35 Burst results for "REX"

"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

04:29 min | Last week

"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

"I've copied this T. Rex. Plus you've probably got a lot of money through tax reductions on donating a $20 million worth T. Rex in the first place. I feel like it's still got some money out of it. The ten year old will be with thrilled to know that you can buy dinosaurs. Oh my God, why am I saving for a house deposit? Let's get us a T. Rex, maybe. Let's dinosaur this thing up. Then I found out that T. Rex. So I say to it, I'm a busy man. I don't have time to say Tyrannosaurus Rex, so I just say T. Rex, because it saves time. So if I say T. Rex, what I mean is Tyrannosaurus Rex, but I do not have time to say Tyrannosaurus Rex where I'm saying T. Rex to save us some time. Okay, so this T. Rex, which is short for tyranny. Yes, I run this sora's shirt. I don't have time to put on a tyrannosaurus shirt, which is so hard to get my little arms in. So I have to reduce it and say, T-shirt, T. Rex, this T. Rex skeleton is about $25 million in air straining terms. So to put that in UK terms, it's about one 8th as much as a precious ruby that belongs to the Indian people. But this map opens up some great options. So turns out for the cost of buying Twitter, you could get 1760 T. Rex skeletons. Now, is that a good purchase? Is it a smart business case? No. But it's Twitter. Also, no. And at least in this case, you have most of, if not all, the T rexes, and that's much cooler than having most of, if not all the vile opinions in the world in your magic box. The thing that petrifies me about that though, it's just like, so essentially, it's something that's dead body, right? And if in a million years time, someone wants to dig up my dead body, would I rather my dead body be exhibited to school groups could gawk and awe at it in public spaces, or would I rather be kind of accrued oil that kind of fuels some Fiat punta doing a macca's run? Either way, I'm not exactly content with what's happening to my body the afterlife. So it's quite more, but if you think about the whole story. And now it's time for your reviews section, as you know each week, we ask our guest editors to bring in something to review out of 5 stars, James, what have you brought in for us this week? I'm trying out grief this week. I'd say like at first you think, probably gonna hate it, but it's convenient, goes with you every way, goes with everything. There are times when you get worried that you've left it behind, but oh no, there it is. It's still there with you. But despite this convenience, still very bad, so I'm gonna have to give that zero stars, which I understood it will be grieving,

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"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

05:50 min | Last week

"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

"Yeah, sure, it would be a horrifying waste of money, but I'd rather horrifying waste of money than a little trick. Also, the amount that David Beckham was being paid was something in the multi-millions, right? I mean, if I was David Beckham, ten K wouldn't cut it for me. You're like, blink twice, and it's gone. I would have took in the magic shredder. I mean, ten K is what Victoria Beckham pays for an earring, which she then just the one. Now our top story for this week is the Artemis spacecraft landing on the moon. The reopening of the chapter in human history of us going and hanging out on the moon in celebration, we've launched a second verse to the twinkle twinkle little star, song that goes glowy glowy little moon, how I hope to see you soon. Great big rock up in the air. I wonder who put you up there. Et cetera. Coward, coward. A little moon. Now I hope to see you soon. I am just. What are you using material that I made up for my baby now? That's just what's happening. You're gonna start jingling your keys at the start of every gargle episode. Second half of this podcast is this. Boo. Your next solo show involves an interval where you're change everybody's diapers and give them a good burping. James, you've been to space. Can you unpack this story for us? Yeah, so there were some part of this story that has really troubled me. So this is the Artemis rocket is the world's largest ever rocket and it's the first time in decades. We have sent satellite to observe the moon. Unfortunately, that means we can only come to one conclusion. The thriving of the spaceways is inextricably linked with the number of Nazis in America. The more Nazis the better the rockets go. Like in the 1950s and 60s chockablock with Nazis, we're going to the moon baby right now, some Nazis unmanned missions with plants for both more Nazis and missions in the future. That's why NASA talks about the space race. You know what that means white people in NASA terms, right? That's what they're saying. The space race is white people. Well, I feel like Nazis are inherently drawn to the concept of choosing who gets to breathe and how much. But. AJ, are you excited about moonlight? I am, but to be honest, the thing about this that really intrigued me was I got a bit jealous and a bit pessimistic in my natural nature. So a part of this is unmanned, so they had mannequins and they put them up with all centers to see how the mannequin was responding to the temperature and the air pressure and the overall levels of cancer inducing radiation. But I know at a 102 hundred years time when SpaceX teams up with rye and air, they'll be sitting around going, I wonder how much an economy passenger to the moon needs in oxygen.

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 Rex Tillerson testifies he never asked Tom Barrack to 'conduct any diplomacy' for US

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Rex Tillerson testifies he never asked Tom Barrack to 'conduct any diplomacy' for US

"Former Trump Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has testified in the corruption trial of the Trump adviser On Norman hall Rex Tillerson was called as a government witness at the trial of Trump ally Tom barrack who is accused of leaking intelligence to the United Arab Emirates and working as a foreign agent for the UAE Tillerson testified he barely knew barrack a billionaire who was once the chairman of Trump's inaugural committee Tillerson spelled out he would meet with Trump on a regular basis to discuss foreign policy emphasizing that the sensitive conversations were supposed to stay confidential Prosecutors have alleged by provided inside information on how Trump administration officials viewed a UAE blockade of neighboring Qatar I Norman hall

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King Charles III's new monogram revealed at end of mourning

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

King Charles III's new monogram revealed at end of mourning

"Buckingham Palace displayed the new royal cipher following the Ascension of King Charles the third Royal librarians tell a pani tova says the cipher is an image that represents the king and will appear on government buildings State documents and post office boxes across the UK It really consists of the initial of their name combined with the R for Rex or Regina king or king queen and then you will have the regnal number included Within the cipher and it is usually surmounted by a crown Gardner principal king of arms David white says during Queen Elizabeth's reign the cipher was represented by the letters ER meaning Elizabeth Regina It reminds everybody that we've got a new got a new sovereign symbolizes very simply who that sovereign is what is regular number is reminds us that he's king and that The Crown is above it The cipher was picked by the king himself I'm Ed Donahue

