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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

09:46 min | 7 months ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Epicenter

"Protocal one, and those are edge cases that are basically fully in the regulation because you still are given the token and you get enter into the into the. Criteria, but then it would not really make sense to create A. It's really it's already something that's a bit an H. case but. What just driving nine is that Recreation Issues. And it's not really suitable for for the new the new talk insurance. On the face of this okay. You have to be a legal entity. You have to create away paper if I play devil's advocate here I mean that all sounds finding good, right it sounds finding good to have a company that's issuing a token and that has. Laid out its project in thought about all the different aspects of the project and. Okay, maybe it's a bit of a hassle to submit. That's the regulator and but what is really what is really the problem here and? It negatively affect the industry. Do you think? Well that's that's really the fact that it's as you say is A. It's good to have a regulation that basically covers. The targeting the general public and that will. Sell a product in exchange of money and that will create. It's basically offending of a project high risk project by trump began that that of course needs to be regulated and and that that's that's very potent. But then deregulation is very, very broad and covers old gain of took issue insist including those who are very negative that not. Digital And those conditions may have some problems in Europe so that that's basically that's basically it. Okay. So you're saying that a project with an innovative token model may not be able to. Particularly, particularly articulate very well, the project in a white paper like what? What is the what's at the crux of the issue here? Basically they won't be able to to respect the sections of the white people they have to respect because new white paper, you have sections. You have to declare the white people before the operation you you have to declare per issuance you have to declare the fixed price of the assets of the assets for a certain period of time you have to explain all the risks taken you to explain. So if you if you compare this to help. You and finance was launched of goals she won't be able to. Describe all this conditions in traditional whitepaper. So that's something that would be very difficult to basically that would just Rhonda Duffy corporations out. Illegal. In in in terms of offered Yulo, which means that the issue a would be considered as the bridging the Yellow and the Tokens won't be able to be listed in irritated exchanges so that that's maybe the most important consequences that you could have. We'll get to that part in in a little bit. So essentially, if we recap here on on this On this white paper requirement, what it does is it it creates a framework, very rigid framework that is mostly targeted at what we described earlier as traditional ICO's an innovative new type of token issuance model. Simply won't fit in that framework. They won't be able to comply with the different sections of that framework simply because they can't simply because there is no such thing as maybe a sale price for that token or. Simply. Isn't room for that framework for those projects and so therefore, all the other consequences like for example, not being able to be listed, which we'll talk about the second. Would not be fulfilled. Yeah and I think it's it's a very broad. that. We can say on the regulation and maybe we should've started was that is that The regulation was really thoughts and built for central actors and traditional actors that are equivalent to. Financial Actors. So The reasoning of the commission is that. This new asset class code, CRYPTO assets. This is new dive of actors that Helping. Buying and selling them and issuing them in Ohio issuing them themselves. And we should just regulate them. So they have this this approach of the crisis sector that is basically a pseudo similar to the financial sector and that you just need to basically replicate the rules of the financial sector. To the Gupta and everything will be fine. You just up them. You just made them more progressive and and that's it, and that's really how the regulation was thought about I. Think. And in passing most of defy the. False false. that. That's the the main issue because, of course, Dez those actors in Decorah, Jessica that Austin it out to the financial sector actors, the exists, and of course, crooked Unin and then and encouraging house and then and then bit Steinbeck's attracts they all. Can Be considered as similar to a actors. Right. But yeah, that's the whole point of the book chain of being decentralized and to those use cases that aw more on the control of the the user of the control of the the person who are using the protocols permission lists, Innovation Regimen, which are franchise yeah. Yeah exactly feminists, you can create tokens. Directing. Contract that was deployed by an anonymous person you can. Interrogate, all use gays together to create new product. You can access to all those use cases without any kind of. Mission any kind of a legal entity and those uses that developing quite. Rapidly in those days. I completely out, it's not it's not a it's not that they're out of the scope the but they are out of the of the reasoning of the they were out of the reasoning of the commission when when they built the regulation and Asia that they were out of the reasoning, but they are not out of the scope because this Gopi so broad and that it covers. Oldie When you are talking about Asians. So by having a broad scope, many defy applications and use cases are covered by the regulation but. They are not taken into account in a way that makes them feasible in Europe. that. That's what that's what I think. Anyway. So maybe this as A. Point of views. Yeah. Let's talk about stable coins before we get back to crypto acid service providers or Casas. So what are the risks to stable coins I've talked about this on the podcasts a little bit? I really, WANNA. Get into the bulk of. How defy stable coins like die are threatened by Meka? Is Issue is very political. One right in in general old international institutions are looking at stable GOI- is A to issue. Some issue are talking about central banks all to regulate or to limit them exit strategy. This financial stability ball that has issued a paper on state going that raise some risks. There's unstable coins from the Central Bureau. Exit tricks at Russell. Did the G. 