing and and there's rapid due process I think is what the president said that they wanted but this guy study this for a long time red flag Lawson I just kind of up maybe preview what we're in store for her what works what doesn't work what's legal with the legal because others have done the red flag laws and I I'd rather know what it is we're getting into rather go okay red flag on tells of the problem kinda like when your P. G. bond stock band yeah that'll now we got this guy with the I forget what they call it I I don't know these things the date issued got some add on with a company by the way the the grip the pistol grip on this this on this rifle that he had was manufactured by company in Hebron you know that's it okay what kind of mods can you put on weapons which is another topic entirely that really second amendment or is it something else that's on and really care about the yeah the bomb stock band it's not like yeah people are using this a lot in order to in order to kill individuals so are we have that going on to as well this morning at five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one and in town seven hundred eighty.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven thousand into the big one pounds of an eighty two was act liberty township pays act we got Jack's exactly there Zach my man but second hold the network announced Hey Amy how are you any other the phones do try again there's a there's Amy we had some phone issues are now we got it no problem I sold girl scout cookie thing calendar you know all of my check out and never had a bit of problem and then people would call on the phone and they tell my mom that diabetes which terrible and they needed somebody to collect in the neighborhood then of course my mother diabetes sign up for everything the heart company but the heart all though what we have the media so the neighbors are going out of my god this lady she could me down again I'm kind of turn the lights off line we need to do all of that because no one can say no to a kid about it now but it's really funny how they would get her going the kids do that and go wow this is pretty cutting in in wind up doing really well like a career in sales I mean efforts starts right yeah I really think that it it getting courage that kind of that I went in and failed but I had a job where I had to be very personable and all that good stuff but if it were my child I under age twelve in age twelve I would go with and then above age well you can take a friend with Tom yeah and in fact they never go anywhere learn any how they like to hang out with their friends well you get the cell phone to you now mean getting into your tells a right what what address the kids that you know you could face time the whole thing well I didn't see you there talking yeah I'd say you're gonna be able to get away with anything these days that and I yeah the fear of in its I get it you know there's this fear that everyone's out to get your kid and it's not it's that we live in this way way way super hypersensitive world it's not the case at all your kid can go around your neighborhood knock on doors and and and and almost every single area in Cincinnati and on ever problems like this stuff right I think it's just way too much parental hammering in the district probably as a liability issue and it's and it's sad because it's another missed opportunity for kids to grow and that's our job as mom and dad right is to the letter kids become men and women a in in a lot of these policies we have today its exact opposite we want to keep our babies babies forever even when they are adults or should be adults anyway more thought to five one three seven four nine seven thousand into the big one pound seven or to AT and T. at least one school district my producer slip and Jimmy I wanted the district I wanted the care I wanted the activity but the school said Hey we want you to raise money fund raiser for you know what what whatever extracurricular it is except we don't want the kids going door to door with the parents to do all the work are you kidding me back about four seven hundred.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The big one pound similar eighteen today I just love when you're on the show Hey thank god how are you doing I'm doing fine now it's a Hey I got a great location for you think you like the pole and it's also close to them so if you want to take we shall we she wants to go to the ocean water go those thing by the pool the question is Jim do I want to have fun well you can have the whole that's that's what I take my wife with me or not but anyway yes it's called the fountain in Orlando seventy five thousand for the whole the poll Bob the bowl a place for the kids and the adults you've got everything you need right there at the I don't have to go in the ocean right not the same it's brought to me in my chair apple lounger next to the pool you generally can't do that at the ocean not only that you often get a great what I'm saying is right you do you can do that will they deliver the beach too but do you want to get senator taco the answer of course is no seven hundred W. the house speaker blast the president hi Matt re seven hundred WLW dot com house speaker Nancy Pelosi blasting president trump for what she calls his racist attacks against a