17 Burst results for "Rudman"

"rudman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:24 min | 3 months ago

"rudman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I learned on rhythm guitar with my friend Linda Briggs. Connie Rudman did by midnight and Georgia Simpson. I was the only boy in the band of a girl band and I played rhythm guitar on this one. Gloria, Those were the memories from the 19 sixties. I'm not surprised by any of it. Nice are right. That was my song. Brick. See, I hope you're listening. I do remember Thanks for inviting me over. How about that? It wasn't you. It was a girl. They needed somebody else to play. And so I was the little guy so That was the That was the guitar, Pete. You know you. You shared a your freshman year yearbook picture with me today. I had to get that out. Because unsolicited in my party I had I had to use it in class work because I had to tell a story from when I was a kid. Oh, here we go, Kevin. So here we go, So I had to show the picture. So I had found the picture in my brother's yearbook. I I couldn't even find my yearbook. I had to take my brother's here. Danny, are you telling me that even cause I'm into college they have show and tell still. We have. Ah, we have a presentation. This is way better that way a minute and in part of the presentation, we have to tell a story because that's important to hook your audience. So they wanted you to tell something of what? You were very familiar. Of course. I was very familiar with that story. So and then they wanted a picture. So I got my freshman high school picture out. How'd you like the glass? How'd you like the glasses, though? Weren't the glasses. You know, I glanced that and I thought John Denver right away. My dad finally got tired of me breaking glasses, and he found some glasses that had aluminum temples. I mean, you could bend those things in into and they never broke. Those are my those were my nerd glasses. Yeah, they certainly were. 239 93 93 is the number JJ joins us on the program, JJ. Good morning. Morning, guys with sickle chick You call me for a good joke. Clean, no dunk, Buck or whatever. Arcosanti on the five. What do you call a paper airplane that doesn't fly. What do you call a paper airplane? That paper airplane that does not fly. Stationery. Yeah. Yeah, JJ, you're good with Thank you. I had I didn't have my finger on the duck. But I'm not saying I didn't trust you, JJ, but it's clean. It's clean. Thank you both day before too. Okay. Thank you very much. And you, You drive safe, man. Let's see. Later. Yes, Yes. You know, 2 to 39 93 93 up Next. We have James joining us on the program. Morning ran more. J. How are you? Pretty good. I've wrapped listening. Yes, for years. I've called in a few times. You never let me down. So I'm hoping you help me now. There's a first time for everything. James. That's what women like you do. Yeah. Sounds like we're due to let you down. All right. What's that? All right, Well, let's do you think it can explain this right? I've got my kitchen and utility room are side by side. So my kitchen think and my washer are back to back with a wall separating them so they share drainage pipe. Here lately. Whenever the washer spins out, it's backing up into the kitchen sink. I know there's no clogged because that snake this thing about six or seven times and there's nothing down in there. The clock holds the house, James Who probably about 56 years, so it used to be that washing machines would not pump out quickly. They had roughly Half horsepower motor, and they would pump it out. Maybe three gallons a minute, sometimes four gallons a minute. The new washing machines that started about 30 years ago upgraded to three quarter and one horsepower in some cases, 1.5 Horsepower motors that can pump 10 to 20 gallons a minute and so we designed our plumbing with a wash capacity of 60% to be inch and a half in diameter. With these new washing machines, they can't handle it. There's only way haven't upgraded the washing machine lately. And this is the new newer problem. Is that washing machine? Uh younger that it Zaleski 20 years old, right? Oh, yeah, It's not you. It's Z just that the piping can't handle it. Now you can increase it to two inch on the drain line all the way to the three inch Or you can run a separate drain line for the for the laundry, but it will continue. And even though you think it's cleaned out, there is still some obstruction on the inside walls that you can't get when you snake it out, and that just slows it down. It's called friction loss. James. It's nothing you're doing. It's just it's undersized piping. And so instead of you know, the only thing you can do is upsides the piping and I would not do that. I put up with it as long as you can. Okay, okay. All right. Why? Thank you for the insight. Thanks. Change. All right, James. Thanks for the call. We appreciate it are number 239 93 93 Denny, the boat. If this is a new problem, it's that I missed that part of you. It's a new problem for him that you can think that you snake it all out Pat. But unless you actually go down there with a, um, a bio, clean type product that eats away the stuff on the inside walls. It really does slow it down. And what happens is it just backs up? So even though the line is basically open, it slows it down over time, right? So the point is that he still even though he doesn't think he has a clog he has something there. That has changed because the washing unless he had had a brand new washing machine, and he said he hadn't Yeah, you know, I wish they made statins for for plumbing lines. They don't but it's Afro sclerosis. It's just a build up of plaque and junk on the inside walls. All right. Hey, we got it after we get another call. We got mark here. Mark. Hey, Mark, welcome to home and garden..