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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Everybody kept rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin Rose Show happy twenty twenty a brand new year and so I'm really excited to have doctor Rhonda Patrick on the show because what better way to address in health and longevity in January. It's surely a topic that is on a lot of our minds. I for one. I'm going to try try. Mostly mostly Pasqua -Tarian Diet for this first month and get my blood work checked and see what it does to some of my numbers I'm also going to be cutting out drinking drinking for the most part because I have a plan to Japan at the end of the month I will be drinking in. Japan will be having Saturday and good Japanese beer but the first few weeks they will not have any any drinks and get by blood tested before all of that anyway. Doctor Rhonda Patrick is one of my favorite scientists. She goes in reads leads. All the published studies around health and longevity and really takes that information out of there that is too technical for the average person to understand and then translates slates it into things that we can incorporate into our everyday lives. This is the best way to get your health advice. People like doctors are always always four five ten years behind except for some Dr Peter but but the average doctor is is many years behind what the science is actually telling us to do. So if you want to know the latest and greatest it's best to go to scientists and thankfully do to podcast. Ron has a fantastic podcast and also a great website called foundmyfitness.com. She has been able to give us that direct link to scientists and so she interviews a bunch of great scientists and really help help us make better decisions earlier on so for example in this episode. We talk about mega threes. Why they're not all created equally and there's various this different forms of Omega Three? We talk about which ones that she takes. How much she actually takes personally? Lots of great information there because not only is she Understanding understanding the science to relate to us but also has published her own science around mega threes. And she's done a bunch of research in regards to make it through his impact on dimension in Alzheimer's so great to half talking about that we also talk about metformin which is very hot drug right now hot. I don't know if he can call a drug hot. But it's a very very popular drug at least in Silicon Valley For people take into extend life and some of the potential pitfalls that it has we also talk about a compound called so for vein gene which is found in Broccoli. She talked about at length on her own podcast about sulfurophane but there is some new data out there that we cover we also talk talk about a new brand of sulfur fame that she has imported that she takes so a lot of interesting stuff. There we cover sauna usage. Some new studies have come out there so a lot of really new things to chat about in this was a great episode. I really enjoyed it and I know that you will too so happy. Twenty twenty cheers to you really hoping that all of us happy and healthy this year Introduced some new healthy habits into your life and Hopefully subscribe to all of Rhonda Duffy as you'll hear her talk about later in the episode when she talks about all the new things that she's building for her website as well so I hope you enjoyed the show this is doctor. Rhonda Patrick Doc Rhonda. Thanks so much for coming back on the show you were actually my very first guest in now. I look back. And I'm almost like forty plus episodes deep so so thank you you for returning a totally. Yeah I totally remember that. For the first episode recorded a few years ago I was living in New York. I didn't have any babies like you didn't have any babies excite change definitely. Things have changed a lot. Becoming a parent is like the the definitely a huge change in the life. Yeah absolutely fluently. I'm just now returning getting enough sleep against the things are things are looking up especially for for Doria's well one of the things I wanted to cover. That has changed since as we last talked as you had really gone deep and published a paper around the phospholipid form of Omega threes than its benefits. I was wondering if you could bring us up to speed on that And what your current thinking is on Omega three supplementation so when it comes to talking about phospholipid. Dha When it comes to DHA General D H as one of the Omega threes? It's predominantly found in marine sources. Really what I care about. Is You know getting it to the brain. That's like my number one interest and the only type of Dha that crosses the the blood brain barrier is Dha that is bound to albumin which is a protein found in your bloodstream? Transports a variety of goodies. In addition to Dha to other tissues including the brain rain but there are two forms of Dha that are bound to albumin and these different forms are transported by different mechanisms so the first is Dha that that is not as terrified. It's not bound to anything other than albumen. So it's in a free fatty acid form and I often refer to that as Dha a free it's free it's not bound to anything. Aside from albumin. It gets transported across the blood brain barrier via this mechanism. That's passive diffusion. and which just means it's you know passably crossing the blood brain barrier and the blood brain barrier. There's a variety of things that you know. Make it