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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Like if i was looking just flatly across thirty two different organizations and saying is a team going to develop this guy in my in my guestimation on that on josh was i was not as optimistic that he was going to be able to reach the immense stealing that he undoubtedly possesses situation finance for all these guys and i think joshua canedo got put into great situation he would he was in the high fit. Mock draft that we did as we said as a swing on a rare athletic profile a pedigree that warrants some consideration and the chiefs are more confident that they're going to be the team that's able to get the most out of this player a high level of confidence that they're going to be able to develop which is why he went in the fourth round. And if they think he can and they do. It's big time craig. Yeah i just want to address because a lot of people are going to hear that and think. Oh he's town are passing you know. Oh he's not he. Don't get me started. Tunnel was fake. Athletic athletic profile was extremely overrated tile lead athlete for a two hundred and nine hundred pounder. You keep played dot an elite athlete for defensive. i think that's where things get lost between tonga athleticism and other guys. You compare him to defensive ends because that's where he played. He was a very average to slightly below average athlete. You compared to two hundred ninety pounds not named aaron donald then he was elite or even adjusted for some of his weight with his relative athletic score was a good athletic score. It wasn't elite. Yeah meanwhile canedo is elite. So i mean there's you need to look at it from the standpoint of he's going to move well he's gonna move way differently and he's also donald passing no played a lower level and hadn't played a ton of football like coming out of high school. There weren't a whole lot of people that were like. Oh boy recognize it tunnel passing those got an athletic profile. Got the ability to play defensive end at this level joshua canedo number one defensive end recruit so i mean take those tana passing calms that you got in your head right now at thrown out the window because it's just not a good one. Joshua canedo was the number five prospects in his recruiting class for rivals in two thousand seventeen. One five i mean we can all have anybody else closing thoughts on canedo. You can go after this but just by final bit was. I haven't watched much of this past season. So the twenty twenty tape of canedo is is kit had. I do know that he was dealing with an ankle injury. I do believe throughout the majority of it. That's part of why he didn't end up down mobile for the senior bowl. Despite being invited. I would suggest anybody that is going back to just watch some film with him just to watch missy what he is watched two thousand and nineteen. I don't exactly know how well he was. Moving in twenty twenty in nineteen before the knee injury. He was moving at a different level than a lot of other guys that got drafted before him or even after him in the strath all right. Pick one sixty two. The chiefs traded up for tight. End noah gray out of duke and he had a birthday yesterday. Happy birthday noah. Glad you didn't get picked on day too because now you're kansas city chief jake one our contest this year with this player we all take ten players each that we could potentially take and jake got this one right. He had no grades the last pick in the draft draft And noah gray maybe not your traditional in line tied in a guy that you can line up as an h. guy with some I think he's got a little fluidity through his frame. Frankly for a guy his size. I think it's really impressive And i think he's got promised as a pass catcher as a route runner. Matti lane thoughts on noah gray. Actually i think it was highest person on noah gray out of our group. I have just barely below hunter. Long who i think. Almost everybody saw is the clear cut. Fourth-best and i had them almost with a neck and neck grade so i was a big noah. Great fan and the reason is similar. Just talked about canedo. You watch noah gray you get him in space. His movement ability is just different. He looks like wide receiver when he's out there moving. I'm not in any way shape or form. You compare him as a player to travis county again. Not comparing him to travis kelsey. But you watch the way travis. Kelsey uses his feet in his hips to beat defensive backs in the nfl. Noah gray was doing at the college level defensive backs. There's a gap there. I'm just saying that he doesn't move like tied it. He's not he's not running straight lines of the seem. He's not making one small rounded break to get open like pat fryer news. No he is running very good routes. He runs very crisp very clean routes. He is an athletic mismatch and the open-field because of his footwork. Because of fluidity you know as a blocker. There's a little bit to be worked on there. I'll let craig dive really deep into the block and stuff for because there is some work to be done but just as a mismatch weapon you get him in space. You get him matched up with defensive backs or linebackers. i do think he can take advantage. Some of those guys. yeah he. He's a little. Ill light he comes into forty and his build is just kind of a little more. Wiry than your traditional tight. End that you're gonna look at the blocking effort. Level is one hundred percent there. This this man is going to try his ass off to block but he just doesn't have the the strength. The base the mast. Really move people office spot too much. So that's kind of why we're talking about him as maybe more of h. Maybe a you know. A chiefs area scout said that that he might actually be a fullback. He might get some fullback reps. So i actually that might not have been in areas that might have been ryan nut i anyway. Somebody from the chief said that he might get some fullback ribs that makes sense you wanna blocking on the move. You want him putting that athleticism in that explosion into the blocker rather than trying to line up in line with an offensive tackle and try to kick out a defensive andrew. Something like that. Just not gonna go as well but yeah i'm with mattie as a runner the nuance at the top of the route is outrageously good. The shoulder fakes the head. Fakes things like that. We got to see him in mobile at the senior bowl and granted. It wasn't the best group of coverage players that he could go up against but he really was able to create massive separation and he was able to get away from a lot of these guys early in the route and then shake them later.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"What a what a what a man would up. I don't think I'm not with hang down on. The i understand the angle but i think that does to a young blocking the stars and they don't really need that they need to avoi- stepping into a great man shoes on those issues. Those are big shoes. Feel and tyson is an icon in boston. I ought to try to kill him thinking. Is you create your own lang fan. Like definitely not gonna not at this stage. I want you know aol now. They they both stars all of it. They don't need to be on. Nobody undercard now ryan nuts. I think that's absurd. And they carried attached on their own. They can carry pay-per-view per view. You know what i mean. Even though i got a question foxy ryan's fight hair. Like six thousand fans but earldom fight him like sixteen thousand and a bolt was. What was the different there. I think he chose a smaller arena. They knew he couldn't do that. Many cigarettes they probably calculated for less. That's all that's the only. That's the only thing i could think of. 