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"rudman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"And gets frustrated so it's election season. Yeah. He or he knows he's in a PG thirteen movie. Like he's trying to swear he's trying to like flip it out. But they always catch it. And it says he's just like gut David very creative. This will be it. It looks like a lot of fun. It's see already. Okay. When is the last time the same movie has been released one part in the same year. I don't think anything. To make the people explode into the head of helicopter blades. Again. Right. Right. I've seen it yet. Stop spoiling. Listen. It's. It's I mean, the first one is better. I I pull, but I mean, it's it's stop it. Does some crazy stuff but to release the same movie twice in the same air? Iran's excitement, and I liked that Rudman rug boy called him out on his excitement movie. We've already seen other hot forty year old chicken that movie. Marina bacher. Yeah. Who is originally the alien in v? Oh, she must have been. She. Well, she was. Yeah. A couple of kids. I think he's fantastic skin. Holy shit. I love I love Maureen Bacher. And yes, another reason to watch Gotham? The only reason there's I watched Baywatch today that Perea Tropoja girl. Yes. Yes. He's like forty. Yeah. Unbelievable. But that was the rock they on what the secret is. What is light? Jay says all time black don't crack. He's to India people anything, but the caucus OI jeans. It's extremely fuck, man. You looked some old. Facebook stock. All that sun at a more shared this post. It's a link to this awesome. Vice article about Todd McFarlane, call Todd mcfarland's, the anti hero of American comics. And he posted interesting. I'm super curious to see if he can pull something off cool here..

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"rudman" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Okay. Time for number two, that is Andy fact is that the economic activity of the Rudman empire can be measured by studying thousand year old ice in Greenland. How has mad amazing is so cool. Okay. So it takes a tiny bit of explaining. So a group of scientists have released a new study, which is all about measuring the Greenland ice sheet. There's a mile, thick ice sheet, covering a huge amount agreement, and we know when ice forms because we know how much snow falls and it packs down and it becomes ice and a graduate against deeper and deeper. So the scientists have been studying the period between eleven hundred BC three thousand years ago and eight hundred AD and they've been measuring the chemicals in there. And one thing we know from that time in history is that Ron was making lots of coins and the production of the coins. The coins are silver that they produced a lot of lead pollution because they were using all which contained lead that lead wafted all the way across the world. It ended up in Greenland. It gets rained down, packed into the ice. And since one thousand nine thousand nine scientists will be measuring the lead levels corresponding with exact years in history and they've they can produce documents. Now showing. That for example, when Rome devalued its currency in sixty four AD that was less silver in each coin, so that would have been less lead produced. So there's less lead in the ice. Yeah, it's extraordinary, not. It's really good. It doesn't help people in ancient Rome who wants to know whether to invest in things. No, it doesn't. Sadly. They, I think they've debunked thought that when the Roman Republic fell, the economy was booming and they've actually worked out that when it came to the full of the Republic, the lead amounts in the ice actually show that it was undergoing a bit of a recession and stuff like when when Rome Carthage, they got all the Carthaginians mine..