up but but one of the things that's important in this discussion. Is that endothelial cells. Line the blood brain barrier and they're the endothelial cells are attached to each other by lied tight junctions so this passive diffusion mechanism. Where'd free? Dha gets across the brain depends on the integrity of the blood brain barrier so so Unfortunately as we age the blood brain barrier becomes compromised and this is even more of an issue and people that have an April four L. E. L. April four is just a gene and A Lil just means one copy of the gene. You have two copies of every gene one from your mom one from Your Dad's we have up to a liles of every gene and just bring people to speed if you have one copy of this gene. Your how much more likely to get Alzheimer's Disease People that have one copy of the April. Four ELEO are about to twofold more likely to get Alzheimer's disease and people that have no copies of it people that have two copies of it. It's not very common so about twenty five percent around. The population has at least one copy of it to copies much much less common. I don't know the percentage off the top of my head but you can figure the math out if you know. Twenty five percent has one copy what you know. Two copies would be but that increases the risk for Alzheimer's disease from anywhere between ten to fifteen fold in. What percentage of the population that is diagnosed? Those with Alzheimer's disease has at least one copy anywhere between sixty five to eighty five percent. Wow Yeah so this is a pretty big indicator then it is and we could spend hours talking about the reasons why that is and I do talk a lot about that in my paper that he published last October in Facet Journal but but basically to get back to the whole. Dha Part of the story. I mentioned that there's two ways it can be transported brain. This one form that's free you know not bound to anything other than albumin. It goes through passive diffusion however April before actually disrupts that because it does compromise the blood brain barrier and that even gets worse with age things like traumatic matic brain injury also compromised barrier. The good news is there is another form of Dha that is bound to albumin. It's a form that is a specific type of fossil so lipid form called Leisa foster title Coleen Dha or Dha Lice OPEC as. I like to call it for short. And that's also transported across the blood brain barrier through an entirely different mechanism uses a transporter called. MFS D to a and basically when this phospholipid form of Dha binds to the transporter the transporter flips it across the outer membrane into the inner membrane of the blood brain barrier potentially bypasses any defects for example apple in tight junctions. NFL's just mentioning. which by the way April before does disrupt tight junctions in lining the blood brain barrier? So I sort of argue in my latest publication that this specific Dha Lice O.. P. C. Form of Dha may be a nice way to bypass that defect that April before it causes or even just normal brain aging causes where you can get Dha into the brain is. Does your hypothesis here. That lack of this. Dha is a cause potential cause of of dementia yet specifically making people with April four more susceptible to it so Dha plays a lot of important roles in the brain. It plays a role in preventing and ameliorating a couple of the hallmarks marks associated with Alzheimer's Disease Tangles and Amyloid Beta plaques and that's been shown in clinical studies it's been shown that Dha supplementation. Can Dan lower the amyloid burden. And also tangle pathology in people have them so specifically people with Alzheimer's disease and it also can improve cognitive function The other thing that. Dha does it's really important for transporting glucose across the blood brain barrier and this is a really really major hallmark of Alzheimer's Disease Not Getting Glucose into the brain. Basically that is actually something that can be observed before any other clinical features of Alzheimer's disease and it's specifically specifically found early people with April four so DHA's important for increasing levels of the transporters that transport glucose across the blood brain barrier the glucose transporters. So I I always thought that you know people for a while. We're calling dementia or Alzheimer's disease like potentially type three diabetes ladies. I'm sure you've heard it called that before I always thought an increase. Too Much Glucose in the body would be a bad thing but here you're saying the brain getting a lack of glucose is the bad thing what I'm saying here. Yeah is that getting not having glucose in the brain can be a bad thing. But that's separate from obviously from like district. Blood Blood Glucose I levels and insulin insensitivity lick. Those things are all hallmarks of aging and cause multiple multiple problems for sure. It's kind of a different thing that I'm talking about here So like brain glucose levels are important for preventing a lot of the the hallmarks associated with Alzheimer's disease. And this has to do with with a lot of like very specific molecular mechanisms having to do with like forming cow tangles and stuff like that so not being able to get glucose into the brain can play a causal roll out hammers disease. And perhaps that is also linked to this type three diabetes that you're referring to that would be you know a completely separate but sort of a parallel mechanism Gotcha. Dha I think it could play a role in addition rice or Dha is important for getting glucose in the brain but also some new research does indicate that you know insulin. Insensitivity can reduce glucose getting into the brain as well so those things could even possibly center. Dr Dr who knows I mean it'd be nice to see data on that but in terms of getting the and the brain and like the question you kind of asked at the beginning. I'm and I'm sure people are wondering is like what what are the dietary sources of these different types of Dha the free Dha versus Lice OPEC Dha the one that's phospholipid form..