black congressman the president today has written four tweets criticising house oversight committee chairman Elijah Cummings president even suggested the coming should be investigated for corruption alosi writing that Cummings is a champion for civil rights and economic justice she added that they reject racist attacks against him and support his steadfast leadership an airforce general John heighten has been nominated by president trump to fill a high ranking slot the defense department but the generals accused of forcing himself on a subordinate many allegedly tried to her her career because she refused his advances despite those allegations that than a committee decided to move forward with the confirmation hearing next week hi Tim will be in the hot seat maybe the first time we publicly hear him address those allegations that's A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott the Supreme Court clearing the way for president trump to use money from the Pentagon budget to build a one hundred mile wall along the border with Mexico the court lifting orders that barred trump and his administration from using military money the Woodstock fiftieth anniversary music festival may be over with before it starts organizers have reportedly released all of the artists from their contracts after moving the festival from Watkins Glen New York to Columbia Maryland former red Sox slugger David Ortiz recovering at home now more than six weeks after being shot in the back in the Dominican Republic he was released from hospital in Boston yesterday remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred WLW dot com hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW on.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Winded boo hoo we're collection of storing this happen whatever I want to know your schlep rock story what's happened you in a cluster of events are just bad luck scenario whatever else we can have fun with this you can also tweet your injury pictures and dumb just mishap ugly injury pictures hashtag that at sterling radio in the know will get those shared and post those on the blog a little bit later in the meantime seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred eighteen T. Lawrenceburg Mike it's your turn was sterling on the big one payment I'm all right unlike the luckiest man on the planet is ridiculous as that sounds because it could have been a much worse scenario but I you know is it feels weird to say lucky in the midst of the chaos of lance will find an acorn that that's exactly right okay hi I bought a brand new neon like nine nine four eight C. R. hi it was for like racing series the American club racing why they had rate to five which you probably saw the first day I went to work on a flat tire going to work what are coming home do they like our own in the work but I come home from work what about four tires that's unreal in a brand new car the brand new tires that were racing and so it's like that's fine that's my little tale well why would they do when they tried to to replace yeah because I mean I don't yeah I don't think they give you you know in a freebie that bomb Walkman you know it's like my wife was not very happy with me let me put it to you like that no I absolutely understand that not not tires for the over the road right now with the way we still they're still working on fix all these potholes or whatever so chuckles there's a lot of people dealing with that I know that was the case just the other day listen adding rocky it was crazy Mike I appreciate the comment thank you all right so we had some dumb mishaps let's look let's try to have fun with this right I mean and I want to who about it it it just is what it is is a there's a friend of ours used to say Tracy Jones and that's that is it is the way it is so I don't know where the car problems or whatever just bad luck scenario at five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred eighty anti your chance to get interactive here's the other thing I don't mention this is just wild to me blink it one eighty two is is like on the road we can we come back after your at twelve thirty four I'll talk about I was a co headlining thing or an opening act situation but it but just a a strange deal where you eat low Wayne is supposed to I guess he's opening technically it when you're opening for another actor or comedian or or doesn't matter de is sometimes it's not necessarily your audience in an entirely and he had some issues with that I will explain what an opening act is supposed to do for those who don't know and maybe educate him and I think we either because of attorneys who sat him down or had a conversation with him and said you know contractual you might want to suck this up and and deal with it he may or may not have had some bad luck stuff that you just you just fight on through whatever is said that you know not going right for your life your hard luck bad luck mishaps lebron stories because it your slip rock sterling on your Sunday hanging out before Reds Iraqis look to get in on it and they'll be a tire group of guys on the field and on the radio this afternoon just after three o'clock first pitch we'll get you with the inside pitch after two o'clock between then and now it's us try make sense of things and have a little fun on your Sunday here in.