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"rex" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"rex" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"In history. We got three, you know, so I have a ticket collection and I organize it by date. So we have three anniversaries today. We have the Rocky Marciano, his last fight at Yankee Stadium. 49 and O since September 20th, it was postponed a day. So that's, and then he, of course, retired what a half a year later at 32. Yeah, beat Archie Moore. And then we have, well, let's put it this way. We have Harry Carey and Ryan Sandberg's last game at Wrigley 25 years ago today. So we got that one. And then this is my most impressive one. It is a press pass to the first Monday Night Football game today, September 21st, 1970. It is how would co sell from Cleveland stadium with my fellow broadcasters, Don Meredith and Keith Jackson. I have all these press passes in here. Get them slabbed. Let's get them slabs for you. But they're all over the doors. Like I've got from Jordan's you got to get you got, listen, you got to get those I'll help you, but you got to put those things, get them in these nice slabs and other than hanging. Some of them are worth a lot of money. Could you give me the street value? If you came here to the man cave and you just walked around and saw what I had in here. That would be great. That would be a great segment. That would be a great and we'll make it like each time I say something we go ding, ding, ding. At the end, we just added them all up. I was thinking of getting American pickers to come in here and do a show. Great idea, but I'm a better estimator than they are. The Brady ball, what we thought was the last touchdown pass, did that just sell that just sold for like a $129,000, which by the way, I was shocked at. So originally the guy bought it for 518,000. 24 hours later, Brady's like, oh, I'm on retiring. The guy's like, I'm not paying for that. They let it go, and then they resell it. I'm like, it's going to sell for like 25,000. Sold for a 129,000 and still got 25% of the value, which, like, okay, now it's just like a random touchdown in a loss. That is just an example of how crazy game used memorabilia is going. You can't get anything for any value these days. What do you think Jordan's Jersey for game 6 when he hit the jumper? Against Utah. I think that's probably right now in current market, probably a $20 million piece. Juno, somebody has Michael's shoes from that game. Well, I've been, I was privy to see some things happen after Michael one championships. He always came in to SportsCenter when I was on site and he never get out of here. He never had his shoes on. Right, they were always off his shoes by the time you were doing the interview. That is a fascinating nugget. That's pretty amazing. Somebody, I witnessed Michael signing his shoe. I don't know if he said too. I'm just saying, I think that there's some exploratory work. I'm gonna have to do that work. Now the flu game shoes were sold like 5 years ago for a 104,000. That guy who's the Utah Jazz ball boy. Man, he is a bargain. Complete bargain. That's at least a couple $1 million. Yes. Now the problem with the Jordan shoes is they really do start to disintegrate. The foam is not the greatest. So especially like Jordan one through 5 or 6 not good. So you have to take that into account because it's like, you know, you buy it, then you go see it two years later in your safety deposit box and you're like, where's the shoe? It's gone. Yeah, but you can hermetically seal those things. Man, I don't know if there's a shoe aging agent that you could put on it. I'm not sure. Someone better invented though. I actually, so I was a bitter on the Steve prefontaine, Oregon waffle shoes at Sotheby's. My only problem was prefontaine did not use the shoes in a race, right? He used spikes. He was running fast races around a track. And so the shoes were amazing, Oregon waffle, but he never wore them, or he never wore them while he was running a race. So I went to Nike and I'm like, do you have anything in the archives that shows that Steve prefontaine wearing these shoes? Like, in a practice, anything nothing. And if I didn't have that picture, I was like, oh, I can't bid on a minute. So you're really got to do a lot of work as things get higher and higher on some of these deals. What do you think my Ryan leaf colts Jersey is worth? That it was given to what was given to it was made just in case he was picked instead of Payton. Actually, I think that's an incredible conversation piece. As people probably won't remember this, but I will and you will. Ryan leaf was the number one. I mean, I remember bob glauber did a piece on from all these general managers and like leaf was the unanimous decision here at the time. So people would be like, well, who would have that? It's like, well, you know, poli and made the right decision, but like leaf was definitely one over Peyton at the time. That was the thinking. So I love that Jersey. That is awesome. Good to talk to you as always, Darren. You got it. That's Darren revelle. Action network business reporter. Yeah, you know, revisionist history where everybody in the Cold War room, yeah, we all wanted Payton. I'm like, I don't think that's true. There were a lot of people who really liked Ryan leaf. And then they made the right decision, obviously, going with Peyton Manning. Phone calls coming up next. Also, Rex Ryan said to join us, got a few things to talk to Rex about and maybe you'll say something about Bill Belichick. Well, back after this and the Dan Patrick show. LifeLock every time I tell you about LifeLock. Now, people say, whenever you talk about LifeLock, you always say all these terrible things. Well, that's to make you get LifeLock because home address is part of the public record. 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"rex" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

08:20 min | 3 months ago

"rex" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Different game. And more importantly, if that's that game, I have the diamond sword, comes where that diamond sword comes from. If that game goes away, I get to own that sort of rep. That's my piece. And that's not something that anybody in the digital space has really had that confidence in for a very long time. If you played a game on mobile and played a game on a console or an MMO, you could invest tons of time into that. And then that just goes away if the server's closed because that company doesn't want to make that game. The most exciting thing for me, like I said, is those toys, those bits go to you. The user, the player, you get to keep that. And if that game goes away, that's fine, but you still have your trophies. You still have your characters. Whatever that reminds you of that, or maybe you can flip it and actually make a profit on it. And that is that's exciting. The true ownership of the toys, the pieces of the game parts is exciting. Yeah. Just to answer that, I think one of the things the trophy piece of it. There is so many games where I've spent a tremendous amount of my time that I wish I had something that I could personally just be able to go to and be like, yep, I did that and that was a really great experience, et cetera. And unfortunately, it just didn't exist. And now we have that end. On the other side too, there's people who like to flip. There's people who go and do a ton of work and would love to flip this level 99 sword and then you have this Newbie that comes out that's level twin. They're like, oh, I'd love to buy that from you. They're like, great. Here's my price. Here you go. Yeah, I mean, that grind mentality is already been. It's always been there for like gains, right? Diablo and other games where you're actually like, you go in, you got to spend time looking for the right stuff. Now you get that piece, what does that feel like? What is that? What can we do, the thing that excites me is so I have that diamond sword, but it'd be really cool if this other game uses that diamond sword. And another game uses that diamond sort. And if you can build sort of an ecosystem that uses that actually that plays with the uses of the toys that you have, it uses the pieces that you have in a fun and novel way. I think that's where that's where the most excitement around web three gaming comes from. For me. Yeah. And I think that's going to continue to evolve. And I think we're just at the beginning of it. And I think blood vessels is going to be a really interesting place to start. But as we kind of wrap up here, man, I appreciate all the really good information you've dropped on us and always like to wrap up with a couple of fun questions. The first one being, you've been in this space for a long time. You've been building blood vessels now for a while. If you go in part a couple of pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first started building this, what would you tell yourself? Stubbornness is tricky and can be a good filler for being brave when you need to be. And it's tricky because everyone says it's hard. It's hard work literally because you have to put time into it, but it's also hard work because you are putting yourself under ideas and projects out. You're trying to see if people are going to come to it. And being stubborn, or at least open, pushing when it feels like you really, when the voice in your head is saying, maybe we should hold back or maybe we should try and change it. That's the trickiest thing. Getting past that, but it's worth it. What is it the value of despair that happens on the way to creating a project? Yeah, yeah. The peaks and valleys not that we ever got too low with blood vessels, but just being part of something new at the start, like blood vessels is. It's a new project, the team of my team working on it is interesting because it's one assembled for it from all of our different groups within the company, so it was kind of an Avengers moment from inside. You got to be a little stubborn, but a little soft. Accepting, really, ready to roll, ready to take on ideas, also ready to say no. I'm kind of all over the place here. It's a lot of lessons. But they're all critical. I mean, you have to have the conviction and have the steadiness, but you also have to be willing to take in new information and make small pivots without deviating completely off the path, but enough to get you back on track. I think persistence is probably a better word than stubbornness because it implies more nobleness maybe working. But yeah, I think that's right exactly. I think persistence and conviction. Trying to tell people what your project is and what the stuff you're working on without sounding too bonkers is fun. And a fun challenge. Communicating what we're working on, communicating with the project is is also been tricky because we are pitching people in a very unique game, Discord, RPG game with vampires that take place in the past. What does that mean? Well, hop on in, it's fun, you'll find out. It's pretty easy to get it. So yeah, so the two takeaways be persistent in your conviction, but be able to take in enough information to pivot when necessary, but also effective communication around what it is that you're building and why people should care and having that be its own unique challenge. I agree with that, even with people in established brands, people always rebranding themselves, people always trying to see how a they evolved over time and how do they position it to their audience and what they're trying to do. So I think that's just a really good reminder around always be figuring out how you can with as few words be as impactful as possible with why solo would want to be a part of what you're building. So definitely appreciate that. I hope we did a good job of showing that off for blood vessels because blood vessels is a really, really cool, unique out of this world sort of thing that we're doing and I really wanted to just keep growing. I really wanted to be this weird space that just keeps getting bigger and bigger slowly. That sounds like you're building the community to do it. And if I know anything about the web three space that you get a good community and it has some initial success, nothing but upside from there. So excited to see how it all pans out. But what is a final thought Rex that you want to make sure that you want to leave with all of the listeners here today? Final thought, yeah. Go out, check out new things, dig into projects, dig into things that you you're not sure that you would like, just look at them, check out things. Because you expand your horizons, you expand the stuff you might not know you actually like, or you might not know that actually interest. So dig in, expand, look around, projects, people, places, everything, media, dig into things. And enjoy it. For sure. I think that's a great final thought. I know I'm trying to always expand my horizons and learn new things. And be around new people, just to get changing perspectives and you never know how one conversation can change the path of your life and what interests you. So I think that's a great funnel thought Rex, again, for all those who are listening to learn more information, make sure you go to blood vessels. But Rex what are some other ways that people can learn more and also connect with you? Yeah, we're on we're on Twitter. We're on Discord. We're at blood vessels. This board at Discord GG forward slash blood vessels. We're on Twitter, blood vessels, NFT. And media. Blood vessels medium dot com. Draw a great places to check out the art, check out the lord, join the Discord, make a beta vampire, start rolling some dice, interact with our community. Yeah. Perfect. Well, again, thank you so much for spending time with us. Thanks for all the information. And of course, to everyone listening,

