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"partya" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"partya" Discussed on Lovush

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"partya" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"partya" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Things. Hello again. Speaking of things that are at stake that you hear him in the background. I can hear him. Okay. That do not belong to a single political party. The grab. Behind course. The good news is. The condition of my soul is in the hands of God. But the Iowa caucuses are up to you. You like that's pretty good line. Yes. It's absolutely true. I like to go to hobby lobby and get that framed. What I'm saying? Is yet you could absolutely disagree with his ideology, his theology. Whatever I thought it was a great comeback though. I mean, I did. Yes. I mean, I thought that was good. I to by the way when you die. Did you see this story? This freaks me out. Man. Do you wanna talk about this? No you can. I mean, this discu-. I know this is kind of meat. That's what freaks me out about. It doesn't mean. This isn't like weekly world news known knocks news. This is real deal. Here's the title of the piece when you die, quote, you know, you're dead because your brain keeps working guy scientists claim oh boy. Man. Oh, so uncomfortable for me. Why? Because when I was dead when I don't remember being dead way went without a pulse for forty minutes, technically flatlined. Yes. Yes. So I'm flatlined. Yeah. And people ask me all the time. What happened during those forty minutes right to which I can respond nothing that I'm aware of. I wish I had a great story for you. I mean, I wish my mind was wandering in field somewhere, and I was running up to Jesus rogue or something. But I wasn't you were just out. I don't remember any of it. No. But this freaks me out because you could be clinically declared dead and your brain is still working. Oh, daddy. What they said. If only for a short time. How do they know that I guess brain scans would indicate that then right? This is the top medical experts take it again, this is from Fox News. Top experts have disagreed about this forever over what happens when someone dies. With anecdotal evidence. Like, you said a bright lights and flashes reported by people who have come back being the cause of a lot of debate. We've heard those stories many times. This study suggests your consciousness carries on functioning after your heart stops beating and your body movements fail, which yeah, it the frightening thing is you're essentially trapped inside your own body with your brain still working only for a short time. A little cluster full to begin with. But this didn't happen to you. And you didn't have a pulse. I don't think it did. I mean, I pretty sure it didn't. But Cowley, dude. That's frightening. What's going through your brain at that time? Okay. That this survey of cardiac arrest aware, what was going on while they were dead before being brought back to life, and it's just the deceased maven here themselves being pronounced dead by doctors. That's the weird part. Yes. I've heard I've got a book on this. Where people have heard themselves pronounced dead. But then come back and come back. Yep. And here the family around them. Yeah. Circumstances is not open, but this is all going on. And they're contain Leah ware of it. So in this then and this is doc, Dr Sam Partya studying consciousness after death examining, cardiac arrest cases, this is in Europe. And the United States said people in the first phase of death may still experience some form of conscious. I phase what does that mean? I don't know. You know, just you still have a sense of what's happening around that long. No because you are without oxygen to your brain. So it's only gonna function level for so long because after your heart attacks, you remember, nothing, I only thing I remember is hearing your voice say just change the name of the show, Jamie Markley show. That's not. No, I don't remember anything. I remember is being loaded onto an ambulance. Okay. And I remember them calling my name over and over again. To try to get me to respond in any way. I could which I couldn't. But I do remember that. And I was shocked back then and you don't remember seeing me until November months after why was there? Yes. Gosh, dang it. I listen. I wouldn't change anything about that. I really wouldn't. But I think about the hours spent there, and you didn't even know I didn't know, you didn't know you wouldn't remember. And then I could just lied later said. Yeah, I was there everyday man, but you could have were pretty much. But no, I mean, it's I don't I I wish everybody asked me that though, I mean, people are curious about what happens after you die, and I get that. Well, according to this guy doing the study said a lot of people described watching doctors and nurses working, and they'll describe having awareness of full conversations of visual things that were going on that would otherwise not be known to them. But that wasn't your experience different experiences. And then you know, as far as explaining when a patient is officially declared. Daddy, said it's all based on the moment when the heart stops, technically speaking, that's how you get the time of death. But there might be still some brain activity. It's fascinating for some people. It's frightening and terrifying. I understand. Well, I I well you said it's scary. It is scary. Because I can't I don't I can't think about it. I if I do I'll see I keep thinking if I have some sort of therapy like psychotherapy or something. That maybe I'll have some memory of it. I don't know. I'm not sure I wanna remember. That's the thing is man. You talk about a topper for a story a mic drop moment. No doubt. And he looked at me and said sorry, you got more work to do or the elevator shafts going to drop hang on you got one more shot. Yeah. That's it. I don't know. And if I'm if I'm of the Catholic persuasion, then I would have gone to maybe purgatory where you could afraid me in. I guess so. Yes. All right. Well, I wanted to bring this up to all right gears that all freaked out. Well, maybe this freak you out. Did you see this study about major league baseball umpires and how wrong they are? Yeah. People are talking about the robot on TV. We can all see what a ball isn't what a strike is. We do. Oh my goodness. This is crazy. They got the Scott thirty two thousand calls wrong in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. That's he's. That seems enormous. They have the technology to look at every ball and strike call and where it landed in the grid. And then you just that you would get the robot would make the call and whoever whoever's working like upstairs would relay that call to the home play down, then call the baller strike based on the information super quick. I mean, it would be super-quick. But if you put it up on the big screen, you know, right away. We know watching TV see that's the problem. I think because if we know if we know watching the game and everybody else knows by the big screen, then you gotta make the call right? Right thing pushed back on this because I like the human element. I like the fact you get kicked on up and getting his face and yell and scream and throw bats. And I like that element of the game, and it will be gone now because it'll be no question. But another thing you hear all the time. If you follow this game at all is you got your high strike guys. Low strike guys your corner guys. Finally that happen. I agree that should not happen. But check this out. There's another part of this just as far as technology goes. So twenty percent of the time the wrong, but when batters had two strikes the air rate for all increased. Incorrect calls happened. Twenty nine percent of the time. Almost double the air rate when the better had one or no strikes, and they also found out who thinks better the the newer ups manipulated or the old guys. I would think the newer because they would have more of a recent training or people have been recently grading them. So you think they'd be better? I would think but I'm probably wrong. They are are they really actually much better and much more accurate than the tenured veterans. I just find this interesting man, I know technology can be used for good things. Yes. And you keep it home played on who would call the safer alcohol at the plate. Yes. For fair.