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One pound seven hundred AT and T. lots going on crackers Quaker state of four hundred that's going on the role in in the heat of the hot as it always is Kentucky speedway Sparta the place to be heard said earlier bunch of great interviews good conversation should be a good win tonight has been and always is I I the taco behayelit stay hydrated is what I'm trying to tell you Reds on the road in Colorado first pitch seven ten tonight get you ready for that after six o'clock ten Rourke on the mount heard about that from at three to loss last night and we've had issues with the gun violence I've talked about it and I want to go on forever but I mean it's a serious issue for you if you're affected by it certainly that's a neighbor's situation or neighborhood situation it's a problem which leads me to this and you can sign off on that so far what there if there is a solution to it I think we had a lot of good points being made made and that says the issue of illegal gun trade and drug trade issues and neighbors being able to to be good neighbors which is you got a place your own neighborhood to a point and I don't mean you have to get out and engage these bad actors doing bad things you don't want to end up being a statistic but sometimes you got to let the the police know what the hell is going on because they can't be everywhere all the time often they're only there after the worst has happened that I think that that makes sense right I in the midst of all of that also the the issue we got to this from a Huck Finn on a Twitter sister the gun genie's out of the bottle weapons training matters we had a marksmanship extracurricular activity in grade school I remember in high school I think they have some like that of a one to five high schools one of them had at us as well when I was younger that's what he meant she said he learned quickly to have respect for firearms so like this is harsh penalties for illegal possession is a deterrent got to enforce it though and that is that is it I think in many cases and you got to be able to let somebody know and I know this is a lot of people don't want to hear this and I've said it before and it's weird because I get paid from a lot of different people for a lot of things because I you know what it is when you make too much sense people get upset when I hear the truth here's the deal you got to take responsibility for your actions it's important to be able to help people when they are in need and that means a hand up it also means taking personal responsibility for your actions and whether it's god in your life or some other type of forcing it it may be just as simple as this treating people would you like to be treated common sense having families involved in supporting each other is important in a community and family is is a part of that dad maybe being in the whole can certainly help my dad was a complete absence he was avoid yet I'm not a statistic I'm not locked up at Lucasville or something along those lines but I had at my mother's brothers a couple of them into those that were married in the were uncles that were strong figure said to show me to how to live I guess and my father is sometimes you can be by way of subtraction and avoid he allowed me to see what what it actually maybe takes to be a man which is actually being there and handling your business even if you're not with that woman anymore you can stand up and still be a father in support in some fashion I don't just mean money the money would help the fact is she did it on our own she worked her **** off to give me opportunities to have food on the table roof over my head and I was a latchkey kid for a lot of the time so I don't necessarily know what the difference was accepted to she put the fear in me in not even necessarily fear but she asked questions that were of concern now that they were legitimate when I did something stupid and she would ask me and also I just wanted to get the beating you know you wanna giving us a I'll give you a switch on a you know a lot of guys about whatever and she didn't like give me corporal punishment all the time I I like to joke an exact you know they exaggerate a little about it and she always is I wish you would say that people tell me if I don't listen I don't hear the people say they heard it I didn't you sorry she's the best but does what she did do is walk me through stop and ask me why I did what I did what why I thought it was a good idea in why I if it was doing it repeatedly what was wrong she said are you retarded I do you know which can't say that now but you go what's wrong with you do you need to you know do you need help you whatever now everybody's on the group will they get the drugs and stuff maybe this is something of a somebody mission just before the news and I'm gonna ask you this too maybe your conditioning is the problem that would be a we don't have everybody doesn't have it in people do have it now so there so the fewer people outside the ring gauge with it being involved in their community when it's hot like this and there are crimes is bikes in violence that happens when it heats up it's not just drug trade but it'd people out on the street up to no good they want to be in their apartments too hot they get angry frustrated aggravated it and react violently often times and out of of of that uncomfortable feeling so maybe we should have some type of program subsidizing air conditioned we do it for the winter we don't want people to freeze to death maybe we shouldn't have people in sweltering heat situations suffering through that aggravation it might be cheaper in the long run together everyone air conditioning or at least everyone ceiling fans or fans in the windows or something along those lines I mean what can we do and then along with this to have a little fun because if you've got somebody who is a drug dealer or somebody else who was a here's the thing if you're doing illegal bad things but you know you don't do it where you live then you go into the bad you know from from your neighborhood to another area to make it a bad neighborhood that's a problem right but if you've got a bad neighbor I wanna know if you've had bad neighbors what type of situation have you dealt with and how have you dealt with it or have you been the bad neighbor whether it's loud music fireworks all kinds of ours were leaving trash all over the place cars park where they shouldn't Patty mention this and it was a tweet I'll get to in a minute that somebody and you can find it at sterling ready for a follow along should paddy was exasperated frustrated aggravated sad upset it was it made me feel bad and I don't have all the answers for her so to me you're a bad neighbor scenario seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred on eighteen T. to get hammered and Chris and Larry and Jim and room for you on the big one seven hundred WLW Chris I appreciate your