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The Trump Diplomacy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:08 min | 3 months ago

The Trump Diplomacy

"The things that leaders have to do in diplomacy. And you mentioned two books in passing in your own book breaking history. One is the hundred year marathon by Pillsbury about China. Excellent book. The other is Lawrence Wright's book on Camp David. You have to be read. You have to be well informed, but you also need partners. I notice, you are trying for four years to get, and the Abraham accords are the key big deal of the Trump period. I mean, history will still be looking at them in 300 years. The key thing was not moving forward until Mike Pompeo replaced Rex Tillerson at state until Robert O'Brien arrived to replace John Bolton. Why do individuals matter so much when the principles want to get somewhere? So that's actually one of the fascinating things that hopefully people will get from reading the book is that I learned that nobody in Washington can get anything done by themselves. It's really a function of different people from different backgrounds with different experiences from different geographies coming to a coming together, having to agree on an objective, create a plan and then all row together in order to accomplish it. And I think in the beginning, Trump's policies were so radical to Washington, right? A lot of people say he's conservative, some people call them other things. I think of him as a pragmatist. And I thought that a lot of the things he was saying just made sense, right? Why are we stuck in all these endless wars if we're fighting a war? Let's fight to win. Why are we getting taken advantage of on trade by people who were protecting like Europe and NATO? And so all these things to me just made a lot of common sense. And so you had people in there. I think the biggest difference with a guy like Tillerson was that he wanted to manage the world, whereas Trump wanted to change the world. And Trump, I write about a lot about his decision making. I write about how he would take calculated risks in order to make big differences. And I give great examples. I take people into the situation room and into the different scenes when he was deciding to move the embassy. The fierce resistance he got from the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense from the Intel community from every other world leader, and Trump understood why no other president had done it before. It was just a barrage. But he didn't allow that risk to dissuade him. He studied it. And then he said, to me, Jared, I want you to go mitigate that risk. If people's fear is that there's going to be riots and explosion in the Middle East, call all the leaders in the Middle East and tell them we're watching. They want our help now with Iran. They want our help with military. They want our help with trade. They want our help with a million other things. Tell them this is a decision we are going to make, Israel is a sovereign nation. They have the right to determine where their capital is. And we are a sovereign nation. We have the right to recognize that decision. And so if they have a problem with it, they can voice it, but that's it. I don't want to see big problems. And so we really mitigated it. There's one leader in the Middle East who said to me at that time. He said, Jared, I'm not going to tell you to move the embassy. I'm not going to tell you not to do it. But what I will tell you is that if you do do it, you'll find out who your Friends are. And that was a very, very true and why statement. And we ended up working with everyone and we got it done. And I think that with Trump, the more that he slaughtered the sacred cows and did the things that everyone warned him couldn't be done. And again, he did them very thoughtfully. They were not done recklessly or impetuously.

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"rex" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"rex" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I think that if Stefan is okay, it's physically. I think they win game for and the reason for that is Boston is still a young team. It's the first time they've ever been through this. And when you lose a game in the playoffs. The next 48 hours are absolute heck. I didn't want to say hell. But. Absolute hell because you're watching film. Every sound bite you see every Twitter thing that comes across your feed is negative and it's just killing you and how bad you are and how hurt you look and how rusty you look and all that. When you win and especially at home, it's nothing but great stuff. That's on the back of sleep in your own bed. Nothing can replicate the hurt and despair you feel after a loss in the playoffs. He made a delta can not impart it on his team. Enough, they can't understand that Golden State is going to come out with a completely different attitude and mindset than they did in game three. I think that that carries them if Stefan's okay. And look at clay's going to have we still know clay can just pop off and get 35 or 40. He can. And that's all they needed to do. He can still do that. I just don't know that he can be consistent every single night at the level that we desire for him to be just yet. Rex, you're the man, what can I tell my people is going on in your world? That we should know about the Rex Chapman podcast. Your show with CNN. Correct? Just hanging out. So with Josh, Josh Hopkins, and that's right. Mister mister mister Hopkins, let's give him let's give him the appropriate title. Okay, man. And then your Twitter feed, which is just a phenomenal. I always appreciate following what you got going on. Honestly, you let me know what movies come out, what songs come out. It's unbelievable. Honestly, it's amazing. Take care of yourself, Rex Chapman. Thanks again everybody. You got it. The great Rex Chapman at Rex Chapman on Twitter must follow. Must follow. How about that? That clay making an out of character comment about the fans is an indication of his frustration level. And maybe an indication of his frustration level. Born out of knowing he's not the 100% clay that's necessary to potentially shut these fans up. He had a good game too. I know that. But you need a sharpshooter and a 12 year veteran like Rex to be able to diagnose that. Right. You know, you could just because you can already see the commentary. What a baby, what a crybaby. And he's like, well, deep down, he knows, you know, there's another old Klay Thompson gear that's required to shut these fans up and game four and if not game four game 6, if they're fortunate to actually extend this series to that. And harder hearts might think that gear might not be there yet. How about that? As a two cents on that. And how many times did Rex say I don't want to say this word and then says it? Was that three times in that case? Yes. It was actually. It might have been four. Not happy. Not happy. Can I do? It's live. Television and radio, so we appreciate those in the radio audience for understanding. And I love Rex Chapman. I love everything about him. I'm sure his Twitter feed will be filled tonight with commentary about the live coverage of the select committee on the dust up. I think that's the official word. The dust up. Oh no, I'm sorry, Jack Del Rio apologized for that in a statement that has absolutely no standing when looking at his entire Twitter feed. It was just nice of Jack to leave the quotes in from the PR team. Yes, the dusta. Couldn't bother him. Let's take a break right here on the rich eisen show 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial. We're going to set up Michael wilbon joining us at the top of our number two. Do you know how in the sports world there are teams that succeed and the rest of the league wonders how they're doing it. And. I'm just saying, how do they keep pulling that off? How do they keep doing that? Sometimes for 20 years and correct. That's one of them. And what the Patriots and football was just like, well, they're not playing by the same rules as everyone else. And then he would come back that, you know, outside of the videoing and anything else, yeah, you know, they're playing they're playing by the same stuff as everyone else. And then the conspiracy theories hit, right? That's when the conspiracy theories would go crazy. Hey, folks. The ball of the Tom Brady threw that was brought to the attention of the National Football League, that sparked deflategate and a huge to do with an investigation. And then a suspension of Brady, that ball was intercepted by the opponent. So usually there's really no there there. It's a bunch of may I say air. Hey. We're seeing it again right now. With the defending world champion Los Angeles Rams. Where the current concept is,.