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"rudman" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Like finally, in a way that I hadn't really totally antiquated that it would feel like, okay, so now I'm going on to a new era, a new kind of relationship with the internet where I don't really necessarily take things for granted and that I'm gonna wanna keep this data out there for in the public. The other thing that I knew going into deleting it, but wanted to then really make abundantly clear to readers in the follow up piece is that when you delete your Twitter account, especially if you're at all a moderately public figure, which I'm just a lowly journalists that very few people know who I am, but enough people know who I am that I had people tweeting to me right after I deleted saying like Emily, you know, ice-cream audit all of your tweets that I liked. I have them. I self. And I was flattered and creeped out. They may or may not have been telling the ultimate truth. But anyways. One guy had the receipts, although only at one tweet. Okay. All right. But then there's also the internet archive, the way back machine is scraping the the web and though the internet archive didn't have all of my tweets. It had a lot of them. It had scraped my page. I think like one hundred twenty times. And so if there are people out there who are going to want to weaponize my history and take my tweets out of context, which is the thing that has motivated so many journalists and not just journalists, but celebrities to to actually delete their histories. It doesn't really achieve that because they can find something of mine online Rudman. Then there's always the question of, yeah. Well, you know, if you're if you're going to great lengths to delete, it will wire you doing that, what you have to hide. I mean, today, there's there's even a story today that's that's making the rounds. Obviously, Sarah, John of from the verge hired at the New York Times. Some of hurled tweets are now being resurfaced and that's causing her, you know, and. In the New York Times in the verge. You know, a lot of a lot of headache from people who are taking those tweets and and like you say, weaponising them, I'm not making any any distinctions here on whether the positive or negative of the tweets that she put out there, but you guys can look it up. But I mean that's a, that's a serious concern. I mean, whether you you yourself, realize or personally think that this tweet is -fensive or not, somebody else might, and you know, might not have ever been your intentions than boom, it explodes in your face. So we're gonna ask like, why are you doing it? Then? Absolutely. Sarah's tweet Sarah Jones tweets, I think are a perfect example of what I'm talking about because she actually had deleted her Twitter. Her history wasn't on Twitter, but tring those screen shots were available still because you can't really, really delete anything on the internet and that's message to get across. But yeah, also, you know, the second I deleted my tweets, people were like, oh, what did you have back there?.

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"rudman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Allen jr is managing all the volunteers i mean they're talking they're talking they have like six hundred already in the last week has gained another hundred i'm telling i keep telling people the momentum the excitement i can feel it when i talk to people it's it's exciting to see all right let's go to greg who is on the phone hey greg amy are evening news providers here are the local affiliates of the major networks how would you assess or describe their their fairness in presenting the along the political spectrum how would you will evaluate are we getting the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth from our noca local news providers etienne was routinely reporting not as fact and when you actually go to the kaffir and you actually go to the division of revenue in the finance reports that is not a true statement because the fact of the matter is in two thousand seventeen the kaffir itself the comprehensive annual financial report says we had a three point nine billion dollar surplus we were actually in the red i mean in the black sorry we had a net profit and so again it's how they're pitching it and they keep pitching it like we're broke were broker broke i mean the fact of the matter is we have almost sixty four billion dollars in the permanent fund eighteen billion of it is in the earnings reserve account which can be spent with a simple majority of the legislature so if it's how they're presenting it and i think that's why i say the whole truth isn't being told because if they're only looking out the undesignated general fund inside the budget the yuji off i think that's that's unfair because they're not telling you the whole story they're not telling you how much money we actually made in relation to how much money we spent and it's entirety and so that's the challenge i have i do believe they've gotten better i watched what ktv specifically is doing and they're actually reporting crime stories and they're actually reporting on the failures and the deficits that are happening within the department of corrections and so i think we're getting better but do i think it's it's a fair and balanced at this point not yet well i would i would tend to agree with that the the local cbs affiliate that is k tv a channel eleven is the only signal that i can pick up pick up where i'm located here and certainly on the on the national level at the national level i have found them to be biased to the left just like their parent organization parent network they i know the former news director burt rudman was an avowed leftist and i don't know about the new one janice harper but i would tend to i tend to believe that she's probably in the same line politically speaking.