holding what's happened hi Hey I am in a shooting here in Hamilton to and I think a good start would be to stop demonizing law enforcement I mean I agree who who is demonizing a policeman the politicians to start are they I mean yes a copy guilty until proven innocent and I don't think that's a good way to start we should be painting the pulley making them are are you know putting them back on a pedestal I don't know that I hear a lot of lawmakers maybe it is saying too many derogatory things at all about police but I mean when a police officer makes a mistake just like if I make a mistake or you do on your job I think it's important also to hold them accountable for said activity don't you I know but when I make a mistake or I don't know about you but if I make a mistake I don't have right in the street or politician you know suspending me for months no that's true and then found innocent maybe six months later after the right after the pension and the court of law says well you know you did it right no we don't they should get the same see if you ask me well I think there are I think it starts there no I think there's a that's part of it I think a lot of times the people the public arguably for whatever reason historically or otherwise in that's up for debate and it's weird because you can have two people who are the same age living in the same place more or less have different viewpoints see it and we see this now politically a two people to look at the same thing and say it's completely different to what it was people do make a mistake the differences of of so surgeon does it on the table the call of practicing medicine you might end up dead in its in ops if law enforcement makes a mistake in envelopes it could also mean at the talon here all the lights and that's why it's important I appreciate the call Chris and I'll say this and it's a serious issue ugh you know when law enforcement stop someone you need to pay attention to what you're asked to do that doesn't mean that every cop does the right thing all the time and I think body cameras are important one to show when a something go side ways it can show proof of what went on it believe people can look at the same video and say it different things all together I mean it's a mere ricin as it is situation with that poor kid up in the Cleveland area is a perfect example if you don't know in talking about do a search on that you can find it without going in depth on it but in the same respect you got to respect them and what they do and in the situation where somebody's gonna treat them with this respected be aggressive towards them and harsh they're going to get that back in many cases in the differences of course if you don't know when you're walking up to a car you don't know when you're engaged in some type of interaction was somebody what may end up having to you and you want to go home and you want to be safe you're going to do whatever you can to defend yourself knowing this on the outside and always and I knew this early on as a kid I knew the danger of fire arms treated with respect I knew not to point at something later on in my life whether was hunting or otherwise unless I was ready to eliminate that threat or to you calls a grave harm to that creature of one type or another to destroy it effectively but in the same respect you got to know where the police are coming from in in the you know if somebody's fear of their life whether you you know on either side of that situation when it comes to law enforcement you got to be aware of the danger you got to be aware of that cheat up emotional scenario in try to de escalate rather than escalated but there it is a big problem right now with that that big blue line in that divide in many cases it for a lot of people it is a problem it is dean Larry Jim coming up your chance to get Iraq about like to have some fun everyone's to be serious about your bad neighbor situation we'll get to some of the stuff straight away more sterling seven hundred WLW 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"one pound" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on From Scratch

"Emissions is livestock roughly eighteen hundred gallons of water is used to make one pound of steak Ethan launched beyond me in two thousand nine and the company's products are found in stores across the United States including whole foods. Walmart Ethan is originally from Washington DC, welcome. So much for having me. It's a real pleasure to be here. I want to start by talking about meets issues. Can you give me some more detail around that human health, and you look at heart disease, diabetes and cancer? There's a growing recognition that there's a link between meat consumption, and those health and the World Health Organization, probably the most effective work, most recently, where they put me in a category process meeting a category. That was the same as Esa Gretz then you go to, to climate when animals are breathing there'd been in carbon, and so it seems like a minor issue. But if you think about the number of animals, we have on their surface and the fact, they're all breathing. And you add that up, you guys should come up with that fourteen percent of greenhouse gas emissions being attributed to, to actually just the fact animals on their surface in such numbers reading, and you look at natural resources all across the country resource issues of one kind or another, depending on where you live then lash, a welfare now, people on a handheld can see how their food's being made. And I think more people saying, I'm not in agreement with that particular system. You said just the fact that the animals breathe yields a certain amount of carbon. Well, what about human beings? I mean we breathe carbon dioxide. And of course, that yields that helps with photo, synthesis. But is there an amount of carbon even beyond that, that also leads has dilitariness affect to put it in context we ways, and we slaughter about sixty six billion animal's ear? Right. So think he'll the human population big, but it's attempt to that, right. You know so, so that's the issue. So why isn't there more regulation? We think of the auto industry, for example, highly regulated to decrease the amount of pollution that yields. Why has not the same amount of regulation existed in agribusinesses it just because of the strong lobbyists. It's a really interesting question, and I think it goes deeper than that, certainly that is a factor. It's one thing to be put a new app out or or you know, I was talking about the landline. Versus cell phone, and that quick transition, we had another thing to change how we protein Ida may hit is protein was such an important part of, of, of how we evolved party, even when we were home sapiens. Meet played enormously important role in our development. If you think about the human brain only started to consume it was about six hundred cubic centimeters over the course revolution..

