19 Burst results for "One Twenty Five Years"

Best of 2020

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:58 min | 4 months ago

Best of 2020

"Lucky for me. Growing up in a family where i was. I'm the fourth generation. Also cillian yorkers luckily in new york. Everyone uses her hands. I mean just as such a part of who we are new yorkers. My mother actually went to school. You know she came out with a lot of experience. Is you know in the hearing community and You know my mother often would go to studio fifty four new york actually. She is big dancer. Used to go there all the time and is very very very good within reacting with hearing people so when we were kids of course my mom was very much sort of that bridge right. She kind of taught us how to you know work interact with young people. My my mom always really pushed on her to play on hearing leagues to play sports. And you know when of course we would always asked like. Why are we playing here kids. She's they at some point. You have to learn how to interact with them and now looking back that experience. I'm incredibly grateful for that. Gave me right. I never really felt a big difference between hearing people enough people. I really more or less felt that hearing people just spoken to language you know. They were kind of a foreigner arms kind of foreigner all of our raw close friends in the neighborhood role hearing so it really wasn't interesting experience. Certainly and that of course contributed to my experience on america's top model and now with my career in the industry ninety percent of the people that i work with live in the hearing world. So you know for the first twenty five years of my life. Things are very different but of course really impacted that. I'm so thankful you know. But i definitely wasn't sheltered by any means we'll sports that makes so much sense is a great idea especially because baseball has signs. What what sports did you play. Yeah absolutely absolutely To be honest with you. I played just about everything i could. You know baseball. There's actually a really interesting history. You know dating back to sign for strike were to ball or to all the different gestures and those were actually created years ago by deaf. Baseball players name was dummy hoy and he was the first baseball player who ever made it professional in the eighteen hundreds and when he got into the police he communicate with people and so they developed a essentially a system of hand signs or hand signals and the rest is history. Now we see that you know those hand signals have made it to all sorts of other sports how we communicate across fields and yet because of percent while i was i was reading the gala. That is where the football Huddle originated because folks were signing and needed for anybody listening that want anybody to be able to signing. And they didn't want people to see the signs right yet against playing against another football team. Obviously if you're communicating sign language across the football field you can see you know across the football field. You can see exactly what the other team is planning for. So that's where the huddle was invented. And you know i. I don't know why hearing people thought it was great idea but you know i guess they really love it now. You see it on. Tv every sunday right. I mean i get. I mean maybe it also just. Is that thing of you know feeling protective in lake. You're part of a group which again would be mood. Which makes so much sense. Why your mom would suggest that like it's it makes perfect sense and i also curious now that i'm like realizing 'cause i just had the we're listening. D do you interact with podcast you personally as a human to be honest with you. It's kind of another thing. So podcasts are typically just done through spoken english in with and with a lot of them. Dan provide transcripts which pretty extensive and occasionally. I'm happy to to pull it up and give it a read through but it's not the same experience as it would be. You know to listening to a conversation you know if there were podcast with you know say sign interpreting or something that i could essentially listen to you through my eyes. I think it'd be a lot more comfortable and i. I might even be a fan. But i think it anyway but you know honest with you. I don't have any favorite podcast. Really come to mind. That makes perfect sense. I mean i will say. I do not think it is a an art that is accessible like. I just don't think that it's something that folks are focused on making it accessible for for hurry appearing folks and i won't even say as a comic you know A lot of times. When i've provided in asl interpreter. Which i've done many times. It usually comes per request. Which again is something that like. I could continue to work on But it is it is the rise is on the deaf. Hard of hearing person to send me some random tweet or to get in touch through my management overbooking. The show and that has happened many times. But like one fucking bummer to have to constantly work to be accommodated right right. Definitely definitely you know. It's it's always a matter of reaching out but it's just so become part of a part of what it is you know. We oftentimes which wish accessibility just come to us. Yeah you know it's funny. I actually for Trump's large meetings and for his large rallies you know he he doesn't provide interpreters and so a group actually sued the white house and finally they are putting access and transcripts up live while lawsuit and that makes much sense to that that that it would be important. I mean to read what he's saying that specifically that person versus being able to see what he's saying comprehend what he's saying in a visual format like that is so it is so impactful. His presence is so impactful in a negative way. But it's it's part of stuff fidelity. You're absolutely right. you're absolutely right. Yeah i mean honestly he downplayed the whole thing right and continued to deprive millions and millions of americans. You know of their access to participate in the democratic system and to vote. I mean it's just while do you think there is there any is there anybody. Is there any art form were. Who's doing a good job with this. Is there anybody doing a good job. Making things accessible for you like just in general. Yeah i mean now that. I guess now that you're saying time like this feels like it would always be on you. You know like i just. I can't think of something. And i thought maybe you had that like magic. You're like this team. Yeah i mean it is definitely a constant. It's constantly constantly a lack of access But yeah. I can't think of anyone specifically while i mean i i will pursue for my partner is. She has an autoimmune disease that affects her energy level and affects her ability to get around show also and she can use some if she's walking sticks like as a as an aide but the particular ones that she uses their hiking sticks so i think it can look like i think it can look like stuff's going on right in the she also visit visually. She's one of those people who doesn't necessarily look like she's dealing with right and It's been really. I opening traveling with her that so much. A part of general community of disability is really just an invisible. Definitely