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody kept rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin Rose Show happy twenty twenty a brand new year and so I'm really excited to have doctor Rhonda Patrick on the show because what better way to address in health and longevity in January. It's surely a topic that is on a lot of our minds. I for one. I'm going to try try. Mostly mostly Pasqua -Tarian Diet for this first month and get my blood work checked and see what it does to some of my numbers I'm also going to be cutting out drinking drinking for the most part because I have a plan to Japan at the end of the month I will be drinking in. Japan will be having Saturday and good Japanese beer but the first few weeks they will not have any any drinks and get by blood tested before all of that anyway. Doctor Rhonda Patrick is one of my favorite scientists. She goes in reads leads. All the published studies around health and longevity and really takes that information out of there that is too technical for the average person to understand and then translates slates it into things that we can incorporate into our everyday lives. This is the best way to get your health advice. People like doctors are always always four five ten years behind except for some Dr Peter but but the average doctor is is many years behind what the science is actually telling us to do. So if you want to know the latest and greatest it's best to go to scientists and thankfully do to podcast. Ron has a fantastic podcast and also a great website called foundmyfitness.com. She has been able to give us that direct link to scientists and so she interviews a bunch of great scientists and really help help us make better decisions earlier on so for example in this episode. We talk about mega threes. Why they're not all created equally and there's various this different forms of Omega Three? We talk about which ones that she takes. How much she actually takes personally? A lot of information there because not only is she Understanding understanding the science to relate to us but also has published her own science around mega threes. And she's done a bunch of research in regards to make it through his impact on dimension in Alzheimer's so great to half talking about that we also talk about metformin which is very hot drug right now hot. I don't know if he can call a drug hot. But it's a very a popular drug at least in Silicon Valley For people take into extend life and some of the potential pitfalls that it has we also talk about a compound called so for vein gene which is found in Broccoli. She talked about at length on her own podcast about sulfurophane but there is some new data out there that we cover we also talk talk about a new brand of sulfur fame that she has imported that she takes so a lot of interesting stuff. There we cover sauna usage. Some new studies have come out there so a lot of really new things to chat about in this was a great episode. I really enjoyed it and I know that you will too so happy. Twenty twenty cheers to you elam really hoping that all of us happy and healthy this year Introduced some new healthy habits into your life and Hopefully subscribe to all of Rhonda Duffy as you'll hear her talk about later in the episode when she talks about all the new things that she's building for her website as well so I hope you enjoyed the show this is Doctor Rhonda Patrick Doc Rhonda. Thanks so much for coming back on the show you were actually my very first guest in now. I look back. And I'm almost like forty plus episodes deep so so thank you you for returning a totally. Yeah I totally remember that. For the first episode recorded a few years ago I was living in New York. I didn't have any babies like you didn't have any babies excite change definitely. Things have changed a lot. Becoming a parent is like the the definitely a huge change in the life. Yeah absolutely fluently. I'm just now returning getting enough sleep against the things are things are looking up especially for for Doria's well one of the things I wanted to cover. That has changed since as we last talked as you had really gone deep and published a paper around the phospholipid form of Omega threes and its benefits. I was wondering if you could bring us up to speed on that And what your current thinking is on Omega three supplementation so when it comes to talking about phospholipid. Dha When it comes to DHA General D H as one of the Omega threes? It's predominantly found in marine sources. Really what I care about. Is You know getting it to the brain. That's like my number one interest and the only type of Dha that crosses the the blood brain barrier is Dha that is bound to albumin which is a protein found in your bloodstream? Transports a variety of goodies. In addition to Dha to other tissues including the brain rain but there are two forms of Dha that are bound to albumin and these different forms are transported by different mechanisms so the first is Dha that that is not as terrified. It's not bound to anything other than albumen. So it's in a free fatty acid form and I often refer to that as Dha a free it's free it's not bound to anything. Aside from albumin. It gets transported across the blood brain barrier via this mechanism. That's passive diffusion. and which just means it's you know passably crossing the blood brain barrier and the blood brain barrier. There's a variety of things that you know. Make it up but but one of the things that's important in this discussion. Is that endothelial cells. Line the blood brain barrier and they're the endothelial cells are attached to each other by lied tight junctions so this passive diffusion mechanism. Where'd free? Dha gets across the brain depends on the integrity of the blood brain barrier