'cause i i seen i seen the same thing like why. Why only six thousand fans you know that. That's insane to me. Take be more than that and booking but it was also not a pandemic. I was prepared. That was a great interview with. Roy is pretty good. I've been. I've been looking at do for a minute and And you been on come win by the young play. I the first. Is you name benjamin on chest. No i'm not benjamin. Oh jemaine or check. Foam says com. We a couple game day. You'll like no no accord what what's your. What's your squawk sixteen. You had to sixteen ninety year. That was me. i can't. I can't fuck what you share which you want me to do. I try. simeoni won't do it again. But listen there's levels and i understand my level i try which you right and then there was like five games. Beat me i got. I'm not at a sixteen in my day. You caught me. You might have caught me like at a twelve. Forty day brian. I'm not twelve forty today. I've been having a fucking losing streak. I guess. I guess you started and after that after that. Ask cooking kicking took to you a dropped from twelve forty man. I think i'm at like ten ten ten nineties ten right now. But i'm low man but i don't think of their strength because i've kinda gauge you'll but you can play. You're not like a bomb. You can play you. just make moves under time pressure. That's just not that good. You panic canada but I noticed my car. And that's my call man. You know we'll talk about y'all you guys have had to come out to border wars man. That's where we had a board in the last one in dallas man. I i beat everybody but it would be good to have you know. It was no is march. The team we had what's his name mall. Simms was there. He was winning. Two until i sat down. But now that you good good you know who you gotta look for. Let me go to my losses. Roy i'm gonna tell you who to look for. He he kicked my ask. Where do i find my losses. Man his name is benjamin. He listens to this. Show all tom and man. If that dude ain't too good for me man be beaten crab biden rating. I would be on a real quick. You ain't doing nothing benjamin. He's a nineteen forty and this do pounds on man. I never wanna gabriel. Listen i got. I don't i don't play on. Dot com check them like two thousand two thousand buffalo herd. We may go to go to. Benjamin fast is spelled. Different actually is be e. n. g. a. m. i. n. So is ben gaming four five. Oh i'm gonna look them up because this dooby fucking joe he beats me no cease better than keep access to play like my fugger while you're trying to take tack on me man. When he comes he got a tank top. When we beat you. Go look at your game de figure out what you'd be in rome. Grooves looking is sad. Br i got one draw with his eyes he probably he probably offer elite join. I accept the joe amount. Got me talking chest. They mad at me twin. I gotta fight for you to win but we might have to do a catchweight. Talk to me was the cat was going up. What what what's the most comfortable you feel like going up..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:21 min | 8 months ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Junior, the deputy County administrator, He made up a list of 500 businesses, 500 restaurants and bars to go harass and spy on like a bunch of Commies in China. That's what we have here now. Bunch of Khamis I mean, we knew they were comedies and Pima County divorce. They literally think their government have the job of them is to spy on us. This is so off the charts. We'll get into it. It's on my page A canister. Com Second thing I think you need to know is anti schools. Todd Jaeger. No science says. Okay, well, go back to school this week, but we'll do remote learning when we get back January 4th Thank you. Bernie Schools, met over the weekend and said, We're gonna do horrible learning right away starting on Monday. Veils like we're not sure yet, And this is after Pieman counties, like schools are not the cause of this. They're positivity rates on like 3%. By the way, my kids charter schools doing just fine Still. Just fine. All the charter schools. They're doing just fine. Plenty of that work. This is all about teachers not wanting to work by the way. Third thing I think you need to know. Is this is just coming out. Here we go. Um, the epic times. You ready for this? They finally got the okay. Judge said Yes. You could release the information that you found out with the forensic report of Dominion Voting machines Headline Dominion software intentionally designed to influence election results, according to the forensics report. Three things. I think you need to know. Hang I will get to all everything I've been talking about. Which is, by the way, been stupendous. Am I right? Or am I right? And this is the last week I'll be here for the years. You're gonna have Gary withdraw, and I totally get it off withdrawal from you. You have no idea like I drive my wife insane. I Dr Ryan nuts. I'll be up. I'll be doing Social Media Ryan. Text me go back to sleep. Stop doing things whenever I'm off, right, That's what you do. I appreciate it, though. I drive my wife thoughts, I talk to myself. What I do now, but the microphone so I just there's like no microphone. But you don't talk to me. I don't want you never take me out of teaching. I go sit my casita and have the mic on when it will be logged into the radio station will be talking. Make me feel better Call me on teams each other while you talk. So s so this story A forensic audit of Dominion voting systems. Just listen to this. Hang on. Forensic audit of Dominion voting systems machines and software Michigan showed they were designed to create fraud and influence erection election results Am l same blips data firm set on Monday. Remember this guy? We played a sound bite Russell Rams Lynn Jr. The co founder of Allied Security Operations group. He's the one that made that We went on some ladies video that she does some YouTube channel. He's down in Dallas and he was October 28th. And we were you. He said. Oh, yeah, Dominion. It could totally be hacked has been made to be hacked all this other stuff. And he had a preliminary report wrote. We conclude that the Dominion voting system is intentionally and purposely designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud influence our election results. The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The Elektronik ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of balance with no oversight, no transparency and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Based on our study. We conclude that Dominion that many voting system should not be used in Michigan. That's where is used from he was hired by the attorney. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified. That's the county where they had a couple days after the election. They said. Oh, how we had 6000 votes that should have gone to trump that went to Biden. Other this Russell Rams. Lin is a former Reagan administration official who has worked for NASA. Others from the group Examine Dominion products in Antrim County earlier this month, is part of an ongoing case. And you know This is not Just the two many machines used in Michigan. Up and then yes, hang on before. Even so. We have Dominion used in Maricopa County, the biggest county that we have here in Arizona. The most votes isn't in the country. I think to the Bay the most most Republican voter, anyway. The most votes for that aspect. It's just insane is off the charts. So yet we're going to have by the way. R Wis. Ified state senators and state representatives. Certify the votes here today in in Arizona, you're gonna have I guarantee you're gonna have literally zero push back. From these Republicans. I think every single one of them listen. You tried and you failed. It's like any job. You're you're fired, like Trump would say on the Apprentice. You're fired. We need to get out every single state senator, that's Republican state rabbi it. Listen, I the Democrats need to go to We can't have these Republicans that are all talk and literally zero action. I'm telling like, literally zero action. I'm convinced that Mark Fincham on Lee did that whole big Rudy Giuliani thing to get his name out there so he can say Hey, look, Look, I tried really hard. So when I'm secretary of state, you know, I'm gonna try hard to be a Where were you? There was no Literally. No pressure brought together as a group on speaker of the house, Rusty Bowers to call committee so they could put in their own slate of electors. Since they didn't do that. You've you're done your failed no. For all the I can read the whole list of Republican lawmakers. Just know when you gonna ease alleged dot gov slash member roster Every Republican, you need a primary. Um, like this is not acceptable anymore. So I'm in l d 11. Mark Fincher's turned out. There's no way in hell that Mark Finch would be the next secretary State. Brad Roberts. Sorry, but you need to go like Again. Don't mistake effort for accomplishment. There really wasn't any effort there and there was no accomplishment. There's nothing that Kelly Townsend nice person. Goodbye, State Senator By Vince Leech. You suck Vince leeches so happy that he is he is, you know, kissing the butt of do suffer and state and Senate president campaign you need to go to that's where I am. Where about where? What about your legislators? Wherever you're listening on the I heard radio up in the state of Arizona or anywhere else, they all.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Party Lines