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"partya" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"partya" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"And yet what he finds is that eighteen percent one eight reports near death experience. This is a remarkable finding that it was published in a prominent journal called the land set to go over these findings. And in the fact that a mainstream journal like that publish this. Finding is really significant. But beyond that, there was a more recent study by Dr Sam Partya where he looked at cart people in cardiac arrest, and one of the people in his study reported things that were happening during the time that his brain was off because they have the time stamps of, you know, right? And the things he was reporting they were happening during that time that his brain was off. Which is remarkable. Really really really interesting because I have interviewed a few people who've had these near death experience. And in all cases, like you've mentioned after that experience their life changes. They have a new concept of life, a higher level of gratitude and humility and the change careers or maybe they divorce with make a big shift in their life. And like you all to shared these things are definitely part of the experience, which is the experience of unconditional love doing that near death experience the ability to project astronaut project and look at your body from a different part of the room perhaps seeing the light and having that life review and all the experiences and all the memories that you've gone to throughout your life, positive or negative, and especially instances where you might have hurt or harm someone. And so it's it's a moment of judgement so to speak, but also like you mentioned the in F ability, the inability to articulate or use. Words to describe what exactly happened to them, which makes sense. And like, I think Wayne Dyer did mention that a spiritual experience cannot really be intellectualized. It can only be experienced and like Joseph Cambell wants mentioned the moment. You try to explain the Dow you're not explaining it. The vote to try to our attempt to explain something. Like, the Dow or an experience me like the near death experience, you're not really explaining it because it shifts, and that's the funny thing, I guess about Karna physics is that I guess the perceiver affects the experiments, right? And the. It's called the observer effect where the actual behavior of a physical particle will change when the person observed. So we have to wonder if consciousness is is involved in effecting the physical reality. Not speaking physical reality is let's move onto ballot battle realities and ordinate of universes, and you know, I just before our conversation. I was listening and watching to a podcast by Joe Rogan who talks a lot about these things. And what he was speaking about is the fact that they might be are maybe people have suggested that are ordinate in parallel universes. And there was connected with the presence of black holes, and which gives the ship do many galaxies way shape, and they say that there's a there's a black hole. And once you enter the black hole what you might be entering into is a new universe. So what are your thoughts on this? And do you believe they exist? Basil's the entities. Yeah. Well, I'm up at the the black hole theories. I'm open to those possibilities in. I think they need to be studied much further..