so so Unfortunately as we age the blood brain barrier becomes compromised and this is even more of an issue and people that have an April four L. E. L. April four is just a gene and A Lil just means one copy of the gene. You have two copies of every gene one from your mom one from Your Dad's we have up to a liles of every gene and just bring people to speed if you have one copy of this gene. Your how much more likely to get Alzheimer's Disease People that have one copy of the April. Four ELEO are about to twofold more likely to get Alzheimer's disease and people that have no copies of it people that have two copies of it. It's not very common so about twenty five percent around. The population has at least one copy of it to copies much much less common. I don't know the percentage off the top of my head but you can figure the math out if you know. Twenty five percent has one copy what you know. Two copies would be but that increases the risk for Alzheimer's disease from anywhere between ten to fifteen fold in. What percentage of the population that is diagnosed? Those with Alzheimer's disease has at least one copy anywhere between sixty five to eighty five percent. Wow Yeah so this is a pretty big indicator then it is and we could spend hours talking about the reasons why that is and I do talk a lot about that in my paper that he published last October in Facet Journal but but basically to get back to the whole. Dha Part of the story. I mentioned that there's two ways it can be transported brain. This one form that's free you know not bound to anything other than albumin. It goes through passive diffusion however April before actually disrupts that because it does compromise the blood brain barrier and that even gets worse with age things like traumatic matic brain injury also compromised barrier. The good news is there is another form of Dha that is bound to albumin. It's a form that is a specific type of fossil so lipid form called Leisa fos title Coleen Dha or Dha Lice OPEC. As I like to call it for short and that's also transported across the blood brain barrier through an entirely different mechanism uses a transporter Called MFS D to a and basically when this phospholipid form of Dha binds to the transporter the transporter flips it across the outer membrane into the inner membrane of the blood brain barrier potentially bypasses any defects for example apple in tight junctions. NFL's just mentioning. which by the way April before does disrupt tight junctions in lining the blood brain barrier? So I sort of argue in my latest publication that this specific Dha Lice O.. P. C. Form of Dha may be a nice way to bypass that defect that April before it causes or even just normal brain aging causes where you can get Dha into the brain is. Does your hypothesis here. That lack of this. Dha is a cause potential cause of of dementia yet specifically making people with April four more susceptible to it so Dha plays a lot of important roles in the brain. It plays a role in preventing and ameliorating a couple of the hallmarks marks associated with Alzheimer's Disease Tangles and Amyloid Beta plaques and that's been shown in clinical studies it's been shown that Dha supplementation. Can Dan lower the amyloid burden. And also tangle pathology in people that have them so specifically people with Alzheimer's disease and it also can improve cognitive function The other thing that Dha does it's really important for transporting glucose across the blood brain barrier and. This is a really really major hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. Not Getting Glucose into the brain. Basically that is actually something that can be observed before any other clinical features of Alzheimer's disease and it's specifically specifically found early people with April four so DHA's important for increasing levels of the transporters that transport glucose across the blood brain barrier the glucose transporters. So I always thought that you know people for a while. We're calling dementia or Alzheimer's disease like potentially type three diabetes ladies. I'm sure you've heard it called that before I always thought an increase. Too Much Glucose in the body would be a bad thing but here you're saying the brain getting a lack of glucose is the bad thing what I'm saying here. Yeah is that getting not having glucose in the brain can be a bad thing. But that's separate from obviously from like district. Blood Blood Glucose I levels and insulin insensitivity lick. Those things are all hallmarks of aging and cause multiple multiple problems for sure. It's kind of a different thing that I'm talking about here So like brain glucose levels are important for preventing a lot of the the hallmarks associated with Alzheimer's disease. And this has to do with with a lot of like very specific molecular mechanisms having to do with like forming cow tangles and stuff like that so not being able to get glucose into the brain can play a causal roll out hammers disease. And perhaps that is also linked to this type three diabetes that you're referring to that would be you know a completely separate but sort of a parallel mechanism Gotcha. Dha I think it could play a role in addition rice or Dha is important for getting glucose in the brain but also some new research does indicate that you know insulin. Insensitivity can reduce glucose getting into the brain as well so those things could even possibly center. Dr Dr who knows I mean it'd be nice to see data on that but in terms of getting the Dha and the brain and like the question you kind of asked at the beginning. I'm and I'm sure people are wondering like what what are the dietary sources of these different types of Dha the free Dha versus Lice OPEC Dha the one that's phospholipid form..