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U.S. consumer confidence slips in October

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

02:51 min | 1 year ago

U.S. consumer confidence slips in October

"By the way we did get US consumer confidence numbers came out for October okay for the month of October they were expecting one twenty eight member I talked about this yesterday I said expecting one twenty eight even if it goes to one twenty is not going to matter much but anyway it's a one twenty five and nine so what actually went up from the previous month just down below what was anticipated they were expecting one twenty eight we got one twenty five nine nonetheless consumer confidence continues to rise by the way just to put things in perspective the ten years speak for the ten years before president trump they had seen out one hundred handle or consumer confidence so I mean you know I think maybe there was that I think there might have been a month in the nineties during the Obama administration may be two thousand thirteen but anyway just to put it in perspective we're talking about one twenty five year will say one twenty six one twenty six it's insane I mean we're we're not that far only six points away from an all time high again in consumer confidence and by the way this is an October number so that means we're going in just saying we're going into Black Friday with the consumer confidence numbers spendings already been through the roof will get a better idea of our consumer spending for the month of October or Friday we actually get those numbers I believe I'm looking at now no that's coming out tomorrow and it's just a number number okay I thought maybe is going to be okay yeah yeah okay so we're getting our spending numbers coming out for September tomorrow but we're going into Black Friday with a consumer confidence number of a hundred twenty six Schumer spending has been doubly good so all this is very very good just a great number mainstream media is saying U. S. consumer confidence for October comes in at one twenty five expected one twenty eight I'm sure there's a headline out there saying consumer confidence drops Bloomberg even maybe even a Bloomberg number this somewhere out there there's a number in my and I would suspect this says U. S. consumer confidence drops for the month of October I'm sure that's what it says