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"partya" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"partya" Discussed on Giants of History

"And after Spreen highlighted this point to Caesar, some sources say that Caesar actually asked that new sacrifices be made just to see if there were any other bad signs or omens at work. And apparently these new sacrifices did yield some bad omens so much so that Caesar decided then and there to cancel the Senate meeting that he had called for that day and return home. And it is said that Caesar sent Mark Antony to the Senate meeting to let them know that they could leave given. He would not becoming. For the conspirators part. While all this was happening on Caesar's side. They had all gathered at the Senate house for the days meeting somewhere around eight and nine AM. And there they waited for Caesar to arrive most likely tenses all hell given what they knew was about to happen. Now, I wanna know here that this Senate meeting would be taking place in a temple that was called the Senate house of Pompey. Now, Senate meetings at this time were being held in various locations around the forum and such as the main Senate house where the vast majority of Senate meetings actually took place was under construction in forty four BC, and it's not coincidence of history that this meeting of the Senate was being held in the temple dedicated to the man that had died during a civil war against Caesar. Even Plutarch notes about this fact that quote, it seems as if some God was leading the man meaning Caesar to the Justice of Pompey end quote. But again, the Senate had convened somewhere around eight or nine AM according to most sources and Caesar was expected around that same time, but the minutes kept ticking away, and Caesar was nowhere to be found. No doubt as time continued to pass those who were in on the plot started to grow worried and agitated and soon enough, whether it was Mark Antony who got word to them or some other messenger, the news that Caesar would not be attending started to make its way around the Senate meeting. And there are sources that say that at one point Caesar's golden throne that the Senate had awarded him and which was placed in the Senate house already in anticipation of his arrival. This golden throne was then carried out of the Senate house since he would not be attending anymore. And with this news, a sort of panic overtook the conspirators. They all knew that something had to be done to get Caesar to the meeting that day. Otherwise they would miss their one and only opportunity to carry out the plot before Cesar left for Partya. So of course, the only person involved. In the conspiracy who could possibly convince Caesar to attend the meeting, the spite the battlements left the Senate meeting and headed for Caesar's house. And that one person was, of course, decimates Caesar's friend and loyal ally. The man who just the prior evening had had dinner with Caesar and heard him wish for a sudden and unexpected death. And so Dennis made his way to Caesar's house that morning and we don't know of course definitively what was going through his head as he made the walk there, but we can safely assume one thing that as decimal entered the house of Julius Caesar that morning, he knew very well that Caesar's wish for a sudden and unexpected death was about an hour away from coming true..

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"partya" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on The Bible Project

"And then this is within the quote that they're saying likely this luke supplying us with the list here he names fifteen places parsons partya this is like up to the north meads and elements let's modern day iran persians residents of mesopotamia ancient babylon judea capita shia pontus asia this modern day turkey region reminded turkey frigiere and pamphili also a monitor turkey egypt north africa libya siren also north africa rome way west mediterranean both jews and proselytize prostates being non israelite but converts who got circumcised and become torah observant cretans the island of crete off italy and arab 's way off to the east and saudi arabian peninsula so another he just painted a map of the ancient world yeah this is equivalent of saying the whole world the whole world if you draw everywhere they're aware of yeah exactly the known world it's way of saying fifteen that he names there we each hear them in our own language speaking of the mighty deeds of god and they were amazed saying to one another what does this all mean and others made fun of them saying yeah they're full of sweet wine really sweet wine we live very wide good sweet very well yeah what's that guy's name yeah it's a sweet cherry wine guy got got about about i should know his name yeah there's multiple things rushing together yeah and so not the description important though he's very specific that even though he's are people from all over the known world they're jews.