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"one pound" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"one pound" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on WTVN

"Stuff and all the people from around there throw all the stuff in the whole into just been going on for a long time. Well, you know, I got this thinking one day how come the whole filling up? It must be all the poll. That's the thing to consider. Sure as you throw stuff in it for decades, literally. And so you know, I used to be a. I would say pretty close to professional shark fisherman site couple of huge fishing reels went out there and started letting the line down. I figure after one did you wait the line? Oh, yeah. There's there's in fact, the original line is still down. There have just been adding to the line and keeping track of how much line I've used so I have not reeled in. How much weight is on there? There's a one pound weight at the bottom of it one way on it wait its triangular one pound weight. Okay. And so that's at the bottom of it at first. So in other words, it would go down kind of like a plumb, Bob, exactly, exactly. In fact, I have a rigged across the Sadyrov at there. And it goes, you know, goes straight down the center there and occasionally try to move the line there, but lame moving that much line. You really can't do a whole lot with it. But it seems to you know, there seems to be it's not resting again and against anything at this point here. And it continues to go down for you Lee. So what I was out there earlier, I let out a little bit more light. And so you actually went out there tonight after I read it, exactly. Oh, man. Well, you know, it's.

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"one pound" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One pound seven hundred AT and T deer park James on the big one was sterling how you doing? With you. Right. You carry around. Yeah. At the top. Show. Yeah. You can do. You. All in the family. I think it'd be great. I don't know how they would re imagine it I loved that show is a kid in it, certainly Archie bunker. You know, who I think probably Charles s Dutton. I think would be great. I think he could pull that off. And he can do it. Well, and I'm sure there are some talented people out there that I have no idea who they are. Okay. Remember how the jeffersons got mixed in? Yeah. I love that show. It's sort of spun back, right? No, I think it would be too. And I think a lot of ways those same issues haven't really necessarily changed and there's probably. They could be certainly I think attacked and made compelling and entertaining at the same time. Yeah. That's right. I think that'd be a good one to James said. Well, what was it? You said you also mentioned initially. You were calling till you heard on hold about the shows that you make a comeback carrying stuff around that sort of unusual. What do you have that you carry with you just increase or whatever? You gotta promise not to us. Well, I can't I'll try. Okay. I won't laugh. Now when I was in grade school. Right. Clowning? Right. Oh, yeah. That'll hurt. It was. A lot of people have issues with that. Because it's cosmetic. What do you carry your prosthetic tooth or something? Oh, you carry your original tooth? I had somebody the other day. Tell me that she wears her kids teeth the tooth fairy, which exists certainly kids. And I know they get like a buck now or something I used to get like a quarter. But she said she carried her kids teeth with her at all the time like not all of them. But like one or two I think for all three of their kids. So you're not alone in that. I don't think that's too strange at all it's different. But I don't think that's all right. That'd be need to carry it in your pocket, or I don't know. You do whatever you wanna do Kelly seven hundred wwl w was sterling how you doing? How are you? I'm okay. What what's going on? You carry some strange with you or talk about show's coming back. What's on your mind? Longmire? I'd love to see longmire come back love that show. Yeah. Often. Even if they just did a movie one off to come back because I think it was on for like four or five years and the Netflix bought it from CBS or the production company. Right. Yeah. Read some of those books and their great. Yeah. There's a very large fan base. They in fact, do longmire day still out in Wyoming, all I had no idea. People just go out there and do what drink and the people that were actors on the show come out and make an appearance, and they have like a three or four day thing about it sort of like the big lebowski down like in Louisville or whatever. Yeah. Or and they do that actually all over the country. Yeah. Sure. Okay. And her thing that I carry around I may a certain number which in the community emergency response. Number and I usually carry a backpack full of emergency foot. I used to work for the state patrol. I you never know when you're gonna roll up on a crash, and if you can provide her state and kind of keep people calm and know what to tell people when they get there kind of as a help. Yeah. That's a great thing. So if I ever have a mishap or some type of catastrophe Kelly, I hope you're nearby to help me. Well, I hope otherwise we'll just hang out. It was good to talk to Kelly. Appreciate you. Listen quick break comeback. What do you carry with you? That's unusual that if people like what what do you care net for teeth emergency care kit who knows. It's up to you seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred AT and T and also shows that should make a comeback. Elliot's just sent me a thanks in Miami. Vice I I to I thought they could actually redone that show. But maybe maybe they didn't maybe it's just a blunt head trauma. Making me think that's the case your chance to get interactive on the other side more sterling back in about five minutes..