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"I say six. I was going to say six so let's go seven brian. You almost had it if you would add the word teen to it. It goes all the way back to two thousand three really good weeks four have been teen dot. I got it back that they're all all the way back there. I did not go through and check every individual here to confirm that they were week. Four flag that was that was actually on my to do list this evening but with running run around with stuff with kids. I'm like you know what i think. We've got it because i'd have to go in each year but yeah it seventeen and it's been and out of like the twenty one twenty five years that they've been the carolina's been in the league. I think twenty five. It's been either twenty or twenty one that they've played in the preseason. There was a break in there because it's seventeen straights since two thousand three to remember because that was the year i got married so i'm going into my seventeen th anniversary next year so our remember that one but i thought that was crazy. I knew it was a long time. My guess my guess would have been eleven until i looked it up because i knew it was pretty high. Here's the question now steelers three you know in the preseason. Do we want that for now in the preseason for do we want that three and one in the last twenty years how many teams have won the super bowl going four now in the preseason the last twenty years the last twenty years zero. I'd have to say zero. What's not zero but it's never high one in the last twenty years. It's three wow okay but in the last fifteen years it's been one so that means that there was two of them early liane so that the most recent team to win the super bowl and go foreign the preseason was the two thousand and thirteen seattle seahawks that they went forward onto pre preseason but then the patriots went for the preseason in two thousand three and one super bowl which is funny 'cause ironically the next year they went one in three and all but then also on the super bowl and then the ravens sorry. It's just hard to even talk about them. If i if i don't have to in two thousand ravens at super bowl in the same mm sentence just makes me cringe but in two thousand eight four now in the preseason but what's what's interesting is that if you go back over the last just fifteen years there are more teams that went oh and sixteen after going four and a teams that won the super bowl after going forward now because both the browns rounds and the and the lions both went both had their own sixteen years after having a great preseason so do we really. I want to win this game thursday. I say yes because i say let's buck that trend. Let's go for no. Let's show you got the depth and everything else but if you really want the breakdown over the last i just what twenty years because it was a nice round number that <hes> three teams have won the super bowl going four and eight teams have won the super bowl going three and one sixteenth have won the super bowl going here. They were to put that up. I did not but i i didn't touch it. There has been three teams that one and three in the preseason and went on to win the super bowl but i can't find anywhere that goes back twenty years that someone went that that didn't win a preseason game and won the super bowl. Actually i saw a stat today. The last time that happened was the year strike in eighty was eddie too too so i don't know the preseason means something that you got at least when something but it doesn't mean everything that you need to win all the games so remember that not going into thursday. I'm a superstitious guy <hes> and so. I wanna say that if they lose this one i'll be fine..

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"The not master chef. But, you know where you come in, and you're your chef for a day, or whatever one of them shows like she does those little, little paychecks that I got a pretty decent along the way. So I don't think our fifteen minutes is that while she did do Sports Illustrated sports? Right. So, so for her to still kinda show that she's taking her may career serious because big move like that, who wants to move let alone all the way across the country, and then she's got married. She moved the flyway. And she's I I've just seen more statuesque one twenty five years. I felt like fifteen was perfect for her, but she said the way cut just note. I'm not gonna do that. Okay. We're here. We're listening drastic way. Cutting extremely, cutting we're just we're not trying to do that to the athletes if that's she didn't wanna do fine. But you move to twenty five and you can tell man, she's just not one of the bigger gals in that way class. So I wish you the best of luck. But I feel like one more. Loss in just we move onto the next one, you know what I mean. It's as simple as that. I'm telling you, man. MMA doesn't stop for anybody. And you can pretty much say that the same for the U of C. They just don't Nate the as is returning. In August after three years. You know what happened since then the UC sold. And. Do you see not missed a beat without this guy? I mean they broke the record. They Brittany Nate and Connor held the record for most papers. They shattered that one. Somebody else came and him and Connor shattered it. So one person holding out or whatever they may be able to help themselves out from time to time. But. I don't know. Man. I agree with you to a certain extent. You're right, people can leave in the US's not going to go anywhere. But there has to be something there's something to be said to how they also chase people. Right. They chase Connor lot who lay chase Brock. The you have seen. I don't think they would chase them if they weren't worth something right? Because you would just go go do wrestling, then forget you got all these guys. But they do still go after them. So they have some kind of Allieu. It's just I think that value sometimes can get. Well, they're mad. They all think that they're like equal, I think so. I think if Nate is talking to Brock and he goes, why you got paid ten million and I'm only getting this, I think fighters have that within them where they go. I step in the cage, too. I deserve what you get and it's not like that. And I don't think they understand that. Yeah, we're going back to page. My point is, I guess, just if she takes another loss. I, I, I won't say she says expendable as sage one I'm going to send it to Invicta or anything like that, right. Go. But I just think I think your star shines when you're winning. But when you're not, you know, like an easily go away..