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"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"rex" Discussed on The Gargle

"It would actually be possible for me to do that because there's a syndrome that raspberry my family called marfan syndrome where bits of our body grow too much and the bit of my body that grew too much is my arms. So I have actually arms that are too long for my body, which you can't really tell if you meet me. But if you see me on film, I'd look like some sort of strange cartoon character because my arms are like, so the least likely person to be asked to do an impression of a two year old. Isn't something a lot of people use, you know, as their byline. But you should put that on your poster. In case anyone's really afraid of tyrannosaurus rexes and doesn't want to be triggered by an impression, you can almost guarantee that even if you do do an impression, it will be a bad one. If you've ever wondered what a T. Rex would look like with long arms. So anyway, so the story, again, I was reading this story going, is this a story that's essentially the story is T rexes may have been three different species. And this has come from exploring the different levels of fossilization. So a million years worth of fossilization is quite a long time. I think we can agree that's quite a long time. And so during that time, there's been evolution. How much is that in asteroid distances in asteroid systems? It's 75 shards, I believe, because you can use The Shard also to do the digging. So the study shows, oh, well, actually, two X's look different at different periods. Some of the scientists are saying this is absolutely true. They must have been different species, and other scientists are saying, this is just life, life, people just evolve a little bit. So there's a sort of west side story situation we've got going on between the different dinosaurs, specialists, having jets versus the sharks or T..

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Texans run past Chargers 41-29, ding LA's playoff hopes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Texans run past Chargers 41-29, ding LA's playoff hopes

"Rex rex Burkhead Burkhead ran ran for for a a career career high high one one hundred hundred and and forty forty nine nine yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns as as the the Houston Houston Texans Texans don't don't pelos pelos Angeles Angeles Chargers Chargers playoff playoff hopes hopes a a blow blow with with a a forty forty one one to to twenty twenty nine nine when when Burkhead Burkhead ran ran for for a a twenty twenty five five yard yard touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and then then a a one one yarder yarder in in the the fourth fourth he he says says winning winning the the game game meant meant more more to to him him than than the the numbers numbers a a student student wrote wrote for for us us and and you you know know we're we're just just trying trying to to get get better better as as a a team team better better as as a a unit unit each each and and every every week week and and we we got got two two more more opportunities opportunities for for us us a a left left in in the the season season Davis Davis mills mills completed completed twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred and and fifty fifty four four yards yards and and tossed tossed touchdown touchdown passes passes to to Chris Chris Conley Conley indigo indigo Collins Collins the the loss loss drops drops the the Chargers Chargers to to eight eight and and seven seven on on the the season season they they did did not not punt punt but but committed committed three three turnovers turnovers leading leading to to seventeen seventeen Texans Texans points points Adam Adam schooling schooling Houston Houston

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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Did Rex Harrison Drive Carole Landis to Suicide?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Did Rex Harrison Drive Carole Landis to Suicide?

"Know, there's a stat that I think somebody commits suicide every 14 minutes. So if you think about it, killing yourself is not really uncommon. But there are a lot of reasons people commit suicide, but you know what, for me, I talked about Anthony Bourdain on the Patreon show today. To me, it really boils down to one thing. And that's the hopelessness that things won't get better. Right? To me, that seems to be the main thing, the main root cause. And maybe that's why it seems very tragic when someone with so much to give and look forward to just ends their life. Like in Carolina's case, it's just very final. But, you know, that pain and heartache and laws can be very hard to bear, and it can make sad and desperate women or men do very sad and desperate things. So it's a sad story and I wanted to just to bring it up because not many people talk about it, but here's a woman who was born on New Year's Day and then dies on Independence Day at 29 years old, she packed a lot of life into those 29 years, spent the final night of that life with Rex Harrison, and the next day he's the one to discover her dead body on the bathroom floor. I just asshole waits hours before he calls the doctor, or the police, and when they arrive, he insists, no, no, no, we're just Friends. And there was also a theory that she left two suicide notes, one for her mother, and his second for Rex Harrison, and when he got that, he instructed his lawyers to destroy it and it never be seen again. And during a coroner's inquest, Rex Harrison denied knowing of any motive for her suicide and had no idea about the existence of a second suicide

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Inside Carole Landis's Death

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Inside Carole Landis's Death

"But Carol's life had all the elements of the kind of movie in which she would have aspired to star in. It had ambition, adventure. There were plenty of setbacks and scandal and ultimately at the end there was a tragedy. So today we'll retrace her steps and we'll go back in time from her death to the beginning, maybe that's a good way to go. Maybe see if there's any clues in there along the way of why things turned out the way they did, but let's start with the ending. July 5th, 1948, there is a corpse lying in the house. Carol's made his name Fannie Mae Bolden. She arrives for work like she always does every morning, but she said in a book she had a sense of foreboding. And she wrote on my way up to the house, I had an awful feeling. Something told me that something was wrong. And I went on in and the table was full of food and dishes from when they had dined that night on the 4th of July. And I cleared up everything and went into the living room and all her cameras and diaries and portfolios were on the table and I dusted them all off. 1130 that morning, the famous actor Rex Harrison calls to speak to Carol. And fanny says Carol is still asleep. Rhett's housing calls back at 3 o'clock and when he hears that she's still not up, he gets worried and he comes around to see what the hell's going on. Rex Harrison goes upstairs. He finds Carol in a fetal position by the doorway in the bathroom. And her head is resting on a jewelry box. She's wearing a skirt, a beautiful white blouse, gold sandals, and her arms were bent under her body as if she'd been trying to push herself up. And nearby her body of four empty sleeping tablet bottles. And she'd been dead for about 12 hours. It was later

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"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Lying if i said oh i did some method acting you know a study this and that really just use my imagination and i went with my instinct and had fun with it. And on sean. Baker showed me a clip of a guy that he had done a character. Study on mikey's loosely. Based on so. He showed me an interview that he had done with the guy. Mike i got it off few minutes of the guy mike. I totally get it. I know a lot of people like this. They're just blindly. You know delusional talking about themselves in the third person. Don't it's just now. That guy also adult film actor yes. He was someone that he had found because he had been doing research on this story for many years. And he found a guy who i can't say his name who this is loosely based on. So he's like. I don't want you to do an impression of this guy but this is the guy this is archetype. So i'm like. Oh dude i got it. I know there's a lot of people in hollywood like. This is a lot of people in in wall street in politics. There's always this type of and right very i. I knew how to play that guy you know. Did sean kind of explain why throughout the film there are sort of a wide set in you know summer of two thousand sixteen and why there are these kinds of past glancing references to trump like is it meant to be kind of a sense that either. Mikey is the kind of like. I guess is he a trumpian guy in your In as the way you see it do you see parallels. Yeah so. I think that there's definitely i don't know if originally in the script that was actually stuff. We didn't end up doing where. Mikey would say. Trump's gonna win not that he believes in trump's politics but he just knew that trump was gonna win because he knows that he gets over on people and he probably saw a connection. There jen sort of blind narcissistic ways. And i think the point is that you know it's sort of a take on american narcissistic big energy sort of that whole thing and I believe he made it take place in two thousand sixteen because that was a pivotal point in america. Where you know it was almost like we're living in a reality show or something. So that's why he has throughout the movie was seen in the campaign of trump or clinton and then the next thing it would be like a reality. Tv show and how. It's kind of all the same thing and It was such a wild time where everybody was starting to get really divided and it was just sort of. We're on the precipice of of that. You know what we're still living in. Now which is really strange times. So i mean. That's just what i've heard sean saying other interviews. I can't really tell you exactly why he didn't you know he's not really trying to make any heavy-handed statement about the left or the right. It was just. We were living in a very wild time. And i think mike he represents some of that you know and making represent clinton is what you know. It's whatever you want it to be you know which is lighting. Yeah absolutely just a few last things for people who may not know. Can you share what. The title means e. Obviously red rocket is a euphemism for like a dog's penis. So i think there's that phallic thing it's also could mean like you know this guy's just taken off for the stars and he's just you know a very ambitious There's a lot of You know phallic stuff..