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"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Big one pound seven hundred eighteen it's interesting. I'm watching the, you know, the thing with governor north and he's still hanging on. And we're kind of forget about that story because we moved on to other things I think the new mantras you just hang on long enough. If you could just deny long enough for just dig your heels in people, forget the move onto the next thing. And so literally, where's the accountability? We're in the post, I guess guilt era. But at the same time, I think a lot of this stuff. It's not going to what the truth is doesn't matter anymore because you're gonna convince yourself and your core supporters that what you say is gospel, and there's always going to be a conspiracy theory just don't back down, which I think is very healthy for us to and we saw this to a large degree too. If you think about it in the Knicks Samnang case, right? Did everybody who jumped all over Nick Sanmen is being a racist? When they saw the video that essentially showed that he really was the adult in the room. You still have a whole bunch of people not backing down. I had the guy on from the local Indian group on last week. And if you heard that interview same thing, it was doubling down on everything somehow Nick man in the Cup CAF kids are racist. Because he his family hired the same PR firm that Mitch McConnell hired. I mean when you start throwing stuff like that out, you're grasping at straws in the most sickening part about this. Is there people still standing? With Nathan Phillips going. Yeah. You're absolutely right. And what you did. And this is where we are today. Whether it's that, whether it's what's happening in Virginia or the Jesse smaller case we live in an era where there's no shame anymore..

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"one pound" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Day on every private school child for one pound one St. schoolchild, which which is a staggering gap. And the the book is called Britain's private school problem. So let's move onto the problem is. In a sense. What motivated you to write the book? And what is the problem in? I think the very cool if the problem is the fundamental unfairness. Education is is different from other purchases education. Determines the shape of society determines who gets the prizes, and who doesn't two how life chances are. And also the nature of the education with over long-term effects that that has for for for for for child and wearing situation where children of on the hold the affluent, the wealthy have his privileged education resolves to three times the level of of state education. They already start with considerable of arches and yet they then at school these advantages. Hugely entrenched the schools the private schools have really got for act together. Lost Tecate or to academically are brilliant getting high exam results getting places of top universities for for for pupils. Very good at gaming the system in order to do that as well as the quality of actual teaching a class sizes a half those in in the state system, it acts as a real block on social mobility down with as well as with which we forget what social divisions work. John gold for great sociologists still still still still with us always insists two-way process, and it's very obvious to block out with social dominance of the perfect education in the top positions of semi aspects our national life, but Madan would is essentially not particularly talented or industrious privately education pupils yet to a better university of very as it were deserve to go to over promoted. And of course. You know that place goes to to that candidate Rodman the state school candidate. And it gives them a sort of floors it were for future future life. So it's blocking down with as well as outward, and it's to say our top professions top provision. Inverted commas are still very private school dominate the such trust, which is which is very respected very respect to charity and just terrific research in this area. Comes up with figures flirted ficus that shows that degree of dominance. So if we're talking about media overlord to an extent business and to significantly stint. Politicians? I mean, the a couple of moments just to identify one. Where was that moment when the archibishop of Canterbury, the mayor of London, and the prime minister all being to the same school each, and, of course, and also moments I think in two thousand fourteen when Nikki Morgan went to became an education minister, and at that point every ministry the education department was privately educated, which is it given talking about the privilege cases, six percent of seven central put planners is kind of staggering figure, which path my favorite favors. Right. We're putting it which is I think comes from the C LSU research says that you on ninety four times more likely to end up in who's who if you went to one of the Clarendon historic his the great historic schools to the eastern the Winchesters and so on. Yes. Yes. Yes..

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"one pound" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"one pound" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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