"You know. So fifty minutes is a little bit unprecedented. Absolutely. From CBC PODCASTS and the Fifth Estate brainwashed is a multi-front investigation into the as experiments in mind control from the cold. War. And M., K., ultra to the so called war on terror, we learn about a psychiatrist who use his patients as human guinea pigs and what happens when the military and medicine collide listen to brainwashed on the CBC listen APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Hi I'm Michelle Shepherd host of uncover Sherman any. From CBC PODCASTS in Nineteen, Ninety, nine, fifteen year, old charming and on. Devel- disappeared on her way to a job that is believed in exist four months. Later, her remains were found in a wooded ravine I revisit the case that stayed with me for over twenty years ever since I I covered it as a cup crime reporter for the Toronto Star you can find uncovered shows me on CBC listen or on your favorite podcast? APP. Okay we're back and listen we have been at the mercy of the new cycle. So we haven't had that much time to talk about the US economy on this podcast specifically how either side plans to help just the average person who's lost their job or seen their business go under as a result of covid nineteen. Now, this question was brought back in the news this week since Donald Trump tweeted out of the blue that he wanted to end the talks over a new stimulus bill and he threw their Goshi into chaos, a lot has happened even since then his treatment, a lot of people angry and by the end of the week, those negotiations were back on the White House and they're proposing a one point, eight trillion dollars relief package. It's the largest one that's been proposed yet Paul. We are recording this Monday morning can you just give us an idea of how we got here to this point? So back in March, there was this rare spirit of bipartisanship where both parties realized they needed to do something was economic catastrophe. And they get together they pass what's called. The cares act, which was a major piece of legislation something like three trillion dollars in aid to small businesses, big businesses, individuals, unemployed people. And then that all started expiring by around the end of July and the expectation was. That there was going to be another cares act something to fill the gap because of course, we are still very much in the middle of this pandemic. That did not happen I think in large part. The reason that didn't happen was because of these really small interpersonal issues where back in March the person negotiating on behalf of the White House was Treasury, Secretary Steve Mnuchin who clearly wanted to get a deal done. But how we got to July trump had a new chief of staff Mark Meadows who came from the Freedom Caucus in that house, which is the far right branch of the Republican. Party. In the house at not just opposes Nancy Pelosi in the Democrats everything but causes a huge headache to their own party and certainly drove Paul Ryan nuts when he was Republican speaker this. Is. Not, someone who is going to go in and try to negotiate nice in luxuriance aid bill. This is someone who's built his entire reputation and political career on being fiscally conservative extreme and sure enough him. Nancy Pelosi could not come to a deal at they are willing to meet us in the middle..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"And. That's going to be a fascinating piece of this because I bet you. There's some exceptions made in some rule changes to allow more time visiting with these guys. I bet you the minimums on on interviews at the combine. There's just so many things could really happen, but if the are making the deep playoff run. They're not going to be able to get as many is on guys potentially because breaches going to be there. Now they're scouts are more than capable, but you still want your decision maker a little bit more involved in that situation, he probably won't be. So it's clearly gonNa make the job a little bit harder for the chiefs in every other team in the NFL you have to conferences now play all a lot of those guys aren't going to get a chance to play you're GONNA have a bunch of other schools any division to school the math any other non power five conference probably isn't gonNA play. There's GonNa be a lot of kids that don't get it go out there and showcase their progression their development throughout their college years. Makes the process of scouting significantly deeper? We've given some examples already. Here's the thing if the chiefs front office has been anything, it's thorough. They have a point like this. She's front office is very competent. They have a plan we've heard guys like Brennan Daily House talk about players that they liked from the year before especially talking about data, these guys do a little bit of evade scouting. They've got their eyes. On people already I do think their jobs will be harder but if there was a few teams in the NFL that I would say I don't think this is going to affect his badly I would definitely put the chiefs group from what we've seen from them. So far I think the infrastructure really good. They will be able to figure it out and work with it a lot better than most other teams. Just, it does make it a lot harder logistically especially with travel schedules, travel bans and everything like that going on I expect they'll figured out as good as any NFL team us. Luckily, the chiefs have Ryan Nut, the director of college scouting. He's the guy that's kind of been responsible for putting these guys that he likes in front of Brett vh to kind of narrow things down we've seen the past address have been particularly good. Ryan, nut has done his. Job and yet it's going to rely on him to do his research to be there at an instance like the senior bowl. That may one of the few times that he gets a see some of these guys out there and really give a good breakdown and a good scout of each one of these players I. Think you're going to see a lot of teams, the chiefs other NFL teams that go out of their way to have their hands on drills. At the senior bowl, you have coaches that are down on the sideline. You know guys that kind of ask some the teams to run guys through specific drills or ask for a specific guys to be at the senior bowl because they wanna see him at different positions. You may see a lot of teams make a lot more requests because they didn't get the tape. They don't know what these guys can do if they are looking. At a position switch then maybe they want to see them there so that they can see them in those positions and give them the Kinda reps that they want their because it is going to be very limited. I expect that the chiefs probably going to be one of those teams as well. Some of these situations are unique to the chiefs potentially you know like if they make a long run, but a lot of these are just. They're just for the entire NFL in general you know all these teams are going to be playing a similar environment and there's only a variables that can really change for the chiefs but largely, every team is going to be kind of facing the same uphill battle trying to collect information and get things right on this It's GonNa be interesting to watch especially this there's still so much in the air. We don't know what's going to happen. We don't know if the if the college football is even going to happen for sure in any capacity now, we still don't know we're GONNA find out. But. the teams that are the most. Flexible during this entire process or probably GONNA be the ones that find the most success and I think that she have been pretty flexible to this point. I think you know run it back probably had a little bit to do with the environment that we're all in right now. Let's take a break. We'll be back right after this. We we had chiefs news. Since the last time, we talked Alex okafor restructured his contract saving the chiefs, roughly three million dollars and making him a free agent in twenty twenty one. Very interesting move this late in the year this late in the preseason process Craig ends up saving the chiefs about two million dollars in cap space this year bumping him up to about thirteen million but the part that's the most intriguing is the lopping off of that last year of the contract because make no mistake Alex Fort was going to get cut. If he didn't agree to this restructuring, it looks like. A move that is completely under the umbrella of Hey. Alex were looking to move on from you and we need this amount of money. This is the amount of money that we would save. If you want to be here, we need to restructure your contract so that we can say that money anyway. So I do think that the chiefs is we went to him and said, you're in a pandemic, it's going to be tough to find work. Please agree to this contract and it looks like he and his agent did because I don't really see too much of a benefit for Alex Okafor in this restructure