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"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I think it actually didn't affect me as much. Because i was just sort of like young and arrogant. I guess you could say not. Not like cocky arrogant more like yay enjoying reveling and enjoying the newfound fame. And what comes with it which is getting right into the club getting the best restaurant meeting up. So yeah it's fun. It's cool but it's a double edged sword. Yeah i guess you know the flip of of that. Which is that after. What like two years. Just one day you shall up and it's over right. I mean not fame but the job and not just wasn't specifically you. I know i know. They're you know things going waves at mtv in those days. And i think there was just they the new cycle right. Yeah yeah they fired all. Vj's one day there was like four of us. It was me in There was a hispanic girl named idolised in there was a rocker. Dude named johnson. Ceo and then there was The basically replaced all four. Like you know types one day. They fired all of end. The white guy they replace me with carson daly and at the time i was crushed because it was just out of the blue. They just let us all go. And i went from you know being on mtv to just nothing. Well good thing. I've been taking acting classes. Maybe i could parlay this into something. So i had you know is basically still in new york to like ninety eight. I had horrible thing happened. A friend of mine committed suicide in my apartment. It got real dark real fast. So i lost my job loss. My friend I was kinda looking around new york going. I gotta get outta here. So i moved to. La in ninety eight. And i still was sort of an people's fresh in their minds. A from mtv that started going on auditions in l. a. And i just started booking everything. I just booked you know movies. Tv shows this is when warner brothers. The wbz was the network and they would just give me holding deals. This is back when a time when they would actually pay you six figures to say. Hey we're holding. You don't go audition for nbc cbs. So i was just like okay. This doesn't suck ano-. I bought a nice house in the hills in a brand new car and i was just there. There's a lot of money flying around back then and way more than now so i was like. Hey this is pretty sweet and like you said everything kind of comes in waves..

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"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is a show business character. Unlike any other quite by accident he has worked as a male model. An mtv j. a rapper and an actor. He was the star of an x ray to tape before just about any other celebrity. He partied with paris and lindsay during the height of the hollywood paparazzi era. He opened under the name dirt. Nasty for bands like the red hot chili peppers in seventy thousand seats stadiums. All around the world and now after years of middling parts on tv shows like two thousand five's cuts in which he starred opposite one. Meghan markle and in films including three installments of the scary movie franchise. He is against all odds. A best actor oscar contender for his portrayal of a has been porn star. Who returns to his hometown. In sean bakers red rocket. I'm talking of course about simon rex over the course of our conversation. The forty seven year. Old and i discussed how he handled the sudden fame that came to him in his early twenties when he landed his mtv gig in the mid nineteen ninety s how a disastrous audition for goodwill hunting led to a more serious pursuit of enacting career. What it means to him. After years of toiling in mostly obscure lightweight projects to be the star of an eight twenty four film that premiered ken and has brought him rave reviews from critics and actors alike plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.

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Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama

Get Up!

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama

"We had a good one in the subway series last night mets and yankees bottom of the six. It's good because it got a little petty. You got a little bit of everything. Rex ula baseball. And you watch this one. Francisco door launches this home run. Its second of the night. But it's about what he's doing that's going to cost issues. He's routing the basis and he's making a whistling motion to the field. They're mocking the yankees. Who they said was whistling on saturday to alert their hitters. To the fact that a mets pitcher was tipping. His tickets to the mets erupt. Then stanton crushes this one. And he's he whistled that thing in case whistling dixie. So now they're talking. Then we would get the benches clearing but you know it's baseball so they'll just talk a little bit. He'll do the thumbs down. And the fittings honored they'll stand there and stare at each other in the move on game tied at six tensions are high for lyn door knocks. The yankees out of the playoffs for now keeps their playoff hopes alive. Mets go on to win seven and six. It's been a tough year francisco lindor but that was certainly sweet as the metro on

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T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find

"There was a paper that came out recently called complex neuro vascular system in the dentistry of tyrannosaurus and it was published in historical biology by so chiro koby and sochi tori. And it's around how t. Rex may have had a sensitive tip of its snout like that displayed. A source horny yet but the headlines were more about it being a foodie or a picky eater. Where's the display a source. One was like it was a tender lover. It it's a really interesting. The two different headline types. There's a lot of reasons. It would be useful to have a sensitive snout so to kind of summit up. I liked the way the new york times article. Put it quote. T. rex to eat blindly and basically t rex had these complex nerves and the tip of the jaw may have been sensitive and that would have helped. Tell the difference between soft tissue and other parts of the meat. It was eating so then. If it was available it could choose to eat the soft parts interesting. Which is why people were talking about being foodie. So what the others did was they. Cat scan a left mandible or job. t rex. It was an immature specimen. That was found in the hell creek formation. And they also. Cd scanned some other orna. Fisken's like triceratops montessori fuqua stores and they looked at extent crocodilians and birds and what they were doing was they were looking at the neuro vascular canal. That's this combination of where small blood vessels and nerves collagen fibers and sells stored fat. Were and in t. Rex the neuro vascular canal in the dentistry has this complex branching pattern actually similar to extend crocodiles and what they said were. Tactile foraging birds on his which are also known as ducks. Kind of interesting to think of t. Rex being similar to a duck So they assumed that the upper job t. rex had a similar

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ First-Day Global Trailer Views Breaks Records

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ First-Day Global Trailer Views Breaks Records

"Superhero getting a lot of play Spider Man is pretty popular this week. When Mysterio reveal my identity my entire life got screwed up. I was wondering if maybe you could make it so that he never did, Tony says. It's Spider Man. No way Home trailer broke the record for most views in 24 hours. It was released Monday and racked up 355.5 million views. Be careful what you wish for Parker. It beat the previous record holder, Avengers endgame by more than 66 Million views. The new Spider Man hits theaters in mid December. Monica Rex CBS

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Twitter Bans Trump as Taliban Spokesperson Tweets Freely

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Twitter Bans Trump as Taliban Spokesperson Tweets Freely

"Team shares with me stacks oh stories every day headlines twitter ruling that the taliban can stay on their platform if they obey the rules but of course trump cannot the forty fifth. President of the united states is permanently banned from that cesspool called twitter but taliban the taliban is right both official taliban spokesman have accounts on twitter the terrorist organization in twitter's world in the social media world a terrorist organization is permitted to remain on twitter but president donald trump is. Not you know the only thing that solves it. I'm gonna get in trouble. Maybe i don't care putting him back in office. You want know. The only thing that that rex these lunatics minds put trump back in.