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"So let's start out with with Jeff's reaction to the ethical implications of that line. Check it out. It's very interesting. I wanna talk to you about that. And canvas you're feeling because I'm interested in seeing what I can contribute to that conversation. It would be nice because you're you started it, right? Right. So maybe you can help me maybe before I leave here, you can even enhanced my thinking about it. So here's what my my current thinking is that well just tell you what's happened in this last in this next version that's coming out without ruining anything. We talk about some issues that came up in the one twenty five years ago, I talked about science and ethics issues. I like that. How polite? Donny sorts eating people. We call these issues. Well, that's true. But it's especially these issues that I I'm thinking about my character about which is ethics around science and all that that line in the one twenty years ago. Maybe now we want to tweak it a little bit where there's no ambiguity in. What we're saying? Which is that there's we shouldn't deprecate deprecate science at all we shouldn't indict science at all. And we tweaked my little speech. So I say something about whether it's still in the movie glorious science, I say something about the wonderful investigative curiosity, and the continuum of scientists scientific approach is a wonderful thing. But it's the exploitation and the non ethical school use of it for profit, screwy entertainment, cheap entertainment heaven forbid, militarism et cetera nationalism etcetera that must be fought with every breath in our body something like that all of those thoughts when through. My head. When I heard you utter that line twenty years ago. Really you one could say scientists. Yeah. These scientists these Frankenstein, Dr Frankenstein's, they gotta be you got to watch those guys I said to myself, he's blaming scientists. Oh, good. And which we met I, and I I don't want to do. I said scientists don't actually have the power that you think the actual power comes from governments and legislations and funding sources that have priorities that go beyond what a scientist does and the have. And then they decide how they want to use it. But I said I two movie we gotta let let the line. But now I said to myself as a time. Yes, see if you'll know if you've seen in you, see if you like this new one where I think we're clearer, and we tweet that so don't blame science. How do you feel about the urge of some to blame science for the fallout of the applications of science in the world? Here's how I feel about it. It's union. You want progress progress comes from science. Can it be misused? Of course, it can. And there is nothing that an individual can do except the well informed on what the issues are. So when this kind of misuse does come up like weaponisation space that people speak out against that? There are an informed electorate. I'm blaming scientists. What you can do that. Yeah. But it's like this young man, the sub they're powerlines. Their products are used by people who do have power. So do you have issues with with Goldblum movies for this reason? No, I just love the fact that he called getting eaten by dinosaurs issues. So Ross in your field are do you have controversial ethical issues going on right now? And I think specifically about a because you said now, it's a genetic analysis not just what bones fit together in a puzzle. So about cloning, gene editing that sort of thing, here's the idea that we can no go into that, you know, to the genetic material of the species and alternate in a way that is favorable to us or perhaps favorable to the organism. It depends on what the problem is. So in a way, you're playing God. No that brings up all kinds of issues of what the heck you think you're doing my view of it is nature by itself is not subject to human ethics. If it's not that there's good in the spout. It's just the way. It just is. But to the degree that we interfere with nature, which is inevitable..