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"rudman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Dance dance with me all right it's we i normally i would you don't know what you're telling me i would put my arms around your waist you just have like a descending that's right shape cone shape yeah all right so i would you care to hit the the old d flu oh we'll see about cavour casey steers has picked dana rudman's father's dead body and his dancing with him with it just keep it going keep going like bernie scenario is very funny yes that's the end date your daughter okay thank you mr rodman i really appreciate it you know i'm so glad you came to this this point of view thank you mr rather than for letting me be with your daughter separately all's well that ends well orissa you seriously need to get out because we're about to have this meeting shot the fun of more saw orissa i feel bad that this might not have been the prom that you wanted but you know you you've been on the show for nine years and you're probably almost forty so here you go oh my god yes the answer is yes asking not you marry the ceremony the comedy bang bang no marco there's a there can out look we need to call it we'll come back next week this now by the power vested in me we'll see your next man why power was invested in you church really not use my credit card to purchase things alibaba we will see next time a meeting.

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"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

"Okay thank you very much dan haley who's the team manager for the r j reynolds tobacco company and the winston racing program here's rudman off pit road and going back onto the track that is too bad after a real good round here this got a lot of ground to make up now to have topfive finish he does barney marcus as per schedule hit stop in the north number seventy one him for change tires we've had several cars to come in for change left tire so apparently they are wearing those left side towers as much or the right side today with unusual the back so many over running that low on the racetrack would contribute that where they're getting all the adhere to genie dom car number ninety jody ridley back in not too long he was in but he changed sides and i'll pay i'm gonna speculate a little bit marnie and say as low as earnhardt and a couple of the cars running here three and four that they're kicking gravel out on the race crack maybe cutting some of the towers i would definitely earnhardt is because he has just been a whisker away from running in the grass that has how low he's taking the car this afternoon but it has been the difference in being able to hang onto the lead trouble for joe revenues back pit road at jared headed down there to find out just what the problem is rodman comes the crew was not expecting him run over the wall and confer with the california driver the usak stock car champion and it isn't whatever it is does not seem to be repairable they are coming around to the right side of the car down they are going to change tyres once again on the right side of the machine najera working his way into joe rudman's pit ned heart there is confusion here right now my joy.

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"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

"No that the general motors that you can hear more term more rpm's because they will better off the turns but the ford engine as long as you keep it wild up it'll roy good and that's reason parted running is is the key engine welled up and doing a good job for that sition trouble antero bodies car he is back in the pittsburgh second time there's problems on the car let's go to the car not ruin he was close to outta gas dick we're going under the hood but now they must have big out whatever the problem was he was in for sixteen seconds changed our out of one back in and lost a lot of able time till ruttman than the pit for stop while we were way on the commercial both bobby allison and dale earnhardt and support they make a kathy dale earnhardt cars well that are was running out there we would not have pitted but they did so we'll see at works them maybe wants to run in the grass and the ways in running though they adjust the dory rundown for the enfield but all kidding aside earnhardt's car is really flying here this afternoon and if he doesn't have any problems he is certainly going to be there for the checkered flag or a good shot at it before they is over were ninety five laps into the two hundred lap budweiser one hundred at college station texas texas world speedway now these cars have made their regular schedule pitstops richard petty has been in harry gant has been pardons to stop for the body they had a problem that car earnhardt has been on pit road so as bobby allison and joe rudman so about all the front runners have been in and it looks like they market zen let's go back to the bits.