as some of these other restructures tend to be for the player. Essentially just had to be the threat of being cut outweighed. The possibility of getting paid a little bit more money this year he's getting more this year than if he was outright not a ton more but a little bit more by doing this restructure. So he makes a little bit more money this year in his mind he's hitting the free agency next year where there should be a little bit more unavailable or if not, he's still preparing himself for the future with there shouldn't get money return to normal because it sounds like the chiefs had to be willing to call him for him to do this deal where he makes less money by the end of his contract completely get rid. Of the chance to make next year's like this helps the chief significantly more than it helps Alex okafor he had to believe that the threat to cut him was real. He had to believe that the chiefs would be willing to like okay. We're going to have to do this without you now or I don't see why he would take this deal overall. So to his defense like, yeah, he kinda got put into a corner here that she's willing to do it by he decide to make deal he's betting on himself have a good year and make more money in the long run. Just it's a very bold move for the chiefs. Kinda. Shows you how they're feeling about their team right now. The I think the interesting piece of all this like I do think this was a business side handling of the Covert Situation I. Think they leveraged what's happening with the potential revenue of the NFL next year in and I think the chiefs use that leverage to negotiate with Alex? OKAFOR. For and I don't know if we've seen that yet to this point, I'm not sure we've seen the cheese do that yet they did here. In, my opinion at least Ed on the chiefs are over the cap right now. For Twenty, twenty one still Alex Okafor for move and they're still going to be, and there's probably going to be a couple decisions they gotta make next year. If the cap projections are what they really are..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Shawn Watson was showing up and putting up some statistical numbers. In his rookie year and Patrick Mahomes was sitting on the bench you know wasting away I was really nervous not from a sense that I didn't believe in Patrick Mahomes numbers or what Patrick Mahomes was going to be able to do I was just like Ok does Shawn Watson the showing promise we still have an unknown quantity here in Kansas City the pressures on here a little bit. Oh Is this going to happen is the thirty four years is the curse of the Kansas City chiefs GonNa come into Shawn Watson, GonNa, ball out and pay all this stuff all this anxiety. Watching mahomes just embarrassed the rest of the young quarterbacks with how good he is compared compared to all these guys has been the most delicious the most enjoyable thing that fifty, one, thirty, one come back blow out that they had in the AFC divisional round just sparked all the joy for me I think the Sean with the backstory go into picks before him. You know getting that little headstart on all this conversation Patrick. Just blown them out of the water makes him the rival for me. I want to continue to do that listening to Charles and friend of the show Tarez talk about how they want a true. He'll up against Patrick Mahomes as baby face here they threw out Baker Mayfield as a guy that is the perfect foil for Patrick Mahomes. So I I listened to it, I fully agree when Baker, Mayfield gets traded to the CIA. Bears the team that passed on Patrick Mahomes. Now all the sudden. We got ourselves some heat to this rivalry. That's what I want that I want Baker Mayfield and that offense under Matt, Nagy to click like give him the opportunity to have Baker. Mayfield have it be a good functioning offense and then have Baker think that he's being slighted by not being mentioned in the same breath as Patrick mahomes I want that everybody wants set everybody writes about football once that would be incredible. So give me that the low hanging fruit is clearly Lamar Jackson. I'm not gonNA take that because there's zero chance he's out quarterbacking Patrick Mahomes ever. Next I actually almost went with Gardner men shoe just because he has the kind of swag victims stand across from Patrick Mahomes and make for some great television. But again, I, don't think we're GONNA get that the one that I would really like to. Keep it in the division. Give me drew lock hitting his absolute ceiling. Here's another guy. He does not lack in confidence. He plays a very exciting brand of football the to play each other twice a year at minimum. Every single year both offenses are clearly setting out to surround the guys players. You could have a lot of fun games between the two. I. Think you have two guys it would not back down from one. Another drew lock very clearly has charisma from the little bit that you've got to see from on. The sideline or Missouri fans no I think that would be a fun when he has a long way to go to get their compared to some of these other guys like the shot Watson or even Baker. Mayfield. But if he can get there that that is a lot of fireworks put up into a divisional match up, you would see over and over multiple times every single year I think that would be the pinnacle of some kind of rival quarterback rivalry in the NFL will be being in the same division if drew lock. Becomes the rival I am making fun of the backpack celebration. Any chance I get like I've just like it'll be kirk cousins level rant Swanson going off about the backpack. The, let's be honest. Patrick Mahomes is about to be the villain after the second super bowl he's going to oh yeah everybody everybody already hates us but they're better eight us more they hate us because they ain't us. Curtis Heintz asked after listening to the Post Super Bowl Best of show. And Matt saying that Brett visas the best chiefs. GM is visas g entry going to be talked about like Andy Reed's coaching tree. Mattie definitely remember saying that of the Post Super Bowl show and I don't definitely not drunk I. Don't I don't know what you're talking about how to draw alcohol my life I do not know if people know about GM's trees like I don't know of a GM tree is a common thing I don't. Know. If people follow that super closely because what ends up happening is you get a lot of cat guys or a lot of guys that work in the pro personnel development that worked their way through and then branch off somewhere else before they ever did to a position that you hear of them. So I don't think there's ever going to be the recognition from any GM tree that you get from a coaching tree but specifically, no. Coaching trees so good I. don't even know if Brett Vito has enough yet to really have it be called the breadth, each GM tree and Amory's coaching changes gone on. So long it's been so good so far I just I don't see. There's any chance for him to catch up. I think he's gotTa keep guys like Chris. Bergonzi Brandt till is Ryan nut into building for a long period of time, and they've got a jump to Chris Ballard level of GM and build teams on their own in order to be that kind of guy. Yeah. They're the GM. Trees are really harder to come by. You don't hear me the wolf tree. Is One that a lot of people talk about but you know how many beyond that lay Tony Forty four with Martinez rank starting on the pup who would you say would be the starting offensive lied right now. Yet taken break ins out I. Think it's Fisher. Assembly. remers. And Mitch Schwartz I think they like Mike remers quite a bit and I think that that. Is the only one that's really up for grabs here I think the rest of them are pretty locked down I, know that I said that. Last week afford L. D. T. or two weeks ago before L. D. T. was out that the left guards about was the only one that wasn't locked down now swaps with L. D. T. opting out here. So I think that that's the only true variable in all of this I really don't have a whole lot to add here. These are my exact same. Often divine predictions would be Fisher Assembly writer I think rivers is GonNa win that Right Guard job out if Martinez Rankin cannot come back and can be an individual shorts I'm hoping you. Can really push them. I, think the athleticism gives you a lot higher upside I just think the consistency that river showed two years ago when he was playing guard for the Vikings just the veteran experience I think he's GonNa. Be The guy I was GonNa win that job. Of Holding out hope for Martinez Week One But yeah, I tend to agree I think remers is probably GONNA wind up being guy now just the more I think about it and remember like this is such a weird season. You want experience. This is why the chiefs brought guys like Anthony Sherman back and it's why John Love it is not on the roster which we're going to get to second. There's just continuity experience is going to be very valued here this because of how weird it is. Speaking of John Lovett L. Door fourteen asks how upset is everyone with the release of John Lovett since chief and Carolina hadn't in this first depth chart l. best pot around. Thank you appreciate that. I had to do a lot of mental gymnastics to make it make sense for love to make the Rosser because realistically as soon as the chiefs resigned Anthony Sherman, he wasn't going to make the roster. They are not going to carry to fullback season I. Think you're seeing the fact that they even got rid of their next fullback. Now, they're not even going to try to mess around too much having two made ones around camp. Love. It was not gonNA play tight. He can't sit on the line of scrimmage and blocking defensive end that's not his game right now he had no shot of. Actually making the roster. I..