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Are now trying to determine what made kids sick after eating candy at Santan middle school last week. Rhonda Duffy tells channel two action news Eggleston doctor said might have made her seventh grader sick on Valentine's Day peacekeeping and liquid male one. Whether that's true now for the G B I to determine its crime lab now has a package of treat and snack. Samples from Fulton County schools. The district says it's taken a several days to collect samples in order to be precise with the investigation. An initial police report reveals some of the twenty eight students showed behavior suggesting drug intoxication. Edgar Treiguts WSB. Governor Brian Kemp's healthcare plan clears its first hurdle. The governor's Senate floor leader Blake Tillery tells channel two action news everything is on the table except for the full expansion of Medicaid, lack the Titanic Georgia Medicaid to sinking ship. Awesomeness eleven billion dollars a year after the patient's first act sales through a Senate committee. Democrats say it's moving too fast as. Illinois grand jury is apparently presented evidence about our Kelly. And Atlanta attorney wonders win Fulton County will do the same Gerald. Greg's is the lawyer for the parents of Joycelyn savage, one of our Kelly's alleged kidnapping victims in his view, Fulton County should be more than ready to arrest. Robert kelly. I believe that at least three crimes were committed. So my question to the district attorney is Weiner you going to move forward. Yes. I would like for them to move forward and Cook County when I believe there is a strong case here in Fulton County that can be made. It was in Johns creek home that Kelly allegedly held and battered some women, including savage last month, the Bolton TA declined comment on any possible investigation for WSB WSB news time, seven fifty six weather and traffic.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In the flex lexi christo bondo her i'm way offering to bother what is barred though i have no idea i just know fill swift and the 'flexi commercial oh i just love exact bondo is a allpurpose putty could be partially right coopyright you could use that maybe some won't approve i'm sure there's a waterproof but a great product by the way i think it's a great brent but that is a hell of a job i mean that's a hall of fame job by chris across the way corrupt with like she'll come up with flexible but knowing the pitch man oh yeah it's a remote is quit now so what was the point about bondo credito it was apollo only in the cavaliers law go to love san antonio's transition away and ally transition rhonda duffy off now with that we continue to low in the nba i thought it was an interesting story that coming out of the nba league offices right that that there's been a a play in proposal yes yes zach lowe espn first reported some discussion about a fourteen play in tournament involving the seventh through tenth seeds in each conference now if either read it here's the here's the four one one on it right hugh fourteen tournaments featuring the seventh eighth ninth and tenth seeds in each conflicts the seven seed would host the eighth seed and the winner of that single game nabbing the seven spot meanwhile the ninth seed will host the tenth seed and the winner of that game or face the loser of the seven verse eight match up for the final playoffs that simple a roles russell tung people could grasp apponaug album verse simple uh so let me let again rental hectic i gotta heading listen i it's it's a cool idea i mean you know the nba they come up with different things that you got to respect that they're trying to be progressive and i think that's also adds into that the drama but keeps a lot of intrigue for fans in the game bright bright it here's the.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"You just an electric fired an eagle she does have a terrible father uh that's issues continue also praises kendrick lamar budel bars shifts arapari prague's them mark rods in all but but i think my bare said a bit too much yeah yeah he got weigh in on michael jackson's plastic surgery tips the air every time i saw me try to blame it on rare diseases that can be asked them play be averted lago well here his dad dry your job you're how old you are rare you don't do that but i think everybody has someone like him in their lives when you can't tell the secrets you to not hailed they'll tell quincy jones nothing artefacts flow it's true the fao man liberties i you almost say was going down for valentine's day i got this coming up real soon fellas as you love this ladies you're gonna love it all of your ex oh kirk taiwan of your pushed joe the few shots to find out who killed two pack utility who feel big sure he knows where is crucial pera what else six year i wonder if he knows little waigel ever get out of his kashmir contract is if you questions i have frequently the world famous dj he van 105 nonoil argued doubt that the welfare props pearl show good morning the fans of in their hate it o j d look mumber we lady his son found and