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"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

"Arsons going third your fourth place runner is going to be terry lemani feeling the heat from joe rudman he has a tight fifth your lead automobile now earnhardt off turned the to midway down the back straightaway to carleen seven edge over benny parsons or at least bobby allison second many his nose to tail and third bobby allison starting to close on her art but again earn are dropped way down inside of turn number three he stays there a polls distance on both alison and parsons now parsons comes underneath thousand trying to make a bid for seconds but but it ducked back in earnhardt has the lead at the back of the line single violin this has to be a surprise to watch earnhardt take that car right now to the bottom of the racetrack in three and four because in practice nobody's been running their darnay was interesting and the drivers meeting this morning more brought out appoint to the nascar official conducting drivers meeting hey that till monkeys not to drive down on that apron where that broken pavement if it s not the racetrack and here he is beating those guard behind about doing just that earnhardt is the only car in the field that's able to run right down to the bottom of the racetrack in three and four everybody else is running at least a lane to two lanes higher up in that end of the speedway earnhardt has now stretched his lead to about ten carlex the battle is for second spot if the hot one between bobby allison and benny parsons as they come dig out attorney before this time parsons hangs onto the second spot alison drops back to third la body has his hands full for the fourth position right now in turn one with joe rudman run minnesota inside a fullbody terry goes a bit higher into the turn opens the door at such thank you joe rudman he'll take for a spot away till the body is back not a fifth still hanging on among those leaders though a lot down himself as richard petty your leader midway down the back straightaway dale earnhardt.

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"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Classic Races

"In a sex position would be joe rotman seventh is ricky rudd eight spot would be jody ridley richard childress having a fine day today he's in ninth position lake speed is tenth dave marcus's eleventh and bobby allison after numerous pitstops is at the tail end of the high groove in that lead pack and he has the twelfth position thirteenth to be buddy arrington on the lineup as the pace car hits pit road and they begin to come back to speed benny parsons in the bod mawr mellon tool for keeping it slow past the entrance to pit road and herald kinder turns them loose under the green flag and diving to the bottom of the racetrack goes richard childress he wants to pick up a few spots they are five cars wide coming across the start finish line as they head down at turnover one parsons ahead of the field second third dale earnhardt lemani fourth more on the racetrack fifth up to the high side of the b joe rudman will watch now the bottle shapes up for fourth place between the money to the most side rudman to the high side lemani law and the racetrack swings off the turn now battle per second is going inside the race trackers earn hide alongside richmond on petty there's three abreast four breasts now going through turn number three but it's parsons on in front now dale earnhardt moving up into second position earnhardt with labonte right on him moving up into third position now but parsons whole delayed has come down straightaway a car spinning up into the wall off the back straightaway to turn three and four rick newsom rick newsom as spun right up in the middle of the groove and the caution comes right back out of the speedway car does a couple of loops in the middle of three and four comes down on the apron of the track and will bring the second caution flag of the afternoon out as the beal thunders back into turn one that's go back to old well rick nursery will watching him as so.

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"rudman" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Probably Science

"Yes okay i'm i'm sure we talked about it before mister show sketch fucking insane that that's a real is kind of weird they say that you can't help diseases going around says full mcqueen savannah steed real name she says the stick horses will test the drivers knowledge the right is not as your whether they know the routine rudman leading the horse stool the word sorry this is in utah utah has thirteen suspected in seven confirmed cases of at quite hup he's virus off to horses at regional cutting competition that goad the spike arena in ogden for show symptoms of the onus holes hubby's is not sexually transmitted see we're doing science in this story and is considered a danger for humans but is highly contagious among horses and other animals of the coin family the most common way for it to spread is by host to host contact but it can also spread through the ac attempted equipment clothing and hands it can be fatal to horses and his incurable posse member kim jensen says the annual contest is already been postponed for a week possibly to wait to be whiteout the corentin because that is as the quarantine is still in effect republic arena the contest had to go on is dead of using hoses with heston the goals knowledge and ability to adapt this will test if they know the patent disappointed they don't have their real holes contestants still showed the wholesome ship although with a little more effort won a contest said with a stick horse is a lot different because you have to do all the work and i think it's going to be a lot more tiring than with a real.