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on KTRH

"Of how weird and unusual New York New York City is there the first twenty five years of my life. And and I was literally born in the same borough that he was born and not too far away from from where he lived. So, you know, the whole New York City kind of reality, and how people live their lives is so different from the rest of the country. That all I'm saying is what I see when I hear the president talking about like, this is a national emergency. And all these different things. It was for instance in October. Remember the whole thing about the migrants and like oh my God. That's right. Okay. And then, of course, the election happened. And then we didn't hear about it. Until of course, the Democrats needed to take power because they had one in the house, and as soon as that happened this whole thing got ratcheted up again. So, you know, the president is a kind of master through the apprentice. And being on TV. He has such a skill set. That's why he won against all those other Republicans. They were like bowling pins, and he just knocked them all he did. Sure. And he told people the right thing. Well, who didn't know who Donald Trump was? I mean, he had like a hundred percent name recognition. And if you if you thought about Lindsey grave at that point. It was like one percent three percent. So the thing is everyone knew who he was. And of course, the congress had just been a nine percent of thirteen percent. And all the scandals as an example. I mean to answer your question, partly when Nixon had to resign and that whole situation, the I've studied this for forty to fifty years now ever since I was almost a little kid, president Kennedy was born into this. Right. I mean the assassination of the president. I was thirteen so many other things in the sixties when I was a teenager the way I look at the presidency 'cause I studied this supposed historically as well as to astrology metaphysics is that. The country has guided by spirituality, let me put this way. I want to be really clear to everybody out there. I believe it's kind of a a Dallas, believe native American. We might call pantheon, but everything is.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Job Pathan dot org. Job NYC dot works. It is forty six degrees under cloudy skies in central park at this hour, and that's happening. I'm Erica herskowitz. Sports flash. I'm gonna go. The way of Joe minus the first twenty five years of his life. I've never seen anything. The nets have been cute and adorable, but they're not winning a championship. The Knicks have taken taking to a brand new level. The Rangers have been better than you expected. But they're still rebuilding. The islanders have played. Well, but they're still on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. How about the way they stuck at the JT over the weekend. Oh my God. Oh my God. Poor J T here to sit there and watch bars put up a hat trick. And there was nothing. Little job can do about it. Little John just had to stand there and take it little, Johnny. You've got a month in about three quarters. Because you know, what happens then you're not going to be in Canada. You're going to be on Long Island. But he's word that.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Steph fans it up into the basket screen by Damian Lee McKinney ray-ban coming out of the grave hot fucking. Your defensive player of the year. Power forward. Going a hundred miles an hour. I don't think asserting is strong enough staff. Steals drop. Wondering where that ten point lead went. It's an eight nothing warrior run with a minute. Forty two laugh stopping scores stopping score stopping score. Polled within a deuce now. You've got a perfect ideal situation. The free. Being down by one. We'll get a quick shot. They don't look like taking his time here the kings. Two points in the final four of the game. Chow down once twenty three thirteen with four twenty three laps and they win it one thirty one twenty five it's a seventeen to run to close the game for the most part most of the game. You know, we had ask FOX, and what do you call his tongue when the like is ridiculous. They are. So it was a challenge. So you know, we had to get back in transition. But getting our pays more important. And I think we did a pretty good job tonight for the most part. Been to to stray fouls the other. So I'll make plays in the highest stage came in December phases. So sporadic control. We did it didn't know last three minutes. There you go. Graf corral tell in detail. Dubs one thirty kings one twenty five years rally back. They were down by ten with just over four minutes left. And that was after the kings have gone on a twenty five to five run and the Golden State Warriors. They hit that with the game tied at one thirteen.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I'm taking his as to a bar and we're get shit faced and watching that game sit God damn American dream. That's why I like to hear Marin moving on to Cardiff versus Burnley can't wait to watch this match. I'm looking at the odds and after Burnley's shit pumping of last week and just wrecking house. I'm gonna take Burnley because they have the better odds Cardiff is that plus one twenty-five Burnley plus two ten over under his two point, five goals the over is might as one twenty five years plus one of five. Martin, I'm definitely taking Burnley. I love Sean Dyche. I'm biased, but I'm going to bet on Burnley. Yeah, I'm right there with you. Did card is one of the three teams that hasn't won and the Welsh steamed to just begin their ask this year. So, yeah, the worm eaters versus the Sheik, shatters on taking the where meters. Got damn sheep shagrue's. I mean, you look at the squad. I mean, Barnes. I mean, folks, I love Burnley. There's they haven't given me a reason not to. I haven't really gotten warmed up to Cardiff yet. You know, I've been so cuddly in close. This is like a new friend that they're trying to introduce him to my friend group. I'm not ready. I'm not ready to be closer. This friend of my friend group in Burnley. I've just they have a sick. I love Burnley's crest first off, like probably the best crests in the Premier League and it just just so cool. I just wanna be me and Sean as a fellow ginger, just a Mullah 'bout Burnley man. So I really don't have much analysis for this game is like I just I just fuck with Burnley really hard. Yeah, other too. And I mean, it's also easy to bet against the team that hasn't won yet. That's my analysis. Don't bet on the losers bet on the worm eaters. And like you said, like for whatever reason, over the past three years, you and I have developed just a complete love for Burnley for not much reason event Sean dyke. And so I'm going to continue doing that. Put all my money on Burnley and I'm calling it 200 burner. Yeah, I feel like they give up one goal. I feel like I'm the two one guy because it's such a comfortable. It is. I'm going to say this is ballsy one. Nil. Take the under. Take the fund sucker. It's gonna be a late goal. Burnley wins. You're going to think it's a boring. Nope of money on the line. You're gonna be hoping for that burn legal, moving on to bore miffed, pop, and cherries versus the war eagles. I guess Crystal Palace, this is also a toss up game. This is the Monday night game, right? So plus one twenty five for bore. Myth plus two forty for Crystal Palace. Marin this is over under a row. Quick over under is two point. Five minus one, twenty five for the over plus five for the Marin. I really this is another one where I'm like. I could see going either way, but I'm loving Eddie how I'm loving his squad. And I feel like they're going to have a big bounceback from Boardman never from Burnley from getting their shit kicked in. I'm going to have to say for myth winds two to one again. I'm. To you one, but to one because I feel the house going score for Crystal Palace. Yeah. I'm going to actually take the opposite result of you. I'm saying Crystal Palace gets the w. over born myth, Crystal Palace has been moving into positive direction, winning more and more games until their stumbled us weekend. Well, bore, myth is kind of going the opposite direction had fucking amazing star. Now slipping down the ranks. They just got there has kicked in by Burnley last weekend..