barbados cheese eggs imp would say those small smoltine daunted beaches mom where ghanaians ladles lassen gerald fan assasin dowd curiel some handed down his entire elkins vandalized in her with his own we now malls issued threes doubt tom dolan and prodi home the dow on them although china step although it is kinda day killed it phased as dead all foot designer hey call was just like that leftover lasagna remember when i did the only thing you stress all as unfounded finland data sentences family always argued that train dang xiaomi rally data but dying dan no no that is amazing may poem pressure from may nobody knows that hey pleasure from made de liked in eddie lee the gulf bill named then the galileo name a and mataz said this week in office come home sold i graduated waking rhonda duffy realty sneak in on a your john world but.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WGTK

"To figure out your weaknesses and your strength it really is that is a very big deal in life because we all have both and you have to capitalize on your strengths and you have to work due a worth around with regard to your weaknesses you can't abolish them it's that they're not abolished there will their behavior arised out of existence if you will all you figure right my out of friend behavioural way to get around them that our that's talk to you about the oprah phenomenon early phenomenon america of all of their kind and passionate please understand that that doesn't matter with regard to policy there are many good people but you know who support policies that will end western civilization and i mean that literally i don't i don't be met figuratively looked in the president's horta and for support for western civilization in the speech in warsaw wanted the left right i mean the newspapers around america said he's defending white supremacy the quite western civilization essentially with nazism that's what the left does i i mean the new york times i'm talking about anti far which is a frightening lundqvist communist movement of violence so now of course we here see so there's not much on the russian collusion front right now because that turnout thus far and something may come up but thus far it has been a gigantic left wing law which is almost redundant so now it's a he's mentally unstable but they did that with barry goldwater to and they called george w bush stupid the support the eye on the colorado rhonda duffy coal ronald reagan simple tournament stupid also law everybody stupid you're not on the left you're stupid it the lawn with six her long.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Had a sense of humor while at seven twenty three imbibe glenn joins us this morning hi bob begging morning good morning eddie brought to you by the gang that cargill eddyville who had a great day afternoon yesterday celebrating a a retirement of a craig amac an anti out a diplomat been there what thirty eight plus years running the pharma program there with the des moines area community college saw craig in his family was their head and uh he's on a fabulous job out there that's one of the growing programs one of the better programs that i've been around uh siro buddy rob dense and van uh talk rows rouse rhonda duffy's fab always he's vows gusmao in space in fact he recruit me to be a student i mean that's he's on the as always in high gear probably saw your record from the state i figure might expired by now i'm through a thigh andrea also saw secretary of agriculture bill north offers question everyone asked bill nor the is uh you know he they expect yeah have you have you heard anything yet and his answer to that was no still a still waiting so uh nisa that's the latest on that front but yeah a congratulations to craig high for a beautiful wonderful career and had my celebration yesterday uh numbers released yesterday hers talking about these during the big show some new base number projections from the usta corn acres ninety one million next year that's up from ninety point four last year bean acres ninety one million as well that's up from ninety point two civil war corn more soybeans next year wheat we'll be the crop we're going to take about a million acres from looks like in this country the ten year projected corn price is one of those ones where you may wanna web stick your fingers in your ears in hungary allowed for a couple of seconds the usda economists say 350 for corn for the next ten years and soybeans at nine fifty so yeah out okay dumb take your fingers out of the.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WCTC