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"rudman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"They said not sure we want to be here any more rudman laugh danforth left ben bill call it made a whole number of them ninety two ninety four ninety six and so politics change right around the nineties george mitchell when he retired he got out at the right time he left it for you the deal with well you use the term political the permanent campaign and i i think that's such uh an accurate description of what has happened each one of these events triggered a further devolution away from a legislative experience to a political one where the political consequences in the political tactics and strategy around those consequences became preeminent less legislative more political to a point where we've evolved to what you've properly describe as a permanent campaign but maybe just for purposes of those who are listening let's let's talk a little bit about what what is a permanent campaign in one of the ramifications of a permanent campaign as we look at the senate and the legislative responsibilities and that are held there the phrase the permanent campaign was coined originally by should me blumin fall in one of his books um when in the senate we grew up in obviously politically political body but they were governing governing went on all the time these people were running for office and the last couple of months of.

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"rudman" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on WLOB

"Listening to the h r power hour a news talk wlob one hundred point five fm and lake you know one of the things we always do is talk about our sponsors we're very proud of them and very happy to have them jackson lewis law firm all we do is work rudman win seoul customers at law she infinity darrell dana attorneys that law and certainly strategic h r with their h r conference this routine it conference and of course the come summit and we of course have to thank wlob studios for their fantastic hosting of the hr power our show why we're talking with chris in car he's the franchise consultant four french choice i know you're one of them but in my mind chris you are v consultant okay just that david just the way it is and we're talking about opportunities for individuals to think about a new career an opportunity from the move forward with business ownership and as chris has set on the show many times there are so many opportunities that you haven't even thought about and franchise is a great way to make that happen chris we were talking in the last segment about this acquisition model is one of these new models it's happening out there you said you had another a story you wanted to tell that would really emphasize a great opportunity for someone take it away when i look at business opportunities i tend to take a very long term approach five interested in investing in businesses that i can acquire today and with a good strategy building at team morale b i can develop it into something significant be larger over time i'm not a quick hitter i'm.

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"rudman" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Start for getting things right we simply slow down and this affects all of us after our body is fully grown the growth hormone levels starts to drop about sixteen percent every ten years and research shows that the lower the growth hormone on the faster a person ages inside and out about onethird of all adults forty five years and older not only have low growth hormone but are extremely deficient who don't throw in the towel the exciting thing is that we are now living in a time where we have the capability to safely increase the growth hormone level and reverse many of these aging symptoms to a very large degree one successful way this proven to increase growth hormone on the body is through the injections of synthetically made human growth hormone which has been approved by the fda and again this is what the professional athletes and celebrities are taking to stay young that's right but when we hear about it in the media it's referred to simply as h g h however in actuality injections of synthetic human growth hormone now why is that so popular doctors are finding like dr daniel rudman did through his doubleblind studies published by the new england journal of medicine is that when those hgh levels are increased the body in many aspects starts reversing back to how it was when was ten to twenty years younger really yeah and that's why you constantly hear about professional athletes risking their careers to use hgh injections because it works it gives them a huge advantage over other players their age because they regain their youthful speed their strength mental focus and it helps them recover much faster from their injuries i hear there are a lot of celebrities on hd hgh therapy has been one of hollywood's best kept secrets but now news is leaking out.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 3 years ago