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Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’

"Of residents are out of a home. They were evacuated from a seven storey apartment building yesterday afternoon over fears the condo could collapse. It's an old building, so you know, I just felt like had they been on top of it For all these years, we wouldn't be here. Cora notified her landlord of the crack in her sixth floor ceiling in late July. Engineers came to inspect and on Friday they deemed it unsafe. Recommending everyone evacuate. Actually, it's like a movie. I suddenly like. Refugee is the first I don't have this experience before Towns building inspector says there was no imminent threat of a collapse just structural concerns. But officials say the memory of the deadly building collapse in Surfside, Florida in June ramped up their response. All of us are on a heightened sense of awareness. I think that goes for public safety officials. I think it goes to building owners and building occupants. That report came from WBZ TV S Cristina Rex. Engineers will be back for a thorough inspection on Monday.

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Bebe Rexha Wants You to Know Her Weight Isn't Your Business

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Bebe Rexha Wants You to Know Her Weight Isn't Your Business

"BB Rex sized 31 years old. She's saying that song sabotage. And she's modeling this navy blue lingerie set from her new capsule collection. Everybody's a designer now. Everybody gets to make 8 different livings because they're famous. And she has an underwear brand called adore me. How about don't let the door hit you on the way out? I don't know what it is with this girl. But she describes this brand as the first lingerie brand to offer extended sizing across all products. It's for bigger women. That's okay. Just say that. And she's dancing to Nicki Minaj's song and a caption comes across the screen that says, how much do you think I weigh? Well, as men, we've always been advised against that. We don't ever point out that a woman might be pregnant. We never guess a woman's weight. If you do, never go over one 28 or else you're gonna be in trouble. It's always a good number to keep on hand. One 28, one 27, you know, no matter how big they are, just throw it out, they can't get mad at you. They might think you're a liar, but they'll know you have a heart. How much do you think I weigh? Then she puts in another caption. No one's business. Some of my bad bitch, no matter what my weight. Okay, what this fucking, I'll get on the bad bitch thing later. I can't take this bear by some bad bitch. This doesn't bad bitch. Nicki Minaj a bad bitch. Now Bebe Rex is a bad bitch. Fuck you. You're not bad. And she goes, let's normalize 165 pounds. That's what the caption says in the closing moments of the video. See, it was a big message. It was a message to all of us out there who don't like heavy girls. The shame of it all, that we actually have a particular taste and liking for different sized

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"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Small Steps, Giant Leaps

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

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"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Small Steps, Giant Leaps

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

"Five years in space. We launched in september of two thousand sixteen and we arrived at our target asteroid benue in december of two thousand eighteen. We spend all of twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred mapping the surface in great detail selecting a site that we dubbed nightingale then on october twentieth twenty twenty we sent the spacecraft down to make contact with the asteroid surface for a very short duration. We were on the surface for a little over. Sixteen seconds accumulating and collecting a large amount of the regular from the surface and then safely backing away. We then went back in april of twenty twenty one for a final look at the asteroid to see what the surface looked like. After our collection event and then on may tenth of twenty twenty one we departed venue and we are now in what we call the return. Cruise phase basically were on cruise control for the next two and a half years until those samples arrived back on earth in september of two thousand twenty. Three what do you think it is. That gets people excited about this mission cyrus. Rex is a great adventure. We're going off to explore an unknown world. it's a menacing moral because it's what we call a potentially hazardous asteroid in fact it is now the most potentially hazardous asteroid meaning it has the highest probability of impacting the earth of any known asteroid in our solar system but people also love the wonder of thinking back four and a half billion years in time to the dawn of our solar system when we were just a spinning disk of dust and gas surrounding our young growing pro son so it gives us that sense of awe and wonder of the scale the universe and how long this planet has been here and the history that's entailed in these asteroids has been new selected venue was chosen as the target of the mission because of its orbital characteristics we needed an asteroid that was basically in an earth like orbit and one that crosses the orbit of the earth so that we could launch off our planet rendezvous with the asteroid spend a significant amount of time there and then come back to our home and because of that orbital characteristics which enabled the sample return aspect of the mission we ended up going to an asteroid that has a large probability of impacting our earth so part of our investigation is to understand that likelihood in turns out these small asteroids venues relatively small. It's about five hundred meters diameter which is about the height of the empire state building nevertheless it would be a major natural disaster for to impact our planet in these asteroids when they wander through the solar system. They're not just influenced by gravity. In fact sunlight plays a significant role in their orbital trajectory banu which we targeted because of its composition is very dark meaning it has a lot of carbon on its surface but that darkness means it absorbs most of the sunlight that hits it and it emits that energy back into space later in the day as thermal radiation and that emission of heat acts like a thruster and it actually slows the asteroid down and decreases its orbit making it move inward into the solar system..

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"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Small Steps, Giant Leaps

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

"Cyrus rex is a great adventure. We're going off to explore unknown world. It's a menacing moral because it's what we call a potentially hazardous asteroid in fact it is now the most potentially hazardous asteroid meaning it has the highest probability of impacting the earth of any known asteroid in our solar system. Welcome to small steps giant leaps. I- nasa apple knowledge services. Podcast where we tap into project experiences to share best practices lessons learned and novel ideas. I'm tina nunnelee. June thirtieth is international asteroid day. And we are in conversation with dante loretta. The principal investigator for nasa's oh cyrus. Rex asteroid sample return.