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"partya" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on The Bible Project

"And then this is within the quote that they're saying likely this luke supplying us with the list here he names fifteen places parsons partya this is like up to the north meads and elements let's modern day iran persians residents of mesopotamia ancient babylon judea capita shia pontus asia this modern day turkey region reminded turkey frigiere and pamphili also a monitor turkey egypt north africa libya siren also north africa rome way west mediterranean both jews and proselytize prostates being non israelite but converts who got circumcised and become torah observant cretans the island of crete off italy and arab 's way off to the east and saudi arabian peninsula so another he just painted a map of the ancient world yeah this is equivalent of saying the whole world the whole world if you draw everywhere they're aware of yeah exactly the known world it's way of saying fifteen that he names there we each hear them in our own language speaking of the mighty deeds of god and they were amazed saying to one another what does this all mean and others made fun of them saying yeah they're full of sweet wine really sweet wine we live very wide good sweet very well yeah what's that guy's name yeah it's a sweet cherry wine guy got got about about i should know his name yeah there's multiple things rushing together yeah and so not the description important though he's very specific that even though he's are people from all over the known world they're jews.

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"partya" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The falcons with eight shots on goal a seat with poor falcons up one sip on that goal by senior eric and here's a face off in the i see and brady tom lack is on the dock in front of stefan out around today to freshman out a brampton ontario twenty game seventeen starts for toronto he did not play last night's game between the pipes tonight exports out of the circle into the corner dug out by the yellow jackets in pitched ahead afoot foot race entity air force end after that loose spot and they're gonna call icing on the literally call a penalty on this play jaein or just a raise for that loose partya was dan bailey for air force there was going over but on the far side of the ice it's a hooking call on trevor stone it was bailey and it was jackson cuddly that were given chase for that loose spot on the far side coming down the right wing side on the nearsighted was trevor stone with a hook first penalty on air force yellow jackets on the power play and win the face up a cycle it to the blue line they try to go down low far our side cancelled out by air force he got it over on the far point now will send you to the viewpoint take bycatch we cannot front he go to the right circle with it it's pope freed it in the corner from there yagudin cleared by your voice the falcons are in their road lose again tonight they were playing much better on the road francs territory wanted to worthy road uniforms this weekend worked out last night so far so good working out tonight they still got a minute twenty of power powerplay for a exceeded kill right him as the jackets bring it in and get set up recycle it around behind the net now they come out high now the slightest shot whistles in blacked out front falcons tried a clear but it's kept alive with the blue line widely defence when for the yellow jackets another clear chance for air force and it's blocked and kept in by a seat over here on the nearsighted load up they hit a 3 got the one china and the.

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"partya" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"No i am thanks ralph neurons congratulations by the ride the launch of your new on a new podcast the big news of course here in the uk is the is the role wedding on unfortunately things aren't going to planet according to my sources harry's father prince charles is already clashing with his son about some of these ideas that he has for the event the couple don't want that wedding to be all about royle life and inside told me that they wanted to be fun and reflexive of themselves as a couple and of their family and friends that will be there now who knows what that mind be rough because of course prince harry has had some wads of a checkered past it was at the prestigious eton college quite literally the poor she schooled in the world where harry danger reputation as a hov partya things came to ahead two thousand tunisia 17 years old when he came to light that the young prince of engaged in underage drinking and had smoked cannabis and in a move that can only be described as extremely british is disappointed father charles the prince of wales then bundled his son off to a drug rehab centsa full at day a just one day killed as it gets british result for you no three is lights in two thousand and five he went to a fancy dress will costume policies you may call it as a nazi as an actual nazi and i'm not talking seeking told season double polo shirts turned up at the color and soaking an actual nazi with the brown shirts and swastika armband just recently as two thousand twelve ralph that hurry was still making headlines for all the wrong reasons party in las vegas the prince was photographed drunkenly cavorting naked with some young women he just met during a game of strip billions in his vip suite now a remind you rub that's not street polka it strip billiards now that's the difference route between brits and americans even when all over privileged inbred spawn engages in thought behavior it still has little chogm you know eric and dungeni could lend something that at this.