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is. Filling in friends thanks. For having me thanks for. Being here again what's coming up on twin cities. Live today today Steve is back, and we. Have, let's see well I know we're going to try some Chick-fil-A. Spicy chicken. Sandwich that's right so I know that's going. To be fantastic celebrating, lane all week long. Twin cities live we do this twin cities live in your. Town every month. We do it we're doing it for ten months this year because twin cities live is celebrating ten years. On the air so we pick a different town every month of. Those ten, today this. Week it's Blaine and so we'll be bringing you some more fun stories. From Blaine tomorrow I'm going to give, you an inside look at how global hair and beauty trends are set in Blaine by this amazing woman Etta Veda. Headquarters is, there I mean you're going to. Get this inside look at the cool List process cool so anyway we're all Blaine all the time all right very good. Bonus I, told you what we're doing today and tomorrow thank you Okay I. Also wanna remind people that we have confessions. Coming. Up today, at eleven thirty because it is. National tequila, day we want. To know what is your I had too much. Keila story Doesn't necessarily have to be tequila per se but what is your IRA too much. To drink story Ryan's got a whole. Book full of stories over there Oh my gosh So old that it's not. Even mine too My last week Range from two thousand eleven to last week Are you even old enough to drink when did you turn twenty one twenty five years ago You're drinking underage is what you're saying Breaking the law your. Math wrong I think it was nine So we'll be doing that at eleven thirty this morning you could always Email the show by going, to the Donna and, Steve show page at mytalk one zero seven. One dot com and, we'll get to. Some of..