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Paralysis. Please help me welcome this incredible man. Hal Elrod Hall. Thank you so much for being here. My friend I appreciate you taking the time the mark is it is an honor. Because as I mentioned I had on my podcast and Fell in love with you and your your spirit and your work at that point and so yeah so I'm I'm grateful to To be with you now. I'm so grateful for you as well at another. You're incredibly busy. So thank you for taking the time and so we'll just jump right in there all the advice you have. I love because it's so pragmatic and you talk about a way to redefine your goals. That you say will make it. Impossible to fail and this removes. WHO's the fear of failure? Can you tell my listeners. A little bit about that. Yeah I like that. We started there. the I I will just say I learned this from my mentor. Dan CASSETTA Sette In my former company that was with for six years Cut Go and I believe he learned this from the Great Jim. Rohn you know The they say there are or no new ideas right. But but there's there's always new ways to hear them and often at a new time in our lives when the light win the lesson can make a really radical impact. Well this this lesson changed my life when I learned it and I think for most people today. It's it's really a life changing less than because we've typically you goals in a very black and white paradigm. It's it's either. I hit the goal and I have succeeded or I don't hit the goal and I have failed and that fear of not hitting the goal whether it's the fear of failure or maybe the fear of wasting our time right. which would if I why would I give everything a happening? Not Reach the goal and then it's a waste of what what was the point of it and the the purpose of a goal and I'm GonNa Paraphrase what was taught by the Great Jim Ryan in the way that I applied in my life. The purpose of goal is not to hit the goal. That is that is a purpose that is one of them. But when I say the ultimate purpose of goal I'm talking about what is the greatest value available to you in setting in working towards a goal regardless of whether or not you hit it and so in that context the purpose of goal is to develop the qualities characteristics to be able to achieve your goals not just the one year working towards now but hopefully bigger and better goals in the future that you have yet to even imagine Agean so when you think about it. If you don't hit the goal but you literally give it everything you have which by the way. That's the only way you develop. Those qualities knows characteristics is to really contain unwavering. Self belief unwavering faith that you can do it before the extraordinary effort every day and really give it everything you have regardless of where you the end up. Most people are not on track for the goal. They throw in the towel early. And they're like guessing not gonna hit it. It's like Whoa. You're not you're not done growing. You're not done becoming. You're not done developing the qualities and characteristics of goal achievement of someone who can do anything but your mind too so you know theoretically if you work work towards a goal in that way. Get everything you have. You developed more disciplined more consistency more belief in yourself through the efforts. But let's say you missed the goal. Well that doesn't change who you became. That doesn't change those qualities in those characteristics that mindset those habits those behaviors those the skills the knowledge you attain that lasts indefinitely right the hitting the goal like I said it's a monetary gopher example. Right money spent vent real quick and then it's like. was that really the goal. The goal isn't like in the book chapters. Called the goal is not the goal right because you think the goal is the goal. But it's not the goal. It's who you become. That is really your ultimate goal and the greatest benefit that's available to you. That's so powerful reminds me Bruce. Lee's quote where he says. The the the goal is not necessarily what you're trying to achieve be you're trying to achieve the person who will achieve that goal. So that's Jim Rohn stole from Bruce Lee our we all enjoy Minjiang. Bruce Lee probably got it from the Bible or knows right. That's it I mean and that's the beautiful thing about it because we respect him. We absorb the truth irrespective of source and if they can help the bus help more people than is our responsibility to try to use it so I love that. That's that's so powerful now before we dive into the murky equation. which is your nurse book? I WanNa take a member to touch on the book your best known for the Miracle Morning. which is the one that like? I said somebody gave it to me whenever I was trying to recover. I just got out of the military and I didn't know what to do with my life and for me. Even the recovery was difficult. The hardest thing to know what to do next was would I do with my life okay. I've recovered I'm I'm able to walk again. There has to be a meaning to this. What do I do with? I thought so your book the Miracle Morning gave me an incredible direction and helped me a lot with that. So what is the difference between the the miracle morning and your newest book that you're talking about today yeah other than the word miracle right in both titles the miracle morning is Trying to think of the best way to explain this and you think this is what I talked about all the time. I should have this down but but the thing is I have it down in a ten minute explanation. I'm trying to save the listeners. From that timid explanations so so my elevator herbage of the miracle morning is a daily practice for personal And it is interestingly enough. It is based on the work of Jim Rohn it. It was actually in A. Here's the quick story. Two Thousand Eight on I was at my rock bottom like I had the economy had crashed and I lost over half my clients And therefore I lost my income I could not pay my bills particularly my mortgage. The bank foreclosed on my house. And I was it really at the lowest point in my life life where I cancelled my gym membership. I had on my body. Fat percentage had tripled in in six months in that same six months time I had grown into a depression for the first time in my life and because I was scared to nothing I did my income cup. Declining declining declining and my debt kept growing couldn't buy groceries. I was living on a credit card and Just to be really clear. So people have a total clarity on what that was like it was I was earning. I adjust surpass ten thousand dollars a month in income before the economy crashed and when it crashed I was at forty six hundred a month. Something like this right I was I had lost over half my income. Gums and my mortgage alone was thirty. Five hundred with taxes of rights plus added car payment. So it's like I I. I paid those in that with and then eventually something in the mortgage. Because I couldn't buy food you you know and I was living on the credit card and so on long story short. I actually long story a little bit less long. I ended up talking to one of my closest friends who is now my business partner. In Seoul in my best friends John Awfully run live events together and masterminds and such but I reached out to John and said Hey John. I haven't told anybody this 'cause I just you know I'm. I'm a success coach so if advertising that I'm failing miserably is kind of counterintuitive. If you're I'm not sure what to do but I also felt like a fraud by the way marcus because of that. 