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"rex" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"For a number of different reasons. One of them is that he is willing to talk openly and vulnerably to help people in a way that is pretty uncommon so rex chapman story came through miami stardom. At a young age college basketball star. Everyone loved high. Flyer came to the miami heat for awhile. Played for a few different teams but rex. Thank you for being on with us. Because he's got a new podcast out Charges with rex chapman. We'll talk about that in a second. But what i'd like the audience to know is the way that you talk about some of the stuff you've lived dude the way the new talk about some of the stuff that you've been through is more honest than most places. I hear especially in sports. Especially where people care about how they're perceived i. I wish i hadn't done done stuff to have to talk about it. But i have Yeah you know what. I thanks for having me on. I miss seeing poppy everyday. Not used so much but hoppy i miss by yes. You're not alone there. Rex thank you. I know i gave the asshole television show and he's stolen from it he just stole from. I'm aware thank you Now but no. Thanks for having me. I you know that year in miami was fine. We weren't very good but You know i came down there and got to know you set sat with many days after practices and whatnot. Yeah dan i played forever Played in college played an nba. Got a very sick. I got a significant Painkiller problem when i finished playing doctor gave me oxycontin for a routine Appendix surgery in two thousand and for about eighteen months. I spent the better part of that time. Just in a fog of oxycontin. I was taken. Maybe forty bike in ten oxycontin day. Just chewing them up and getting them into my system. And i spent thirteen fourteen years just in and out of rehab and whatnot got in trouble in two thousand fourteen arrested went to jail had to go back to rehab finally got clean and you know for last night was two thousand fourteen so for the last six or seven years. It's been trying to you know. Continue to do the next right thing doing things like this. Amazing 'cause i remember time. Five years ago i was toxic toxic. Nobody wanted to talk to me so it's just been a process. I've got a lot of good friends that have helped me build my life back up and couldn't be more thankful one of the reasons i love talking to athletes. Who were as vulnerable as you though. Because this is what i always thought from afar. And i don't know you this way this way rex but i always thought that wherever it is. That pain medication killer started. I thought that was partially about the body. And i'm watching from faraway. But i'm like oh this guy doesn't know how to deal with the end of his identity and sports dying. It's so much easier. I don't think this is physical. I think this emotional. It is so hard to make that transition wrecks and you a star early. Yeah you're you're you're spot on its arrested development you know. I probably didn't really develop much past age. Seventeen or eighteen even into my thirties and forties. So i went straight from playing and it was you know had seven surgeries my last three years. And you know i was hurt a lot. I just was dying to play. I would do anything to play. So yeah i just It probably started with supposed to be for pay but for sure it was the first for the psychological not dealing with you know i was in a tough marriage because of me and my depression and you know sort of mental illness. Kinda stuff And i started self medicating and that's that's pretty much it. It took me. You know. Till i'm forty five years old before I really took stock of what was going on inside my own head. Try to figure out. Why was doing things so you are trying to bear looking You were trying to bury looking at it right. You didn't want to look at the analysis that comes with i. My career is over. This is who i've always been. I'm supposed to grieve this now in my thirties. I gotta agree. I've got the rest of my life ahead of me. But i i don't want to look at this. I'm because rex the amount that you were using. I've heard you talk about the detail that is crazy. Yeah l. is just a good thing that i i wasn't a drinker if i was a drinker during that time and mixing that with alcohol for sure be dead. I have friends that have died. You know obviously we know of the famous people. Who've died from opioids in this kind of this epidemic over the last twenty years. I feel fortunate to be here to be able to to share the story. I remember being in rehab and rick pitino came to see me in rehab and I was in louisville and he came and he said he looked at me. And i was crying and just numb kinda and i said i'm toxic. Nobody's ever going to want anything to do with me and you know. He just looked at me and said rex. You're going to help a lot of people with the story. This is your story and it snapped back and said this is not my story. Guess what dad. It's my story. rex you are. I can say this without equivocation. I imagine this is the life. You've lived your help and a hell of a lot more people now than you ever did. When you were flying across the sky for anybody with a basketball yeah i hope so. I hope so. 'cause it's not fun to talk about. I'd rather come on and talk about the the nets and the bucks and the sons. The sons in the nuggets last night. But i you know gotta gear up for it. And i honestly because i'll go speak to. You know i speak to groups and whatnot. And i'm kinda gotta get motivated to do it. 'cause it's it's painful every time you know when i think about but think about shoplifting. The apple store. I did that. I did that what i mean i. It just doesn't i dan. You know. I had never been in trouble with my life. Never done a thing wrong. Been sort of a a model. Nba off the court guy and so to reconcile that day in and day out still at this point is still difficult. Take us through because this has become a part of who you are. But i want people to understand the specifics wrecks of how this happens to somebody because i can totally picture that this only happens because your living a life unexamined right. I would fit a whole lot of people. Think well pain pain. And he's trying to get on the court. The emotional part of this i think is harder than the physical part of it and the physical heart is. The physical part is planning hard. Yeah very much. So the you know really is just basically boiling down to know what i had no idea for so long. What was from the time. I was in college. You know when from the outside looking in in the eighties. I'm sure people thought. I had the world by the tail. And maybe maybe i did. And maybe i should have felt that way. But i didn't. I can remember being in college and just wanting to spend most of the time now wasn't practicing in the bed for sure signs of depression and then i got into the nba and most of my teammates. I was the youngest player in the league. At nineteen kareem was forty one. Most of my teammates were married. So i'd go to practice. And i'd come home and i didn't drink or spoke or party or anything like that and i would sleep and i would so.

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Pederson, Arrieta Lead Cubs to 3-1 Win Over Darvish, Padres

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Pederson, Arrieta Lead Cubs to 3-1 Win Over Darvish, Padres

"Jack Peterson homered off Yu Darvish and Jake Arrieta allowed one run and four hits in five innings with the cubs three one victory over the Padres Darvish retired his first nine hitters before Peterson went deep to tie the game Darvish pitched well but took the hard luck loss when the cubs scored the go ahead run in the seventh on Anthony Rizzo's double play ball Sergio Alcantara homered off familia pecan with one out in the eighth his first of the season rex brothers picked up the win and Craig Kimbrel got the save I'm Dave Ferrie

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Vaccination Clinic Near Boston ‘Takes Fear Away and Adds Fun’

WBZ Programming

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Vaccination Clinic Near Boston ‘Takes Fear Away and Adds Fun’

"Week from today. The goal now is to vaccinate as many people as possible. WBZ TV is Christina Rex in Chelsea, with vaccinations up and hospitalizations down in communities hit hardest by covert 19 like here in Chelsea. Things are starting to look up just one week before the state reopen its It looks like a carnival, which balloon animals and slushies believe it or not. This is a Chelsea vaccine clinic, so it's a perfect way to take the fear away and add fun and get people vaccinated. In the final push of Massachusetts effort to stop the spread of covert vaccinations are focused on hard hit communities like Chelsea and on kids. It didn't hurt at all. Honestly, 13 year old Melissa Salgueiro just got her first doats and 11 flushing. It's really nice, honestly, cause they're giving out free stuff, and that's really nice of them. Massachusetts is a U. S leader in vaccinations with 4.2 million people having at least one dose of the vaccine and nearly 3.4 million fully vaccinated. Amazing. I'm obviously so proud of

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Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

60-Second Science

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

"One has ever seen tarinah source walk. Still movies like jurassic park have guessed how fast it would have done that now. Scientists have used the skeleton of t. Rex to model the bio mechanics of the animals stride and they've estimated its dreaded at a leisurely pace on par with humans. Ostriches elephants and giraffes. And it's not just limited to those animals. Horses gazelles news. Turns out that actually. Most animals don't tend to walk. Superfast pasha von beyeler is a movement. Scientists had variety university in amsterdam. His team studied the skeleton of not. Rex housed in a dutch museum. The specimen nicknamed tricks is exceptionally well preserved. So they were able to. How ligaments would have attached to and linked to the animal's tail bones. Those ligaments they would've acted like rubber bands and the researchers used mathematical modeling to study. How they would have given the tail bounce as the t. rex. The animal could have taken advantage of that natural bouncy rhythm to save energy as it moved that is basically resonance you get more movement for less effort if you choose to correct rhythm at which you do things so that helped estimate the beat which t rex would have pounded its feet but to determine speed. They still needed to know how far each step was and to do that. We found fossilized track way of a slightly smaller through sword. Skilled it up to the size of our t. rex and that gives you a step length. Multiple is step length by step rhythm and you get a speed of one point two eight meters per second or about two point nine miles per hour. The results were published by the royal society. Von bildt says he's seen a lot of headlines stating that humans could have outpaced t rex. Not so he says. Once the animal started running. I guess we should be glad that there's a lot of time between us and t-rex

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What Does AI-Enabled Work Look Like?

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:12 min | 1 year ago

What Does AI-Enabled Work Look Like?

"Sapir glad to have you back with us. And we're talking about serving approach to thinking about ai that actually a little bit different than we've covered on previous episodes which is to say. What is it day in. The life like of someone who's able to be a enabled in their job. This important people need to know what it's gonna feel like what changes in. Look like an understand that beginning to the specifics. I'd love to get a sense of what a business user is you. I know you think about two main types of business users may be particularly though. That's a good question. A good starting point as well. And we'll i there's a lot of discussion around. Wear the business analysts. The future is what they're going to look like right eating from an educational perspective but but really we think about someone who is a subject matter rex again. It could be someone who's in a marketing al's say it'd be someone who's in supply chain logistics business auction subject matter expert and then someone who works with data on a daily basis right. Maybe they used typically data already to make decisions at this kind of your your prototypical. Serve of that persona if you will raise us in our predictive capabilities.