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Pin moving forward to so maybe i would put it in that category as well but just how good he's looked so soon after coming back from saami john one twenty five year eight twenty three games in june he's got an own ninety three he's gonna play play play unplanned sandoval my goodness gracious able to do here a bags who do you think a favorite thing is good to go for for for cueto marga i'm assuming you have bumgarner cueto some margin holland dozier for those guys are locked in who do you think it's a fifth spot there's at stratton suarez has been pretty good rodriguez maybe a little green i'm not sure but who do you think is the leader in the clubhouse right now and we know it all could change in a couple of weeks i think they can afford to kinda just see how everyone's pitching at that time when they have to make those decisions because and they can do that because these guys have options and that's that gives them a lot of flexibility you know what they could even do i've thought about this if they wanna bring quite back but they're worried about overtaxing him you know maybe they could even devise a schedule where cueto is trying to just get them through the season maybe he's a once a week pitcher and they can you know not go with a six man rotation because you wanna keep on every day but they can even use the auction game with some of these other guys to bring them up and down and and i mean i don't think they'll do that because that hasn't really been bruce cheese style but i think it's an option that could be out there for them right now they can just go with the hot hand because you know they can send these guys up and down it's not like okay we're gonna send this guy out and he's got to get through waivers or we're gonna lose him i mean that's that's gonna make some of these decisions a lot easier to me bags is always thanks we appreciate it we'll talk to you next week okay look forward to it slap showman around for us would you thanks yeah he's into it with sergio roman he was not about this thing is taken off good he will take it sides this is crazy anyway good stuff yeah i always liked that all right well ready for the giants and the iraqis like a game to there we got some remnants and we have not hit we'll do all that stuff before the top then gets ready just after the top for the giants the rockies only here on the sports center tolbert don king npr sports leader hey everybody mr t here for mary's pizza shack still family owned and operated swimming at mary's homemade attain comfort food all made from scratch and they've been doing it for the past fifty nine that's right fifty nine years you know you're doing something right when you do it for fifty nine years one restaurant to over twenty restaurants and they're introducing new stuff new stuff is what it is i i know you like the old the old stuff and then sort of why but how do you think you do you think you have your favorites by trying and when you go in there so what you do is you get your old standbys whether it be the spaghetti with jamie balls the tortellini ola mary's maybe a toto's.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"I did it for two reasons one i wanted to see if this thing had gotten worse in the year and it didn't that's number one and he said you don't really need to do anything just do what you're doing and number two i said tell me about the arteries in my thigh now many of you know all about your cardiovascular system and you're paranoid about dying of a heart attack right we're we're all cardio neurotic in this country we've been conditioned by the lipa tor industry why the you know the cholesterol industry to think that that's the number one marker of whether or not we are we are gonna die young unfortunately for you the data doesn't support any relationship between cholesterol and i heart attacks incidentally but i don't want to go into the epidemic balaji there have been tests that we've all known about where you get an ultra fast cat scan for example of the arteries coming in and out of your heart right the arteries coming out of your heart and i had one twenty five years ago because i was paranoid my father had died young my grandfather my great grandfather the worst possible genetics on this subject in this area we're mine so i figured i'd be dead by thirty five i really i was freaked out it's one of the reasons i was searching for the the cure is and why i went into nutrition and got my phd in the field i was always trying to figure this out why why why so anyway the longest showed him and as we all worry about whether our arteries are clogging up i don't even communist worry about it did you know that even antifa professors who have health care for free worry about whether their arteries clogging so they can continue to beat up police sources and throw firepit fire sticks into mailboxes all right so about forty thirty five years ago i went to the university of california medical center one of the great universities and i had my first ultrafast cat scan i was so frightened of what it was going to show i thought that the arteries would be all you know kinda like shawki all right so the nurse takes the scan i'm laying there in the gown and i sat through a very timidly i said what does it show she's well i could tell you i'm not.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's been told by russia basically by putin and by a g in china that you're on your own if you don't disarm and you're attacked by the us that we will do nothing to defend you so you know i think he's he's in a position right now he's having to make some compromises now some people question very quickly john what's the source of your conviction that china and russia have told kim jong on that well this is what i do day in and day out and i have you know various contacts but also some inside media information that i that i used to write my papers that i do daily and i know for a fact that he cam has been put on notice by g and by putin that there will be no defense if he doesn't disarm and that really is putting enormous pressure on him because he knows it's the end of his regime as he knows it the reason i'm asking because i also follow north korea very closely and it doesn't sound plausible to me that china and russia be quiet well this is this is what i can tell you okay that she's willing to come to the table no one twenty five years under bill clinton under george w bush and under barack obama the kim family is marched toward a a nuclear tipped icbm and this is what they've been working on for all these years only under trump.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I think he's been told by russia basically by putin and by a g in china that you're on your own if you don't disarm and you're attacked by the us that we will do nothing to defend you so you know i think he's he's in a position right now now he's having to make some compromises now some people can i just ask a question very quickly john what's the source of your conviction that china and russia have told kim jong on that well this is what i do day in and day out and i have you know various contacts but also some inside media information that i that i used to write my papers that i do daily and i know for a fact that he that cam has been put on notice by g and by putin that there will be no defense if he doesn't disarm and that really is putting enormous pressure on him because he knows it's the end of his regime as he knows it well the reason i'm asking trailer because i also following north korea very closely and it doesn't sound plausible to me that china and russia be quiet well this is this is what i can tell you okay that he's willing to come to the table no one twenty five years under bill clinton under george w bush and under barack obama campaign the kim family is marched toward a a nuclear tipped icbm and this is what they've been working on for all these years only under trump has there been any opportunity right now to put the brass tacks on the table and to get him to negotiate a nuclearfree korean peninsula so of course the media gives trump no credit for that but i think there is credit due to him for taking a very tough position on camera i'm optimistic that if.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Go it again emphasized h arabic scoreboard in the sky to be able to get feedback on what you're doing and epoch swift esta yo you can do relatively inexpensive it could play with the pricing or just a whole lot of feedback you get in one fell the do the only any money of extra makes wendy on your but it can tell you that can it's one point of feedback about the fill the hangar accomplishing standpoint hanging who calls on the side on your warned buck every tuesday said questions from publishing stand by like ray how do you review your proposals and decide what you're gonna take on all the first is a visitor because he's the author tallin handsome uh that's secca k that's not the went back starring jack first thing is back to the big idea what is the big idea for a few new ideas blood kit how can there be referring or frames so that each fresh a look at it in fact our when i was talking gary a j but one thing is that they're talking about a book about focused guys you know there's or a ton of books are both focus on outraged at one twenty five years ago there's been a ton of david allah you know you this much folks out there and i said not a soak in what makes your book special and kerry said here's the question of egypt the question but the one thing i can do that i that everything as net i said that set ido dough 81 that stunned that that's it and so the question there so thin that flicked the switch for big before that it was just a conversation was in gaza lived to abortion and it all should for successful bush's people.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Board than i'll be wants to see your best ways this summer weather there in the backyard war on the diamond yours what you've got on social media were the hashtag mlb the play and will be jer from the best all season long near needs today picking up a 42 win over the mariners ads cleveland's lead on used in shoe game to the best record in all the american lead while the twins a ten four win over the tigers minnesota has now bill not a sizeable lead lead second wild guards vitamin d the american league by gains on the angels again a pitching james in houston gets baghdad's minute maid mark once again alongside resembled there's marquesses your ibreik thanks a lot avi angels try to get back to four and a half games behind minnesota they will do so against the astros bullpen they trail 42 as lance colors goes three and a third innings remain good dwon lefthander will face the left hitting luiz valbuena in here with one out nobody on in the top of the fourth any the guan six four two hundred five powder rookie at his first pitch and fastball up in in as bellboy at a duck out it away ball one twenty five years of age replacing what colors with just his second start of the month first in two and a half weeks which develop boyd a swings in sensitive third on the ground it's fielded by gurriella it'll take it himself for the second out of the unit at first space yuli gurriella three unassisted and it looks like it was aaa one batter trick for the left the verses left the.