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"partya" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on WEEI

"In the last six years since they are widely five interceptions hit one indianapolis and five two to 10 to 20 between the current uh arrears 18th all time and picks second among active quarterbacks in pixies had a nice career he's one hundred ten one hundred in the regular season in his crews went to super bowls and he was gravely that matter most in this game he will get in on all the fame probably will be will because but he faithfully only ask you this though when you're right he beat the end now the devices that gia the giants things were great though a tremendous uh when you watch you lie manning plate quarterback forget those games you watch over the fifteen years did you think you're watching a great website lin not no never other than those who won't as fooling the for great i mean no but but if you put now what was a fluke comey one was a fluke play gang when you look at the number of guys who were in the hall of fame then you have to put eli yeah hawaii seru ethics truly a hall of fame jeff hall of fame where the brady's the analysis of what may exist in which products unless 25 years for i'm on top of the old guys which quarterback i acted on what i lodi reliable famous beeline innings better they are gonna look i have no idea but it's probably a few now you might not a quarter century i doubt it but i just think you look at those to matter the marino enacting knows counter now way better not far than it had fouts the no better in his brother no again broke zinc guys that are the bedrock games those to learn film stars is not he's not he's the thirdbest in that draft class is he is create a guy who want to super bowl for you like this year who's that was that michael bharti partya of god mike lombardi uh some really sad george blender uh i don't think he played less 25 years could be might go remember seeing of a.

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"partya" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on Around the Rim

"I think that would encourage other people to go you know that happens to me to why does everything have to be you know with rosecolored glasses that's not the real world yes with the filters that's the new road code glasses the filter riled is at the filters all the cropping the angle the off all the the island by one unfiltered yet a feeling of wind up i was actually with charles barkley last night hour as he debuted his y draws as a wind detrow has a wine it all and tell me all proceeds are going to the boys and girls clubs acela he's doing if we're good 'cause all right uh but i don't know about the wine quality i'm interested to see what she did i tasted buddy whether he didn't tell me we have mourner partya peter mentioned anything brought the winds humbly nervous about you or your much more of a wine connoisseur than i hope road about that aspect will yeah we'll get to the bottom of the so up all that social media tip we heard that you're on twitter now is this true we we heard toriyama emma has has jumped back in the twin towers well i was encouraged to do so to promote my podcasts okay so that i could well you need to do this you know because it will get you know people involved in they'll get listened to your podcasts and all that and mites my coach who serves not happy about it because they think that uh i'm gonna do like they do washington you know get upper four o'clock in the morning start tweeting like redick volvo wlove i said nah you don't have to worry looking dude had so far been very restrained than try to keep it very politically correct alone and i intend to stay on that path for as long as russel yeah because you had an account before i would add to that one i think somebody got into it so i just and plus i probably said some things that i thought were funny but in today's world you know you were gone out the window yes but what ends up happening is uh it's like if you're in the public eye you're not allowed the use humor.

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"partya" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Yeah i i so i love that movie i just love that the pacing of the structure of it and again back to my obsession with with heists and capers it just has this kind of internal fun internal logic to it i i love of also seeing so when i heard we're going to be talking about steven soderbergh i said i'm going to pull up the net flicked machine and see what steven soderbergh movies are streaming out on netflixing are too yeah there is j which i had no the four hour yeah i in my own if shape part one and partya zach i had no interest or time in in watching and magic mike we we have which i proceeded to watch on my computer was it maybe network work yeah maybe a little comfortable uh i wasn't quite sure when i was i was the but it was actually very good moody right yeah i thought you were furious about it that's true say so i am moving on from that nobody it goes to what we were talking about earlier with steven soderbergh movies which is he takes people who are normal and who have in may you know maybe even a little uh on the on the on the aspirational a side of of life in tells their stories in a way that is realistic episode so magic might for instance what struck me what besides all the great acting amath and connie the matthew mott condis the mukalla's on us this is this is a not quite kwown ground zero of the mcconnell but it was troubled aliraq probably yeah probably lincoln the lincoln lawyer as ground zero of the mcconnell sonn's well and mud and then made my effort i might came before okay uh i think my came of the i'm i'm i might be get anyway site and he's our i may beginning a correction sony um the impossible at the moment were matthew begun a says uh ashley la la break is here to i was just like a perfect it perfect is exactly what uh is exact will believe that movie um but i was thinking about i always like to think about.