"Morgan state looks at what eastern michigan dude in an upset of rutgers in piscataway to pull out in this game to try and beat the scarlett nights well absolutely ironically workplace rashid just couple years ago broken robot who was a quarterback uh for the game workers against each and michigan while the quarterback went uh we morgan play each in michigan uh ouden detroit a couple of years ago an truly competitive game of morgan filled it should have won the game thirty one 28 will your final uh there was an opportunity at the end hurry carlo loaded controversial and mortgage came up three points short ali look at that uh eastern michigan game and remember many glare rhonda duffy remember playing eastern michigan i'll use a couple of years ago and and feel that they can be competitive uh i i think that this was a team that while they are struggling uh they they don't blackened incompetent and they don't lack an hour uh particularly on the be at the start of the book and if the beef french shows up in and mirror in any way what we've seen over the course through ballgame it could we let alone be interesting uh early what the authors we've got the wake up our our our mortgages still every chance of staying with rutgers it we don't get any productivity on the arkansas side of the ball and you mentioned and in on this team not lacking for any confidence last year howard was up fourteen nothing on rutgers yes after team in our comper tells you know when a team that we handle regularly beat them last year another update we agreed number five or six years in a row and the players are mindful of that our got out through a twotouchdown read and i think it was tied at the top uh if i recall our that particular ballgame so they don't come up here completely hopeless and surrender ma uh for a team that had some cried in older young protestor data go online and they think things are being said and written that her dismissal guard disrespectful a mortgage fake are in general and this year's team and in particular and.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Is it nurnberg i don't remember the ymca was i have no idea it's actually beautiful i didn't enjoy living there but i enjoyed elodie we wouldn't be letting their so uh i don't remember i to look it up with that so his agrees not only that look at the charity we give autonomy to oladipo it that's it's those near howard my heart exactly i love that in a worst will we i'm up there on stage lakes dancing end we for everyone is my sean all of us are heavily involved e al we make a good team and lead the workouts in and the best part of his everyone comes in has such a blast like by the end i peeped so many people are leaving being like i did not realize it's going to be that much fauner i caught such a good workout and even guys are like sweating so badly i like i thought that was going to be an easy workout and it was not or girls leaving be like i didn't think i could do it and i did everyone so happy you know it on stage to we just beat up the energy of the crowd the crowd abso upbeat i mean i don't think epa lots of workout stop era the city strong is definitely the most fun it is had a solid trade is a party it is an absolute party i mean i have lineup there i'm in my natural habitat a bottle on bottle every time end had that rhymes a bottle want every town some no bottle of retail now it does that rhonda duffy's is he brit air one sip of wine getting to your house irs but the best part is that it it also is giving back so people are working out for a good cause and part of the proceeds go to create a bit where it's cool because you were in the marines it means a lot to you to give back advancing is a lot of my job as outlay you and so now you're music now i'm in music will try and and you work with carry underwood janneh kramer kelsea ballerini lauren elena all these singers and what creative as does is they take.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Still young enough that that he's uh looking to cash in and and and make some money in a new deal but i i think if you get him at the light dollar amount it probably works lakers stunt the growth of loans a ball because obviously that's what laker fans lindell you resign abc's had some uh incidents with coaching where there was an sacrament all had a little bit going on in chicago but bringing him in here to that dynamic look could he offer loans oble well i would make it clear came right at the top what his role is and you know and tell him that the money aside you want be note give a backup you wanted to let them know he's a backup for the accepts being a backup but there's a lot of things that that long ago can learn from him he'll just by being around in i mean rondos a champion and rondo is one of the smartest players that i've ever come across he is he's brilliant out there on the floor and the decision to make a playmaker uh are are not i want to say unparalleled the nba but he's a top two or three guy in terms of decisionmaking with the basketball in his hands there's a lot alonzo game for him uh just being around him but you have to make sure that everybody is on the same page year that that rondo knows if they want to be teen starter he's got to know that if belief you can compete that that's fine but there has to be no ambiguity here between the lakers have rhonda duffy comes as always mannix on twitter rest free agency in the gets muslims.

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on Dude Soup

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"rhonda duffy" Discussed on WSB-AM

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