'cause I mike who might coach Yvan being successful when I can't be successful myself I'm falling apart and and I told John and I said what do I do do anything man. You're you're one of the smartest guys I know. What should I do? And he answered with a couple of questions he said. Let me ask you a question. Are you run. Are you exercising reciting every day and got kind of upset. I thought what the heck I literally said. What the hell does that do anything? I just told you right like are you not. Are you playing a game on your phone or something and not listening like what I just told you might. My world is crumbling financially. And you're like oh you exercising every knicks so if it hello. I'm serious if you're not putting yourself in peak physical mental and emotional state through daily exercise you are going to stay at the level of consciousness that got you in that situation relation you've got to increase your level or racial consciousness elevated so that you are thinking at a higher level said in the most fundamental way to do that is get blood. Oh I didn't oxygen running through your body up to your brain every single day if I were you I'd go for a run or a jog for staying in the morning. I go okay all all right you know you got me there. At what else and he said are you engaging in personal development every day I said honestly no man. I'm literally in survival mode like I wake up by going my office. I do what I can do. And then I work until my eyes are bleeding from looking at the computer till nine o'clock at night and then I go to bed you know and maybe veg out on TV for an hour for in the evening or whatever typical most people wake up at the last minute right route trudge through their day watch some TV go to bed. Rinse and repeat and wonder why. Don't I have the extraordinary life that I see other people have. I want that I feel like I deserve. I'm a good person right. And so he said if I were you I'd go for a run the next morning and I would listen to a self help audio. And he recommended Jim Rohn ironically by the way his mentor that I learned that I lost from we had the same mentor. Dan Cassetta who learned from Jim Ryan. I just literally put that together right now so all him. Yeah Yeah exactly. And by the way if you don't know Tony Robbins Opens Mentor. Dr Jim Ryan Nuts. He's like he was one of the first people in the industry to really any some of its losses are the most wise in affable right. I'm asking you nodding your head Marcus. Yeah but But so I listened to Jim Audio that John and recommended and I went for run the next morning and I was begrudgingly right. I'm like this is so stupid I should be in my office making calls trying to get clients lance why am I running right now and listening to audio. This is not like and that's the problem. We we think that to to achieve more. We need to do more and what I was about to learned from the repeat from from Jim is the secret to achieving more is not necessarily doing more. It's becoming more and when you become more as in more capable more.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I think it's an ego aflame inflating option to <hes> you know launch a new get into that puppy and just make it go boom right of course the thing is this fragments of the larger n._a._t._o. Into smaller chunks that you know hopefully if you're dealing with a small enough ennio you're you're breaking it up into chunks that will then just burn up in the atmosphere. Should they hit the atmosphere but <hes> you know it's also you could look at it another way say well. It's a bit like turning an incoming slug or an incoming bullet into an incoming blast of buckshot right according according to alan duffy one of the researchers we mentioned earlier he was quoted in the washington post saying that this option of <hes> nuking it and blowing it into pieces he says quote it makes for a great hollywood film. The challenge with a new luke is that it may or may not work but would definitely make the asteroid radioactive okay so radioactive buckshot yeah gosh now the more popular ideas ideas involve changing the trajectory yes in these range from crashing another object into it so like croquet or billard style you know to gentle gently gently nudging it off course as this is generally known as the kinetic impact but you could also use nukes for this as well it should be point out like if you were to use a nuclear our device to deter <hes> to deflect an asteroid yeah. You wouldn't have to blow it up. You can just create an explosion in close enough proximity to it to try ryan nuts it off course yeah so you know of course you could have a connecticut impact or an explosion tried to divert its course another often discussed. Solution is what's known as the gravity gravity tractor. Oh yeah i really like this. One so this involves flying a probe out to meet the asteroid and then having the probe simply fly alongside it remember that gravity gravity works both ways it not only attracts smaller bodies to larger ones it also attracts larger bodies to smaller ones for example in our solar system the planets actually they do exert a small gravitational influence over the sun causing it to sort of wobble in place and the same would be true here over time..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on podnews

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on podnews

"The latest from pod news dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned a bunch of new podcasts, including the Chani Kirk show. The Miller report intelligence matters. This is love Latino till Latina and electronic propaganda society in our newsletter today, he'll find that at pod news dot net.

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Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

podnews

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"We're just Adamowicz Ataman while we had a Mambi better. Buy your tickets now or else you're going to be asked out. Yeah. June twelfth we're starting there in Minneapolis. Minnesota going all the way to Austin on the twenty ninth of June. There's going to be a lot of fun summer props. In theme. Ing we know you like theme ING. Props? Yeah. Right. Didn't brian. He's going to have proper Ryan's Nutting. Yeah. Brian's making props. Oh shit. Brian profanity get some props. Oh, cool to be like a blow palm tree. That's exact-. Don't as it is. Sorry. Jordan props over their the Brian. Mike nice flying everywhere on propeller play. Motorcycles, man. Oh, yeah. We are. Because we're the EDNA. Edna eggnog always revenue up their Harleys. We are. What about Santa on vacation? And he takes a motorcycle ride during the summer because him off. Oh, yeah. And he's got big. In all seriousness, though. This is is very exciting. This is very exciting for us. We we love to get out and shake hands with everybody. And we're going to be wearing big dogs t shirts and time to be wearing a big John. Seemed funny ninety s funding nineties like fun, fat guy t shirt. Not the lead dog the view ever. Yeah. Just like certain would wear in a pool. Yeah. Exactly. Barest go to pull with your shirt off. You had a shirt that said second place is the first loser. Classic wisdom from the big dog. Man shirts were aggressive. I know or kids shirts were in your fucking face, man. The summer boys of life tour is his summer. Boys of the summer. Boys of God, dammit. Okay. This out. The summer boys of summer tour is life. Everything else is just detained. Crisis. Lord. Yeah. So we're going to this is like this big fucking deal for us. I answered I had to go through a fucking like Camp David level negotiations with my wife to put together a tour this big of for many, many, many years Jordan has had inflexible work that does not allow us to plan a tour like this Jordan has has his wild and free lifestyle right now. So we finally have like a window where we can do this. We are pumped to do it. And like this is very exciting for us. It's very exciting for Bryan Bryan hasn't left the house in months other than to come here to do this show. And in fact, I'm a little worried he's living here. And he's he's finally found a use for those blue pump trees, he's been hoarding. Yeah. Wait, what does he using them for? Oh, I don't know Brian you fucking those. Let us know baby. He's heating. Okay. So please come out to these fucking shows. Don't miss them. And then call us into what commu never come into Austin. Yeah. We just came to Austin, Texas asshole. Just there here's the here's the saw movie at the draft house. We're coming to many of your towns most towns, Minneapolis, Saint Yukon, not at your town. We're in driving distance from your town or a short flight on a propeller airplane flight to see us, take take Amtrak to Washington DC, Atlanta. Yeah. If you're in Maine, come on, Tallahassee puddle jumper. Yeah. Cute. Grab a Greta puzzle. Jumper sure, that's one of those Ponto airplanes, hop it. A quick hovercraft. You know, what you know, why I recommend a puddle jumper above all else. You might meet that hot-babe pilot from northern exposure. I don't remember. Word for super foxy. Sure. Wait, who was the pilot always always wearing a leather jacket and was really pretty then main like love interest on that. See I think he had a couple I think they like got together. And then broke up for the last one point six years of it or something, but yeah, hurricane of exposure. You can find all those tour dates at maximum fund dot org slash summer. Boys of summer ticket. Links are all up all the tickets are on sale now except for Los Angeles..