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"partya" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And then your iphone what would that what what was what is that what does he saying like what what what is it what are they saying i thought what is that well how do you do that i'm serious by the way too what do you mean the you're holding it up but what do you mean you're holding up at looking waihong it's you mean there's an idiot that would actually hold it up and recorded and look what are you looking at their would would it be looking at the iphone wilde's recording it what would that not be i can't hear you i would that not be okay because loop executive prescriptions looking look i'm stupid as you have and does but when you how could anything on the display of your iphone burn your eyes no i'm not enough temperatures but i did stay the holiday and express last night what what the ices are you sure it wasn't a budget sweets i stated one of those types of places when the higher minium in atlanta ten twelve years ago and my feet were blackened from the dirt and i w i smell weed in a plate person in the room next to me and then another one a i want to nam i it i found some it was like either a bongor a little fake gun is on like the oudda here and and he was like really eddin united know the guy who picked informs was my bus he met well i need it looked fun on the outside but it was and so i switched to some other little little bit higher and placed like a mile away and even then though some lady with their kids and i swear she was cooking math i mean you know in touch of a little bit more on the the eclipse my doctor as having a party how i figure if is a safe place them though it would be has wouldn't it be funny if you go doctor's like no it's fine look at it with your signed rises you know you the dow subregional has three thousand pairs by the way so you got obviously pay to get into the viewing partya believe 'firstcomefirstserved this will be a riot over there will be worse than the charlottesville rival on it.

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"partya" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Arms gotta be hurting going on grohmann there them our care that that he and walking on i really nine hits again here's the problem for this young man great kid local kid a everybody wants to do well everybody's rooting for him and everything else but he's given up thirty four hits and thirteen runs in thirteen innings that river as a third starts at four starts 21 earned runs third thirteen kasen to based on bossi throwing the ball right over the plight he can talk about location all as other stuff is ball's not movin and to me i you know it's got to be on the other something wrong and unfortunately for him now what does this reputation it out you're out is big hitches that shattered glass guys can't just can't make it here's the prague the real roster of it is that you said i think everyone is counting on him when he came back and i think you've been outside some wrong with them since he's the last month here's the problem though an honor of here party partya show i know bartered consi or call a brought it up but you're the near metro weird spot in the trade that on monday i know in the weird spot was that hey you're as you've said i've cory john they're the best of the worst teams so they take care of business the first two games now this team forever easing can't beat a team the last game but had the match one then you three games under 500 they gave within six games of a wildcard and then you kind of force them intimate your i think would have been it will be great theater for us it's a mirage where i agree but which would like if if you do is more expensive max went out there and pitcher one hitter and one eight innings while you're maybe but but he's the i said yes i go as strength of caller after caller don't buy it because you know the mets are what they are are not capable of consistently making that run again into it and even getting back into the.

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"partya" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"To 1800flowerscom slash espn a year ago today kevin durant announced that you believe leading the thunder to join the warriors he got a lotta heat a lot of people called taking the easy way out and joining a team that had just beat him in the playoffs coming back from a three one lead of their own the western conference finals my perspective on his decision changed a little bit recently and here's what so we've heard all season about how bad super teams are for the mba how bad the golden state warriors are for the mba well i was on one of those big bad super teams this week at coward off a former teammate tight end for the minnesota vikings was having a charity golf outing charity event the benefit of minnesota children's hospital of great work that he's been doing their awesome money going towards an awesome cause for the those kids and i was happy to be a part of it the first day before the golf note you get a lot of kickoff events these charity event the end up looking same into wanna do something a little different so we ended up doing what amounted to a lake bash kickoff party that involved for lack of a better term of beer olympics normal yo they they had some more interactive things than your usual college beer olympic set where we were shooting free throws you're playing games of corn hoare bags whatever you call it depending on where your from through some quarters in they're putting challenge enroll to a came down on ending with a game a flip cup to finish things off but the kakker is caio's all also part of the tournament any stack the team a little bit it was me was kyle was calls for nick from high is because nandyal guys that were youngish we went to college been around the block a timer to you've partied part we party you guys partya we party that was our group and you kinda looked at it on paper and went boy this feel sorta wrong it feels unfair that a guy would be giving himself this good of a shot at winning his own tournament i thought the same thing i felt a little conflicted much like a.