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"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I don't see how it could be a sinking ship for at least from my perspective. You know way you save in learning on stuff. What about anything. That's not career related. So i did send you a link to my youtube channel. That's something fairly new that i've been doing. Oh yeah i did. Check that out briefly. I think what you think. I checked out one video. The minimum wage video. Actually i didn't watch the whole thing super hot topic. That was a little boring to watch. I wonder if you're going for a particular theme or if you're just making whatever it's on your mind it's kind of both So so yeah so to answer your question. I've been getting into more film. editing lately. Did film editing in college. As just as a. I just took a class on justice class but kind of got put on hold for a little while and i'm recently getting back into it because s cliche as it sounds. There's a lot of Does a tremendous lack of dialogue in discussion. You know the ability to sit down and have a conversation seems to be dropping as social media grows as people tend to have conversations through text when communication is only about twenty five percent verbal. There's you know there's there's there's tone of voice that comes into play there's body language that comes into play. There's hesitation pauses play. That really helped drive home a message. And you don't get any of that in a Textual based conversation. Because you're assuming the tonality of your person you're assuming the body language and and assumptions are dangerous especially when they're wrong so my goal with the youtube channel whistle. Just talk about you know things that could be somewhat controversial like the fifteen dollar a minimum wage. And you know. Try to try to talk about it in a way. That as unbiased as possible. When i just lay out certain facts and things in research findings that i find an i try to get people to talk about it in a civilized way you know. There's no reason that to people who are opposing thoughts can't sit down and talk things out and you know reach a middle ground..

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"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

"And when you make an eighty thousand noah purchase and you don't hear anything for six months you get very nervous you know and making scant. Our service seem kind of fills that niche and it maintains the communication and keeps customers. Feeling good about themselves. We're pretty much The amazon of our industry right now. When jeff bezos created amazon his goal was to not just make a bookstore on a big on online retailer. His goal was to create the best customer service experience possible. And we've taken that and we've kind of apply to our company as well and the reason people purchase from us. It's not because of price is not because of convenience or whatever all of this all of those things those things matter as well but we want people to have like this single best customer experience so when you actually look at our website We are four point nine stars out of five. Our next competitor is hovering at two point. Eight star so. We're just destroying everyone right now. It's a landslide. Why did it take somebody over one hundred years to figure out the importance of keeping in communication with the customer. The product is in the is construction type of product right and people who are involved in the construction industry. They're not thinking customer service. They're thinking of just building things you know. They don't really care much they care about his. I have a contract. And you'll get your building when we say you get your building. They're not really a customer service oriented individuals there their blue-collar companies the owners of those companies of those factories are blue-collar themselves. Not that. there's anything wrong with it. But it's the way the mind works is not a customer service oriented away whereas became an with a different perspective. Does the company success have a direct impact on you or is it one of those things where it's like you get paid no matter what happens so my relationship with the company is a very fascinating one. I guess i should start with how ended up with the company in the first place. I currently live in tampa bay florida and actually moved down here to do financial work at the start of kobe. Nineteen however the company. I was going to that. I was supposed to work at the financial industry..

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"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I would describe myself as a person. I'm an avid learner. If there is a topic that interested in. I'm will pursue it to to my very best ability to not necessarily. They're really become expert at it because to become an expert in anything requires a minimum ten thousand hours general rule of thumb but at least be competent enough in my understanding of whatever. That topic is so that i can speak on that topic confidently and know that i have a decent understanding of what it is but also know enough to know that i. I have still no idea of what i'm talking about. I mean so whatever role. I find myself in life if he requires me to learn new skill. I'm going to learn that new skills to the best of my ability every few years. Your life will drastically change. That's you know everybody for the most part so you know i just. I'm thirty two years old so like every couple of years. I learned something completely new and i just keep all moving forward to. I guess that's the best way to describe myself. A constant learner constant volver of kind of like how a phoenix like dies and resurrects stronger than it was before learning is fun as a point for me where it usually starts getting very complicated and that's when it starts being less fun i mean. No you don't want to necessarily be an expert in everything and you just want to have a competent understanding which is more like you carry a conversation with. What have you been learning recently so before we started recording. I recently started at a new company. Not gonna really talk about it right now because it's still in the startup so we're still working on a lot of things I thought you were going to give all the secret plans. Our plans for domination. Come in about in about two months. You'll find out then no But like the past six years of my life. I worked in sales so i picked up a lot of sales knowledge but with this current group of taking on the role of programs and systems developer. Because i just happened to be pretty sufficient with microsoft excel and spreadsheets. And at the face that we're in we could still get away with running the company on excel spreadsheets as we grow up. Obviously that's going to change. But because i was so good at it at the founder's day recognized that they brought me on board. And i've been helping them do that. So as a result of picking up other technical skills on computers as well in the last six months. I've been teaching myself Python programming language as well as a java script as well just so i can help create you know a web applications to help us run certain softwares and create certain back in programs for our sales staff as well. I've studying systems development. I've i've been reading this book You can't see the camera. I've been reading the the lean startup and just finish. Finish scrums about two days ago so just so just trying to pick up. As much knowledge as a can on just systems development and just innovation altogether spreadsheets are one of those things where the skill will carry over to a lot of different areas. Just one of those things you have in your toolbox that is applicable to many things. And you're gonna find the same thing with also what you're learning development wise python and whatever else you're doing Same idea applies. Like who doesn't want automation does and.

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"rex" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"rex" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"You by Rex L. White House is hosting several Republican senators to talk over 19 relief tonight. This comes as GOP senators have proposed an alternative relief package to what President Biden has proposed. White House press secretary Jen Psaki today says when it comes to vaccinations, it's important to have outreach to American. There are a couple of steps that were taking substantively. One includes standing up and supporting additional venues for vaccinations targeted reaching those at the highest risk and the communities hardest hit by this pandemic, so going into communities and meeting people where they are and not expecting No every community to go out and seek and search where they can find the vaccine. There are two vaccines with the third seeking emergency use authorization. The city of Dallas will be changing the scheduling system for the covert 19 vaccination side downtown. The Kay Bailey Hutchison convention Center this after people shared appointment times with others, and other people walked up uninvited by the city, causing delays, according to Mayor Eric Johnson. We're currently working on a solution to this. That will stop people from being able to share the link. But this will take a couple of days. At least. City is partnering with Methodist health system to administer about 5000 additional shots in the coming days. Mayor Johnson believes that partnership will help in stopping further problems like what happened last weekend. What words 49th May Fest Festival has been canceled again this year due to covert. 19. Elizabeth Basham, executive director at Trinity Collaborative Inc. Says this difficult decision was made with great care and deliberation after numerous meetings with public health officials, she says at this time, a gathering as largest may festive negates the efforts to minimize the effects of covert 19. We will be doing a virtual may pass, so please keep a lookout on our Facebook page that make fast SW and so you'll be able to enjoy I'm a fast in the comfort of your home plans are underway for a bigger festival next year for the 50th anniversary. Cab Undesired, WB AP News and a noted nineties child actor known for his role on Saved by the Ville has died. Here's Fox is Michelle Pelino, with more Dustin Diamond, best known as the lovable character screech on Saved by the Bell has died at the age of 44 following a battle with cancer. Diamond played the character Samuel Powers for four seasons on the original series Lights low. Hoped I become even it's flowing like candy and continue to play him on the spin offs. The actor's death comes just a couple of weeks after announcing he had lung cancer and completing his first round of chemotherapy. The cancer started somewhere in his body and metastasized in his lungs, according to TMZ. Doctors say his condition greatly declined in the past week and was taken off a breathing machine. His girlfriend was by his side when he passed away. Michelle Pelino Fox News, Texas Mrs. Closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow up 229 points NASDAQ Up 333 the S and P 500 Up 60 again the low Tonight 37. It is 57 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America BUSHMAN Your Next update at 6 30 24 7 coverage W B A b com Texas governor.

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