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"I think that that's a benefit and then also just facing Mike Smith defense. You do have an element of comfort there because there he's just gonna make bizarre decisions that don't make any sense in their secondary is not great. That's the. And so like Brent Grimes I know has played I I don't know what is deal is, I know he's. I've been on the enter report some, I think, but he has not played as well. And so if you have guys like holy in Calvin, Ridley hit ends, you know, Mohammed sue who has played while odd non, probably because you told people not to start him contemplating, just telling them to sit him again, and then everyone will get mad at me, but it's works of boss. But I am a little fishes and I think that that's a great idea. Yeah, I feel good about the falcons offic offense against the bucks defense. On on looking at this, some of the names Syria. Gina mentioned a few of them. You've got Jeremy coy, Jason Pierre, Paul Vinny curry on the defensive line Levada David who is sort of criminally underrated linebacker in league. Very good one. For the bucks. That'll do it for you. Genus. You know, their corners are sort of trash in their safeties row k. they're not great. They're not terrible. What do you think the key for the falcons is what? What do they need to try to establish to to put some points up against the bucks protect Matt, Ryan, nuts. Let's honestly all comes down to because you guys called a bucks, corners, trash in that may be a term of endearment considering the fact of how bad they are bucks have maybe more secondary in the league. Some the worst corners in the league. Bryan Grimes is giving a perfect passer rating to passes against him. Why eventually time? And I mean, it's legitimately keep Gerald. McCoy keep base Pierre. Paul out of the backfield give Matt Ryan's time something you didn't do against the Steelers in. I'm expecting some blitzes from the Tampa Bay bucks because just looking at the film against the Steelers, those blitzes were hitting home. The running backs, half to pick them up. They didn't do a very good job of that in Pittsburgh Coleman. In Freeman, each gave up a sack because they couldn't pick a blitzes in. I mean, just protect Matt Ryan, and I'm expecting Julio Jones to go completely off because for some reason, Mike Smith doesn't doesn't believe in single covering him, and he's about anyone that Julio Jones deserves double coverage in also I'm not worried about the offense. Devante Freeman might not play on Sunday, but is that really a bad thing? You look back at the Steve's sin, Steve Circasian God here devante Freeman, miss five games in count that game against the Cowboys where he played one series as a game missed because he pretty much had like one carry that game off. Falcons are thirty three point two points per game in those five games in their averaging nineteen point. One points per game in games were devante Freeman place in. I know the sample size isn't exactly like massive, but that's. It's really tough to ignore. That's a really weird statistic. Yeah, that definitely stands out in that. I've told the other writers that if it happens again on Sunday, I'm going full blown luminosity conspiracy theory on this because it's such a weird. Just stand up. Fourteen point difference on. That's that's ridiculous. Yeah. I mean, it's typically significant. I think small sample size, just five games, but I think that maybe Sark Gus, just rely on him too much as a security blanket and teams know that may Qian on him. Then you have to expand her game plan out and take advantage of all the talent you have. And I don't think Sark necessarily does that. Fear and we'll see Sunday because you know when the things we saw today was that for the second straight day, devante did not participate in practice..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on Dude Soup

"I never questioned that either. No question. I think that's a pal fantasy that, right? Like Like that. that. Yeah, yeah, it's powerful. Remember thinking. I can't remember when it hit me, but I think it was playing soul caliber. I think it was like four is when the proportion started getting really crazy. And so I was just like sweating looking at Sophia, I was like, wait a minute l. the dues crazy Jack to this is just like many Volvo. Yeah. So it's basically just that's when I was like, well, okay, maybe it's. I mean, the kind of is still masculine slant, but everything is overblown because midst ruby is fucking shredding out of his cool Kettani and feel like the final fantasy games like. When totally have crushes on final fantasy characters. But those are, I would also say squall a lot, right? They're like always dreaming be. I mean, I would say final fantasy Limerick them heard feminine leaning in general because it's got pretty music and sparkles of pretty boys in love. Yeah. And women actually doing things and saying things and casually getting kidnapped, but it's fine. Yeah, they usually bust out. I mean, ten to the mechanic was changing outfits. That's how you get your powers. Fucking sweet. Thirteen. Thirteen. Three I think showed up. Yeah, she's cool. Maybe that's why they play these games, your man because because I was thinking to myself, like I want to play contra not final remembers sushi fighter too. When they the cinematic opening, oh, I wouldn't even have quarters. I just watch charge up that how do can to make them whole separate layer. Shit. They were like, we're going double the doubling down on them, be shredded verify. You look at them, they're all Jack given Shenley even only Laura Laura's from another dimension. And how is she related Sean? That's the greatest joke of all. Why? Because John's a little asshole. He's like, he's the Dan of street fighter three. He's kind of Jack though. I think as soon as you start thinking about relationships in any fighting game, you're in for a bad time, just don't do it and keeps me about it. I'm gonna keeps good idea what if peach and Laura Laurette. Damn Lor. Oh, I mean of feminizing. I mean, you can't. You can't. Perfect cheese tons into on me. Cut off is like, oh, outfit were sure she got to cut off me. Don't worry. Her boobs will stay up on her own. Let's this is. This is a this is just do debasement looking at magazines. Oh, Mark. Can you throw it to the Google search page, please? I'm sure this is all work safe. Yeah, holy shit. Yeah, jeeze you gotta get to that one with jury. That's not okay. Damn. So this is the thing like actually really like Laura, Alec her move said, yeah, I'm not sure that I can handle. I don't know. I mean, it looks cool. Kirpal Nita. Her Bonita is alternate outfit is like we're her pants unbuttoned say, right? Yeah, I see your pants unbuttoned and she's wearing a top that just covers her area g string. Oh, my goodness. All out. Yep, it's intense. Wow, that's intense man. You gotta how we need the dishes. Obviously, I can't believe it right now, but then again, like there's there are some ladies to who get get the brow sweats. I, I know that I know that. What was it? Naked snake, did it for a lot of ladies. I dunno where I'm going with this view me saying, well, I think like hyper masculine bitch, hyper feminine. Yeah. Hyper wells skill in the masculine version of of woman which is just huge boobs Johnson Alona like who was who was the the biggest man crush you hadn't video games. It's totally Nathan, Drake. I feel like that'd be Goto SEO as well. Vans Kinsman. drink. Yeah, but they're like like, yeah, charming and like us little kind of like independent. Like I think those two like pro- probably pretty big ones. That's cool. Andrew, Ryan, nuts. Creepy. Not creepy. Just knows what he wants very rich. You notice that she picks. She picked two men whose personalities to determine their characteristics? Well, I don't think. Oh Garrelt. Which again is mostly proposed reasons. Yeah, but he's also super. They actually all super hot boy. I would pick him bus Melania reasons. Yes. But compared to Laura who? What's her favorite color..