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"partya" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on KOMO

"Likes to use the phrase program he says i programme my brain i programmed my brain to live two hundred years old and he says and then when i hit one hundred i'm going to program my brain to be the law of the oldest person on earth and it i think yeah right buddy and then you learn about his past and how he took the bad things that had happened i mean he was molested as a child on the streets he compartmentalized it through the sheer force of his own will put it away and didn't let it derail him the rest of his life and that's what i think the stories about no you don't get to ninety four unless you have a lot of resilience and persistent so who's to say what he's not going to get to andrei you know we got a pretty good start them beyond that and wait till you see of gallon of these guys is ninety four but he he's he's alive you know what i mean and you think okay i partya says what a bunch of baloney and then you see the guy you learn about what he's come through and you say who minded doubt this man what about folks the restaurant who run the restaurant rai going to just face now i love hill i mean you can tell the second he walks in you'll see it on the story he they love him to death young and old customers coworkers the owner they all just a towards those he there for the early birds special or does he say later i mean what judges even with his aide i said he doesn't get paid but what he does get is one free meal every time he comes in so it's pretty cool i'll that's great circle you'll love him tonight at six and then on the web you've got at komonewscomfire then also i put on my on my komal facebook page eric johnson at komal is it already johnson komo it's not there yet but as their seven o'clock in that way people like to comment and get conversation it's going about what they see signs there you.

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"partya" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"partya" Discussed on First and Last

"Normal your day they had some more interactive things than your usual college beer olympic set up where we were shooting free throws you're playing games of corn or bags whatever you call it depending on where your from through some quarters in they're putting challenge enroll relatively came down on ending with a game a flip cup to finish things off but the kicker is kyle's also part of the tournament any stack the team a little bit it was me was kyle was calls for nick from high schools because nandyal guys that were young ish we went to college been around the block a timer to you've partied part we party yes partya we party that was our group and you kinda looked at an on paper and went boy this feel sorta wrong it feels unfair that a guy would be giving himself vis good of a shot at winning his own tournament i thought the same thing i felt little conflicted much like a lotta people felt conflicted felt opposed to kevin durant going in joining up with the seventy th ring win golden state warriors but with that in mind once it got started in those competitive juices take take hold among other room liquids involved in the situation your desire to win supersedes everything else met competitive nature supersedes everything else and all of a sudden i look up and i finest getting a little too into it probably but listen the competitive fire of former de on athletes a current nfl player it's kind of comes with the territory but ultimately we get to the championship round.

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"partya" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"partya" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"App you're too little faster jeff wagner 630 wtmj however this i under the that president trump is extremely controversial i i get that and one of the things has been interesting to me is to watch the way the groups have kind of divided and if i really wonder if there's any middle ground now because you you have on the right you have and i hear from you you have people who are the always trumpers and it and there's there's nothing the president can do that they think is wrong and i i care for i i know and it it it's just it doesn't matter what it is it doesn't matter what he says it doesn't matter how he goes about doing something egypt is above criticism and i'm sorry and i don't i don't buy that because again while i agree with the substance of a number of things the president is done i think he's made a number of mistakes he's made it much more difficult for himself because of some of the things that he's tweeted out or some of the things that you can say hey said and i do wonder or whether it's styles opposed substance but i am not one of the always trumpers on the other side you have you have the hard core crazy never never ever trumpers and these are the people for whom the president can't do any thing right it would be one of those serious serious the may think of president trump were to give everybody in america 100dollarbill out of his own personal stash people would complained that it wasn't 522 i've got 100dollarbill hama going to break this up in and he gets no credit for anything and as time goes on the never ever ever trumpers become more and more crazed in the way that they approach things you know one of the classic examples we talk about this little bit yesterday was the mic you got this this public theater new york they stage performances in central park they're they're doing they're doing julie sees prospers bruce play harbin everybody knows how that ends does not in well for julie caesar but they have reimagined this with the sesar character being a trump imitate her and tell partya with caesar's wife that it's a malania trump and so you know that this is it's this acid enemy they are essentially dramatizing the assassination of donald.

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