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

"With best known for pending the rubbed name is said to be the front runners smith would pen the film script as tarantino shooters charles manson movie this summer tarantino intense direct these star trek film himself for on let us allow that information during the sports centre on espn radio all throughout the day did you say star trek throughout that you didn't say star wars at any point right 'cause i thought from the very beginning that i was hearing a star wars story and then you hit us with star trek at the m did i say star wars the first on i said star trek the entire time there's no way star wars would ever badly hurt in the car radar raided that's where i was going to meet totally shocked by that then you also said the represent yeah there is that a yellow finding their raanana teofilo the revenue yeah i said the rudman that i say wrong appreciates that the rubbed in okay it's okay scuba dive he did pretty well for you now you guys laura you read things in front of a live audience and let everyone pick you apart every single than i am now i wasn't sarah was picking you ally the wreck regularly hotoke guy was asking for a clarification on star wars or star trek because i didn't hear it right i was not attacking you will you should listen butter fine either way it's pretty incredible right that gwen tarantino 's final film we argue star trek as we get it will be uh you would you would acknowledge there will be even more incredible if it was the star wars smoke who had had some of our question cuts or my fears for up why we still make an star trek by the way we have many arbitrarily and i have the merit ghirma put on pole if tarentino wants to make star trek is he allowed to make star trek thirteen can do whatever you want in terms of moviemaking all right house it's a careful now you might find out he's been doing whatever you want already has i know that i don't wanna talk about the movie make i love his movies i do i love his movies but star trek like you think tarantino's touch on star gigantic it better than me star trek i've ever seen good i doubt most.

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"rudman" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Country but people need to know about it and we need to have a debate now you said you mentioned going back to the 80s this the the bca the budget control act active 2011 it was signed by president obama correct greg and it goes all the way back to graham rudman in the 80s it's kind of the same act right it puts caps on spending but mi correct that there is some that war spending something that's called war spending is not included in caps and that or or my wrong about that no it right and that's it it's honesty of the account and then so if you're in a perpetual war a war that some of these people never want to end they never wanna come home they're never wanted declared order home that you don't count to spend close to two trillion dollars and gary gambled under george bush went from five to ten trillion doubled again under president obama from 10 to 20 trillion and mark years we're gonna double it again and a short period of time we do not understand that the debt problem is a bipartisan paul people ask me who skoll both parties republicans and democrats want to spend her dipper were you sons and they typically get together graduate general back compromise and spin up on all fronts the military hawks who mccain's in grams of this world they get their money by making a deal with the left and given them their welfare mining yet warfare and welfare and that's why we're bankrupt the i think lindsey graham said you have bad info on tax reform was he talking about that accounting you your creative accounting you were talking about i think what are we talking about is that really he someone who just doesn't represent conservative principles and so he wants to try to figure out a way out of that but if you look back to our history he's been on the other side working with the other side from immigration to blasting the gatt for decades now and frankly it asked to be debated republicans are gonna have to decide who yours up equal or your conservative when we go home and then do we let these guys off.

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"rudman" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rudman" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Sugar ray leonard all go is always the people to say ploy camp part of the people who take it off punches to the face asked conor mcgregor she's not that fasting not that strong all i told you could help us get worse it fifty pulled down and six people joe having today six now watchasia evening four died and six to post more routed rescue power was shot up the power shot he shouldn't let me down my she'll let me go down let me get back to me corner no rough you were done it remember get when they went to the ain of global told you postpone triple eupol floor water tier that move he wanted go adolf have all the loebs because he knew he could touch in ottawa that extra padding when i'm hitting you side you'll dome i told you skift he will spring that trap owning he gotti walked him in the deep water august waist deep konica stay in it on the go a little further laura route seeks rows severed route eight how was shot after power was shot at the powers young skip any will come and he could he could have he could skippy at to win is live he wasn't a by that you know that abdel then now now monday all these mma people all carter where tin roof no no no shut up i wanna hear that new fare conor mcgregor would go on to win floyd mayweather is forty years old had two years of inactivity and he ran through the bad if man on the planet grant with like graham rudman whitney tax dollars an eighty you around these would you know how they ran through that i have no idea what you're talking to worry about glad you you know what happens there tonight um i i saw very different in your described only monuments watch another channel i dunno all as this was another fight on how 'bout this did you watch maybe triple gene can i of how i miss out i don't know what it to you like this.

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