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"They had close McPherson says they are not sure what they're gonna do with the building but he can't, guarantee, that it will be Sex shop again a team of east, county firefighters returned home to their families after spending more than two weeks on the front, lines of the. Ferguson fire near Yosemite national park Newsday delicious summers. Has the story of valley center firefighter Ryan nuts reunites with his family after two, weeks of battling the, deadly Ferguson fire near Yosemite his wife Nicole and girls explained how it's. Not only hard for firefighters on the front lines it's equally as hard. For their families back home normally they only see data. Around ten days a month so when he gets dispatched his family feels the. Burn is well one of their biggest challenges is battling the thoughts, in their heads especially after hearing two firefighters were killed. But when dad came home safe and sound he took the. Girls, out on his station for AM seven sixty militias summers Hershon styles with, your micro-climate forecast temperatures running eighty to eighty four degrees along the coastal strip ninety plus degrees in the inland, valleys and as we head towards the weekend I expected, to get even hotter there'll be plenty. Of sunshine so where are your sunscreen for AM seven sixty I'm, meteorologist Shawn styles with your CBS news. Eight micro-climate forecast right now it's sunny and, seventy six in del mar the first NFL preseason game of the years underway, it's the hall of fame game featuring the bears and the ravens in canton Ohio breadwinner bills next AM seven sixty talk and.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was a genetics now if genes were at play women from africa would also be more likely to have premature babies so david on his colleague looked at the baby's of immigrant women from africa it turns out that their babies were more like white babies baker more likely to be full term david's us it clearly wasn't genetics then many years later he discovered something startling the next generation the grandchildren of those african immigrant women were more like africanamerican babies smaller more likely to be premature so there was something about growing a black in the united states in nn bearing a child that was associated with lower birth way he says there is something different about growing up like in america discrimination it's hard to find any aspect of life it's not impacted by racial discrimate addition in this country david another scientists have found that african american women who say they face discrimination are more likely to have preterm deliveries and therefore more likely to lose their babies samantha purist didn't know any of this when she was pregnant back in two thousand nine but she did no discrimination she was seven or eight the first time someone called her n word she was with a mother in murray hill cleveland's italian neighborhood we were just driving through a we work hard natives just going up the hill the memories still makes her blood boil you know doesn't that matter that my mother own her home it doesn't matter that we all know that car as we did it did not matter now with the private school because i did when i was ryan nut murray hill i was the nigger and so with my mother pierce those it wasn't the only time she was made to feel inferior syria for being black it happens even today like having to fight for promotion over white colleague or when she shadowed at stores by the staff even when she's with the white friend so when i say that did you see that clarke she was watching our every move air my white ran i'll be like oh she went on telling you she was and as you watch you could you whitney and all sorts of things they happen every day it's frustrating she says and stressful author james says when someone stressed out all the time.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was it genetics now if genes were at play women from africa would also be more likely to have premature babies so david on his colleague looked at the baby's of immigrant women from africa it turns out that their babies were more like white babies bigger more likely to be full david says it clearly wasn't genetics then many years later he discovered something startling the next generation the grandchildren of those african immigrant women were more like africanamerican babies smaller more likely to be premature so there was something about growing of black in the united states and then bearing a child that was associated with lower birth weight he says there is something different about growing up like in america discrimination it's hard to find any aspect of life it's not impacted by racial russian in this country david another scientists have found that african american women who say they face discrimination are more likely to have preterm deliveries and therefore more likely to lose their babies samantha pierce didn't know any of this when she was pregnant back in two thousand nine but she dig no discrimination she was seven or eight the first time someone called her and word she was with a mother in murray hill cleveland's italian neighborhood we were just driving through a we work hard latest just going up the hill the memories still makes her blood boil you know then that matter that my mother on her haul it doesn't matter that we all night car as we did it did not matter now i the private school that it when i was ryan nut murray hill out of the negga and so with my mother pierre says it wasn't the only time she was made to feel inferior.

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"ryan nuts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ryan nuts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"African american woman were more likely to be poor and that fewer of them had completed their education by the time they were bearing children but that doesn't explain at all he says because of this a college educated woman like samantha pass is more likely to give birth to a premature baby than a white woman who didn't even finish high school that's exactly the kind of case that makes us ask the question what else is there what are we missing he says some people ask it was a genetics now if genes were at play women from africa would also be more likely to have premature babies so david on his colleague looked at the baby's of immigrant women from africa it turns out that their babies were more like white babies bigger more likely to be full tom david says it clearly wasn't genetics then many years later he discovered something startling the next generation the grandchildren of those african immigrant women were more like africanamerican babies smaller more likely to be premature so there was something about growing of black in the united states and then bearing a child that was associated with lower birth way he says there is something different about growing a black in america discrimination it's hard to find any aspect of life it's not impacted by racial discriminate russian in this country david another scientists have found that african american women who say they face discrimination are more likely to have preterm deliveries and therefore more likely to lose their babies samantha pierce didn't know any of this when she was pregnant back in two thousand nine but she did no discrimination she was seven or eight the first time someone called her and word she was with a mother in murray hill cleveland's italian neighborhood we were just driving through a we work hard negus just going up the hill the memories still makes her blood boil you know they're not matter that my mother on her home it doesn't matter that we all my car as we did it did not matter now with a private school because i did when i was ryan nut murray hill i was the nigger and so with my mother pierce it wasn't the only time she was made to feel in fear for being black it happens even today like having to.

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