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"one twenty five years" Discussed on KASI 1430

KASI 1430

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"one twenty five years" Discussed on KASI 1430

"Faces charges a burglary and the mastered assault police say they were called about an overnight attack earlier this month or a couple blocks couple woke up to the man's ex wife assaulting his girlfriend let's victim told avs are sera finland entering the face boulder in era dreaded joker in the unbroken that ausmus matching the front door last if convicted she could be sensed the one twenty five years in prison and over del high school students been arrested for threat on social media richard lee reports running compass emailed students and families about a snapshot photo the student holding the gun and another photo of i mean mission captain said something like i'm going to get those amounts teachers forgiving me an f on that quits but the principal says police went to the boys house fun up to the gun was actually an air pistol of the picks of hammel had been sent to i'm sitting did not have a real gunner ammunition he was arrested in released his parents compa says they're never appears to be a serious threat but that they take all threat seriously i'm richard late reporting i'd since name is not been released he faces school discipline as well as possible criminal charges i mean news alleged violations of the korean water act will cost a rock value dairy a lot of money the part of a justice and the dp a have announced the one under sixty thousand dollars that i met with melville very the agencies accuse merrillville of storm are off discharges and politte and discharges very is required is due clue no ducks in efforts and have an honored by a third party we have a cloudy forecast and a high of forty four today mostly partly cloudy tonight low of twenty eight mostly cloudy sunday that i will be thirty nine and monday alex partly sunny with a high thirty night i'm davis brauer on news talk fourteen thirty.

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